Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1907)
r .. .l
t mil? 1Tet)fraftan
THK PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
FHIUSHEI mm IAT EXCEPT SUHDAT AMI IIHAT
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
PlMKltlM iflHl, 121110. Ht St
JEdltorlhChlef... ..M. A. MIIU, '06
Mimaalng Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager. ..H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENTi ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable in Advance
Single Copies, 8 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charted
for nt tho rate of 10 cents por Insertion
tn mmru lltnnn wnrli nr frnollon thrnf.
Fnculty. notccfl and University bullotlnn
Will gluuiy uo puuimiicu iruot
Entered nt tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nobraskn, ns socond-clnBS mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 8.
Dolow will bo found a statement of
tho numerous candidates for tho presi
dency of tho Freshman class at Illin
ois.. It would seom from tho romarks,
that tho situation at tho University of
Illinois 1b qulto similar to our own sit
uation. Although no now candidates
havo boon announced this wook, it is'
feared that tho postponmont of tho
Froshraan election from Tuosday to
Friday may bring out additional as-.
pirantB. Tho article is as follows:
"Tho IFroshman class election ought
to bo held pretty soon or ovory mem
bor of it will bo a candldato for presi
dent. At tho rate announcements are
reaching tho Daily Illlnl, there aro not
many members loft in tho 'rank and
Alo' of tho class.
"It has heretofore boon tho custom
when electing a Freshman president
to stand tho candidates up where tho
assembled multitude could soo them,
label each ono with his name and
elect tho ono who was best looking.
Wo suggest that candidates announc
. ing horoaftor, got a half tone portrait
of thomselves and run It in our col
umns. Wo can get them for $1.60
c'ach and solicit orders.
Wo claim to bo tho bost GLBANEltS and DYERS in Lincoln and aro
bore to prove it Our methods arc tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can soount.
We clean tho flnost dresBOB and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. We also clean gontlemcn's clothing of all kindB.
Goods callod for and delivered. Ali goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI8T.
J. C WOOD & CO.
Phone Bell 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phono Auto 1292
"Tho Freshman election Is matter
of chance. It ought not to be s,o, but
It can't i)o holpod. Thoro is very lit
tle use of any moro members of -tho
Class announcing thomselves. All are-,
unknown to their follow olussmon and
an announcement tloos them Qlttlo
Whilo tho Dally Nobraskan does not
doubt tho, truth of tho nbovo state-'
niont rolativo to- tho ultimate good,
announcements do, wo howover fool
that tho Freshmen should be' oncour
aged In taking an actlvo Interest in
class affairs. Tho sooner tho Fresh
men begin to know each othor and
' feelt that they have somothlng In com
mon, tho sooner will tho class bo able
to accomplish something. Attend
your 'class meeting when it comes,
"cionVbe a3ead ond.
,Mlaa EnaJBroch of Hastings' is visit
toA&lPPA11 Thola house.
THE DAILY j
..' j '
1 "X Nation's SUleldi" '
Undor the. Above caption tho Chi
cago Tribune, ono of tho loading' met
ropolitan dailies of tho United States,
comments editorially on an article
dealing with Corea written for tho
curcnt issue of tho 'Forum by Profes
sor Maxoy of Nebraska. Tho editor
"Corea has coasod to exist as a. na
tion. The land is there and tho poo
plo and the semblance of life, but for
all that the Corean nation is dead and
Japan is administering tho estate.
Was it murder or suicide? Prof.
