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Today Mat. .2:30..' ..Tonight 8:15.
Mtadtw Iritk Farm
Night 50c, 35 & 25c. Mat 25, & 10c
MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 8
IN "THE WOMAN'8 HOUR
WED. MAT. & NIGHT, FEB. 10
SDK Gleanings, w
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"
Joe Whitehead & Flo Grlerson
Late Stars of "The Girl Question"
DE FAYE 8I8TER8
Pretty Mandolin and Banjo Players
MERRITT AND LOVE
Singing and Talking Comedians
Viascope Majestic Orchestra
Matinees Dally at 2:16 (except
Monday) 15 and 25c
Every Night at 8:15 Prices 15, 25,
35 and 50c.
C. H. Frey, llorlst. 1133 O St.
Randall Curtis, '12, haB been
pledged to' Alpha Thota Chi.
Beekman Bros., fine shoes. 1107 O
G. M. Wallace, '10. is visiting In
Omaha over Saturday and Sunday.
Chnpln BroB., llorlstB, 127 So. Thlr-
Mary B. Billing, "07, is a student in
the Moody Bible Institute at Chicago.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut dentist, 202
Miss Helen Wilson, '08, has been
appointed assistant in tho department
of English literature.
Swell Saullln $5.00 ShooB $3.75.
Mr. N. A. BenJltBon, instructor in
geography, is doing Held work near
Nebraska City today.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P atreetB.'
Every Night at 8:30
A Drama of Modern Times
MEN AND WOMEN
By David Belasco and Harry
De Mille, Presented by
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
Tho audience is respectfully re
quested to be seated by 8:25, as
the interest begins with the rals
ing of the curtain.
Matinees Wed. and Sat. 2:30
Best 8eat8 25c
Next Week "The Girl From
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Wnlr-mnMi all Btadanta.
V PIPES BF
II SMOKE HOUSE
1188 O HtrMt
L. J. HElRZOG
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THE UNIVERSITY MMT5N
Come In and get that $15.00
to your orocr
1230 O St.
The Junior caps have been received
at Armstrong's and, can bo obtained
by calling at the store.
Dr. J. It. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tho class in consular servlco will
meet Mondny at 1 p. in. In U. 303.
Prof. Edwin Maxey, instructor.
Have your clothos pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Charles-E. Temple, A. B. '06, will
take his examination for a master's
degree In botany at 10 a. m. today.
When in doubt, try a Daily Ne
braskan want ad. It pays to adver
tise. Tho hours in which the book store
will be open are from 10 to 12:30 and
1 to 3 instead of from 11 to 12:30 and
2 to 5 as last semester.
Daily Nebraska!! want ads bring re-
Harry Porter, 1123 O at., can supply
you with sppcial covors and paper for
civil, mechanical and eloctrical en
glneerlng.' Give us a tall. !
Supt.. C,. It. Wooks, '07, of tho Fair
mont schools, visited tho univorBlty,
Friday, on his way to Peru, where ho
has a profeBBorshlp in agrlculturo and
Paul Plorco, '10, who has boon out
of school for throo weeks owing to
serious illness is Hlowly recovering.
Ho will not bo nble to return to school
Supt. W. T. Stockdalo of Wlsnor has
registered for geography study In ab
sentla. Mr. Stockdalo iBa member
of tho oxocutlvo committee of tho
state teachers' association.
Tho registration for Hold geology G
Is largo this semester. Tho course
takes up practical studies which pro
paro tho BtudentB for work of the
United States geological survey.
$G to $7 Shoes $4.50. $5 to $6 Shoos
$3.75. $4 to $6 Shoos $3.45. $3.50 to
$4 Shoes $2.95. $3 to $3.50 Shoes
$2.45. $2.50 to $3 Shoes $1.05. All
swell up-to-date shoes. Sandorson's
Dr. C. B. Bossey has accqpted an In
vitation from Washington state col
logo to deliver a series of addrossos
covering two weeks In July at the
marine biological laboratory on Orcas
iBland, Puget Sound.
