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is urged to patronize theie Ne
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First Trust and Savings. to
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Colo & McKonna.
Magoo & Doomer.
Palace Clothing Co.
Corf Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltohon.
J. R. Davis.
Miller & Palno.
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Magee & Doemor.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon.
Fred Schmidt & Bros.
to Nobraska Grocery & Mdat
-- Fulk; ' -
Corr Clothing Co.
to Franklin Ico Croam Co.
G. F. Thornborg.
to Georgo Bros.
Young & Van Tyno.
to 8HEET MU8IC
to E. J. Walt.
to Boston Lunch.
Cerf Clothing Co.
Cincinnati Shoo Store,
Rogers & Perkins.
The Skirt Stroo.
Scotch Woolen Mills,
to Lincoln Typewriter
to - change,
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Come in audet that $15.00 Suit
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Co., 714 P St, Both Phones.
Finest watch nnd Jowolry Ropuiring
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LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
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A Music House!
Where you can always find that
shoot of music in stock. ,
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To Editor 'of Dally NebraBkan:
I beg the ubo of yoilr columns to
present- a matter in which many J'tn
iors nre interested. It Is a matter
which should ho given prominence
and I bellevo that tho means which
I am taking will offectivoly do this.
Heretofore it has boon tho mlo ihat
an awakening of clnss spirit conic to
a class during tho last pnrt of its
senior year. At this late hour tho
students begin to realize what a good
time they could have had by gottlng
together. Tho varloim dances hnve
brought cortaln crowds together In tlio
froshman, sophomore and Junior
years, and thoso who attended had u
good time among themselves. But
thp real fun always came to tho Jen
iors. ThlB was truo because every
body loosened up. nnd did things In
a social way, in which every member
could talco a -part.
Wo, tho present junior class, are
anticipating tho good times that arc in
storo for ub next year. But why wait
till next year? Why not get together
now? Lot's go out in tho country
when tho weather Is safe, and some
time during this interval of uncertain
ty let's have a got-together meeting.
Hnvo an informal reception some eve
ning, followed by a fake bnnquot at
f)0 cents a plnte things to cat, of
course, but limited In quantity and
maybe In quality. And then end the
evening with toasts to our school and
to our class. It seems to me wo
could have a Jolly time this way, "i.h
money In our pockets tho next morn
Tho matter will be takon up at iho
next mooting of the Junior class, and
every Junior who believes thnf w
should not wait until wo nre seniors
beforo breaking looso, ought to bo
pnjBont nt that meeting.
To Editor of Dnily NebraBkan:
To reply to a plea Hko that for the
"mngnanlmoiiB act" appearing In Sat
urday's Nebrnskan Is no easy task.
About tho one who was tho object of
that encomium nothing is to bo said,
nnd further, no. objection Is here to
be presented to tho action there sug
gested, should tho one mentioned care.
f AS II I ON ABLE
under the clrcuniBtnncea, to accept
tho tendered position; but these 1b
ono thing to be said about the "re
formers." Rerormors, to bo sure, are always
imagined as a .set of creatures with
tho balance of their rationality Just
a bit' disturbed by tho fury of their
zoal, and consequently, they are not
exactly responsible for what they do.
Thoy may bo "slncoro," Borne of them,
but having reeled through tho per
iod during which thoy are most thor
oughly intoxicated with the view of
that ldenl Btato they are about to es
tablish, thoy gradually regain tho nor
mal outlook and begin to boo their
Now, if these are promises to bo sot
up regarding tho "reformers" of' last
spring, tho wrltor of tho present ar
ticle has failed to see the roported
signs of returning normality. Those
who took tho initiative at that time
did so, because thoy thought thoy aaw
sufliclent reasons, and thoy hnvo not
changed their minds "about them.
They did not go nbout taking various
"8topB",ln a spirit entailing a "parade
of tin horns for the sake of "stirring"
up things, nor have they regretted
any ono of those steps, so far as the
writer can ascertain. Henco it Js not
quite rightthat an Impression should
bo given out thot tlo reformers have
reformed, becomo repentant and re
morseful, and so willing to see the old
regime 'brought back., Tho nowystom
may not bo perfect, but it at least has
Within It tho possibility of develop
ment. " J. C. KNODE.
Young's Hafs S3
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FORE8T CLUB HOP A 8UCCE8S
First Event of the Kind Conducted
by Forestry Men.
One of the most successful dances
of tho season was hold last Saturday
plght In the Temple by the Forest
Club. Its great success was another
evidence of tho enterprise and loyalty
of ;ho forestry students. About
thirty-live couples attended and all en
joyed themselves to the fullest extent.
This was the first time the Forest
club has had a hop, but it will assured
ly not bo the last.
Tho committee who had the dance
In charge were H. S. Stephenson,
chairman; A. T. Upson, master of
coromonlcB, and H. H. Greennmyer.
NEBRASKA GRADS AT COLUMBIA
Cornhuskers Have Good Representa
tion in New York School.
Tho University of Nebraska is well
represented at tho largo eastern uni
versities. Among the number favored
by a good number of cornhusker grad
uates is Columbia university, New
York City. Nino Nebraska graduates
and ono former studo'nt are registered
for work In that Institution.
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YOUNG & VAN TINE
134 NORTH 13TII
Programs, Menus, In
Following Is a list of thoso enrolled
anil their respective classes
Dale Drain, A. B. 1907, lnw 1909.
Albert M. Loyy, A. B. 1907. lnw 1910.
Charles F. McLaughlin, A. B. 1908,
M. A. Mills, A. B. 1908, law 1910.
Lloyd S. Denslow, A. B. 1908, law
Warren by Catlin, A. B. 1903, po
litical economy, sociology, admlnistra
Albert A. Heimrod, B. S. 1906, met
allurgy, geology, chemistry.
Mason Wheeler, LL. B. 1908, A. B.
Harry L. Holllngworth, A. B. 1905,
.John Latonser, ox-1910, architecture,
Miss Howell of tho department of
olocutioVjeft Thursday for Norfolk,
Neb., where" she entertained the Nor
folk Woman's Club with ji nnmhnr
of selections from "Tho Man and thtf
-Mouse Miss Howoll spent Friday
at Madison, Npb., whore1 she appeared
beforo tho Madison high school.
MJbb Mathews, a' graduate student
in sociology, Is to give at Otto, Iowa,
March 10th, boforo the. City Improve
ment Loaguo of that placo, a lecture.
The subject of her address wH be,
"The Problems of tho Small City and
How to Solve Them." She will discuss
tho Importance of Juvenile courts
and other institutions of reform in
tho small towns. .
Tho Pnlladian and Unipn literary
societies held a' Joint debate last night
for the ilrst time in fhree years. Tho
qu,ostlort heforo tho debaters was:
"Resolved, That tho United StateB
should adopt a parcels post." The
Palladian speakers were R. S, Relnsch
and E. W. Hills, and the Unions were
represented bjr A. M. Hare and L. R.
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