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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1907)
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BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
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BAKERY Potry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
CAFE Sam Wosterfleld, Don Cam
CATERER "Tommy,"- at Miller &
CIGARS Lindsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, The Sterling.
COAL Gregory, Whitebreast
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
sheimer, Rudge & Guenzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs.
ENGRAVERS Cornell .
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
HABERDASHERY S2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallett, F. B.
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mellck,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Georgo
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MUSIC Curtice, Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, Herzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, BIJou,
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A BRIEF REVIEW.
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melody in the scoro of "Mme. Buttor
fly." The music is mellifluous, quaint,
at times passionato and glowing with
emotion, at times glorious in its dra
matic climaxes. In a word it is cap
tivating, and contains every promise
of outliving the generation that hoars
Its first performances.
To tho melodic characteristics mani
fested in "La Toscn" and "La Bohomo"
Puccini has introduced an olement of
local color that Is decidely interesting.
One is almost accustomed to the Indis
criminate use of crashing cymbals and
booming tympanl that characterizes tho
averago Japaneso comic opera of recent
years. These superficial devices have
been overworked, and it is gratifying
tb note that tho Italian composor does
not depend upon them to make his
music breathe with the spirit of tho
Orient. The real value of tho Puccini
scoro lies In Its natural Japaneso
flavor Its peculiar, quaint turns of
Eastern melody, Its poetic, rhythmic
charm. The occasional Interpolation
of tho Introductory bars to our own
"Star Spangled Banner," Is done in a
grateful, effective vein.
Mr. Savage has spared neither ef
fort nor cost in providing a stage sot
ting that is entirely In 'keeping with
the standards established by composor
and librettist. From curtain's rlso to
curtain's fall, tho eye Is facinatod by
a series of pictures that glow with ex
otic charm. Every detail is carried
out in a manner that faithfully repre
sents the spirit and characteristics of
Tho charm that surrounds tho quaint
cottage of Mme. Butterfly, the view
through the garden with tho great
mass of wistaria falling to tho path"
way are represoted with so nlco a
taste, that one is fairly conscious of a
Soft lights, high lights, gleams of
color all are employed artistically,
effectively. Even In these days of
superior stagecraft, such scenes as
are presented In this Savage produc
tion, aro a rarity.
makes specialty of Ban-
Sj quets. We have the
$ finest banquet room in
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made to Fraternities.
Call and get our prices.
A. D. CALKINS, Prep.
. 136 North Eleventh
Bill 348. Aula 3881
Made by the
Tho Sophomore Medics wilL make
their annual excursion to Omaha Fri
day and remain in the metropolis until
Saturday night. The medical depart
ment at Omaha has arranged for spec
ial clinics and the school will be In
spected by tho students going from
Lincoln. Dean Ward will excuse all
"medics" who whsh to Join the excursion.
Repairing Factory! 8
O Tho only up-to-dato plant in tho b
O city. Savos you timo nnd monov 0
8 1220 "O" STREET 8
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN j;
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HIGH CLASS PHOTOS
TO STUDENTS ONLY
Blaztk's Studlf. I2I&0 Strut
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Rogers & Perkins
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Held for Glee Club at Chapel Yester
A mass meeting was held in Memor
lal Hall yesterday noon to arouse en
thusiasm for theeGlee' Club concerts
to be given In tho afternoon and even
ing. Dr. Bolton spoke of tho merit of
tho club's work and of Its ability to
give full valuo for tho money charged.
Mr. GlUIsple spoke with enthusiasm
of the matinee and of the evening per
formance, and particularly of the op
orota with its thirty actors, eighteen
of whom are girls. Tho G.lee Club
sang tho -rousing college song,
"Scarlet and Cream," followed by
"Annie Laurie" and "Nut-Brown Maiden."
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