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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1909)
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MOSELEV IS EDITOR
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Big SHOE Sale
Now Going on
Storo Open UntM 0:00
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CAPITAL HOTEL CAFE
& LUNCH COUNTER
Open from 0 a. in. till 12
p. m. Lincoln's most pop
ular priced enfi s
OUR MOTTO: Clem and Quick Service all the
Time. Coupon Books worth $6 told for $4.25.
Hans Workow, Mgr.
FREY & FREY
All Kinds of Cut Flowers
1338 O St.
tx,Eat at Green 's" Place
The" UNION CAfE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
'Finest watch and Jowolry HopHlrlng
in tho city. Give us a cull.
Boll A704, Aiito U884. - 1211 O St.
f Wo solicit a share of your
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NOT the kind of- "Solid Comfort"
which ysur grandfather knew
merely loose, ill-fitting shoes which
had no redeeming qualities except
breadth but tlw kind cf comfort
which you secure from a pair of
shoes which fit you snugly at every
part of your foot, yet do not bind
you at a single spot; the, comfort
which comes from an Oxford shoe
which hugs the heel, yet docs not
chafe or blister, and the comfort of
mind in realizing that no matter
where you may travek or in what
company you may be" thrown, no
person will bo better or more accu'
shoes are made in all leathers, for
all occasions., and sell for -
$3.50) 4M iwtf'isM
Fjed Schmidt &,
SUB-EDITOR NOT YET CHOSEN
WHEELOCK, 8YFORD AND 8COT
NEY WANT THE PLACE.
Junior Class Constitution Lost In
Freshman Year; To" Be Drafted by
a Committee Appointed at
Ilnll)h Mosoloy of- Lincoln was yes
tcrduy morning oloctcl odltor-In-chlof
of Iho 1910 CornhuBkor by tho Junior
clasH. Ho rocoivod 105 votes on tho
llrst ballot, which count gavo V. H.
Potter of Oinahn 20. Tho election of
a managing editor was postponed until
n later meeting after 'the llrst ballot
taken showod u wldo dlvlslon'of votes
botwoon three candidates. A com
tnittoe was appointed with Georgo M.
Vnllaco as chairman to, re-draft tho
class constitution, which was loBt in
tho first yenr of tho cluss oxistence.
Mosoloy was elected editor of next
year's Nebraska annual under the rule
that tho Junior class shall each year
olect an edltor-in-chlof and n man
aging editor to servo at the head of
tho subsequent year's staff. Under
this provision UoBoloy will take offico
noxt fall and tho 1910 book will bo
compiled under his supervision.
Thoro . was a good attendance of
Juniors in Memorial ha'll when Presi
dent Yates called tho meeting to or
der at 1P.I50. Nopilnatlng speeches
were ruled out,' the president hlmsolf
making the nominations. Thoso were
Ralph Moseley, tho present managing
editor of the 1910 CornhURkcr, and H.
V. Potter. Remarks wore then called
M. A. Mnhood spoke briefly regard
ing the qualifications of Mr. Potter.
Ho cnllod attention to the fact that
that gentleman had made no canvnss
for tho ofllco, his campaign having
been Instituted only on the day pre
vious .to tho election and having been
carried on entirely by friends who
We are ready with the new Spring Clothes
and on MERIT ALONE we are going to
ask for the business.
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WE ARE OFFERING YOU tho opportunity to see, try on mid
be fitted in a icy minutes with clothes that will make
you wonder. You will wonder liow it can be' done. You
will wonder why prejudice has kept you from investigat
ing before. If for only comparison or to see what ad-
vancement has been made
lines you ought to come and see these new Kensington
Suits. Don't buy unless you want to, just come to look.
Our showing for spring is more comprehensive than
heretofore, because we are selling more.
The fine weaves and soft finished Worsted Suits at
$25, $30 and $35 will tempt you.
V"e don't say much about our lower priced 'Suits, not
for lack of merit, for they're full of it. They're' better
for it than you'll find in most stores $15, $18 and $20.
