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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1894)
A Weekly Paper Issued at tlio University or
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J, V. HRAH80N, I.ettl
It's the little things that count.
Carelessness of small things
makes more than half the trouble
in life. An instance of this was
noticed at Gronlund's lecture on
Wednesday evening. Of course
about one-third of the audience
were late, but that's another one.
It wouldn't have been so badi f
the tardy ones had been able
to get quietly to their seats. As
it was, those who were there
first had taken the outside seats
in the row, and had to stand up
to let the newcomers in. The
consequence was that the dis
turbance, great enough under
any circumstances, was doubled.
If the first to arrive at chapel
meetings of any kind would
only remember to take the in
side seats, this disturbance
which always occurs would be
avoided to a large extent.
was one very disagreeable cir
cumstance connected with the j
recent oratorical contest, a cir-;
cumstance of which the true
inwardness may never be known,
but which has left a most un-
, . , , K. K. BROWN, Vice President.
R. K. MOORK, President. IM01,F CaHhlcr.
MJnion Savings IUnkK-
in South Tenth Street.
INTEREST Paid on Savings and Time Deposits,
Studonts Who Patronize
nlonsnnt rnmnmhnince. SoilU'
person, it is not known who, Jp;iIEll & WA'fiFKL
went to one 01 me juuges on Wm Never Regret it
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himself as sent by the president
of the association, obtained his , WriKiu. r. K.-iuim-on .1 n. Mo
markings. 1 he president iv- j,;,,,, A. Aim-, am cn-di.
Thoy Soil Stylish ClothlnB at
,1 11. Mofliiy.
gs. 1 he pr
ceived the markings the next ,
day by mail. The marks weiv Jgjrjg ; golUmDia
not aitereci, so tne aecsion was
of course not affected by the
occurrence. The man who did
this ungentlemanly and dishon
est thing has not only injured
himself in case he is found out.
He has caused suspicion, just
or unjust, to be raised against
LINCOLN, - - NK-
A. S. Kuyiiiuiul. CIihk.WYM. Tlios. Ooehrnne.
First National Bank,
N. S. IIAHWOOD. President.
CIIAS. A. MANNA. Vleo PrcHlilcnl .
J, 8. FUKKMAN, Ass't Cashiers
N. S. Hurwood J. 1. Mae arlnnd
V. M. Clarke T. M. Marquette
Chun. II. Ilunnn John II. Ames
John Firorei-nlil H. K. Moore
D.W.Cook O. T.Jlotfff
V. M. Cook .1. L. Carson
A. II. Clark
M m I I I IV I I i 1 I L I lc m-J r a
different parties who were finan- Tle New ( WLU1 IDlvrN DAVL.ll 1 V
cially interested in the contest. 1837 O STREET.
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For the last time we take the
opportunity of, needlessly no
doubt, urging the students to
let themselves loose for two days
next week. We won't have an
other such chance for twenty
five years, and we will all be too
old to enjo' it by that time. We
don't attempt to advise as to
what you shall do, but do some
thing. Have a good time. For
get that you ever had to study
or ever will have to study again.
The' say that Thursday is the
old folks' day. It is officially,
but unofficially and informally
we think that the young folks
are apt to occupy a little of it,
at least. It isn't necessary for
us to make ourselves unneces
sarily or rudely conspicuous at
the various public gatherings.
We probably won't get a chance
if present indications count for
anything. But we can celebrate
in our own distinctive student
fashion as the moment suggests.
On Friday "we are the people,"
officially and otherwise. Amuse
ment is provided for us, and all
we have to do is partake of it.
Let us do so. Hurrah for Char
ter Day !
To forget disagreeable things
as soon as possible is undiubt
edly the pleasantest course, but
it is not always the best. . There
No one would think of making
any accusations on either side,
but it is human to suspect some
thing. The man who has done this
thing has no right in the Univer
sit He should leave it for very
shame. If he is discovered it is
to be hoped that he will be
made to leave. It is a great
pity that the University cannot
bring some enterprise of this
kind to a close without its being
marred byfsome such occurrence
as this. Webegin to lose faith
in human nature, or at least stu
PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY.
$ $very Day
The Only First-class EalriR House
In he City,
$6 Ticket - - - $5.00
5 Ticket - - - 4.20
3 Ticket - - - 2,60
Lehigh its to have a $200,000
The first of the Yale-Harvard
debates has been won by Har
vard. Stanford and the U. ofCal.
have arranged for a prize speak
Of the twenty-nine mayors of
Boston thirteen have been grad
uates of Harvard.
Pennsylvania's museum has
been largely increased by gifts
from the Chicago fair.
Cornell and the U. of Penn.
are arranging for a series of joint
debates, the) first of which will
occur at Ithaca April 20.
The Harvard Annex has betn
taken under the official control
of Harvard University and will
hereafter be known as Radclifl'
The members of the Yale Glee
and Banjo clubs contemplate
making a tour of the seaboard
cities in a yacht. Elaborate
programmes will be rendered at
each place where a stop is made.
The fact that Professor Some
body, of Scotland, receives a
salary of $20,000 a year, is not
of perennial interest.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
C. W. BRANDHORST, Prop. - 121 North Eleventh St,
Stiff Hats Made to Order from $2,50 to $4,00.
liv pny 5,(i0 for a lint when you win jret one marie to Order the.
shape ot your head, any t-tyie. for let- money and Just an pood a
Hal? hy do you pet a new Mlir Hat when j on can pet your old
one made as pood as new for tl iV
"Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory, 1M So. Uth St
ROOKS, STATIONERY- WALL PAPERS
Window Similes and Mouldings, Artists' nud Photographers'
'i "wiiiu insuiiiiiL-jus mm (supplies.
ALT. LEMING & CO., 1106 0 St., 118 1. 11th St,
and others like thi'm that the Uni
owes its reputation, not to the
niggardly legislators who begin
buildings only to leave them
half finished as toys for the elements.
. PANTS ..
PANTS TO ORDER
$4, $5 TC $10.
Lincoln Pants Co.
1223 O STREET.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D.
Hour8,7to0a.m.;ito 3, and? to 8 . ,
We earnestly invite all Stu
dents to visit our store before
making any purchases In the
i2i ,f n.Dry Good8' Cloaks,
Ladies' Furnishing Goods and
Men s Furnishing Goods. Our
stocks areespecially attractive.
We refer new students to any of
the professorsor any old Rtn
dent in the University as to
our manner of doingbSslness
MILLER & PAINE
133 to 135 South Eleventh St
H MunnfiietureH his own Shir t. They nt the
rp form and pleiine the eye.
a A Kt'1.1, i,lNi oi' . . .
, Men's FurnishingGoods
HATS, CAPS, ETC.
Our HhlrthKo direct from the manufacturer
to the eoiihumur. No inltlilleiiien'H profits.
Ten per cent dlKcount to KtudenU.
039 O Street, Basement State National
Hutchins & Hyatt
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
All Ms of COAL So WOOD oa Hud
I004 O St. Telephone 225.
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