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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Jas. J. Corbett-
"FACING THE MUSIC"
HILDA THOMA8 IN
FRI., SAT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 29-30
Mr. Tim Murphy
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 0 St.
Don't forgot the basket-ball Inform
al Saturday night.
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Week Com. Monday Night, Jan. 18:
The Great White Mystery
POTT8 BROS. &. CO.
In "His Honeymoon."
The American Girl
The Musical Barbers
Portraits From the Hall of Fame
EDDIE G. ROSS
The Versatile Singer
Vla8cope. Majestic Orchestra.
Mat. Daily Except Mon. 15c & 25c
Every Night, 8:15 15c, 25c & 50c
Have your clothes
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor.
11th and O.
Drake met Ames lawt night at Amos
in a clmmplonship game of basket
ball. The results are not known.
Bceknian Bros., fine shoes.
Reserved seats for the Drake basket-hall
game are now on sale at the
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
"THE TALK O' THE TOWN"
For the Week Starting Jan. 18
August Thomas' Greatest Play
"THE OTHER GIRL"
Presented by the
FULTON STOCK CO.
Every Night. Mat. Wed. and Sat.
15c and 25c.
Mail Orders or 'Phone Auto. 2398
Week of January 25th
"THE LOST TRAIL"
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THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
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UNI SMOKE HOUSE
1182 O Btrot
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 O St.
Members of the University Glee
club liave promised to sing at the
Dinke basket-ball game. A basket-ball
Informal will be given after the game.
The senior football team, the class
champions for 1909, will have their
picture tnken Loaay at the Townsend
studio for the Cornhusker. The team
includes 22 members.
Lincoln Dancing Academy, 1132 N
street. University students especially
Invited. Select social nights, Monday
and Friday. lieglnncrs, Wednesdays
and Saturdays. For private lessons
call Auto 1177.
The Palladlan Literary society will
give a music il program tnls evening.
Miss Helen Gregory will talk on "Thy
Central- Value or Music." Visitors are
Invited to attend. Program begins at
Tho Llmloll cafe 1b making an In
novation in their Sunday evening sup
pers In tho way of a special menu
prepared by one of Chicago's famous
chefs. Music 18 rurnisnou oy a iour
pleco orchestra. Tho management Is
catorlng especially to university stu
dents. Woik on the play of the German
club is progressing nicely and the play
will soon be ready for presentation t'J
the public The play Ik In the acts
llehearsal are held three times '
A meeting .of the faculty of the
medical college, in connection with a
committee from Union, college and the
university senate was held together
yesterday for the purpose of arrang
The semester election of tTie Y. W.
C. A. will be held today at tho associ
ation rooms. All members of the asso
ciation aro eligible to vote. A pre3i-
Do Your Washing
The Other 8lde.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 20. To the Edi
tor of The Dally Nobraskan: Sovoral
articles have been published In your
paper In tho last few days with re
gard to tho proposod Junior socloty
With a practical unanimity thoy sn
that tho object or the organization
will be tho' promotion of clnBS spirit
and of the class Interests. One writer
says that such a society would have
aided in socurlng the football eham
plonshlp for the class If It had been
organized. Many other benefits "f a
similar "nature nre to accrue to the
class from Its organization. Just how
much basis is to be round for them
A good examplo or now sucn a so
ciety, works Is to be round In looking
at the Innocents. In the memory of
the writer no attempt has ever been
made by this society to direct or assist
in the affairs of the senior class. Tho
lead in class as well as university
affairs Is frequently taken ny us
members, but this Is not an action of
the society. Why does such action
not take place? Simply because there
Is a class organization of the class as
a whole which obviates all necessity
of such Interference. Tho work or
the class is very properly left to su'h
committees as are appointed by th"
dulj constituted ofllcers or the class,
and the futility of attempting to rah"
class spirit by a small organization
where a large one has failed must be
Another objection to the Junior so
clety lies In the Tact that in all prob
ability Ihe men In the class who an
best lilted to organize and lead qlaBS
spirit will not all be chosen; where
as, If there be no permanent organiza
tion, the men who really take an In
tel est In such affairs will get together
and boost. The present, successful
administration ol the senior clash Is
due not to any work or the Innocen's
society, but to the appointment by
President Mauson or men who, al
though in many cases opposed id his
election, had the Interests or the cIphs
at heart and gave freely of their llni"
and energj to turther them.
Lastly, aside from Its proposed
class function the new society would
undoubtedly attempt to Interfoio In
the affairs ol the school as a w.'iolo.
Or cMirse, this is tho proper H'-'ld for
such a society, for there Is no organi
zation or the school aB a wholo and
Its work must be carried on by biicIi
an organization. Yet I do not t'llnk
an proposer or this Junior soclec)
would attempt to interfere with the
work the Innocents have carried on
so successfully In tho past and it 13
The Skirt Store
m Nt. nth st.
Lincoln's Fashion Center
All Women's Coats at less than One-Half Price.
Ladies New Tailored Suits at a great sacrifice.
p 40 Suits, regular $19 values, for $12.48.
$ 50 New Advance Spring Styles in the new Hip-
8 less Effect, regular $35 Suits on sale for $19.48.
g 200 Skirts all in the new advance spring styles,
ft trimmed in buttons and satin, regular $6 and $7 val-
jj ues, choice for $4.95.
6 200 High Grade Skirts in the very latest grade
of Chiffon, Panamas and Worsteds, regular $12.50
$ and $15 values, choice for $9.48.
