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The. Moonshiner's Daughter
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MAT., 25 & 10 Cents.
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i'i Black Face Monolbgist
WE8T AND HENRY
lna Laughable Comedy Playet, "A
MR. JACK WILDE
Program, Week of October 1r 1006.
" FULLER, ROSE & CO.
. MARCELL & LENETT
Comedy Horizontal Bar Artists
KIPP'a KIPPY. ,
Comedy i Jugglers
The MuslcaJMonologue Artist
MR. WILL H. 8MYTHEW .
Vill Sing Miss Vestor Victorja'a Illus
. Waiting at th'e Church' - '
Wonderful Album and Subpoena
ON THE BIOGRAPH
LADIES! LADIE81 LADIES!
Look In Hallett's window, 1143 O St.,
and see the Beautiful Clocks to be
Given Away at Tuesday and" Fri
3 SHOW8 DAII
ILV 3, 7:
45- & 9 p. m.
-rADMISSION TEN CENTS
Reserved 8 eats 5c Extra.
MatineejAII Seats 10c
K. C. Z1NK, Manager ,
Expert Dry Gleaners and
Scientific Dyers .
Auto 4428 Bell 2028
$04 So, TWELFTH
Would Like to be Your
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Kvcry Loynl University Student
Is urged to pntroiilxe theitc Ne
brniknn advertisers, mill to incur
tlon the pnper while doing so. ,
BARBER SHOPS Green's Pnlnco.
BOOKS & "STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl, Book Store,
BAKERY Petry Bnkery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional CAFE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
eron, University School o( Music
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
geo & Deemer, Ludwlg, The Stor
ing. COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
Bhelmer. DRUGGISTS Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
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HABERDASHERY ?2.G0 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett, J.. 1.
Davis, F. B. Harris.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bro
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now .Century, Goorgo.
Bros., McVey, State Printing Co.,
Tho Ivy Press.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Por-
kiii8, Electric Shoe Co.
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
TAILORS Unland, Union -College
THEATERS lver, Lyric, BIJou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
j Medical, i.Sodety meets 7:30. -Dr
Nebraska vs.' South Dakota on Cam
pus. . '
Forest Club meets 7:30 p. m,
Dr. Bessoy speaks to University men"
at 3:00 p. m.
Librarian Jowett at Convocation.
Junior Class meots at 11 a. m.
Professor Fosslor on Honrlk Ibsen
Music at Convocation.
Pershing Rifle Hop at Frjitornlty
Nebraska v. Drake on Campus.
Hon. W. H. Thompson at Convoca
tion.. Wednesday, 17th. -
. Erof.G.-TD. Howard jit Convocation.
"Democracy and Genius."
Music at Convocation.
Saturday, 20th. ) '
Nebraska vs. Ames on Campus. '
Nebraska vs. Doano on Campus.
- DR. M. H. ALEXANDER,
DontlBt. Auto Phono 2516, 1213 O St.,
The Lincoln Sanltorlum.
All kinds of baths and fine plunge.
14th and M.
. Hair Dressers.
Best soft water shampoo In the city,
124 No. 12th St, E. Goodman Tanner.
Lost On the campus, a pearl dumb
boll cuff button Please return to Ne
Tho place to buy a fountain pen.
Tho University , Book Store.
Green's Barber Shops are 'the, best
In tho West.1 '.'-, - .. Si
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blkr
Unland wants to make your suit.,
1042 O St.
Call up the Star Delivery Co., Bag
gage. Both Phones.
LoBt Black Waterman fountain
pen, $5.00. Return to Nebraskan
Remember to stop in at F. B. Har
ris', tho Jewolor, and hnvo your watch
Wanted Cppy of WatBon's Physics
in good condition by R. Gantt, 1228 R
Tho Ivy Press is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
especially solicited. '
Francis Sward, who left tho Univer
sity in 1904, is in tho third year at
If you want to . seo tho swellest
things you ever saw in shoes look In
at Sanderson's show case and win
daws. Miss Blanche Hargroaves haji been
appointed a reader In the Department
of English Literature.
Green's barber shops oxcol all
others inho west, Entirely modorn
and tho bestwork assurod.
Frank Beors, 04, and J. E. JBednar,
'OG, who are teaching -lhvBeatrice this
winter, woro campus visitors yester
day. A season football ticket means u
saving to tho purchaser of $1.25, gon
ernl admission, or $1.50rcserved seats.
Buy n season ticket and support foot
"Do you believe In telepathy?"j ho
"Go on," she whispered, as b1io
nestlod closer; Harvard Lampoon.
"Say, Molly, Is your college sectar
"Why, fonialo, of course." YaBBar
Mi. R. S. Bulla, '94i Ibjiow superin
tendent of the Owo8sp Sugar com
pany of, Owobbo, Michigan. Joseph
Vavra, also a former student of the
University, Is chemist In the same
R. T. Young, who received his Ph.,
D. here last spring, has been put in,
cnargo oi me zoology anu Histology
department at the University of North
Dakota. Ho spent the last summer
visiting laboratories in Englnnd, Gor-T
muny and Franco.
The class la History of American
Economy 15 a, will meet hereafter our
Tuesdays and Fridays in U 212, in
stead of U 102, as is given in the
schedule. 15a reports will b6 returned.
In the pigeon-holes in 102, as before,
until a new arrangement can be made.
Notice to Rooters.
Seats .for7 the rooters m next Satur
day's ganfp .wjJLb.erojp.ed off and re
served for men carrying megaphones.
The seats will be tho best in tho
bleachers and. rooting leaders Slaugh
ter and McWilllaras urge an early ap
pearance on the field for preliminary
Tho Lester Piano Co., Philadelphia,
Gentlemen After an experience., o.f
more than a quarter of a century with
vnriouB makes of pianos, including
nearly all those made by Philadelphia
firms, I have concluded that the Lesi
ter piano is the jnost satisfactory in
strument I have ,used in rily school.
I find, after years-of continuous usd
that the tone retains its original qual
ity and sweetness, tho action is unim
paired and the durability, as evidenced
by the- capacity of the piano to stay
in tune, is marvelous. I have decided,
therefore, to place with you my prder
for twenty uprights and two grands,
for delivery by September 5th.
GILBERT 'R. COMBS.
I Director Broad Street Conservatory -
, or Aiusic.
Sold by'Furguson & Ogle, 1210 O St.
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Victor Talking Machines-
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completely? Well, a novel, a poem, a liUtoiy, a
Been reaainar at 11 vou iiaa reaiiv iizn u tip-
tion, a sermon, or any other
literary production, If read
or studied as cur new book
tells one how, becomes a
subject which one can dis
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