Maxoy of Nebraska givos in the last
Forum his reasons for a verdict of
suicide. The Corean governmont kill
od itself. It failed to recognize tho
oondtlons under which alone a nation
Tho woakness of the nation is
shown by its inability to cure tho fos
tering sore of royal misrule. Tho an
nual budget of expenses is an index
of tho conditions from which tho na
tion suffered $1,103,359 for tho im
perial privy purse and $424 for pub
lic works; $1,000,000 for tho funeral
of tho crown princess and $27,718 for
nil public schools in tho country out
sldo tho capital; $5,000,000 for a cow
ardly nnd mutinous army, $450,604
for tho annual expense of keeping in
commission one old gunboat which
constituted tho whole navy of the
country, and an expenditure of about
$250,000 for the palaco guard wore In
stances of throwing money away. Tho
pension bureau spent $14 on expenses
for ovory dollar which reached a pen
sioner. The i. mining bureau did no
work and made no report, but was
paid $15,742. Favored courtiors were
allowed to borrow the dies from tho
mint and strike coins to pass current,
but in which base metal was substi
tuted for precious. Forced contribu
tions wore levied upon tho woalthy
undor the form of oxponsos attending
the conferring of decorations. Tho
whole country was plundored by a
government which had no strength to
protect citizens from private maraud
ers, public grafters or foreign aggros-
Tho form Is of loss importance than
tho substance. Toars were shed over
tho fall of tho old Venetian republic,
although it was in reality a corrupt
and tyrannical oligarchy, a republic In
name only. Corea Is now a subject
state, liko Egypt. But the common
people of Corea will gain by the ex
change of the native rule for that of
Japan. There will bo a stable curren
cy, schools, roads, and a market for
the agricultural wealth of the country.
Tho Corean will have to pay taxes,
but ho will get an equivalent. Tho
Corean empire committed suicide, but
the Corean people ( will enter upon a
For Sale A Victor punching bag In
best of cotidltibn, complete with 'plat
form support ,nnd standing platform.;
Price only, $4,50. Inquire at NSbQlfr'
knn office. V ' ' S? ,,
f M . I iMbMhM'
BcfWUft4TrMtifc' , s u . J -J i SW
FLAT llii ALL
CLASP tHff SILK
HOT and COLD SODA
132 NO. 10TH.
Tuesday, October 22.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Mr. C. B. Anderson
and Mr. Geo. Coupland, republi
can candidates for University Re
gents. 11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Freshmon class meeting.
Wednesday, October 23.
8:00p. m. U. 102.
JofTorsonlan Club moots for election
Thursday, October 24.
11:,30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Sup't. Carroll G. Pearso of Milwau
kee, Wis. "Public Schools and
11:30 a. m.T-U. 205.
Latin Club holds special meeting.
Friday, October 25.
5:00 p. m. Memorial Hall.
Freshman class meets.
G. L. Hedges, E. E., 1907, has re
turned to his work as assistant to
Superintendent Fee, after several
weeks' confinement caused by running
a nail in his -foot.
Wollesloy, this year enrolled four
.Chinese girls, tho first to bo Bent to
ths country by tho Chinese govern
mont. A. R. Wilson, C. E 1907, is working
for tho Pueblo Bridge company at Pu
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
For fine watch repairing or lowelrv
go to E. Fleming, Jeweler, 1211 O St.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old.
Holdelborg, 146 No. Eleventh Btroot.
Tho bost placo to oat In town is at
DonB Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
New line of fall hats. Special atten
tion to students. Nichols, 11G No. 13th.
Try Church's 20 cent meals, Twelfth
and P streets.
Cheapest placo for students, 127 No.
Board, $3.00 per week, 127 No. 14th.
Rooms Rooms - Rooms
New Windsor Hotel
We have now open to studoiits five or six well fur-
nished rooms. Steam heat and electric
" ". ' lights. Will rent for $2 per , " '
$ r T , ,.',, t woe
Flat Clasp Garters "
for solid coriifort. The newest shades
nnd designs of one piece, pure Hk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. 'a pair
all dealers Or by ..mail. "
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelphia
Makers of Pxonttr SutptMtn
Henderson & Hald
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
"Wo manufacture all of our.
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo mako tho finest and 'most
delicious drinks in the city-
TRY OUR FAM6U8 ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUE1T KRAUT"
OLYHPIA CANDY CO,, 1131 0 St.
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZES
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
mnmna or cmeTT HP MONARCH (HIRTI
and jyro, j p
Powered by Open ONI