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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1909)
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THE DAILY. NEBRASKAN
OBJECT TO CRITICISM
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TONIGHT, SAT. & SAT. MATINEE
WITH MASTER RICE
Eve $1.00 to 25c. Mat 50 & 25c.
MON. AFT. 3 P. M.J .NIGHT 8:15,
RUSSIAN SYMPHONY CO.
& BEN GREET PLAYERS
"A MID SUMMERNIGHT'S DREAM"
Mat $1.50 to 50c. Eve $2.00 to 50c.
BHHo Burko Prosents
DICK CROLIU8 & CO.
Ono Boat Act "Shorty"
THE JOSSELIN TRIO
Sensational Aerial Artists
INO. P. ROGERS, BEN N. DEELY
Harmony, Molody and Fun
PAUL LA CROIX
Eccentric Hat Juggler
THE ALPHA TROUPE
America's Greatest Entertainers
In "The Boy In Green"
Billy Morris and 8herwood Sisters
Southern Pastimes and Melodies
Mats. 2:15 (oxcept Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
REVEREND GILMAN SPOKE AT
DEFENDS CHARACTER OF NATION
Declares That Continued Criticism of
the Country Should Not Be
Tolerated by Patriotic
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
Lincoln's Most Popular Play House
Week Starting March ,22.
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
The Cowboy and The Lady
A Western Comedy Drama
Every Night 8:30, Wednesday and
Saturday Matinees 2:30
Beat Seats 25c
Next 'Week the "Little Grey Lady"
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTISER8!
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, Fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c cer Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
POTT LP. POOL
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks WHh Games.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent In the Place.' ,
for Concert or Dances
G. F,.Thornfeurg, -
Ralph J. Reld - - - -
Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, 4J6 So. J7ttw ' Auto 5877.
"The Land That Is Different" served
as the Bitbject of a very interesting
address at convocation Thursday by
Rev. Charles Gilman, .pastor of the
United Presbyterian church of this
city and now a student at the Unl
verslty. Rev. Gilman took for his
dominant noto an optimistic view of
present conditions nnd' contended that
the cry of reform, when or whore
none wns needed, could be carried too
far. The speaker said in part:
"Our land is different from othor
lands nnd our people from other peo
ples. We have not ye"t become fully
conscious of the greatness of our na
tion but we are learning to love our
own great land and patriotism is be
coming more definite. Today we hear
much disparagement of conditions, by
psuedo-refornicrs, which vox the
American people and make them feel
that matters are much worse than
they really are. It Is a fact that
laws could be changed and altered so
as to greatly Improve cdndltlons, but
of greater effect than a mere change
in lawls the operation of the T:oniiffon
sense of the people which will right
Different From Others.
"America is and has always been
different from other countries. No
other nation ever hnd such a begin-1
ning. All Europe added the very best
to be found within its boundaries to
plant the new nation. Men came to
.this continent to achieve a result
which could never have been accomp
lished in their own country. There
was ono groat end In view, one desire
and that was to gain freedom and
exercise liberty and law. With this
great thought In mind they built the
super-structure of a great common
wealth, and evolved the basis of our
"Np nation Jias ever undertaken
what the American people have under
taken. First, It was the establish
ment or Koines, expansion of territory
and then later the great 'military
struggles through which the nation
passed. Those are the marks of our
progress. In later years we have been
occupied in the subjugation of our
mighty resources, which in 1908
equaled in value six billion dollars.
Still this represents only our struggle
for an tixlstance.
"There is a difference In the very
magnitude of- our achievements. We
have overcome .forces superior In
numbers to our own. America wrought
better than she knew when she lib
orated the slaves. The balance, of
trade- In our favor In the last few
years has almost doubled each year
and In thq aggregate is double- that
THERE'S only one man in this
world for us that's "trie'5
young man who wants to be
Get in the Well
Buy Mayer Bros.
Clothes and Shoes
Lincoln's Leading Clothiers
of the business done in the first hun
dred years of our national history.
"Investigations have been common
within recent years and through them
have opened up to criticism every
thing we produce In America. The
meat investigation cut down our meat
trade two-thirds, when at that time
our meat was the beBt tho world pro
duced. Our place In International po
litics must bo held, and It cannot be
held by discrediting our products. Tho
Industry of the- world in a largo de
gree depends upon this continent.
"A balanco of trade in our favor
may not bo considered good by the'
political econopiics, but we know that
a balance of trade In our favor will
produce that which Is essentially nec
essary for tho American people. It
means' that our products go every
where and so produce elsewhere a
bettor product at a lesser cost."
Courteous Treatment Always -and you
Are rsot urged to nave aome-
thing You do Not.Wlsh
The Pioneer Barber Shop
10 S6. Jlth St. Auto 437 Shaving JOc
Successor to Pitts
Siclil Evening - - - Friday
Advance!1 Class - Meriay Eye,
V Class Evenings -" Wei, fc Sit,
Private Lectori! Given ,
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MILLER f PAINE
Saturday Special Vlenroh, :27th
Sox 7 l-2c per pair - 45 l-2c Half Dozen ,r PpcQpzen
sV:V. Special showing of Bull Dog Caps. Come in arid take a; peak.
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1124 N STREET
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