The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 27, 1908, Image 4

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He who laughs last buys
his CLOTHES of
LUDWIG
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SAM'S CAFE
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
THE BEST OF
EVERYTHING
IN SEASON
HENRY CLARKE, Prop
EX-CHANCELLOR.
(Continued from pago one.)
Careful Inquiry la mndo uh to the
toaclior'8 teaching power, his ability
to Interest and win and control his
pupilB, his sympathy wMh them and
IiIb peiBonal hold on thom. Pupils
who are candidates for scholarships
remain in school a, year or two longer
than others and rarely enter upon
their colloge work till they are nine
teen years of age. Although much
stress 1b laid upon the mother tongue
In England, Franco has a long lead
In that teaching today. Because of the
romoteness of both French and Eng
IihIi history and. their connection with
general history, it has a pronilnont
place In their curriculum. The at
tempt to Instill patriotism 'n the chil
dren through the teaching of civics is
much leBB In England than In France.
Through the organization of classics
associations the interest in Groek and
Latin Is being maintained. The pur
poso of an examination in both coun
tries is conceded to be to test the' ac
quisition of knowledge nnd the abMlty
to ubo knowledge."
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BRIGHTON
Flat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece; pure silk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Strcot Philadelphia
SGilrrt of I'tonrtr Suiptrultrl
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PLEASE PAY UP!
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UNIVERSITY
TAILORS and
HATTERS
1337 O STREET
Klrschner'a Body Found.
While working on a surveying party
with the Burlington near Casper,
Wyoming, last June, C. F. Klr'schner
of Liberty, Nebr., and M. A. Deffer i
were drowned In the Platte river. J
They had gone out on the river In a
boat to havo their pictures taken,
when the boat tipped over in the swift
current and they were unable to got
out. Doffer's body was found about
a week afterward, but Klrschner's
body was not found until last Sunday. (
Tho funeral of Mr. Klrschner will be
held In Blue Springs today. i
Mr. Deffer was a third year median-'
leal onglneor student and Mr. K'.rsch-'
ner waB a third year civil engineer.
Both Intended to be back In school this
year.
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If you have not paid your subscription, please
fet the matter have your early atteritloH. $1.00
fnt :pnnr1 cmpcht Offiri nWn naitxr 7 trt, fv. $ S
room 7 Administration building. : : ; : :
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Frats and Sororities ,
When in Need of COAL call arid iee the
WHITEBREAST CQ.
Ye vill treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
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HAVE
THE EVANS
Do Your Washing
Pan-Hellenic Election.
The delegates of the pan-hellenlc ,
dance met yesterday and elected the j
following officers- "M. A Mills, Jr , I
chairman, and Ed. Coufal tuul '('hick" i
McLaughlin masters of cerennnies. '
No definite date was set for the dauco j
but it Is understood that It will bo
hold the Friday night al'te he annual !
competitive drill as Is the usual iis-
torn. The officers, are said to ou mem-,
bers of Theta Nu Epsllon.-
THE FIRST
TIHST t SIVINBS BANK
President Schurman of Cornoll Uni
versity thinks that all studentB should-
have a definite aim In view from the i
Lbjjgljinlng of their Junior year. Ha
suggests with reference to specializa
tion during the undergraduate course,
that there should be laid before, the
student, for-him to choose from, two
year courses planned by educational
exports and leading up to medicine.
law, journalism, and tho othor profes
sions. -
RESULTS TELL!
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Wo claim to bo tho boat CLEANERS and DYERS In Lfncoln, an'd'aro
kero to prove It Our methods aro tho VERY LATEST and -fur ftofk-l
men tho beat that money can aocuru. ,
W clean tho finest dresses and robes without danger of fadlnfc or
shrinking In any way. We also, dean gontlemon's clothing of all kinds.
uooas called ior and delivered. Ah goods thoroughly sterilized. Wo do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI8T. ' '
J. C WOOD & CO,
Phono Ball 147 1320 N 8TREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
PAID AT 8H PBB OfBNT
FlMtJItltoMUkRk, Rooms, Tonth an 0
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L,. J. HERZOG
TIE iMWaSffY MAKS' TAIIOK
Tho Inapt workdoo and prlooa right.
OiaU omr bow Btoro,
1230 O St.
Llnoolrt
Clements' photos are tho beat.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Lawlor Cycle do.
New Baseball Goods.
Athletic. Goods
Sk'aes "
And Skate" Sharpening
1324 O STREET
Coat and vest of a ?75 dress suit at
a "snap."- Room 3..1339 O St.
Gregory's Semi-
Anthracite
Foil
$750 wgftfoM.jmE.
GREGORY THE COAL MIAN
I AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK BLD6. 132 N. Illh STREET
Go to Mrs.
for chiropody.
J. .0. Bell, hairdresser,
UNION COLLEGE
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020? P
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Fir First Gilts Tallirliig
Camefon'B lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beclcman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 0. st
I Till flRQ Ma,n Ci,,,f
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AT LOW PRICES
AUTO 48-C0LLEGE VIEW
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Now Is the Time! Subscribe!
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C. H. Frey, florist, ii3l O St.
Eat at Elam3.
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