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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1905)
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
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BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
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BUSINESS COLLEGE Lincoln Busi
CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Riggs' Drug
CIGARS Fred A. Powell. Lindsay.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
Soukup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong. Magee St
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, White
breast CONFECTIONERY Maxwell.
DANCING HALL Fratornlty Hall.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitta.
DISEASES OF EYE. EAR & THROAT
DRUGGISTS ---Stolner. Woetnpener.
Brown. Mann, Rector. Hnrloy, Rlggs.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
shoVmor. EXPRE8S Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Cbapin Bros. '
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guenzel. A.
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GROCERIES Koystono, N. H. Town,
Smlth'B Cash Grocery.
lAuERDASHBRY $2.60 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudgo & Gnonzol, F.
JEWELER Tuckor, Wolff, E. Floto-
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
LIVERY Forbes Stables, MellckB.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PHOTOGRAPHER TownBond, Hay
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RESTAURANTS Westerflold, Cam
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8H0E REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
8HINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, KadiB & Mane.
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Cleaning, Prosing, Dying, Rcpltlng end
Refitting of Fine Clothe.
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' Professor Barber Returns.
Professor Barber, "who represented
Nebraska at the first annual Confer
ence of Classical Toachers held In
Chicago hist Friday and Saturday
reports a very pleasant tlmo and a
most successful meeting. About one
hundred and seventy-five classical
teachers were .present, and twenty
three states and territories in the
Middle West and South were repre
sented. Meetings are to be hold ev
ery year in May, and the place of
meeting will alternate between Chlca-.
go and St. Louis, the place of meet
ing for 1906 being in St. Louis.
It wns decided to publish a classi
cal Journal devoted to science, peda
gogy and general Items of interest,
the Journal to consist of twelve num
bers of nbout six hundred pages. The
publication is to bo sent to ovory mem
ber of the association upon the pay
ment of the $2.00 membership fee.
Professor Barber presided over one
of the programs at the Conference
and was chosen a member of the ex
ecutive board of the new association.
In spite of the inclement weather a
large audience heard the memorial
services celebrating the centennial of
the death of Schiller on Tuesday even
ing. The celebration was worthy of
the love and esteem with which the
great German poet is held not only
in his Fatherland but all over the civ
ilized world. Tho exorcises thanks to
tho indefatlglblo efforts of Professor
Fossler, were . decidedly successful.
The beat musical talent In tho city,
Including Mrs. H. Finley Helms, Miss
Jnlia McCuno, Mr. Joseph Wurtzburg,
Prof. Clemens Movlus and Miss Nelly
Griggs, rendered Gorman selections,
both Instrumental and vocal. Much
credit Is duo to the German students,
Misses Lumory, Woodsmall, Meyer,
Radonmchor and Measrs. Hrubesky,
Denney, Peterson and Aron for the ex
cellent manner In which they rendered
parts of Schiller's most famous plays.
J?rofossof Fossler gave the address
of tho ovonlng In "Schiller, a Force
In Modern Culture." After reviewing
brlody tho oarllor life of Schlllor and
his first works, "Tho Robbers" and
"Cabel nnd Love." Prof. Fossler
dwelt at aomo length upon tho poet's
groat work, "Don Carlos." Underly
ing this Drama was tho Eighteenth
Century Ideal of froodom and liberty,
taught by Rousseau and manifested In
tho Declaration of Independence
Tho later life of Schiller after his
friendship with Goethe began was
marked by intense Hellism. Schlllor
saw In the love of tho beautiful the
chief method of elevating men to high
er and nobler Ideals.
Professor Fossler then pointed out
tho differences between tho pcot
Goetho and Schiller.
Goetho appealed to tho Intellect of
men, Schiller to tho emotion. Ho con
cluded with the noblo-trlbuto paid to
Schlllor by his brothor poet Gootho.
Tho condition or Prof. F. C. French,
who underwent a serious operation on
Sunday, was reported last ovoning to
bo very favorable.
Crescent Bowling Alleys
Company B Reception.
Captain White entertained Company
B at the Phi Delta Theta House last
Monday ovonlng in a manner that
arousod great enthusiasm among tho
men. After a fow rounds of peanuts,
fruit and other refreshments some of
tho old men took command. They
woro all loaded to tho muzzle with
enthusiasm and 'each fired such a vol
ley of good cheer that it was doubtful
for a tlmo If tho supply would hold
out. Ringer started out at about 1,000
yards, hitting tho bull's oye every
time with experiences of the good old
days. Waldron, Hewitt, Towno and
McCallum followed up at double tlmo
shortening the range and smashing
the target until Captain ChaBO took
up tho charge, unfixed bayonetts and
at a rapid fire gait told tho boys how
Company B could win tho coveted
cup. The battle field was at fever heat
when White brought up tho heavy ar
tillery with a history of B company's
colors and plea for morning drills.
The Boldiers dispersed with a firm de
termination that Company B wus to
bo the cup company this year.
Breakfast a Success.
Tho Annual May Morning Breakfast
given at St. Paul's Church last Sat
urday morning by the girls of the Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. proved to be an
excellent success and the neat sum of
fifty dolars was cleared above expenses
by tho management. Tho net pro
ceeds of tho affair are unusually largo
and the management of the breakfast
Is to be congratulated on Its success.
Tho management desires to express its
thanks to all the sororities of the
University for so kindly lending their
efforts In tho attempt to make It a
success; to tho literary societies which
rendered tho same valuable servIo;
to tho domestic science girls who
aided In cooking and serving the
breakfast; and to tho city merchants
who furnlahod tho 'eatables."
Tho following Is the financial re
port of tho May Morning Breakfast:
Tickets sold and door receipts $88.25
Help - 7.00
Groceries and cream 19.09
Total . ... $32.09
Balance on hand $56.16
Mr .Rice Visits.
Mr.jJohn D. Rice, editor of the Ne
brnskan for 1903-04, paid tho Univer
sity a flying visit yesterday to renew
his college spirit and incidentally vote
for tho right men at the Athletic Board
election. Rice, whojis now repotting
for tho Omaha World-Herald, tolls of
dally scoops over tho Omaha Bee and
News, and Is evidently keeping up
tho record he made in school when ho
never failed to scoop tho local papelfe.
A display of fraternity and Univer
sity pictures tastily arranged in one
of Miller & Palnojs big display win
dows Is attracting considerable atten
tion among University students. The
photographs are by Townsend and rep
resent almost every University organi
zation. C. E. Cotton returned yesterday
morning from Colorado Springs where
he went as a delegate from tho local
chapter- of. -Sigma Chi to aid In tho
establishing of a chapter of that fra
ternity in Colorado College.
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