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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1903)
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I Discount Sale I
This is our Annual Clear- i
ing Sale. Best value in i
books ever offered in t
Lincoln. Come in and
& BOOK CO.
:. 127 South llth Street
ber Sidles has the largest
Base Ball and Tennis
line west of Chicago.
Prices lower than the
lowest. See our big
Sporting Goods Store.
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1317 O St. Phone F 1174
& COAL CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Lumber and Coal
OF YELLOW PINE
General office 20t-202-203 Fraternity Bldg
Yards 125 to 149 So. Eighth St
Telephones Gen. office 120; Lumber
yard 13; Cosl yard 35.
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Cincinnati Shoe I
Ehctric Shoe Repairing r
We fcell you up-to-date shoes at the J )
X right prices and on repairing we can
T save you 50 per cent, having the . .
t only up-to-date factory in Lincoln. )
! Come and see it.
Wclfanger Wavthon i
1220 O Street
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Trom Other Schools
From York College.
York, March 18, 1903.
The present year 1b going prosperous
ly with York College, with an attend
ance of over 300. and more In the
higher courses than ever hefore.
Another building has been projected
and the work begun. The foundation
Is laid and the structure will be com
pleted In 1903. It will be 80x30 feet,
with four floors and containing thirty
four rooms, besides halls, closets, and
bath rooms. It will be heated by steam
as is the present main building, and
bath will be supplied with electric light
and city water. It will be devoted to
the conservatory of music and ladles"
York college is blessed with vigorous
students' organizations two literary
societies. Young Men's and Young
Women's Christ Ian Associations, Vol
unteer Bnnd, athletic association, tem
lerance league, oratorical club, cadet
(ompany. etc. The privileges and ben
efits arising from these societies make
a fine supplement to the curriculum
and the class room.
The college of commerce Is prosper
ing in charge of Professor M. D. Ad
ams, and Is second to none In helping
young people to a business education.
Miss Ruth Smith assumed charge of
the conservatory at the beginning of
the year, bringing high accomplish
ments and large experience to the
work The number of music students
and the grade of the work is In advance
ot all pievlous records.
The normal has always been an im
portant feature at York College. It is
no less vigorous this year than hither
to. As a suggestion of Its usefulness
in the past, note the fact that eighty
four of its former students are now
In charge of schools in York county
alone. The schools of expression and
art are moving steadily forward and
have in encouraging patronage.
The summer school was instituted a
few years ago to meet a growing de
mand for opportunities to make up
back work for the high school and col
lege, and to secure special training for
the teaching profession. The efficiency
of this department Is attested by sev
eral successful sessions. The coming
summer term will open on June 15.
A college Is very largely what Its
students make It. Its reputation Is in
their hands. A more loyoJ body of
BtudentB than ours could not be found.
They have conducted a lecture course
this year, netting a neat sum for the
library. A few days ago at chapel the
ladles sent a representative to the plat
form, who, In a brief speech, presented
their offering for the new building.
The gentlemen, too, are In line for this
and every interest of their alma mater.
There never waa a time when there
were such strong tendencies to cut
loose from all moorings. The air Is
full of the spirit of anarchy. Loyalty
loyprinciple, to truth, to right, must
be Inculcated in early life. Let It be
accentuated by the school and college.
It Is only a step from loyalty to the
home aad school to loyalty to the
church and the nation. York College
faces the future with strong couAge
and bright hopes, and bids Godspeed
to all the institutions of learning that
have been founded, not by some indi
vidual for the sake of gain, but by the
united efforts of thousands for the pur
pose of advancing the true learning
and bringing it within the reach of
earnest, self-denying young people ev
erywhere. We must have less of pagan
and more of Christian education. Let
us seek to produce no leBB bread-wnl-ners,
but more world-movers; not less
specialists, but more truo men.
WILLIAM E. SCHELL.
The April Woman's Companion
contains a wealth of attractive features.
