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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1897)
A Weekly NoWHpnpor" Isauodj-Kvcry Krl
dny Noon, by tbo Studurils of tbo
University of Ngbrnaltn.
Kntored na Second Glftia Mnll Matter.
K. T. Ulley - - - Managing Kdltor
IU H. linker Kdltorlnl
Kato Snow Wnlkor - - - FrnlornUloa
Oliver Chnmb.ra Local
E. MellKu - Local
Sam Slonn Y. M. C, A.
A. K. rrmoleo . - - H. K. Gngo
Eillib Sohwnrlss - - Ana't M'glns Mil.
The Nchmsknn will bo sent to tiny ad
dress upon receipt of the subscription
price which la ona dollar a year, or fifty
cents a jonioator.
Contributions n ro solicited from all.
News Items suoh as locals, personals,
reports of meetings oto, nre especially de
sired. The Nebmskan will bo glad to
print any contribution rolatlvo to a gen
eral university subject, but the name
must accompany all suoh.
Address all communications to The
Ncbrnson, University of Nebraska.
tost H out ilu .-oiuiih .raok . vmia1 TlliC NIJIIKASKAN ADVKHTI8KU8.
Mhouid fiuniKh Hurilcit-nt motive for hoop-, Wo wish to call the attention of tho
lug up the i ruining. Arrangement iioj IMofossora and atudoiila to Iho local mor
being tntide fur u Joni Hold day w.thj chants who mlvortUo In Tho Nobrasknn.
Oo.me and Weileyuu. na well as for our Kvory linn 'ropruentcd hero la gunrnn
own nnnuiil vdn' It rr-in n p.iy that rullnblo, nnd patronage that la ox
.hoe min hnv.-go.ton themseivi n in good 'tended them, will bo appreciated by tho
condition by the Indoor iruninH r the1 manager of this paper. When It Is Juat
past week, should lose nil ih.u ih. y Have' oonvonlont. lot them have yaur patron
gained by stopping now. j "; Y" by It ns much as
A itwon which students of the untver-. nny 01l0
s:ty have not yet learned mh.it the iwil.j TUM AHM8TKONCI CLOTH! NO 00.-
, , . , ,. , , i.i.i Successors to Growing King and Uo.
Is ix-s nu-nl il woik ennnof ie don with
t ...Vt r ....1..t j.l...t.l... . .. ...1 .....
llw. n,iw..,.l..r .i nn,ir ..oli.llli.in III llli IW'M nl' n.l-v,iuuiniis nu mi H'
deslle born or nieessll.v to .nvompllsli t H (
utmost In n gtvi-n time, nuui s.u.lciiis .ire
taking elghuvii. iw-ni or vi n 'wenty-
iwii liuilin Ul ll.v.i lit nuift ii in nu tuiit' j
nens.it ns mii.eul.ir .acivIs.- Hut ,hl- 1'HKKINS & SUICLUOX-Tho rollablo
pensnt.ng mua.ui.it . . r. is. . nut tins a,00 8lore of Uneoi, mm o streot.
no more economy than Is the constant .......... ,.
'"-.ng upon the ,.r ., la... by In the; "SViriSSSir
imiik. Itesi itself is not more neocssnryi
to Iho Well ho 11 K f th- lod. ihHtl Is
Uhlng goods. Merchant tailors. 11M O
snout. Your slums shlned free.
HU.MSTKAO AN'U TUTTLH-Clonts fur
nishings and tailoring. 117 S. 11th St.
PltAKClS DUOS.- Uesmurnnt and short
order houso. 121 .. Uth alreot.
f -f RT
PAINE & WARFEL9
YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THAT WH
Alttf ItULlAULK ANI3 THE MOST
HEASONAHLE HOUSE IN LtNGOLN
TO DEAL WITH.
113 O Street,
PAINE & WARFEL
NOTICE All subscriptions should now bo
paJJ nnd collection will be commenced ac
cordingly. Any ono wishing to avoid tho
Inconvenience of being "dunned", should
notify tho business manager before Jan
Tho university ls materially Interested.
In the bllln before the legislature concern
ing the straining of stale certlilcatiw to
teachers The private ns well as the state
n?r"' il - '' mi1 .irrogit0 io tieineJves ill
tho qu.illtlr.ulons noccsmiry for gnultinte
students to get a life, teachers' cortillonte.
J.s It pvMslbl. that they have reached the
standard of education put In vogue at the
untvoraity? Is it desirable and Is It wl-x-to
place all the private and state normal
schools upon a par In this mattery The
granting of state cvrtlhYates to teachers
Is a matter of no slight Importance to the
publlo school system of Nbnk. The
efficiency of the teachers depends largo
ly on tho readiness and ease with which
applicants gi certificate:1. Tho univer
sity graduates aro certainly on tit lei I to the
privileges of a state teuchera certificate.
