The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 11, 1909, Image 2

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
CONVOCATION-Thursday, March 1 1
Stereopticon Lecture
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THE pnOPBHTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Lincoln. NobrnsUfti
' MUSHED EVERY DAf EXCEPT SUMBAY AIM MMBAjf
DY THE STUDENTS PUB, BOARD. ,
Jpjicitlti Olflca, 126 No. 14th St.
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Editor Herbert W. Potter
Managing Editor Victor B. Smith
. Anocjato Editor Philip Fredericks
BUSINESS STAFF. '
Manager W. A. Jones
Circulator T. A. James
Assistant Circulator.......... Lesllo Hyde
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Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflco, Station A, Lincoln, Nob.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
, Single Copies. B Cents Each.
Telephone: Auto 1B88.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo cliargod
for at tho rato of 10 cents por Insertion
for ovory flf toon words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notlcoa and Unlvorslty bullottnB
will gladly bo published froo.
Entored at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-class mall matter
under tho Aoi of Congress of March 3,
1870.
.THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1901).
Tho Btnto fnnn Ib Indeed n most un
usual tnfltltution. It Ib qulto beyond
comprehension that bucIi n strango
BtUto of affairs could havo existed
thoro. It might bo w8bq for tfio
Authority to mako arullng that all
young men must mako thoir dates
with young Indies through' tho ofTlco,
and thitB an exchange could bo OBtnb
llBhed that would oquallzo conditions
and keop any unfortunates from being
neglected.
Tho unlvorslty Y. M. 0. A. hna iu
queBted that tho Dally Nubrnsknn be
turned over for ono day to a staff
to bo appointed by tnu organization
and that this ono Ibbuc bo devoted to
tho interests of that society. The
Y, M. C. A. Ib ono of tho most im
portant factors In university lifo and
Its Influence Is felt In all collego ac
tivities. It is therefore considered
highly proper that tho request of tho
Y. M. C. A. should bo granted, and
in acocrdanco with tho wlBh of thnt
organization tho issue of April 1st
will bo Jn tho hands of a special staff.
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Mrs. Silesce Dales-Knapp
Violin Recital '
Memorial Hall
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Eleven A. M.
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improvements are required at tho
state farm.
Tho present legislature was elected
on the economy platform, on tho
pledge thnt they would keop tho ex
penses of tho stale at as low a point
as possible. It was therefore only
natural that they should feel tho
pinch of poverty and cut all appro
priations down as much as thoy could.
Even those who feel most disappoint
ed over the smallness of tho final ap
propriation muBt admit that, when
everything is considered, tho lcglBla
turo has been fair to all concerned.
The university' Is not an alien Insti
tution existing within tho state; it is
tho most important proporty of tho
state, the chief charge of tho legisla
ture. The university must flourish to
gothor with the other institutions of
tho state or It can never flourish at
all. Tho Idea must bo uprooted opco
and for all that the university is a
foreign something which cornea ovory
two years to drain thVirensury of tho
state and to burden tho people.
Tho university is theflowdr of tho
educational system of tho state. Its
welfare Is ono and tho snnio with tho
welfare of the people of the state. As
the people of tho state gr6w in wealth
and numbers, bo gradually must tho
university grow in power and posi
tion. The step frpm poverty to wealth
is not one to bo taken in a day, but
a gradual development coincident with
the development of the Btato.
10,000 8TUPENT8.
They most certainly have sot for
themselves a high stnndard at the
University of Illinois. Tho student
daily grandly proclaims that fifty
years from today tho University of
Illinois will have 10,000 students and
1,000 professors and instructors. Hero
are the words of tho-edUorQL iho
Daily Illlni:
"Fifty years from tqday tho Uni
versity of -Illinois will have 10,000
University Bulletin
MARCH
Thursday, 11 Violin recital by Mrs.
Sllenoo Dalos-Knapp. Convocation,
Memorial Hall, 11 a. ra.
Friday, 12. Pnllndian Literary Soci
ety. Miss Vera Upton. Palladlan
Hall 8 p. m.
Union Socloty. Irish Program. Un
Ipn Hall 8 p. m.
Friday, 12 Junior-Senior inter-class
debate Memorial Hall 8 p. m.
Saturday, 13 Hawkoyo Club moots
with -Prof, and RJrB. Chatburn,
2805 P St. Evening.
Saturday, . 13 Sonhomoro-Frcshman
inter-class debate. Memorial Hall
8 p. m.
Tuosday, 10. "Collogo Settlement, '
by Dr. Eaves. Convocation, 11
a. m,
Tuesday, 1C Sophomore olectlon of
qfTlcers. Memorial Hall, 11:30 a.tq.
Tuosday, 16. "Factors Affoctlng
Stream Flow," by Dr. G. E. Gon
dra. N 7 at 7; 30 p, m.
Tuesday, 10 'Commercial Forest
Nuraorlos," L. O. Williams. N. 7
at 7:30 p, m.
Friday, 10 "How May the Spread tof
Infectious Diseases Be Prevent
ed?" Dr. H. H. Waito. Temple,
5:00 p. m.