"How an American Circus Astonished
Europe," pictures the great Barnum in
vading kings' palaces. "A Picturesque
Moravian Easter," tells of some quaint
ceremonies In Bethlehem, Pa. "The
Romance of Lincoln's Life" Is reer
ently told, and In the "Great Move
ment" series the work of the Episcopal
lunch is pictured. MIbb Gould's fash
ions are notable for beauty and timeli
ness. The articles on "Home Health
Exercises," "Floral Notes for April,"
and "Easter OamcB," are excellent and
seasonable. In fiction the number Is
unusually strong. Eden Phlllpott's
"The Farm of the Dagger" haB an ex
citing instalment; "Ignis Fatuus," by1
Frederick M. Smith, Is an East "Betty"
story, and "The Way of a Woman," Is
n humorous contribution by Paul Lau
rence Dunbar. Published by The
Crowell Publishing company, Spring
field, Ohio; one dollar a year; ten cents
If you are needing Spectacles or
Eye-glasseB we can give you a perfect
fit. Eyes examined free. Hallott,
Jeweler and Optician, 1143 O St.; 30
Even college professors sometimes
forget the dignity of their position
when an occasion is offered to per
petrate a Joke upon some innocent In
dividual in honest quest of Informa
tion. A story is told of a professor
of psychology in a western college who
never let an opportunity pass for
springing a joke upon Bomeonc. One
day he received a communication from
a country doctor who wished to know
"How long people Bhould sleep." De
spite the fact that this Information
was sought In good faith, he could not
overcome IiIb natural tendencies, but
wrote In reply: "Same as short peo
ple." $3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 12th St.
Students are cordially invited.
"I can't Just remember what that
bottle contains," said the absent-minded
professor, as he connected it with
the oxygen tank. "I wonder if it's
The coroner decided that it was.
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a large student patronage.
Michigan won this year's annual de
bate from Wisconsin by a decision of
2 to 1. The subject was the income
tax, with Michigan favoring it.
Sold; only, by Harley;
The Neuronic n Arivertlftei-ft In thU Mat
deserve the trade of all loyal Univer
BAKERY Mrs. J. W. Pctry.
BANKS First National. Columbia Na
tional, Farmers and Merchants. Lin
coln Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
BARBER SHOPS Palace, Shannon's
PJoneer, R. and C.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS H. B.
Sidles Cycle Co., A. O. Spalding ft
Bros., Chicago; Gldard Cycle Co., II.
Wlttmann & Co., Samuel Hall.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY Co-Oo..
H. M. Brown Drug and Book Co.,
Harry Porter, Unl. Book Store, Sam
BOWLING ALLEY H. C. Thomas,
CIGARS, ETC. M. D. Clay, L. L. Lind
Bey, Stevens & Neville, F. A. Powell,
CLOTHING Magee & Deemcr, B. U
Paine Clothing Co., Cottrelll & Leon
ard, Albany, N. Y.; The Toggery.
COAI, P. TJ. 8mlth Coal Co., C. II.
Gregory, WhitebreaBt Coal Co.
CONFECTIONERY R. W. Maxwell
Co., Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DENTISTS C. E. Brown, Bontz.
DRUGGISTS Riggs, Rector, Brown,
Flegenbaum, Harley, Stelncr, Woom
pencr, Oliver Theatre Pharmacy.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
ELECTRICAL GOOLJ Robs Electric
FURNITURE Hardy Furniture Co.,
Rudge & Guenzel.
GAS Lincoln Gas & Electric Co.
GROCERS Farmers Grocery Co., Key
stone Cash Grocery.
HAIRDRESSINO, ETC. The Famous.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel.
HOTEL Linden, Grand Windsor.
JEWELERS E. E. Hallett, C. A.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Evans.
LIVERIES W. O. Forbes.
LUMBER Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
MILLINERY The Famous.
MUSIC Ross P. Curtice, Matthews Pi
NOVELTIES Capital Novelty Works.
PAINT AND GLASS Western Glaai
& Paint Co.
OCULISTS M. B. Ketchum.
PHYSICIANS J. R. Haggard, It &
POOL AND BILLIARDS Powell &
PRINTING New Century. Ivy Press.
RAILROADS Burlington, Union Pa
RESTAURANTS Merchants' Cafe,
Don Cameron, Palace Dining Hall,
Restaurant Unique, Francis Bros.,
SADDLERY H. Wittmann & Co.
SHINES Lincoln Shining Parlor.
SHOES Sanderson, Porltlna & Shel
don, Electric Shoe Co.
8UITORIUM Weber Bros., T. A. BorL
TAILOR Bumstead, Unland.
TRANSFER Lincoln Local Expreua,
Lincoln Transfer Co., Globe Delivery
Drug Co., 11th &,0 Ste
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