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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THUR8. NIGHT, SEPT. 24
James O'Neill In
PRICES $1.60 to 50o
FRI., 8AT. & 8 AT. MAT.,
"Bunco In Arizona"
Night, 50, 35 & 25c Mat.,25&10o
TUE8., W E dT&W E D. MAT.,
WEEK Of SEPTEMBER 21
Wire Runners, Jumpers, Dancers,
Musicians and Acrobats.
HOWARD, BLAND AND
In "The 8tage Manager."
Monoloalat and Vocalist
CORA BEACH TURNER
"A Bluffer Bluffed."
Comedy Bag Punchers.
Singing and Dancing Comedians
New and Novel Productions.
MAT8. Tues., Thurs. & 8at., at 2:
Mats Tues., Thurs. & 8at., at 2:15.
Prices Lower Floor, 25c; Bal
cony, 10c and 15c.
EVERY EVENING AT 8:15
PRICE8 15c, 25c and 50c.
PROGRAM: M0N.TUES. & WED.
Extra Vaudeville Attractions
ARTHUR COLLIN8 AND THE
World's Greatest Banjoists.
Monologist and Vocalist.
MR. JACK WILD
. "WHAT WILL THE AN8WER
8lnglng and Talking Selections.
First Appearance of
"A Tale of a Harem."
Imperial Canal of China
A Trip Through the
BEAUTY 8POT8 OF DEVON
SHIRE "Magic Dice." ..
"MOTOR BOAT RACE8."
"THE BLACK BANDIT"
RA8TU8 GOT HI8 PORK CHOP8
A BIG 8HOW FOR A DIME
10c ALL 8EAT8 10o
Four 8hows Dally 2:00 3:30,
7:30 and 9:00.
DR. J. R.DAVIS
Ow Bilk of Cimmrci
Ladies' and Men's Clothes cleaned,
pressed and repaired. Hats oleaned,
blocked and r.epaired.
227 No. Ilth
One Block South of Uni
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY HAW'S TAIL0B
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new Btore
1230 o St.
Notice of Meeting.
The Renubllcan Club will hold a
meeting In the music hall of tho Tom-
pie at eight o'clock Wednesday even
ing for the purpose of organizing and
SPEAKS FOR MR. BRYAN
WATKIN8 IN DEFEN8E OF PARTY
CANDIDATE OF DEMOCRAT8.
ANSWERS LEADER'S OPPONENTS
Takes Up Categorically and Answers
Arguments of Republicans
Gives 8cholarly and His
"Every radical, or real, popular
leader Is perforce misunderstood,
misinterpreted and maligned and pro
portionately to the extent and power
of IiIb leadership." Thufe declared
Hon. Albert Watklns In an address
at chapel Tuesday morning. Mr. Wat-
kins gave an unusually scholarly ad
dress for a subject so largely political
in its nature. His address proved
very pleasing to the audience, for
when the close of the convocation
period arrived Mr. Watklns was In
duced to proceed with his lecture by
cries of "Go on" from the audience.
In opening his talk ho declared thai
his thesis was that Bryan would con
tinue the vital leadership of Roose
velt, but In a more orderly manner,
and with that greater deference to
the constitution which at bottom dis
tinguishes a radical democrat from
a progressive republican; also that
Bryan has been politically Iser than
Cleveland whose staple, oracular In
fallibility, Is iheJfavorlte contrast to
The most constant and conspicuous
mark of reactlonlsm is lack of orig
inality. It looks backward Instead
of forward, because It Is not original,
and it acquires no originality because
It always looks backward. When
Bryan became conspicuous in 189G, his
opponents hurled a large vocabulary
of epithets at .him. From lack of
originality the same epithets are re
vamped in 1908. Meanwhile, there
has been such general catching up "and
catching on, that the epithet hurler
hits as many Roosevelt as Bryan
heads In the general commingling.
The inconsistent confusion Is largely
due to the persistence, through force
of habit and greed for spoils of the
two-party formation when the condi
tions which once caused or excused
it no longer exist.
What shall wo say to the indubita
ble fact that no human being has ever
had so large a ' persistent following
as Bryan, and that the quality of his
followers constantly Improves. I can
present no parallel to Bryan's con
stancy to his policies except the
Roosevelt-Taft faithful Imitation of
The most venerable of the charges
against Bryan is that he is a vagarist.
The leader of a minority, and espe
cially a confirmed minority, Is under
great temptation to cultivate expedi
ents and Is entitled to much Indulg
ence In that field. Considering that
Bryan assumed the leadership so
young and has held It so long, it
would be surprising If he had kept
entirely clear of vagary.