If training and soliolarshlp count for any
thing. "We rvgret that our legislators fall
to draw any distinction whatever be
tween the efficiency of private and state
schools In ihls respvi. We certainly dep
recate Hi- favor i;h which she requos'
of tho prn ue. normal fhoolu has tHn-ii r--
DON CA.MEUON Luiioh coumor and
short order house. US South Uth St. i
II. W. imoWN-Drugglst, books and I
stationary. 127 South Uth street.
MILLEU & 1'AINK-Dry goods and fur- ,
ulshlng goo.ls. 1SS0 to lU3tt O street.
THE MODEL DINING HALL Meals
31G S. li!lh
13 cents. Sunday dinner 36.
cscivlse. .mil more and be ti menial
work can ! done w I en the muscles are
gori.i ciivuliii iii It k a i.l the Ii'i.hmI
well oN.VKenii :ei. A iviison.ihle amount of
time Is not lost. It Is moii' limn saved In
the inproveii quality atii v gor of the
men ill work done The ev li UK l o'ehH'k
class In the g.Miin.istum will be cotiMuucd
If n sufficient number expiess a desire to oiIAKLES H. GUKGOUY-Coal
carry It on. All who have Held ln ln at 1100 O street.
mind, should certalnl.v take advantage ofjaEOUGE CONSTANCEIVS-Uarbcr shop!
th:s. I located at 1010 O street.
FIN ST NATIONAL HANK-Located ai
tho corner of 10:h and O streets.
THE HOOK DEl'AltT.MENT OF Hcrpol
sholmer and Company. 12th and N st.
SMITH IMtKMlEK-Typowrlter Com
pany. Lincoln olllce, 137 S. Uth st.
T. J. THOUl'E & CO-Hubbcr stamps,
seals etc. oOS S. Uth street.
Undo: "Uobby, 1 suppose you've been
a good little boy." Hobby: "No. 1
havon't." Uncle: "Why, 1 hope you
havon't boon very bad." Hobby: "Oh,
no; just comfortnblo." Truth.
Not Half Had Johnnie's Teacher:
"And now. Johnulo, tell me what tho
last commandment Is." Johnny (a street
car tourist): "IMease don't spit on the
Door " Plsvelund Ptnln IViler
Knwhlelgh "on: ".Tnmiw, h.ow doe the
button come Into my salad?" Jamos (the
waiter): "Oh! dat am paht ob do drossln',
snh." Princeton Tiger.
Mr. Dyer: "Where Is the bargain coun
ter?" Tho Foor Walker: "There aro sev
eral. Wlmt are j-rui looking for?" Mr.
Dyor: "I am looking for my wife." Life.
Soolety Trials: "That pawnbroker's
uhlldren seem to wear a groat deal of
Jewelry." "Yes; It nearly kills me to see
his twelve-yea--old boy sfruttlng around
wlUi my watch on." Life.
Ho: "I suppose your father understands
that I urn not going to marry tho rest of
the family." She (one of mnny sisters):
"He says that Is the only thing that trou
bles him." Detroit Free Press.
'Il Is queer h.w sorlntr alfe : u "
"What Is queer?" "We don'; : an flas
tlo H.il: until we leave off .air rubltcrs "
eelveil. This Is a morv ur.iw question than Oilcaito Ite.vr.1.
a ma'.i'T f mere r. venue to -t.ite nor-
mL. I i !'. wii i vi- illy efffc: ih-! ,Ie: "Wll' lf Ul theatre should take
standing m.l urowiii .: the puhll s h.i.l-. ! re?" She: "Mercy: I suppose I should
liecome confused and foruot where the i
Recently ;wo prof. or. Ii.m.Is f i i mirror ro." Oetralt Journal. Doa't Tubacco Sjit nad Smoko Yoor Luo Awsy.
pannieiit- took oo-i-mh to . rlttclm- mem j; v,, xvi.t t ..a j ibn-.-co iibii.y- wikily
Iwrs of iilv.ni.vd claxes on account of S: Louis projHws to establish a church :i I '.iivviT, lxi...i loivell.hll. ng. tu. ruclic,
their si-lllng. The- :u.Ifii :s were nustlv I for bicyclists exclusively. It hopes hy ,,.I,',"r 'v'' ,",'?",t! .'f'"', .t:U0N.l,l!,U,
i ,!., ,.,J1 . ...... ... , ,, . , i .J w.iiivk-r-won.ir, tliul in..!;. h weak men
Junior ,.nd senior On the other hand ,1,al n,aim to "du"- them to do all their , ,.JM nnv iVu ikmuhIs in tcmlnxs
i In tne I "oU,",,s i;,: ''iJv uf rlv.r S... -, O.-i' 100,t) v)tti-itl. Iny No To-I'-a.-iif Jo l
I M.l m
i Im. M E7
i W m i
V fMiBf I
HUTCH INS & IIYATT-Co.il.
cated at 10U O street.