Friday, 19 Morcor Y. M. C. A. Tem
ple Theater, 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, 23. "Tho Land That Is
Different," Rev, Oilman. Convo
cation, 11 a. in.
Saturday, 20. Intorclass Tournament.
Gymnasium 8 p. m.
Tuesday, 30. Forestry Lecturo: "For
mation of ForoBt Soils," by Prof
Rarker. "Moisture Study In For
est Soils," Prof Hoyser. N 7 at
" 7:30 p. m.
APRIL
Frdayf 2 "The ProhlfW for Euro
- poana In Golonlzjng(tho.Troplc,'
Dr. F. Crolghtbn Wolfinan, of
Washington., D. O. Templq B-p, -riu.
Frldoy, 23-Socla PrpblonVa Jn, T1eir
Relation tp PtMJq Health," Prof.
Georgq E Hpward. Temple 5 p. ro.
U4I,,0. twoStofzs 1415,0.
Just a little svycetner to my big
$2.50 Hat 8ac about 20 dozens of
my .Regular 8prlng lines added to my
big factory clean up, give you tho
largest stock a Lincoln store has ever
shown to select from, and all $2.50
you can't pay more.
RECEIVE8 FAIR TREATMENT.
Tho consideration of university
affairs by tho state legislature has
now proceeded far enough so that It
Is liouslblo to tell with accuracy what
financial support will bo given tho
university during tho next two years.
It sepnis fairly certain hat tho uni
versity will got $100,000 for Improve
ments above tho regular mill levy.
When one considers all tho condi
tions that have ontored Into tho de
cision of this question, ono who looks
at tho matter from an unprejudiced
viewpoint cannot help feeling that the
university has, to say tho least been
treated fairly, by tho legislature. To
bo" sure, much more was aslcod for,
and much more is needed to give Ne
braska a really first class equipment,
but tho unlvorslty can now go forward,
with the- steady development that has
characterized its past history without
being crippled by the lack of funds
during the next two years.
It will be possible with tho money
that is provided to acquire a new' ath
letic field besides enough ground to
hold whatever now. buildings will be
required for several years. It will be
possible to erect a now wing either to
the museum or the chemistry building.
It will also ha possible to. make what
students. Ono thousand professors and
instructors will be needed to minister
to tho educntlonal-needs' of tho youth
of the stato who will gather at the.
state university. All these things,
providing, of couroo, that tho prosont
progress continues, and there is no
.reason to 'believe that it will not.
"President James and tho heads of
departments of tho university have
realized the great future In store for
the institution. They havo also for
soen the needs" of a great academic
body which will rank in h'umber and
in the standard of Its scholarship
with that of any similar organization
in tho United States."
Tuesday, 27. Forestry Locturc: "Sci
entitle Problems in Forest Planta
tions," by Prof. Phillips. N 7 at
7:30 p. m.
Happenings of the Past
MID-3EME8TER EXAMINATIONS
To Be Held March 22-27 With Vaca
v tlon Two Weeks Later.
Mid-term examinations' will bo' held
In all departments of, the university
March 22-27 inclusive. The" tests are
expected to cover al the work of
the semester, in the respective classes.
They' will be held at the regulaficlass
recitation hours in the rooms occu
pied for the dallyWork of tho diff
erent divisions.
Ea&ter recesB will this year begin
at 6 p. m. April 7 and 'close at 8 a.
m. April 14. Thla pWes a six day
vacation from Wednesday to Wednes
day and including Easter Sunday.
Seven Years Ago.
Seniors planned to hold a class din
ner. This was tho first time that any
thing of this kind was attempted at
tho University of Nebraska.
Six Years Ago.
The university was aroused over an
epidemic of stealing and tho matter
even wont so far that the smallesifr
tides wore not Bnfe when not under
lock and koy.
Five Years Ago.
' A hand-to-hand combat occurred
between tho junior and senior classes.
Tho cause of the troubld was a chal
lenge painted on a board and nniled
by tho senior class to tho top of a
telegraph polo on the campus.
Four Years Ago.
Junior annual was dedicated to
Dean Richards of tho engineering
school. Tho selection was made at
a secret meeting of tho Sombrero
board. , v
, .Qne year Ago.
Arthur Jorgonson accepted a posi
tion as secretary of tho Wisconsin uni
versity Y. M, C A. V ' "
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Frank R. Roberson
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The Last Days of Messina
A graphic description of the appalling devastation on the Island
of Sicily wrought by the recent earthquake. . Mr. Roberson has JuBt .
returned from Messina with a largo collection of photographs' taken'
by himself, and began his lecture tour with theso views only one
week ago In Now York City. i
ST. PAUL CHURCH Friday Evening, March 12
Admission 35 cents
Who's Your Tailor?
OUR FASHION PLATES SHOW NOT ONLY THE MOST AU
THORITATIVE IDEAS REGARDING THE SEASON'S STYLE8, BUT
DESIGNS OF UNUSUAL ATTRACTIVENE8S.
