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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1908)
in the Two Act Comedy
"The Girl that Looks Like Me"
Nlghr-1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50c A. 20c
TONIGHT AT 8:15
i ... : .And 35 In
"Tlic Girl Over There"
500 Seats on- Lower Floor at $1.00
TUESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 14
Mrs. Leslie Garter
MATINBE 3 P. M. EVE. 7:45 & 9:00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
An Artistic Feature
' illustrated Song, "So Long, Joe"
john J. Wilde
The Man of Many Faces
WALTER WASHBURN and
BROWNING & LE VAN
CLAYTON, JENKINS & GASPAR
Week CoMMenctng Monday, Jin, 6
FULTON STOCK CO.
Woman Against Woman
Evening prices 15c and 25c
Matinees, JCCand Sa '....,, 15c,
boats rcavd, Box office opeiiH 11 n. ra.
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
8oclal night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
in Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
street. -Auto 5241.
Biwling, Billiards, Pool and Cigars
' The Finest Place in the West. 934 P Street
MEMMEN CANNON CO.
THE "UNI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes 'all students and invites you
to 'enjoy bur Smoking and Reading
Room. It's a, pleasure to please. Try
"UNI" 8MOKE HOUSE.
1132 O STREET
1320 N St., Llnssln, Nsb.
f ,For Sale. . , l.
Foe Sale Journal route" In good lo
cality. Address 600 Nebraskan. . ;'
BUSINESS DIRECTORY ii
Kverjr X.oynl Cnlvertlty Btadeat Is
It nrred to patroalie these Nebraa t
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ATHLETIC QOODS Lawlor.
BANKS--First Trust and Savings.
BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Pe
try. BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shops, Marshall, Emmert.
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons,
CIGARS Cole & McKenna'; Matt's
CLOTHING Farquhar; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltobreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co., Rood, Hlrschner-Morse.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRUGGISTS HIrschner-Morae, Jer
DRY GOODS Herpolslielmer; Miller
FLORISTS Chapin; C. H. Froy.
PURNJSHINGS Budd; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.--
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mme.
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
HATTERS Budd, Hoflloy, Lincoln
JAPANESE GOODS Akagl.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Hendorson
LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazok, Hayden,
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller.
PRINTERS Georgo Bros.; SImmonB.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch ;
Buds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; FranclB Bros.;
Sams, Windsor, Palace Dining Hall.
SHINING PARLOR Colo & Mc
Kenna. SHOES Beckraan Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty;. Roger's & Per
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
TAILORS Backstrom; DrcBher; El
liott; Heffley; Herzog; Ludwlg;
Scotch Wollen Mills, Union College
THEATERS Jewell; Jdy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou, Wonderland, Elite.
TROUSERS Baker Pants Co.
Low Rates. .
Effective November 25, the Wabash
will put In a very low rate, of $10.00
(second-class), Chicago to New York.
The Waba'sh has three solid vestl
buled trains leaving Chicago dally
from the Dearborn street station, at
12:04, 3:00 and 11:00 p. m.
Further Information may bo had
from' Harry E. .Moores, G. A, P. D.,
Box Writing Paper .Sale
going on now. 50 per
cent discount, on all box
. paper for the next ton
days. Now is the time
to, stock, up. f
1j31 SOUTH ELEVENTH ST.
8tate Agricultural Associations Will
Be Here 8oon.
Nineteen associations, known as the
Nebraska State Agricultural Associa
tions, will m?et in Lincoln January
20-25. The most Important of these
are the Nebraska Poultry Association,
the Nebraska State Horticultural So
ciety, the Association of Agricultural
Students, and the Nebraska Com
Growers' Association. There ar? also
numerous breeders' associations.
The committee on arrangements has
spared m labor to present a program
which will hold the Interest of the al
lied associations from beginning to
end. Many specialists In agricultural
pursuits have boen engaged for ad
dresses. Among the Nebraskans who
will speak are Chancellor Andrews,
University Regent Coupland, ex-Governor
W. P. Poynter, E. M. Little, su
perintendent of the Nebraska Experi
ment Station, Prof. C. E. Bosssy,' and
Governor Georgo L. Shoidbn.
Stock judging exhibitions will be
held' at the Judging pavilion at tho
State Farm. A butter, milk and cheese
exhibit will be open in tho dairy build
ing throughout. the woek. Tho usual
beautiful exhibit of flowers and fruit
will bo made by the horticulturists.
Other exhibitions will be the wlntor
corn show and the boys' and girls'
corn and cooking contests.
On' Friday evening Governor and
Mrs. Sheldon will glvo a reception
to the members of tho various asso
ciations. . 'Excursions to points pf in
terest in and about Lincoln are pro
vided for the amusement of -the Junior
( Continued from pago 1.)
complished by tho department which
many scientists declared to be Impos
sible.. -A large flat .piece of rock, con
taining many pieces of bones from ex
tinct animals, was cut out of the rock
with such care that tiro bones were
left sticking out In perfect condition.
This piece of rock, about six feet long
and four feet high, was boxed up and
sent to. Lincoln. It was placed In an
oak case in the museum and now af-"
fords the only opportunity In the world
of seeing Just how tho bones are. found
In nature. The rock comes from Sioux
The bad land corkscrews have been
arranged in two great cases at oppo
site .ends of the second iloor. The
hack and bottom of the cases hayo
been arranged to represent as nearly
as .possible tho appearance of tho bad
' lands. Around the bases of tho cork
screws .the plants, familiar In the bad
lands will be arranged.
(Continued from Pago 1,)
Hon. S. D. Cole, member of Congress
from Ohio; Professor Clark, of tho
Georgetown University Law School,
and Mitchell Carroll, Ph. p., of Wash
lngton, D. C. '
Mr. Sunderlln's effort was the sub
ject of 'nn extensive article In thftj
Washington Times. 'Altogether, the
former Nebraskan has made good as
a . debater. . . "
In a recent nieet in Philadelphia,
Guy Haskins, ofilie University of
'Pennsylvania, won by a half yard in
a 1,000 yards sp'eclal match race 'from
M. W. Sheppard, of, .the Irish-American
Athletic Club of New York, hold
er of the world's record for COO yards,
800 yards and one anile indoors.
Forty-six' per cent of the freshmen
at Yale use: tobacco. Of this number
nb less than thirteen per cent got trip
habit .after entering tho university
20 PER CENT
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Discount Sale on Mats,SHlt-
' tags,, etc., at
TAILORS AND HATTERS
1337 O St.
Ladles, and Gentlemen If In
tho market for a now tyjtewrltei1
or desiring to ront one, iv
would be glad to havo our sales
man call and -demonstrate tho
visible Underwood. Yours re
714 P St.
THE GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP aw CI8AE STOK
W. H. jJARTHELMAN, Proprietor
134 South Eleventh 81. East Side
317 SOUTH TWELFTH 8T.
Rubber Stalnps, Stencils,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
-Machine .Works, Model
Tin "MAT A I LY
Ctapeco Shrnnk.Qaartcr Slzo Collar 1 VV
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