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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1906)
THE DVkLY NEBRASKAIN,
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Wc arc still in Business
Try Mrs. Day's Hot Waffles
1435 o and Maple Syrup Lincoln
Football tSclieclule for
Sopt. 29 Hastings College, at Lincoln.
Oct. 6, University of South Dakota, at Lincoln.
Oct. 13; Drake College, at Lincoln.
Oct. 20, Ames College, at Lincoln.,
Oct. 27, Doane College, at Lincoln.
Nov. 3, University of Minnesota, at Minneapolis.
Nov. 10, Crelghton College, at Omaha.
Nov. 17, University of Kansas, at Lincoln.
Nov. 24, Chicago University, at Chicago.
Nov. 29, University of Cincinnati, at Lincoln.
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You can secure original stylos at
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There are more McCall Patterns told In the United
States than of any other make of patterm. This la on
account o( their atyle, accuracy and simplicity.
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Green's Bnrber Shops are the best
in the West. ,
Every Loyal University Student
la urged to patronize these IVe
brosknn advertisers, o'nd to men
tion the paper while doing so.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palace.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, TJnl. Book Store,
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Wosterfleld, Don Cam
eron, University School of Music
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, Ludwig, Tho Ster
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
shoimor. DRUGGISTS Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FURNITURE The Benway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
JEWELER-7Tuckor, Hallett, J. 1.
Davis. ' " -
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
PRINTING New Century, ' Georgo
Bros., McVoy, State Printing Co.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe.
SHOESSanderson, Rogers & Per
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, Herzog.
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric.
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
Del Prado is tho name of tho boau
tlful new up-to-dato Lunch Car Just
located on Fourteenth and O streets.
This is no cheap, dirty, greasy, llttlo
hovel, but a large, well ventilated,
elaborate Cafe oh wheels. Every
thing served in this place is of the
very" best quality.
.Buy your shoes at, Sanderson's,
They have the swellest shoes that
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royal patronage waB removed. From
that time on tho company was known
as "Tho Children of tho Revels," and
under that tltlo It gained such a repu
tation that after It finally disappeared,
In 1613, tho namo became a standard
of excellence In dramatic productions.
Even companies of old men assumed
the namo for tho Influence It afforded.
In his research work Professor Wal
laco set a task for himself that has
evidently proved too severe for all
previous Investigators in tho same
field. There are In the Public Record
Ofllco all tho official records of all
tho London courts from tlmo Imme
morial. Many of these, of course, are
Indexed but tho special records that
claimed closest attention came from
tho court of tho King's Bench and
these havo been untouched for over
300 years. Tho records themselves
are Inscribed by hand on skins which
havo been tied up for, years In huge
bundles and which in tho aggregato
weigh many hundreds of tons. Some
of these parchments are In rolls from
200 to 300 feet long and this fact takon
In connection with the strange writing
and the bizarre spblllng then In vpguo
(There was no Simplified Spelling
Board at that time), made tho task of
reading and transcribing oxtromely
difficult. An Interesting fact in con
nection with these parchments is tho
wide range of prominent names that
they bear as signatures. Among these
tho autograph of Queen Elizabeth fre
quently occurs and Mr. Wallace tes
tified to a somewhat "creepy" sensa
tion In examining tho parchments that
boro her namo.
Mr, Wallace Is planning to return
to his work among tho records as soon
as he Is able to do so. He may go back
to England some tlmo next summer
If matters can be so arranged.
In regard to Mr. Wallace's discover
ies concerning tho old Blackfrlars The
ater which have already been made
public, tho Pall Mall Gazette has this
to say: "It Is something of a reproach
to English scholarship that theso dis
coveries Bhould havo been loft t& an
American antiquary; but tho zoal for
research which has Inspired Professor
Wallace may bo welcomed as an out
come of the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy."
There will be a meeting of tho Glee
Club Monday evening at 7:30 In Uni
versity Hall. All old members of tho
club are urgently requested to bo pres
ent,aB the meeting Is to bo held for
rehearsal. An early appearance in
chapel Is being considered. Watch
the. bulletin board. E. H. Johnston,
A new 15 h. p. motor has been In
stalled to run the, machjno ship, re
placing tho old Westlnghouso engine
which has done service for tnrjojLL
years; THe englno will bo rebuilt In
the shops and used in the steam lab
oratory, jwhen room can bo found to
set it up.
An exchange says: A man wanted
a ticket to Omaha and had only a two
dollar bill. It required $3.00 to buy
a ticket. He took tho bill to a pawn
shop and pawned it for $1.50. On his
way back he met a friend to whom ho
sojd the pawnticket for $1.50. That
gave him $3.00. Now who was out tho.
"Rally Day" is to bo observed in
tho Sunday school at the First Bap
tist church, corner Fourteenth and K
streets,, next Sunday morning Sep
tember 30th. Chancellor Andrews will
deliver an address. Special music has
been arranged for. All students .are
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