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flexible underwear. Munaing union
tulte are the meat aatiefactery. meder
ate priced underwear for rrierl who aril
tired of the discomfort of separate
enirta and drawers. Munsinf auite
wear well, fit well and yield to every
m.etien of the most active man.
Medium weight cotton suits. . . .$1.50
Heavy, fleece lined cotton suits $1.50
. Weel and cotton mixed $2.00 to $4.00
AH wool, very heavy, fine quality
Mercerized, looks like. silk and wear
Miller & Paine
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Our Luncheonettes "and
Hot Chocolate Sbtfa are
I3I Suth llth Strut
1320 N St., Llrteoln.Neb.
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THE MMIVEMITY MAES' TAILOB
r$hi finest work done and prices right.
Gail at our new store.
1230 O St.
FIKST IF MPVIM PICTURES
AND ILLUSTRATED SONS
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O IAJUEIT.MCTWM IN THE
Gillette Safety Razor
F. B. Harris, Jeweler,
1137 O Straat,
SPECIAL SELLING AGENT.
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and 8aturday.
8ocIal night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
in Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
etreet. Auto 5241.
MME. F. F. ROSS
Scimtlfic Ckirdfiilsf Manicurist
HAIR IKSSHMJ MM l4lSM rallHt
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UNIVfRSin XWEUR 4 IfTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
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A LIVELY SCRAP.
(Continuod from pago 1.)
gor entorod and announced that he
was wanted at tho telephone. When
ho camo out of the door ho unsus
pectingly foil Into tho hands of tho
Sophomords and was hurrlod nway to
a waiting wngon. A Bparchlng party
was at once formed, but Mr. Elliott
was not on hand when tho mooting
was called to o'rdor.
. Mr. R. Wlldlsh, ex-prosldont of tho
Junior clasB, acted1 as tho presiding
ofllcor and was aided in preserving
order by fifty valiant Juniors. Dean
Davis sat on tho platform and gavo
moral wolght at loast to tho offorts
mado to preserve order.
At tho. door of the building stqod
tho gonial janitor who reigns over
Memorial Hall, carefully carrying to
a great club nearly throo foot in
length. Ho was sevoral times forced
to uso it most vigorously. Ono luck'
less Sophomoro mado his way to tho
head of tho stairs, but ho was dotoct
ed and thrown forcibly from tho hall.
It was rumored that thoro woro sov
oral presont during tho meeting, but
if so they kept their identity care
As soon as the news was roceivod
of tho results of tho election tho fow
waiting Sophomores started off across
the O street viaduct to tho place
whore tho prisoners were waiting.
Mr. Hascal was at once sot free, but
Mr. Weaverling, '-with a groat ban
dana handkerchief ovor his head and
his face blackened with charcoal, was
led up O street in tho midst of- u
howling crowd. Three times thd
crowd marched, up and down O stree(
waiting for the expected attack of tho
Freshmen, but ho Preshmon appearod,
Finally Mr. Weaverling 'waa conduct
ed to his rooms, where three choors
were given for him Tioforo ho was set
Mr. Weaverling declarod that hp
had no hard feolings whatever on
tho way bo had beon treated, -but felt
that ho had boon treated white in
every particular. Ho said that ho
only hoped ho Would bo able to treat
some Sophomore in tho same mannor
in tnojaoar future. Y
TOHAV MATINEE, :30
P JLJJr I TONIGHT, 8:15
THE GREAT SOCIETY DRAMA
When We Were Friends
Night, 60c, 35c. and 25c. Mat. 25c, 10c.
Men., Tues., Night., Oct. 26-29. j
The Beautiful Pasteral, Drama
The Yolunteir Oremist
Williams Has Plenty of Material on
'the Ames Squad.
, AMES, Iowa-Coach Williams now
has two full team's on tho first Ames
squad. Tho new candidates are Reeves
and Main, wlio tiro candidates for tho
ond position, now' being' playod by
StaufTor. Guy Lambert has beon shift
ed from orid to half and it is expected
that ho will stay there for Bomo time
to "come. Sioux Jones, coach of tho
scrubs, has beon bringing out some,
now plays for tho varsity to boIvo
based on tho Iowa formations, nnd
thus far Williams' men have had Httlo
difficulty in breaking them up.
Tho work of Mcltoberts, tho fresh
mnn quarter baek, is especially not
able, and as this is tho last year for
both Jenson and Hubbard, tho develop
mont of this new star is especially
pleasing to tho coaches. Practically no
preparations aro b01ng mado for the
game with Cornell College, Iowa, to bo
played here Saturday.
-The Junior and 8enlor Themes Will
r 8oort Be Due. ,
Junior and Senior thomea for 1907
1908 are due at University Hall 107 on
the following dates as announced in
tho Calendar (pago 253):
First Junior thome, December 9;
Second Junior Themo, March 6; Sen
ior theme, January' 13.
Tho proposed subjects of tlieso
themes must bo submitted to the de
partment, on blanks for tho purpose,
nt least ono month before tho themes
aro due, that is:
First Jnior theme, November 9;
Second Junior theme, February 6;
Senior Thome, December 13.
Theso themes should contain at
least 1200 words, should be written in
Ink .'oiKoBerside pf-i'themepaper, and
should bo enclosed In cover properly
Late themes and themes, the sub"
Jects of which have not been approved
by tho department will not bo ac
cepted. DEPARTMENT OF RHETORIC.
Bt. 'Chae', VoAngirttt, enUt J03
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PRICES TEN mi FimiH OMITS
FINK'S LONQ-EARED CIRCUS
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Mat. at 3 p. m. Evening 7:"45 artri 9.'
NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLjCV
' POPULAR PRICES. ,'
Balcony 10'cents, 300 seat reserved
20 cents, boxes 25 cents. Nothing
higher. Three performances dally.
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orod Biblical movlng'ploturofl tho
worjd baa over, prod.gqod,.
THE PASSION PLAY
Mr. Charles Bagley' '
"THE HOLY CITY"
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