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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1906)
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Mat., 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
- Admlslon, 10c and 15c.
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THE GREAT HERR JEN8EN CO.
WILLIAMS, THOMPSON & CO.
vJACK WILDE'S ILLU8TRATED
3 8hows Dally:. 3.00, 7.45 and 9:00
p. m. Prize Matiness Tuesday and
10c ADMISSION 10c
Nights Reserved 8 eats 5c Extra
The Orpheum Favorite,
MR. DICK LYNCH,
Illustrated Burlesque Ballads and
THE FOUR CRANK8
In the Laughing Musical Comedy,
"A Mixed Affair."
-vv M tf. Wl LL H. 8M YTH E
.TSInglnjriho Comedy Picture Song
. "The Preacher and the Bear."
A Vaudeville Novelty,
THE BOHEMIAN TRIO,
The French Flexible Marvels,
In a Novelty Comedy Act.
The Latest Comedy 8ensatlon,
On the Blograph.
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R. JJVTO. J. DAVIS
1st and Optician
Spectacle a and Eye'-
Office 1222 O St. Auto Phono 8021
You wi.ll be satisfied .with Cameron's
Krerr lioynl University Student
! urged to patronize these Ne
braaktm advertisers, and to men
ttoa the paper while doing ao.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palace.
BATHS Chrla', Lincoln Sanitorium.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
BAKERY Potry Bakery Co. .
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Westerflold, Don Cam
eron, University School of Music
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS Lindsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
goo & Doemer, Ludwig, The Ster
ling. COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
DENTIST M. -H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
sheimer. DRUGGISTS Rector, RIggs.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, The Star.
FLORISTS Chapin BroB.
FURNITURE The Benway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott, J. 1.
Davis, F. B. Harris.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros., Merchants.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Molick,
LOCKSMITH T J. Thorpo.
PRINTING New Century, Goorgo
Bros., MoYey, State Printing Co.,
The Ivy Press, Simmons.
MUSIC Curtice, Lester Piano Co.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam-
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers - & Per
kins, Electric Shoo Co.
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, XiUdwig, Herzog.
THEATERS Olyer, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
Friday, 23. .
First Symphony Concert Steckel
borg String Quartet. "
County Fair, Armory.- -p-
Nebraska vs. Chicago, at Chicago.
Cross-country meet at Chicago.
W. J. Bryan.
Football, final class championship
Nebraska vs. Cincinnati, on campus.
Do you wear an Unland hat? If not
why not? They are the best.
If you can't see this ad. clearly, call
at Harris' and have your .eyes exam
ined free. 1137 O st. He's reliable.
WANTED Jhirty-five Cornhuskers
to sit every day -for- the next two
weeks in order to have all made be
fore Thanksgiving. Townsend.
Caps and Gowns.
Senior girls should order caps and
gowns in A; 203 from 11- to 11:30 any
day before December 3d.
Leather post card pillows are the
most popular of room and "den" deco
rations at present. We make them
up In new and original designs. We
also carry skins In all colors, laces,
fringe, etc. The Lincoln Book Store.
, The last number of "Physics Re
view" contains an article by Prof, B.
E. Moore of this .institution, and also
an. article by Herbert Clark who was
here a couple of years ago. .
List of Additions to tho Library 8lnce
Tho following now botarhavo lioon
recoivod at tho Library since tho pub
lication of tho last list:
Baur, F. A. O. Dio Holzmesskundo.
Buck, C. D. Grammar of Oscan &
Elbo, Louis La vio future
Fischettl, L. Newest praotlcal
guide of Pompeii.
Qunn, John Infant school; Its
principles and methods.
Hyor, Carl J. Dor Waldbau.
King, L. W. Babylonian mythol
ogy and religion.
Locke, M. S. Antl-Blavery in Amor
ic'a. Lodge, Sir Oliver Life and mattor.
MunBtorberg, Hugo Science and
McDougall, M. G. Fugitivo slaves,
Porrltt, Edward Unrdformod House
of Commons. 2 vols.
Potrocchl, Policarpo La lingua' e In;
storld lettorarla d'ltalia.
Rclnach, Solomon Gjildo illustro du
Musco natlonalo do S. Germain.
Richter, Itaoul Frledrich Nietzsche
soln Lebon and seine Worko.
Sociological society of London So
ciological papers, vols. 1-2.
Wallls, Louis Egoism; a study In
tho social promises of religion.
PLEDGE DAY TOMORROW.
Saturday Noon Limit of Restriction for
The' limit of the time set by the in
terfraternlty council during which no
fraternity should bo allowed to pledge
or initiate any Freshman to member
ship and during which "rushing"
should bo held rigidly within specified
bounds, will be reached tomorrow at
noon. It is expected that tomorrow
afternoon all fraternities will more
than make up for lost time and that
there will be "doings" at every chapter
A list of the pledges will be pub
lished in next Tuesday's issue of. the
Nebraskan and all fraternities are
hereby requested to hand in thb names
of their pledges at tho earliest possible
Tho jurisdiction of the integrator
nlty council is an Innovation in Greek
letter circles this year and tho 'result
of tho restrictions it has Imposed will
be watched with very general interest.
Band Informal Statement.
C. C. McElfoy in account with Band
fund, University of Nebraska:
To receipts from Hop,
November 9, 190C...
By Central Publishing .
Co., for pencils $ .90
By Borvicos-of orchestra 15, 60
By University of Ne
braska, uso of hall,
heat, light, and ser
vices of Janitor...... 4.50
Balance, deposited with , -.
Treasurer "SI tho Uni-
I certify that the above Is a true
statement of tho account for said Hop.
, CHARLES McELVOY,
Principal Muslclal Cadet Band,
Audited and approved:
JNO. G. WORKIZER,
Captain 2nd U. S. Infantry,
Mrs. J. C. Bell, 1414 O St.
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