150 Skirts, regular $4 and $5 values, only $2.50. j
500 Petticoats at a reduction of 25 per cent.
Shirt Waists at a discount of 33 1-3 per cent.
300 Skirts made in the new models, trimmed $
with Buttons, regular $7 values for
121 No. Ilth St.
The Skirt Store
II maken rented with BUn
$3 Per Month.
Bargains la Rabnllt Maohlnte.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 110fr-Bll 1181. 122 No. 11th
ond semester Professor Lees will
again conduct a class through "A Trip
to Greece." Tho Itinerary will follow
the routes pursued by him during two
tours of Greece taken In former years.
The aim of the coarse will ho to pre
sent clearly to tho studont tho nppoar
ance of Greece as It Is today; Us
topography, architecture, thoators,
temples, etc., explained by lectures
and Illustrated by lantern views. One
hour attendance. One hour credit.
Tuesdays at II p. m.
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dent, vice-president, secretary
treasurer aie to bo elected.
Cash must accompany all order for
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thoreof for the first inner
tlon; three insertions 25 cents; five
Jnsortlons 40 cents.
'Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount. See
Nehrasltan manager. QSdh-tf
LOST In library or on campus,
pair of- mittens and Yalo key. Return
to Nobraskan offlqe. , lt-76-40
Nearly seven hundred students have
lecelved numhor.j for registration, and
two more days will remain for num
bers to bo sebured. Registration be
gins at 9 o'clock Monday, January 25,
and lasts until January 30.
Professor Grovo Harbor delivered
an address Wednesday evening before
the engineering students, the subject
of his talk bohM "Roman Walls." A
largo number attended the. lecture
which wbb highly Interesting and in
structive. Mrs. Raymond is making oxtensivo
preparations fpr extending tho choruB
work next semester. Practice will bo
held at 5 o'clock on Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday. StudentB who
desire to take part in this chorus will
he excused from drill.
The annual piuty of tho Chi Omega
sorority will be held tomorrow night
at tho Lincoln hotol. Walt's .orches
tra will furnish tho miiBlc, Alumni
of tho local chapter will be In attend
ance, making in nil about fifty couples
who are expected to attend tho party.
J. T. M. Plerson, who will' ho re
memberod as one of the most promis
ing freshmen on the football squad
last year, wait In tills city yesterday.
He hOB been the star kicker for Bell
vue the past Beason, hut will be In thlH
Institution jjgaln next fall. Ho is on,
his .way to Cody, Wyoming, where he
will work until the opening of school
to he doubted If the student i o'ould
sanction such Interference.
Its chief purposo seems to oe the
gathering in of a now moiety of school
honor to those who hope to be mem
bers, a purposo which If accomplished
must incan the lessening of honor
conferred by election to the Innoeiits,
the school socloty which rowards a
man for work done in tho Interests
of his school and class during his'
last three college years. For tUouc
reasons I dlsbellovo In a Junior so
ciety. S. P. D.
Course In Zoology.
The Department of Zoology offers a
beginners' course in Zoology tho sec
ond somester. This course, Zool. A.,
covors the samo ground as Zool. I and
II, a year's work in one somester.
Class meets dally 10 a. m., N. 210.
Five hours' credit.
GREEK COUR8E8 OFFERED.
Tho department of Greok history
and literature offers the following
courses open to all students during the
second, semester, 1908-09.
Greok in English This courso is
based primarily on tho study of Eng
lish vjords derived from tho Greek,
with special reforonco to modern liter
ary and scientific terms. It is Intend
ed primarily for those students who
desire to obtain, in one semester, a
fair knowledge of tho Greek elements
In our own language. The courso may
'also servo as a preparation for course
3. No previous knowledge of Greek
Is required. Five hours' attendance.
Five hours' credit. Dally at 2 p. m.
A Trip .to Greeccs During tho sec-
Earl Marvin, editor of the Beatrice
Dally Sun, was In Lincoln last night
visiting with his fraternity brothers ut
tho Delia Tan Delta house. Mr. Mar
vin graduated In 190G with high
scholarship honors. Ho was a mem
ber of the lnter-colleglate debating
teuniB for two years and Ivy day
A grand concorl and hall will bo
given In tho auditorium Fohruary 2
by tho M. P. V. An orchestra of fifty
pieces under tho direction of Carl
Steckelhorg will furnish music for tho
concert, whllo a twonly-llvo ploco or
ohestra will piny for tho danco. Man
ager Rurick of the auditorium has
promised to have tho dancing floor In
good condition. Tlckots will bo $1.00.
See Newell, Unland, Davis or Roid.
8UIT OR O'COAT
made to order
any stylo you wish
WORLD'8 LARGE8T TAILOR8
133 8. 13th St. M. IV). Crandall,-Mflr.
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS I
During our Final Clearing Sale at
About Half Price $
Prices that represent only a fraction of theirx
value. We' are determined to completely rid our?, 6
stock of every, broken line. x
$l 2.50 and $ 1 0.00 Suits, now . .$5.75 I
$20.00 and $18.00 Suits, now . $9.75 1
$25.00 and $22.50 Suits, now . $13. 75
$1 2.50 and$ii0,O'Coats, now, . $6.75
$18.00 and $'f 5 O'Coats, now . $9. 75
$22.50 and $20 O'Coats, now . $13. 75
$30.00 and $25 O'Coats, now. $15.75
Plenty of Patterns and Styles yet to select from
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