The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 26, 1904, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    ?,
V'l
1
Zbt Dnil ftebraftiftn
4
i
. r
the Daily Hcbraskan
A roiiHnllrintlon of
The HmiM-rliin. Vol HI, Tin-Nrlirnfknn, Vol. 10
Scarlet and t'rvnin, Vol 4.
Rdltnr In Chief
HuKlr.iws Mftimurr
Clrrulntor
.T..hn D. Hlee
A. (1. SchrellxT
A. K. Uekr
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Ncwi - - - P. A. EwinK
Athletic J. W. Hor
I ltfry - Dorothy Green
Reportert D. P. Dc Young nd
Raymond H. McCw
Off . Kdltonnl, I' WEt' j HuMmM, V 211',
PoHt OflW, Box i:i, Station A Uluoln.
rfuliKTiption I'rliM. $2 per jenr in ailxanrr
Knit ml ut the poxtoftleo ut Lincoln. Nlirn-ki
n His'ond cIuhh mail matter
Editorial Remarks
TWO MORALS.
The Freshman and the Senior.
(In (his nrtlcle there me some Rood
thoughts, nnd having this fa t in mind
we k'vp it Hpn.ce In our editorial col
umns )
Through eeiy historical sdge ot
(illintion we nre nl)lo to tra(e two
Kinds ot morals. l.- (he moial of Die
tulcr or opprct-hm and the moial of
th suljjeit or oppiesFfd
Hoth nioials thange neiording to the
time, dominion and condition The)
how diffeient s-lagts, forms and iews
hut the pilmlples or Jesuits are idn
iia!. The function ol tin- rulei it is a-.
- K d. :u6)thjrU) the eatnhlifdnnPnt of
-ouety and the maintenaiue of hap
I inihs h altli, freedom, i-tieuglh. pro1--1
1 1 lieneolen e and uoirnment
Ol -.in h ruins theie i an not he a
multitudt. hnnuse the masses oi nini-mon-i
aie held to hae been i imlcd to
woik (for tlioe i liosen few (lieir su
it 1 101 '.
In this situation Ihr conimon people
find ih.'inst het, and the aie supposed
to he satisfied ' w itli the work whit li
lias hi en iniptessed opon tliem, and
with unquestioning ohediemr to th
i ommands of theii lords.
Tin highest expiession of molality
among tlie am ients is to he found in
the leaihing of Plato, and of mod rn
times in the piinuplcs ol the Ceima-u
1 hih -oplu r, Fiederit k N'iti lie
I'lilo's ideal state like the indiwlual
(inl)nu(s tluee parts or separate
classes (1) The rulei or leglsl itors,
i oi responding to the head; (2) the niil
ltniy defendents, the soldiery. orres
lHMiding to tlie heait, symbolic ol
(ourage. and Ci) the stoma h of the
body, the working (lasses, who are the
mateiial suppoiters of their superior
1 asset'
Nitfhe. wlfose ideas line awakened
the interest of many intclki tunl pto
. le. went a step further, saying: "The
aim of soiety should be to product'
men of supeiior quality, who sJiall pos
ms both the phsical and moial abil
it to rule the masses "
The second attitude is that of the
subje t whose complaint beiomes,
Eerj thing is torruptid, had and
wrong" And this ciy is raised espe-
ially against the aspirants for men's
tu, poit. and against those who oppress
men through men by misusing the au
thority which has been gien them
."No man," says Nit he, "is a tool
lor another, but eery man is born foi
f-omc purpose."
Men are born equal, and no progress
an ha made as long as the subject is
denied this . equality and forced ' to
laboi for the suppoit of the aristocracy
In every age we find those two at
tltudis, and in no time whatfver were
thej eer bo subdivided ns at present,
because the ancients neer understood
the morality and corruption which iu
now reognle
The itligion whih was given by the
rulers to the subjets, and which was
the only consolation of the oppressed
promising a future happier world, or
a paiadise, lost its power. Now, there
fore, the nileis have found a new au
thoiitv, the friutntcri man, the man of
si ien p the scholar.
The students of our I'nlversitj i on-
sequent ly espp Ially the Senloi". adopt
ing this new print Iplr, presume to op
press those who are jet Intoxicated by
sjmbols of learning (Freshmen taps).
In order to he friendly to them and
to show them the path of life they be-
oiiip the mishaders.
look, on the tontraiv. at foreign
students, the Russians, for instance
at whom the whole world points Its
finger as savages fit!!! thej will never
op, ress one anotlni Thej are fight
ing foi an Idea and not tor tun to
burn caps and dance niountl the tire,
and thoifgh they are thrown Into the
dungeons of Russia, yet never give up
their ideas, because the essence of
manhood is an "idea."
