The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1906, Image 3

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Friday., Sat. and 8at. Mat, Nov. 2-3.
OVER NIAGARA FALLS
Mat. 25c and 10c; Eve. 50c, 35c and 25c
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER G
COLE AND JOHNSON
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WED. MAT. & EVE., NOV. 7.
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Mat., 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
Admlsion, 10c and 15c.
MOHLER & TRAINER.
THE DELKS.
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JACK WILDE.
LYROSCOPE.-
The BIJOU
3 8hows Dally: 3.00, 7.45 and 9:00
p: m. Prize Matlness Tuesday and
Thursday.
" lOc ADMISSION. 10c
NlghtsReserved Seats c-Extra
MR.iHARRY 8PRINGOLD & Co..
Presenting' "A Handiorne Stranger."
-" . VARDMAN
-The Auburn-Harled Beauty...
MUliEBRANCHARD AND ORRIN
Novelty1 Revolving Globe and Juggling
Act
MR. WILL H. SMYTHE
Singing, "When the Mocking Birds Are
; 8lnglng in the Wildwood
FOUR DANCING HARRIS'S .
Featuring the Two Smallest Challenge
- Sofe and Wooden Shoe Buck
and Wing Dancers.
Mrs. brown's Hard Luck and
j '"' the holiday
' On the Biograph.
. Get a nice pennant at the Co-op
While the stockjs large 'and varied.
Special 15-cont meals at The
TUioenlx Restaurant, 142.No. 11th', St,
. ThercaremoreMcClnll Paltomasold JnJheUr ed
States than of any other tnke Mpattcrnir Thljison'
account of.thelr style, accuracy .and irapicHy. t v
f 'more subirrihcra than any otlier Idlej' Mif"iln.- -One
yean lUDicn nnon ij nnmuciM ""! . I VJa.ii iiai.
number, 5 ccnta. EveryubcrtbreetMcCan lat-,
' cm Free. Subcrib today.
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tib." ch CfrnimtwiJi h. Panem CiaJtuer 6ro do.
tend n.l Premliim Caial:ua (ho Inc 4 premium)
aest free- Address THE McCAl.L CO hew ork.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Krerjr Lojntl Unlverattjr Btndetat
la urged' to patronise theae Ne
brmktu mtlvcrtliera, and to men
tion the paper while doing a o.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palaco.
BATHS Chris', Lincoln Sanltorlum.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin-
coin Book Storo, Unl. Book Store,
Harry Porter.
BAKERY Potry Bakory Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. ,
CAPE Sam Wostorflold, Don Cam
eron, University School of Music
Dining Room.
CATERER "Tommy," at Mlllor &
Paino's Fountain.
CIGARS Lindsay, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
goo & Doomor, Ludwlg, The Ster
ling. COAL Gregory, WhltobroaBt.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, Tho Fol
Bom. DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
Davis, Horpolsholmor.
DRY GOODS Miller & PAino, Horpol
shelmcr. DRUGGISTS Roctor, Rlggs.
ENGRAVERS Cornell.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Tho Star.
FLORISTS Chapir. Bros.
FURNITURE Tho Bonway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Storo.
KAIRDRE3SER E. Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott, J. .
Davis, F. B. Harris.
LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros., Merchants
Evans. J
LIVERS Ensign, Forbes, Mellck,
LOCKSMlTHr-T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now Century, George
Bros., McVoy, Stato Printing Co.,
The Ivy PresB, Simmons.
MUSIC Curtice, Lester Piano Co.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafo,Cam-
eron'B.
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoo Co.
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cyclo Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Horzog.
THEATERS Olvor, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Undorwood Typo
writer Co.
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.
. October.
Thursday, 2.
-Girls' Glee Club tryout.
5:.00"p. m.
Gorman. Club. 8 p. m.
Latin Club. 11 a. m., U.
Junior Party -committee
U. 110.
u. 106 al
204.
11 'a. m
Y. W. C. A. Miss Barge speaks.
Seniors meet. U. 207, -11 a. m.
November.
Friday, 2.
'Debate: Unl. Republican Club vs.
Unl. JoiTersonlan Club, 8 p. m.'
Music.
Chaplain: Prof. F. E. Stuff,
Saturday, 3.
Graduate Club. U. 10G, 8 p. m.
Medical Society. Dr. Orr on "The
Physician of 1925."
Spnior Breakfast, .8 a. m,, .Capitol
Beach. ,
Forestry Club, & P m., M. 110.
-Nebraska vs. Minnesota at Minne
apolis. ' .
Monday, 5.
Prof.EH. Barbour, "Tho Architec
ture and Sculpture of tho LouIbF. ,, iwlf,. ,,, ,. u
rmn Ptirchnan F.xnnaltlnn flllns- stand a belter show thtln tho 0m
ana Purchase Exposition.
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trated.)
Saturday, 10. -
"Nebraska vs. Crelghton at Omaha.
