The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 17, 1908, Image 3

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Hints In Soldiery
Jf OmpiNAL BOOTBLACK QUARTET
. y '.&' Genuine Melody. Plenty of Mirth
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Pitts' Dancing School
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Beginners,, Wedneadav and Saturday.
."' Social nlgHt Frl'day.liRrlVate class
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ATHLETIC GOfcraIl01v.- .,
BANKS--FirBt Trust a'ntf!i&vlngs. ,
1- XJbntfar Natldnair TySS ' $ ""
rB AKRIES Dalrymple, FoisOm, ,Pe-
BARBER v SHOPS-rGrand .Central,.
Green's Shops,- Marahall; fianmerfcj
BATH 30USE C5htli,..v f '
BOOK sipRBS-CoK)pj A Lincoln;
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CLEANERS Wood. -V '
CLOTHINaFrQUha; MRg '
Doemer: Mayer Brbsr; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltebreast 'f.,
CdNFECTtONBRYif talrymple; Iinr
jcoln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy.
, Co., Roodj -Hlrjjchner-Jaorse,' r
DANCING AADBMYUncdln, Pitts'.'
DENTISTS Graham;. Yungblut" : , ,
DRESSMAKlNG-Soukup: ' - .,
DRUGGISTS rHlrschnoMorse,. Jer-
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DRY' GOODS Herpotshelnjer;,; Miller
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FLORISTS Chapln; 0. H. Frey. .
FURNISHINGS Budd; Magee ,1b
Deemer; Mayer .Bros.; Sterling. :
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; MmeY
' ' Ross,: Mrs. J. O. Bell.
HAIRmSPECIAUST Rice. '-;
HATTERS, Budd, Heffley, Lincoln
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JAPANESE' GOODS-Akagl.
JEWBLERB E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Henderson1
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I AUNDJIES Evatre; Merchants ;,
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LUNCHEpNETESTomnplsom.
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MILLINERY FambusNIchols." ''
OPTICIANS HallettMyeTs; .Sheah.J
PH0T0Ghapjh lazeK , Hayaen,
Townaend. 'Clements'. ' " "(
PiA'NOS-Schmolliir Mueller: ' ,
fttiNTisata ueorgejaro:7 -uiramona.
REAL ESTATE--Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch;
Buds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; Francis Bros.;
a? Sanfs; Wlndaor.j.P'alace Dining Hall.
SHINING 'PARLOR Cole & Mb-
Kenna.
SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per;
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SKIRTS-Llncoln Skirt Cq. tt - , '
STATIONERYr-PbrterjRobdJ ;
SUITORIUMS Weber. ': U
TAILORS-Backstrom;. -Dresher;' ,E1,
. Hott; Heffley ; -" Herzbg; v.,Ludwlg;
1 Scotch Wollen .Mills, Union College
' Tailors ' --.-.
THEATERS Jewell ; Joyjd f '. Ollyer ;
v Lyric, BIJeu, Wonderland, Blltef'
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KEYS Thorp.. f
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will puCin . aery Jow. rateojC $10.00
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MllfCHlBl-IOISE COMP'Y
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CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons,,
CIQARS-rCole. -ft Vf4oKennaju'Matt's
secona-ciass unicago to ongw xonu
J,TheWabash Ihaa, .three solid T.veaU
:bulel!tHln leavTnV Ohlcaab dally
Bachelor purdens.
Young man, beware 1
And have a care..
For yon're In danger
Everywhere.
.You'd better hide,
And there abide,
A sword and pistol'
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You, Never .Can. Toll." Is, a brilliant
playt Brilliancy, Is .the term that, ap;
pears In, every mention of "Mr. Shaw;
whether- liostllo or faVorable. "Brll-
lanbyls my'spfeclalty," he' says' In sa
tlrlcal " roferenco to those' .who' have
.bakea1 hlmf 'with the praise W It while
decrying his Ideas. Of the 'play itself
he sayB: ' ' v '-
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tempt 16 comply wittf many requests
for a play which the much park
graphed 'brilliancy ' of Arus and the
rMan' should bo tempered by'some con
jsTderatlbn ;fof the 'requirements of
managers ,lnr feearch of fashlonabte
comedies for'weBtern theaters. I had
no difficulty in complying, as I . have
aiwayB cast, my pi ays in uio,uruunrjr'
practical comeoy rarm. in use m avr
the 'theaters;, and'far'frpm taking an
unsympathetic view of the - popular de
:mand' for.fun, for fashlonable'dresses,
for" a pretty sebno of io,.,a littlo mini--lEandCeveh'for
a greaTorderlng of
drinks by people with an expensive
air, from an, la possible, comic waltqi5,
I va more than willing to 'show that
the drama 'can humanize these things:
a easily as they, in undramatlo hands
can Tehumanlze the drama." '
The playis essentially farce; that
is, the very llfo of Its body Is the suc
cession, of humorous turns Which are
taken by the situations ,or the dloa
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ogue. It differs, however, from the
sua! farce in one taoBt essential point.
Inseeihg a carce we are usually "tlck-1
led.": J- usO this' term because It Jim-;
plies hilarious laughter "with a mlul
mum of enjoyment.,, Sometlmeswe, ard
deceived by the" laughter Into suppos
ing that wo have enjoyed the spectasle
that has produced it But actual en
joyment arises primarily from the
sympathies ' and infections. "YOs
Never Can. Tell" gfvea us the oppor
tiinlty for laugtte-but there lies bh
Mnd It an eflectionate regard for 'the
persons whoroduce it 'Our laughter
is the laughter of genuine enjoyment j
The play itself has been a; success
when .presented is other colleges. It.
wasgiyen two years sgo by the stu
de'Lslkiia Stanford, 'Jr., Uriiver
sfty. and has since been presented at
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Harvard ana in Jjenver wiin uej mosi
gratifying results. )
, Prof, Russell Henry Chittenden, of
Yale University will' deliver P-9 an
nual address of the CHgma XI Sor.
clety, February 19, on "Ne Aspects.
ocjjNumuon.'M rrwsssor vmypnamu,
is a graduate of Heidelberg Uskvev-
sky and has donespeclal researote.
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