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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1908)
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If your clothes are ragged
and frayed, see
Spicial to Students
1337 O STREET
We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
in the city. Come in and
Linctln Candy Kitchen
TRK"andO So. west Corner
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
THE BEST t)F
HENRY CLARKE, Prop
at the olectlon. The board that puts
this reform through will leave a bright
name for Itself In the history of Ne
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Idea which would probably be followed
But Cleveland did not live up to the
expectations of the money barons, who
defeated him In 1888 by shifting the!r
forces to Harrison. HarrlBon was an
American to the core and soon brought
himseir Into disfavor with the special
Interests. News agencies controlled
by these Interests at once spread re
ports discrediting the acts of the presi
dent. These were accepted as the
truth by many readers who did not
know their origin.
Similarly, there is a vast amount or
buncombe in the criticism of Presi
dent Roosevelt. While the president
may do things of which we do not ap
provo, yet it is ridiculous to call him
insane. The men who apply epithets
are those whose speplal interests he
has not favored. The same thing is
true of Mr. Bryan.
For the evils of today, we need an
honeBt application of government, the
withdrawal of the special interest, the
destruction of buncombe, and the
abolishment of special privileges all
this wltn the view of keeping the pow
er In. the hands or the people. This
reform will be accomplished not with
turmoil and bloodshed, but by an hon
ost application or the constitution.
It does not pay to be deceived, to be
carried away by buncombe or raise
reasoning. The man who makes n
calm, persistent search Tor truth wil!
meet it hair way. Honest thinkers
will help the kneeling subjects or
despair. AriU in all this which lyads
to lire, love and truth, we reel the
hand or God.
The date of the Dramatic Club plays,
"The Holly Tree Inn" and "Gringoire,"
which was announced as March 21, has
been changed to March 28. These
ploys wil be given in the Temple and
the public Is cordially Invited.
Members or the senior class desiring
pictures without cap and gown are en
tled to the Cornhusker rate. Town
send. Decoy Burnett returned Trom a fly
ing trip to his home at McCook. The
rolks are all well, he says.
"Townsend Panel" a style and ef
fect in portraiture that speaks for
Today the Famous display of Easter
millinery. Your inspection solicited.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe-114 So. Eleventh street.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Clements' photos are, tfee best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and 0 under Famous.
Hayden, photographer, special rateB
to students. 1127 0 street.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12..
Dalrymple's dainty delicacies.
C. H. Frey, florist, 133 O St
Eat at Elam$.
WEDNESDAY, Mat. and Night, March 8
Honry Miller prfsonts
in the Original American College Play
This attraction is the
only College play carrying the
Endorsement of Every Big
University in America.
Seats Now Selling.
The Harvard Medical School
nB and research In the various brandies of medicine probably tmetroated
In this country. Of the five buildings, four aro devoted entirely t? fan
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals f afford abundant on
portunltles for clinical instruction In medicine and surgery? arUumlnnt P
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four years' course, open to bachelors of arts, literature nhllosonhv
or science ami to persons of equivalent standing, leads to the .degree M
IX The studies of the fourth year are wholly elective; they Include laboA-
bmnchcH?0018, eenenU med,clne' scnal "rzry and the special SlXal
tL1C J?0?1 sch?0!, year extends from October 1. 1908, to Juno 2 1909
The diploma of University of Nebraska is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boston, Mass.
Gregory's Semi -Anthracite
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AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK BLD6. 132 N, I Id STREET
Frats and Sororities When in Needof Coal
.call" and see the
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We will treat you right.
Phones, Bell 234 , Auto 3228
Office U 06 O Street.
If youjiave nojt paid your subscription, please
let the matter have you early attention. $1.00
for second semester. Oce open daily 2 to 5,
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