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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:1B
AND HIS 70 MIN8TREL8
SAT. MAT. & EVE., OCT. 17
Ztogfeld's Folllss off 1907
Mat. $1.00 to 50c. Night $1.50 to 50c
WEEK OF OCTOBER 12
Frank Mostyn Kelly & Co.
Jcannie Fletcher, Five Arakl Japs.
Clayton and Drew.
The Misses Delmore
Maurice B. Cook.
Bissett and 8cott.
EVE., 8:15 Prices 15c, 25c & 50c
MAT. 1,000 Seats Lower Floor &
Balcony 15c; 300 Reserved 25c.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 12
THE HOME OF NOVELTY
10c ALL 8EAT8 10c
Mats. 2:00 to 5:00; Eve. 7:30 to 9
FULTON 8TOCK CO.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
" The Devil "
1329 "O" 8treet
1330 "O" Street
LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE CITY. -
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMI88ION 6 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
No M C-. No
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145 So. T3lh St, Lincoln, Neb.
Freshmen -will do well to natron-
lze those who advertise In the Nebraa
. kan. They want your, trade and. will
treat .you right The others don't
care for your business.
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Dr. W. 8. Hall, Who Will
Dr. Winlleld S. Hall, A. M., Ph. D.,
M. D., one of the most prominent med
ical men of this country and a nation
al authority in Mb particular line of ac
tivity, will addresB university men In
the Temple theater, Sunday, October
18, at 9:30 a. m.
His subject, "The Young Man's Prob
lem," has been presented to scores of
college audiences within the last few
jears. Last year alone, twenty thous
and studentB heard this address.
Xt present ho is on a ten days' trip,
during which ho visits the principal
colleges and universities of- Kansas,
Colorado and Nobraska for the pur
pose of speaking to the students of the
Dr. Hall is Junior dean of the North
THF FYFS need re8t more tlmn any orsan
RMi Mi the human system. You can rest
them by quitting your work or by using a glass. You
get the right glass at the right price from
HALLETT, Rtglsttrsd Optometrist 1143 0 Establish!! 1171
THE CRUCIAL FIGHT.
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Back Wheaton and Loft Tackle Hebbs.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 16 The
Naval academy football team ran up
an old time score on representatives
of Maryland Agricultural college yes
terday, the game ending 57 to 0. The
contest was signalized by the brilliant
playing of several navy men who have
not hattmuch chance heretofore this
year. NaBon and Cobb worked the
forward pasB in great stylo and two
touchdowns were scored through the
play. Nason alBo mado several fine
runs from his position. Dakton, a
stocky fourth class man, did as good
work at half as any back who repre
sented the navy this year.
PRINCETON, N. J., Oct 15 Villa
Nova held Princeton down to the
small score of 6 to 0 yesterday. In
the first half the Tigers played ragged
football, but in the second period they
gave their first exhibition of fast,
straight football and rushed the leather
straight down the field, chiefly by plays
outside of tackle. Casey of Villa Nova
picked up a fumble and carried the
ball oyer ' Princeton's, line,, but was
called back because a Villa Nova, man
tackled Bard as he was overhauling
Iowa Man Hurt.
IOWA CITY, Iowa.f Oct. 14 In a
scrimmage on Iowa field, It. Brown,
freshman 'left tackle, sustained a.
broken leg. He was caught under a
line smash In such a manner as to frac
ture the bone;
Address University Men.
western University School of Modlclno,
at Chicago, and is thus eminently qual
ified to -handle his difficult aubjoct in
a very acceptable manner. Since his
university days in Germany, ho has
made this particular problem a subject
of special study His addreBB Is re
markably sane, scholarly and freo
from extravagance. At the University
of, Illinois, Dr. Hall, has addressed the
students for a number of -years. At
his last appearance there, a thousand
men came to hear him.
The same address will be dollvored
on Sunday, once to students at the
time mentioned abovo, and onco to
the city mon at the Oliver in tho at'er
noon. Remember, Tomplo, Sunday, Octo
ber 18, 9:30 a. m.
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 O SL
Subscribe for the Nebraskan. .
Bookman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Wanted Roomers and boarders, at
1404 R be.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
For sole Dress suit, a snap, H. R.
Doughty, 6S4 So, Seventeenth, Auto
Green's barber shops, The Club
house and Cole-McKerina, 1132 O.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one ceat up.
308 So. Eleventh. St
A traveling salesman who deals in
fraternity Jewelry and- sees most of
the colleges and universities has said
that the students at Washington
smoke less than any other bunch of
rati rahs in the country.
There is such a school and every person
should take advantage of it and leam all
they can about proper footwear. There
is the good and bad shape, the poor and
perfect workmanship. Let us demonstrate
to you the value of knowing proper shoes.
Attend our School of Footwear we dem
onstrate with nothing but Superior Qualities.
$3.50 is the price of a Superior Quality
Foot" Ball Shoe we have on sale.
Head to Foot Clothiers
FIRST Y. M. C. A. SUPPER
Saturday, October 17th.
Admission 20 cents
For Rail end
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1J.10 ft NEW STORE
JMUV J NB&W GOOD
6:00-8:00 P. M.
$10 and $15
Our suits have a STYLE
to them.- -When you buy a
$15 suit at our new store,
you know you are getting
up-to-date stuff and a suit
that will compare with any
$22 suit in town.
Our $10 suits equal $18
goods sold elsewhere.
We have it. Just in
new lot that we are
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