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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1908)
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THURSDAY NIGHT, NOV. 19.
The Rigijt of Way
J.r PRICEr1.50 to -50c
FRI..-8AT, A SAT. MAT.,; NOV.20-21.
i "HdiieynW' trail
jMat-fl.OQ to ,50c. Night $1.50 to 50c.
TM NUMT NOV. 2
1 "45 Minu& From B'way'V
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AN ALL FEATURE PROGRAM
THE FOUR RIAN08
The World's Greatest' Aeriallsts..
THE BOTTOMLY TROUR
EH0 Spectacular Scenic Production.
wm.fi-emen and laura roth
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A Dainty Novelty Act
MI8KEL, HUNT AND MILLER
HARRISON WEST TRIO
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Master Petltte, the Toy Comedian
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v-li6:Seilti.EvfyVllht at ft
Week Commencing Monday fffght,
' ' November "16.
Tne Bijg' Western Military Comedy
; Drama ,
Will Be Presented
THE" f ULTON STOCK COMPANY
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
Prices 1Efc and 25c.
Thanksgiving Week Attraction
' 'Olft OF THE FOLD"
Tickets Now On 8ale
Special' Matinee Thursday, Nov. 26
1829 "O" 8treet ,
1380 "O" 8treet
Latest and best
in the city;
The Management t extends a. cordial
Invitation' "of every University
of Nebraska student;
,. ADI8SION 6 CENTS. '-
Chajtge'6f Program. Moif. and Thur;
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TIE UNIVERSITY HAN'S TA1LQW
Th finoai work done and prices right
n'dail atr our new store
3p p. at.
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lull Pf I a Wft
, C. HFrftr,. florist, 1183 O 8L . ft
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Eat at John Wrlght'B, 114 South
Consult Madam NBrown next Satur
day night. Answorsny Question that
you may ask.
Beckmdn Bros. Flhb shoes. li07
Seo Madam Brown tit the county
fair. Shb Interprets the past ,a re
veals the future.
Miss Alice Balderson spent the week
end with Miss Ireland of Crete. Sho
returned t6 Lincoln Sunday.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultbrium. Cor. lith'an O.
Order football numbers of the Dally
Nebraskan now. No oxtra coplcB will
bp pririted. Price fifteen cents.
The sophomore hop will be held at
the Temple Friday ovcnlng, December
4. The price of tickets will bo $1.00.
Green's barbor shops,' The , Club
house and Cole-McKonna. 1112. O.
Henry P. Leavltt, '96, who now Is an
attorney in Omaha, was on tho cam
pus for a short time yesterday after
Mr. A. P. Kliese of Puilcrton, Neb.
was a campus visitor yesterday. Ho
is tho county judge of Nance county,
Mother's Dining HalL Goo4 home
cooking. Prices from one ceat up,
3Q8 So. Eleventh SL
Tonight Phi Delta Phi, the honorary
law fraternity, holds an initiation at
the Delta UpBllon house. Fifteen men
will be taken in. , ,?
Now that the team has been chosoii
work is being concentrated, upon these
before your eyes are usually of a purely norvous origin, while tho
cause is found in uncorrected visual defects which, proper glasses
- only will remedy. Pleased to talk with you about your black spots.
H L L E T T, Rtglstirtd tiptamitrlst. "-'"Wo' s,
men. They are rapidly rounding into
shape for the coming contest.
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh rand P streets?
A special featuro of-this year's foot
ball' number oftho Dally Nosbraskan
wll be an all-Mlsosurl valley football
team with half-tones of players com
Tho football edition of tho Dally Ne
braskari will bo out Thanksgiving-day,
Special copies may bo ordered at tho
Nebraskan ofjlco now. Tho prlco id
fifteen cents. ,
Chancellor Andfbws ri at tho present
tiriie in Wasiilhgtpn, D. jp., attending
of agricultural schools and ,'expbrl?
President Hamilton of tho Mbntttrid
state agricultural school was a visitor
on thev campvls a few days ago. H(j
spoilt, most of his time herq looking
over Jho state farm.