Saturday, 17.
Coijhty'Falr,, Armory. , "
Nebraska vs. Kansas, on Campus.
Another Telephone.
'Thru tho courtesy of the 'Cornhusker
tho Dally Nebraskan is able to, offer
its patrons one further advantage In
communicating with Its editorial
rooms. .A Bell telqphone. has Just Jbeen
Installed and will be available to any
one" desiring to reach, members of the
staffs of either the TjCornhuskbr arlthe
Nebraskan. Tho,. number Is A 1677.
Jot It down In your memory.'
8ATURDAY MORNING BREAKFAST.
Autocrats of 1907 to Dine on the 8ands
or uapuar oeacn.
Tho Senior class will moot today to
arouso enthusiasm for tho "Sonlor
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Broakfast," Saturday morning.
Too much cannot be said to ImprosB
upon ovory Senior tho desirability of
his presonco at this ovent, There can
bo no excuses for any person not at
tending. Tho Pflce, 25 conts, suroly
Is within tho -reach of all, and It will
bo held on Saturday morning, when
almost overyono ought to bo ablo to
come. Tho girls who might havo
house cleaning to do Saturday morn
ing can put It off until the attornoon,
as there is no football gnmo here at
that time. Nono of tho young ladles
can pload tho excuse that they could
not go out alone, for it will bo In
broad daylight, when they will need
no escort.
In short, thoro Is every reason for
attending, and absolutely no reason
for staying at homo. Tho ovent will
bo purely Informal, and any person
who comes dressed up in good clothes
will bo ducked In tho Beach. Democ
racy will bo the order of the day, and
overyono Is expected to bo a "gooff
follow." It Is one of the fow ovonts
of tho year In' which all can tako part
and have a Jolly good time. Thero will
bo no rules and regulations of decorum
and tho watchword will be "eat, drink
and bo merry."
"Good hot grub" will bo plentiful
Thero will bo plenty of hot "welnnlos,"
oceans of hot coffee and an abundanco
of sandwiches and othbr good things.
Plenty of wood to chop for tho bon
fire and every one will havo a chance
to do something.
The plan ,1s to tako tho Capital
Beach car at tho O street viaduct leav
ing promptly at 8 a. m. By 8:30 tho
crowd will bo on tho ground ready for
breakfast. Let no one eat his break
fast before going, for the commltteo
wants evoryono to bo liungry when ho
arrives tit the Beach.
These Informal, democratic events
are eoo few In number at Nebraska,
and havo not In the past been patron
ized by tho different classes as, they
should bo. So it is to bo Tiopod tho
Seniors will set tho pace for other
classes by an enthusiastic attendance
at tho Senior Breakfast.
SKIDDOO 23!
NEBRA8KAN8 TO THE FORE.
University Engineers in High Favor
With the Westinghouse Company. -"Nebraska
men are In high favor
with the Westinghouse peoplo, prob
ably tho h'ehest." This Is the state
ment made by Fred P. Rawson, one
)f-the special -apprentices sent by the
University to Pittsburg last year, rela
tive to the standing of Nebhiskan en
gineers. In the ".smoky city."
"There are "men from Columbia, Cor
nell, Wisconsin, Armour Institute,
Perdue In fuct, from every engineer-
Incr flnhnnl In tho rnnnrrv hnf nnno
the University of Nebraska. The com
pany likes men who will-got down and
dig, men who study like the 'Varsity
plays football no giving up. This
quality it thinks tho men from tho
west, particularly Nebraska, have In
abundance."
When asked how the University col
ony was getting on, Mr. Rawson said
that, with tho exception- Jesse Glbbs,
'05, who has been confined, to his homo
In Nashville, Tennessee, with typhoid
fever since July, every Nebraskan Is
doing fine.
Mr. Rawson- is visiting with Univer
sity friends this week- prior to accept
ing a position. with" tho -Westinghouse
company in Chicago the ,10th of November.
Free Concert
Edison
Nqvimbir Ricordt
Monday, October 29, at 8 p.
m. Hear A'da Jones sing "Tho
Moon Has Hia Eyoa on You."
Harry MacDonough will sing
"Not Bocauso Your Hair is
Curly." Twonty.four selections
In ull.
All aro invitod to our main
atoro.
Lawlor Cycle Go.
1324 0 Strut.
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MUSIC
is ono of our strong dines. Wo
havo any pioco you deslro.
Try us.
Thon; in talking about Tulk
liig Machines, wo Bell the
VICTOR
It's Victor of all, too, and wa'll
sell it for $1 down and fl per
week.
THE
MUSIC '
. . STORE
Ross P. Curtice Co.
1125 0 STREET
WHEN A STUDENT WANTS
PRINTING
THERE IS NO OEHriKi THAT
HE WANTS IT PRINTED IH
MQOEaN. STYLE :)
The New Century . Printers
1241 N STREET
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