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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1914)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
Of all high class men's wear will begin Tuesday morning. The
discount is from
20 to 30 Per Cent
and includes all our fine suits, overcoats, odd trousers and every
thing in the furnishing goods and hat departments, (except Man
hattan shirts, collars and Stetson hats.)
Do not miss this opportunity to buy the high class men's wear
sold at this store at these prices.
Sale begins Tuesday morning and ends Saturday night, January 11.
The Home of FA RilflHA R 1325 O
FIRST CHANCELLOR DEAD
DR. A. B. BENTON SUCCUMBS TO
OLD INJURY ON NEW
GUIDED U. OF N. IN FIRST YEARS
As the First Chancellor In 1871 He
Held the Helm Firmly for Five
Years Resided in Lincoln.
Mini Kiciuu ilson Hi nl mi . I'll 1 .
l.ii-l chancellor ot I lu- Ni lir;i-K:i Stat
I ui ei sit , ,inil lor loi t eais one
ot 111"1 most pi oiuiin'iit edin atoi s ol
llic west. (In l on tin- M das of the
in w ear lit the re-nleiK e ol 111
tl.iuuhliT. MiJ- ' Hales, !"''
-iicri. Ill- (hiiih which was due o
old iik1', hail been epectt d loi sonic
Despite Hie I. ii I lh.it the death o!
Chancellor llcnton was expected it
i.it a shadow In many a home in
Lux oil) when the sad news was an
nonin I'd on New Yeai s morning.
Ill 1S71 I) i- Henton eaine to Ne
braska from an Indiana university ami
was elected first chancellor ol' tin
Unhersity of Nebraska. He held the
po-t at this institution until lKTt". when
lit' returned to Indianapolis to renew
his conneitlon with Hutler uniersit
For the past live eurs ex-Chancellor
llcnton has lived in retirement al the
home of his daiihhtcr. Mrs. Dales, on
street. Five ears ago while await
iug a street car In Indianapolis he
fell heavily to the pavement. It was
the end to an active career and since
that day Mr. Henton has been con
lined almost continually to the home
The body was taken to Indianapolis
Howard Expresses Regret,
l'rof. (ieorge Klllott Howard ex
presses the reverence and respect felt
by all when he says: "It was for
tunate for the state that Dr. A. U.
Henton was called to the dilllcult task
of organizing the University of Ne
braska. He was a refined gentleman;
a scholar accomplished in the hu
manities of his day; a good Christian
and a good citizen. As a result, dur
ing his term of service the University
of Nebraska was solidly planted. It
passed safely through the first and
critical stages of constitutional growth.
It struck Kb roots deep in the affec
tion of the people."
Only 5 Days
More of Our
This is a great time
to buy Winter Goods
MILLER & PAINE
As a faithful and efficient social
servant, as a conscientious and pru
dent institution builder, the name of
A. R. Benton is forever enrolled among
the most honored and most beloved
makers of the commonwealth.
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P
WE CATER TO STUDENTS
Smith & Hurst
112 North 13th
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