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fcvjry Loyal University Student
It uraed to patronize these Ne
braskan advertisers, and to men
tion tne paper wnuo uum v
T Contral Notional.
First Trust and Savings.
Fftrmors & Merchants.
, BATH HOUSE
fc Chris', Blevonth and P Sts.
fc.BOOK STORES '
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Colo & McKohna.
Magoo & Doomor.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon.
CCorf Clothing Co. -
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Llnooln' Candy Kitchen. .
J. It. Davis.
DRY GOODS' v .. x
, -, Mlllor & Palno.
$ Chapln Bros.
' . C. H. Froy.
"" , -aj Cor Clothlug Co.
Magoo & Doomor.
$ Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon.
Fred Schmidt & Bros.
$ Nobraska Grocory & Meat
$ Unland. J
f Corf Clothing Co, '
. Cameron's. ...
Franklin Ico Cream Co.
S' Q. F. Thornberg.
Georgo Bros. x
iK Young & Van Tyno.
B. J. Walt-
Cerf Clothing Co.
' T ' Bookman Bros.
Cincinnati Shoo Store.
Rogors & Perkins.
The Skirt Stroo.
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College Tallora. '
.Scotch Woolen Mills.
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m Lincoln Typewriter Ex-
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RF.VFRSIRI F. Two for
100 per ctnt Exlr Ww 25c.
Made with "Easy fie
Slide space and "Pat
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One oi 100.
Do Your Washing
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BEUAN 0. FOX, GMhtor
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Ami. Owblr
All Mokes of Second'
AanJ Typewriters sold,
rented, o r exchanged.
Underwood v Typewriter
-Co.; 714 P Sir, Botll PhOBIS,
Finost wntcli and Jowolry Ropniring
In tho city. Qlvo us n call.
Boll A704, Anto 8ai. - 12110 St.
Wo solicit h share of your
.Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
12 30 O St.
AH makes rontod with atnnd
$3 Per Month.
Bargains in Rebuilt Mucblncs.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1155-Boll 1181. 123 No. UUx
DANCE PROGRAMS-BANQUET MENUS
Want - Ads
Adwtteenieata' for the want ad
column should bo left at the business
ofllco, basehient Administration Bldg.,
between It) 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 fifteon words or
fraction thereof for the first Inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five
Insertions 40 cents.
FOR SALE A good dress suit; size
36. Cheap. Auto 3470. . 105-90-tf
FOR SALE A now high-grade bl
cyclo at 25 per cent discount. Inquire
at Nobraskan office. 01-tf
LOST AND FOUND.
Lostd-In armory, a key ring, con
taining one largo and lx' sm'all keys.
Leavo at Nobraskan office. C. Dt.
Klhsnian. 4 113-96-3t
LOST A. A. Waterman self-filling
pon: metal clip. Reward for return
to Nobraskan offlco. 114-96-3t
LOST Lady's ring; 3 sets 1 gar
net, 2 v small diamonds', Return to
Nobraskan ofllco. 117-97-31
317 dO. I2TH STRfeET j!
LOST Waterman fountain pen, bo
tween 13th and Q and campus, or on
campus, Return, to Nobraskan oflice.
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J. C. KNOpE' SPEAKS ON ASPECTS
GREAT MISSION FOR STUDENTS
Discusses the Development of 8oclety
and the Changed Attitude Aa-
sumed Toward the Uni
versity. Tho convocation yoBterdoy morn
ing was or unlouo IntoreBt, as it was
tho first of tho Horlcs of student con
vocations, tho nddrcBB being glvon by
a niombor of tho Htudent body. Mr.
Knodo, who nddi'csflod tho mooting.
1b a post grndunto student. The sub
ject of his address wna, "Some na
poets of Dovolopmont." Mr. Knodo in
"Tho .nuestlon nrleing beforo ovory
ono of us is: 'What dooa life mean
to mo7' Bach of us mny answer this
differently. Wo all have a certain
amount of knowledge ovon though it
may not bo well organized. Thcro are
at tlincs, thoughts and feelings which
enter our minds' and fill ub with a
doslro nnd yearning that we hopo
"Tho conceiition of tho brain of mnn
Ib nlmoBt infinite. At somo timo or
other we oxporlence a very great va
riety of these conceptions. It is true,
that many or these are far from Ideal,
and it Is host that many or thorn
nvc never realized. In spite or all
theso conceptions which arise they do
not, by any means, nnswor all tho
questions arising before ub. It is nee
OBsary thorofore to look toward the
Upbuilding of such faculties ns wo
do not now have entire control or.' Tho
student in tho university is here Tor
this purpose. He is building u super
structure upon tho foundation Ite 1ms
already acquired. There are some
peoplo who seem willing to remain as
they alwnyH wore, but this cannot bo
tho thought or tho renl student. Thoro
nro mnny who hnvo accustomed them
selves to look nt a thing in only ono
way, in only ono light nnd resist
Btrongly any innovation or chanco
which will cause them to give up their
GREGORY, the Tailor
Has ji dandy lino of goods for Spring Suits. He also
docs tho best cleaning and pressing in the city.
