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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1906)
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TONIGHT AT: 15
Message Frdm Mars
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c & 25c
WED. MAT. & EVE., OCT. 17
PRICES: yMatlnce, 25c.
Eve., 75c, 50c, 35c & 25c
R8DAY NIGHT, OCT. 18
Thfi Mnrriarm nf l.-B-f
I III ITIUI I IUyi Ul Hilly
Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c & 25c.
Matinee, 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
Admission, 10 and 15c.
ROYER and FRENCH
In Comedy Sketch
SURAZALL arfd RAZALL
THE GREAT BARRINGTON
Vocalist THE ZANPHRELLAS
Illustrated Song by
J. J, WILD
Threo Shows Dally. 3, 7t45 & 9 p. m.
- Reserved Seats 5c Extra.
Matinee, All-Seats 10c
) Headed,, by the Twentieth Century ,
. " " ' Mystifler,
'" ' THE GREAT TATUM '
M'CLOUD and MELVILLE
Double Harp Qolos, Songc Dances,
and English Imitation
The Eccentric Grotesque Comedy
RUF and CU8ICK
In "My Friend Bill."
THE E8PE .BROTHERS
Unicycllsts and Equilibrists.
''Will theAnge(s.Let Me Play."
Beautifully Illustrated Song by
WILL H. SMYTHE
Unfortunate Husband, Terrible- An
guish, and Playing Truants
.ON THE BIOGRAPH
LOW ONE-WAY RATES.
Every day from September 15th to
October 31st, 1906, inclusive, the Union
Pacific will sell ono-way tickets as fol
lows: "' '
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20.00 to' Helena and Butte, Montana.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wena'tcheo,
$22.50 to Huntington and Nam pa,
'Idaho: v ' -
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and.
$25.00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Ore
trnn vln. Pnrtlnml. .
$25.00 to Can Francisco, Los Angeles
. uuu ou xjivbu. -.
nM-poannnillTifrlv Inw ,rntna mnnv
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other California, Oregon, Washington,
.Montana, Utah, and Idaho-points.
Thrqugh Tourist cars run every day
Via1, Union Pacific to the Pacific coast.
For full information; call on or address
' " E. B. SLOSSON", Gen. Agt
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
Every Loynl Unlvernlty Student
la urgetl to patronize tlieae Nc
bruiknn ndvcrtlaera, and to men
tion the paper while doing to.
BARBER" SHOPS Green's Palaco.
BOOKS, & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Rook Storo, TJni. Book Storo,
BAKERY Petry Bnkery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAPE Sam Wcstorfleld, Don Cam-
j oron, University School of Music
i Dining Room.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unlahd, Ma
gee & Deomor, Ludwig. Tho Ster
DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, HorpoK
DRUGGISTS Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FURNITURE Tho Bonway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Storo.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner,
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett, J. 1.
Davis, Fi B. Harris.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now Century, Georgo
Bros., McVey, State Printing Co.,
Tho Ivy Press.
RESTAURANTS-T-Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, Horzog.
THEATERS Olver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. TJay. Sam's CafV
Prof. G. E. Howard at Convocation.
"Democracy and Genius." -
Senior Play Committee meets IrhIL
10G at 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 19 th.
Music at Convocation.
Forest Club Moots.
Nebraska vs. Ames on Campus.
Nebraska vs. Doane on Campus.
McVey Printing company does tho
best University work at 125 No. 12th.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Green's Barber Shops .aro tho best
In tho WosFt
t You will bo satisfied with Cameron's
Call up the-Star Delivery Co., Bag'
gage. Both Phones.
-Universltyfprlntlng done by "Sinr
nions tho Printer, 224 N.- 11th St
Why not take your, baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
The Ivy Press is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
Green's barber shops excel all
others In tho west. .Entirely modern
and tho 'best work assured.
DR. M. H. ALEXANDER,
mhjiuubu auiu x-uujio 3uxu, ao u DE.,
t , . . . i a ii i
, ne WnCOin SaMtONUm.
All kinds of baths and fine plunge.
14th and M.
r , , Halr'DreMers. V '
r Best soft water shampoo in tho city,
124 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
Miss Laura Owon 1b out of school
on account of Illness.
Miss Birdie Scott, '00, Is tenchlug In
the Falrbury schools.
For Rent A modern room; gentle
men only. G34 No. 12th St.
Alias Verne Burr, '01, Is teaching at
West Point again this year.
Special 15c meals. Tho Phponlx
Restaurant, 142 -No. llti St.
MIsh Eunice Ertsor of Omaha has
been visiting her sister in this city.
Miss Lillian Chambers is not attend
ing school thifweok, owing to illness.
The Senior Play Committee will
meet Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock
In U. 100.
A little "knowledge about Harris'
Tiffany glass is not a dangerous thing
to tho pockotbook.
Miss Clara Gombergjwho reccivod
her degree of M. A. last .Tunq Is now
teaching in a select school in Wash
ington, D. C.
A. M. Levy, '07, will spend this se
mester studying law at Northwestern
University. Ho will return to Nebras
ka for his final semester.
R. H. McReynolds, '04, who has been
tho University electrician forlho pasjt
five years, has accepted a position with
tho University of North Dakota as Su
perintendent of Grounds, Buildings
'and Electrical Construction. Mr. Mc
Roynolds leaves Lincoln nt once to
assumo hls.now duties.
Professor Caldwell's conference In
American History entered upon Its
yoar's work last Thursday evening
with consideration of a papor by Mr.
A. E. Sheldon on his newly Instituted
work as legislative referonco llbrarlaj.
Tho conference meets semi-monthly
for book reviews', discussion of theses,
and occasional addresses by specialists
In Its field.
Students In, American History are
reporting to tho departmpnt unusual
difficulty In obtaining books for library
roadlng. More duplicates than usual
;voro added to tho department reserve
shelves this year, but an Increase of
25 per cent In the American History
classo has more than offset this. The
department, uses practically no texts,
depending almost entirely on library
readings and by class -and depart
mental contributions duplicating
standard works in Jts field. Several
now volumes are now on tho way, and
will doubtless remove tho present em
barrassment. University Journal.
Tho University Journal for October
has been sent out. Tho issue is very
neat in appearance. A picture of tho
new Temple adorfs the first page, and
one of the School of Music b on tho
last. An article by Chancellor An
drews on "Dull Pupils" occupies a
prominent place. The' publication
contains various other Interesting arti
cles and is worthy, of the reputation it
has gaine'd In previous . years,
The annual y. W. C. A.' County Fair
will be held on Saturday, .November
17th, Instead of November 2nd, as pre
I4th & O 1 .n
Swellost Lunch Car fn
the West, '
I Bprvo better jjuauty
thnn nny lunch cur
in tho city.
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