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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1907)
8 Sk S. F. Westerlield
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8 jjXtfMgj PARTIES b
Q Q llellPhohe 380 X
Q Auto J395 Q
R A Specially In Oysters in Season 8
8 117-19-21 No. 13th St. 8
BOLTON AT CONVOCATION.
WHEN STUDENT WMTS
THERE IS HO DEHYIHO THAT
HE WANTS IT PRINTED IN
The New Century Printers
1241 N STREET
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
' AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
Fo- Good, Prompt
136 North Eleventh
Bell 348. Auto 3881
Discussed .Laws of Growth and Devel
opment of Personality.
Dr. IU)1 ton gnve an Interesting find
Homowluit nnuiBlng talk tit Convoca
tion yesterday morning on the subject
"Some Aspects of Personal
Growth' showing how wo come to at
tuln an Idea of our own self-respect
and tako on a personality.
Wo learn these psychological facts
by studying children and primitive
men, and there are three laws govern
ing the growth and development of
personality. Under the. first law every
Individual struggles to exalt himself,
I to intensify self, and this is shown in
a variety of forms, in feelings of
triumph, excellence or self-will. When
1 small boys play they are men, or act
ing "big and Bmart," it is chaructorls-
I tic for them to be stilted and unnnt-
! ural when under the gaze of other peo-
pie. It bIiowb Itself In boasting, brag
I glng, telling storloB to excite interest,
1 in cruelty to animals or people. Solf-
; importance crops out in a desire to
, break windows or make a groat deal
I of commotion.
I People, In order to lise above the
situation or tho common level, tuke
on some affectation, either In form of I
i language or attitude, as In talking to
babies or to animals tho voice is
pitched higher. Gaines also show the
there is a certain triumph enjoyed
over other people. I
The second law Is manifest when
others attempt to exalt and we try to
avoid the rebuff or strike off the blow.
There Is a sacrcdness of personality to
be guarded when one is called names
and he resorts to incantations and
j rhymes to get even. People often lie
when they mean the truth, as a child
. ill say he "doesn't care for jelly on
bread." Thus wo toll lies to children,
to sick people, to enemies or strangers
and do not consider them lies unless
they are found out. Mean tricks nre
played on April 1, on St. Valentino's
day and Hallowe'en. Dr. Bolton BayB
the Cornhusker is the means the stu
dents tako to pay theli' respects to
tho Faculty. Wo consider no harm is
i dono If an apology 1b made, but apolo
gies are a terrible scourge to society.
You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
Where Can I Get a fiacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of course
Do Your Washing
t. !.... i ,i
1210 O Str.
THE TINE CANDIES
rULiMJlVl assortment of candles
COME IN of.our own make.
PONT BE A CHUMP
i i i. ii ii im
If you want to go out in society
dress right. We make clothes
to fit you. Not made for a dum
my and altered to fit you. Dress
Suits or Tuxedo Suits to order
$30.00 up. Suits and Overcoats
to order $20.00 up.
Latest Eastern Styles
Makers of GAPS, 60WHS and HOODS
To ths Annrlcan tallages and Unlverslllas.
CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTT
Rilliblt Materials RiasonablB Pricii
Professor Harbour and Roy Pepper
berg last Friday visited the coal mine
at Peru, Nebr., and were very much
pleased with the results of tho trip.
The mine consists of a bed of coal
over thirty Inches thick, and It Is now
i being worked by a force of about eight
i men. So far about one thousand tons I
have been removed. Samples were i
brought back to be analyzed and a re-,
port will be made to tlie governor.
This is the only coal mine In operation
1 In tho state.
The IVY PRESS
Ha te PRINTING
Why Not Let Them
Do It Now?
NEW LOOATION-212 8. 12th.
Mrs. Maria Musson of Champaign,
Illinois who has been spending the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. G. W.
A. Luckey, will leavo next Friday
ovenlng. She starts for homo now
In order that she may bo accompanied
as far aB Chicago by Professor
Luckey who after a few days spent In
Chicago will continue his trip to
I UNION COLLEGE
For First Glass Tailor
ing at Low Prices , . .
Auto, 48 College View
I4th &. O
Swellest Lunch Car In
I serve bettor qoautt
than any lunch car
la the city,
aood drub W.P.Komp, Caterer
Dr. Skinner haB succeeded in de
tecting anomalous rotation and differ
ential absorption of light In iron films
placed in a magnetic Held. This refers
to tho effect In tho absorption region
of tho spectrum, In which tho effect
Is "completely reversed by passing
through that region. This phenomena
has been discovered In sodium vapor
and in one other substance, but has
previously been looked for in vain In
all other elements.
R B S U L TS TELL
i i i i . . l.H.
Wo claim to be the best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and
are here to prove It Our methods and machinery are tho VERY
LATEST and our workmen the best that money can secure.
Wo clean the finest dreBses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking, and guarantee not to lnjuro them In any way. Wo also
clean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods' thoroughly storillzed. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Bell 147 1320 N street Phono Auto 1203
Call or write for price list Lincoln, Nob.
J. C. Wood & Company
DOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ooeoo o o o
Gregory's Washed Goal $6.50
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