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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1908)
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EVERY HfUT AT 8:15
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- WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2
EDWIN KEOUQH A CO.
. - "A BIT OF BLARNEY."
" NOVELTY DANCING FOUR .
JOHNNY J. HUGHES.
- HARRY KRATON aV CO.
"A DAY IN HOOPVILLE."
MR. LEO FILLIER
The Russian Violinist
RICE AND ELMER
' The Chinamen and Rube
A COMEDY1 TRIPLE BAR ACT
FERN AND MACK '
Eccentric Comedians -
- CLEONE PEARLE FELL' ,
'- Comedienne and Dancer
S By'Speclal Wire
v Tuesday night
MAT TUE8, THUR8. & FRI. 2:15
1329 "0" Street.
1330 M0" Street
LATE8T AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation. of every University
' of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
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0. H. Frey, Horlet 1133 6 St
So that window. ,304 N. lltb St.
Bid KvanB 09,- Is at.HasUsga for Ike
purpose of voting,
Eat at Jobs Wright's, 114 Sotk
Robort CaroUVent'to Fremont last
evening to cast his voto.
Beokman Bros'. Flw shoes. , 117
Sophomore Informal dance commit
tee meets today- at il o'clock In U,
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St ..
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Meeting ot men, desiring to enter
nrejs club Jn U M7('atll.o.'clock,tei
Chapln Bros, Uorlsts,'l27 So, Thir
, P. E. Itodlfcr, law '09, will voto rft
!xgan, la. -no left for tnat place Sat
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist 302
Ross -flatcs," '09 will vote at Spring
field this year. He left, Monday for
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Qoorgo 'FJtzslmmonB, law '09, went
to Tccqmsoh Monday to serve as Judge
of the election.
Green's barber shops, The Club
house and Cole-McKenna, 1132 0.
, E. E. Richards, law '10 loft 'Satur-'
day for Oregon, Mo.r to voto in the
general election. "j
John Purcell, '08, is, al homo at
North Bond. Ho will voto before re
turning to Lincoln.
y J, A. Baldorson has returned from a
hunting trip near Grafton, Neb. He
We can show you an up-to-date line of Manhattan
and Earl and Wilton Shirts. t All kinds of pleated and
stiff bosoms.$lfgO te,$3.S0t;, ...
reports that he bagged, all the ducks
the law allowed.
Loroy D. Swindle, Ph. D '08, has
just published his' minor thesis on
"Embryology of Mysurus Minimus."
Pr6fess6rSwlngle Is now Instructor in.
zoology at Wealeyan.
I. J, Langer, law hi, went to Wil
bur Saturday to .spend Sunday and
Monday. E.,11. Shary, law '11, ao
confpanled ,hlm. The two will vote
before returning. v J
Opening Hop of Omaha High School
to be held at Rome ball room at Oma
ha, Saturday ' evening, November 7,
1908, at 8 'clock, .Night ot Aaes-
NeBrasXa game, Admmiofc HekeU
may be secured (rom RandH'Cw(Us.
Admission $1.00. ' ' 4t42-i
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" Martea 0. Bhalleaherger, an'oM Ne
braska .Bsaa, wbo reeeatly passed the
maminatlea ,forr lieutenant la tha'rwe
wlar army; v was la Llaooia .Saturday.
Me left last sight for Alma te oast kit
Vote. He will later go to Fort Riley,
Kansas', and then to Fort Croek,' Ne-.
hraska, where he has been ordered to
import for duty with the' Sixteenth" in
Heine Waller and Arthur Jeaee re
turned from Swatkmere, Pa.,.. Friday,
'where 'they atteededrtbe aaaaal eoa
veatioaof the Delta Upelloa frdUra
lty. During their visit they made a
trip to New York' City to visit tLe
UnUreralty of Nebraska eeatlnjeat at
Columbia, Among those whom,' they
saw were Masoa Wheeler, 'M,'"Mik"
Deaslew, Dale . Drain, "Calok"Mo
Laughlln, Ted Mills, Louia Jdyeral Al
bert Levyaad Joba Lateaser. Wheeler
is practicing laMa New Tork Cttjr,
Myerij la studying, eaaiaeerlag, and tha
i rvBMMMivr w. m uh aw aepanmsnt
LINCOLN, Nov. 2.-t Editor of Dally
Nebraska L am greatly Interested la
the Nehraskaa's appeal for subscribers
and hope the student body will come
to the rescue of the official patfer ot
the unlrerslty. At the same time I
believe the present management, as
carried out by the editorial staff, Is
responsible to ihe lack of Interest In
the paper. In the flrnt place there are,
besides a large, student body, a still
larger1 alumni body who 'do not' sub
scribe (or the Nebraskan and there
UJuBt reason for the same?. It would
appear to me 'that some member of the
atatfsh'ould devote, at least, r part of
his time to gathering alumni news
and;thps interest those who' baVe left
the institution, but have not forgotten
Now, as. a 'subscriber, 1 feef that I
am entitled to jegUteran objection
to the paper having any political bias,
I believe that the .news column, as'
iwellas the editorial column, should be
independent, and while I am uuormed
that the present editorial staff Is com
posed entirely of men e(. the same
pollUca belief, there Is no' valid rea
son, wiry the news eolumni should re
flect 'their Individual feeling. This
I have" discovered la true, and now, as
the present political campaign" ja about
ended and I cannot be accused of try
lng to prejudice anyone against the
paper, I desire ,to point out where the
paper has-reeeted'the Individual re
porter's feeling, Which is 'unwarranted
by the nature of the news. The fact
that the 'editorial page has remained
neutral haa'no weight when thenews
columns are filled with colored re
port. When- Mr. Arthur Mullen, organiser"
of the "Bryan Volunteers" spoke to
the Bryan apd Kern club, the flre
column and half of the first page of
the Nebraskan was glyen Co exploiting
his vlewB. ' This was all vrlghtj Mr.
