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8AT. 'MAT. & NIGHT, APRIL 25
Charles 6. Hanf ord
At tho Matinee "
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
. At the Night
," ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
Mat. $1 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 25c
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; Monday Night, april 27
In the Up-to-Date Comedy
"The wheel or love"
PRICE8 $1.50 to 25c
MATINBB 3 P. M. EVE. 7t45 & 9t00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
"Keep on Selling"
JOHN J. WILDE
JOHN P. REED, Comedian
In a Monologue
VON MITZEL & MAYNARD
"A Timely Awakening"
Sweetest 8lnger of Them All
MaQELL A CORBLEY
. In Their Musical Skit, Entitled
"Summer Boarder and 8um-R-Not"
Clistd Host of This Week
Evening prices 15c and 25c
Matinees, Wed. and Sat 15c
boats rcavd, Box offlco opens 11 a. m.
1320 NSt, Untmln, Nb.
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THE UNI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all students and Invites you
to erijoy. our Spidklrig sind, Reading
Room.' It's a pleasure to please. Try
"UNI" SMOKE HOUSE.
1132 O STREET
CHANCELLOR OF KAN8A8 UNI
VERSITY AT CONVOCATION.
Present Age Great, But Faulty In
Some Respects Comparisons
With Former Ages.
' Danclhr School
. Class nights -Advanced, Monday;
eglnnsrs, Wednesday and Saturday.
Social night Friday. Private elais
very afternoon; Most beautiful half
lrt. Llnepjn. Nsyy location, 1124 N
street Awtf 6H;
"The Present Age and Some Things
Which Are Not Done" Wob the sub
ject of a most admirable address at
Convocation yesterday by Chancellor
Strong of Kansas University. Chancel
lor Strong Is a deep thinker and pre
sents the results of his thought In
clear and forceful English. The Chan
"The present age Is an age of reali
ties. We of this ago constantly seek
blgnesB, efficiency, and power. For
this reason this is a mechanical age.
I believe that one of the greatest de
velopments of the time Is tho work of
the scientists the discoveries in bac
teriology and other branches.
"This age is also great In the law.
Yet It does not equal the greatness of
the age of Henry II. We are proud of
our schools of agriculture and engi
neering. Yet the means by which the
ancients made a territory far lesB
productive than are Nebraska and
surrounding states, support the pop
ulation of the times is a thing to
wonder at. Then, too, the engineer
ing works of Egypt, the East and the
Roman Empire are well worth study
by modern students.
"In studying history we must come
to the conclusion that had Rome made
use of the great unifying principles
of Christianity the empire might still
endure. The greatest tie binding peo
ple together Is tho religious tie. His
toric Christianity Is everywhere the
"This nge has not learned law and
order yet. This Is due partly to the
repulsion of the old ideas of religious
authority. It is further due to the
great wave of criticism, destructive
as well as constructive. And there
Is still another reason. Who Is it that
has authority over the children. There
Is only one place where authority Is
enforced over the child. That is in
the public school system. The train
ing of the child in the public school
is the only remaining agent for law
and order, and this alone prevents an
archy. "I wish to say a worff regarding a
recent statement that the universities
are failures as moral leaders because
of the university men and women re
garding themselves as privileged char
acters. This fault lies In us in you
and I. If law and order are not prac
ticed in the university, then they will
not be practiced by the graduate after
he leaves the university. We are not
privileged in that sense. We are priv
ileged in responsibilities.
"Into the University of Nebraska
the people of the state your lathers
and your mothers have-cast of their
toil and sacrifice. The man who usos
the products of their toll to the detri
ment of the state' is a traitor. I sin
cerely hope that Nebraska will have
no such' traitors."
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appearance Charter Day," "Glee Club
Disturbs Law Students by Loud Sing
ing," and similar scare heads.
Yet In all cases the ability of the
club forced acknowledgement, no mat
ter what Its financial condition or at
titude In other matters might be. The
club was unquestionably an entertain
er of the first order. In the Home
Concert last year numerous novelties
were introduced, making the event
one of exceptional excellence.
This year the club met with no dif
ficulty after it was once started. For
some time last fall it seemed probable
that the time-honored institution
would not resume its. activities. But
the enthusiasm of the members of
last year's club would' not be downed.
'A new organization was formed and
vigorous practice was started. Con
certs have beqn given at several
points in the state and there are other
dates yet to foe, filled.. Lacking the
objectionable, sensational features,
this year's club is likely to go on rec
ord as one, of the , most successful
which the University has had.
The Swellest Ever
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A Great Display of
' FOR MEN
It is a fact that ill fitting underwear in
summer weather cause men a great deal of
annoyance. Only when undergarments
fit properly can satisfaction be obtained We
" give special attention-to measurements and
have both Union Suits and TwcPiece
garments to comfortably fit men of every
proportion. We -have" complete stocks of
the popular athletic Union Suits-as well as
those .with full length and quarter sleeves
at $1.00, $1.50 up to $5.00 per garment.
B. V D. knee length drawers and
Sleeveless shirts, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Poros-nit Shirts and Drawers-50te-all
colors. Look over your underwear
needs and let us show you.
Magee & Deemer
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ORDER YOUR PUWCH at FOLSOTS
Also everything in the way of 'cakes, t, pies;
canaies ana ices, not unocoiate wi
Cream after the show.
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ell 456 Phone us for Prtos , Auto 2214
Clements' photos ' are the best
Rates to students, lit So. Eleventh.
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