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TODAY:, Mat 2:30. Tonlght-78:16
Pawf in Full
Mat $1.00 to 50c. Night $1.50 to 50c.
FRI SAT. & 8AT. MAT., JAnTii6
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat 50c to 25c
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 18
The Servant in The House
WEEK OF JANUARY 11
P08T CARD ALBUM
In Tropical Songs
LEWIS AND GREEN
"Engineering a Cook"
THE THREE NEW80ME8
GOLDSMITH AND HOPPE
Comedy Musical Artists
C. PORTER NORTON
Mats. Dally (Except Mon.) 15c, 25c
Every Night at 8:15 15c, 25c, 50c
Seats Reserved by Phono
Twelve weeks of unprecedented
success nt Lincoln's perfect play
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
Presents the High Class Comedy by
THE GIRL WITH THE GREEN
Beginning Tonight at 8:30
Every Night 8:30 Wed. and Sat.
Mats., 2:30. Best Seats 25c.
1329 "b,f Street.
1330 "O" 8treet.
LATEST AND BE8T
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 MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
12 30 O St.
All makes rental with ntan4
$3 Per Month.
Bargain in Rebuilt Jtfaihlnaa.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
"AtttollBtBUlUl. 123 No. 11 tk
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Btndenta.
V PIPES &?
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
1132 O Btrset
Do Your Washing
FJae Lint Pfliind
, Praterulty BWg.
W Gleanings W
"('t. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Sanderson's discount sale all this
Big lot men's G shoes, $3.75. San
:lcison'a discount Bale.
.Miss Miller will ontortnin the Eng
lish club at her home, 1017 J stroet,
Sweikst shoes you ever saw; big
discount. Sanderson's sale.
At convocation Thursday, Miss
Helen Gregory, '95, will give an ac
count of tho music settlement In Now
Dr. J. H. Davis, dentist. Chargos
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Phi Alpha Tau held a meeting laBt
night in their room at the Temple.
Considerable business t importance
Rogers & Perkins
In convocation Thursday, Miss
Helen Gregory, a graduate of the uni
versity in 1895, will tell of settlement
work in Now York City.
Chapin Hros., Horlsts, 127 So. Thir
teenth. n m
Reserved seats for the Ames-Nc-I'inska
basket-ball games are now on
sale at the Co-op Hook Store. (Jet
u sent on the now stands.
John Wright's. Ill Sontli
The meeting of the sjunlor class
colled for tomorrow has been post
poned owing to the inability of the
pin committee to got ready to report.
Bookman Bros., line shoes,
Quo Katonc. 'OS, who ia tho rep
resentative from Hiehardson county
In the Nebraska legislature, has been
appointed chairmnn df tho house com
mittee on public schools.
g New shipment of Delamothe Real Rose Hat Pins
4justin. Not the crude imitations or silver deposit butfa
g genuine metalized Roses.jf.One will surely please her, O
g Better get her one before they are alt gone. Q
g Established 1871 HALLETT, JEWELER 1 143 O
YunRbliit, dentlBt. 202
Vlbert A ron, who took his A. M.
here last year and who Is now teach
Jng as a fellow In German nt Wiscon
sin, university spent a part -of Ills
Christmas vacation hero.
Why not take your bath at Chris
hrth house, Eleventh and P stroets?
Lincoln Djnclng Academy, 1132 N
street. University students especiallj
invited. Select social nights, Monday
and Friday. Beginners, Wednesday.
Tor private lessons cull Auto 4 177.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber'a Sultorium, Cor, 11th and O.
Frank Bulltn, u last year's graduate
-of the university, is covoring the sen
ate proceedings at the legislature.
He has boen connected with the Lin
coln Dally Star since leaving school.
The senior prom vlll be hold at tho
Lincoln hotel annex January 22 at
8:30 p. m. Tickets may be secured
of the committee. Frank Woljor Is
chairman," and ,,Edward Davrs, master
of ceremonies. .
