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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1914)
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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
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TYPICAL BLUE GRASS MEAL
When Preacher Cim to Dinner Dell
caotee Were Offered Which No
Hunger Striker Could Resist.
Worn you ovor In tbo bluo grass ro
nton upon a Sunday whon the preach
r waa to coran homo with ma and pa
to dinner. On tho day boforo, It would
jot out to tho nogro quarters somobow
that tho "preacher man" was coming,
and then tho foathora would fly.
Tho jam -and Jolly sholvoa would be
Tlflod and Anally tho dinner camo on
tho table. Thoro would bo about half
a bushel of frlond chicken from which
'tho necks, baokbonoB and wings had
been eliminated, dono to rich brown
(color, flanked with mashod potatoes
ion ono sldo (old bluo Moshannock) as
'whtto aB tho drlvon snow and bb light
and pleasing as tho laugh of a child;
beaten biscuits; jams, preserves and
that old-fashlonod applo butter; corn
dodger about tho bIzo of your clench
ed fist with a husk llko tho sholl of a
cocoanut, and so on ad infinitum.
Wo children all had to wait for the
socond tablo, but tho old colored mam
my noror lot us oufTor and I Imagine
eomotlmos we woro bottor Borrod than
tho grownup people. Then tho pie,
tho "punkln" pie. Novor senrod In
Iobb than a quartor and always with a
spring-cooled glass of cream as a
Do you know how to oat a "punkln"
plot 8omo of the dogonorato scions
of a long-forgotton raoe of barbarians
olip it off with a fork and I actually
saw a fork tho othor day in your city
which had ono of the tines widened
and Bharponed so that it looked to mo
llko a kind of buovoI, and they uso
thoso Instruments to eat a "punkln"
Out no well brod cltlzon would dese
orato a "punkln" plo by treating It in
thlB mannor. Tho woll-brod cltlzon
takos his ploco of plo in his band and
bltos out crescents of rich, amber
huod dellclouBnoBB from tho plo, while
tho ctub around tho plo and tho Bidos
of tho pie and the bottom of tho pie
aro brownod flakes of ecstacy. Half
tho onjoymont of eating a "punkln"
plo 1b In Bmoarlng some of it ovor
your face A plo having the kind of
crust that wouldn't stand alone and
which would allow Its contents to run
all over your fingers and gum them up
would bo huHtouod to tho plgpon.
Kansas City Star
Muolo for Children.
It is never too early to draw tho at
tention of llttlo children to mualo.
They lovo rhythm; let them clap tholr
hands, and stamp tholr feet in time to
iiomo llttlo march or Jig played fof
thorn. Then let thorn hear a llttlo
eong repoated often, or two Bongs of
dlfforont character, one Bad, one gay;
thoy will Boon ask for moro, and learn
to sing thomeolvoa. Music will become
for them tho moana of self-expression,
a beuoflclont outlet of pent-up nervous
unorgy, loading tholr llttlo feelings
Into channulB of cheorfulneBB, dobbI
hly averting llltemper, whining Inertia,
und dulnoHu A llttlo drill done to
iiiuhIc ub a gamo will be helpful to
mother and children. Thero are ac
tion HougB published for kindergar
tens, but a roBOurcoful mothei can
contrive aomethlng of the kind her
Bolf according to the child's age.
Murchlng round the room with a clap
of thu hands on tho first beat of the
bar llrut In four-four time, then three
four time, lastly six-time will make a
pleasing diversion for noisy little oueB,
and help them to realize their Bense
of rhythm On no account should the
chlldron hoar ragtime frequently.
Scientists oBBert, after long re
search, that thu peanut, which in tho
past was not very highly regarded, Is
tho only food staple that will at once
nourish man, beast and the birds. It
is tho most nutritious of the wholo
nut family, rich In tissue building
properties, consisting glucose and car
bohydrates and at the same time if
The seed dies, bnt the harvest
Uvea. Sacrifice is always fruitful.
and there Is nothing fruitful elao.
Out Of the Buffering comes the serious
mind; oat of the salvation, the grate
ful heart; out of tho endurance, the
fortitude; out of the deliverance, the
tsith. Frederic W. Farrar.
Choice of the Department Salel
We have just added to our great value giving Men's Clothing Sale a large num
ber of 1914 spring suits. These arrived yesterday direct from Manufacturing
Tailors of the East and are all of new make. They are in a good range of
sizes and fill out our size depleted stock.
Those who attended our sale Monday and were disappointed at not finding the correct
sizes are invited to return today with the assurance that you can now be fitted,
THIS SPRING MERCHANDISE was placed in this sale because the heavy selling of
last week practically cleaned our cases, and we desire to maintain the already estab
lished reputation of this new Department for High Grade Values and Low Prices.
This addition to out $10 Clothing Clearance Sale places every Winter and
every Spring Suit for Men or Young Men in the Department at your disposal
for Free Unqualified choice at our one veryBlow price. These Spring Suits
as well as the Winter Suits and Overcoats offered sell regularly for, each,
$18.50, $23.50 and $28. Come early today while stocks are complete
YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL HUNDRED
HIGH GRADE, HAND TAILORED GARMENTS
The Suith are built on
the new English Soft
Front and Conserva t i v e
models one-half li ned
or jjill lined Coats. The
eolors are the latest dic
tates of fashion. The
t a ilori ng is 100 per cent
perfect. The quality is
of the usual Radge &
Quenzel Company high
standard of excellence.
The Overcoa t s include a
number of the new Bal
macaan, Q a b e r d i n e,
Light Top Coats, Scotch
I lomospuiis. Chinchillas,
etc. They are in nearly
every overcoat style and
we think it -will profit
you to anticipate your
future Overcoat needs.
ARE ALL NEW.
Rudge Guenzel Co.
Pake Nominations at California
University of California, Jan. 26.
Tho annual senior list of nominations
for "fake" offices has boon made, and
It contains tho usual list of positions
suggested chiefly by the name of tho
nominee. Bert Baro Is nominated as
"September Morn," while L. M. High
tower is named for Campanll V. C.
Breeden for Eugenics, and W. H.
Dozlor for Sleep.
Among tho other nominations are
Swearword, It. C. Shaw; perambu
lator, R. G. Wagenet; hounds, J. B.
Korr and Guy Barker; knockers, E. R.
Crabbe and Stanley Rapp; war, R. L.
Gunn and E. G. BangB; beverage, W,
A. Wlneland; music, J. H. Quire; ap
petite, R. M. Eaton; sweetpess, E. I.
Sugarmnn; stable, M. S. Barnes;
nurse, A. H. Wheeler; excursions,
MIbb Mabel Goln and R, B. Cummlng.
DRILL SUIT for sale at bargain;
worn but once; will pay for refltr
ting. Call at Magee & Deemer's.
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