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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1913)
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President Y. W. C. A.
Fiidaj, May 2-
Beta Thotn PI Dance
Union Literary Society.
Palladian Literary Society
Komensky Dancing Party Temple
Phi Gamma Delta Dancing Party
Company "D" Dancing Party,
Delta Zeta Dancing Party Frater-
Faun House Club Dancing Paity
Home of Mr and MrH Bevard
Facultj Men's Dinner Club Dinner
at Commeicial Club
Phjsical Training Class Dancing Ex-
Sat in day, May 3
Pi Beta Piii Formae
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
President Girl's Club
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Company "A" Smoker.
Phi Gamma Delta Banquet
Tegner Society Meeting.
Delta Chi Formal Party.
Mrs Pankhurst has recently called
attention of the whole world to wom
an's suffrage. Suffragettes point to
her proudly and say, "What a mar
tyr " But millions of women In their
quiet homes murmur, "How pitiful."
And are they not right? Isn't it n piti
ful sight to see a woman so lose her
dignity us to quarrel with jailkeepers?
Is there anything inspiring in seeing
women give their times and strength
to smashing windows and walking the
streets in the Interests of suffrage
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Premdent-Elect Y. W. C. A.
-when nn Ignorant nurse maid cares
for their children at home?
Do you consider yourself an Idiot or
a criminal simply because you haven't
the ballot? No nor does anyone else
except those who have to Beck an
argument Women's organization?
have been behind child labor laws,
health laws and Improvement laws;
in fact they have given the Impetus
to many of the best movements In the
country When they enn accomplish
these things merely by their influence,
why do they lose all their dignity by
milltartly seeking the ballot? How
can a woman care to sit In the Jury
of a murder trial? Or how could she
care to go to a voting booth and
mingle with the common loafers who
so infest such places
The College Man's Shoe Store
Its an English Tan
For Summer chaps---
is the "last word" in full-blooded
English lo-klogs. A King "B"
with style-wise fellows who know
whats "it" this spring and summer.
The very newest English heel and wide shank, London slope toe, English
eyelets to top. Look up "Boulevard."
U3N.12S,. men's BOOTERY '""
A Barber's Ad in
a Woman's Paper
Just the thing the women of the
University and others being the
indirect cause of u large part of
our patronage are entitled to a
word of appreciation from ub.
Hereby we respectively tender you
our heartfelt thanks.
DO YOUR WASHING
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Prcsident-Elect Cirie' Club
Suffiage has not materially affected
the states A'lilch already have If 2VTT"
thoiitles say that the majority of wom
en take no interest In it Does it not
seem that this great commotion is
merely wanting what we have not? If
suffiage will send the women back to
their homes, and deliver the suffering
public from nnj more of these dlsgtiHt
ing exhibitions, let us hope that suf
frage will come tomorrow.
Friends or JB Burnett, '1G, will be
glad to learn that he lias recovered
fiom an attack of tropical fever con
tracted while making an oil survey
Patronlz( Our Advei tlseis
TICE & BENNER
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