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braekan ailvertlser,an4 to nien
tlen the paper while doing so.
W fPlrat TriiBt and ' Savings.
Chris', Eloventh and P Sts.
' CIGARS" '. .';
'k Colo & McKonna. .
K Magoo & Doomcr.
,Palaco Clothing Cq.
$ Spoior & Simon.
Lincoln Candy K Itch on,
J. R. Davis.
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Mlllor & Pnlno.
C. H. Froy.
Magoo & Doomor.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon.
. Capital Grocery Co.
Collins Ico Cream Co.
,K Beckman Bros.
Cincinnati Shoo' .Store.
Rogers & Perkins,
Tho Skirt Stroo.
Jcotch Woolen Mills.
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samples wero shown, 'hut the opinion
soomod to 1)0 that, there should be
Homo furthor alteration ,nnd ' sovornl
suggestion wore mado to this end,
Tho committee will mcot a llttlo Intor
for flnnl notion, when tho romoilolod
pins nrrlvo. " v fji '
Dr. II. M. McClanahnn of Omaha
will deliver tho bocond lecture lh U19
series to ho given 'fey hb Collogo of
Medicine On February 19, Dr. Me
Clnnnhan will Bponk on "Tho Eco
nomic Importance of the Child to tho
State." Owing Jo such oxccbbIVc In?
fnnt mortality, JDr". McClanahun will
OBpcclally consider the causcB of this
and tho mnnncr in which to check this
evor Increasing mortality record.
Tho programs for tho nobn meeting
of the Y. W. C A. for tho rost of tho
week nro as followB: Monday, "The
Power of n Purposo," Amanda Clom
ont; Tuesday, praise; testimony sor
vlco. Eva Arnold; WednoBday, "Tho
Purposo Of on Education from n
Sonlor's Point of View," Laura Wal
lace; Thuradny, "Somethings," Miss
SnndB; Friday, "Tho Power of the
CrosB In Slam and Laos," Margaret
Students registered In flold geology
G will meet In U. 7 for tho first time
Saturday morning nt 9 o'clock. If the
wenthor permits topographic work
will be Inaugurated at onco. Methods
UBed on the U. S. geological survey are
taught In this class. StudentB are to
"become fomlllnr with instruments
used on the survey and each prepare
a topographic map of a township-. Fol
lowing tho topographic work work
will bo done In hydrology and strnte
graphy. Dr. E. J. C. Sward or Oakland, Neb.,
secretary of thr. Nebraska Board of
Hoalth, delivered a lecture to the stu
dents In tho College of Medicine
Thuradny morning upon the subject,
"Relation of Medicni Men to the State
Board." Among other tilings. In
called attention to the fact that Ne
braska now tied tho state of Michigan
In tho extent ol medlcul reciprocity
with oilier states. Dr. Sword attrib
uted this high standard of our Hcliool
lo the efficient (caching force of Ne
braska. Tho freshman committee for intor-
Has a dandy lino of goods
does tho bost cloaning
14th & O Streets - -
class debate iield a meeting yesterday.
It was decided to take a page In tho
Cornhuskor for the members of the
team, accompanied by a short sketch
of each Individual. As a reward a
watch foji will be given each member
or tho team. The date for the try-out
was not dofinltely fixed, but probably
will bo Monday, February 22d. It Is
urged that every freshman intorestoil
In debating should see some member
of tho committee. The committee Is
composed of W. 13. Aten, P. u. Roon,
apd C. L- Clark.
Want - Ads
AdvnrtlBemonts for the want ad
column should be left at the business
office, basement Administration Bldg
'between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must 'accompany all orders for
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for .the first Inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents; five
insertions 40 cents.
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 tper cent discount. See
Nebraskan manager. ' 03dh-t
FOR SALE Ono dress ult, nearly
new; size 34 Auto 2159. Boll 318.
LOST A Kenfol & Essef ulide rule
In leather case on R between 12th and
25th sts. Finder .pleasp return to No
braBkan office. R. L.' Cochran' ' "
I GREGORY, the Tailor 1
NEBRASKA NOT LAST
MUCH UNIVERSITY EXTENSION
WORK BEING DONE.