Manhattan Shirts are another one of the good things
we have to show you this season's colors are warranted
Magee & Deemer
Great Sale on Swan Pens at the
Co-op. this week. Yos, wo are satis
fying the dlssatlslled purchasers of
tho "$G.OO kind for $2.50." We are re
lieving pen troubles this week. We
do it by selling $2.50 Swans for $2.50.
Tho Swedish club will
ovoning at 5 p. m. in U. 7.
GREGORY, the Tailor
Has a dtilidy lino of goods for Spring Suits. He also
does the best cleaning and pressing in the city.
14th & O Streets - Auto 3264
Inter-Class Athletic Meet
Informal Dance and Indoor Athletics
Saturday, March 20th Armory
Tickets 25c Dance 25c a Couple
Seata Reserved Without Extra Charge at the Co-Op
desired to boo him in the ofllco. Ho
further emphasized Potter'H ability for
tho duties of tho office and his train
ing on tho Nohraskan.
Earl Campbell spoke In favor of
Moseloy's candidacy In a well-worded
talk. He declared that Mosoley's con
duct of hiB presont ofllce as manag
ing editor had given .him tho experi
ence requisite to the proper carrying
on of the editor's work. He stated
further that it was only Just that tho
editorship bo made a promotion from
tho subordinate position which in fact
required much' more work tjian It
Frank Whoelock, L. C. Syford and
J. A. Scotney wore announced as can
didates for the managing editorship.
No nominating speeches wore made
and tho first ballot resulted in Wheo
lock 44, Scotnoy 30 and Syford 21.
Owing to tho fact that many of the
olasa had left tho meeting after the
first vote was' taken and the lateness
of tho hour tho election was post
poned until a later meeting.
L. J. HERZOC
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 O St.
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2 All Makes of Second-
hand Typewriters sold;
rented, o r exchanged.
Co., 714 P St., Both Phones,
ATHLETIC HOP IS TO
Has Ho Charge.
In response to tho general desire of
university students tho management
of the inter-class athletic meet tomor
row night has , docldod to malto the
danco follpwing tho nieet open to
those attending ,tlip athletic, contests
free of additional charge. The. meet
will begin at 7:30 sharp and the hqp
will - jitart at 40 p. rii'. whether' on.not
the moot is finished by that time.
Want - Ads
Advertisements for the wnt ad
column should be left at the business
office, basement Administration Bids.,
between id a. m. and 12 m., or be
.tween 2 p. m. and 6 p.m. '
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WAHTEB-A RIDER AGENTSS
oicycie mrnislied by us. Oiir agent ever vherc are
til farttciilars and sptcial offer at once.
Until VOU receive Slid annrnvr n( vrmr hlrvrle Wo .Mr.
to anyone, anywhere in tho U. S. wittout a cent deposit In advance, jrefijy freisht, and
allow TKN DAYS' I'lMSK TUIAI. dutlnc which time you may rltfcilic blde and
pmit to any ie youwU"-. " yu are 'e'' not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
Keep the bicycle ship it tuck to u at our expense and you wilt not be out one cent.
FflfiTflDV PRIHPQ Wc tunilsh the highest erade bicycles it is possible to
rHVIUIII iniUM at one small uroflt alinvr artml fnelnrv mt Vnn ,.
tn Alt middlemen's nrntlu h
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anicc ucninu your uicjcic
You save io
al-ttnvrtce until vou receive
iricts and remarkxbit. special offers to rider mrenta.
VflM Wll HF A (iTniiKHPfl wl,e.n yu receive our beautiful cata nzue and
IUB HILL UC AdlURIdNCU Mudy our superb-models at the wonderfully
low prices we can make you this year. Wc sell the highest crrade bicycles for less money,
than any other factory. We are satisfied with Si.oo nrnfit nhnvr inrmrv r,
niCYClxK IJKAIjIiltH, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
ur Drlces. Orders filled the day received.
