The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1908, Image 3
Ifcf J. Jf Q l ti ,Tf 1 M ' M . k v. J K 4 il V . . 125 0 4 ln 4Wi ef v tatiiiyfcjrfi:,',rtf?iWf1 );af'Pi4.t'T'M .) Tonight, Wed. and Wed. Mat. . I LITTLE CHIP8 & MARY MARBLE Mat $1.00 td 25C. Nlflht $1.50 to 25c. Thiir. Fri. & 8at. Mat. April 3&May 2. James F, Fulton AND HI8 MER'RY COMPANY Eve. 25c, 156 a'ntf 106. Mat. 25c and 10c. f6ufs.,3nd Fff. 4lAuj& MlCLER! - Sat. .Ivtaf. and feve. "A WFE8 HONOR." H . IN 4 (iM.fli. -i . ( 1 - W ' MtM -.fl Week Starting April' 27th The Fulton Stock Cbrtipatny is Hydleberg Slats ikitvit by Pfcoea at Tktitra Three Bays hi Aduice. AbId 1528. Bell A938 Evening prices 15c and 26c ftlatfnees, Wed, an Sal 16c Box office ojons 11 a. m. NO. 2 RldBONLESS No. 2 No. , No. 6 $40.00 $75.00 ,$100.00 I.Q. Chapman, 141 So. 13th THE W SMOKE WelcpmeVMnts and Jrivlte.iypu to enjoy- our Smoking, and Reading Room, it's a pieaiure 10 picasc. n us. "OAV'$McglfoiJWR. . 1132 O" STREET .. .ai'l . t ' ., 'MtaJlifttrnteM' .Motr,bea,utlful hall 7n lancSlii. New location 11?4 N In ife I 'A i ow TM ty .VIk'4Hli . "3 arml III aaV MAJESTIC VJ rm W. iIm mini -w t f - -f SUN - i J TAILORS in" eMBCeBiiir ' , l,l,'', nuust i Pitts' Bancing School ' Class niflhts Advantie'rf, Won day; Begljhnfr.Wedrietday;and SofcUfl nTaht Fr day. private ciaii I It (M.lOt-.lt. y .ry iiyil ftft.nfty Bt.d.at I. ) 1 argfel to pfttroali thes NebrnB- j kaa advartlMn, and to aaeatloa X 1 f k aper wblU doing . I 1 t X 1 lsssrRiprTseT,rsxsrPi"5Rj pp ATHLETIC GO'ODS Lawlor Cyclo Co BANKS First Trust and Savings. Central National. flAKEIlIES Dalryinplo, Folsom, Po- try. BARBER SHOPS Grand Central, Green's Shops, Marshall, EmmerL BATH HOUSE Chris. BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln; Unlyerslty. CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons, feuds? CLEANERS Wood. CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Matt'a Place. BUSINESS COLLEGES Lincoln Bus iness College CLOTHING Farquhar; Mageo & Davis. Hill. Decmer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling. COAL Gregory; Whitobreast. CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy Co , Rood, Hlrschnor-Morse. Folsom. DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts. DENTISTS Graham. Yuncblut. J. R. DRY GOODS Herpolsheimer; Miller & Paine. DRUGGISTS Riggs. FLORISTS Chapin; C. H. Froy. FURNISHINGS Budd; Mdgee & Deomor, Mayer Bros., Sterling, O. A. Fulk. GROCERIES Capital Grocery. HAIR DRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell. HATTERS Budd, Heffloy, Lincoln Hat Co., O. A. Fulk. JEWELERS Tucker; Hallot. KEYS Thorp. I.AUNDRIES EvnnB; Merchants ; LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom. Dalrymple, HJrschnor-Morse. OPTICIANS Hallett; MyeTs; Sheon. PHOTOGRAPHS Blazok, Haydetf, Townsend, Clemqnts. PRINTERS George Bros.; Simmons. REAL ESTATE Humphrey. RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch ; Buds; Camerons; Church.; Climax; Dons; Dickinsons; FranclB Bros.; Sams; Windsor; Elam's. SHQES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per kins; Sanderson. TAILORS Rackstrom; DreBher; El liott: Heffloy; Herzog; Ludwlg; Scotch Wollen Mills, Union College Tailors. ! TELEGRAPH SCHOO L Western Telegraph School. ' THEATERS Lyric, Majestic, Oliver. TYPEWRITERS Undorwopd, Sun. courses: Bopkkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting English, Penmanship, &c. Lincoln Busintss College '. . ii .' T-t i HEFFLEYS UNlVEfeSLTY. . TALORS kna1" 'stttir-Tkffsr ' ( - id BUSIES uttltiii I 1337 O STREET The Official Ball Used by All the Big College Affiles If you attend the big college games you wilUfind that the rjall almost invariably used is the