Phi Delta Phi will 'hold their second
meeting of tho yom Thursday lilght
at tho Delta Upsllon house. Two men
are to he initiated. They aro Carl
Ituhman and Elinor Hills. Tho initia
tion will he followed by iilmnquet.
Cluts. P. Craft, a nroinlnont otfbr i
ncy of Auroro, Nob., and a formerly
student ol tho university, was In Lin-
coin yesterday on business. Mr. Craft
was a prominent Intor-colleglato de -
hater, and wus for two years a mom -
ht-ot a. .om.
TtoltolH lire out for the oiboroori;
informal nt Fraternity ,hall on Friday
evening, January 29. Phil Fredericks
Is chairman of tho hop and Aldon
Uumstead is master 'of coroinonles.
This Is tho closing hop of the second
year men this yoar.
The Chemistry club will moot Wed
nesday evening in tho locturo room of
-tho Chemistry building. 3. A. Mnhood
and M. R. Daughters will loud in the
Journal program. The discussion wIM
cover Home of tho recent work done
in the chemical line.
Professor Horrowman Is now guiUh
the special lectures In -ChomlBtry D.
Owing to the fact that arrangement.
had not been fully coinpletod nt tho
time the list of the changes in the
Chemistry department was made, this
was oinlttod at that time,
Albert Blackbird, grandson of Chief
Blackbird of tho Omaha Indians, whs
a visitor at tho state historical rooms
In the Library building yesterday.
Mr. Blackbird's grandfather was one
of the moBt noted Indian chiefs of
tho Nebraska territory. The youngci
Blackbird can traco his ancestry on
Nebraska soil back to the year 1700.
At a iccent meeting of tho univer
sity sonoto action was taken towards
the securing of a rest room for
women. The matter of a roBt room nl
the unherslt Is an important one
Women visiting the state Institution
often times become tired after a
morning's inspection of the Intlldlng
and the work done, and at present
I here Is no pluee where thej can go to
A. R. Uroli, formerly- a reporter
on tho Lincoln Dally Star, is the
author of a clever little story appear
ing in tho December number of the
Munsey's magazine. The title 1b "The
Wisdom of Han Tl." Mr. Oroh has
heeji abioad on an extended tour since
last summer. He reached Naples
shortly before tho earthquako disas
ter. Mr. Groli graduated from the
university In 1902. rf
A special convocation Is to ho hold
In tho Temple, Friday at 5 o'clock, at
which tlmo Prof. Rudolph Tombo,. Jr.,
of Columbia university, will speak on
"Paralval." Professor Tombo spoko
at convocation two years ago. Ho Is
registrar and professor of German a'
Columbia and also secretary of thq
alumni association of that school.' He
speaks here on a trip through the
west In the Interests of the Columbia
"Sutton in 1873, Hie first Tramo
houso iu Sutton" and "Sutton aB it
appears today," are the titles of -n-j
series of pictures received by the
s'ato historical society from an od
losklent or 'Sutton. A copy of the
New York Herald with an accbunt of
the nsqaeslnatlon of President Lincoln
lias been lent to tho association by
Mrs. E, O. Simpson of Lincoln. Tho
heading of tho article Is peculiar,
being simply the ono vord, "Import
ant." Tho stylo of tho account is
alho. Interesting, The old stereotype
form of newspaper articles prevailed,
and tho writing was ovldoutly done
by ono who cared little for tho "hu
man Interest" element of ho story.
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GREGORY, The Coal Man
LITTLE BUILDING BOTH
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
We can give you the best
Capital Grocery -flaTViSGk . 1435 M St.
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CENTRAL NITIOML SINK
12th and 0 Streets
P. L. HALL, President
P. B, JOHNBON, Vlco-Preaidant
BBMAN O. FOX, Cashier
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Aatt CaaWar
A Half Million
Glasses of Soda Water
old and drank from our IXJtlr Century
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PITTS' DICING SCHOOL
Mondays and Fridays
Beginner's Classes Wl. Sat.
Private Lcsmrs by Appglwtsiiwit
1124 N Street Auio 40 1 9
Ladla' and Men's Cloths alaajud,
'preaaad and repaired. HatotUad,
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