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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1909)
THB DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Get your Punches,
Sherbets , and Ice
given to Student
Spoons and Glassr
es furnished free.
Ice Cream Co.
Seventh and L Streets
Bell 428 PHONES Auto 1228
COMPLIMENTS, NEBRASKA Or4 IT
BUNCH OF MANLY MEN.
TELLS THE STORY Of HIS UfE
FORGED CHECK OF $100,090 AND
DISOWNED BY FATHER.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
Only 5 days more
ThlngB Went From Bad to Worse Till
He Was Forced to Sleep
Park Benches and 8tand
In Bread Line.
gone from bad to worse Drinking,
carousing 'with' ail' aorta of fast com
pany, until at last ho fprgod a check
on his father for $iOd',000. "The worst
of It Is, follows," "ho said, "when f you
go down ybu don't go alone. You
'drag others with ybu. I dragged my
wife, brothors, tho entire family, In
my disgrace My father disowned mo,
I was reduced to tho last oxtromlty
and appealed for a Job at $5 a week
at Trenton, N. J., and couldn't oven
got work ns a day laboror."
Ho thon wont on to toll how his
friends nil dOBortcd him, how ho was
kicked out of his frat brother's offlco,
how ho alopt on the benches in tho
parks and stood In tho bread lino, and
at Inst how ho wandered into tho
Water Street Mission and had his foot
placod upon firm ground.
1 THREE REQUIREMENTS f ft0R I
CAPITAL HOTEL CAFE
& LUNCH COUNTER
lit h and P Sts.
Open from 6 a. m. till 12
p. m. Lincoln's most pop
ular priced oafo.
OUR MOTTO: Clean ind Quick Sirvlca ill the
Time. Coupon Books worth $5 sold lor $4.25.
Hans Workow, Mgr.
Mr. B. C. Morcor, gavo his socond
address to univorslty mon at tho Tom
pie thoatro last night. Dean Ward of
tho university school of modiclno pro-'
Bided, and after a solo by Miss Upton
tho Bpoakor was Introduced by tho
dean,, who styled Mr. Morcor as "a
man who speaks with a full storo
of experience! a collogo man who
comes with a message of llfo to col
Mr. Morcor then spoko of tho ox
porlenco ho had had at Nebraska dur
ing his brlof stay and complimented
Nebraska as having as flno a set of
manly follows as ho had over mot.
He thon told a story of an English
man, Irishman, Scotchman and aja
Amorican, who woro discussing tho
tnoritB of various natoinalitlos. "Pat,"
said the Amorican, "If you woro not
an Irishman, what would you Uko to
bo?" "Ashuro;" sold Pat, .'An' If. ol
was not an IrijUman I'd bo ashamed
or mosett.',r "Mon,'' Bald Morcor, "if
I was-somo of you fellows I'd want
to bo ashamed of myself. I am not
glad of what I havo to toll tonight,
but I tell it to help sbmo other follow.
I want to holp you to succeed whore
Hard' to Rise.
"Only one out of Ave hundred who
got down in the gutter whoro I was
over gets up. Tho collogo man Is
UBiinlly tho laBt of those to got up,
becauso, besides hiB vices, ho has
skoptlclBm and prldo to keep him
from turning to whore real holp lies."
In speaking of tho consequences of
tho .various sins to which tho univer
sity man 1b heir ho said: "It is easy
SEGREGATION AT MINNESOTA
Northern Institution Will Follow Ex
ample of Other Schools.
Segregation of tho boxob Is an
nounced by Formor Govornor John
Li ml of tho board of regents as tho
ultimate result of tho now policy that
tho UnivorBity of Minnesota will In
augurate in connections with tho
"greater campus" plan. A bill pond
ing in tho leglBlaturo providos for an
appropriation of $300,000 to purchase
n tract of Bomo 50 acres, to bo added
to tho present campus. Tho present
campus will thon bo given over entire
ly to tho academic collogo, and as
tho women in that collogo are increas
ing In numbors, 'while tho mon nro
decreasing, tho regents are said to bo
looking forward -to a tlmo not far .dlBi
tant when tho acadomic dopartmont
will bo practically a woman's qollego,
while tho profo8Blonar schools, with
male students, will be situated on tho
By moans of an elaborate system of
drainage dltchos built under the. su
perintendence of Coach "Jimmlo"
Sheldon, Indiana will havo a dry
athletic Hold In the futuro.
