The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 10, 1906, Image 2

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A consolidation of
The Ilcsporlan, Vol. 11, The NonruBkan,
Vol. 10, Bcnrlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by the Hesporlun Fubllsh
Ing Co.
Entered as second class matter,
March 14, 1906, at the Post Offlce at
Lincoln, Nob., under the Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
Board of Directors.
X WP. Stout. Laurence Fosslor.
H. P. Leavltt.
Dwlght Cramer. A. G. Bchrolbor.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation W. B. Standevon
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, $2 per year In advanco
With tho breaking of ground for the
Temple tho University takes Us first
stop In expansion. By expansion wo
mean the loavlng of tho space of
ground two blocks square and going
mpon other ground for building space.
For tho past forty years tho University
of Nebraska has been satisfied to
limit her campus-to this small space.
It was ovldent to all that Biich a
change must come soonor or lator, and
the breaking away from tho old boun
daries would 80onuo demanded. Tho
Temple Is to begin a new epoch in
Nebraska, for already are plans on
foot to condemn tho land Just north
and west of tho football field Tor build
ing purpose.
Tho Tomploeyen, contrary to the
World-Herald, Jato uopne of the finest
buildings that Nebraska lias over erect
ed, and it will, In future ycafs,bo one
of tho monuments of our University.
Such gifts aro tho means which othor
schools nro using to forge ahead, and
there is no sensible reason why our
University should not bo benefited Jf
tho gifts come this way. Any univer
sity, If It must compete with tho uni
versities, must uso ovory honorable
means possible to attain the greatest
prominence possible as an educational
center. Tho cry oj "tainted money".
Is usually put up by the envious ones,
and comes not from those who aro
really and truly Interested In tho pro
ject for which Biich money Is given.
Chicago University, with Its mil
lions for building purposes, and the
securing of tho strongest profossors J
possible, -has caused the State legisla
ture of Illinois to aid financially Its
State University In Its race for a place
on the samo plane as Chicago. Like
wise California has been forced to ox
pond vast sums of money to compete
with Leland Stanford, Jr., University.
It Is true, of course, that Mrs. Hearst
has helped financially tho work at
California, but the university has como
from a comparatively second-class in
stitution to one of the first rank as a
result of the educational contest. Ne
braska would likewise profit if she had
a private school to fight, but since such
' is not tho case, we must not ho roluc
, tant in the accepting of gifts which
will bo to our advantage in later
years.
81ngle Tax.
Tho April "Arena" will bo especial
ly attractive to frlonds of tho single
tax, aa It contains a very Interesting
and lucid paper on tho single tax by
Mr. John Z. Whlto, and also a full
page half-tone portrait of Mr. White.
An extended editorial considers the
admirable letter recently addressed by
Mayor Johnson to the Cleveland
clergymen in response to their criti
cism of him. In this editorial Mr.
Flower wakes an appeal to tho clergy
men of America to act on the mayor's
suggestions and engage In an earnest
crusade for the bettering of social
conditions. In view of the crusade In
augurated by certain Cleveland clergy
men against Mayor Johnson, after he
had addressed the lotter to them, the
editor of "Tho Arena" addressed com
munications to Hon. Frederic C. Howe,
Rev. H. R. Cooley nnd Prof. Edward
Bomis propounding questions relating
to social conditions and others points
at Issue. The answers from these
three distinguished gentlemen also ap
pear in this ldsuo of "Tho Arena."
Academy Notes.
In spite of. the Incloment wonther
there was a good attendance at tho
meeting of the Debating Club Satur
day evening. The question discussed
was, "Resolved, That It Is for the best
Interests of both tho United States
and Canada that Canada be annexed
to the Unltod States." Mr. Neff and
Miss Stevenson ably defended the af
firmative and Mr. Willis and Miss Mc
Cooden the negative.
After the debate Professor Hodg
mnn made a few Interesting and In
structive remarks and concluded with
tho notice that Mrs. Hodgman was
ready to servo tho members of tho club
with Ice cream and cake. A contest
hi telling stories was then engaged In
with tho result that Mr. Willis com
pletely" vanquished all and carried off
tho prize an extra dish of Ice cream.
Tho students were all enthusiastic In
their praise of Professor and Mrs.
Hodgman for their kind nnd cordial
treatment. Ayote was taken ombody
lng this sentiment.
Mr. Peterson led tho chapel exer
cises yesterday and tho students were
quite urgently warned to ,tako no more
time for vacation than was granted
them. Professor Hodgman also post
ed tho notices that absences, which
took advantageof the allotted time,
would not heexcused.
Tile majority of tho students are re
covering from the effects-of their ab
sences occasioned by the recent epi
Phi Geta Kappa Election Tonight.
Tho annual election of tho Nebraska
chapter of Phi Beta Kappa will take
place this evening. Tho announce
ment of candidates elected will be
made tomorrow at convocation.
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EASTER SUITS
Many fresh arlvals and dainty de
signs, as plain as the strictly tailored
girl wants or as elaborate as the most
dressy occasion requires. All In the
little pony, Eton or bolero styles.
There never has been such a wide
range of colors shown in suits. Many
shades, of gray, reseda greens, Alice
blues, rose shades, lavenders, plumsr
and white, together with the usual
serviceable dark colors.
Shipshape for wear these first bright
days.
Dozens of prices between $13.50 and
$55.
White serge and panama cloth suits,
$20 to $35.
Miller & Paine
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GIVE US YOUR ORDERS FOR COAL AND WOOD
UNION COAL CO.
Auto 3236. Dell 335.
1014 0 STREET
TRY THE FRANKLIN ICE CREAM CO.
FOR ALL ICE CREAMS, ICES, PUNCHES AND
FRQZEN DAINTIES
Reduced prices in large quantities. 1316 N Street. Both 'Phones
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"Wo carry all the loading branda of Cigars and Tobacco,
Special attention given to box tradd.
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Professor French t'o Leave.
Professor French will leave for
Madison, Wisconsin late this week to
attend tho annual meeting of tho
Western Philosophical Association. He
will probably remain during the Easter
recess to visit with University friends.
Y) We bulletin all League-and University Base Ball and Foot Ball Games g
118 No. 11th. Bell 888; Auto 4672.
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The Latin Club will meet Tuesday
evening, April 10,. at 8 o'clock with
Miss Patterson, 022 South Thirteenth
street.
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N. '91.
BOTH PHONES, 1044 Q STREET
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