The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 14, 1909, Image 3

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I Fill., 8AT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 15-16
7 Miss Petticoats
Nlflht $1.00 t6 25c. Mat 50c to 25c
HENRY MILLER, ASSOCIATE
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75eiinghf in The House
! WED. MAT. A NIGHT, JAN. 20
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A Bunch of Keys
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
WEEK OF JANUARY 11
POST CARD ALBUM
Miniature Tableaux
ADELE M'NEILL
In Tropical Songs
LEWIS AND GREEN
"Engineering a Coolc"
LEO CARILLO
Chinese Impersonations
THE THREE NEW80ME8
Sensational Equilibrists
QOLD8MITH AND HOPPE
Comedy Musical Artists
C. PORTER NORTON
VIA8C0PE
MAJE8TIC ORCHESTRA
Mats. Daily (Except Mon.) 15c, 25c
Every Night at 8:15 15c, 2Sc, 50c
"The House-Cozy"
Seats Reserved by Phone
Twelve weeks of unprecedented
succoss at Lincoln's perfect play
house.
THE FULTON 8TOCK CO.
Presents tho" High' Class Comedy by
Clyde Fitch,
THE GIRL WITH THE GREEN
EYES
Beginning Tonight at 8:30
Every Night 8:30 Wed. and Sat.
Mats., 2:30. Best Seats 25c.
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W Gleanings W
C. H. Froy, florist, li33 O St.
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Ohio Munn, ox-1908, la .located in
Seattle, Wash. "-
Beckmnn Bros., fine shoes. 1107 O
street. 1
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J. E. Tanner, Law '04, is located at
Wamego, Kan.
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Dr. Chas." YoungblUt, dentist, 202
Burr block.
Charlotte Worley, '00, Is located at
Crawford, this stale.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
roaBonable. Ovor. Bank of Commerce.
Johu Patterson, Law 'Oil, is. practic
ing law at Central City.
Up-to-date Bhoes,
Rogers & Perkins.
oni-fourth off.
C. Fisher, Law '99, has been a guest
at the Sigma Chi house.
Have your clothes
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor.
pressed at
11th and O.
ELITE
1329 "O" 8treet.
ELITE II
1330 "O" 8treet
LATEST AND BE8T
Moving Pictures
IN THE CJTY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMI88ION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
The cinss In International law was
dismissed yesteVday morning without
a recitation.
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Swellest shoes you ovor saw; big
discount. Sanderson's sale.
I next semestor wilPbb required, to bo
lect thoir class division and laboratory
periods during registration week.
Tho. contract has Just beon lot for
four additional herbarium cased to be
put In placo In tho university nor-
barium within the next two months.
Three new pledgos have beon mado
by Alpha Omlcron PI. Thoy are Miss
Grace Cannon, Missouri Valloy, la.;
Miss Annbell Good, Wnhoo; Lois Nob-
bit, Tokamah.
Special convocation will ho hold Fri
day night at 5 o'clock In tho Tomple.
Professor Tombo, Jr., of Columbia uni
versity, will dolivor his well known
lecturo on "Pnrslval."
O. W. Meier, '98, has boon elected
commander of the United Spanish
War Veterans. During tho lato war
with Spain Mr. Meier served in the
Philippines with tho First Nebraska.
Sem. Bot. moots tonight in the bot
any lecturo room. Professor Phillips
will present the results of a number
of years of work on "Bird Dissomlna
tlon of Juniper Seeds." Tho mooting
commences at 8:00 o'clock and all are
welcome,
Lieutenant Shnllonbergor of the
Sixteenth Infantry, a former univer
sity student and member of Phi
Gamma Delta, returned to Fort Crook
Saturday. Ho and throe other officers
wore present at tho Inaugural of his
father as governor last week.
? n Throughout school daya,. colled
days business or professional career
the Coqklln Ppn will serve you faithfully and tafcW
writing a pleasure. You don't have to coax It or
fuM with it to' get It to write. Because of Its won
derful feed .principle, ink responds Instantly at the
TheColUg flrut'stroke and malntalns,an even steady flow to
aundar xn last aoi, uvnotner grea.c advantage ot owning a
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yor Haver vrHttoat ink; No matter -where you way '
be In your room, lecture hall, (at the post officf t teiegraph
office or hotel, or oa the tndn kll'yoii have to do whea
your Conklin Pan begins to rua dry la to dip It'in any Ink
well, press the Crescent-Filler and your pea laeUatly f Ilia
Itself and Is ready to write ; The same 'simple movemeat
also cleans it. No mttssy dropper no spilling of Ink no
Interruption to your train of thought. Handsome catalog
direct from the manufacturers, The Conklin Pea' Ce., 31'
Manhattan Bldg., Toledo, .Ohio, on request
SOLD IN LINCOLN BY
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February 5, 1909
Lincoln Hotel Annex
Junior Prom
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Waifs Orchestra TickeU $3.00i
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Bat at John Wright's,
Eleventh.
