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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1909)
JOS. & WM. W. JFERSON In
Mat $1.00 to 50c. Nightr-LSO to 50c.
Prices $1.50 to 25c
A Girl at the Helm
t In tho Musical Comedy
"Fun In the School Room"
! HOMER, LIND & CO.
In "The Opera Singer"
. LAVINE AND LEONARD
MRV and Mrs. JACK M'GREEVY
JULIAN AND DYER
THE GREAT KINKER
Mats. Daily (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Every Night 8:1515, 25 & 50c
13th and P F. H. Bradstreet, Mgr.
Every Night 8:30, Wed. and Sat.
Mat. 2:30. Best Seats 25c
' Beginning Tonight at 8:30
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Best in America, Will Appear In
A Beautiful Comedy Drama of
Next Week "The Girl With
1329 "O" 8treeL
1330 "O" Street.
L AT EST AND DEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
Change of Prbgram Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UHIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 O St.
All makes renUd with atan4
Bargains lb Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
AmtolUt-BflllliaL 123 Ho. life
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
. Weloomea all Students.
? PIPES TSgSjgr
UNI SMOKE HOUSE '
' 1183 O Stmt
Do Your Washing
Get a Mdjest'lfi ticket tree.
C. K. Prey, florist, 1133 O BL
lEat at John Wright's, 114 South
KljtlAtrAM ft Vi
Beckman Broa. Fine shoes. 1107
Miss Gallic Gregory, '11, Is proof
reader on tho Lincoln Stnr.
A 25c Majestic ticket and a $1.25
subscription to tho Nobraskan for
U.oo. , tf
A freo Majostlc ticket with each
Why not let tho Nebraskan pay your
MaJeBtlc ticket this week? Sec our
offer on pago 3. tf
F. W. BarloB, '00, of Wellor, was re
cently olected to tho sonate.
Have your clothes pressed al
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from ono cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St
Martin Dimery, '00, of Beavor Cross
ing, win return to his home town to
practice law. Dimery was' private sec
retary to Governor Sheldon.
The junior informal will bo held to
night at the Fraternity hall. Walt'B
orchestra will furnish tho music. W.
W. Munson Is master of ceremonies
and chairman of tho dance.
This morning Governor George L.
Sheldon leaves for Mississippi to look
after a plantation which he ownB In
the southern part of that state. Ho
will bb gone for several weeks.
W. N. Whelan, law '08, goes to
Washington, D. C, with Congressman
elect Magulrc as his private BecretaYy.
Mr. Whelan graduated from the law
scnool with high scholarship honors.
Tho sale of the students hand books
is reported to be progressing nicely.
The directory Is not a money making
Bcheme, tho price for the book being
simply sufficient to cover tho expenses
Owing to tho confusion of dateB by
the Lincoln hotel clerk, the date of
tho Sigma Chi annual party was an
nounced as Friday evening, January
8, Instead of April 1G. The party is
to bo held' at the Lincoln.
Lincoln Dancing Academy. Univer
sity studonts especially mvlted. Se-
That's what you get In so-called
eye treatment. Glasses aro the
medicine of the EYE.
A bath In hot salt water is sooth-
Ing and beneficial to inflamed eyes. That's tho Fair Way.
HALLETT Graduate Optician Estab. 1871 1134 O
lect social nights, Mon. and Frl. Be
ginners, Wed. Private lessons. Auto
4477. Wed. & Frl.
Frank C. Bullta, a graduato last
year, Is covering tho "police run" on
the Lincoln Dally Star. He haB been
engaged In reportoiial work ,on the
AdvoTtlBementa for tho want ad
column should bo left at tho business
office, basement Administration Bldg .
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders f6r
want ads, at tho rato of 10 cents pet
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for the first Inser
tion; three insertions 2F ctfnta; five
Insertions 40 .cents.
BOARD AND ROOM.
First clasB table board at 1511 S St.
$2.75 per week. 5t63-28
FOR 8 ALE".
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount. See
Found Asrey cravenette. Owner
may havo Barao by calling at L. 301,
and paying for ad. " 6fl-tf-30
Lost "K. & E." 10-inch slidq rule
In leather case. Return 'to Rag office.
Star Blnco leaving Behoof," covering tho
sportB during tho sumtnor and fall.
Mr. N. F. PoterBon, curator of tho
university herbarium, has been offef
od an lnstructorshlp in tho University
of Louisiana. Tho Univoralty of Lou
isiana now has about COO students and
Is growing rapidly, bo that ho will
havo ninny opportunities in thiB now
A papor ontltled "Histological Stu
dies In tho Artemisia Fornratlon,"
written by Mr. Raymond J. Pool, 'in
structor in botany, nppoars In tho
October, 1908, number of Unlvorslty
Studies. This in a report of some In-'
vcBtigationa which Mr. Pool made for
the degree of Master of Arts.
Large numbers of university Btudonts
attended the Inauguration ball of Gov
ernor Shallonborger last night at the
senato chamber. Tho retiring gov
ernor, Georgo L. Sheldon, is a diu
tlnguished alumni of tho unlvorslty,
while the daughter of tho Incoming
governor, Miss Grace Shnllonborgor,
Is a member of tho PI Phi Bororlty.