WHEN WE TAILOR ONE OF THESE IDEAS RIGHT INTO
pLOTHES MADE EXPRESSLY FOR YOU, WITH ALL THE D5S
TINCTIVENES8 OF YOUR OWN INDIVIDUALITY, YOU OBTAIN
FIT AND SHAPELINESS NOT FOUND IN CLOTHING MADE
FOR NO ONE IN PARTICULAR.
SINCE WE MAKE TAILORED-TO-ORDER CLOTHES OF 3UR
PAS8ING EXCELLENCE FOR
$15.00
WHY SHOULD YOU PAY MORE, OR WEAR ORDINARY
8TORE CLOTHING? WE CAN PLEA8E YOU.
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
We can give you the best prices, best goods, best service
Capital Grocery BA$Ifiih 1435 M St
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Hot Lunohcs a Specialty. r
lQW ' -Candies and Ices.
-i 1307 0 St. Phanis: Auts 2214, Bill 456.
WANTED--A RIDER AGENT
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and district to
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ample Latest Model "Kaugcr' bicycle furnished by us. OurazenU ccr "hem arc
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nr Munivx uluwhiiu until you receive and approved your bicycle. Wesliip
to anyone, anywhere in the U. b. without a cent deposit In advance. Prepiy Jrefeit. and
ltow TJSN WAYS' I'HKU TlUALduilnff wludi time you may rldVncl.icycle and
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keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our exnense and van will not he out ore . 7
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cies u is pos.Muio to make
ctory cost. You save io
hccp wie uicycic snip u uacK to us at our expense vmajOMwil
FACTORY PRICES ? $S& K.,bte
to is middlemen's prorita by buyinjr direct of us and have the manufacturer's cuar
antec behind your bicycle. VO NOT MUV a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone
at any firict until vou receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
jrices and remarkablt tfaciul offers to rltlor agentH.
mWILL BE ASTOMSHEn wl,5n yu "'ve our .beautiful catalogue, and
HILL DC nOIUrlldnCU ltudy our BUDerb mode U at the -.vrrfullv
lojvfrtces we can make you this year. We sell the highest tjrade bicycles for less mqney
ilvrnyiJ.0TlirAV1S?Rj- Yc ate s.lUflcV,,!lL,? '-t3 Profit avc WWrv cost.
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HECONU JUANI) IIIOX01.KB. Wo do not mrularly handle second hand bicycles, but
lly have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores, These we clear out
Dtltf'at Dtiees ranrinr from ISU to fit! or RIO. n.rrlr.Tiu ...!.. 'n.'.. T'lif-.i i.-'
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A SELF-HEALING TIRES ZSSgSilU'SS
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S3 JO ter tair. but to introduce we will
wiyQuatampiepairiorffMJtathuithoraer?fJ3),
NO MOIETROVBLE FROM PINCTBRES
NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tbo J
tllM n- Civil. Ilinn.nnl hhIm i IaoI .amj
Over wo hundred thousand pairs now in use.
DESDRIPTIOMt Madelnall sizes. ItUllvelv
and easy ridinsr.verydurableand lined Inside with
my ot
fietlcustomerGBtatiug that their tires liaveon
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in tr Hie uir to escape. We have hundreds of lcttcrsfrom satis.
rubber, which never hcrninc
orous and which closes up small punctures without allow-
unonceortwiceinawholescason. TUpy
ati ordinary tire, the puncture resisting
Dy several layers or nun. specially
tread. The regular price of these tire
aavcrtisiiifrpurposcuwenrcinalctnc
thCTideroi only it.8o per pair. All
apurovni. vouuono.
we
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A" and punoturo strJtis 'H"
and "," ulso rlni strip 'IIH
to provont rim outtlujr. This
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inake-somr, KLASTIO and
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same day letter is received. We ship C. 6. D. on
willallowa cash discount of nrr rntaherfihutnaMtir u- nM. . krmJm it ...!
Ktf ?C!,SASIVWF 0g.Bft W enclose tin's advertVemen We will aUben, one
nickel plated brass hand pump. Tlces to be returned at OUK expense If for any rcafcon they are
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rlJL?rf.r.,ll1inee.Vlel, yu??lxl find nt they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at nnv nrice We
know that you will W well pleased that wl.cu rWMSweSToxall
We want you to scud us a trial opler nt once, hence this remarkable tire offer. 8 ' f
IF' YOU MEED TIRES don't buy any kind at any price until you send for n pair of
7iT .J? Tii "ir 3 "" T . HKetl'om Puncture-ProoT tires on anpro-al and trial at
inciKi1 J"trod Vct0,X pri?e quotf d PYc: or.write for pur big Tirp and Sundry Catalogue wlticb
descrlbead quotes aft makes and kinds of tires at about half the ? usuar prices. y vulu0fcUC Y,UVM
DO MOT WAIT SSSlV1.? p0Vpl todoy- DO NftT tuiNK OF UUVING a bicycle
a - - crJi r $) of tires from anyone until you -know the new audwoudcrful
offer we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NO W. uu"wo,mc"u'
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