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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
. ' i - J. - Jr
There are still a few
copies of the
left, which we will
as long as they last.
We are selling them al
a discount because we
need the moj.ey. You
should buy one because
you want a souvenir of
the Greatest Football
Team Nebraska has had
On Sale at
Room 7, Admin. B!dg.
Do Your Washing
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$3 Per Month.
DarKuIns In Hobullt M&chinea.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto UM-B11 11BL 122 No. UO
The Newest Styles and Lasts.
We have put in a line of $3 50 Patent Leather Shoes,
style right, up-to-date and the wearing qualities of
the leather in of the kind we can recommend. You
vs id be surprised and pleased at the styles and wear
ing qualities of our $3.50 and $4.00 shots.
TODAY Mat. 2:30. TONIGHT 8:15
The Merry Maidens j
BURLE8QUE CO. WITH 8AM RICE
NIGHT $1 to 25c. MAT 50c. & 25c.
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 7
PRISES $1 to 25c
TUE8DAY NIGHT, DEC. 8
The Time. The Place and The
Lincoln's Cozy Stock Theater.
Monday Night, November 30
The Beautiful Costumed 8panlsh
Will Be Presented by tho
fULTON STOCK CO.
Matinees Wednesday & 8aturday
Prices 15c and 25c
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" 8treet
LATE8T AND DE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
More P1J Less
133 So. 13th St. Lincoln, Neb.
CHRISTMAS comes this month
Better Get Busy. Good Fountain Pens $2.50 to $10
MONOGRAM STATIONERY Any monogram, any color. Hnrd's Fine
Linen Paper 80c to $2.B0 por box. Engraved Culling CnrdH 1.25 to $5.1 U
per hundred, including plate.
Established 1871 HALLETT, JEWELER 1143 O
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BUTTON or LACE
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9 Thirteenth and o Streets
"All married actresses tako notice,
plonso," writes Acton Davlos. "Somci
body nuked Julio Opp Favorahnm
aftor mnrvellng nt tho symmotry and
BlondernoBB of her ilguro as she ap
pear in tho crtroctolro frockB of Don
na Mercedes In "Tho World mid Mb
Wlfo," how on ourth nho had man
aged to bring her flguro down to mien
beautiful proportions. "By the great
est prescription In the world," was hor
reply. "Three boiib in five yenrB."
Tho devil furoro 1b evidently about
spent. The company bonded by Henry
Dlxoy has disbanded, and that actor
.will this week return to furco with
"Mary Jane's Pa."
This one has boon recontly revived:
A woman who had written u play
dealing with the life of the unfortun
ate young dauphin, tho son of King
Louis XVI. of Franco, who disap
peared during the revolution, had an
engagement to rend it to u ortaln
producing mhnnger nn.l wont to Ills
oflloo. "My piny Is written around tho
unhappy heir of Louis Quatorze " Bho
said, and ity imnier is 'The Dauphin.' "
She hadn't rend more thnn n page or
two before the mnnnger Interrupted
her. "I beg your pnrdon, Indy," ho
Bald, "but do you think tho American
public care for a piny named after n
Joseph Coyne, formerly of musical
comedy, now of legitimate comedy,
and a foatured member of "Tho Mol
Iubc" cast, was. according to an
Evening World acout, in tho earliest
Jays of his caieer a star performer
in the-concert of n circus.
Henry Kolker, In Australia with
Margaret nirlln, wub telllnr n Svd
ncy intiMViev-ur why ho took to the
btnge "I was stne struck" he ex
plained "'t simply stuck In my
craw! You get inoculnted with (hit
virus, yen can't get it out, and when
your ByBtem is thoroughly saturated
with It there b no means of gettlu"?
cured except tl e theater Itsolf, don't
you Bee? That's tlie only antidote. I
am ufrald you aie por'ectly rWht in
saying that one becomes disillusioned
f.'ier taking up ihe profession in earn
est, ar.d I have lost a good deal of
n;y enthusiasm; the Idealistic Bido
aoes not present so bO'iutlful n vista
when one Is up ngaiiiBt a reality.
That is tho difficult Bide of the thea
ter. The one thing in the theater, sir
Charles Klein, author of "The Lion
and tho Mouse" and "The Third De-
gree," was horn in London In. 1807
His flrBt work In theatricals was as
Charles Frohman's piny render.
"In the mnrltnl Marathon, Miss
Russell and Mr. Goodwin are neck
and neck," writes Franklin P. Adams
In tho Evening Mall of New York,
Miss Annlo Younums Is 72 years
old. the oldest woman on tho Amer
ican stage, yet bIio Is having the live
liest time Imaginable. She Is playing
a vaudeville encngemont at Hammer
Btoln's In New York twice n dny. and
1r also rehearsing twice a day In "Her
Other Self" a new piny In which MIbs
Margaret Wycherly Is to he starred.
"The Devil and the Merry Widow"
Is tho title, of Joe Webar's coutrlbu
Mon to the season's Joys. Blanche
Ring and Walter Jonea are riiembers
of tho company. ,
Edward G. Gllmore, a theatrical
manager, who for twenty-three years
had run tho Academy of Music" In
Now York, died last wook Monday.
Although he had retired from active
work several years ago. it was his
custom to spend, a few hours ovorv
iTHnjr nt the theater. After col
lapsing In his office ho was taken
iome ad steadily became worse. Tho
Immediate cause of denth wns'ncuto
"I know of un odd case of mixed
identity In real llfo that happened In
n household where I used to visit In
England," Georgo Arllsa told Theo
dore Russo. "A llttlo girl, not 12
years old at tho time, was an Impor-
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and young man should have for school wear. ' Styles for both
men and women, each $5.00 down to $2.50.
SHIRTS, if you want the exclusive patterns in the best
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MUFFLERS, nothing bettor for keoping tho neck warm.
Silks in plain and fancy, each $3.00 down to $1.00.
NECKWEAR, a superb showing of beautiful color blend
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HEM TO FOOT CLOTHIERS
taut member of the family, and a
friend of hor father gave hor a nalr
of tiny angora kittens. Thoy were
nothing but little halls of downy white
fur when Bhe got them, nnd she
promptly named them Duke and
Duchoss. However, they grew, ns klt
teiiB have a way of doing, and n cer
tain event transpired which demon
strated that she hud ma Jo n mistake
in naming them that Duko should
have been culled DucIiobb and vice
versn. The little girl was dlstro3Sdd,
as Borne ono told her It would bring
bad luck to change their nuniOB on
tlrely. She pondered the difficulty for
several days and then exltedly an
nounced that whe hud hit upon a so
lution of the problem. 'lt'B simple,'
she lol.i her mother. 'I shall call
Duko Marmaduko and the ono I called
Duchess I'll call Ben Hur.' "
COLD WEATHER I
llavo you n full supply of cold wonthor
furnishings? Tho little things that go to
keep uh warm I huso cold, windy days. They
don't cost much and yot thoy are necessary
to complete our dress. Kvon thuogh thoy arc
small articles you want to bo sure nnd get
iull vn 1 uo for your money. .
L. J. HERZOC
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TA1L0B
The finest work donoond prices right
Call at our now -store
I23q o at.
Orir Ink' of Cosmrci
havo bought more Palaco $10 00
nnd I1T5.00 Suits and. Oyorcoats,
than wo anticipated and wo'wero
compelled to order an entire now
stock. JuRt received a largo lot
Of .now suits and overcoats tnado
to retail at 815.00 and $20.00.
$10 & $15
Tho suits are ont in extreme
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