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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Evary Loyal University Student
li urged to patronize these Ne
braska advertisers, and to men
tlon the paper while doing so.
to Central National.
FlrBt Trust and Savings. to
to FarmorB & Morchants. to
Chris', Elovonth arid P Sts. to
to Colo & McKonna.
to Magoo & Doomer. .
to Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
'to Spotor & Simon.
to Corf Clothing Co.
to . Gregory.
to CONFECTIONERY '
to . Lincoln Candy Kltchon.
to DANCING ACADEMIE8
to l Lincoln.
to J. It. Davis.
to DRY G00D8
to MUlor & Paine. lfc ?:
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to niggs. (
to' Chnpln Bros.
to 0. H. Froy.
to Corf Clothing Co.
to . Fulk.
Mageo & Doomer.
to ' Mayor Bros.
to Palaco Clothing Co.
to Spoior & Simon.
to Frod Schmidt & Bros.
to . Nobras.Ua Qrocory & Moat
. to HATTER8
'to " Fulk.
Cerf Clothing Co.
to ICE CREAM
to Franklin Ico Cream Co.
to Tucker. "
to; - Folsom.
to G. F. Thornberg.
to Georgo Bros.
to Young & Van Tyuo.
to E. J. Walt.
' 'to i- Boston Lunch.
to - Cameron's.
,to' Cert Clothing Co.
"to Bcckman Bros.
to Branthwalte. . , - ,
f , Cincinnati Shoo Store.
', , to Sandersons.
rto " Rogers & Perkins.
to . Potty.
to SKIRTS- r
to Tho Skirt Stroo.
to Elliott Bros.
to Herzog. ' t .
Scotch Woolen Mills.
'to Gregory. V vv'
' ' THEATERS
- to Lyric.
' ' 'to Majestic.
to . Oliver.
f - to TYPEWRITERS
' " Lincoln' Typewriter I
tt - to change. -
' Underwood Typewriter C
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We Say "
$8.50 to $18
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Fit. $1 to $1.50.
All New Shades.
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TIME -AND- MONEY
1220 O Street
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The UNION CAfE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come In and get (bat $15.00 Suit
lo your order
1230 O SU
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AU Makes or second
hand Typewriters sold,
rented, o r exchanged.
Co., 714 P St, Both Proms.
Finest watch and Jowolry Ropairing
In the city. Give us u call.
Boll A794, Auto 11884. - 1211 O St.
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THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
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Bo rv inrp nnd Silver Lottor
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1132 O Strcot
AU makfcT routed with 'stand
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HargsInB In IfobnlU Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
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Do Your Washing
Courteous Treatment Always and you
Are Not Urged to Have Some
thing You do,Not Wish
The Pioneer Barber Shop
W So. th St. Auto 437 Shaying 10c
fRATS MAKE A KICK
OBJECT TO BEING CLASSED
THINK PHONE RENTS TOO HIGH
Wisconsin Rate For Charitable Organ
Izations Much Higher Than the
Regular Rate, HenceStu-
dents Bring 8ult.
Whothor a collbgo fraternity can bo
properly classed in tho rate schedule
of a tolophono company ns a "chari
table Institution" Is tho question raised
by n formal complaint filed recently
with the railroad commission of Wis
consin by Phi Alpha Delta law f'raler-'
Under tho classification of tho Wis
consin Telephone company, according
to tho allegations of tho complaint,
fraternities are Improperly classified
and made to pay an excessive rato
under tho following rule: '"Charitable
Institutions; to include churches, pub
lic libraries, o lodge meet
ing rooms," etc. Tho complaint
charges that this classification is dis
criminatory whon npplled to fraterni
ties, in that it assesses them at tho
high rate charged for "lodgo meeting
rooms," whereas other boarding and
rooming .houses In the city pay only
the resident rato, which is somewhat
lower. The complaint strongly denies
that a fratornity Is olthor a charitable
organization or, a lodgo meeting room.
Tho complaint comes as a result of
tho rearrangement of charges made
necessary by an order of the railroad
commission that after September 1,
1908, all tolophono service given free
or at less than schedulo rates should
be discontinued. Up to that tlmo most
of tho fraternities had received free or
reduced rate service, and it was in
tho classification of tho fratornity to'
comply with the order that the alleged
injustice bus arisen.
Tho complaint is signed by twenty
six members of the fraternity and is
entitled Conrad P. Olson et nl, vs.
The Wisconsin Telephone company.
The caso will bo conducted on the part
of the complainants, in all probability,
by members oTTlur chapter, and on
GREGORY, the Tailor
M"' '" f I - ! - -I.I. . . I . I .lMM..ll II.
Has a dandy lino of goods for Spring Suits.,, Ho also
does tho best cleaning and pressiug in the city.
