The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 11, 1907, Image 3

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1241 N STREET
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OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAH
C A. TUCKER, Jeweler,
DR. S. S. SHEAH, Optician,
II23 0 STflEET. YELLOW fRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
UNDERWOOD
VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
136 rth ElmBth
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If your subscription for Jho Nebrns
kan Is due, ao do what you, ought to do
and do It n6W Wo need tho money.
PRINTING
Would Like to be Your '!
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YULE BROS, ij
UNLAND IS GOING OUT
Get next to his bargains.
; .HATS"
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$5.00 Stetson Hats. . . . ,".'.,,
$4,00 Stetson Jtiats $3.25
' $4.00' Warburton Hats ... . . '. ". 7. .'$3.25'
$3.50 Stetson Hats ".,...." .$2.5
$3.00 Schpble Hats .........!... . $2.38
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COLLARS :
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The, best r5cent Collars in the city
$1.20 per dozen
W. E. Unland.
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OLIVER THEATRE
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TO-NIGHT AT 8:15.
8AT. AND SAT. MATINCE.
The Gingerbread Man
NIGHT $1.50 to 50c. MAT. $1 to 50c
TUESDAY NIGrtt, JAN. 15.
"SWEET CLOVER"
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..LYRIC THEATRE..
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Mat., 3 P. M. Evening, 7:30 and 9.
Admission, 10 and 15c.
;The World's Famous .
HINE8-KIMBALL TROUPE
EVA B. PERKIN8
BILLY TANN
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KIMBALL 8ISTER8
.THE HARDANS
In Rural Farce Comedy, "Uncle Reu
ben's Birthday"' " ""
FRANK bowman".'
JACK WILDE
THE LYR08COPE
Green's barber BhopB excel ajkothers
In tho wost. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
Jf youhave cards, tlckqts or'postdrs
to be-printed go to McVoy, 125 North
12ft, St,. .,.-., . ,-,
Your writing always- loolcs good on
our fancy box paper at tho. UnL Book
Store. . . . . ...
If'ou are going to get any Unl
jewelry get-it at the Unl Book Store.
Fancy box paper not "fancy priced
paper' at the Unl Book 'Storro. -
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You will ,bo satlsfled with Cameron's
Lunch Counter. ......
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
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OF BUSINESS
He has the goods; you
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; ;., shirts
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. ,;$4;J5.
$2.00 and1 $ U 50 Shirts. ..;.... . .$J. 19
$105 and $ U50 Shirts 79
75c Shirts .' 49
. UNDERWEAR
$2.00 Underwear , . .$J.59
$J.75 Underwear , $ J.39
$J.50 Underwear '. . . . . '$ J.20
$1.50 Underwear ,80. '
50c Underwear
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j APPRIZE CONTEST.
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cost to the company, of the servlco to
tho consumer, and the relation
between .actual cost to tho company
of rendering service and charge to
the consunier for tho same bo consid
ored.
Papers submitted by competitors
must not exceed 10,000 words in length
and must bo mailed or delivered to an
express company not later than March
15th, 1907i addressed to the "Chair
man of tho Committee of Judges, care
of Clinton Rogers Wqodruf, Esq., Sec
retary of the National Municipal
League, North American Building,
Philadelphia, and marked "For tho
WiU'Iam H. Baldwin Prize." Compet
itors will mark on oach paper a "non
de-plume" and inclose In a sealed on:
volope the. full name, address, cluss
and college 'corresponding to such
"non-de-plume.1' '',. '; '
Twelve manuscripts Were submlted
in competition or tho William H.
Baldwin Prize offered In 1900 by tho
National Municipal League for tho
be'st ossay on tho subject, "Franchise
G rants to Gas and Eloctrlc Light Com
publics," Tho Honorublo Henry t L.
McCuno, tTudgo of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Kansas City, Prof. Rob
ert C. Brooks,. of, Swathmoro College,
ahd Ward W. Plerson, of tho Wharton
School, University ol Pennsylvania,
constituted the Board of Judges, and
unanimously awarded tho prize to
Arno, Woods, a member of the Soph
more - Class of the University of
Illinois.
An omission is made In 'the calendur
for next semester of the fact that
English Literature. 3, a.pourse In Mac
both, willbe given again.
1 There is no tlmellkaJHarrls.'. tlmo.
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, Uio watch doctor, 1137
O St.
Why not takeyoyr baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner llth and P-Sts.?
FOR RENT A pleasant modern
room; gentlemen only. 534 N. 12th.
A good writing tablet Is a necessity.
Get it at tho Unl B'ook Store.
can get them cheap.
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PRACTISE SEQIN8.
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Work for Charter Day .Starts With
Large Squad Outi
Practlso for Chartor- Day began Wed
nesday night. Quito a large squad
was out but wus composed almost !
togothor of now hion. Work was (lono
on tho shot put, twonty-flvo yard dash,
polo vault and high jump McDonald
In thopolo vault and Coo and Buitiiha
In tho 25-yard dash, are nlrondy show
ing up well.
Practise will bo hold roiailorlv from
4 to 5 p. hi, Monday, Wednesday and
Frldffy, and frdm 2:30 to 3:30 p. nu
Saturday. All men Tiro, urged to got-
out rogulorly from now on.. Tho Im
portance or syBtomatlc work under iin
efficient coach cannot bo ovqr.estlmirt
oil. Dr. Clapp will devote part 61 lij
tlmo to tho men on each event, th'o
hour being divided as follows: Flrdt
20 "minutes, polo vault and shot put';
second 20 minutes, 25-yard dash nify.
rope climb; third 20 minutes, fence
vault, high juinp, high, kick;
An Interesting Lecture.
Tho locturo on 'tho Moon
Ecljpso .which had boon nntfnnnrti!
Srom Dec. 21, waBdellvorod Thursday
evening at tho Statb Farm by Profeff:
sor Swdzey. Mr. Foo" handled tl&
slides In tho now lantern, rocontly prj
cured by the Stato F-irm. The slldds
17AI11 till t.tfwls in. ..M...1 ..l.. - .U
..w.v .in iiiuuu Hum uui.uiii I'liuiOKiapilS
taken with the teloscope of tho Unl-
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Mi,ollJ' wiiobi vuiory una OJBOW.IIOIIO. y.
Nearly air the students of tho Fnrnj
attended tho lecture, and tho room
was hardly capable of accommodating
the n tlnnilniioo . . it
8enlor Plhs.
The pin com.mittco of the Soiiio
Class, announces thnt tho final order
for the class emlilom win im ao. tn
tho manufacturers on January 18, and
requests that all Seniors wishing pins
slialL.ordor them at oncp. Orders piny
bo g!ventQ tho chairman oftho pin
conmiittee, wfi:o-win bo at tho Nebras
ka ofllco every dayfrom 11 to 11:30
olclock.
Mrs. -Barkley, Dean of Women, re
contly called-at the VlusorUn of tho
State Historical Society and left,
among other things, a nuhiuQr orspeci
mens of Indian pottery.
The Engineering Society hold its-
regular meeting op Wednesday night.
Professor Stout gave an interesting
talk on-"The Engineer as n Leader of r
Industrial Development."
A meeting of tho Chemical Club 1b
called for in tho Chemical 'lecture
room Frhlnv nvonftic nt K nVlnnlr . Inu
l.Ortflllt hllKinnKH Im in lm Irnnunnlml
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An article appears in the last num
ber of "Engllscho Studlen7r written by
Miss Louise Pound, assistant professor
of English Languag'and Literature.
We would Jiko to sell you a pennant
or two at tho Unl Book Store.
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