George v. Foster, registrar of tlQ
University of. .Kansas, was on tho cam
pus 'Saturday,1 Ho spent considerable
time investigating thbihethods bmf
ployed in tho. registrar's office,
holdfng'student tlckbts will bo charge
twonty-flvo cents for a reserved jueat
'The flrs.t lbcturo jij , jeglBUUo'n mm
delivered before the' 'stkdemH ot. th(
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law school, by Dean Costlgas yester-
Seats' for. the. Wabash and Carlisle
Indian 'gptmei may bo reserved atthe
uriivoraitv reelslrar's dffl'be. ' Those
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day. These lectures will continuo
until hftor tho' opening of tho logtsla
turb in Jantinry.
TliotYalo AlumiH.dssbciattoh of Iowa
has issuod invitations to tho' Valb
aiuhihl of Nebraska asking thorn to
"attend the meeting of the Iowa iho.n
Nbvbmber 18. Thd meeting will bo
followed by a bnhquet.
The Junior prom commlttco, Arbor
Bar th, chairman Frank Whooiock,
Hnrry Ingles, Vnllory Whito, J. Shtart
Elliott, Josse Clark, Webb Jones. MIrs
ran Klin, aiiss uarr, miss ucmei win
meet in U 101 at 11 on Tuesday morn
Dr. Besscy will deliver an addroHS
tonight beforo the medical students on
the "Relation of Medicine and Bot
any." Tho address will bo in com
memoration of tho birthday of. Asa
Gray, one of the world's greatost bot
E. B. Gurry of Agnew last week
brought to the mujjpum tho .skull of an
extinct plelstocouo bear 'hirastodon, re
cently discovered in a gravel pit near
Agnew. It is an especially prized Unit
In the family of extinct elophnnts of
Members of the law school are congratulating-thomselves
ovor tho show
ing which their collego made on tho
debating squad. Four of thd eight
men chosen to tho team are' laws,
Thoy are Bates, '11; Bednar, '10; Rico,
'10, and Driscoll. '11.
It Is estimated that over four thou
sand people visited the unlvorslty mu
seum during tho session" of the vstato
teachers. Many of tho visitors brought
specimens and others gave informa
tion respecting donations that will be
of value to tho university.
Colorado has dovisod a new serpen
The Unlvorslty of Chicago IUInl club
held its first banquet of the year last
Saturday evening. Tho club Is com
posed of Chlcagb students who havo
at Borne time done work hore.
There is an agitation oh at DePauw.
for bettor rooting.
Tho national convention- of the
Catholic student's association of
America is to be held at Iowa In Feb
ruary. Only students aro admitted to tho
rooters' section nt Washington games.
A sophomore protests in the Cornell
Sun against tho now yells which are
being tried out there. Ho strongly!
favors tho old, distinctively Cornell
An eastern trip during tho holidays
is being planned for tho DePauw bas
ket ball team.
A contest In extempore speaking is
'eshmen. Two scholarships are offer
ed as prizes.
DePauw is starling tho baseball
schedule for next spring, The man
agers, plan to havo fourteen games 'on
the list, seven at home: , ,
ElMtrl kw,liwlr FMtwy
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Say Girls and Fellows
HAVE YOU SElEN THE
Stylish Winter Oxfords
The Men's Oxfordshire sftbwft
in tan with a heavy "rmlihg?, ex--tension
sole and a heavy Nhain
effect on the edge giving a ve
"dogy" model at,
Misses' Winter Oxfords iri the,
stylish Oxblbod Leathef, at, &
Misses' Patent Leather Button
Boot with the new jLondbn
Smoke Cloth Tops, neat Knob
toe made on a new last, at, a
pair $3.50. -
Shoes for Men, Women and Children
A COMPLETE LINE OF THEATRICAL
Here U a Good 'cheap Outfit.
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Oauzo Wax Nobo, 15ctfl.
. Liner to blacken eye. IOcU. area ho
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Joining1 Paste, .lGctu; Pipe, Cols. I2ntIro
Sand 4cU Htiinip for Uvrga CaCiloguo of
Plays, "VVKkb. Mako Up Materials and tho
"Art of Making- Uo."
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