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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1910)
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luilnen Directory Erery loyal
University student Is urged to patron
It those Nebraskan advertisers, and
to mention tho Nebraska wklle do
First Trus lb Bavlngs
J. C Wood ft Co. '
Joe, The Tailor.
MnfetJb ft Dedmer
Palace Clothing CO.
Spelor ft Simon
Armstrong Clothing C.
Lincoln Candy Kltchem
DANCING ACADEMY .
PITTS i .!
Miller & Paine
Rmlrte & Qpn-ol
C. H. Frey
CHAPIN BROS. i
Mageo ft Doemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudge ft Guenxel
Spelor ft Simon
Armatruug Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magee & Deemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudge ft Guenxel
Bpeler ft Simon
Franklin Ice Cream Cs.
Y. M, C. A. Bpa
Rogera & Perkins
Miller ft Paine
Yates-French Co". '
"Bklrt Store .
Joe. The Tailor,
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I.lnonln 'Typewriter fit.
Underwood Typewriter Oa.
CQRNHUSKER OUT IN
MIDDLE OF MAY SURE
BLUE PRINT WILL AL80
ABOUT A MONTH LATE.
FRESHMEN'S STRIKE HINDERS STAFF
Annuals Will Be Delayed This Year
on Account of Lincoln Pressmen's
8trlke -Proof of First 8ectlons
of Book Received.
Tho Cornhuskor will bo out late
again this year. However, It 1b not
tho fault of this ycar'B staff that the
book will bo out two or three wcoki
later than was announced. Tho Blue
Print will also bo out much later thai,
was at first expoctcd.
This latoncBB In tho appearance of
tho annual publications this, year It
duo to tho fact that tho Lincoln press
men aro on a strike Tho publlshen
who havo tho work in chargo havt
been laboring under great difficulty tc
accomplish anything at all. They
havo, however, been Importing press
men and with tho aid of tho local
men who havo returnod to work, they
aro gradually returning to their nor
Tho Bluo Print should havo been
out early In tho month of April. Tlr I
staff had completed Its work and the
cory wns In tho hands of the pub
lUhor. Ever since that tlmo tho work
haB been slowly progressing and th )
staff haB boen anxiously awaiting the
appearance of tho bcok. Tho en
gineers' annual will bo out In two
wcokB at the latest and probably much
r.oonor than that. Tho entlrd edltlot
has been practically all sold and the
books will bo delivered as soon a.
they aro recolved.
Cornhusker Out In May.
"Tho 191? Cornhuskor will bo out
May first." has boen tho cry of the
staff of this year's annual since last
fall. They havo worked hard to carry
out this purposo. Hdro tho pressmen's
strlko Interfered again. The publisher
has not boen ab!o to send out the
proof as fast as ho has recolved the
copy from tho staff and consequently
tho" work haB been delayed.
Tho editor has, however, rocelvotl
tho procf of tho first part of tho book
and expectB to rccelvo tho rest In the
near future This proof Is being react
aB It Is received and then sent back to
tho printer as sdVn as ro&Blble. At
tho present rate the book should bo
out by tho third week In May and It
la posslblo that It will bo out sooner'
Late Last Year.
Last year the Cornhuskor did not
mako Its appearance until a few days
before tho close of tho school year,
and this has been tho case every year
Blnco the Cornhusker was Btarted.
Yoar after year tho staff haB an
nounced that tho book would bo out
on a certain day, and year after year
tho book has failed to mako Its appear
anco until two or threo weeks later.
This year tho staff mado'a solemn re
solve that such would not be the case,
and they believe that had It not been
for tho strike they would havo been
enabled to live up to their resolve.
Men Wanted for 8ervlce.
Dean Bessey has received a request
fcr men to enter tho grazing branch
of the United States forest service.
He expects to bo ablo to find men for
at least a part of tho positions.
Receive New Publications.
T'he botany department is in receipt
of several recent publications. One
entitled "Native Trees cf Kentucky,"
by MJes Sarah Mawry of the Kansas
Federation of Woman's Clubs, and an
other on ancient plants by Miss Marie
C. Stopes of tho University of Lon
don. Nlkaldo Writes on Sugar.
Y. Nlkaldo, n former Japanese stu
dent at Nebraska, has written a bock
entitled "Beet Sugar Making and Its
Chemical Control." Mr. Nlkaldo la
now employed as a chemist In Michi
gan. His career at Nebraska was re
markablo In that he lived on $75 a
year while attending tho university.
(Inland & Go.
New from Cover to Cover
JUSTIGOUED. & laOlcf, Dr.
W. T. Harrli, former U. S. Com. of Edu
cation, fi General Information Practically
Doubled. c3 Dirlded Pago: Important Ycrds
Above, Leu Important Below. t3 Contain
More Information of Interest to More
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400,000 WORDS AIID PHRASES.
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I'm Going to Help 100
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Are you working your way through
school? Then I'm willing to help you.
I have work for 100 young men
from tho end of this school year until
Sept. 1. I want only boyswho have
no means of going through school ex
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Tho work which I havo to offer Is
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Not only 1b It moro profitable than
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The only requirements:
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Publisher Nebraska Farmer
..119 North 16th Street...
25c Values in Wash Ties, e ,;
Saturday only, for 15C
Special on Handkerchiefes, . 15c
We are showing a big line in
other Wash Ties in four-in-hand
shapes at 35c and 50c.
Also a nice line of Stock Collars
in new shades, nice large shapes,
at 50c each.
Come in and see them.
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Rogers & Perkins Co.
WITH THE HIGH SCHOOLS.
. Grand Island.
The honors for the class cf 1910 aro
as fellows: First, Ethel Rose; second,
Ward Rice; third, Florence Cornfield;
fourth, Bess Gilbert; fifth, Hazel Haln
lino. Ten houorB were given, but wo
aro unable to glvo you but five.
Tho senior play, "What Happened
to Jones," Is making ery good prog
ress. Tho play 1b a throe-act comedy,
played by thirteen characters, who ex
pect to havo It ready by th middle of
Two new tennlB courts havo been
added to our number within tho last
Tho receipts recolved by tho ath
letlc association from tickets for the
baskotball season amounted to $366.36.
After paying all expenses $70 aro led
In tho treasury.
Tho county oxhlblt was held April
16 In AUIanco at the high Bchool
building. A program was given In tho
afternoon, In which Mr. Nelmund of
Crawford, Mr. Pate of Sidney and
Mr. Nelson of tho stato agricultural
department addressed the audience,
which was the largest over In tho
high school, there being . about five
hundred present. Music waB fur
nlthed by the high schcol orchestra
and by songs from tho different
Domestic science and manual train
ing will be added to tho course In ho
Alliance schools next, year.
Principal G. N." Williams has asked
for a release from his eontract Jto
teach In Alliance next year at a salary
of $1,200. Ho Is a graduate of Peru
Normal and desires to completo his
work In tho state university at Lin
coln. The board will doubtless grant
Supt. D. W. Hayes of Alliance hat
been chosen president cf the State
Normal at Peru at a salary of $3,000
For tho first tlmo In tho history of thb
state normal schools, tho president
was chesen unanimously. His place
In Alliance will be filled by Superin
tendent Pate cf Sidney.
' Alliance became champions of north
western Nebraska in debating by their
victory over Chadron April 16. The
question was, "Resolved, That labor
unions aro on tho whole beneficial."
AUIanco had tho affirmative side at
this debate, but has won threo de
bites with the negative side.-' The de
baters on tho. afilrmatlve wore MIps
Fthel Johntrn, MIeb Ethel James and
Mr. Ewalt Otto.
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