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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TODAY, MAT. 2:&0. TONIGHT, 8:16.
Under Southern Skies
Mat. 60c and 25c Night $1.00 to 25c.
THE WITCHING HOUR
PRICES $1.50 to 50c.
MURRAY & MACK
WEEK OF OCTOBER 19
MR. AND MR8. GENE HUGHE8
THE CHADWICK TRIO
MI88E8 ROATTINO 8TEVEN8
80MER8 AND 8TORKE
CHING LING FOO
Mats., Tuea., Thurs. 8at., at 2:15.
PRICE8 15c and 25c.
EVERY EVENING AT 8:15
PRICE8 15c, 25c, and 50c.
Bell 'Phone 936; Auto. 1628
WEEK OF OCTOBER 19
FULTON STOCK CO.
Presenting the Psycologlcal Com
""5aTTEdt uir Ufa world" Is dis
cussing. " The Devil "
"Every American woman should
see thlB wonderful play." Dorothy
Dlx, In the New York Journal.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8:15.
MATINEE8 Wed. and 8at, at 2:15
PRICES 15c and 25c.
'Phones Bell A-869; Auto. 2398.
1329 "O" 8treet
1330 "O" 8treet
LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE CITyC
The Manaaement extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
- - of Nebraska student.
ADM188ION 6 CENT8.
" Change of Program- Mon. and Thur.'
CIQARS, TOBACCO AND PIPE8
1 J. HBRJOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAM'S TA1L0K
The finest work done ancl prices right
Call at our new store
1330 o st.
All mkta renid"with uitan4
S3 Per Month.
Bargiins In Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANifc
Do Your Washing
The last day (o register Is today.
v Junior informal at Temple tonight.
T"he game today begins at 3 o'clock.
"Pat"' Day, '06, wbb a campus visitor
Reserved seats for the gamo today
are 25 cents.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon gave a house
party last night
Delta Delta Delta will give a house
party thlB oveningA
The Haskell Indian xgamo today Uo
gins promptly at 3 o'clock.
R. Ht Thompson, '06, Is visiting at
the Alpha Theta Chi house.
Phi Rho Sigma will hold an Initia
tion at Omaha November 6.
Students who want to vote must
register today. Last chance!
Esther Hunter, '10, is spending Sun
day at ner home, in Fremont
Charles E. Allen, Law '08, is practic
ing law in Seattlo, Washington.
Verne McDavltt, '10, went to Kan
sas City yesterday on business.
Reception for the unfverslty repub
lican club at the executive mansion
Leota Lapp, '06, and Keo Cunle, '08,
are visiting the Dolta Delta Delta
Delta Upsllon will give a luncheon
as- a rushing- ,!stunt'J-at7the-Lincoln
hotel Sunday evening.
Officials for today: Roferoo, ErVin;
umpire, Wade; head lineman, Pinneo;
field Judge, Clevonger.
We are sole agents for the celebrated Lewis Underwear
None better on the market.
J Prices $1.50 to $10.00 a suit . 1
This is the last day for voters to
register; To And polling places call
Bell 97ft or Auto 1136.
The Republican Bryan club will
meet In Science hall of the Temple at
8 o'clock this evening.
Dr. Maxey is sporting a beautiful
new overcoat We wonder how ho
bet on the Minnesota game.
It will be necessary for rooters to
have a megaphone to get into the
reserved section on the bleachers to
day. A girls' rooting Bquad section has
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Deen resurveu iu me uubv, vuu ml wu
grarid stand for the HaBkell game this
L. E. Young, '10, who has been
spending the last ten days In visiting
over the Btate, has registered In the
Chancellor Andrews Is In the east In
interests of the Nebraska teachers' as-
sociation. Ho will return tomorrow,
TCttnh mombor of the Nebraska team
was presented with a chrysanthemum
last night The players aro wearing
. Governor and Mrs. Sheldon will give
a reception at the 'executive mansion
tMa vonnr for the University Re
, ' f
Victor Smith,' 111, and associate, ed-t
itor on the Dally Neorasican, is spwov
ing Saturday and Sunday with his
paronts In Fremont
Tho senior class football team is
gottlng into shapo for tho class cham
pionship contests. They moot tho high
school team In a practice gamo this
A dozen students under tho direc
tion of Registrar Harrison aro can
vassing tho city today to locato roomB
which will be nvallablo for tho ac
commodation of the stato teachers who
will bo in Lincoln, Novombor 4-G.