Bryan is sometimes arraigned as a
socialist. It is platitude to say that
every positive reform of importance
proposed by Bryan or Roosevelt in
volves progress along distinct lines of
Not, only has Bryan been marvel
ously constant to his main course, but
he has been relatively far more con
servative and circumspect than Roose
velt, the most popular and powerful
president Bryan, from the unauthor
itative ranks of private life, in not
immoderate language, has criticised
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 26TH
Byron K. Eaton, M. E. 1908, 1b with
the American Radiator company 'at
R. L. Kokjer, M. E. 1908, is with tho
Union Pacific railroad at Choyenno,
L. A. Sclplo, B S. C., M. E., of Pur-
duo university, has been added to tho
staff of the department of mechanical
J. A. Beattlo, M. E. 1908, is with tho
Union Pacific railroad at Donver.
Sanderson's for shoes. They're the
people that fit and please you.
Clark E. Mackey, a graduate from
both theM. E. and C. E. departments
In 1908 Is now an Instructor in tho
department of applied mechanics. Ho
was married during the Bummer and
brings his bride with him to Lincoln.
Newell H. Dames, who was recent
ly married to the daughter of Regent
Whltmore, 1b now1 connected with the
Washington Water Powter company
of the state of Washington.
Harry Porter, 1123 O, tho school
"Max" Beghtol, Law 1910, Is report
lng university nows for the State Jour
nal. Frank Bullta Is still connected with
the eJitorlal staff of the Star.
Clement Waldron, A. B. 1906, and
law 1909, is located in a law office in
A Beneral students' reception will
be given In the parlors of tho First
Presbyterian church, corner of Thir
teenth and M streets, Friday even
ing, September 25, at 8 o'clock. New
students are especially invited.
Students wanting supplies for bot
any, zoology and mechanical drawing
see Porter, 123 O, and save money.
Robert Hill, 1906, who was superin
tendent at Ewing last year, has regis
tered in the law college. .
Ross Armour, 1911, has entered Val
paraiso university In Indiana.
Flossy Erford, 1907, Is teaching.
domestic science in tho Columbus
Lee Greenslit, 1908, is an instruc
tor in the Gothenburg high school
Ralph Murphy, 1908, will carry on
scientific farming near Crete.
Abble Stewart, 1908, Is teaching in
the Fremont high school.
Jean Sullivan, 1908, Is principal of
North Platte high school.
Why not send the Nobraskan to
the folks they would enjoy it, and
It saves letter writing.
George Heinke, A. B. 1907, and law
1908, 1b practicing at Nebraska City.
Allen Johnson, law 1908, married
and located at Fremont this summer.
Carl Beghtol, law 1908, is practic
ing law In Salt Lake City. C. C. Mc
Whlnney, law 1908, also Is located in
the Utah city.
The Y. M. C. A. social committee
will nfeet in the rooms this afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
G. N. Venrlck, law 1908, Js prac
ticing at DeWitt.
R. R. Smith, law 1908, of Albion
is a candidate for legislature on the
L. M. 'Bailey, ex. 1909, enters the)
university of Michigan law school this
Freshmen will do well to patron
ize those who advertise In the Nebras
kan. They -want your trade and will
treat you right The others don't
care for your business.
Before you purchase a fountain peri
Self-Filling Fountain Pen
SOLD IN LINCOLN BY
E. FLEMING, 1211 O STREET
It's different from all other fountain pens
the: conklin pen company
310 Manhattan Bldg., Toledo, Ohio
Stock No. 129
The man from Missouri is always welcome in our
store. We claim much for RALSTON SHOES, but
nothing which we cannot substantiate and it pleases
us to hear a man say "show me."
We've been in the shoe business for a long time,
but Ralston Shoes are the only shoes we know which
are stylish enough to please the eyes of the most fas
tidious dresser without making his feet pay the penalty.
There's a reason. Will you say "show me?'
Sam Kearney has re-entered the
Tho annual St. Paul's reception will
be held at the church, Tuesday even
lng, September 29, from 7:30 to 10:00
o'clock. Old and new Btudents are In
vited. Allen Field, ex. 1908, enters Cornell
law school this month.
Have your clothes pressed rat
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Ada Haggard, ex. 1909, will enter
the Librarian college In the University
of Illinois this fall.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
W. T. Marsh, ex. 1909 law, will not
bo in school on account of his busi
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 O St.
. Yard Smith, sx. 1909. Jaw,wllL.n.Qt
return to school, "this year to continue
his law studies.
Some of our readers subscribe for
out-of-town friends. What do you
think about It?
Earl Mallory, ex. 1911, will not
enter the university this year, owing
to the Illness of his father.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes: 1107
G. Ri IAOIwF fe CO.
CIGARS, T01ACC0 AND PIPES
119 Nerth ilth St., Lliili Ilw
Little Bldg.7T 15 'No. 1 1th St.
All makes rented with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Bebnllt Machine.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto ll-Bell 1181. 123 No. 11th
Pine Line Pound
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th,at would be too much feotfcwr to
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