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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TODAY, Mat.2:30. Tonight 8:15.
Eve $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1.00 to 50c.
FRI., SAl. & SAT. MAT., DEC. 18-10
Ma's New Husband
Eve 50, 35 & 25c. Mat 25 & 10c.
WED. MAT. & EVE., DEC. 23
The Man of The Hour
Week Commencing Monday, Dec. 14
7 BIG ORPHEUM ACTS 7
Belle Hathaway's Simian Playmates
In Quaint Southern Negro Stories
Chas. De Haven and Jack Sidney
The Dancing Waiter and the Guest
HARRY AND KATE JACKSON
Comedy "Cupid's Voyage"
LOCKWOOD AND BRYSON
THE TENNI8 TRIO
"Juggling On the Lawn"
MY8TERIOU8 FLAMES '
Mats. 2:15 Tues., Thur., & Sat.
Prices 15c and 25c.
Night 8:15 Prices, 15, 25 & 50c.
THE HOUSE COZY
The Week of December Fourteenth
THE FULTON STOCK CO. IN
A COMEDY DRAMA IN 4 ACTS.
PRICES 15c and 25c.
Mats. Wennesdays and Saturdays.
In preparation1 for Christmas .week
the beautiful Society Comedy
"WHEN WE WERE TWENTY
1329 "O" Street.
1330 "O" 8treet,
LATEST AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation 'of every University
jf Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change 'of Program Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new store
12B30 O St. Ulnooln
11 makes rented with stand
S3 Per Month.
Bargains 1b Rebuilt Machine.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
atollSl-Balllltt. . raNallth
.. DcTYour Waihln
Got a Majestic ticket froe.
C. H. Frcy, florist, 1133 O SL
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Beckman Droa. Fine shoes. 1107
A free Majestic ticket with each
The Christina vacation begins to
morrow evening at G o'clock.
The state farm students will enjoy
no vacation for the Christmas holi
Have your clotbes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Christmas Beauties in Slippers, 50c
to $3.50. Sanderson's. 12-15-3t-G0
Walter Kenner. '08, has been slight
ly "under the weather" for the laBt
The Alpha Tou Omega fraternity
held initiation at the chapter house
Jesse Parrott, '08, Is now in Port
land, Ore., working for a private en
P. E. Roadifor, law '09, left for Lo
gan, la., Wednesday, where he will
spend the holidays.
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of oCmmerce.
Don't go home without dropping In
at Sanderson's for Shoes or Slippers.
Miss Marian Kovorda 'eft ycslorday
for Table Rock to spend the Christ
mas vacation with relatives.
Xmas For Gentlemen Friends
Suit Cases and Bags, $1.00 to $18.00 Bath Robes, $3.50 to $16.50 Shirts. $J.OO to
$3.50 Sweaters, $1.50 to $6.00 Fur Caps, $5.00 to $10.00. AIso Gloves, Ties,
Suspenders and Pennants. Everything to please him.
FULK, 1325 O
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St
Have you seen the now College
Shoes at Sanderson's? They are it.
0 0 0
Frank Parrott, '08, is now with the
Laramie, Halms Peek & Pacific rail
road, and bis address is Stuart, Wyo.
Word has been received from
"King" Cole stating that he has
settled down to the practice of law in
Professor Philips of the forestry
department will spend part of hlB va
cation on a trip into the ovoods of
The election of a captain for the
1909 football eleven will be held in
the ofllce of Dr" Clapp in Memorial
A valuable statute of Komensky,
which had been ordered by the Bo
hemian department, arrived yesterday.
It was badly damaged in transit.
Professor and Mrs. F. J, Phillip's
will spend the holidays atRhinlander,
Missouri. Rhinelandor is a sort of
college settlement during tho holi-days.
Miss Myra Kerns, fellow In the
German department, had a Bister visit
ing her yusturday. M'ss Kerns will
spend the vacation at Adams, Neb ,
lit" home of her i-lstc.