A bill providing for an advalorlm
tax of 3 cents on ovory $100 of value
of tho taxablo property of tho state
for tho support of tho Univorslty of
California passed tho California logls
laturo Tuesday. Tho bill, as amended,
provides that ono-fourth of tho money
shnll bo dovoted to tho permanent
buildings on tho campuB. Tho Income
of tho university 1b' almost doubled
by tho act.
Eat at Greens Place
The UNION CAFE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
Finest watch and Jowolry Repairing
in tho city. Give us n call.
Bell A7D4, Auto 884. - 12110 St.
Wo solicit a sharo of your
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A Music House
Where you can always find that
. sheet of muBio in Btoolc.
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1120 O St - The Music Man
to pu.ll the nail, but you can't extract
tho holo. My father was a wealthy
lawyer," ho continued. "And I was
brought up In a flno homo with a flno
mother. Boys In collogo never app:
clato their mothers, but their mothers
always think thoy are all right. And
many, many college mon aro loading a
doulle llfo, one at collogo and an
other at home. "
"I was brought up In a skeptical
atmosphere. At moalB I would' hoar
my father tear tho Blblo to nieces.
I wont, .to college," tho Uniy.orslty of
Virginia, took law, rolled up my trous
ers, a Turkish cigarette between my
teeth ana a cap on ono corner or, my
head, ll thought myself an advanced
thinker. I was a jackass, vhy did
I cut tho Bible and road all t&o" litera
ture on tho opposing sldo? Because
I wanted to get something to JuBtlfy
the wrong things which I was doing
back there in the University . of Vir
Here 1x6 took In spmo of What ho
considered to bo tho man oyjls at Ne
braska. Ho spoke earnestly to tho men
of tho various forms of (vlco practiced
by students drawing lnrgoly from his
own experience to drlyo homo his dis
cussion. "Those hOjblts," ho said, "aro
tho hardest things to break In the
world. You follows who think you can
break ono any Uino, Justify.' You .Will,
find yourself up against tho hardest
Job of your' whole llfo' "" '
Resuming the 'story ob his own llfo
at this pqlAt, Jxo itojd ah,gw jfce ;had
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WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
camtile Latest Model "lUMiror" btevcle furnished br ili. Our nn-rnt
making money fatt. Writijor full particular and facial offer at once.
NO MUNIS Y KEQUUtUU until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Wehip
keep Uic bicycle sihp u kick to us at our expense awycu wilt not tr out on ct
ClOTflDV DDIPF Wc umil the lilgheit (trade bicycles it Is possible
rflUIUHl I miUbtf at one small profit above actual factory cost. Vou
to anyone, anywhere In the U. S. without a ctnt deposit n advance, trtiay freight, and
nut It to anv test vo
keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense wycu will not b out on cent.
allow TKN 1AVS' lfKKKTICIAL dutine which time you may ride the bicycle and
ii you are iner. not penectiy satuuea or ao not wun to
save f io
to f JJ middlemen's profits' by buyingr-direct of us and have the manufacturer's truar
r uicycic. iru r
rV,and rtmarka&U tfcial offcrt to rlUor agents.
anlee behind your bicycle.
ICfeT ItfflV a hlcvcle rtra rutrnf tirfs fmm anvana
at any prict until you receive our' caUBbEues and, learn our unheard olfactory
FOR SALE A now high-grade hi
cycle at 213 per cent discount Inquire
at Nobraskan office. 91-tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST- Small open face silver watch
with fob. Please leave at Registrar's
LOST A bunch of keys. Return to
Nobraskan ofllco or to Jack Best.,.,
LOST A Waterman Ideal fountain
pen, .Return to Nobraskan ofllco.
