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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1908)
THE DULY NEBRfliSKAIN
Tonight, Wednesday and Wed. Matine.
March 31-AprJI 1
The Lion and the Mouse
PRICES JIO to 50c.
THUR8. & FRI. EVES., APR. 2-3
The Man On the Box
PRICES, $1.50 TO 50 CENTS.
SAT. MAT. EVE. APRIL 4.
Lyman H. Howe's Pictures
Mat. 25 and 10 cents. Eve. 50, 35 &. 25c.
LYRIC THEATRE l
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVE. 7t45 & 9s00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTYCENTS
HOWARD &, GERMAINE
Sensational Casting and Rebounding
John J. Wilde
WHELAN AND SEA'RLES
German Comedy Duo
GEO. BARNES AND IRENE WEST
BAADER LA VELLE TROUPE
The Man That Makes a Noise Like a
Wirt Cmmnclng Menday, Mch.23
FULTON STOCK CO.
In the Delightful Society
Evening prices 15c and 25c
Matinees, Wed. and Sal 15c
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Office hours 9 to 5. Sundays 10 toll
SPECIAL RATE TO STUDENT8
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I BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Every Injral -University Student Is
krgmd to patronise these Nebras
kan advertisers, and to mention
the paper while doing so. I t t
ATHLETIC GOODS Lawlor Cycle Co.
BANKS First TruBt and Savings.
BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Pe-
BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shopa, Marshall, Emmert.
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAFE Savoy, WIndBor, Sams, Dons,
CIGARS Cole & McKnna; Matt'a
BUSINESS COLLEGES Lincoln Bus
CLOTHING Farquhar; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin
coln Candy KItohen; Olympla Candy
Co , Rood, Hirschner-Morse.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'
DENTIBTS Graham, Yungblut, J. R.
DRY GOODS Herpolshelmer; Miller
FLORISTS Chapln; C, H. Frey.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Magee &
Deemer, Mayer Bros., Sterling, O. A.
GROCERIES Capital Grocery.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HATTERS Bydd, Heffley, Lincoln
Hat Co., O. A. Fulk.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Henderson
LAUNDRIES EvanB ; Merchants ;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazek, Hayden,
PRINTERS George Bros.; Simmons.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch ;
Buds; CameronB; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons: Francis Bros.;
Sams; Windsor; Elam's.
SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per
TAILORS Backstrom; Dresher; El
liott; Heffley; Herzog; LudWIg;
Scotch Wollen Mills, Union College
TELEGRAPH S C H O O L Western
THEATERS Jewell; Joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, BIjdu, Wonderland, Elite.
Lincoln Business Collide
Do Your Washing
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
-113a N St.
Social nights Mon. and Fr.id.,,8 to 11
Boginner's night, Wednesday8 to 11'
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
I courses: I
DR HOWARD SPEAK8.
(Contlnuod from pngo ono.)
realized. Dr. Howard re fated the fal
lacies that antl-Haloon IawH are rVt
enforced and that they are a violation
of personal liberty. Ho showed that
prohibition is working In Kansas City,
Kan., and in Maine, the favorable ex-1
amples of the nnti-prohibltioniBtH. The
agitation agalimt prohibition in Maine
is being ""Inade by the liquor people
with the weaponB of resubmission,
high license, and county option. Maine
Is ahead of Massachusetts, where li
cense prevails, as to prisons, poor
houseB, bank savings and school ex
penditures per capita. On the last
point Maine is first in the union and
Kansas second. He showed that Vor
niont and New Hampshire, whore pro
hibition was repealed by the organized
saloon forces would likely Boon re
enact those laws.
Dr. Howard then took up the third
proposition, that the bucccbb of this
revolution mcanB tne triumph of high
er ideals. He said, "From an Idealist
viewpoint, It Is Ignoble to balance rev
enue and buBlncBB success against the
bouIs of men. The boy who Is taught
at home that It Is wrong to drink and
sees the saloons licensed anl protect
ed by the majesty of government,
doubts the wisdom of his parents. The
canker begins its work. With the
clotting of saloons the stamp of Ille
gality and vice Is put on drinking In
drug stores, 'blind tigers,' and 'last
chance' resorts, and the boy sees that
his father Is right. The Ideal Is re
versed." Dr Howard then read statements of
liquor men saying that the continued
succcbb of the liquor business depends
on the recruiting of drinkers among
the youths. One said, "NicTels spent
on treats now, for the boyB, will return
In dollars later."
In closing he said, "We have an op
portunity to participate in a great mor
al reform. If it carries it means better
find purer homes, fewer frivolous mar
riages nnd divorces, better wages, bet
ter education, and a cleaner capital
city, lit to be the Beat of this great
University upon which the people of
Nebraska have lavished so much care.
I wish that we might adopt as our
slogan the cry of Maine that 'Prohibi
tion at its worst Is better than license
at its best.'"
Problem In Economics.
Dr. Howard, In his talk on the sa
loon question at the Temple last Sun
day, gave the economics of a bushel of
corn, as analyzed from the saloon
man's point of view. If you have not
heard it it will be new to you arid If
yoit have heard It, it Is so true that it
will bear repltitlon. Here it is:
"A bushel of corn produces four gal
lons of whiskey, worth $10.80. The
farmer gets forty-live cents, the United
"States government gets 4.40, the rail
road gets $4.00, the drayman-gets fif
teen cents. The retnller gets $7.00, the
consumer gets drunk, the wife gets
hunger, the children get rags, the poll
tclan gets his offlce, and the man who
votes for license gets what?"
Team Whldh Will Bjs Sent to Peru"
As a result of the try-outs Saturday
evening, the Students Debating Club
will be represented in the debate with
Peru Normal by Ross Bates, A. M.
Hare and Elhier Hills, with A. John
son as alternate.
The debate will be held at Peru
about April 25. The question is, "Re
solved: That Municipal Control and
Supervision of Public Utilities Light,
Water, Street Railways, Telephones
Is Preferable to Municipal Ownershop
of There Utilities."
The club will present the negative.
The judges Tor the try-outs were Pro
fessor Conant, and Hinman and R. A.
News From Kansas.
The social reformers at Kansas are
still busy. The Pan-Hellen!c "has done
away with the practice of making out'
dance programs before the night of
the dance. This action is subject to
the ratification of the fraternities,
which It Is expected will co-operato.
Helm Goldman and Carl Eddy, stu
dent manager nnd director, of the
Kansas mandolin club, have been sus-'
pended for three weeks for playing five
ineligible men in a recent concert. -
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