Do Your Washing
Tho clasB in Dendrology will make a
trip later in tho Boason to Nebraska
City, where they will Btudy tho flora
of Arbor Lodge, J. Storllng Morton's
place. A groat many different species
of forest trees aro found on tho
Regent Whltmore Is now seriously
111 with pnoumonla. Ho was sched
uled to make a talk this evening at
Hebron, Nob., In connection with tho
university oxtonslon work, and his
placo will bo taken by Mr. McBrlon of
All seniors who play baskot-ball aro
requested to appear at tho gymnasium
Saturday at 2:30 to try out for tho
class team. Tho regular practice hour
for the senior team will be from 4
to 5 Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 2:30 .Saturday.
Professors Maxey and Fogg wore
two of three judges in a high school
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I FVLK. -:- -:- 1325 O I
-All mnltes renUd with aUn4
, S3 Per Month.
Daigalui ' Rebuilt' MaofelBM.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITIR EXCHANII
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nnitn Trv one when yott
thing to sell.
During the past week Prof. Barn
bour has made several trips out over
the state Inspecting quarries for tho
Nebraska geological Biirvey.
If you have loBt your fountain pon,
advertise tho fact .in our want ad col
umn. It brings results. "
Mr. Mast, at tho head of the Govern
neren Forest"Re4erve at Holsey, will
be here late in tjie season to deliver
a BorleB of lectures, on tree planting.
Learn the barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing AcaUemy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
All candidates for tho senior basket-ball
team are requested to get out
at 2:30 Saturday, February 5. A prac
tice game will be played with the
I? you're Intent on saving money
come to our shoo sale. Special dlsT
count on all shoes. Fred Schmidt &
Bros., Opp. City Hall.
Carl P. Hartloy, '07, who recently
submitted a thesis for a master's do
groe, has entered tho government ser
vice In 'the -dopartlnont' of forest
pathology, w ....,-
have some-1 donate at wymore last evening, i uu
I debate was one of tho BerleB now be
ing held over tho state by the Ne
braska debating league, of which
ofessor Fogg is president.
A. WVBilllng, '05, Is now a mis
sionary Iri Foo Chau China, and has
recently written, to the registrar re
questing an alumnae directory In or
der that he may koeiKjn touch with,
other graduates. He, nblds an Im
portant position in the missionary
work In China.
. . ,
Some months ago the Pike Mfg. Co.
of Pike, N. H., contributed to the
Morrill collection of abrasives a set
of natural and artificial '-whetstones")
grindstones, scythe-stones, emery
wheels, oil slips, and pdllshlng pow
ders prepared by this firm. Recently
tholr representative visited tho unl-'
yerslty museum and was so well
pleased with tho collection of abras
ives that tho Pike Mfg. Co., at his
Instigation, sent additional material.
Oho of the most interesting singlo
pieces being a cut glass as ilnlshed
by enrbonrundem wheels.
All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and Twelfth Streeti
ARTHUR L. WHATHBRLY, Mlnlstor.
Sorvlc'o 10:30. Sunday School 12
All Studonta aro cordially Invited to attend Its sorvlcos.
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, Fob .7 Sormon subject: "A Living Church."
At 7:30: A mooting In Colobrntlon of tho contonnry of tho birth
of Abraham Lincoln. .
Tho speakers and subjocts will bo as follows: Govornor A. C.
Shnlloiibergcr, "Lincoln, the Politician;" Professor L. B. Aylesworth,
"Lincoln, tho Man;" Hov. Arthur L. Weathorly, "Tho Religion of Lin
coin." MriA. J. Sawyer will proBldo.
All Souls'" Chufch ls"i free" folTowBhlp Tor tho worBhlpof God and
tho servlco of Man. It Judges no man's character. It orocts no bar
riers of creed or dootrlno. Its pulpit is a froo pulpit comimtted tp
tho Boarch after Truth.
Tho approaching contonnry or tho birth -of Abraham Lincoln
offers an opportunity not only to honor his momory but bIbo to pro
claim again the value of tho IdealH for which ho stood. Lincoln was
tho great democrat. Ho bolloved In tho people His faith In them
was no loss than his faith In God,,' Bocauso of a doslro both honor
tho momory of Lincoln and to omphnstzo his tdoals All Soul's Church,
Unitarian, Corner of H and 12th St., will colobratc tho one hun
dredth annivorsary of his birth on Sundny ovonlng at 7:30. Gover
nor A. C. Shnllenborgor, Prof. L. B. Aylesworth, nnd Rov. Arthur L.
Weathorly will dollvor addroHHos.
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