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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
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TONIGHT AT 8:15
HI HENRY MINSTRELS
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
FRIDAY NIGHT. NOV. 23.
THE VANDERBILT CUT
' PRICES $1.50, $1.00; 75c and 50c.
II.- .! . .1.1 H.I..MIH ..III
SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY, NOV. 24
ROGER BROS. IN IRELAND
PRICES $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and 50c.
$ ft )Mn t 4K Vt R W JMHMI44tHJi
3 p. m. Evening 7:30 and
Admision, 10c and 15c.
MclNTYRE & BENNETT
vTHE GREAT HERR JENSEN CO.
- WILLIAMS, THOMPSON & CO.
JJACK WILDE'S ILLUSTRATED
-mr 9 ,
- 3 Shews Dally: 3.00, 7.45 and 9:00
d. m. PrizeMatiness Yuesday and
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved SeatsJSc Extra
Jb.s - . .."V
MR. DICK LYNCH,
Illustrated BQrlesque Ballads and
THE FOUR CRANKS- ,
In the Laughing Musical ComedyK
k "A Mixed Affair;
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MR. WILL-H; SMYTHE
Singing the Comedy Picture Song.
" I nc rreacner ana xnc ocar.
A Vaudeville Novelty,
THE BOHEMIAN TRIO,
The' French Flexible Marvels,
LE8 DANOVAS -v
f I nva Novelty Comedy Act
The Latest' Comedy Sensation,'
"GETTING. EVENCE" "
On the Biograph.
; Leather post card pillows are tho
most popular of room "and den," deco
rations at prcsont. Wo mako them
up" in newand original designs"; We
also carry skjns in njl cojors,' laces,'
fringe, etc, Tho Lincoln Book Store.'
' If you can't seethls ad. dearly, call
at Harris' nmPliayo- your eyes exam
ined free. 1137 O st. He's 'reliable:
"' ChapIrTBros., Florists, 127o."12tlu
Cameron's Lunchy Counter. "123 S. 12.
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ypSL - LYROSCOPE. .
Rtpairing Factory jj
x The only lip-to-dkte plant in x
fi, tbc.cty. It sayeflf yqu( tjme 8
'b x and money. ...... x
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Krery J.nyml Uulveralty fttittleut
U urged to 'iiMlruuixe lliete Ne
bmakMii atlvertUcra, anI la men
tion tlic iMi)r rlill doing to,
'BARBER SHOPSr-araen'a Palace.
BATHS Chris', Lincoln Sanitarium
BOOKS& STATIONERY Co-op, Liu
coin "Book Store, Unl. Book Storo,
Harry Porter. '
.BAKERY Ptitry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam WoBtorfleld, Don Cam
eron. Unlvorslty School of MubIc
' . TMnlnir Rnoni.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS LlridHey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
goo & Deemor, Ludwlg, The Stor
ling. COAl.r-Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Pol
DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller &l?alnc Hcrpol;
. DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. The Star
1 FLORISTS Chnpin. BroB.
FURNITURE The Benway Co.
. HABERDASHERY $150 Hat Storo.
HAIRDRESSER 13, .Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott, J. 1.
! Dnvln. V. l. Han-la.
I LAUNDRIESYtilo Bros., Merchants
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mollck,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe..
PRINTING Nsw Century, George
Bros., McVby?- State Printing Co.,
The Ivy Press, Simmons.
MUSIC Gurtlce, Lesfor piano Co.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers &.Por
' kins, Electric Shoo Co. " v
SI'ORTIN.G GOO0S Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cyclo Co.
SUITORIUM J. C Wood
TAILORS Unland, Union College
. Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog. '
THEATERS OlYer, Lyric, BIJou.
T Y PE WRITERS Underwood Typo
VFFLES Mrs. Day. Sam's Cafe.
EVENTS OF FOR
Things tharlhippened In other days
fas recorded In thcNobraskanf
Five Years AgDvToday.
fhcv Impeachment proceedings
which- were preferred agalnstsj?rcsl
dent Crawford. werebrought toan
4 abrupt close. Dean Rcobo appeared
at the meeting and aftked that furthor
n..nnnn.ii..a i.n TnRnnnnri n wnok.
This was done. 4
Four Years Ago Today.
Tho Omaha Medics defeated, the
second team by tho score of 17 to 0.