14th & O Streets Auto 3264
the nnrt of the company by Miller,
Mack & Falrchlld of Milwaukee.
KOMENSKY CLUB PUBLICATION
( f'iclal drgan of Society Just
trlbuted t'i Subscribers
The organised KomenfeKy clubs
have Just Issued tho first number of
their official organ. Eight hundred
copies of the magazine woro pub
llBhed and these were sent out
through tho university postofllce.
'KonienBky" has been chosen as the
namo of tho publication that being
the name of tho famous Bohemian
pedagogue In whoso honor tho soci
eties aro named. The -now Journal
Is. devoted to the development and
organization of tho Bohemian people
of the country. ,
Miss Sara Hrbek, Instructor In Bo
hemian In tho University of Nebras
ka, Is editor-ln-chlef of tho magazine
and Otto Kotouc, 490?, Is bus.lnesa
manager, Delegates from the other
allied clubs also help In the publica
tion, but tlio Komen8ky Club of the
Nebraska state university Is at pres
ent doing the greater gharo or the
work. Other University clubs prom
inent In tho organization are those at
Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota.
Conventions bl tlio organized clubs
are held annually. Two of these have
already been hold, one at Cedar Rap
ids, la., and the second at Omaha.
A largo shipment of pharmaceutical
supplies was received "Wednesday by
tho college of puarniacy,
r? WARD NM 'ET,N0
Association of American Medical Col
leges, Meets at NeW York.
Dean Ward .left for New York City
yesterday, where -ho will represent
tho University of Nebraska 'at th'i
nineteenth annual meeting of tho As
sociation of American Medical Col
leges. This is an assocltion of col
leges, not of individuals, and tho ques
tions which nro considered at tho
meetings of tho association a'ro not
those connected witli tho science or
practice of medicine, but rather plans
and methods of medical education.
Dean Ward was president of tho as
sociation last year, and this year Is
a member of the Judicial council and
chairman of the committee on medical
This assocltion is of interest to edu
cators because of Its object, which
is to maintain a high standard of
medical education, and becauBo of the
methods that It adopts to secure .that
end. No medical school that does
not maintain a high standard of in
struction Is admitted to this assri
elation, and thoso which nro mem
bers nro dropped from membership
when they do not Hvo up to these re
quirements. In this way the best
schools are separated from the poor
er, a uniform standard is fixed, and
those not admitted i:nd added reasons
for raising their standard of instruc
tion. RECEIVES FAVORABLE NOTICE
New Book by Dean Costlgan Is Spoken
In tho Marclrnumber of the Illinois
Law Review, of which Dr. Roscoe
Pound is editor-in-chief, appears a re
view of tho now book by Dean Georgo
P. Costlgan of tho law college, on
American Mining Laws. Dr. Pound
is now acting dean of tho Northwest
ern law school, and is considered one
of Nebraska's most noted alumni, hav
ing graduated from hero In 1888.
Dr. Pound speaks of the new book
"The subject is one calling pecu
liarly for Intelligent study of the ceases
and that mastery of tho facts of con
crete situations and scientific esti
mate of the relation of those facts to
the generalities announced by the
court, In which tho sound, common
law lawyer is at his best. Professor
Costlgan, whoso scholarly papers upon
legal subjects In recent years have
led us to expect much of him, has
proved the very man for this work.
In his hands, a horn-book has been
made wliat It Bhould bo not merely a
summary of tho decisions in the form
of a commentary upon bold-face gener
alizations therefrom, but as well as
introduction to the principles, of tho
"Tho book may bo recommended to
the student hb a thoroughly scientific
presentation of a subject of some dif
ficulty, and to the practitioner as an
accurate presentation of the doctrines
of tho courts, Illuminated by criticisms
and suggestions which cannot but be
fruitful (ln "discussions 'of the close
and doubtful questions that arise con
tinually In mining litigation."'
BAND WILL GIVE A CONCERT
First of Series This Aftern&on In the
Tlio first of a series of concerts to
be given by the university cjidet band
at the Friday afternoon convocation
In the , Temple" will bo given this
afternoo'n. This Is an innovation at
tho university and It Is belteved that
It will prove' very popular.
Tho program which will be given,
Is as follows:
"La Sorella" Borel-Clare.
Ovoture, "La Part du Diable'Au
"Trot do Cavalorlo' -HubojiBteln.
"Polish Dauce" Schawenka.
".The Rosary" -ISfftvln.
"Intermezzo" Qantler. .
"Introduction," Third Act Lohen
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office, basement Administration Bldg.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or h
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Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for.the first inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents; five
Insertions 40 centB.
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cycle at 25 per cent discount.. Inqulro
at Nebraskan office. 91-tf .
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