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J , MONl NIGHT, JAN. 11
WEEK OF JANUARY 4
And Hh Eight
t REDPATH APANEE3
IN THE MUSICAL. CQMEDY
"Fun In a 8chool-Room"
' HOMER LIND & CO.
IN A MU8ICAL PLAYLET
"The Opera 8lnger"
HOMER, LIND & CO. -.
MR. ANDJ MR8. J. McGREEVY
' "The Droll Cartoonist"
r JULIAN AND DYER
In "Stunts and Bumps"
THE, GREAT KINKER
The Latest in Motion Pictures
,t MAJE8TIC ORCHESTRA
MATINEE;DAILY (except Monday
15c anl 25c
EVERY NIGHT 8:15 15c, 25c,
Commencing Monday, January 4,
THE PA88ION PLAY
A Beautiful 8tory Illustrating
The Life of Christ
Beautiful hand colored and tinted
Something Everybody 8hould See
In Addition the Great Melodramic
THE FIREMAN'S DAUGHTER
A 8tory of a Girl Hero.
' FLOWER OF THE I8LAND.
Mystery and Comedy
A Great Comedy
HALF A SATURDAY OFF
PENNILE8S POET'8 LUCK
Ladies' special souvenir matlneo
every Tuesday and Friday. A
beautiful piece of chlnawaro given
to every lady.
The Passion Play vill bo run for
three days only. Don't miss it.
All chlldron will bo admitted for
Matinees 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Evenings 7:00 to 11:00 p. m.
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" 8treet
V LATE8T AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAE'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our now store
1230 O St.
All makes rented with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargain is Bcbullt Machines.
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Do Your Washing
W,. Gleanings W
Got a MaJcBtic ticket irec.
E. H. Graves spent part of his Christ
was vacation In Beatrice
. C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O BL
Prof. Leo Rosignol will speak In
convocation today on "Broad and But-
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Delta 'Gainnnt sorority hold a houso
party Inst Friday dvoning at the chap
Beckman Bros. Flno shoes. 1107
Mr. and Mrs. ,D. E. Thomas of Lo
Mars, Iowa, wer'o campus visitors dur
A, f roo AMajostla ticket,, vflth each
Clarence Johnson, '00, is now an
Instructor In electrical engineering at
the University of Kansas.
Chapln Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Registrar Harrison spent several
days of the Christmas vacation at his
home In Weeping Water.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Fred Miller visited' with Clyde
Washington during the Christmas
holidays at Memphis, Tenn,
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
P. Brown, a former Nebraska stu
dent, visited In Lincoln at the Alpha
'beta Chi houBo last week.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh SL
Max Vosb, assistant high school in
spector, was married during the' holi
days to MIsb Ethel Stokoa, 1908
The seventeen different societies of
the state agricultural associations will
hold their winter meetings at the Btat'e
farm January 18-23.
Stanley Krajicok, '00, Is now em
ployed with the Denver Reservoir and
For Gentlemen Friends
Suit Cases and Bags, $LG0 to $18.00 Bath Robes, $3.50 to $J6.50--ShJr!s. $1.00 to
$3.50 Sweaters. $1.50 to $6.00 Fur Caps, $5.00 to $10.00. "Also Gloves, Ties,
Sutpenders and Pennants. Everything to pleace him.
FULK, 1325 O
Irrigation company. His residence Ib
at Denver, Colorado.
Claude Alden, a well known Ne
braska athlete, who Is teaching" school
at Kearney; visited In Lincoln duripg
tho Christmas holidays.
Edwin Ford Piper, professor of rhet
oric at Iown university,-spent the
Christmas' holidays with his uncle. He
is a Nebraska graduate
John Katenser, ex-'lO, who Is com
pleting, his course at Columbia 'uni
versity,1 New York City, visited with
Lincoln friends during the holidays.
Professor Skinner has juBt returned
from Baltimore, whore he attendod
the meetlnjTof the American associ
ation for the advancement of science.
M F. P. Costelloo, 190G, now located
at Ft. Morgan, Col., was in the city
during tho holidays.. Ho Is now en
gaged in engineering workjn t,ho west.
Robert Hill, who vhas been visiting
uniVersity .friends for ' seyrnlweekB,
left on New Years' day for Now York'
City, whore ho will take up Y. M, C.
A. work. '
Professor R. H, Wolcott represented
Nebraska at the annual meeting of
tho 'National inter-colleglate athletic
association held In New York City
t .. .-
Noff "Cronta, of "ho " law "Arm 6Z
Bracoland and Cronln; of Mlnnoapplls,
a formor university graduate, Was
visiting with friends during tho ChrlBt
Tho Chomlstry club will moot Wed'
nosdny ovonlng at 8 o'clock in tho
chemiBtry locturo room. Mr. Hawks
will talk on tho determination of the
calorific valuo of fuel's; ' -
J. L. . McBrlen, recontiy-Bolected
head of tho new department of Uni
versity extension, hart established of
fice quarters on tho tecond floor of
,the Administration building.
Floyd Smith, u member of Iho Ne
braska cross country team, for two
years, who 1b attondlng school In Chi
cago, was In Lincoln during tho Christ
mas holidays vlBltlng with Lincoln
Professor Fossler will return Wed
nesday from Ills trip along tho west
ern coast. The professor has boon
gone for three weeks and has boon
troated- royally whorovcr ho has
Prof. Voob of tho touchorB' college,
and Miss Ethel StokeB were married
on Christmas day at tho home of tho
bride's parents. Miss Stokes was -a
1908 graduate from tho university.
