The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 16, 1907, Image 3

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OLIVER THEATRE
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TONIGHT AT 8:15
45 Minutes From Broadway.
PRICE8 $1.50 to 50 Cents.
FRI., 8AT. & MAT., JAN. 18 and 19
A STRANGER IN TOWN
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50c and 25c.
Tuesday Wight, jan. 22.
Arthur Dunn In.
"THE LITTLE JOKER"
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ROBERT 8TICKNEY
THE CON ROYS
FRED AND MAY WADDELL
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THE PEERLESS QUARTETTE
JACK WILDE
LYROSCOPE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL , ... 800,000.00
Surplus and ProflU.... 100,000.00
DBPOSITS,,t...,.J...tr,020,000.00
TOMMY
For refreshments and light catering
wwork see "TOMMY" at Miller &
Palne's.
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BUSINESS OIREGTORY
Kverjr Lo-l University Student
1b urged to patronize theae Ne
braakan advertiser, and Co men
tion the paper while doing ao.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palace.
BATHS Chris', Lincoln Sanltorlum.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin-
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Harry Porter.
BAKERY Petry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Westorflold, Don Cam?
oron, University School of Music
Dining Room,, Windsor.
CATERER--"Tommy," at Mlllor &
Paine's Fountain.
.CIGARS Lindsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemor, Ludwlg, Tho Ster-
ling.
COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, Tho Fol-
som.
DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
Davis, Herpolshelmor.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol-
shelmer, Rudge & Guenzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, RIggs.
ENGRAVERS Cornell.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. The Star.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
Hardy.
HABERDASHERY ?2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner,
Mrs. J. C. Bell. ;
JEWELERgTucker, Hallett, F. B.
Harris, Horpolshefmor.
LAUNDRY Yule Brost
Evans.
LIVERY EnBlgn, Forbes, Mollck,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now Century, Georgo
Bros., JMcVey, -Simmons.
MUSIC Curtice, Crancor. v
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam-
oron's.
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SPORTING GOODS-LawJor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Horzog, Elliott
Bros.
THEATERS Oliver, I,yrlc..
TYPEWRITERS underwood -Type
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WAFFL'ES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
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UNIVERSITY
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Wednesday, 10.
Annual meeting of Nebraska His
torlcal Society lu Art Room, Li
brary Hall.
ProfesprrLosoy In readings from
KlpUtijdd Shakespeare.
Y. M. Qi (Aprayer meeting, 7 p. vaJ
Mr. John Soo Ahon of Korea will
speak. '
, Charter Day practise, 4 to 5 p. m.
Armory.
Prof. F. C. French.
Thursdayj 17.
Annual meeting of Nebraska His
torical Society In Art Room Li
brary Hall.
Meeting of' Old Pioneers' Associa
tion In Art Hall.
Friday, 18.
Music at Convocation.'
Tlio Officers' Hop aFFraternity Hall.
Swedish Dancers in Memorial Hall
at 8 pr m. College Settlement
Benefit.
Saturday, 19.
English Club meets at University
Women's building, Twelfth and O
streets, 8:15 p. m.
Y.'M. C. A. dinner at St. Paul's
church at G p. in.
Monday, 21.
Nebraska 'vs. Iowa. Basket-ball In
Armory, at 8 p. rri.
Wednesday,1.
Prof, Guernsey. Jones, "Tho Japanese
Question."
Thursday, 24. , , .
' Walter Bradoy Tripp -in "Henry
IV.," In Memorial Hall at 8:15 p.
m., under' auspices of Dramatic
Club.
Friday, 2,5.
Freshman Hop at Lincoln Hotel,
Monday, 28. ...
Final examinations .for first semes
ter begin. '
Tuesday, 29. ," '.; . '",)- ; , '
' Walter Bradley Tripp;, MoqpjoguiBt?.
Memorial Hall.
UNIQUE PROGRAM.
(Contlnuod from page 1.)
campaign for funds is for tho collec
tion of sufficient monoy to enable a
moderato payment for the very com
petent training which is now being of
fered gratuitously by students nnd fac
ulty of tho University. The work has
already reached suclji a point whore
to ask unpaid aid is doing an injustice
to tho person to whom tho request is
made and a salary list must soon be
instituted. Tho Settlement Board Is
going to a heavy oxponBo In bringing
tho troupo of dnncors to Lincoln and
It hopes nnd believes that tho rosponse
by students and townspeople will bo
sufficient to afford them a vory sub
stantial net profit.
Tickets nro 50 cents each and ovory
ticket will bo resoryod. TIckots aro
on salo by members of tho Settlement
Board and nt tho two bookstores on
north Eleventh Street.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of other days as record
ed In The Nobraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Tho track men weo getting into.
shnpo for Charter Day. -.
Four Years Ago Today;
Tho Haskell Indians won an easy
victory over the 'Varsity basket-ball
five. Score, 35 to 18.
Three Years Ago Today.
Students filled the paper with com
munications expressing their views on
tho "Hack QuoBtlon," which agitated
the entire school at that time.
Two Years Ago Today.
The basket-ball five defeated the
Omaha Y. M. C. A. by a score of 24 to
21 in tho Nebraska metropolis.
Senior play committee mot in U. 106.
By a close vote tho commlttoo dedi
cated tho Senior Annual to Professor
Fossler.
Orie Year Ago Today.
The. Imperial Chinese Commission,
visited EincolnTA. special convocation,
was ho)d In honor of the forolgnorfl
at three o'clock. - j
ART8TUDE"NT8.
Pushing to Fro'nt at Chicago Art Insti
tute.
ThoArt department of the Univer
sity of Nebraska Is beginning to bo
known far and near, many largo art
schopls having placed it upon thoir
.exchanges!
While visiting in Chicago recently
Miss Haydon of tho Art department,
found a number of art students from
this University winning particular
recognition at tho Art Institute of Chi
cago. Mr, Ned Hadloy, who did art
worlc for tho law book of thid institu
tion is at the head of his class. He is
also employed in Illustrating, for two
books soon to be published." Tho
Misses Warnar, and also Mr. Wilson,
who wero here last year, are all doing
vory good work.
Professor Barbour, Is still almost
dally receiving skeletal fragments of
tho Nebraska Loess man from the
quarries unearthed at Florence. Re
cently he has received a well-preserved
skull which is much smaller and has
a more receding forehead than any
hitherto unearthed. This skull was
found burled, several feet deeper than
wore the original discoveries. The
entire collection of Loess skullfl will
bo on oxhlblfbefore the meeting of the
Nebraska Academy of Science, which
Is soon to bo held In Mechanics Arts
Hall.' ,
If. your subscription for the JNTebras
lean la due,, dp. do what you ought to do
and do iVnovy. We need the .money.
SAM'S CAFE
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PARTIES
Bell Phone..... 355
Auto..t... 7.3380
A Specialty In Oysters in Season3
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MORRIS' RESTAURANT
1204 P
A good place for students to eat.
First class cook, first class meals
REASONABLE PRICES '
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ELECTRIC SHOE
Repairing Factory
The only up-to-date plant in
the city. It pave you time
and money. ......
1220
HUYLER
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Bon BeiiM.
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Gotrell &
Leonard
ALBANY, N, Y.
Makers of CAPS, 60WHS and HOODS
To tbs Amirlcia Colliget inl Universities.
CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTY
Rtllabls Materials
Rsisooibla Prices
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