SPEAKS TO COMMERCIAL CLUB
Dr. Condra Delivers Address on the
Conservation of Natural Resourc
es Other Prominent
Much has been said in rccont maga
zines and publications about tho now
movement which Is bolng taken up
by various . colleges and universities
along tho lino of university extension
work. Chlcngo university has been us
ing this method of reaching tho men
who cannot go to school for years. In
Wisconsin the movement started with
extension work along agricultural
lines. Then it waB oxtonded bo as to
include the various departments until
npw there 1b hardly any courso which
is not carried in a modified form to tho
people of tho state. The call for thlB
extension work Is made for those who
cannot even hope to go to college,
yet to whom the state fools that the
benefits of its large educational insti
tutions ought to go.
Work at Nebraska.
At Nebraska the work is fast round-
,nE lnt0 practical shape and, it is b
lleved, will bo divided into four depart
ments; namely, correspondence, study,
instruction by lectures debnting and
public discussion, and genernl informa
tion and welfare The fees will be
mado as low ns possible, probably
$7.50 per subject per semester, and for
the teachers' college $5.00 per half bo
mestor or $8 for a double subject. Uni
versity credit is given for the works
subject to the regulations governing
advance credit in the univcruty itself,
but one-half of tho unit bonis require 'I
for graduation may lie taken in corre
spondence study. Individual piof.jsy
ors have taken up the work, goin'; out
and speaking to gatherings of various
Condra Speaks to Club.
Along this lino of university exton
Blon work the Lincoln commercial club
for Spring Suits. He also
and pressing in the city.
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has undertaken to secure some man
of wide knowledge to speak at Its
meetings held on the Saturday of each
weok. As Mr. Sellick put It, "Wo
attempt to have .some man uddreBs'us
who has a message to bring." At the
first of these meetings on January 23,
Governor Shallenberger spoke on "Ne
braska Among the States." On tho fol
lowing Saturday Dr. E. Condra of this
unlvorslty gave an address on "The
Conservation or our Natural Re
sources.'' While tho program for the
coming weeks has not been fully ar
ranged, it is intended to continue this
program with few exceptions through
out the year.
FRATS FORM BOWLING LEAGUE
Greek Letter Men at Northwestern
Will Roll the Ball in Earnest.
Instead of tho usual lnter-frotornlty
basket-ball contests, tho Greeks at
Northwestern will strlvo for honors.
Beginning February 1, the bow'llng
tournament will extend until May 5.
Nine fraternities will bowl for tho
championship. .A silver lovlilg cup
will be given to tho winning team and
a suitable trophy to tho highest In
dividual bowler. v
Tho teams aro to consist of flvo
men. Two contests will bo held each
Monday and Wednesday evenings at
Dally Nebraskan want ,ads are tho.
bost advertisement for lost and found
articles, articles for sale, etc.' Give
thorn a trial.
In vlow of the general Interest In the. life of Abraham Lincoln, and
coming Centcninl of his birth we havo prepared a special list of
Lincoln Books which will be
nf lilatsAttr nt ttrnll on flirt Anciiinl
to fascinate, interest and Instruct in tho' following Bplefrdldcdllectlon:-
Abraham Lincoln A History by Nlcolay and Hay, set 10 vols. ..'$20 TOO
The Life of Abraham Lincoln by Ida Tarbel 2 volumes $5.00
Life and Works of Abraham Lincoln Centenary Edition
9 volumes Morocco $10.00
A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln :by John G. Nlcolay.... $2.40
Tho Boy's LIfo of Abraham Lincoln By Helen Nlcolay $1 .25
Abraham Lincoln by Morse 2 volumes. ....$2.20
The Boy Lincoln by W. O. Stoddard ' $1 .20
Lincoln in the Telegraph Office by Bates $2.00
Lincoln at Gettysburg by Clark E. Carr $1 .00
From Pioneer Home to White House Life of Lincoln by
Thayer f .50c
Abraham Lincoln A Character Sketch by Sheppard 35c
Lincoln Year Book Extracts from Speeches and Letters $1.00
Abraham Lincoln An Essay by Carl Schurz 85c
Abraham Lincoln An Essay by Carl Schurz in tho Riv
erside Series with Gettysburg Addresses, Etc. Cloth 40c
Tho Boyhood of Lincoln by Elenor Atkinson 50c
Ho Know Lincoln by Ida Tarbell 50c
Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln Cloth 50c
Abe Lincoln's Yarns and Stories 60c
Words of WiBdom from Abraham Lincoln Leather Brochure 50c
A Perfect Tribute by Mary R. S. Andrews 50c
See Lincoln Centcninl Window North Front
Wc have all these BooKs in stock now
February 5, 1909
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Walt's Orchestra Tickets $3.00
Y. M. C. A.
SATURDAY, 6 P. M.
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