They will make their home In Lincoln.
Professor F. M. Fling has placed in
tho office of the roglstrnr' Information
concerning graduate work at Yalo
which will be of interest to any Ne
braska studontB contemplating such
work. Tho material 1b available by
calling at the otJlcb.
Coach Nollson, of -tho Georgo Wash
ington university football team, who
Is a graduate of tho university of Ne
braska, was awarded a swoater bear-'
ing the letter "N" last fall as a tribute
to him for his excellent work with the
George Washington eleven.
Arbor Barth, '10, returned home
from PlttBburg, Pa., yesterday ovon
lng, whero he had boon In attendance
to tho Alpha Tau Omega congress as
a delegate 'from tho local chapter. Ho
waB accompanied homo by Mr. Hooper
whose home Is In Warrenavllle.
Two. Nebraska graduates will 'cov
er" tho coming session of tho legisla
ture for tho local papers. Thome
Browno, who has boon with tho Lin
coln Journal since graduating In 1907
will covor tho house and George Moss
hart of tho Star Will also have chargo
of the saom branch.
A meeting of tho good roads con
vention was held yesterday afternoon
In Memorial hall. A large number of
students interested in tho subject -attended.
Addresses were delivered by
Congressman E. M. Pollard, George
L. Cooley, of tho national department
of agrlculturo and H. C. Holland, ex
president of tho Nebraska association
of mail carriers. .
Goo. A. Lee, A. B '03; Law '06,
recently appointed - attorney general
of the state of Washington, who was
called to IiIb Old homo in Humboldt,
iMeu., uy me, critical illness oc nis
father, stopped off In Lincoln while
on his way back to Spokane. Mr. Leo
was a member of the inter-collegiate
deba'ting- teams for three years and
graduated with Phi Beta Kappa hon
ors. Tho class committees of u the inter
class athlotfe board will hold "a nieet-
inc Wednesday "nlcht. nt. 7 n'nlnnlr nnrt
adopt a now constitution which, will
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iuuku iiruvituuu lor. me participation
of a freshman team, in the future
class championship gamos. Tho ac
tion comes after a bitter fight of near
ly two years, tho three upper classes
being opposed to tho admittance of
, A rather curious postal card was-re4-ceived
in thcregiBtrar's office yoBtor
day, U came- from Mar?avan, Turkey,
and;lr addfeBsecLtV I) r, JBrMcLeanT
Prosldont of tho University ' of Ne
braska. Tho writer is Koyprk jBalaklan
of Anatolia Collogo, and' dociarcBhla
intention of coming to tho Unlvorslty
of Nobraska noxt year. Whon It is
romojnljored -that Chancellor McLean
loft tho unlvorslty olght yoars ago It
Is soon thnt tho card 1b quito a curio.
Tho freshmen law cIbbb will moot
Wodnosday morning at 10 o'clock to
receive tho report of tho "hop" com
mittoo, comprised of tho following
mombors: Marconitt, chairman; Wan
gerln, master of ceromonioB; S. P.
DobbB, II. O. Boll and Guy Mattoson.
Thero Is a doflclt of nearly $25 and
tho class will bo askod to mako It
good. The' committeemen oach paid
for tho customnry complimentary, bo
that it would bo "through no fault of
tholrB that tho dancp was not a flnan
Tho nineteen seniors who playod on
the Bonlor footbnll team will rocolvo
their sweaters tomorrow for tho cham
pion clnHB team by calling at Managor
Eagor's jpmco at o'qlopk. Tho
sweaters are veBts of maroon and
whlto, very similar to tho onos award
od tho mombors of tho basket ball
team last year. TIjobo to rodolvo
them nro Wangerln, captain; Dobbs,
mnnagor; Boll, Taylor, Tlngloy, Mc
Cutchcon, Harrison, Wood, Camp
boll, Ca'rnoy, . Guldlngor, Wlldlsh,
Overman, Waters, Wostover, Whlto,
Hummoll and Barrett.
MA80NR.Y 18 NOW COMPLETED.
New Engineering Building Makes
During tho Christmas vacation, work
on tho onglnooring building has
gono rapidly forward. The warm
weather has made it posBlblo for tho
masonB to work nearly overy day dur
ing tho last three wo6kB, and tho walls
Of tho second story aro now nearly
complete Only about five feet of
masonry remains to bo done on tho
front part of the building and tho
structure will thon b6 rontly for tho
Carpenters are now at work fitting
up the truBseB for tho two one story
rear wings. According to presont
plans theso will bo encloBed bo thnt
tho workmen will have a sheltered
place In which to work.
During tho vacation Professor Rich
ards finished tho plans and specifica
tions for tho electric wiring and tho
power plant. Bids for this pnrt of tho
work wl)l soon bo taken.
Tho contractors expect to finish tho
brick work during this month Jf a
reasonablo amount of fair weather
makes it possible. If tho noxt few
weeks should bo very cold this would
probably, be impossible, for It is not
possible to build up maBonry work
when tho mortar freozes rapidly. No
work was done on tho building Christ
mas and the day after, as a largo num
ber pf tho workmen live In .Omaha
and It was desired to give them an op
portunity to spend tho day at home.
In tho broach of promise suit of
Hopo vs. Gay Decelvor, recently tried
at Syracuse, Miss Hopo was ajvarded
damages to tho extent of $205.69,
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