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VAH tltll I ICTnilKlirB wncn yu receive our beautiful catalofrue and
JIV,P:F'IM .W,t tudy. our superb models at the wonderfully
Itnajrictt we can make you this year. We sell the highest (trade bicycles for less money
than anv 'other factory.' AVe are satisfied with ti.oo nrnfit above (actnrv miL
nmYCLJS rKAL,li:itH. vou can sell bur' bicvCleunder'Vour'own nlm6nlate at
our prices. ' wruers nuea uioxiay received.
Students I A guaranteed salary and
commission to'young men and women
Jwho will work for us this -summer.
Call at 1228 Q. "Auto 3822.
KICONl,lIANI BICVOLK8. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
ally have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago, relaihstores.. These wc. clear out
nmmn at nriri-a ranrinir irom Bit, io. bis or blit. jjeserintive mnrain nti maiirt frm. "
nns'TCS) rc' Blnle whpols,' Itpportod roller chains and-pedals, parts, repairs and
UUASTpl-flliltSf equmept ol all kinds, at ha(f th usual rtiail friers. '
50 HEDGETHORN PUUCTUHE-PR00F J,
CCI CUCII IHG TIDCe SAMPLE PAIR
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lite retrular retail trice of ihae fires is
xf.v tier ttair. out io miroaucs we wui
NO HOlETIOilLE FIOM MHCT.RES
NAILS. Taoks or Glaaa Trill not let the
nil nut. Rlrtv thmisnnd nairs sold last vcar.
Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use.
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nnrniianmi wmcii closes ud small n
111 jr the ulr to escape. .We have hundreds of .letters from satis-
rons and which closes up small punctures without allow-
iuir the air to escape, we nave nuuareas 01. tetters 1 roin satu
iinnnrrnrtnrirf.itin.whoIekeaBon.Thev weigh no more thai
an ordinary tire, themmcture reslstlnglui41ltles being given'
by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the
advertising purposes weart niakinga special factory price to
Notloe the thick rubber stroad
VA" mid uuueturo .strips "U"
l. nlln rim af flu II"
M.vw .......-!- v.- a
av6peclal quality of 'rubber; which never becomes
to'prevont rim cutting.. Th!9
tire will outlast any othor
jfaako-SOFT, KLABTXG and
ica special tactorv price to -" " " '"-""
the rider of only $4.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received, Ve ship C O. P. oq
WANTED Four mon to work for a
couple of hours Friday morning. In
quire of Joe Dorklnderen, at Y. M. O.
A. rooms immediately.
Students who can work between
,730 and 0:30 Friday mdrnlngshould
see Joe'Derklnderen at thoT. M. O.'A.
rooms, immediately, ;,
approval, you qo uot pay n cent unui you nuvo cxumincu ana louna tnemsinciiyasreprcseiucu.
. We will aUqw:a cash, dlsoount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price SH.On per,pair)4f yott"
send FULIi OAStl WITH OUD1SU nud enclose this advertisement We vflll also send one
nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to bcreUirned at OUU expense if for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. Wc are perfectly reliable mid money sent to us is na safe no in a
"honk. If vou order a pair of these tires, you. will find that, they will ride' easier, .run,, fasteri
d for a pnlr of
provat and trial w
wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price- We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
We want you to sena us a tnai oraer at once, nence mis retnancaoie
you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
marten T'lDCO don't buy any kind at any price' until you sen
Vl flCCl ffffSSO Hedcethorn Puncture-Proof .tires on aoorovs
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pecial tntroauctory pnce.quoica aoove; or write tor our oig i ire ana nunury uitaiogue wuicn
rlbes and quotes an manes ana Kinas 01 tires at aoout nait 1
ne usual prices. "
-j at UJIT put,wnteusa,posiai toaay. uwnui ininiv u; uuxinu a uicycie
IWtf- WwMS or'a'palr of tires from'anyone until you knowthe new and wonderful
mv Bewmm-wnt& rtlett2y' '.: L
J. L MEM CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL.
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