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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 8 v
IN "THE WOMAN'S HOUR.
WED. MAT. & NIGHT, FEB. 10
Week Commencing Monday, .Feb. 1
DE HAVEN 8EXTETTE
With Sidney Gibson in musical play
GOLDWIN PATTON AND CO.
' In "Mr. Stranger''
E8PE, DUTTON AND E8PE
; Exhibition of Muscle and Skill
( Emerln Campbell & Aubrey Yates
In "200 Miles from Broadway"
i Joe Whitehead & Fib GrTersbn
Late Stars of "The Girl Question"
DE FAYE 8I8TER8
Pretty Mandolin and Banjo Players
MERRITT AND LOVE
Singing and Talking Comedians
Vlascopc Majestic Orchestra
Matinees Dally at 2:15 (except
" 'Monday) 15 and 25c
Every Night at 8:15 Prices 15, 25,
35 and 50c.
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Every Night at 8:30
A Drama qf Modern Times
j MEN. AND WOMEN
By David Beiasco anil Harry
De Mille, Presented by
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
1 The audience is respectfully re
quested to bo- seated by 8:25, as
, thd interest begins with the rais
, ing of tile curtain? J,
; Matinees Wed. and Sat. 2:30
Best Seats 25c
r " Next,Week-"The Girl From
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Student.
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Lawrence Gllaon, 1012, has beqn
pledgo'd Phi Delta Thetn. " J
Beckiuaii Bros., lino shoos. 1107 '.6
street. ' . ; ; $ V I , ,
Nino riiorcf Indies' voices are heeded
in the university chorus.
Swell Sauflln $5.00 Shoes $3.75.
Prank Hftll, 1911, of Omaha is visa
ing his Phi Delta, brothers.
Dr. J. R, Davis, doatiBt. Chargos
rdftBo'nable Over Batik of Commerce.
Paul Roen, 1912, of Columbus, hii
been pledged by Delta Tau Delta.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber'3 Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and 6.
R. A. Mote, a freshman engineering
student, is visiting friends in Kansas
When in doubt, try a Dally Ne
braskan want ad. It pays to advqr
tiso. A no.w clnas in Bohemian has been
started at the State Farm under Miss
If you have lost your fountain pen,
advertise the' fact-'in our want ad col
umn. It brings results.
Formal election of officers of the;
Y. W. C. A. will bo. held today, at the
noon meeting ..
Dally Nobraskan want ads bring re
sults. Try ono when you have some
thing to sell.
Miss Vibbard of the Y. W. C. A.
has gone to Peru to hold meetings for
a few days at the normal school.
Learn the barn dance, Lincoln'
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Miss., Spercks of Sutton, Nobr., who
was In school the first' semester last
year, has registered this semester.
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g attention to the repairing of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc., must
possess skill as well as merit. To what extent, we ask you to
gj judge by bringing your repairing to this store.
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Several prospective members of" the
freshman baseball teqm were seen
practicing on tho campus yesterday.
Miss Hedwlg Jaeggl, of the School
of Music, gave a .very successful
violin recital in Omaha last Week.
The World-Herald praised her very
If you're intent- on saving .money
come to our shoe sale. Special dis
count on all snoes. trea ucnmiut &
Bros., Opp. City Hall..
The clnsB ih Political-Economy 1 Is
so much larger than was expected
that little work can be done until
more books aVo secured. r
Harry Porter, ll23,0 st.1can supply
you with special covers and paper for
civil, mechanical and electrical 'en
gineering. Give us a call. ,
)' Wlllard P. Kimball, affiliated wlh
the management of "the 'School of
Music, is improving l-apidly. and will
bo at his duties in a fqw days.
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A. B. Cuscaden, a former state uni
versity student, has gone to Denver,
Wheio ho will engage, in newspaper
work. Ho Is a member of the Pni
Kappa Psl fraternity; ' .' "
August .Molzor, director of music pt
Wesloynn,' will give a concert in ttoe
music hall of the Tomplp on Saturday,
February 13. ' U will 'bo. given undeV
the nuBplccs of. the Konlonsky club.