HKCONU 1IANI BIUl'Cl.KS. We do not remilarlv hantUn xecnnH I.,? 1,lrM.. ht
usually have a number on bind taken In trade by our Chicago, retail stores. These wc clear out
Uarcam lists mailed free.
and iicdals, parts, repairs and
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., promptly, at prices ranging from S3 to 88 or SIO. Descriptive
AAiiCYED BDBtrce alnclo .whools. Imported roller chains :
UUAalCK-DKKKCO, equipment of al( kinds vxJuttfthe ustutLrftaU$r
M HEDGETH0RN PUNCTURE-PROOF $J M
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SELF'HEALING TIRES rovr7fl(or,or
Casi) rrjust, accompany all orders fdr
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
insertion for every fifteen -words or
traction thereof for tho first Inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five
insertions 40 cents. .
FQR j.SAL-E : new high-grade bi
cycle at 25 per cent discount. Inquire
at Nobraskan office. , . 91-tf
Our trial offer, enableB you tq get!
$5.00 worth of magazines for '$1.00.
. L08T AND FOUND. ,
77te rtrular retail irice cf these tires is
S3 JO tier iair. but to tntroauce we will
NO MQlETROiDLE FROM PICTRE5
NAILS, Tacks or Olass will not lot tho
air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year.
Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use.
DESDMPrtONi Made in alt sizes. It Is lively
and casyridinjr.verydurttbteandllnedlnslde with
a sneclal mialitv of rubber, which never become
Dorousand which closes up small punctures without allow
ing the air tocscapc. We haveliundrcds of letters from satis
ficdcustoinersotatln(r that thelrtireshaveonlybeen,' pumped
meeor twice iu a whole season, i uey weieu no more tin
trdinarv tire, the puncture reslstinKqualltlcs bcliifrcivi
nn onlinarv tire, the nttneture resistinnqual
hv nrvpRil lavcM of thin, sneclallv nrcoarcd fabric on the
tread. Tlte regular prlceof these tirea is .50 per; pair, but for
Kotloo tho thick rubber tread
A" and puncture strips ''It?
Und "li," also.rlrn strip (II,'
co prevent rim uuiciug. iius
tiro will outlast any otlipr
raalte-SOFT, KLASX10 ttud
the rider of only .8o per pair. All orders shipped same day tetter is received. We ship C O.I). oa
approval.' kou 00 noi ray u cciiLuuiu j u iiuvc ciuramcu ono iouim mem smciiy as represented.
,u uucuiuib vt 3 iicr vcuiiiucicuy luaKinir me nnce e.o
i, ana cncii
will allow a east
:uv mnkinir flic nrire fl4.fi
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sena irutiii vasu uhu uuucm uuu cnciosc tins aaverttsement
i oracr a-pair. 01 nicac iiicj, yuu win una mat iney win nucicasiernrun taster,
astlonjrerand'loolc finer than'any tire you have ever used or seen nt any prlceVAVe'
:le vou will mve us vour order.
watch, -with fob.-ofllce.
open' face silv
Leave at NebrasUan
per nalr) if vou
We vlllrnl5o send nnr
nickel nlated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned at OUIt-ernense If f or jinv, reason thov nre
not satisfactory on examination.' We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a'
panic; 11 yoi
vitotr tnat vou win dcso .wen pieasea mat wncn vou wanta.uicvc
Wet want vou to send ua a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.'.
mmm MMMTtTn TTIOITO don't huy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of
Mr WW nCCV IMnKi9 Iledgethorn Vnncture-Vroof, tires on approval and trial at
the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes and kinds aftlres at about half the usual prices, 5
Jmg mifT iUAMT butwriteusapostaltoday..U(NOTTHXNkoiC BDYiNGabicde
lI fllf. WWMIm or a pair of, tires from anyone until you know the new aud wotidcrful
"ollcra we arc making. It only costs a postal to learn every thing; Write it NOW., r"
J. L MEM CYCLE C0HPAHY, CHICAGO, ILL
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