Tho Inspection bureau of tho Uni
versal Portland Comont Co., of Chi
cago, will probably send a man to
Nebraska to glvo tho studont and local
engineors an Illustrated lecturo on tho
manufacturing and tosting of Portland
cement. Tho engineering Bocloty mom
borB are working very hard In thoir
attempt to socuro this lecturo.
C. H. Frey, QorlBt, 1133 O St.
Chapln Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
Eat at John Wrlght'B, 114 South
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Green's barber shopB, The Club
houso and Cole-McKonna, 1132 O.
Harry Porter, tho School Supply
Man, 1123 O St
.Lost A Faber slide rule. Reward.
Glenn Mason. Auto 4703. 22-3t
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum.. Cor. 11th and O.
Why not take your, bath at ChrlB'
bath houso, Eleventh and P streets?
For Sale Overcoat, nearly now.
Cheap. Inquire 1643 Q. Auto 4458.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking Prices from one cent up,
308 So. Eleventh St
R08S QUITS REPUBLICAN RANK8.
Former Nebraskan Says Old Machine
Will Be In Control.
Madison, Wis., Oct. 20. A sensation
was caused here last night when Pro
fessor E. A. Rosa of the university
faculty, a noted sociologist and life-
time republican, declared that when
President Roosevelt goes out of power
tho old republican organization will
come Into the leadership. He took
Issue with ,Prof. W. A. Scott, head qf
! tho banking department of the uni
versity, on we guaranty oann deposit
proposal, and declared that "Taft's
party Is more' In sympathy with tho
Stockholders than with the depoal-
The oldrmachlno has not moved out
of Its tracks, and has succeeded In
nominating Joe Cannon s waterlog for
vlco president," said Prof. Ross. "The
. "" aaimiurB uy uiroct yuw,
publicity of campaign, expenditures
and planks In favor of labor loglsla-
tlon were thrown off tho republican
Platform principles for which we
- ,nave lougnt in Wisconsin:
Many of, tho university students.who
formed' the LaFollotte, organization
have joined; the democratic organlza
aion. -r "
Bargain in Men's Merino
Saturday only we offer you some of Mayer Bros.
Superior Quality Merino Underwear, Fancy en
Stripe Mixture, superior Bargain, at a garment "Uu
Copyright 1808 by
8CHL088 BROS, CO.
Fine CtothM Maker
Baltimore anil New, YMft
FiKlfiL -wa wwv WIIW0( VV gr
Head to Foot Clothiers
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Admission 75c Saturday, Oct. 24th '8:30 p. nv
Choice New Suits
There hap not for a long time been a scult season like this the .
styles meet with hearty approval and prices are moderate. Wo are.
selling more, suits than at the same time In any previous season. Some
very attractive styles havoJuBt been received by express.
dood Broadcloths, strictly tailored; 45-lnoh coat, satin lined; good
skirt black and colors , .' : $30.00
Good Worsted; 45-lnch coat; specially for stout women, good '
skirt, trimmed with satin, folds ........, . . .'..,. .S30.00
Striped Broadclolh In Empire stylo; hlploas skirt; fancy vest
and wide seams; colors smoke, green and rose..... .... .r... S37.50
Exclusive novelties, one of a kind ......... j, .. . ... . .00.00 to f 100.00 ,
Every day Is a busy day in
are getting the. work out promptly. Last week was the greatest we
have ever had in this department, but we expect "this week. to excel it
We not only show all the. new' styles4, but also all thej strictly correct
shades in each. ' , -, , -' , ' . '
.We 1hayeJ .special values lqr Streq
An exceptional assorunent or cnoice designs at. . . . .......... . . . .90.00
Beautiful trim.med and Street Hats new shapes, correct colors
. . .. ... ......' v ..... ,, . . ... ... , $7,50 to $15.00
Untrlmmed shapes in Black, ' Brown, Navy, Green, Gray, etc.
.....,............'. !., ......,.."..... Me f14 and $2JM)
Chlldren'fi and MiBseB'. Cans and
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our, Millinery Department and yet we
Hats at. ...... .,.. . .'.. .12.60 and S3.95 -
Hats in all tne correct colors !
....,,2Sc, 60c, 76c, $1.00 rand $1.W '
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