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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1907)
IX he Datl? BebrafMn
Tf HAV MATINEE, 2:30
I, UUM T TONIGHT, 8:1B
benefit Y. W. C. A. Building Fund
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
250 PEOPLE 250
Night, 75, BO, 35 A 25c. Mat., 25410c
Free Candy to Every Matinee Patron
(Continued from pago.l.)
Museum. Aside from the cases tho
only remnant of tho collection of
specimens that have beon movod to
the now building 1b tho Bryan Alliga
tor. Aftor tho cases aro removed this
Bleeping monster will no longor need
to romaln to do "guard duty" In theso
old quarters whero ho has served so
Dr. Ward's office Is now In room 306.
MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 15.
Charles Frohman Presents
in A. W. Plneo's Greatest Success
f , r HIS HOM8E IN ORDER
Ore, $1.60. Bal., $1.60, & $1.00. Gal., 50c
CLARK A TEMPLE
Illustrated 8ong "If the Man In the
Moon Were a Coon.'1
Ladles' 8ouvenlr Matinees Tuesdays
Continuous Shows from 1:30 to 8:30
I' . fend 7'.oo to 10:30 p. m.
WATER CARNIVAL OF VENICE
CINDERELLA AND THE GLA88
SLIPPER (Hand Colored)
HER NAME WA8 MAUDE
THE UNLOOKED FOR MEAL
THE CARVING DOCTOR
THE WOMEN UP-TO-DATE
"Where the 81lvery Colorado Flows"
8ung by Leslie Pomeroy.
""When the 8now-Blrds Cross the
8ung by Miss Gurney.
( Continued from pago 1.)
by tho people, and the states woro not
sovereign. Thus was Webster an ar
dent exponent of nationality, advocat
ing that non-political offices should not
bo used for political purposes.
On slavery, ho was again a trlflo In
consistent, opposing tho extension of
slavery and then in 1850 turning about
and pleading nationality. After 1830
he was known as tho defender of the
constitution. Not a creator, but an
advocate, maintaining carefully and
with great effect that principle Is
stronger than precedent and that In-,
tomrotatlon should bo liberal. Web
ster was called inductive and Calhoun
seductive, and It Is true ho novor had
the hold on tho people that Clay had,
for the people callod him an aristocrat.
Calhoun, however, said of him that he'
c.uld not look truth in the face and
As diplomat and secretary of state,
he settlod many troublesome things
by treaty, usually bringing credit and
satisfaction to both parties concerned.
Thru him woro settled the north-east
boundary of the United States, tho
right of search and Impressment, tho
affair of the Sandwich Islands, tho at
tack on the Spanish consulate at New
Orleans, and tho fisheries question.
Whether at the bar or in the vari
ous courts, ho was th.e greatest of liv
ing orators. His first efforts were
made In college and the development
was Blow. HIb early style was bom
bastic, referring much to Greeks and
Romans. But he made a conscious
study of stylo, constantly compressing
and trying to bo effeotlve. His man
ner of. speaking was deliberate, grand
HIb closing days were pathetic. He
was bereft of family and disappointed
in tho presidency, $le had catered to
tho South for its friendship, and while
failing to win It, lost the friendship
of the North. Nevertheless, his death
In 1852 cast a gloom over the whole
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Register for Athletic Board
Election cjlpril 8-9-10-11-12-13
and 15. 11 to 12 o'clock, in
Main Hall and Library & tf
ALWAYS PAS8 BECAUSE THEY ARI KEPT UP TO TH1 MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Best' for Athletes.
BEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOWTEN CENTS PER COPT,
No. 238. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Qullck, plrector
of Physical Training, N. T. Public Schools. . ,
No. 27. Group XII College Athlotlcs. By M. O. Murphy, tht Wftty
known Athlotlo Trainer, now with Univ. of Penn,
No. 246. Group XII Athletic Training for 'Schoolboys. By Geo. .ft.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn, axd a' famous athlete himself.
A copy of our complote catalogue of athlotlo goods will be mall4 Mjsob
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
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I Do Your Washing
H. G. Strayer, '03, Is commercial In
structor In tho Methopolltan Business
college of Chicago, and also Is a mem
bor of tho Junior Law class of the
Illinois College of Law.
nnn't forcrot when vou want your
picture framed thtlt the Lincoln Book
Store doeB good work of this kind
and does It at reasonable prices. The
No. Is 1126 O St
I UNION COLLEGE
For First Glass Tailor
ing at Low Priest . .
Auto, 48 Colligt Vliw
Pictures and posters for college
men's rooms. Samples at 1600 P St,
or brought to any address. Auto, 4406,
Bell A-2165. L. L. BlBhop.
There Is no time like Harris time
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
LoBt A string of amber beads.
Finder please return to Mrs. W. A.
Barkloy and receive reward.
You are wearing batter clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
Students wanting profitable employ
ment during Bumpier vacation call at
245 Windsor this, week. . , ,
Gregory's Semi-Anthracite $7
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