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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1904)
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Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
ART GOODS Curtice, Lincoln Book
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES A. L. Unde-
land & Co.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Glrard, Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, 0-
Op, Brown, University Book Store.
Sam "Hall, Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
BUILDERS Lincoln Sash and Door
CIGARS Powell, Lindfloy-Follart.
CLOTHING Unland, Maec & Doemer,
B. L. Paine, Armstrong.
COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whltebreant,
P. ID. Smitb.
CONFECTIONERY Lomlng, Maxwell,
DAIRY Franklin, Lwnln.
DANCING HALL Fratcratty.
DENTISTS Boston Dentists.
DRUGGIST Stelnor, Woetnpncr, Rec
tor, Brown, Rlggs, Wright, BM
DRY GOODS Miller & Peine.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Llncou
FLORISTS Chapin Bros., C. H. Frey.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenlf A. M.
HARDWARE HalL Rudve Goewwt
HOTELS Lln-iell, Waltom, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutual.
JEWELERS Tucker, HalUt, Wolfe,
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.,
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, Hallei,
PAINT & GLASS Western Glass ft
PIANOS Sohmoller & Mueller, Ross
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Grlffln Greer. New Can
tuny, Ivy PresB, Review Press, George
RESTAURANTS Westerdeld, Home
Cafe, Don Cameron, Hendry. Palace
Dining Hall, American Cafe.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
THE ATRES Olliver. -
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, Union
College Tailors, Donver Tailors, Her
The only place in
the city to get the
Famous Little Gem
Hot Waffles. Spe
cial service for
Time Inspector ,M. P. It. R.
Jeweler and Engraver.
Graduation Presents a
1211 O Street, Lincoln.
THE SUMMER SESSION.
Important Communication Con
cerning the Work.
To those interested In tlie Summer
School, the following communication,
which was published some time ago In
the Journal, will he of interest:
Having received notices from time
to time concerning the University Sum
mer School, I cannot refrain from com
menting on the course on superintend
ence to be offered in the coming ses
sion. This is certainly a stop In ad
vance In the matter of summer train
ing of teachers. There has long been
a crying need of Just such an available
course in the university. The course
as at ri'csent outlined contemplates a
series or practical taius on everyday
problems of the school by men who are
spending their lives in that kind of
work. The plan is a unique one so
far as giving such work In the univer
sity is concerned, yet the need of It
is so apparent as to apeal to everyone
who has in charge the training of
teachers, and to all who have to em
ploy untrained teachers. The oppor
tunities for trained teachers aro great
er today than ever before, and such a
course will certainly be an added op
portunity for all who contemplate at
tending the summer session of the uni
versity. Such a course, to prove helpful, must
be conducted by men fresh from the
field of battle, men who are daily con
fronted with the problems of which
they speak. No one will question th
value of a thorough knowledge of
pedagogy and psychology. Every pro
gressive teacher must have such
Knowledge. Just having the knowledge,
however, Is not sufficient. One must be
able to apply it in pracjjee. Nothing
contributes more helpfully toward
rightly applying knowledge than ascer
taining just how those in the work ap
ply It. A teacher must not only know
how to plan but she must built wisely
on the plan. Indeed, such a common
sense Idea ought to become perma
nently fixed as a part of the training
offered to those who are preparing to
teach. Certainly Inspector Crabtree
deserves great credit for planning the
present course and Professor Hodgman
as director of the summer session, Is to
be congratulated on embodying so
practical an Idea In the course of study.
The school men of NebrasKa, who have
to assume more or less responsibility
for recommending teachers to their
boards, ought to welcome such a prac
tical departure with enthusiasm, and
ambitious teachers certainly will show
their appreciation by attending the
session in larger numbers than ever
before. J. W. SEARSON,
Superintendent Wahoo Schools.
Sends List of Judges.
