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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1907)
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THE WOMAN HATER
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PECK'S BAD BOY
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"A Little Child Shall Lead Them"
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10c and 15c, Mat, 10c.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
JOHN J. WILDE
HAIGH AND THOMAS
RAND AND BYRON
J C. NUGENT, assisted by "
Shott Troubles Go Off
Rogers & Perkins
n 1129 O Street
For Sale-rMeal tickets. at a big dls-cotmt-for
cash on a first-class:1 board--ing;house.
Ask at cashier's window ofc
Farjiiers'.Grocery Co., We,havQ a snap
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Xvcry Loyal ValTcraUjr Stmlent
la urged to patronize theje N
braakaa advertisers, and to men
tion the paper while doing ae.
BARBER SHOPS Oroen's Palace.
BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Coop, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
BAKERY Potry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, FlrBt Na
tional. CAFE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
eron, Windsor. J
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS Llndsoy, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, The Sterling.
OOAL Gregory, Whitobreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
sheimer, Rudgo & Guenzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Riggs.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
HABERDASHERY $2.50. Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallott, F. B.
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbos, Molick,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, George
Bros., McVey, Simmons,, The Ivy
MUSIC Curtice, Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, -Cameron's.
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Por
kins, Electric Shoo Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
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Referee Dodge of Kansas
pire Hoar of Nebraska
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 'So. 12th.
Tou will bo satisfied with -Cameron's
A good writing tablet is a necessity.
Get it at the Unl Book Store.
'Tho best place to eat in town is at
Don't Cafe, 114 So. 11th St.
Your writing always, looks good n
our fancy box-paper, at the TJal Book
Miss . A. C. SoukUp, Dressmaker.
Special rates to students. 1136 O St,
Before ordering dance programs,
"tickets or posters see McVey,' i26 No.
The ffth recital of the students of
tho School of (Music will .bo hold thta
evening at 8 pi rn. sharp'. The'prograni
was published in last Saturday's No
Speaks Entertainingly Before Union
"Ov reading has almost become a
lost art," said Chancel lor 13, BonJ. An
drews In Ills short discourse boforo the
Union Society last Friday night. "The
reason for thiB," ho continued, "Is that
we read too much. Formerly when
books wore rare there was a groat de
mand for oral readers, who developed
the art of reciting into a high state of
perfection. But as books became
cheaper oral reading began to rotrd-
grade until wo havo the present state
of affairs. However, one imiBt read
aloud in orderyto get a good impres
sion of literature, and this is especial
ly true of poetry.
"Few people now use their voice
correctly. They do not exercise their
lungs enough, and in consequonco can
not speak long. If everybody would
take breathing exercises and use the
lower part of their lungs as well as the
upper I am sure there would bo less
"Another thing a young person
should do is to store up in memory
gems of poetry. What a source of sat
isfaction it is to repeat these, espe
cially when one is traveling or when
old age with blindness and deafnoss
And to show the practicability of all
this, the Chancellor concluded. by re
citing "Lord Vellian's Daughter."
Mr. N. A. Kemmish, M. E. '07, of
the Lincoln Traction Company, will
speak to tho Engineering Society on
Wednesday evening or this week at
oight o'clock in M 211. His subject
will be "District Heating" and should
prove of great interest to all interested
in engineering subjects. Since Ills
graduation from tho University, Mr.
Kemmish has been engaged with the
Lincoln Traction Company and is
thoroughly familiar with the plant
which was Installed in Lincoln a few
years ago, "by which the exhaust heal
from the power houses is piped thru
the business section and is used for
heating purposes by several of the busi
ness houses in tho city. He has a num
ber of blue prints and drawings which
Illustrate his subject clearly and this
should make his lecture more than 'a
drawing card to the engineers. Tho
public Is Invited. . ,
Zoological Club to Meet.
The Zoological Club will hold a
meeting in room 301 of Mechanic ArLs
Hall this evening. The following is
"The Physiology of Regeneration,"
by T. H. Morgan. Reviewed by T. D.
"Modification of tho Hermit Crab
Caused by Parasites." Review of F. A.
Pott's research by Henry B. Ward.
Books for valentines: "An Old
Sweetheart of Mine," "Riley's Lovo
Lyrics," "Evangeline," illustrated- by
Christy, "Reveries of a Bachelor," il
lustrated by Ashe, "Courtship of Miles
Standlsh," illustrated by Christy, "The
Lovers' Year Book," etc. . Postal card
valentines lc each and upward. The
Lincoln Book Store, 112G O St.
YrW. C A. Party.
The Y. W.' C. A. will give a Valentine
party to the members of the Y. M.C.
A. on next Thursday evening in Mem
orial Hall. The young ladies extend
a special invitation to all Y. M. C. A.
All cadets are Instructed to assemble
by companies in the Armory tonight
and to" Tiring tweuty-flve cents, "Corn
The Latin Club will meet with Pro
fessor Sanford at 1618 L street this
evening. Officers will be elected.
English Literature 14.
Professor Wallace announces thai
no more students can be accomodated
in English Literature 14.
An article by Dr. Avery on the Chem
istry of the Bleaching of Flour will bo
published in the April number of the
Journal Of the American Chemical So
William Unsicker and Grant Caughey
of South Omaha, and M. Shellenbe:
ger of Omaha aro visiting at the Phi
Gamma Delta house. .
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