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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1907)
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PiHs' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and 8aturday.
-Social night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
Jn Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241. ',.
THE 'INI' SMOKE HOUSE
(Welcomes all students and Invites you
to- enjoy our Smoking and Reading
Room. It's a pleasure to please. Try
"UNI", 8MOKE HOUSE.
1132 O 8TREET
Itwllng, Billiards, Pol and Clears
The finest Place In the West.
MEMMCJt CJIOIVJ CO
The boBf paco to eat la, town is at
jDobb Cafe 14 So., Eleventh street,
Ghapln Bros., florists, 137 So. 12th.
! . exclusive ' f '
JO 1320 N t$ Lincoln, Nh. l
VARIETY AND COLOR
THERE IS no garment that a man wears' that, he
appreciates so much as a handsome fitting,
luxuriously lined overcoat when it hugs at the
right place, is draped just right when comfort and
elegance speak in every curve and style is absolutely
correct. Our coats at
$15, $18, $20,
are certainly the best ever. Equally fascinating
Suits at about thesame range of satisfactory quali
ties, tyle and price ....
Our Store has commenced to bloom
with early holiday arrivalsand choosing from, now.
on will be exceptionally pleasing; Bath robes, Smok
ing Jackets, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Suspend
ers; Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Neckwear, Umbrellas,,
Hats, Suit Cases, Bags, etc., etc.
J "From top to toe except
We've, the best on earth from which to choose."
-Your money's worth or your money back
1217 O St
A-Good Place to
Buy" Good Clothes
AT THE FAIR.
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They go hero under 'the apportions
of Knodo and Overfoldor.
Pass right along! Plenty of room in
front! These, then are those wonder
ful Caucasian gairls, with the fluffy
hair and pierolng eyes, with a basket
on their arm, and shouting, "Beau
tiful varsity caps, right from Palnos,
only ten cents, while they last. Rub
ber balls, ballDons, horse radishes,,
sauerkraut, llmborger cheese, and ten
Uncle Josh and Aunt Saraanthy are
right at your elbow all the time. They
hall right from the pumpkin vines and
are there to give you the glad hand.
YosJ everyone will find hls country
cousin thero, also the sunbonnet ba
bies, the one-armed man, the confet
ti girls, the snake charmer,' the Zulu
chief, tho Woogy Boogy man, the
toothless giant, and the hairless Mi
llard bail' '
THE PIKE Is something youftn't
miss when you are once there, but
something you- will always miss if
you'ro not .there, and so Ono a a
-time' gentlemen, no crowding, jusfbno
at a time please. Everybody hold his
own! ' ,
Ldncoln .Dancing Academy, 1132 N
street, Class night Wednesday. So
cial nights, Mondays and Fridays,
8tolrp.'m. Select crowds. Univer
sity Btudonts especially ,'invited.
$25 to $35
Nebraska Given Four Places on Mask-'
. er's Eleven.
James "Masker of the Kansas City
Athletic Club gives Nebraska four
places on the All-Missouri ValloI
eleven selected by him and published
in the Kansas City Times. The Corh
huakers given places by Masker 'are
Frum, right tackle; Chaloupka, left
tackle; Cooke, quarter, and Weller.
right half. The Masker selection' is:
Haughey, 'Washburn, right end.
Miller, Missouri, rlghT tackle,
Frum, Nebraska, right guard.
Brown, Vashburn, center.
Reed, Kansas, loflguard. ,1
Chaloupka, Nebraska, loft tackle,
rprlver, Missouri, left end. '
- Cooke, Nebraska, quarter back.
Welter, Nebraska, right 'half. " '
Acton, Oklnhpmn, left half.' ,
Williams,' Washburn, fulj.back.
The Palladian program for tonight
Is as ioljows: '
Vocaf Solo, . v .Evangeline Strickland
Fiano Duet.J ..... ,
..MlsseF Elsa and Blanche 'Given
Whistling Solo..... Grace White
Violin Solo........... Hed wig Jaeggl
Vocal Solo 7. . . . . , John Kettridge
Violin Solo. , Mary Herbert
Vocal Solo,., John Walker
Seleotlong by the Palladian Male
The public is cordially Invited,
TONIGHT, 8AT. A SAT. MAT.
J08. E. HOWARD
In the Western Play With Music
The Flower of the Ranch
Night $1.50 to 25c. Mat. 75o to 25Tc
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 9.
MILDRED HOLLAND '
n Her New Romantic Drama
"A Paradise of Lies'?
PRICES $1.50 to 25c.
MATINHB 3 P. M. EVE. US 8c ?00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
. In "Uncle Seth's Visit"
' THE 20 LAS '
In Their Mystic Mirror Dance
DUNCAN AND HOFFMAN
8lnglng, 'Dancing andi Comedy.' .'
THE GAGNOUX j?
Juggling and Feats of Equilibrium!'
COURTURE & GILLETTE .
Acrobats and Gymnasts ' .
MR. JACK VVILDE k
Latest Illustrated 8ongs
NATHAN HALE,. THE SPY
. 8ATAN IN PRI80N
WHO STOLE THE' CHICKEN7
- 'UNLUCKY TR0U8ER8
, "8mile On Me." 7. .Llntt
Week ciiMiicliit HiMiy, Die. 2
FULTON STOCK CO.
In the beautiful Society Comedy
Thi Greaist Thing in Lift
Evening! prices. IBqand 2So
Matinees, Wed. 'and Sal. ...... .v. ( I So
beats rmvdi Box office opena 11 a, m
FINEST ff MOVINi nOTAES
ANri Illustrated ons
-1O30 O TRCET- '
1337 O STREET
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