Necotlatlous preliminary to the de-
Knti nlli Woehnotnn n rft nrnirrflcfllnf
well. Our list of judges from which
Washington will make a selection of
one. contains six names of prominent
college instructors and was forwarded
to St. Louis yesterday evening. Our
list Includes five college presidents,
representing three states. The team
leaves oh the 11th and all desiring to
accompany It should make known the
fact at once.
DR. GREENE WILL SrAK.
Will Address the Mens' Mass
At the men's meeting In Memorial
Hall next Sunday at 3 p. m., Dr. J. L.
Greene will give the address which he
was compelled to postpone three weeks
ago. His subject, as was announced
before. Is "A Thing Every Man Ought
Dr. Greene Is a man of charming
personality and- an excellent speaker.
u ic n DnVwinlist rf ronntntinn In his
his line of work and one who has
studied his subject thoroughly. His (
vast experiuiico uibu luwun muui iu
make his addresses clear and Instruc
tive. The subject which Dr. Greene has
chosen for this occasion Is one wlilch
ought to interest every man in the uni
versity. There are many ttiings which
we as men ought to know If we would
make our lives the best possible. It
Is from men of Dr. Greene's character
and ability that Buch knowledge may
The musical feature of the meeting
will be some vocal selections by Mr.
Bradford. Those whb have heard Mr.
Bradford sing will certainly avail
themselves of the opportunity of hear
ing him again.
This meeting Is one of the most Im
portant of the year and every seat In
Memorial Hall Bhould be taken. Every
man is invited.
The Palladlan Literary Society will
not meet in the hall Friday evening,
but will attend the Glee Club In a
The new song books will be used
this morning at convocation.
All the boys are pleased with the ex
tra quality of the army hat which B.
L. Paine is supplying this season. If
ou are going to camp better go there
and get your size. They are only 90c.
Frank E. Lee. successor to. F. T.
Shepard, public stenographer, mimeo
graphing. Special rates to students.
501-502 Richards Blk. Phone, Auto
If you want your class picture
framed in best style of workmanship
and latest designs In moulding, the
Lincoln Book Store Is the place.
"Gun metal" suitings are the roods
to wear to St. Ixniis. Bumstead, he
The Whitebreast Co., at 1100 O 8L,
Is the place to buy coal.
Glee Club ticketB now on sale at the
Oliver. 50 and 75 cents.
DRAWING near to Gradua
tion Day and the time In
which to decide the ques
tion of what the girl graduate
will wear, seems short enough.
We have a beautiful line of
the simple white fabrics that are
most approved for the occasion.
Particularly do we call attention
to our wide range of qualities in
the ever popular
Of all the great variety of wash
fabrics for the Graduation Cos
tume, nothing outrivals the sheer
and beautiful WASH CHIFFON.
It possesses all the cbaractcrls
tice of French Organdie, but with
much more softness and draping
possilblllty and will not crease
or crush as do even the best
qualities of Organdies. Only at
this store Is It possible to select
from such a wide variety of all
the different qualities from the
cheapest to the highest grade
manufactured. We carry. only
the genuine article, each bolt be
ing marked with the Trade Mark.
For Wedding, Graduation, or
Swell Evening Gowns. Wash
Chiffons have no equal In the
white goods world. A guaranteed
saving of 2c to 5c a yard on every
quality purchased here and a bet
ter quality for the money than
is possible to obtain elsewhere;
48 Inches wide
$1.50, $1.35, $1.25 98c, 75c,
60c, 50c, 45c, 35c yard.
Sae our Graduation Window
1042 O Street.
Our stock offers large
variety of the moBt ap
propriate articles for
Prices positively the I
lowest for same quality.
139 So. 13th St.
M. G. WOLFF,
139 So 13th.
THE WALL PAPER
AND PAINT MAN
130 North 13th Lincoln. Neb. X
Up-to-Date Soda Fountain
and Magazines. . .
118 North llth Street.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
newly papered, everything up-to-date,
B. P. POWELL, 146 N Mb St Phone IM
I, J. THORr COMPANY
All KhuU f RptfHa
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