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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1907)
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THE FOUR MORTON8
In the Musical Farce
Breaking Into Society
(NIGHT $1.00 to 25c. MAT, 50 & 25c.
MON. & TUE8. EVEN'08., FEB. 25-28
The Burglar and The Waif
WED. MAT. & EVE., FEB. 27.
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JOHN J. WILDE
THE OTERA JAPANE8E FAMILY
CHARLE8 H. 8ANDER8
MI88 LILLIAN CHIEK
8HOW8 DAILY 7:45 and 9 p.
I 10c and 15c, Mat., 10c.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
BI80N CITY TRIO
MA DELL AND CORBLEY
Tho Junior Class held a mooting In
Memorial Hall yesterday and heard the
reports of two committees. A report in
favor of a new stylo of official head
goar was glvon by the Hat Committee.
The new headgear which Is a light
groy "Telescope," will bo adopted as
the- official class hat and will cost
1.25. Tho Prom report, which fol
lows below was heard and then refer
red to the finance committeo for
checking up. A resolution, empower
ing the prosident to appoint a Corn
huskor Committeo, was passed. This
committee will confer with tho Soniors
to decldo what action shall bo taken
regarding tho Omaha Medical school
students who want a manageing edit
orship of Thq Cornhuskor.
Tho following is tho Junior prom re
port as presented to tho third-year
O. N. MUNN, chair-man:
In' account with tho class of 1908 of
tho University of Nebraska for the
Junior Promenade, held at the Lincoln
hotel, February 8, 1007.
To 75 tickets at $2.50 $187.50
Lincoln Hotol Co., for use of
hall $ 50.00
Lincoln Hotel Co., for 15 gals,
sherbort and service 22.60
Cornoll Engraving Co., for two
New Century Printers for tick
Qporge Bros., printers, for pro
W. W. Abbott for 7-pIece or
John Uhl, for services 1.60
Rudgo & Guen2el for rent of 4
C. A. Landers for 65 rolls deco
rative paper 16 . 95
Lincoln Sign Works for 1 trans
C. H. Frey for 36 dozen car
Ensign Livery Co., for two
P. J. Harrison for rent of pos
Co-operative Book Store, for 1
Miscellaneous expenses (wire,
You are wearing betUr Glottal than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailors
143 South 12th, Lincoln.
makes my clothes now.
Total '. $182.62
Total receipts $187.60
Total expenditures 182.60
LOOKING FOR LODGING
LITTLE GLOBE TROTTER
INDIA RUBBER MAN
POLICEMAN'8 LITTLE RUN
"Gliding Down the Mississippi"
"When the Fields are White With Cot-
Balance on hand $4.98
Complimentary Tickets Issued:
To members of the Prom commit
Exchange with Senior Prom 2
Patronesses , ' 2
Dally Nebraskan, advertising .... 2
In submitting this report the chair
man desires to express his sincere
thanks to the members of his commit
tee for tho service they rendered In
preparing, for tho dance and to the Co
operative Book Store for their gener
osity In the loan of pennants for dec
. Respectfully submitted,
OHIO N. MUNN,
Chairman of Promenade Committee.
February 21, 1907.
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of course
BREAD, PIES THE HNEGANDltf
FftT KOM Wc havc a icl,clfei
AN!) fAKFC tvljkJWV1 assortment of cjHKi
ill U j f H L O COME IN of nur nwn mat a '
Wo claim to be tho best GLEANERS and DYERS in Llaaolittf
are hare to prove it Our matkods and maohinary ara tka vSRx
LATEST and our workmen the beat that money can saoure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fadlag
or shrinking and guarantee not t Injure them in any way. We alao
olean gentlemen's olothing ef al Qterfa. Gooda called, for and dellr?
ered. All goods thoroty Ml aterlllMt. Wo do altering and repairing. ,
Phone Bell 147 1820 N afreet ' Phono Auto lMl
Gall or write for prLa. st Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
Continuous Shows from 1:30 to 5:30
and 7:00 to 10:3Q p, m.
There Is no time like Harris', time,
If your watch Isn't up to dato you- bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
Observatory open to visitors 8:00. to
10:00 p. m. for a view of Jupiter.
Convocation, 5; 00 p. m. Ralph W.
Breckenridge of Omaha, "The
Spirit of American History."
English Ciub meets with Miss Con
Garber, 8:30 p. m., 1845 Washing
ton. Union Society, Washington Birth
day program, 8:30 p. m.
Palladian Society, Washington pro
gram, 8:30 p. m.
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ALBANY, N. Y.
takirs of GAPS, 60WNS and HOODS
Ti tfc Aatricaa Colliju ni UnlurslIlM.
CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTY
Attention, Freshmen Officers!
All officers for last semester and
the present semester will meet In N
106 tliis morning at 12 o'clock.
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE fc '
The Ensign Omnibus and
For Good, Fromjpt
The only up-to-date plant in tho
city. Saves you time and money
1220 "O" STREET
136 Mirth Elivinth
Bill 348. Autt38ll
The Observatory will be open to tho
public for a view of the planet Jupiter
from 8 to 1& p, m. this evening.
Easter's the 31st t of March. Laid
wig wants to see ' you about your
Something new In embossed station
ery. The Co-op.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Don's Cafe, fL4 So., 11th St
Pctry Bakery Cc.
Baldnjr Orders Fill!
rtat Met Bread Our Specialty.
Muwm ua asdTour Order Will
BMelre Prompt AtUntlon.
Miss A. E. Soultup, Dressi&akeri
Special attention given to students;
1136 O St. Auto 4603.
Gregory, the Coal M&n
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