The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 04, 1908, Image 2

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVER8ITY OP NEBRASKA.
Lincoln. NobraBka.
fWUSHEO EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
PriltciUoi OtflCI, 126 HO. 14th St.
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Edltor-ln-Chlef Rom Kino, 08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fenlon, '08
Associate Editor R.L. Harris, 10
BU8INE88 8TAFF.
Manager George M. Wallace, MO
Circulator W. A. Jones, 10
Assistant Circulator L. J. Weaver, MO
OFFICE HOUR8.
EdItor-ln-Chlef 2 to 4 p. m.
Manager 9 to 10 a. m.
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Post'offlce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies. 5 Cents Each
Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
foi at the rato of 10 centa per Irmortlon
for every fifteen worda or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly be published free
Entered at the postofTluo at Lincoln,
'Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
tinder the Act of Conpross of March 3.
187D.
Last ovonlng'B Star contnlnod a
statement to tho effect thnt the stu
dents of tho fjnivorslty can Vote If
they desire to do bo.
They can vote In tho coming elec
tion only In cases whore thoy are not
depondent upon others for support
and tire not merely attending the
Unlverelty for the purpose of obtain
ing an education, rfow many such
students are thoro In the University
of Nebraska? Not to exceed ten per
cent of the student body. Then de
duct the number that are otherwise
disqualified and how many voters
have you? Tho Civic League and the
RESULTS TELL!
W claim to be tho best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and are
hart' to prove It Our methods aro the VERT LATEST and our work
sea the best that money can securo.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
aarlnking in any way. We also clean gentlemen's" clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilised. We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD & CO.
Phene Eell 147 1820 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEE. Phone Auto 1292
.prohibition cauBe in Lincoln ought to
want only legal votes, yet Buch -organizations
for a good cause are
wont to leave the question unsettled
so that, "students can settle tho mat
ter for themselves,"
To conBtrue the case of tho Wes
leyan students "to mean that students
In general have a legal right to vote
if they. merely express their deBlro to
change their residence to Lincoln is
the tvery worst sort of pettyfogglng.
Thoro is no matter of Intention In the
case. 4c man's personal desiro to cast
his vote for prohibition In Lincoln
gives him no legal right to vote and
the representatives of tho Civic
League have plainly, if not intention
ally, -withheld an adverse opinion In
tho matter In tho hopes that Btudents
would be carried by their enthusiasm
Into voting.
- What are the national issues for
the next campaign T- The Nebraska
Domporatic platform and the' Ohio
-Republican platform contain almost
'lh: game words on the tariff question,
i'MiyBrya'ri makes the statement; one
1 toy ttattV Republican, are to blame
for the recent financial panic and the
next day says they are not; the cur
rency question is ono on which oven
the members of CongreBB have not
yet formed their opinions. About the
only issuo Beems to bo on the ques
tion of centralization vb. state rlghU.
This 1b a question on which students
of history ought to' tiaVo "an opinion.
A prominent Btudent of the Unl
varsity recently made the remark
thut he Intended to go to some othe
school next year In order to avoid
the many afllllatlons which he had
formed at Nebraska and which took
till his time in school. His sonti-
mentB express wlmt is to many a
si rlous question while in college. How
much ought a student to mix? There
are those who say Immediately that
he ought to take part in all the school
irtercst that he has an opportunity to
participate in. The trouble Ib that
he will have too many opportunities.
A man Ib In school primarily to got
on education In the broad sense of
tho word. He can never get It unleaa
lie holds studies first.
And yet where would a student
spend his Bpare time, for ho ought to
havo spare time, if ho had no suc'u
nfnlintions? He would probably waste
it Instead of using it to the beBt ad
vantage by having It allotted to cer
tain definite outside work. There la
a point at which a student does not
get out of his ' "Interests" all that
be puts In them. This Is reached
when the balance of his time Ib de
voted to ruBtllng for the Alfalfa club
instead of learning something about
the raising of the plant. We nre uil
glad to attend all the functions that
we can and belong to all tho clubs
and organizations that we can but
there is a limit to mortal strength
expressed In that word "can."
Y W. C. A. Noon Meeting Bulletin.
Monday Membership rally.
Tuesday Special prayer service for
the prohibition campaign
Wednesday Praise, service.
Thursday MIbb Vlbbard.
Prldny Missionary Rally.
Louis Llghtner, Law, '03, visited the
University yesterday. Llghtner is a
succesBful lawyer at Columbus, Neb.,
where he is in partnership with for
mer Chief, Justice Sullivan of the Su
pi erne Court. In tho University Lights
nor made a lasting reputation as a de
bater by his work In the Monroe Doc
trine fight with Kansas in 1904. He
was Democratic nominee for Unlveral
ty Regent three years ago.
. Mr. Ray Q. Steele, 1909 forestry,
has just been appointed to the posi
tion of forest guard at a salary of $100
per month. He Is at work in the na
tional forests of Nevada and reports
for duty in Nevada April 15. Mr.
Steele has had ' considerable experi
ence in riding the range which, with,
his technical forestry training should
make him a rafuahle man for tho
UiliteatattMOTpBervide, '
The Harvard Medical School
With the completion of tho now buildings, which were dedicated Sep
tember 25th, 1S06, this school now has facilities and equipment for teach
ing and research In tho various branches of medicine probably unequaled
In this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four aro devoted entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals afford abuhdAnt op
portunities ror clinical instruction In medicino and surgery.
COUR8E FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four years' courso, open to bachelors of nrts, literature, philosophy
or science, and to persons of equivalent standing, leads to the degree of M.
D. Tho studies of tho fourth year are wholly elective; they Include labora
tory subjects, general medicino, genoial surgery and tho Bpeclal clinical
branches.
Tho next school year oxtends rrom October 1. 1908, to June "24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL 8CHOOL, Boston, Mass.
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v U 0 " 80 everything in the way of cakes, pies,
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tCy&Zrm Croam after tho show.
Boll 456 Phone us for Prices Aulo 2214
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UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN.
April 10.
Junior Informal Temple.
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.
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
ing. Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
Sophomore Hop.
Just received, the handsomest lot
of ladies' tan pumps and oxfords you
over Bttw. Sanderson's.
J. J. Runner, '07, who Is teaching
hi the Kearney high school Ib visiting
at the SIg Alph house.
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, corner 11th and O
Tho best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Marshall, students barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O, under Famous.
"Your next" Arlsto Barber Shop,
1206 O St.
Swell spring tan oxfords, $3 to $6.
Sanderson's.
Dr. Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
NEW POSTAL RULING
By a recent order-of the Postmaster
General, no daily newspaper Is al
lowed to send copies to subscribers
who are three months or more in ar
rears. There are a few of thb sub
scribers to the Daily Nebraskan who
are in arrears-to that extent and un
less payment is made in the near fu
ture the subscriptions will be stopped.
We trust that this will not be neces
sary and thai the' circulation of this
pfaper may not need to be reduced by
the oversight of some of our friend,
If your subscription is unpaid, kindly
mail a money order or draft to the
manager as soon as convenient.
This order goes into effect April 15.
Let us take your measure today and
make to your order a suit that is perfect
in Style, Fit. Workmanship and Quality
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Social nights Mon. and Frid., 8 to 11
Beginner'B night, Wednesday, 8 toll
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