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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1907)
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In Her Greatest 8uccess
TlThfl t Lrnm lint VnnHnr"
Mat.,- 75c to 25c. Eve., $1.00 to 25c
THUR8DAY NIGHT, DEC. 19
KLAW AND ERLANGER OFFER-
"The Grand Mogul
FRANK MOULAN MAUD LILLIAN
$1.50; Bal., $1.00 & 75c; Gal.
f Sat. Mat. & Eve. Dec. 21.
"The Mayor of Tokio"
- - Mat. 75 to 25c. Ever $1.50 to25c.
MATINEE 3 P. H. EVE. 7:45 & 9i00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS .
FRANK H. TURNEY
"And He Did"
MR. JACK WILDE
. Illustrated Song
WRIGHT HUfjTINGTON & CO.
' "A Stolen Kiss"
Character Story Songs
. 8TEINER TRIO
Grotesque Comedy Bar Apt
THE TRAINER'S DAUGHTER
8TATUE8 NIGHT OUT'
MASTER A8 GENERAL
WHAT THE PIPE DID
WOOD INDUSTRY IN NORWAY
' "G. A. R." -1
By Mr. Lintt
,Wk GlMllcllE Monday, Die. 16
FULTON STOCK GO,
In the Beautiful Romantic Com
edy Drama .
- "NELL GYWNN"
Evening prices. ....... . 15c fend 25c
Matinees, Wed. and Sat.... i 15c
beats rcsrd, Box oflflco opens Jl b. ra.
FIHST t? NOVUM PICTURES
AND ILLUSTRATED ONQ8
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v II; ; YULE BROS.
Y. W. C. A. REPORT.
County Fair Made $317.28 for the Or
ganization. Tho Y. W. C. A. feels that an exact
statement ot the outcome of tho Coun
ty Fair Is tho rightful duo of tho many"
whose encouragement and work made
It a splendid success. Tho following
is the list of booth receipts, each booth
with one or two exceptions, paid their
hlllR hnfnrn hnnrilng ln tlnu-itmtmnlftJ.
Union Booth .$ 10.75
Pennant .. . . . . 3.(0
Lemonade '. 13. 45
Dramatic 7 . to
Kappa Gamma 17 .30
Tri Delta 10.05
PI Phi . . . :?. 28.ll
Alpha Omicron .-. -27.30
Delta Gamma 14.86
Kappa Theta '. 20.28
Alpha Pi 9.00
Alpha Chi Omega : 7. 15
Total Booth Receipts .$236.26
Total Ticket Receipts 127.07
Janitors, carpenters, .lights,
etc ..... $ 25.00
Materials J 21.05
Total .expenditures. ... $ 46.05
Balance clear . .$317.28
ELSIE H. ADAMS,
BEAR GETS HIM.
Noted Russian Who was Here Thrown
Mr. Tschiakowsky, the Russian revo
lutionist who addressed a large crowd
at Chapel on May 15, has fallen into
the hands of the Czacte government
and is now in a dungeon in his na
tive country. ThiB news wns rocelved
by Russians living in this city and the
information was given to the NebraB
kan by Felix Newton. Mr. Tschiak
owsky and another patriot toured this
country last year and wero here May
Mr. Tschiakowsky has been called
tho father of the Russian revolution--nTy-Bpiritnnia-lam-
it In 1875., He was compelled lo leave
Russia in tne.same year and went to
England where ho worked energetical
ly for his cause. Never-ceasing his
fight, he wrote many articles In for
eign newspapers and spread tho spirit
of tho movement over tho world.
When the revolution broke out old
Tschiakowsky joined tho movement
as a social revolutionist.
He became tho soul of his party
and attracted to it many distinguished
men. Ho twice visited tho United
States seklng the sympathy of tho Am
erican people for the causp of his op
pressed countrymen. '
A short time ago Mr. Tschiakowsky
returned to his native country and waB
caught by the Czars men. The Rus
sians in America feanthat he will be
NOTJCE TO. TEACHERS. .
8tudents Seeking Certificates Asked
All candidates for the university
teachers certificate at tho mid-winter
commencetiient should notify the sec-
mlttee(G. A. Luckey) wiuun tne next
The,-new school law Which makes it
much more difficult to obtain teachers'
certificates in Nebraska does not ef
fect the requirements as established in
the University but places tho matter
of high school certificates in the hands
of a state examining board with au
thority to inspect all schools granting
teachers' certificates. Tho profession
al requirements for high school certif
icates as offered in the University of
Nebraska are takenas the standard to
which other schools will bo asked to
"conform before granting 'certificates.
This law means a great deal to the
The department of education has
hall poveral calls for men,in normal
school and college work-in the field .of
education for1 which ho suitable candi
date seetmrat hand.
Pennants I Pennants!" Pennants 1
University Book. Store, .
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and ECONOMY as well. Just conceive of the most
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