P KIII.KIIS TalMr.
er. Repairing done.
Stilts mnde to ord
120 S. 11th.
LINCOLN NEWS AGENCY O. L. Siwii
cor. '!S, manager. Uth and O St.
DR. S. E. COOK Eye ear. nose and
throat. 1215 O street.
H. CAPES Uoo.s nnd shoes reparod 133
South Twelfth streot.
1LVYDEN Photog-airher, New location
1029 O street.
E. HALLETT JEWELER. HIS O street.
Watch repnlring. engraving oto.
Perkins & Sheldon Cd.
Dr. S.E. G00K, practice limited to
eye. ear, nose and throat. 1215 O street.
The Armstrong Clothing Co. for a short
time will give to any university student
buying a suit or pair of pants, n wire pant
strotchor. It keep tho iants in shape
and preserves the crease.
FACT TIME. THROUGH CARS.
To Omnhn, Chicago and points In Iowa
and Illinois, iho UNION PACIFIC in con
nection with the C. & N. W. Ry. offers
the best service and tho fastest lime. Call
or write to mo for tlmo cards, rates, eto.
E. P. SLOSSON. Genegar agent.
an insTiKtor ivn.ui' iuen: are
earlier .ir of th.. college course, has
mado i he staiemem that hardly a single
paper n.m.lrJ lu this year was five from
errors in wiling.
Fmni -hese .lata we draw two conclu
sions IV-t. the students of the univer
sity I not know how to spell when they
com- i. r.-. .in J second, they do Hot over
come i hi- defec; during their college
oourse. Primarily, of cource. the blame
for this state of affairs must rest on the
common schools of the state. If the child
is r. ( nuiKii: ;o ll In the grades. ie
chan ir- atfalnsi his ever acquiring this
ablliv Hut the irtrumeut Is a-lv.in '.1
th... Aoi.lii are only the signs of Ideas and
so I in is we have the Ideas, the words
an ,t little con04ucn'e. This reasoning Is
112Q O STR6ST,
THP SfFHY nni I FRF OF I AW s"rl,1K tcrm wllt ,cn Marcl 1S97 DU
ini.Iil.ni UULLCUC Ul LRIIpionin admits to bar. Improved methods
M.vnsiiAt.i, D Kwr.t.u LL I).. M. IV. Dean, uniting theory and practice. The School
if Practice Is the Leudlng Feature. Evening sessions of ten hours n wce'.t for each
class. Students can be self supporting wlilc studying. For catalogue address
M.D. EWELL. Dean. Room CIS and Clt Ashland blk. Chtcajjo. 111.
Chicago Times-Hera hi.
"Do you think Skinnor onn make a liv
ing out thoro'" "Make a living! Why.
ho'd make n. living on a rock in the mid
dle of tho oconu if thoro was another
man on the rook." Tit-Hits.
I remember so dlstlnotly scorching down
tho road, the long level dusty road, where
tho weeds thickly fenco.the way on either
side, with tho soured pip scooting for dear
life just ahead of my forward wheel.
I romomber how I deligh.od in following
him closer and closer and yelling at h m
In the loud exul. atlon of my greater pow
'i. and the way In which a hqueal of ter
ror answered every yoll of mine. It
nmuaed me hugely to see how straight
Bui- ... , ,, nwra.. ..i lae nrsi place. , an(, g Ifr ,s Hncurled la nje(! 0,,qlle.
It c iiinat he said that we really know a i,. a.....,-A r . i...i t , ,u .
... I i skyward I Imagined I heard the hot
'"". " . " " """"' i l.reezo whlstlng over its bristled no:nt.
I remember how I despised his hulking
I grnceless gait in view of the rythmic mo.
tlon of my exhuberam speed. 1 despised
his gait and I despised tho pig for It, and
I I remember how I yelled one more Her.-.
cry of scorn, and I am most prone u
i recollect how at that wild sound the ln-..s'
swerved on his hind legs, as on a pivot,
i directly In front of my (lying wheel. And
an.! exactly ; again, granting for tin- in.- i
m.-n. tin: spelling 1 a minor matter, the j
principle u Invoh.'d that h U only by ,
careful retention to details that we ever i
a .pur- hip ablll:v to handle greater af
fn - We must noi forget :hat :rl:e say- !
il -' .... 'Whatever Ls north doing, .
wmii doing weli." I-itiy w- munt in-1
W-.I lhai six liinir is in lmioi taut mau.- ,
8uiKee .nat our .rfeoiM paid nu at
ili-vmisU under Kiinmn'ro In euro. Mio 01
$l ' 0. Hooltlctimil atimplo mnllo.1 fivo. Ad
Ktorlhitf liomoiyCo..Oliiiicoiir Now oris
When b:ilous or costive, eat a Cascaret,
candy catharlc, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c.