Mullen had a message to deliver to
Btudents and it was proper that it be
given, as the audience that heard
him was so few, that It was practically
wasted at the meeting;
When, however, Mr. E. P. Brown, '92
ot the University of Nebraska," and T.
F. A. 'Williams, '92 also, both alumni
of the university who have brought
honor to the lastltutloa, spoke before
the Taft and Sbernian club they were
not able" to draw more than twenty
or thirty owing to the Y, M. O. A.
stag party At the armory, When a
member 9! the Nebraskan .staff waa
asked to report this meetlng-.after one
or 'two Iseuea of the paper had ap
peared, he demanded that the party
who asked the same furnish a copy
and It was necessary to clip the report
ot the Journal and give it to .him, be
foes It appeared, and thea.in,th lower
end 'of the second, page of the Ne
braskan. Cs - ' s ,
This Is one instance. 1 desire to .call
ther atieatioa of thereaders of tbe
Nebraskan,, aa well a the editorial
mmiu, mi uie yuouuuu , at inn re
j marks of Jige'r (?) Ii ,0. Burr de
livered: before a ao-oalled "Bryan" Re
pMblloaa ' dab laai -Friday, evMhHT.
That" the reporter waa' boT only par
Usan, but actuated by an Wtort' to
cover up a bad reeofd, Sa aeeeatuated
by ttbeJ mie 'givea the apeakar that
evenlag.1 For Murely..the reporter must
kaow that the only" waablaaee of
,'!Jude"' that, this speakw eeuM pos
sibly obtain was that obUlaed by aa
order of the rapresaa'oewt of Ne
braska ad-iudala him guilty of' im
proper eoadttcT-aad diaharlaf; him from
jppaetlpe before that eoart That the
situdeat body oaa derive wUdom from
a- polluted soarae 'la respeetf ally 're
ferred,. ad the apaee of'tho Nehraih
kaa give over to aaek a diatribe oaly
adds to the Hitegit'of lta readers'. 1 1
eoatead that, aoweea of, aawa abould
he ooBaMared. aa well aa the news.
: New, I make Xk orlUeiMM la, a
Moaily afirtt aad for.tha heat iaUrW
of ta paper. I woald raarat sreaibr
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H!?'y . '
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THe reaulaUdn Tan Drill; Shoti; in;
Mitjer' .Bros. Superior - guality,
pricedat 3.50 aricft4'. ". ' ' '.-
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Head to Foot Clothiers
to see the -paper reduced la sljse or Its
Influence Impaired. But I think that
the editorial board can improve these
conditions and that It will redound to
the benefit ot the paper.
"K B. QILLB8FIK. '90f
Will ,bury THfe class of ift.
Washlniton Freshmen te Perform
4 RltssWlih Pomp and Ctremeny,
The sophomore class .is dead, Be
say the freshmen. To show proper
consideration for the deceased, whleh,
it js stated, died a violent deatb, fua
eral services will be conducted by the
wearers ot the green at some time dur
ing the 10 o'clock float hour.
At a meeting yesterday the fresh'
men made arrangemeata for the burial
Of the dearly petoved class of '11,
Ample funds 'have been expended" aad
generous arrangemeata -have beea
made for a decant funeral. Chief
mourners, pallbearers and eholr have
been selected for the service, It la
the'lateatiea of the olaaa of '13 to to
coaduet the affair that there- will be
WdlatHrbanee'of the peaeb Ample
preparations have been made for .the
safekeeping of the body as It has been
rumored that there' are oertaln baada
of roaming; ruffians who would? W
oaly too wlllla o laterefere with the
.Mlnneeeta First-Year- Men Mttst Obey
rtffjvV ! UppvHBMwflvfle
The MlanesoU afaeretaaaasea la
toad te. keep 'the Jrsshms 'at' that
school la thatr prerfsr ptosis. Thar
haye reeeatly promulgated abeleUeyr-
lag rtuee: 1 k - .
'Freshmoaare warned not 'to vlosato
the fellowlihff raM:
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2. No, high aefceel smblima s4aU
beVoni eashe. eaeaMe. 1
J. He1 frsahmsa may. wH, ea-tbe
stepa( surreys Stag the FtttahUry statas.
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from jsther, eiaases to aay aeetal faa-
tkm'oa taa campM. , ;
A.wrme warnWwiU be gtyaii
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