Jolinsoir and Eager played tho end
positions. foY JLho second team.
One Year Ago Today.
Professor Howard spoke on "The
Problem- of Uniform Divorce Laws, in
tho United States" at chapel.
. -Eleven .new r sabers were received
by ftio Military department. , -'
Oaps and Gowns.
Senior girls should order caps and
gowusiTA. .203 from li-to 11:30 any
'day before Decojnber 3d.
The Shakespearo class in elocution
expect to present several completo
scenefs from tile "Merchant1 of Venice!'
before' Chrl'stmas - ; r . ' ; V
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' Girls Basketball. -, &
All Junior and Sonlor girls wishing
to play basketball call at Miss Towno's
oiuce, at ,cnupuj uuiu. j , " . ; v.
The Public , Spea.kng., class under
Miss Brown has taken up Impromptu
work. Jt u il
To Be Promoted by Colleges Through
. oUt the World ' j
At the twelfth nnnual banquot given
by tho Kansas City Commercial Club
this wcok in commemoration of the
signing of tho John Jay 'commercial
treaty tho speech, of tho ovoning was
madoJ)y"Mi Elihu Root, tho koy noto
of which was a "World Wido Peace.'
Such a condition would end all war
and strife between nations, and thd In-,
habitants of this globe would dwell in
relations amlcablo and profitable,
both materially and spiritually. A
subconscious movement towards this
condition has been taking form Inlhcjr
establishment of an International par-j
llamont which, though It hns no au-j
thorlty, Is doing much In ihq diplo
ma tic relations between nations.
Have college meji a.n lntorost in a
project of this sort? Does it mean
anything to us who ai'o tovo during
tho subsequent genciatlon and partake
of tho blessings of tho present civiliza
' It should mean everything to thoi
collego man. The englneor and me-
thanlp seeking, to mako his way In a
t foreign land has an lntorost; tho
American Btndcnt who burrows in
ancient libraries and archives Is in
volved; tho missionary who scokrf to
spread tho universal religion of Jesus
yearns for such a condition. ,
Tho coIIcko man should take n
broitdor view of tho world than ho
does. Thclndlvlduality of a nation
is formed byHho individuality of Its
imcn. a young man omers conugo,
studies for his own Interest, graduates
wltli the intent to furthor hls.pwn in
tcrest. and In llfo ho fights for Itis
The result Is that 'nlHft
strife between nations nrises because h
' each sccBonly the one Bide of a quos-j
j tlon. That which we should seek to ;
better Is this result.
The college Is tho power that Is to
precipitate tins great movement, a
chapter of an organization' for tho
"propagation of a universal pcuca" In
each nnd-OTcry one of our Americans
colleges would soon put this nation on
tho right track. A chapter In each
hand every foreign college would ar-
J range matters abroad. Tho co-opera-
tlon of theo chapters would create a
orcu umi winu uuiuuuu iwuguiuuin
i'mn wnat more nc source snoum
stlmuRis for Buclt a grand object
; spring? Aiidrew 'Carnegie has offered
one million oPilollars as a fund to he
used In tho. promotion -of tho policy of
a Universal Peace. Slrtill not the UnU
I varsity of Nebraska start siich a movo
ment as has been suggested anu do
entitled to uso part of that fund?
Think on it, men. Tho. world needs
-TEAM LEAVES TODAY.
Rooters to Assemble Money. Needed
to Send Band Subscribe Now.
jroday-at 1:45 p. m. tho team goes
to Clilqago via tlfo Rock Island.. Those
rooters who will not mako tho trip
will hnvo-nn opportunity to yont their
enthusiasm at tho .depot. Chief
Rooter McWilllams requests that all
rooters' with tho old, never-quit No
braska spirit at heart, meet at 1:15
"in front of Unlvorslty Hall, from
thence they will proceed In a body
to tho depot.
You may vent your enthusiasm In
another way. Captain Worklzer Is
taking up a subscription to send the
band to the game, It is up to every
loyal student to contribute something.
Tho sum or $2(Jo must bo raised.
Call up the Star Delivery Co., Bag
gage. Both Phonps.V '
ho Troubles Go Off.
Rogers & Perkins
1129 O StrL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Huillnt iiit Jrofni.r J0p,000.00
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