Or take another example Look at
the hen when she has brought forth
hir hi ood She taixts care of them
that no bird shall prey upon them
till they aie able to take carr of them
selves Hu,, behold man. who is the
highest product of animal evolution,
destrojs and smotheis the Fieshm.in's
nspiiatlon bv leading him into the path
of arroganc e and tivaliy.
Pur heio i, not the i!a In !m ." and
"Mastei" ot the in?elleitnal aiena hut
the boisterous gladiatois ot the dia
mond ,ind the ""pigskin."
Ficshmen stand lngliei Uian Heniois
because a Freshman expMts to become
aHenim, but a S'nloj can bj no mean.,
become ;i Kre-limau
Tlnrefoie I aintnlto jou brother
Miidents to the loveis ot education
and to the si-teis ( dvihation to
abolish that kind of tun and livalij
Hut to accept the ida" ol moralitj,
l)j joining hand to band- the Fi cai
man and the Senior together
I el us be above childish class pieju
die, and siarel togi the l as fellow setk
e rs altei ti uth and know h dgp
.-. 001 DM N.
Photographs of Roman Ruins.
1'iofessor lhilir has leetived eleven
photographs ot old Roman niins In
uoithein Atiua from ICintst A. Hes
spy. 'iiti, who is now doing i est arch
woik there Fight of the views are
of the mills ol Timgad. or the old Ro
man "Thamugadi." aNo called in Tro
jan's time, the "Ulpia." It once cov
eied a square mile of terntorj and was
destroyed by the Mohamedanb in A.
I). 529 The other tluee photographs.
were of Hit mins ot l.umfoese, near
Algieis. These photographs aie fine
acquisitions, both tiom an aitislic and
historical point of view
TO
The Hardware Stoio lor Hardware
The Drug Store tor Drugs
BUT
ITNDBI.ANirs. the specialist in ra
zors strops, hulr brushes, combs. Man
icure goods, cosmetics and toilet ar
ticles of all kinds. Ask Your Barber!
210 So. 12th St. Lincoln
1516 Dodge St. Omaha
Please help the poor Buy yoiK
cigars and tobacco of Frank DuTeil.
1020 0 St.
Joining's, ice cream ana candy: 11th
and j St
Don Cameron's lunch counter foe
eood service.
Why is it you can't help think
ing- of Harry Porter when you
think of Waterman's Ideal Foun
tain Pen? Think of them often.
It's good for you. Our "Pen
Doctor" takes care of thesick ones.
HARRY PORTER
Off.oe and School Supplies
125 South Twelfth Street
Take
the,
World's '
Fair
Special
to
St. Louis.
R. S. YOUNG BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
COAL, ASH GROVE LIME, KALL0LITE KEENE'S
BEST CEMENT, HADDWALL PLASTER, SAND, WHITE LIME.
Cement, Pressed DricK, Fire BricK, Fire Clay, Stone and
MASONS' SUPPLIES. '
Q
Office- 1842 O St., Telephone- 700.
MP&LThe Improved
Ife- IfifliTEB
jfe jjy The Standard J
Mf y S fr Gentlemen (
m J ALWAYS EASY)
IffiiteffiBL. 3f The Name " boston (
maamSjgM GARTER " is stamped )
HSflV""Jgon every loop.
VZri uuttonI
H .CLASP
LUts flat to the leg never)
HKsiips, Tears nor Unfajteru.
ft HERk SOLD CVERYWHCRC. 1
ABfW Bunp le pair. Silk Mt.
ifc Collon iic I
Kjk Mailed ou receipt ot price. 1
HHBaXO.rS0BT00.,Utkri 1
P Boitoa, Ibu., U.8.A.
vevery Pair Warranted-I
- . V
NEW TRAIN LEAVES
Lincoln at 4:30 p. in. arriving at St,
Louis next morning. Leaves' St.
Louis at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Lin
coln at 12:15 nocn.
Through Pullman Sleeper from
Lincoln and electric lighted coaches.
i
Three trains daily between Lin
coln and St. Louis.
Through connections made at St.
Louis lor all points east.
World's Fair Rates are now in
effect and are very low. Don't be'
afraid to ask questions.
F. D. Cornell, P. & T. A.
City Ticket ofTu-o S. W. Cor. 12th and O. Sta.
I)eiot Cor. Kth and S.
Yards 19th & Q. Tolophons 720
Melick's Stables
1 23o N St. Tclekone 435
Carriages for dances and
- parties too.
OUR PRICES
Shirts any style in.
Ootton Undorahlrta .... JeS
Cotton Drawers 2?
Nightshirts g$
Books.... gc
Handkorchiefa, 8 for. . .'.". ".' .' ' .' . .' ) '2
YULE BROS. LAUNDRY
4"&44Q&t44$i
CORNELL
THE WALL PAPER
AND PAINT MAN
130 North 13th Llnooln, Nob.
Jll tor acceptable !rfbaj
S I State If oatented.
THEBpffiIBS
ipt'on price of the Patrht IIboou Iim
J
A
f