J. W. Rodman, ox-1910, is teaching
a school hoar Pottor, Nebr. Mr. Rod
man also has been holding a Klnknld
homqstead near him school. Ho will
re-onor the university nekt sotneBtor.
The clnss In Physics 10, under Pro
fessor Tuckormnn, 1b working on the
celebrated fractional and actual er
rors. Profostfor Tuckorman omplrn
sizes this particular brand of Physics
$G to $7 Shoos $4.G0. $5 to $0 Shoes
$3.75. $4 to $5 Shoes $3.45. $3.50. to1
$4 Shoes $2.95. $3 to $3.50 Shoes
$2.45. $2.50 to $3 Shoes $1.95. All
swell up-t6-dato shoes. 'Sanderson's
The Chemistry club elected tho fol
lowing officers for this semostor last
Wednesday evening: Mr. G. R. Mc
Dole, presidont: Mr. S. A. Mahootl,
vice president; Mr. Percy B. Barker,
Herman Von Shrehck of St. Louis,
Mo., one of the foremost uuthoritloa
oh wpod preservation In tho country,
has been asked to glvo a series of
lectures boforo , tho forost students.
He will be here later in tho year.
In the engineering law class con
ducted by Professor Conant, there aro
about thirty men enrolled. This course
1b considered very valuable Tor tho
engineer, ds It teaches him how to
draw up contracts and make specifica
tions. Tho Forest club held its election. of
officers Tucsdny; night. J. C. Kctrldgo
was elected president and J. Hlgglns,
secretary and treasurer. The club Is
considering somo stunts for tho fu
Uire, among which a dance will be
Professor Sears has Informed hlH
class In civil engineering that the
work this yoar, instead of being tho
surveying of tho Stnte Fair grounds,
will bo surveying around the Salt
creek bottoms. Some of tho students
In this class have already bought high
top rubber bootb to wade around In
At a meeting of tho Engineering so
ciety hold Wednesday evening, a com-
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is at Your Service
oi s ousy me in. giving special
mittee was appointed to Investigate
the advisability of amending the by
laws so that officers might be elected
in the spring for tho following fall
term.. It. was also decided to have a
picture of the society taken for tho
Extended biographical, sketches, of
Dr. . E. Benjamin Andrews, Acting
Chancellor Avery and Judge M. B.
Reese, formerly-dean of the state uni
versity law school, have been prinle'd
In tho Sioux' City Journal; the Wash-
lngtoh Times and btheh eastern pa
pers. Theso Vere 'written by G. W.
Kline, member of4-tho class of 1900,
and now 'city editor of ttio Lincoln
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A second division of Rhetoric ., lu
has been opened by Professor Fogg
of the Rhetorio departnjenti This di
vision comprises somo of the fmeri
formerly In Rhetoric. 15 'and- some nbw
members, The 'first debate will be
given three weeks from last Wednes
day. As formerly, tho men are di
vided ,into squad's of fbur, each man
haying three '.debates during tho se
mester. "r '' " r '
The JntercluBs iIu committee inot;
Thufsday aftprnoon to' make a final
decision, on their choice of a univer
sity pin. Several falriy satisfactory
Advance 4A 1
Display in Our East Window
Wo now have In our Hat Department tho most comploto showing
of iho coming season's Hat Styles wo have over made bo oarly in
Tho Stetson factory has outdono ItHolf In tho mattpr of attractive
spring Bhndoa and nobby shapos. Wo arc showing, right now, oyory
now correct stylo they mako, and a little tlino spent looking them
ovor would bo intorosttng. $3.50 to $7.50.
From our Hawes factory como the same Identical shapos and
colors, chcapor in quality and prlccH. $3.00 and ?2.00.
Hawes $3.00 Derby is tho best mado at tho prlco! A now hat for
over' ono that proves unBntlBfnctory.
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