The LIndoll cafe Is making an In
novation in their Sunday evening sup
pers in the way of a special menu
prepared by one of Chicago's famous
chefs. Music is furnishod by u four
piece orchestra. Tho management 1b
catering especially to university stu
dents. F. E. Edgerton, secrotary of Sonntor
Norris Brown, Is covering the "White
House run" for tho Washington Times.
Tho Times is ono of tho largo eastern
dailies, and tho "White Houso run"
is, perhaps, the moBt important as
signment on the rcportorlnl staff.
Edgorton was formerly connected with
Fred Humjfhroy, who was olected
to the state legiBlaturo from Lancaster
county, is a university gruduato. At
the Inauguration exercises of Gover
nor Shallenborgor yesterday, Mr.
Humphrey tendered his Boat in tho
house to William Jennings Bryan,
which was accepted by the democratic
Candidates for class baBkot-hall
teams soon will begin practice. The
material for class teaniB is all green
this year and very few oxporlenced
players will bo found in the lino ups.
W. A. Norburg is manager of tho
Bopliomore team. Tho sophomoros
have had several candidates out, and
with the juniors appear to bo the
leading candidates for championship
0 t) O
The appointment of Doctor Avery as
acting chancellor of tho university bus
necessitated several shifts in classes
In tho department. Tho teachers'
course formerly given by Dr. Avory
has been taken by MIbs Foster. Dr.
Dales has taken the classes in 'general
chemistry formerly taught by Dr. Av
ery. Mr. Barnaby has takon tho ad
vanced qualitative and quantitative
Tho Union literary society will give
an officers' program in Union hall to
Up The Cost
Glasses will glvo permanent re
lief when fitted by us. Wo back
up what we say with a guarantee.
night. Tho program Is to consist of a
two-act farco and a serlos of stunts
supposed to bo tryouts for a theatrical
manager. The farco takes up tho com
leal situation resulting from a maiden
aunt answering a matrimonial adver
tisement. Tho Individual tryouts will
vary from musical selections to comic
sketches and bu'rlesquoLdobates.
The state convention of tho Young
Men's Christian Association' is to bo'
held February 18, 21 Inclusive at
Hastings. A program is to bo given
which ,t is thought, will surpass that
of any previous convention, although
It has not as yet been made public,
Judgo H. S. Dungan, president of the
Hastings association, president; A. E.
Turner of Hastings college, G. A. Mc
Michael; general secretary of the
Hastings association and J. N. Clarks,
a' business man of that city, will com
pose the reception , committee. This
convention is to bo called the "Doers'
convention," the program being car
ried out entirely by men who havo
really done things In association, work.
Tho university association expects i
have as largo if not a larger delegation
present at the convention than that3
which went to Norfolk last year,
In a letter recently received from
a national secretary waB tho follow
ing: "Grace Coppock Is a marvel. She
has passed her examination with, an
average of over 95 per cent and has
won tho hearts of .missionaries, and
Chinese." Miss Coppock Is one 'of tho
class of '05,
, , ;
Mr. L. A. Sheldon, '05, and Mr. L.
"W. Turner, '05, are both mechanical
engineers In tho employ- of the Gon-
fri -. ,,-.. -,-i ,,,, tvivvi , , cy.
Mm J I
snay LasT uay
of the Great Semi-Annual , t
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oral Electric Cow at Schonoctady, N,
Y. Mr. Sheldon has charge of tho
steam-testing laboratory and Mr. Tur
ner Is in charge of the stoam turbine
Mr. Georgo E. Wilson, '00, la-assistant
profoBsor of mechanical engineer
ing at tho University of Washington
at Seattlo. In addition to his regular
work In tho unlvorslty, Professor Wil
son has had charge of sOmo technical
coui'soh given by tho Seattlo Y. M. C.
A., and lins been engaged in consider
able ouEslde testing work.
Mr. ('. L. Cole, '0. who is with tho
Alliu-Chalmers Co,, has boon engaged
in special testing work for tho com
pany at Chicago, In connection with
sovoral largo centrifugal pumping on
glnes installed for tho city. Mr. Cole
was recently elected a Junior momber
of tho American Society of Mechanical
Arthur Saiiipson, '07, called at tho
university recently, Btopplng on his
way from Oregon to .Washington. He
Is ongagod In tho work of tho dopart
mont of forestry. Tho work with
which ho Is occupied has to do with
tho development of forostri for grazing
$12.85 will purchase at ouh afore a suit of clothes
that was made to sell for $16.50, $lb. $20, $22,50.
We bought the surplus stock of Hirschberg Co. ;'
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benefits with you.
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it you are a juage or quality iook at the display
of .these suits' in our windows. They arc the best
clothing values that will be
We bought a lot but they
Better get yours, tomorrow.
SDeier & Simon
J iV. E. Cor. 10th and &Sts.
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PITTS' DUNGING, SCHOOL
SOCIAL EVENINGS '
Mondays and Friday;
Beginner'! Claiscft Wed. A Sat. .;
Private Lessons by Appolntaeat
124 N Street .Auto 40 lp
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offered you this year.A
are going fast. ,
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