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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1907)
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BARBERSHOP Hi CI 6 All -STORE
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317 SOUTH TWELFTH ST
TiasT & snides bank
Owned by the Stockholdorsl
of The First "National BankJ
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HUE WCfi J-1EAD OUR SPECIALTY
PfiONEftB AND' YOUR OEDBB WILL
vBBpKiyjB PJBOMPT ATTJENTION ,
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Rubber Stamps; Stencils,
Seais,Trae Checks, Keys
Machine Works, Model
898 'flat lltfc, Xlneeia
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THE UMIVEHS1TY MMV TIHLOB
Tha finest work done and prices right.'
Call at bur new store.
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BANks First Trust and Savings.
BA'KBRIES DalrymjUe, Pplsoni, Pe
try. BARBER SHOPS Grand " Central;
Marshall, Mogul, Richards, Capitol,
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAPE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons,
CIGARS Cole & McKenna; Matt's
CLOTHING Farquhar; Mageo &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltobreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymplo; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co., Rood, Ulrschnor-Morso.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRUGGISTS Hirschner-Morso, Jer
DRY GOODS Herpolshoimor; Mljler
FLORISTS Chapln; C. H. Frey.
FURNISHINGS BUdd; Mageo &
Deemer; Mayer Bros; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mme.
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
JAPANESE GOODS Akagl.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Hprtdersoft
LAUNDRIES EvanB; Merchants';
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, 'FolBom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazek,' Haydeii,
, Townsend, Clements. ,
PIANQS Schmoller & Mueller.
PRINTERS George Bros.; .Simmons.
RESTAURANTS Bo8ton: Lunch;
Buds;, Camprons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; Francis Bros.;
Qams, Windsor, Palace Dining Hall.
SHINING PARLORy-Cole &' Mc
Kenna. SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
TAILORS Bnckstrom; Dresher; El
liott; Hefftey; He'r4ogJ Liidwig;
Scotch Wollen -Mills, Union College
THEATERS Jewell; joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou. ' .
T XPEWRITERS Undprwood.
TROUSERS Baker Pants Co.
If you want the best 'and',
most stylish shoe at a pop
ular price, try a'
ROGERS & PERKINS
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WALK "Jt OYER
Anderson and Coupiand Speak at
Unlvorslty students had tho plea
sure of hearing tho two republican
candidates for rogont yostorday morn
ing at chapel. Regent Anderson, who
was appointed to fill part of a torm
by Governor Sholdon, and VMr. Coup
land, both spoke for a fow minutes.
Regent Andorson outlinod the won
derful growth of Nebraska In the past
fifty years. Ho declared that Irving
onco described the West as a place
where no man lived for a very long
period of time. It was not moro than
fifty, years ago that people thought of
the West as a desert. Tho growth In
population In this time has been re
markable. Not moro than forty years
ago tho first mile of railroad track,
was laid In Nebraska. Now wo have
G,000 miles of railroads. In 1866 valu
ation of real and personal proporty
was $1,705,918, while today Nebras
ka's property is valued at 1,650,000,
000 at least.
. The public schools have been iden
tified with tho entire growth of Ne
braska, and the Unlvorslty today
stands very high in the estimation of
all Nebraskans. Education is the
most valuable asset which anybody
can have, for it is always worth par
Mr. Coupiand thon spoke for a few
minutes. He declared that he was a
representative of the agricultural In
terests of the state, and that ho could
Speak with assurance of tho attitude
of the people of the state regarding
the University. He declared that it
was one of love, especially among the
more intelligent classes', and that they
desired to see the University of the
very highest type.
The material value of the Universi
ty has proved to bo of much greater
value than the money actually ex
pended. Tho University stands for
culture which is one of tho things
that Nebraska most noods at tho pres
ent time. Too high an estimate can
not be placed on the work of the pro
lessors and Instructors. It is , un
selfish and comes from the highest
Mr. Coupiand declared that in re:
cent years thore had been a notable
growth of tho Idea that civic virtue
Is of primary Importance. The pol Id
eal body 1b 'becoming more unified and
each person is learning that he has
a work to do. Men are beginning to
realize that they are their brothers'
The primary purpose of tho Universi
ty of Nebraska Is to make cltizons.
Automatic Device for Ringing Bells
The observatory clock ' has been
equipped- with a now program appara
tus for ringing tho bells In the several
buildings. The old program apparatus
was designed some years ago by Prof.
Sweezy, but was Intended to operate
one'progra'rii only; that Is, to rlng'the
bells alike each day of the week. Now
that the convocation exercises occur
Tuesday and Thursday onjy, the class
hours .are somewhat different than
those of tho, other days.. Tho new de
vice automatically changes thG 'pro
gram f.r,orif day to 'day, and also cuts
out the bells during athc night and oh
Saturday and Sunday.- It his iworkec
perfectly -from the start, although
thore has been some trouble with the
wiring for 'some of the buildings.
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;Kood, J1'J9 Nortk Fourteenth jftreet.
"TC HAV MATINEE, 2:3f
P VUni TONIGHT, S:tt
In the New York HI
The Prince Chap
Mat. 25o to $1.09. Night 2Sc. te JMu
Frl Sat and Mat., Oct 2S40.
THE GREAT 80CIETY DRAMA
When We Were Frienfa
Night, 60c, 35c. And 26c. MaU 25t, Wc
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PRICKS TtN aJ FIFTKBH JCHJTTS
FINK'S LONG-EAED CIRCl
ILLU8TRATED ' 80rt-"TAR-
light.' mr: HUbsttri
DAVE AND PERCIE MARTIN
BAKER AND GOMBY COMEDY
The 8lnglhg and 'Dancing Girl.
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NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLICY
" "POPULAR PRICE8. -
Balcony 10 'cents, entire lower HiWr
.15 centa, boxes .25' cents; Net)ri
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