The Englowoo 1 high school foot
ball team passed through Lincoln
Tuesday night 'on its way wohI to
Butte and Denver. Tm team will piny
two games of football, one with 'the
Butte high hcIkk;! this week and the
other with the Denver high school,
Rev. .1. M. Bute;- of Red Cloud, Neb.,
it in the city and Is spending much
time at the botanical depart men t of
the university. Rev. Bates has been
collecting Nebraska plants fbr twen
ty yearn. He has just given the uni
versity herbal lum a collection of from
300 to 100 Nebraska species, which
make a valuable addition.
Miss Hrbeck leaves for Omaha to
attend the com exposition today
While there sn will deliver a lec
ture in Bohemian. Today Is foreign
ers' day at the exposition, and a long I
program of which Miss Hrbeck. lec
ture Is a part, has' been arranged for
this day. The classes In Bohemian
under Miss Hrbeck will not be held
Dr. C. E. Bessey is in receipt of a
request from "Science" for an ad
vance copy of the address which he
Is to make as the retiring president
of the botanical section of the Amer
ican Association for the Advance
ment of Science. Dr. Bessey will
speak on a matter of scientific inter
est to botanists at Baltimore, Decem
ber 20, at which time the association
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A beautilul poster advertising the
tophomorc hop for January 9 was
placed on the bulletin board fn the
main passageway of University hall
yesterday morning. It bears the draw
ing of a girl's head and shoulders
which are exquisitely done in water
colors and crayon. It Is the portrait
of an American type of beauty that is
more striking than the Gibson girl or
Fluffy Ruffles type.
The wedding cf Mi;. E. II. Clark,
'01, purchasing agent of the univer
sity, to Miss Ht-ien Allen, "07, took
place at St. Paul's church Tuesday
evening. The ceremony was a very
beautiful one and was witnossed by
a large number of friends. A recep
tion at the home of the bride's pav-
cuts, at 900 North Trility-Blxth street.
Mr. Harry Shedd, of Ashland, form
erly registrar of the university, was
best man, and Miss Louise Allen, sis
ter of the bride, was maid of honor.
The bridesmaids -'were Misses Zoo
Chenoweth, Edith Roberts, Mabel Sny
der and Fannie Graves, while the
UHhers were Messrs. C. E. Johnston,
L. O. Payne, Louis Korsmeyor and
Solos were sung by Mrs. C. E. Mat
son and Mr. George 'Johnston and the
wedding march was played by Mra.
Raymond. The bride Is a member of
Delta Delta Delta, and Mr. Clark is
a member of Phi Kappa Psi fratern
ity. The faculty of Washington has pro
claimed that the baseball team must
make good this year before it will be
allowed to make a trip. One of the
deans said that tho team of last year
was not worthy of tho university and
should not have been allowed to leavo
Kansas will present to the legisla
ture a list of the students who are
paying their way "through school, The
idea Is to prove to tho solons that the
studont 'body is not composed wholly
of rich follows who need no help from
' Morrison Beall Griffon, once a stu
dent in tho University of Missouri but
now a' Rhodes scholar at Oxford, has
written back that life is too easy
Hosiery, Handkerchief and Tie
Sets, each article to match in color.
A swell thing fellows, $1.50
The Bull Dog Caps, have you got
one? They are only 50c.
Scarf Pin and Sleeve Buttons to
match, give your chum a set for
Xmas, 25c to $1.50.
Winter Oxfords in tan leather,
very "nobby" footwear.
Roger Peet Clothes Stetson Hats
5?lJi?j?.4'L- I?. ing yur
patronize Nebraskan Advertisers.
These men advertise in the'Nebras-.
lean because they want student
because they have goods intended
gspgcjajly for shunts and suited to
.sA5JfflAPocet kks. . ri7ffig men
whodonot, advertise jh the
Nebraskan are indifferent as
to whether they have your
trade or not. Tell them yoti
saw their ad
in the Nebraskan,
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