The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 13, 1908, Image 2

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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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BY- THB' STUDENT' PUBj--BOARD
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Editor ItrChlaf Rom Klfig, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fenlon, '08
Aswclste Editor R. L. Harrli, 10
BUSINESS STAF.
Manager George M. Wallace, '10
Circulator W. A. Jonee, 10
Assistant Circulator L. J. Weaver, MO
OFFICE HOURS.
Edltor-ln'Chlef 2 to 4 p. m.
Manager 9 to 10 a. m.
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Llncolhj Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
8lnglo Copies. B Cents Eaoh
.Telephones.: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charred
lor. at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion
for every fifteen wordB or fraction thereof.
FnouUy notlceB and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free
4 Entered at the postofflco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Oonpress of March 3,
1879. .
Booker T. Washington, In his recent
address beforo the TuBkegee Confer
ence, argued that "academic culture
must be wed with work." That 1b
good, advice for black or white and
ought to bo remembered by those af
fected by spring fever.
. The Michigan men are provided
with a smoklifg room adjacent to the
study room. A Columbia professor
comes forward with the proof to bIiow
that smoking is a good thing for tho
sludentB. Undoubtedly such Investi
gations are popular and there ought to
be no trouble lu getting data for them.
AUCTION' WE HAVE TO MOVE
v ' store to be Remodelled
Many students are taking advantage of our
' auction now going on.
HALLETT, Jeweler, 1143 0 Street
E8TABLI8HED 1871
The editor of Life thinks that the re
sults obtained are all a pipe-dream.
It la often asserted that a university
Is rated by Its standing In athletics.
Perdue still holds her reputation with
the college paper coming out dally
with the question on the front page:
"What Is the trouble with athletics
at 'Purdue?" Columbia seems to run
right along without football. There aro
a few other things that decide tho
rank of a school or else Nebraska will
have to be classed below St. Louis;
and that w,ould be a Joke.
Don't forget the Y. M. C. A. sup
per Friday 'night. It Is an opportuni
ty to mix with men In the University.
Turn out and see how many fine fel
Iowb there are in school who aro glad
to know you men that you may ne'vo
meet otherwise. There are other ways
o.' getting acquainted besides being a
politician and here Is one of them.
If every college and university in the
country should hold annual exercises
as interesting 'and-well alte'nded as
those of last Tuesday how long would
In tako.l to create enough sentiment
t' realize universal'" peace .The next
generation ought to accomplish a large
part of thotask
FORE8TRY -DEPARTMENT.
A circular enttyjed "What Forestry
Has Done," Just published by the
Forest Service, and obtainable upon
application to tho forester, Washing
ton, D. C, rovlews the forest work of
the leading foreign countries.- The
chief lessons which may be learned
from them aro summarized as follows:
What forestry has done In- other
countries shows first of all, that fores
try pays, and that It pays best where
the most money la expended in apply-.
ing it. The United StateB 1b enor
mously behindhand In Its expenditure
fOr the management of the National
Forests, but nevertheless returns have
already Increased with increased ex
penditure for management.
A second lesson, clearly brought
home by foreign forestry, Is the need
of timely aotlon, since forest waste
can bo repaired only at great cost.
Third, private Initiative does not suf
fice by itself to prevent wasteful for
eBt use. England, it is true, haB so
far consistently followed a let-alone
policy. However, England has been
depending upon foreign supplies of
wood. Now that all Europe Is running
behind every year in the production of
wood (2,620,000 tons), and there are
unmistakable signs that countries
which lead as exporters of wood will
have to curtail their wood exports,
England is at last feeling her de
pendence and is. speculating uneasily
on to where she can certainly secure
what wood she needs in the future.
Fourth, when the forest countries
aro compared as to wood Imports and
exports, and when It Is realized that a
number of the countries which prac-
tlce forestry are even now on the
wood-Importing list, the need of for
estry In the wood-exporting countries
Is doubly enforced.
Russia, Sweden, Austria-Hungary
mid Canada, for Instance are making
good the wood deficit of a large part
or the world. Sweden cuts much more
wood (106,00,000 cubic feet) than she
produces; Russia, in spite of her on
ormous forest resources, has probably
entered the same road; ' and England,
the leading-Importer of wood, must
count more and more on Canuda. But
the United States consumes every year
from three to four times the wood
which Us forests produce, and. in due
time will doubtless take all trie wood
that Canada can spare. In other words,
unless the countries of the western
hemisphere apply forestry promptly'"
and thoroughly, they will one day
assuredly - be held responsible for
a world-wide timber famine.
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Jess Caley went to Ames, Iowa, last
yeok to assist In the Installation of
a chanter of Alpha Tau Omega, He
gave a toast at the banquet on "Col
lege Life."
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F U L L D R
We have just received
FULL DRESS SUITS ,
J325 0St, FARQUHAR
UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN.
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Friday, Marches;
FreBhman Hop.
Saturday, March 14.
Senior Informal. . ,
7:30 p. m.- University Hall 106.
StudentB- Debating Club meets.
8:00 p. m. Temple.
"Jeanno D'Arc," by Miss Howell.
Friday, March 20.
7:00 p. m. Temple.
A. J. Elliott, International Students1
Secretary for the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday, Marhc 21.
8:00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls' basket-ball. Minnesota vs.
Nebraska.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Lincoln Hotel.
Senior Prom.
New spring shoes. Tan and patent
leather low shoes will be extensively
worn this spring. We have a largo
variety of the latest styles at popular
prices. Call and see them. Rogers &
Perkins, 1129 O.
If you have not planned your sum
mer's work may I see you? If a
guaranteed salary looks good to you
call anyhow. The King-Richardson
Co., per R. C. Grifflth, 323 No. 13 A
3051 Auto 3106.
A Sale of
Copyright Books
250 titles. Most of them selling
everywhere up to the present time at
$1.08.
By special arrangement toith the
original publishers and the authors,
these books haoe .been brought out in
a large edition at a loto price.
They are in good type and attractioe
covers. They are the best -recent stor
ies of the best authors.
At present they are all represented
on otfr sheloes.
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DR. J. R. DA VIS
DENTIST
Office hours 9 to 3. Sundays 10 to 11.
SPECIAL RATE TO STUDENTS
Over Bank of Coinmerco, 18th & O Sts.
THE 'INI' SMOKE BOUSE
Welcomes all students) ind Invites you
to enjoy our Smdklnfc ipjT Reading
Room. It's a pleasure tq.ojease. Try.
us. ' ;'
"UNI" SMOKE 'jfolisE.
1132. CM STREET
PmY Dmi School
0,Wnif Advanced, Monday;
Beglntufra, Wednesday and Saturday.
Social night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
In Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241.
The ACME
liwllnf , Billiards, PmI and Clears
The Flnesl Pisco In the Weal. 93 P Street
MEMMEfNJ CANNON CO.
The Catholic Students' Cluh meets
Friday evening at Thirteenth and M
streets. All members are kindly re
quested to attend.
& PAINE
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