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THE DAkLY NEBRASKAIN,
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FFtl., 8At. & 8AT. Mat.
The Moonshiner's Daughter
PRICE8: Eve.: 50c, 35c & 25c.
MAT.', 25 & 10 Cents,
WED. MAT. & EVE., OCT. 10.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12.
i ls si t 1 si L 1 1 l tll fr U L 1 sfa A V
THE GREAT FERNANDE-MAY DUO
MR. R. N. BAILEY
Black. Face Monologist
WEST AND HENRY
a Laughable Comedy Playet, "A
Program, Week of October 1, 1906.
FULLER, R08E & CO.
"8llck Dick" s
MARCELL & LENETT
Comedy Horizontal Bar Artists
KIPP & KIPPY
. v MR. BILLY HART
The Musical Monologue Artist
MR. WILL H. SMYTHE ,
Will Sing MIbb Vester Victoria's Illus
Waiting at the Church
Wonderful Album and 8ubpoena
ON THE BIOGRAPH
LADIE8I LADIE8! LADIES!
Look In Halletfs-wlndow, 1143 O 8t.,
and see the Beautiful Clocks to be
Given Away at Tuesday and Fri
3 8HOW8 DAILY 3, 7:45 & 9 p. rri.
ADMI88ION TEN CENTS
Reserved 3eats5c Extra.
Matinee, All Seats, 10c
B. O. Z1NK, Manager
Expert Dry Cleaners and
AUto AAiSr Bell 2028
204 So. TWELFTH
The University Man's Taller. '
iHE FINEST llriRK DONE ANB .PRICES RlBHT'
1230 O & rREfef"
Every Lornl Unlverltr Btuileut
Is urged to pntrontze tlieae IVe
braaknn nilveriliem, nnil to men
tion the pnper while doing mo.
BARBER SHOPS Croon's Palaco. '
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Uni. Book Storo,
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAPE Sam WostorHeld, Don Cam
eron, University School of Music
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller a
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unlantl, Ma
geo & Deehier, Ludwig, The Stert
COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
8om. DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Millor & Paine, Horpol
sheimer DRUGGISTS Blown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FURNITURE The Benway Co.
HABERDASHERY J2.50 Hat Store.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett, ,J. 1.
LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros.
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Georgo
Bros., McVoy, State Printing Co.,
The Ivy PreB's.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafo, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins. SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, Herzog.
THEATERS Olvor, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
DR. M. H. ALEXANDER,
tfentlst. Auto-Phone 2516, 1213 O St.,
The Lincoln Sanltorium.
All kinds of baths and flno plungo.
14th and M.
The First Bnptlst church will give
a reception to all students of the Unl:
versity at the church, Fourteenth and
K streets, on Friday evening, October
A Business Opportunity.
Collier's Weekly wishes to corre
spond with some student desirous of
earning his way thru school by sell
ing artists' proofs of paintings by
noted modern painters. A capable
agent can earn from $10.00 to $25.00
rper week in this way. For further in
formation Inquire at The Nebraskan
An inquiry made at, the rooms of
the Nebraska State Historical Society
recently reveals the rapid growth of
this state. A lady from this city
asked the present price of buffalo
robes, as sho had several she wanted
to dispose of. She was informed that
they are worth froiri one hundred to
three hundred dollars. When she ac
quired them the regular price was one
dollar per skin.
Lost Ladies' gold watch with U.
of N. fob, Sunday night, between S
street and St. Paul's, church. NijmR,,
"Mabel Currier," In back. Initials on
front. Return to 1323 S St.
Every person connected with the
University Book Store Is a student.
Green's Barber Shops are the best
In the West.
', Swell, snappy $3.50 arid $4.00 shoes.
Sanderson's. ' '..""
BummmiiiiV' mmmiHkw'' j-.-niiBiB
Harry W. St.iith is perhaps ono of
I ho best friends the Daily Nebraskan
lms. It ie ho who "gets the paper
Mr. Smith Is foreman of the West
ern Newspaper Union and Democratic
candidate for the legislature.
I3est soft water shampoo-In tho city,
124 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
LoBt On tho campus, a pearl dumb
bell cult button. Please return to Ne
Dean Driscol, '05, is visiting with
his Phi Psi brothers this week. Dean
H engaged in the banking business
at BoiBe, Idaho.
It. A. Van OrBdel, '06, is superin
tendent at Ohlowa. Henrietta Bank
son, '05, and Margaret StevenBon, '06,
are also teaching there.
Win. Holman, who has been fellow
for tho paBt two years In Physics, has
gono-to-Germany to pursue graduate
work in Physics at the University of
R. H. Saxon, ex. '06, has returned
to complete his course In Engineering.
Mr. Saxon has been in the employ of
the Burlington at Casper, Wyoming,
the past year.
Mr. W. D. Harris, fellow In the
Physics department the last two
years, has received the position of pro
fessor of Physics and Chemistry In
the Wesleyan Uuiverslty of West Vir
ginia. Tho American History Department
has done away with the old style of
reading report cards and will now use
small reference cardB which will be
kepLon file, thus facilitating reference
to a student's work during the year,
and also keeping a record of it for
Tomorrow afternoon the flrst recep
tion and tea will be given to tho co-
feds by Mrs. Andrews and the Faculty
Ladles. Go and get acquainted. From
four to aix, In Art Hall, In the Library
Building. The weekly service of the
Y. W. C. A., it is thought, should not
interfere with the reception, as It
comes only from Ave to juix, Friday.
Mrs. Ruth Bryan Leavitt, "one-timo
member of '05, arrived in Lincoln on
Tuesday morning to attend the dinner t
given in honor of -the wedding anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryap by
some of their Lincoln friends. Mrs.
Leavltt is the author of a short drama,
"Mrs. Sherlock, Holmes," which was
produced In New York on the occa
sion of the arrival of her father from
his trip around the world. It, met an
enthusiastic reception. . ,
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OPEN 0 A. M. fO 1 A. 1.
That's vhere you buy the
Fotball floods, Guns, Ammunl
tlon, Edison Phonographs and
Records, Racycles, Bicycles and
Bicycle Sundries. '
Come in and net acquainted.
liwlor Cycle (o.
1324 O STREET.
l JEWELER and OPTICIAN I
X 1210 O STREET &
O Fine repairing a special-' a
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