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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1908)
TJHfe DAILY NBBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:lfr
ETHEL DOVEY and
-At FREDERICfCC. TRUE8DELU
.,. In the JMusical Play
"The .District Leader"
"PRICE8 $1.50 to 25c.
Rl. NIGHT & 8AT. MAT. JAN. 10-11
' KATHRYN 08TERMAN
In the Two Act Comedy
"The Girl That Looks Like Me"
; Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50c & 20c
SATURDAY NIGHT, JAN. 11.
And 35 In
"The Girl Over There"
MATINEE P. M. EVE. 7:4& & 9t00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
An Artistic Feature
Illustrated Song, ''So Long, Joe"
JOHN J, WILDE
The Man of Many Faces
WALTER WASHBURN and
; NELLIE KEELEY
BROWNING & LE VAN
CLAYTON, JENKINS. & GA8PAR
WtskGomMenclng Moday.. Jan. 6
FULTON STOCK GO.
Woman Against Woman
Evening prices 15c and 25c
Malinoes, Wed. and Sat 15c
' boats resvd, Box office opens 11 a. m.
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced,. Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and 8aturday.
m SoclaJ night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. ' Most beautiful ha I.I
In 'Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241.
Itwllng, lllllirds, Pstl and Clears
The" Finest Place In the West. 534 P Street
WNEMMEN CANNON CO.
Welcomes all studentand Invites you
to enjoy oUr 8moklng and. Reading
Room. It's, a pleasure, to pleaseTry
."UNI" 8MOKE HOU8E.
1132 O STREET
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easy Thanksgiving contest would not
bo a bad thing. I bejlovo a game with
Crelghton, Thanksgiving would bo
pretty good all around."
Manager Eager will not conclude
any arrangements for a Thanksgiving
game until after February 1. Not un
til that date -will the Big Nine schools
know what Michigan Is going to do
about returning to the conference and
they will not schedule games with Ne
braska until the Wolverines act. And
as Mr Eager Is figuring on getting
two or three games with conference
schools bofloro scheduling any other
games for next season the Universi
ties wanting a Thanksgiving contest
will have to wait until after February
Many Students of Botanical Seminar
of 1886 Succeed.
Dr. Besaey is in receipt of a letter
from. J. G. Woods, '88, who is at tho
head of the United States Experiment
Station at Honolulu. This brings to
ir.ind the formation of the botanical
seminar In 1886. It was formed by
seven students, all of whom have
achieved distinction after leaving
school. The original members were
Dean Roscoo Pound, J. Q. Woods,
mentioned above; Schofleld, now a
prominent doctor in Iowa; Weber, for
u long time a botanist In the United
States Department of Agriculture, and
now jirofessor of plant breeding at
Cornell JIntversIty; WIlllamB, who at
(he time of his death was the foremost
authority on Hchen in the country;
Mnrsland, one time teacher in tho
Lincoln High School, and now a suc
cessful business man in Boston; and
Woods, one of tho foremost technical
botanists in the employ of the govern
ment. Three passenger trains leave Lin
coln every day via the Missouri Pa
cific at 8:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m., and 10:15
p. m. Through pullman sleeper for
Kansas City leaves every night at
10:15 p. m. The day express for Kan
sas City and SL .Louis leaves at 8:00
a. m. For full information regarding
rates, connections etc., call at city
ticket office, southwest corner Twelfth
and O- streets. Depot, corner Ninth
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale dally
round trip tickets to all tho winter
resorts of tho siouth New Orleans,
Gulf Coast points, Florida, CubajWest
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, "G. A.
P. D., Wabash It. It., Omaha, Neb.
Have you had your picture taken for
Advertise your wants In the Ne
braskan. Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
The best place to. eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
;, 146 .No.-Elovath-areetr
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Go to 'Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for chiropody. (
Green's .barber- shops are the best
In the WeL
r aiace ,uinin
all. -4 No lunch
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12;
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Beckraan Br'os. Fine shoes, lip7 O. at
An Important Purchase and
Sale of High Grade Shirts
Saturday morning we have ready
one of the most attractive events of
the year for men
We offer the surplus stock
Shirts to sell for less than $1.00 up to $3.00. The
entire lot comprises the $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qual?
ities, made up entirely of Woven Madras, Cheviot
and Percale cloths. Light and dark colors, cuffs on
or off coat styles and patterns to suit every taste.
You can take your choice Saturday morning for
.. Wc.exp.ect to, sell them by the Jhalf dozen "to a
great many men. We especially call the attention
of our regular trade to this splendid Shirt opportun
ity. Be prompt The demand will draw heavy on
the best styles -the first day. '
Come Saturday if possible
Magee & Deemer
Suits and O'coats
NO MORE NO LESS
' ONION MADE-
J. F. GREGORY, Manager and Cutter
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Liicili IriKb, 145 Si, 13th St.
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of a leading Shirt manu
facturer whose product"
The purchase at such
price concessions was
brought about by un
usual season oonditions
and sanguine anticipa
pations of reorders, that
never came. '
This factory makes ho
Made to Order, $15
AT LOW PRICES
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