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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
FRI. SAT. SAT. MAT., FEB. 14-15
Thorns and Orange. Blossoms
Eve., 50, 30, 20, 10c. Mat., 25 & 10c
WED. MAT. & EVE., FEB. 19.
The Girl Question
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVE. 7:45 & 9:00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
LEED8 AND LEMAR
Australia's Burlesque Artists
Musical Comedy Act
JAMES H. CULLEN -"The
Man From the West
THE FLORENCE TROUPE
Week Connencing Monday, hi, id
FULTON STOCK GO.
A Sublimo and Dramatic Produc
tion of Goetho's Immortal.
Evening prlcos 16c and 25c
Matinees, Wed. and Sat 15c
boats rravd, Box ofllco opoiiH 11 n. in.
AUTO 3634 - BELL A634
DR. J. Rl DAYIS
Oilice hours 0 to 5. Sundays 10 to 11.
SPECIAL RATE TO STUDENTS
Over Bank of Commerce, 18th & O Sts.
Ifwllng, Billiards, Ptol and Clears
The Finest Place iirtfc West. 934 P Street
' MEMMEN CANNON CO.
II '.I.'. ' n . m'.V , ,m , :
THE 'UNI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes fll students and Invites you
to enjoy our Smpklng and Reading
"Room. ' It's a pleasure to please. Try
UNI" SMOKE HOUSE.
1132 O STREET
Pitts' Dancing School
. -, Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
Social night Friday. .Private class
-'every afternoon. . Most beautiful half
in Lincoln. JMew lodatlon, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241. ,
very IkjjrI PBljeroUjrStadaBt la
mrged to patronise tbesa Nebras- (
kaa advertisers, smd to mention i j
th paper bile doing ao. t I t 4 1
ATHLETIC GOODS Lawjor Cycle Co.
BANKS First Trust and Savings.
BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Po-
BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shops, Marshall, Emmert.
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOk STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
BUSINESS COLLEGES Brown Busi
ness College; Lincoln Business Col
lege. CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons,
CIGARS Cole & McKonna; Mutt's
CLOTHING Farquhar; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co., Rood, Hirschner-Morse.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'.
DENTISTS Graham, Yungblut, J. R.
DRUGGISTS Hirschner-Morse, Jer
DRY GOODS Herpolsheimer; Miller
' & Paine.
FLORISTS Chapln; C. H. Frey.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Magee &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mme.
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
HATTERS Budd, Heflloy, Lincoln
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Henderson
I.AUNDRIES Evans ; Merchants. ;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazelc, Hayden,
PIANOS Schraoller & Mueller.
PRINTERS George Bros.; Simmons.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch;
Buds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; Francis Bros.;
Sams; Windsor; Elam's.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & Mc
SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per
STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
TAILORS Backstrom Dresber; El
liott; Heffidy; Herzog; Ludwig;
Scotch Wollen Mills, Union College
THEATERS Jewell;. Joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou, Wonderland, Elite.
TROUSERS Baker Pants Co.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 STREETS
P. L. HALL, President
F. E. JOHNSON, Vlco-Prosideut
B3MAN C. FOX, Cashier,
W."W, HACKNEY Jr., Asst. Cufehler
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Art In America.
Columbia University has made a
notable addition to her faculty of fine
arts. .She has appointed Kenyon Cox
professor of painting; Daniel C.
Frcnchf professor of sculpture, and
John La Fargo, professor of tho deco
rative arts. The move is significant;
it indicates a recognition of the Im
portance of the esthetic in a well
rounded education. Foreigners, in
commenting upon our college curricu
la, often speak of the preponderance
of utility oyer beauty. They declare
that our university education aims at
the production, of efficient brokers and
bridge builders. Tho leading educa
tors of our country do, nevertheless,
appreciate the Importance of art, and
are usually found ready and eager to
do what they are able to do for art.
George A.( Lee, '04, of Spokane,
Wash., who was a prominent debater
during his college days, is, according
to Spokane papers, being urged to be
a candidate for tho legislature. Dur
ing the last year Mr. Iee has pub
lished the following articles in tho
Central Law Journal, St. Louis: "Dis
charge of Contracts by Alteration;
Material and Immaterial Alterations,"
"May the State in the Exercise of the
Police Power Prohibit the Use of the
National Flag for Advertising Pur
poses?" "In an Action for Breach of
Contract of Marriage, What Is a Suf
ficient Physical Disability to Consti
tute a Valid Defense?" "Latent Equi
ties." Albany Ldw Journal: "The
Rescesslon of Executed Contracts of
Sule for Breach. Law Notes, New
York: "The Commercial Aspect of
Walter F. Meier, '03, Spokane,
Wash., hat-, recently published "The
Saturday Night Crowd," The Coast,
November, 1907; "The Segregation of
the Hawaiian Lepers by Administra
tive Process," Central Law Journal,
October 25, 1907; "Levy of Attach
ment Upon Rolling -Stock of a Rail
road Company Doing Interstate Busi
ness," Central Law Journal, Novem
ber 8, 1907; "The Registration of
Land Titles Under the Torrens Sys
tem," Central Law Journal, December
13, 1907; and "The Effect of Presump
tlon of Death Upon Marketability of
Title to Real Estate," Tho Green flag,
Boston, December, 1907. Mr. Meier
was recently made president of the
Spokane Municipal League, a non-partisan
organization, the purpose of
which is to secure better government
Charles P. Craft, '03, of .Aurora,
Nob., is one of the most successful
lawyers among recent Nebraska grad
uates. Reports -from central Nebraan
ka show that he has the confidence
of that entire region and that ho has
the call on the big business men. An
effective public sneaker and debater,
one of tho ablest debaters Nebraska
ever had and with a record for high
scholarship in the College of Law, he
has had unusual success in both ofllco
work and in court especially in the
Notice to Students in Chemistry 26.
The permanent class hour will be 4
o'clock oii Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Two thousand pair of shoes, from 25
to ou per cent discount, itogers &
The cast of. the Senior play Is re,
quested to meet in U, 106, Thursday at
11:30 a. m.
Friday will be a full holiday for all
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
-113 N St.- J
Social nights Mon. and Wed., 8 to 11
Beginner's night, Wednesday, 8 to 11
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY IN VI THD"
THE GRAND CENTRAL
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BAR1ER SHOF ni CHAH STORE
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W..H. BAnTHELMAN, Prtfrfttor
134 South Eleventh St Eat SWt
Lawlor Cycle Co.
Now Baseball Goods
And Skajo Sharpening
1337 O STREET
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
THE BEST OF
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