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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1909)
TftE DAILY KEBRASKAN
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For Young IVIen Who Are Pupils
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either in the universities or the great school of busi
ness life,, there ds no,, apparel so desirable from every
viewpoint as the student styles in suits we areM showl
ing this Spring. ? ::::::::
Ilk Best dressed young men in all the Eastern college
towns and fashion centers are wearing the same
models we have 'to show you. : : : : :
J In elegance of appearatice, in the subtle touches
which lend refinement and proclaim good t?aste, they
surpass any gartnents obtainable. The cloth is the
handsomest ever shown in men's clothes in this
country. : : : : : : : : :
Cfl The suits are hand-tailored for us by Messrs A. B.
Kirschbaum Co., of Philadelphia, in the largest and
best equippecTclothing establishment in the world
fl Prices are lower than other merchants are obliged
to ask for ordinary clothing. : : : : :
J We sell suits at $10, $15 and $20, no higher.
Some Lincoln stores charge $25 for the same suits we
sell for $15. Make us prove it. : : : : :
The Palace, 1419 O
Eat at Green's Place
The UNION CAFE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
Finest watch and Jowolry Ilopalring
in tho city. Qlvo us a call.
Boll A704, Auto U884. - 1311 O St.
Wo solicit a sharo of your
GREGORY, the Tailor
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Has a'Saiidy line of gopcls for Spring Siiitfy Ho also
does the best cleaning and pressing in the city.
14th & 0 Streets - - - - Auto 3264
WORKIZER WANTS IT
FREY & FREY
All Kinds of Cut Flowers
1338 O St.
s ' Auto 1324
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THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
t !t Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order, .
1230 O St; . N Lincoln
Want - Ads
AdYrtlsementi for the want ad
column 'should; be left at 'the business
office, basement Administration Bids;.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 6 p. m. '
Cash must accompany ail orders for
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
insertion tor every .fifteen words or
fraction thereof for the first Inser
tion; three Insertions 25 ceats; fire
Insertions 40 cents. '
TELL8 WHY HE FAVORS CAMPING
OUTSIDE OF LINCOLN.
NEED PRACTICE IN SHOOTING
MARKSMEN WANTED FOR P08
BIBLE VOLUNTEER SERVICE.
Acting of Students in Circulating (Petition-for
Change In Order of Re-;
gents Does Not Have Disap
proval of Commandant.
FOR HALE A hew hitrh-erade hi-
volfi at "2E nor cent discount. Inaulrd
at'-Nobraskan office. fl-tf
Because of tho need of competent
marksmen in this country, Captain
J.. G. Worklzor, comman,dnnt of the
university cadet battalion, is offering
no objection to tho circulation of a
petition among tho cadets seeking to
have the annual camp held outsido of
Lincoln. , Captain Worklzor bolloves
that tho best interests of his depart
ment require thai the camp be held
where a suitable rifle vange can be
secured and for this reason he is
porfectly willing.,, that tho board of
regents should rescind its action In
favor of holding the camp near Lin
coin, Forty years' ago, says tho command-
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ant, fully half of tho men of tho
country knew how to hnndle a gun
and were more or less practised'
marksmen. Now. there are probably
95 por cont of tho men forty years
of ago who know nothing whatever
about a gun. , Thus it is essential
that tho government train its citizens
in marksmnnship, so that in case of
a call for volunteers it need" not have
to teach men how to shoot. t
No Place Near City.
Thoro Is no suitable place for a
rifle range near Lincoln and for this
reason Captain Worklzor would not
bo sorry to seo tho camp moved else
where. The regents recently deter
mined that tho camp bo held near the
city and that the cadetti attend clusses
from 10 to 3 each day,
, Tills order or the regents Is now the
object of a petition which has been
signed' by all tho 'officers 6f the bat
talion and which will Bhortly bo circu
lated aipong tho privates. The peti
tion recites tho advantages of a camp
outsdo of Lincoln and asks the re
gents to' reverse their , action. It will
be presented to that board at the
EJ. P. Schramm, a fellow in the ge
ology department, left ldst night to
begin his season's work on tho United
States geological survey. He will Join
a party led by A, L. Beekloy, a former
university studont, and wl)l work with
them in Investigation on the Stand
ing Rock Indian reservation, South
Dakota, Mr. Schramm will not return
td Lincoln before noxt fall.
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Treasure Island and Kidnapped,
Adam Bode, Eliot.
East Lynno, Wood.
Essays of Ella, Lamb.
A Tale of T,wo Cities, Dickons.
Poems, 1830-18C5, Tennyson.
Westward Ho, Klngsley.
Sesame and Lilies. Unto the Last,
etc., Ruskin. .,
Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne.
Cios'ltor nnd the Hearth, Chas.
Tho Christmas Books, Dickons.
Tom Brown's School Days, Hughes.
King . Solompn's Mines, Haggard.
, Fairy Tales, Selected, Grlmn.
John Halifax, gentleman, Muloch.
Essays and Other Writings, Bacon.
Mill on tho Floss, Eliot.
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table,
Kenjlworth Scott, .
Jane Eyije, Brouto.
Robinson Cruso, DoFoo.
Old Curiosity Shop, Dickons.
Essays and Other Writings, Emer
son. Crauford, Gaskell. .
Poems, selected, Longfellow. ,
Last Days" of Pompeii, Lytton.
Henry Esmond) Thackory
Pride and Projudlce,Austln.
Tho Tower of London,. Ainsworth.
Th.qBlbp In .Spain, JNIqrrow.
Last of tho MohlcanB, Cooper.
Tho Opium Eater, etc., Dr. Quincy.
Barnaby Rudgo, Dickens.
Last of tho Barons, Lytton. ,
Fairy Tnlos, selected, Anderson.
Vicar of Wakefield and Poems, ,
Doerslayer, Tho, Cooper.
Sense nnd Sensibility, Austin. ,
Poems and Songs, Burns. '
Three Musketoors, Dumas.
Tho Cliannlngs, Wood.
Tho IngoldBby, Barnham.
Oliver Twist, Dickens.
Tho Little Minister, Barrio.
Fairy Tales; solected, Grlmn.
Meditations of Marcus, Aurelius.
Uncle Tom's Cabin, Stowo, v '
History of tho Solborno, White.
The Talo of ' .,
Tho Two Paths and Olhor Essays,
Ruskin. r. c " i
Tales From Shakespeare, .Lamb.
Woman jn White,. CqlHns.
. Sartor Resaries, etc., GarlyloA
It is Noyer too Lato .to" Mend,
Reade. T '
.The Pilgrims' Progress, Bunyon.
Shirley, Bronto. '
Handy Andy, Lover.
Voyages of Discovery, Cooke.
Mr. Midqftipnjan Easy, Marryat.
Heroes and Hero Worship, Carlylo.
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