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THE DAILY WEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1 nripjr daroUd to tba lntireati of th
Uairtrtltr of Nobrmka.
A CONSOLIDATION Ol"
Tim IToRjiorlun Vol X X
The NebriisUnn i)l XI
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IL has oflc:: been questioned wliy
It is that a city ordinance prohibi
ting tho riding of bicycles upon tlio
side walks Is not, from tho moral
point of view, as applicable within
die university fence as it Is without
It is very true that tho walks are
tho only means ol access to tho vari
ous quarters of tho campus ul. since
thoso must bo used by pedestrians
also, there is valid reason for piolii
blting blcycie tiding upon them.
Cureless ridets are ineideco upon
these walks as well as upon those
through tho city, and the possibilll
ol aicldints Is almost as great.
Tlio recent "roast'' administered to
the Daily by its esteemed contem
porary, tho Ai rowhead, has brought
to the editor a number of "dltorl.'.K
in reply trm poisons not connected
in any w.iy with the uapcr. For the
must part theseare too ituporat ie
to publish. The Dally has no
quarrel to pic!: with ainone The
article in question was animated by
personal toolings and nothing else,
.lust how "representative' a sheet
may bo that will ueiinil personal
feelings to emp out in tills way is
left to the student body to decide
The Daily d ies not tool the slmht
est tremoi ol fear at such narrow
criticisms even limn the pen 0 the
selfslled Mighty Ones. The paper
has not et reached the ideal )T its
oil tors by any means. In pait
ibis Is due- without doubt, to the
shoitc linings of tin so behind it.
In a groat measure, howovei. it is
tho result or the lack in Lincoln just
it present of suitable facilities Tor
urlnting a Daily eolloiie puncr.
Whether or not the Daily Is represen
tative or not will bo lolt to Its read
ers to decide
At the Theatres:
AT THE )U YKR.
Lewis Morrison's "Kaust" has
been played for twenty seasons, or in
other words fl vo thousand perfor
mances havo been "given of this
classic play. This jeer's production
of Morrison's version of this play is
tlio most olahorato in costumes,
scenery, electrical effects, vocal and
choral n. uslc "Faust" lias ever been
Invested with. A talented dramatic
author lias written a new prologue
ol remarkable beauty. The electri
cal effects aro now and striking, t lie
scenery all newly pa in bod anil the
company an exceptionally strong one,
as may bo seen at the Oliver on
Wednesday night. I"
AT TI1K OL1VKH.
The Whiteside engagement in this
city for Friday evening next may tic
looked forward to 'with much
pleasure ny theat.c-goers. This groat
actor will no seen as Sliylock In
Shakespeare's superb comedy. "The
Merchant or Venice" Mr. Whiteside's
portrayal of Sliylock won for him as
much fame as his portrayal of Ham
let. The usual excellence which
oharaeteri.es Mr. Whiteside's pro
ductions is promised, in tins play.
THE ISTHMIAN CANAL
So wo aie to haw nn isthmian canal
it last It will 800111 odd to Ii.up a .ses
olon of Congiess without delmtes on
that .subject The si heme is thioo
tlmoK as old as tho nation that is to
arry it out.
The report of the Kthmlan (anal
loinmisblon Is piitfaml bj ,111 interest
ing ielew of tlio hntm ' " -pioject
Tlio o.nly e,,!o. 1 -, ,1-, 13
well known, thought that lhe were
going to he aide to s.ill fiom ISuropo
westward, straight to India When
lho found a tout incut in the wa,
tliej thought for a long time that there
must sinely be some nnlinal passage
thioiigh it Hut within seen years
after the di.scoery of the Patillc by
Ballma, the idea of connecting tho two
o cans by .1 shin tanal hud begun to
take shape, sajs tho Philadelphia
K ening I'ost
In lfiL'O, just one hundied vears be
foie the I'ilgilms landed at IM mouth,
t'hai Ies V or tiered huiovs for such a
canal to he made at Panama Tho
project was lcvlvrd hy another rojal
decree in lfl.'H The Tehauntepec, Nic
aragua. Panama and Danerr routes
were all uiged as the hae been near
ly four hundred years later In 1780,
dining the Aiirent.in iinlution. Nel
son was engaged in nasal operations
against the Spanish ten limits at Mi
magna, and he antit ipatetl almost the
ery woids of the adwxates of the
Niiaiagua tan.il at tin piestnt da
In LSI 1 the Spanish ( 01 tes voted to
authorize the tonstnntlon of a tanal
for essels of the laige-,t size but tli
tiinistames eompelletl Spain to 1 e
hntpiisli the filter pi he.
As soon as the Spanish Armiitaiu
had secured then intlepentlent e they
promptly turned their attention to tho
canal question In 182f the young He
pupblic of Central America notitied tho
t'niied States that an uieiican 1 t)rn
pany was icatly to undertake the ton
stiuition of the Nit magna canal, and
urged the lorulusion of a tie.it to
promote the scheme The Intel -oceanic
canal question was one of the chief
subjects of tlrst u.-ision in the Panama
longiefc-H of 182(i At that time tho Re
public of Central rnerica had entered
into a eontiact with the .sanguine
Auiiilican corjLUany, the forerunner of
so many others The coinpan agreed
to begin work within twelve months,
if possible, but at any rato, within six
months afterward. That was Just
three-quarters of a century ago, and
tho canal Is still patiently waiting.
Hut now that I'nele Sam has taken
hold of the undertaking things will
probably begin to move.
OUR PLACE . . .
is not the only place in town but it is THE PLAGE
to buy your Shoes. We have a full line of
the latest style Shoes.
PERKINS & SHELDON, 1129 0 St.
BOYD BUILDNG, 17T1I AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
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anil Hanking- Depaitment
Ibiilorseil by high school j 1 ineipals, leading bus'ness men anil ollici.il
couit roporteis. Absolutely thorough. 'I be linest anil most thin oughh
otiiippetl institution in the 'est. 81, (UK) invested in stiindanl typowi iter-.
$.t. "()() Hanking and other lixtuios placeil in aetuallbnsines-. depaitment. VAv
gant toll top desks ordered for Commercial Department Another Moor has
tieen leased that all may he accommodate I. Situations procured for over 'Ml
PKIt CIjNT of lastyeai s enrollment Students may enter any time Address
A. C. ONG, A.
Tenth and Pa;lHc Streets,
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Established Nine Years
A School Without a Superior
Employs the Ablest Teachers
Actual HusrnoB from tho Start.
As it is practiced.
The Touch Method
(irnham anil (Jroge; HBtenr-
Practical and thorough
M., LLB. Pres.
ego oiler s a gi ailed
course extending' ovei four
The ' Uantuges anil re
(luireiuei t of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, anil the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Med.
eal Colleges, of which this
collegers member. For in
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