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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1908)
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The Man From Home ,
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& $"i.50, to SOe; .
RUMl? ?AT MTv NOV.. 18-14.
UX Merry Tramps
iat 50c A 25c. Eve. 75c to 25c
TUESDAY NJQHT, NpV. 17
The MMn of the Hour
?v Prices 41.50. to 50c
THE FIVE COLUMBIANS
Ip PH of Dresden China."
HALLEN AND FULLER
In "My. Wife's Hero."
. HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE
Vocalists and Instrumentalists.
MI8S BESSIE BROWNING
The Charming Entertainer.
CLAD1U8 AND 8CARLET
The Musical- Past and Present.
8EARLES AND GEORGE
Matinees Tues., Thur. arid, 8at
Price 15jc and' 25c.
THE HOUSE COZY
Week Commencing Monday
Night, November 9th
AGreat Scenic Production.
The Power of Truth
Wt Be Pretended, by tile
ram stock m
Matinees Wed. and Sat
Prices 15c and 25c.
. 132 t'faf" Street.
LATE8T AND DE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordlaj
i f InvlUtion pf every. University
ui ntumiM Biuusiii.
Change of Program
on, and Thur
TM MMIVERSITY MAM'S TAiLOrt
t.) v-Calbatcur now store
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1330 O Si. ' " '" lUlhcojn
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vJl b& m! AND" 'P'pf.' t? B M
C.. t-SttS. -MR"r,."-T?TW"V"V
jjjffy Gleanings j
. 0. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O 8L
Roller Hkatlng nt the Auitorium.
Eat V John Wright's, 14 South
Neil Crouin, '04, Is practicing law in
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dontiat, 202
G. A. Pearson, 1906, Is now in the
forest Bervlce at Flagstaff, Artel
Chapih Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth... E. D. Ball, director of the Utah ex
perimont station, was a cainnus visitor
Have your clothes pressed, at
Weber's Suitorlum. Cor. lltb and O.
President Hamilton of the .Montana
agricultural college, was on tho cam
pus yesterday afternoon.
Becknlan, Bros. Fine shoes.' 1107
O Btreet. fV
Those desiring to take part in tho
"Pike", at the county fair should sea
Miss Walt apd make arrangements,
Green's barber sbbps, Tke Club
bpuse and, Colo-McKonna, 1132.. O.
That's all. '
The social committee of the sopior
class will moot at 11:30 in Memorial
hall. It will como together just be
fore the- cllasB meeting tochiy.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good ,homo
cooking. Prices from pne cent up.
30$ go. Eleventh St
E. M. Sutherland, '07, who was ed
itor 'of the Dally Nebrasknn for tho
first 'semester in 1906, visited at 'Hie
Alpha Thtita Chi house Sunday.
vy e csjh, show you an up - to
and Earl and Wilson Shirts.
stiff bosoms $1.50 to $3.50.
Captain Jack Crawford will speak
nt the men's meeting In the Oliver
theater Sunday afternoon. Admission
will be free. The doors will open ni
. Tfie Mathematical Seminary will
meet on' Friday, November 13, at 4:30
p. ta. ta''ropm M 302. The program
wlli be': "The International Matho(-maticbl-'Congress
at itomo," by Dr. E.
W. Davis. " : , -
Several "Ndbraska raen have 'r&
poived invitations to' attend4 th'o one
hundredth anniversary celebration of
the birth' of Charles Darwin, to1 b'q
held irhdeV the auspices of the New
York Academy of Sciences.
Dr. H:' Hosselbrlnfe of the Cuba ex
periment station has written the unf
verslty asking that a competent
foro&ter W recommended for a posi
tion in Cuba carrying a salary of
l,500t to '$1,800. Two university
graduates Jiave.boon recommended for
Members of tho. cross-country team,
accompanied by Director Clapp, will
leave ffor. . Cblcagq this evening, Tho
western lifter-collegiate,, crpss-country
ruu yjm . to,Hf? placq there j Saturday
mprr(ng. .Wlfijconsln, Perdue, Chicago,
morning, . Wisconsin,. Purdue, .Chicago,
entered in the race. .
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" Ar.chie.E; Palea, '07,. is at,-tbe pres
cnt time i stationed at Paslg, 'about ten
mllesft'o'in' Manila, and' is as'slstant-to
one of the district tepgineers of the
Philippines. HgTwas a trIen4,of Mr.