114 South
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
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Come In and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
U30 o St.
Lincoln
TYPEWRITERS
All -makes ronUd with atan4
$3 Per Month.
Bargains U Rebuilt Maohlnw.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANU
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THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
,y,.M YTeloomes all BtaOente.
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UNI SMOKE HOUSE
1182 O Street
The -Student -Debating club will
meet Saturday ovenlng In the Temple
at 7:30 o'clock. .
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Big lot men's $5 shoes, $u.7r. San
derson's discount sale.
Earl Hill, Law '07, Is located at
Central City, where he is engaged In
the practice of law.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 Sq, Thir
teenth. The free concort by the cadet band
will begin at 8:15 o'clock tomorrow
evening in the auditorium of tho Temple.
Manager Waters of the senior has
ket-ball team has resigned on account
of a sprained ankle. He Injured It for
the second time during basket-ball
practice this week. In one of tho
class games, he was roughly tackled
and his ankle was so badly sprained
that he was compelled to use a crutch
for about two weeks.
Work on the Blue Print, tho senior
Engineering book, Is progressing nice
ly and the annual will Boon be ready
for the printer. The articles are com
ing in early this year, and the book
promises to be above the standard.
Today In convocation Miss Helen
Gregory of New York City, who has
been engaged in settlement work
there for some time, will dellvor an
addross upon "Settlement Work In
New York City." Miss Gregory Is a
former graduate of the university.
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The Sigma XI fraternity will hold a
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continued because of unfavorable of Men's Hats and Furnishings. X
weather. Remember this Is not a Manhattan shirts go with the rest,
sale of odds and ends, but Includes ONLY THREE MORE DAY8.
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THE EVANS
Do Your Washing
CENTMLN1TI0KM.IMK
12th and O Streats
P. L. J3ALL, Frealdeat
P. B. JOHNSON, Vice-PresIdMit
B&MAN O. FOX, Cashier
W, "W HACKNEY Jr., Aatt Oaahiar
Why not take your' bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh. an6VP streets?
S. P. Mutz, Ui" '11, IB acting aB
one of the clerks In the house of rep
resentatives' during the present ses
sion. "
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Sandersrin'adlscount sale nil this
week.
Hai'ry MoKIUIn, Law .'OS,-' will tako
up tho practice oT law at Seward. Ho
was county attorney of Seward ' for
two terms.
The German club will meet this
evening" with Miss" Marie "-Von Goetz
at the Woman's building, corner of
Twelfth and Q Btreets,
Roy Wlnshin, Law '07,' is located
with the firm of Cark & Miller In tho
Free Press building-at the corner of
Thirteenth and N streets,
Sophomore bnsket-ball practice was
started yesterday. The practice hour
la from 2 to 3 on Wednesdays and
from 1:510 to 2: 30 on" Saturdays.
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r Captain nnd Mrs, John G, Worklzer
vlll act as chaperonea at the Non
Com. hop which will be given In Fra
ternity hall on Friday evening.
Students who register for Botany 2
meoting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
In the Zoology lecture room in Ne
braska hall. The meeting Is to com
memorate the hundredth anniversary
of the birth of Darwin. By a curious,
coincidence this year Is also tl0
fiftieth arriversary of the publication
of his book "Origin of Snecles." The
program for the evening is as follows:
"The Life and Works of Darwin,"
Dean Ward; "The Inheritance of Color
In Plants and. Animals." Professor!
Emerson.
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Roused from his peaceful slumbers
by the opening of a screen of an en
closed back porch, Edward M. Rut
ledge frightened a would-be-robber
away before ho had time to make a
tour of the homo. Rutledge lives at
2344 Dudley street. About 1 o'clock
the door of the porch was opened and
Rutledge was awakened by the racket.
Seizing his "artillery" ho called fon
the burglar to ' stop but the latter
turned and fled. That he was not a
new one at tho game, Is plain, since
he kept well In the shadow until fairly
but of sight.
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While attempting to stop two uni
versity girls yesterday, George Bishop
became" engaged in a quarrel ylth .n
by-stander, which finally resulted in a
free-for-all. Bishop was taken In tow
by the police and Important develop
ments yesterday lead the officers to
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