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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1907)
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TO OUR GREAT SHOE SALE
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TONIGHT AT 8:15
The Marriage of Kitty
PRICES $1.00, 75, 50 and 25c.
WED. MAT. AND EVE., JAN. 9.
In a New Comedy
The Illusion of Beatrice
MAT 50c to .$1.00. EVE 50c to $1.50
..LYRIC THEATRE., jj
- Mat., 3 P. M. Evening, 7:30 and 9.
Admission, 10 and 15c.
The World's Famous
EVA B. PERKINS
In Rural Farce Comedy, "Uncle Reu
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
You will bo satisfied with Cameron's
A good writing tablet. Is 41 necessity.
Get it at the Uni Book Stores
FOR RENT A pleasant modern
room; gentlemen only. 534 N. 12th.
Fancy l)ox paper not fancy priced
paper at the Unl Book Store.
Vhy not take your., baths at Chris
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sta.?
Your writing always looks good on
our fancy box puper at the Unf Book
Green's barber shops excel all others
in the wost. Entirely, modern and the
best work assured.
A little knowledge about Tiffany
glass is not a dangerous thing to tho
pockotbook. See Harris, tho Jeweler,
1137 O St. He's reliable.
TO 50 PER CENT OFf
Sc j - . , 1 1 - I,, ', , Sr
S, F. Westeillel. jj
Special Service lo Q
BcH Phone 388 xj
Q Auto 3388 o'
8 A Specialty in Oysters in Season
H 117.19-21 Ne. 13th St. Q
Yalemen knowand the Ntw Itavtn Union
tars ! " The queitlon of what in tht world to
givt a fritnd It tohred by
SONGS OF ALL THE COLLEGES
-which it alike suitable for the collegian of
the past, for the student of the present, and
for the boy (orrirl) with hopes: also for the
musk-loving sister and a fellow's best girl."
"Ail tho now tenet, all tht OI.U tongi,
andthi tonctcfular at all tht cclltgn I
n milcatn rift m am homo arrr tvAtro."
tl.CO-BOOJC BXOKES. UOaiU DKALBIU. SLtAf
innDB k KDBbK. xtimianera.
31-33-3T. W. 13th St.. New York City.
Setiootboek vt all pabttafcert at on iters
Do Your Washing
The GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP &
:: CIGAR STORE ::
134 So. Eleventh St. XCat Bide
ViV I ON AND OFF LIKE A
COAT. THE MOD-
M ERN SHIRT IDEA.
WHITE OR COLOR-
B $1.50 AND MORE
I H clOctt, Pcabooy & Co.
'BStoBaVB MAKKR Or CLUCTT AND
A CHANGE IN CONVOCATION.
Seyeral Innovations to Take Effect on
At a recent mooting of tho Joint
faculties of tho University sovoral int-.
portant changes in tho schedule of
recitation hours for tho second semes
ter woro dotcrminod upon, to tako ef
fect on February first.
Chief among tho innovations to bo
introduced is tho ellmatlon of recita
tions botwoen 11:50 a. m. and 1 p; m.,
on all school .days. . This olimutlon Is
to bo totiil if "the chango can bo offect
od upon such. Bhorl .notice, but will con
corn all but a very fow'clnBsos In any
To accomplish tho chango, tho
schedule or recitation and Convocation
hours has boon remodeled -as follqwjs;
up to 11 o'clock all classes wllLJuTas
boforo; from 11 to-11:50 on Mondnys,
Wednesdays and Frldayst regular reel
tatlons will bo conducted; Convocation
will bo held on Tuesdays and Thurs
days from 11 to 11:30 and on Friday
UftOrnoon. from 5 to 5:30 o'clock; and
tho remaining half hour before noon
on Tuesdaysand Thursdays willibo de
voted to conferences and class ;ihoeU.
ings. . .
It has not boon decldedyqt which of
tho Convocation hours will bodevdted
to music, but It Is stated that con
tinuation of these musical treats Is as
suretl. 1Mb hoped, furthermore, that
tlie new system may do away with
much of the difficulty that is continual
ly arising under the one in vogue at
the present time.
A LOYAL CROWD.
Nebraskans In Government Service
Enthusiastic Over the Unl.
Whilo on his way homo from a
meeting of tho American Association,
of Geographers, which wis hold during
tho holiduys in Now York city, Dv Q.
E. Condra of tho Department bfeol-
ogy stopped oycr in Washington, D."C,
and visited tho omces of tho United
Slates Geological Survey, wtiero seven"
former Nebraskans hold government
Dr. Condra's greoting at tho hnndB
of his former associates in tho depart
ment waB niost enthusiastic and ho.
asserts that loyalty 'for the "old Unl"
was the trait most strongly manifest
in the conversation that ensued. The
men who are in the sorvico -of tho
government at this point are: Dr. C.
H. Gordon, formerly superintendent of
the Lincoln schools and Instructor in
Geology in tho University; C, A.
Fisher, former assistant in tho De
partment ol Geology; and. Messrs.
Calvert, Pepperburg, Aiken, Beekley,
and Winchester. ... ' ' X
UnlversityDIrectories are on sale, at
the rooms of the Y. M. p. A. and aUtho
University and- Cooperative- Book?
stores. The price is 5 cents. 'A-
A dollar is as big as. a cart whc$I
when It buys ono of Har.rls' dollar
fountain pens. 1137 O. He's reliable.
Tho Senior play committee wiU
meet Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock
in U. 106. X
f you "are, going to get, any, Uni
Jewelry got it.at the Unl Book Store.
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We would like to sell you a pennant
or two at the, Unl Book Store, . '
: . ,
J, A. Barrett of tho State Historical
Bocjety spent yesterday in Omaha!
Cameron's Lunch Counter. -123 8. 12.
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