IlusbiiiifhowaB, killed fecently in a
typhoon off the Island of Sorsogan. hi
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At the meeting of , tho American
Association for (he Advancement of
Science In Baltimore, Doconibor 28 to
January 2, Dr. Bessoy will deliver an
ndilrCHH ,on "Tho Phylotlq fdoa in
Taxonomy." Dr. Bessey is chairmah
of section (G of the association and
therefore ono of lis vice-presidents.
H. J. Weber, 1889, who is now pro
fessor of plant breeding at Cornell,
has permanently presented tho uni
versity with his collection of Nebras
ka plants. The botanical herbarium
has had this collection for some timo
as u temporary gift, but Mr. Weber
now makes the bequest permanont. It
was oU these plants that tho cata
logue of Nebraska plants issued by
tho department some time ago was
Tho department of botany yesterday
received several books from the
library of the Missouri Botanical Gar
den. The shipment is ono of a num
ber which have been made, under an
arrangement between tho Missouri in
stitution and Dr. Bessoy. Whonovor
any student wants to use a book not
in the Nebraska Jlbrnry, tho MiBBourl
library is called upon and sends the
books. Tho arrangoraept is tho re
sult of nn old friendship botween Dr.
Bessoy and the head of tho gardens.
The Missouri library is unusually
large and complete.
In London J. M. Barrio has been de
manding that the run of "What Ev
ory Woman Knows" shall bo inter
rupted to permit a revival of his fav
orite of favorites, "Peter Pan,"
CJiarles Frohman objects.
The Shuberts are again threatening
to break away from tho syndicate,
and to indicate their strength they
hayc issued a statement that at tho
present time they control twenty stars
and twenty-six theaters. Tho stars
are E. H. Sothern, Mary Manneripg,
- date line of Manhattan
All kinds of pleated and
Jpbn Mason, Do Wolf, Hooper, Nazi
movo, Maxlno Elliott, Louise Gunning
Eddie Foy, Lewis Fields, Sam Bernr
ard, James T. Powers, Emma Carus,
James Young, Marguerite CJark nnd--and
WilHom NOrrls, following he fall
ue qt If is latest play,. "Father and
Son," has succeeded R. C. Herz in
"The oul..Kiss," Herz retiring on
accbunfc of illness. This may br(ng,
Nbrris. to the Colonial later, in tho
season. ' . - -
Henry Woodruff, formerly oi "Brown
of harvard," madq hia. vpudovie, dp
but last, week in oije of jthp Now Yprk
theators managed by WHHam. Morris.
The tout1 of the Rogers brothers
company with Max Rogers was re
sumed lak week" a't York, Pa. iJosoph
Kane, tho actor who took Gus Rogers'
place previous tp his fatal illness,
will play opposite Max.
The order I, grow- the more I am
convinced that happiness is to. be got
ten one, way, and that by being ablo.
to contribute to the happiness of oth
ers;" declares Rose Stahl. -
J An (ubucntial nlaygoer lr N.ewfYbrk
sent i young woman to Julian Mitchell
and as'ked that she, be 'iven a. place
in Anna Hold's chorus. Mitchell 'had
the girl' at rehearsal, looked' her .oyer,
and decided she wouldn't d- I'Sho
jias a tooth missing n iJrpnt'V, "Yes,"
said hlB friend, ruefully, "but aside,
from that she's a perfectly good girl,'
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, Another,' addition to vaudeville, Is
j Thomas E. Sheathe to j present ;n.
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antee six pair to wear six
months. A new pair free
with every pair with a
hole inside oi
This Includes the
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act versidbs of "The Bolls'v arid "The1
Great Adventurer," a charming Pob
A No. 2 "Thief" company, Including
Herbert Kolcey, Efflo Shannon, and
Chnrles Dalton, is playing through tho
Mary Maunering has acceptefd a
newspapor man's play, callod "Every
woman."4 The idea, the author vsays,
was suggested to him by, tlio old
morality play, "Evoryman;"' but- the
play Is modorpi one of- the scenes be
ing wew icars mgni on uroaaway. t;
Iea Kohlmar, the j ongaging i young,
German, of La, Salle .theater -stock
company, xpecis ip uq. Biarreq noxt
o; ?;ft P.fw, play cji;.he, is
part; author, , . , ..i ' i
Tberq are. still- several copied pt
Tuesday's i'pink , issub wplcli icnV be,
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tolqn,', rpQjckcofe BartT,
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grauuaiiy unin iney ieu on, tno noor.
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nicked tip ho pasteboards aBd made
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