REACH OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE BALfL. College 'men won't have anything but the BEST that's why they all use the Reach Ball College men know that the Reach American League for ten years No other can be used in any League game. Rgaplv I r1 ) Guarantee ''VleeW The R6aCh 'Trddcmark on all Sporting Goods is a guarantee of Quality it means satisfaction, a, nevy article, or your, money back (except on Balls and Ban under $1.00). The Reacb Ollicinl Base Ball Guide ior 1908 iSst out It's the rtcognitcd authority on Bill matters: The OUlclal Qulde of ffie, Ameri can League.. History ani.3dion pictures 61 1907 Worlds Seres Schedules, rules, records, eti. 10 tents at dealers' or by mall. ' . If net at your dcaltr'i ive nvill sufply our goods direct on receipt if price. Write for 1908 Base Ball Catalogue and. free Base JTall Story by Elbert Hubhl. A. t REACH COMPANY, 1799 Tulip Stroot, PHILADELPHiA 8IGMA XI LECTURE. (Continued from page 1.) ' be expanded-down to one pound abso lute while reciprocating engines can not economically expand lower than to four or five pounds absolute. Con stant speed and load service such as marjne, electric and centrifugal pump work. It cannot be reversed and is no more economical than a good' recipro cating engine. Thermo is no danger 6f the turbine supplanting the recriprb catlng engine except in certain work, but there is a possibility of gas en gines supplanting both of them on ac count of its superior economy. In conclusion Professor Richards showed some views of the motors and plans of the Mortania. The motors are of about soventy. thousand horse power, or an equivalent of aboitt 2, 100,000 men working in three shifts. The food necessary for this many men men would be far in excess of the fuel used in the boilers. The lighting plant has a capacity of 1,500 K,.W., or about as much as is used in Lincoln. The boiler plant consists of twenty-hreo double ended and two single ended Scotch Marine boilers of about lGO,o()0 square fe.et-of heating surface. .The ship is about eight hundred feet long "and is seventy-nino feet from the eti gine room floor to the sky light, The latest developmenJL.of..jthe turbine Is Professor Rat-eau'smotor for using ex- f hauBt steam from the large rolling mill engines used in the steel' mills." M .; ' i'j Ball has been adopted by the and is the official .League -tall, Base mL UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN,, " Friday Hfyrt" 8:00 p'. m. The Tomplo; w .iYi-iM. C. A. Minstrel. . , 0sg Company B Hop, r, 14' I If rriaay, may a. Sophomore Hop. t ftf f President Butler of Cqfuinbia ahd Chancellor. McCrackon 'Of New' Ybr" University will lecture in Gope'nhaejL next fall. Tllej' are the first 'tnpn chosen in tbe 'interchange of lectures between Denmark and the United States. Dean Andrew i". West of Prlnvefon asserts that entrance requircxhentslto graduate work are generally too- low, and inevitably -draw mbn of mediocre ability. As . remedies he suggests higher salaries for. professors and giv ing them greater -Thonor in a Hocial way. . , Durlpg u severe blizzard ton Jho night of February 21, Clarence Robin son, a student of Heddtbg Colloge, was gagged, bound hatad and .foot, and. tied to a tree ' on the campus. Ho struggled aesporatoly IfaWi Minding snowstorm--and abputnntdBlgktsuo'- ceded in( unfa,sttQning,4be. ainliCivhich held htm. Then arWaadMualefl With cold and with'MsfttrtlPblftfciJf he crrfwled' several blod'ife'lJI'XSis borii lng house. In conseqiicjicsiiQft.bj brutal haz'lne three 'W-ta iauienlB Hi .. Baaw m . Jt iaaaaaaaaj tBBBBi aaaaaaaaa . BBBBr " aaJ -1 rT n BBBBBl v .1 . , f m rt Lwere.oxpelled and tybi8nlLdfl. t J . 4ret Auto- 6241.