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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1906)
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FRI., SAT & SAT. MAT., DEC. 21-22 1
C. S. PRIMR08E PRESENTS
UNCLE SI HASKINS
A PLAY THAT HAS MADE
ICES Night, 50c, 30c, 20c, 10c.
t. -Everybody, Ore. 25c, Bal. 10c
CHRISTMAS MATINEE & NIGHT
The Maid and the Mummy
WITH A BIG CA8T OF
PRICE8 LoweK Floor and Front Bal.,
$1.00; Back Bal., 75c; Gallery, 50c.
3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
Admlslon, 10c and 15c.
Champion Head to Head Balancers.
Mons. Alexander Introduces One of
the Most Marvelous Feats Ever
Known Walking on his head.
I . FOXIE & FOXlE CIRCUS
Smallest Show on Earth. Just like
Barnum & Bailey's Only So Differ
ent. - .
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AL BURTON .
In Their OrlglnalC.omedy Creation
Dugan In the Asylum.
By Jack Wllde "Flora Dora."
"he Vanderbllt Cup Race or
Race for a Wife."
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
"AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
For Good, Prompt
I5S1 Cotiell &
Makers of CAPS, GOWNS and HOODS
To the American Colleges and Universities.
CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTY
Reliable Materials Reasonable Prices
Since the change in man-
agement, we have received
many new patio is and our
old boarders are returning.
It will pay you to give us a
School of Music
(Inland Forced Out of
Our old building will be torn down to make room for a
larger building; meanwhile we are forced out of business
Therefore we are selling all kinds of Gents' Furnishings
AT THEIR ACTUAL COST
Stetson Hats as
Collars, Gloves, Etc., Equally
Now is tKe time you want them. Now is the time to buy them.
W. E. UNLAND, 1042 O ST.
The Freshman jparty commltteo sub
mltsMho following report of finances
for the Informal held December 15, In
Memorial hall v
138 tickets sol V .at 25c $34.50
Disbursements: " -.
Orchestra , $800
Refreshments 7 . 20
Haii :..... 5.00
The balance of $13.05 .has been
turned Into the class treasury. .
J. M. ALEXANDER,
John F. Tobta;03, Is practicing law
in Salt Lake CltyTIah, and is also
teaching English, debating and com
mercial "law in the All Hallows Col
lege, at that place. Mr. Tobin was
prominent in debating work while a
student at Nebraska, and was a mem
ber of the team that defeated Kansas
In 1902. After leaving here ho at
tended the Chicago University Law
School, where ho graduated last year
with tho degree of Doctor of Law.
J. Yul-Bong Lee, a Chinese student
at tho University of Chicago, has been
elected to the honorary fraternity of
Phi Beta aKppa. Jfbv, wnb Is a Junior,
was elected a year in advance of1 tho
usual time, Seniors being admitted
regularly. He Is the first of 'ills race
to be elected to the society.
The class of '06 of tho Lincoln High
School will give a dance at the Llii-
doll Hotel, December 29. 190(5.. Tick-"
J3ts may be had from Lawrence Hol
land, Ralph Mosely and Walter House
Classes In Geology I will meet here
after in the laboratories on the second
floor of Nebraska Hall. Students are"
requested to take their note-books to
L. K. Winterling, a member of the
Freshman Law class, has. returned to
his home in Sheridan, Wyo., and will
not bo back to the 'University again
this school year, unless his health improves.
low as $2.95. Shirts at 79c, arid
Neckwear at 39c.
Christmas holidays begin G p. m.
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Faculty and Alumni Informal Dance
Twenty fifth Anniversary.
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Bucknor cele
brated their t.wenty-fifth anniversary
at the auditorium in Osceola.
About one thousand invitations wore
sent out, nnd a large and happy crowd
was present. Dr. Bucknor and wlfo
have been residents of Osceola for
Iwenty-flvo years, and have a largo
circle of friends throughout tho slate.
New Interurban Train.
The first train on the, Sioux City
Crystal Lake & Homer railway, a now
interurban electric line, was run from
Sioux City, In., to Dakota City, Neb.,
Dec. 16. A large number of passengers
wero carried as guests of the road,
Regular trains will begin running
Longworths In Auto Crash.
Representative and Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth were occupants of an au
tomobile which crashed Into the sta
tion platform at Chevy Chase, a- suburb
of Washington. Beyond a shaking up
the occupants wore uninjured. Tho
machine was lightly damaged.
, Victory Over Rebels.
Colonel Sarrano has informed the
Equador goyjernniont that he attacked
the Pasape rebels and won a splendid
victory. . After the fighting at Pasajo
the. government forces marched to at
tack the rebels is at Santa Rosa.
"Fern" Spraguo, formerly of this
University, but now of Now York City,
Is visiting at tho A. T. O. house.
Last night the class in Surveying
took an observation on Polaris and
established a meridian line.
"Verne and Verna wish It announced
that they are engaged.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12,
Chocalata and ,
Bon Bans. l
Tlit Dm CutUr.
QUARTER SIZE COLLAR
toe EACH, a FOR 20c
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
Maker, of Cluttt and Monarch BhlrU
Repairing Factory '
X The only up-to-date plant in K,
X the city. It saves you time
X and money. . , . . . .. .
I C A, TUCKER, Jeweler, , : .
jj "DR. S. S, SHEAN, Optician
1123 0-STREET. YELLOW FRONT jj- .
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.'
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