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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1904)
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BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBER SHOEEalace, R. & C,
BATHS Chris' Place.
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Sam Hall, Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
CIGARS Powell, Llndsey, Follart.
CLOTHING Unland, Magee & Deemer,
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COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whltebreast,
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CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell,
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DAIRY Franklin, Lemlng.
DRUGGIST StQlner, Woempner, Rec
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FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guonzel, A. M.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. Lincoln
GROCERS Keystone. Farmers Gro
HARDWARE Hall, Rudge & Guenzol.
HOTELS LIndell, Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutual.
. JEWELERS Tucker, Mallet, Rich
ards. LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.,
NIGHT SCHOOL Modern Conini6T
clal. NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
OPTICIAN Dr. J. J. Davis.
PAINT & aLA.SS Western Glass &
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller, Ross
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Griffin Groer, New Cen
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RESTAURANTS Westerfield, Unique,
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SHOES Perkins $ Sheldon, Sander
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
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-SUITORIUM Weber. Burt's.
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead.
THEATRES Olllver, Lyric.
BLIND AT CHAPEL.
Students of Nebraska City In
stitution entertain Students.
A good program wns rondered it
chapel jesterday morning by the stu
dents of the Stat Institute for tho
Blind nt Nebraska City. Some of
those who took part were blind, whllo
others wero only partially so, or In
such a state as to make their woik
unpiofltable In other schools. Those
who saw thorn In their unfortunate con
dition could not help but sympathize
with them, while they groped around
on the 8tag, placing their fullest con
fidence in their Instructors, and al
though most of them were deprived of
the sense of sight, they fully demon
strated that the other senses were not
lacking In keenness.
The young man who played tho or
gan alter he had had only four month's
practice, did much better than the
average persou after they have a year's
work, and the lady who sang had a
well trained musical voice.
This afforded us an opportunity to
familiarize ourselves with the work
that Is being done at another of our
state Institutions, and we have reason
to feel proud of its results along with
The superintendent talked a few
mlnutc3 and emphasized the fact that
the program was not of a charity char
acter, nor was the school, as some peo
ple wero harboring the erroneous Idea.
"It Is a state institution," he said,
"and not an asylum either. It Is a
fact we fame here to furnish a pro
gram for one of the charity organiza
tions of the city, but wo are not liv
ing on charity ourselves. We are sup
ported by the state tho same as you
are, and the legislature appropriates
us money as ficely as any of tho pub
lic Institutions. We have school thG
same as you do. It begins In Septem
ber and closes in June, and our pupils
come and go tho same as yours. Our
school Is dlffeient. in that it provides
for those who are hindered by poor
vision to obtain an education."
After the piogram was finished. Pro
fessor Fossler expressed a vote ol
thanks In behalf of the school for tho
excellent program given and assurerts
them a hearty appreciation of the en
Dr. Ross Offers New Course.
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Provided that twelve or more quail
fled persons deslro such a course the-
professor of sociology profoses to mark
the centennial of Malthus' great "Es
say on Population" by conducting In
next fall's semester a post-graduate
seminary on "The Dynamics of Pop
ulation." The session will he on
Thursday evening of each week from
7:15 to 9:1G In U. 20C Tho amount of
preparation will probably average four
hours a week. Tho work will consist
in co-operative research on the main
and leports on special topics,
subject and In individual investigations
The work is intended to lead up to
and throw light upon such matters of
current discussion as "Race Suicide,"
"Degeneration," Immigration, the Ne
gro Question, the acclimatization of
white races in the tropics,-the cityward
.drift, the new woman, divorce, the
higher education of girls, compulsory
school attendance, tho restriction ot
ehlliLiahoiy the treatment oL.crlmlnalsr
the sterilization of the unfit,- militar
ism, commercialism and socialism.
In order that the University may as
semble tho literature of tho subject
and In order to announce tho seminary
In the forthcoming register, It is nec
essary to know In advance whether
sufficient Interest exists to warrant tho
offering of, tho course. All who would
take such a courso are therefore re
quested to give their names to the un
dersigned before tile end of February.
EDWARD A. ROS.
Proft of Sociology.
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