The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 15, 1907, Image 4

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I OLIVER THEATRE
TONIGHT, 8AT. & 8AT. MAT.
THE WORLD8 QREATE8T FUN
MAKER8 THE FLINTS
NEW HYPNOTIC NOVELTIE8.
PROGRAM CHANGES NIGHTLY
Eve 50, 35 & 25c. Mat. 25 & 10c
Ladles Free Opening Night.
Usual Conditions.
MONDAY NIGHT, MAR. 18.
PAUL GILMORE
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: In the Best of All College Plays,
AT YALE
PRICE8 $"h50, $1.00, 75c & 50c.
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.LYRIC THEATRE..
StttWattttWiMl
GEO, K. 8POOR8 CO.
Presents "The Christmas Gift."
RAYMOND TEAL
FIELD8 & HAN80N
8HANNON & 8TRAW
HI GREENWAY
JACK WILDE
Illustrated 8ong,
f'Just Remember That I Love You."
LYR08COPE
Ladles' Souvenir Matinees Tuesdays
and Fridays
The BIJOU
3 8HOW8 DAILY 7:45 and 9 p. m.
10o and 15c, Mat., 10c.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
MAXWELL & DUDLEY
MILLER & McCAULEY
CHEATING JU8TICE
On the Blograph
AUER & DEONZO
ADAM8 BR08.
MR. H. R.MANELL
"Fare Thee Well, My Old Kentucky"
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THE ELITE
ROBT. MACAIR8 & BERTRAND
LITTLE LORD MAYOR
THE MURDERER
WHEN MOTHER 18 VIOLENT
FORBIDDEN 8PORT
ILLU8TRATED 80NG
"We Never 8eemed 8o Far Apart
Before."
MI88 ETTA GURNEY
Continuous 8hows from 1:30 to 8:30
and 7:00 to 10:30 p. m.
NO 8ETTLEMENT.
(Continued from page 1.)
term, 'OT-'OS instead of '06-'07. So tho
Senior and Junior classes fall to agree
In that ono would havo tho measuro
go Into effect this term, tho other, not
till next term. As tho mattor now
stands, nothing final has been accom
plished, for there must be an agree
ment between tho classes.
Several complications havo arisen.
Tho Sophomores claim they muBt bo
consulted and the Juniors question it.
The Medics declare tho Junior claBS
had previously passed the resolution
adopted by tho Seniors this morning,
but tho Juniors reply that said reso
lution called also for a conferenco of
similar committeo from the two
classes, and since this conference has
never been hold, the resolutions
passed so far with regard to allowing
tho Medics what they ask are of no
weight. There seems but ono thing to
do and that is to start over again.
BIG TOURNAMENT.
(Continued from page 1.)
Seniors doing splendid, hard work.
The final score, howevor, was 10 to '5.
In favor of tho Sophomores, the latter
carrying off tho much coveted cham
pionship bannor.
WILL GIVE
$15,000 to Shurtleff College at Alton,
III.
Andrew Carnegie's gift of $15,000 to
Shurtoff College at Alton, 111., for li
brary purposes, haB aroused some in
terest because of Mr. Carnegie's for
mer refUsal to give any funds to the
college on the grounds that It was ed
ucating young men to become Baptist
ministers without paying tuition, there
by pauperizing the school. President
Riggs finally satisfied Mr. Carnegie
that tho divinity students were work-
to receive an endowment of at least
lng for their tuition, and now expects
$15,000 by June next.
ENGINEERING NOTES.
A. G. Wessllng, Assistant Engineer
of the Bullock Manufacturing com
pany gave a talk to tho Engineering
students yesterday at 11 o'clock In M.
208. His subject was "Special Appren
ticeship" and was given especially to
Mechanical and Electrical engineering
students, with a view toward getting
them Interested In the special ap
prenticeship courses offered by tho
Bullock Power Machinery company to
University Engineering graduates.
The New York Botanical Gardens
are now publishing a work on North
American Flora, to contain a descrip
tion of every known species of plant
In tho continent. One section will be
edited by Jospeh Charles Arthur a stu
dent of Dr. C. E. Bessoy 37 years ago,
and Professor Alex Rydbeag, also a
pupil of Dr. Bessey will contribute
largely. Dr. Clements will prepare an
entire volume, for which he has been
given fifteen years. The work will bo
tho most Important treatise of tho
sort in existence.
Teachers' Licenses,
Notice has been posted on the bul
letin board in University Hall concern
ing the examination for teachers' cer
tificates In New York City. Ono group
of examinations will be hold April 4
and 5 and another, May 13 and 14.
They are to be held in New York City.
Mr. C. M. Dunn hnn hint rotiirnnl
from a trip to Arkansas,. where he has
uou Htuuying cue lumDer maustry.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127' So. 12th.
PAUL GILMORE.
Twenty-two athletes of the University of Nebraska will be the guests
of Mr. Gllmore at the Qllver Theater Monday night, when that celebrated
actor appears In the best of all college plays, "At Yale."
Women's Gloves For Easter
Some New Lines Have Just Arrived in Both
Long and Short Lengths
A new shipment of Keyser Short Gloves In all colors. Price
75c, $1.00 and ; .'$1.50
12-button Lisle thread, In Black and White, per pair 75c
16-button Lisle thread, In Black and White, per pair $1 .00
16-button Silk, in Black, White, Pink, Blue, Tan and Grey, per
nalr $1.50
Embroidered Silk Gloves, 12-button length, in Black and White
Per pair '$2.75
Embroidered Silk Gloves, 16-button length, in Black and White,
Per P . $300
16-button Glace Kid, in Tan, Brown, Navy, Grey, Black and
White, pair $375
12-button Glace Kid, in Black, per pair '. $3.25
12-button Glace Kid, in White per pair ."..!!! .'$3.' 00
8-button Glace Silk, in Black, per pair ; !$2!so
8-button Glace Kid, In colors, per pair $2.00
Now is a good time to buy
Miller & Paine
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At the Forbes Stables, of course
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