Fountain pens, from t! cents each, to
12.50, all warranted at book department of
Horpolshelmer & Company.
W. O. FORRES.
Liverey, Baggage, And
Ul N.ilHl Eleventh Street.
HACKS Ni - .2., .J2. :,. 76, and fc.1.
All riillx ..iiM.id promptly, day or night
Pollt. ha. kiiu-ii. alwiiys to be relied upon.
Telephon. N'.i :1.
DunSTEUD 3 JUHLE
Have opened a new Furnishing
and Tailoring Establishment with
a tine new stock especially
adapted to Students' wants.
Everything new and nobby...
Dunlap and Longley Hats.
The University of Nebraska
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Offers Complete Courses in the; Offers Free Advantages not
Following Branches; jfound Esewhere.
Piano Forte, ! Free Scholarships in all Department;'.
Voice Training, !
String Instruments, !
Harmony, Counterpoint, History, General 5
Theory, Sight Reading.
t-n i.,n to their or.hoRrniphy, suppose that ! then and then bur I remember no more,
tl..- h riters for in-wsn.ipers,
Military Band Training,
all w.i.i write for publication should ih-r-If.
i nil juri of iieir work. In what hope-lf-Mi.
-.s u.iuld our literature become lit -vj..
lin: wh.n haji ill nil to do with the
univ. rl:.v" I- in liniiosstble to have clas
ses In sjlling here True, but the htu
dents who go from here every yoor to the
public schools of the state can do much
to correct this defect If they only will.
To Ijp sure, some will undoubtedly have
to .1. vote wme time to training theln-selvt-H
before tiny onn tench others, but
romilU will aiuj,l) i.mv 'lie labor j,.-
There appears to be dangor that the
training for tho flold dny may drag from
this tlmo on, as has beon tho case In tho
past two years. Now Unit the Indoor con-
If you have trlod him once you found
that Wosterfleld did the right kind of ton
sorlal work. He has been the students'
bar bar for soventeen years. 117 North
W boYW pliy'
Tfo Home is Really Complete
Without a new 1897 Model
A "University of Nebraska" tablet Is
the kind to use, when you write homo.
The Co-op has a largo supply.
1'rlceK have been tailed down ns a result of the
Vnslilnirn' miniums popularity wi th.it now y.iu
can buy a Kenu.no Washburn of tho very latest ilesltyi
Prom $15.00 Upward.
The neu Washburn Mandolin I" n radical depart
ure from former styles. It Ik the neatest, daintiest
and lightest Mandolin i.ni.Klnnble, and itstoiie ap
proaches rry near to that of a li'.e old Cremona
Violin. Wuhlili.ir.is nri Rnl.l at fixed and uniform
,,,. ... . . . . prices by all first-class music dealers everywhere.
Ilayden, tho photographer who Is now Wnshlmrns are the acknowledKiil standard of the
located at Wl O rMpoI la no-ln .irfn,ir,,r I wrld. They are used exclusively by the leailinK
tocaiea at 1V-I O stteet, IS again Offering 1 Artists, Teachers and (Slee flubs. Our new Wai.li-
a special rate to students on all photo- l ,mri' catalogue contalnlnu portraits of over 100
1 . U TTI ..lllB.n mill mil lllllirillUIHIII, lJll.l-n, VIIUUIPCIIIVIIll.,
1 graph. Ills name Is a guarantee of good ' etc., will be sent free on receipt of application. If
ivnrlr your local Dealer cannot supply you we win scn.i
ivuijv. , i-u.i,,,.,a . r 11 ...m. nv. ...!.... .. uvm.. ......il....
.. naill'lllll. V. ... ,. 1,11 '..lt.hu w .A..IIIM.....W.I,
direct from the factory. .
A Washburn Improves with aire and makes a
(lift that increases In value as the years go by.
It is really worth many times Its cost.
LYON & HF.ALY,
Corner Wabash Ave. and Adams St., Chicago.
If you are Thinking of SMyiug Music Iumtigate the Merits of this School.
Spring Term Opens April 7, WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
Cascareis stimulate llvor, kidneys anJ
bov.eJd. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c,
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 118 South
.MfUlimSft pn.TirZnnVr111 llJ . DRUGGISTS
i 1. ....... .. . '. ". '!Tp. n'"r irrlp or jrriiip.lnt rniisoiiiTiiiii.irnio..ii. o.. I
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