14th &0 Streets - Auto 3264
previous . understanding of tho case.
The clasB of people who constitute
this group nre largely outside the
university for, In a general way, the
student body very truly represents
the othor and bettor view, and not
only avalllngly change but anticipate
"We nrd living In an ago on genliiB
along the lino ofiyentlpn. and diB
covory rather than a literary ago.
There" Is one groat, mission for the
university students at tho present
time nnd that 1b that they must sot
tho cxumple and show to the world
the way to launch out and got away
from the old ways and customs.
"Man has always showed tho abil
ity to devolop and to adapt himsolf
to any environment, ir wo wore to
traco this dovolopmont wo would find
that everything else has developed
along about tho same time. Man has
forced natural forces to obey him nnd
to Borvo him. This condition Is" tho
fruit of his Intellectual development
and power. Yet it Is only a com
paratively short time that man began
to really be mastorof tho forces about
him. Not long ago man's knowlodgo
was very limited. Sinco then all sub
jects havo undergone many changes,
mid oven yet wo are only making a
beginning and there Is ovory reaBon
to bollevp thnt our progress will con
tinue, 'A Changed Attitude."
''Man, In a prlmltlvo state, pro
served himself wltti a club. Later
two men would rorm a life compact,
'and now society thas become1 a Very
complox organization, fevon a duel is
not now considered n wlnn nlternntivo
for the settlement ,o'f' personal differ-,
ences. Occnslonlly.. .personal strife
may break out but society no longer
permits tho use of force. I am ono
who hopes our nttltude, honor and re
spect will continue in and toward tho
university so that there Will be
greater respect and more honor at
tached to It as time progresses. The
signs nro hopeful and the time will
ocmo when our school life will bo
more Simple, more humble and more
effective than It has been In the
A riot nearly resulted yesterday at
tho opening or tho big manufacturer's
fountain pon snlo at Uni. Book Store.
All pons ono-half price today. $8,00
values at $3.95, $6.00 pens at $2,50,
$3.00 penB at $1.50, $2.00 sizes ror 90c.
BARBER AT CLA88ICAL MEETING
Nebraska Professor Returns From In
teresting Session at New Orloans.
Proreasor Barbor of ttho Latin de
partment glveB an interesting account
of tho classical association convention
which ho attended last weok at Now
Including tho colleges and second
ary schools of twonty-olght states, tho
association has a membership of 674.
The meotlngs nro hold annunlly. Tho
principal address this year was given
by Dean West of Princeton.
Due to tho dlstanco from tho conter
of membership tho convention was
not well attended, only 100 mombors
bolng present. Notwithstanding this,
great IntoreBt was shown. The con
vention or next year pr,omlsos to bo
of great Import as It will bo held at'
Chicago, in tho center or tho college
Professor Barber was elected vice
president of tho association and also
a member or tho executive committee.
It happened that the classical asso
ciation hold its meetings at the samo
time as the Mardl Gras was being
carried on. This was especially In
teresting to the delegates to the con
vention, as theso festivities were
given a decidedly Roman flavor.
Dont' fail to buy ono or those cele
brated $1.50 English pon pencils ror
,90c at the Uni. Book Store. Writes
beautifully with any colored Ink, and
guaranteed not to leak. S"ale closed
PROFE8SOR8 LECTURE TO CLUB
History, Literature, Art and Econom
ics Are Discussed.
Several university proroSBors havo
been giving lectures ror tho last Tew
months, before tho lecture circle or
woman's 'club composed or about 40
members. Tho club meets at different
houses to discuss literary problems
and has a lecture every two weeks.
Tho course of study is "Franco in
the 19th and 20th Centuries," and has
been trentod In four divisions; name
ly, history, literature, art and eco
nomics. Professor Fling has charge
of thq history course, professor Sher-,
man that of llteraturo, Miss Hayden
the art and Professor Rossignol la
now in charge of the oconomtcs.
8TUDENT8 ,WILL TAKE A TRIP
To 8tudy Forestry Methods In the
Sand Hi Regions. ',
A number of students in tho fores
try department are planning to visit
tho government nurseries at Halsey,
Thomas county, In tho near future.
Tho object of tho trip will bo to
study nursery methods nrtd field
planting In tho sand hill regions, and
to soe' at first hand the results of
tho government experiments along
tho, llpo of forestry in tho - semi-mid
regions of western Nebraska,
Betwoon Jen and fifteon men will
make tho trip, andNthoy hopo to h,o
able to plan their journey so that
tl'iey may remain "for two wooks.
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Open Day and Night
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Wolcotoea nil Students. '
B B ninCC sd Silver tetter
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ANNOUNCE SUBJECTS FOR WEEK
The Y. W. C. A. has announced the1
subjects for the noon, meetings dur
ing the 'coming week as follows:
Wednesday Praise service Spocjulr
music. 4 r
Thursday Jollification timet' col
lego songs, Inauguration of thomew
officers; ' ' i '
Friday;-"Conditions' in Porttf Rico,"
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