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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
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WED. MAT. A NIQHT, FI
llinihi Walsh '
In "THE TEST"
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"THE 8MART &ET"
' BLONDE TYPEWRITERS
With Arthur Conrad In a Musical
Comedy, "A Picnic For One"
Lillian Wright and Gordon Boys
Vocalists and Dancing Workers
M. Van Bergen Marlon Kresky
In "Where Hearts Beat True"
Fred Lewis and Martin Chapin
Comedy 8tnging, Dancing, Talking
English Music Hall Artist
Amusing and Amazing Gymnast
Extra Added Feature
"The American Beauties"
Viascope Majestic Orchestra
Mat. 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 A 25c
Night 8:16. Prices 15, 25, 35 A 50c
WEEK BEGINNING FEBRUARY 8
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
A BEAUTIFUL 8TORY OF
NEXT WEEK: "THE MAN ON
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes 11 Btudonto.
ninnr nod 8llvor Letter
V I K r InlaiaworK a
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UNI SMOKE HOUSE
111K O Street
J 1230 O St.
Do Your Washing
AH xnakcrt rental with stand
' $3 Per Month.
Bargains in. Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Autollttr-Boll l)8b 122 No. lth
Bcckmap "Bros., fine ahocB. 1107 O
L. D. Burdlc, 1811, of tforman, Nob.,
has pledged Phi Qamma Delta.
STANDS 14 IN LIST
NEBRASKA HOLDS' HIQH RANK
FEW WITH LARGER ATTENDANCE
L. J. HERZQG
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
A. M. Oberfoldor mado a business
trip to Omaha on Thursdays
Dr. J. R. Davis, deutlBt. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Prof. C. E. PcrBlngor left for Fair
field yesterday to deliver a lecture
on Abraham Lincoln.
COLUMBIA LEADS, WITH HAR
VARD CLOSE SECOND.
LBoth These Institution and Two
Others Have Over 6,000 Attending
This Year, With Nebraska
8howlng Over 3,000.
try a Dolly Ne
It pays to advor-
All university young mon and
women are Invited to attend the meet
ings of the Btato studfcnt volunteor
Dally NebraBkan want ads bring re
sults. Try one when you havo some
thing to sell.
Mrs. Raymono announces that the
chorus will not sing In chapel on
Tuesday as was expected, but will
Toungblut, dentist, 202
The freshman dobato commlttod
have set the evening of February 22d
as the time for the try-outs. They
also report a promising bunch of aspirants.
Nebraska Is fourteenth In Blzo of
the universities of the United StatoB.
Columbia leadn, having paBBod Hat
vard dprlng the past twelvo months.
Twenty-five of tho prominent Insti
tutions of tho country aro given bo
low. In this list Nebraska ranks
abend of Ohio, Missouri and Iowa.
Yale Is now twelfth In tho list of
twenty-five promlnont collo'gos horo
1. Columbia 6,675
New York Unlvoralty 3,961
12. Yale 3,460
13. SyracuBo ..'. 3,204
14. Nebraska 3,154
15. Northwestorn 3,133
16. Ohio 2,700
Prlncotqn ". . .1,314
Western Reborvo 1,016
Bros., Jlorlsts, 127 So. Thlr-
Mr. Sidney Sllber, head of the pi
ano department oi the scnooi 91 mu
sic, was called to Milwaukeo by tho
death of hlB brother-in-law. 'Ho will
return next Tuesday.'
Why not take your bath at Chris
bath house, .Eleventh and P streets?
W. H. Neldlinger, a noted . Amer
ican composer who appeared In a
recital of his own compositions
Thursday night In Lincoln waB an In-
24. Virginia 767
25. Johns Hopkins Q.98
The only changes since last year
are that Columbia has changed places
with Harvard. Pennsylvania has
paBsed Illinois, Wisconsin and Cali
fornia havo pat&ed Yale, and Kansas
has been outstripped by Indiana.
LIBRARY FUND NOW COMPLETE
Memorial to Chicago President Is at
Completion of tho fund for tho
Harpor Memorial library has beon an
nounced, together with tho inforraa-
See our window for all the new shades and shapes
in Soft and Stiff Spring Hats
FULK, -:- -:- 1325 O
terested caller at tho school of muBlo
If you have loBt your fountain pen,
ddvertise the fact In our want ad col
umn. It brings results'.
In" the Botany II classes yesterday
Dr.' Bessey gave a very interesting
sketch of Charles' Darwin". He has a
largo collection of Darwin's works.
One b6oK, "The Origin of Species,"
was sent to Dr. Bessey by Darwin
Learn the barn danqo,
Dancing Academy, 1132 N.
school. Call Auto 4477.
During tho visit of tho American
fleet at Sidney, Australia, a baseball
team from tho Nebraska Warship de
feated 'the team of tho Sidney uni
versity. If you want to buy or, sell drawing;
Instruments, Blldp , rules, or second
band text-books, try a Dally Nebras
kan want ad. They' will bring re
sults. After years of uncertainty It has at
last been sottled apparently forever
that tho 'women athletes at Colorado
university will not . bo permitted to
hold Intercollegiate baskot-ball games.
From now on the games will consist
of Inter-class and inter-sororlty
contests. " '
tlon that ground for the library will
be broken early In tho spring, and tho
corner-stone will be laid at tho June
According to tho figures given out,
John D. Rockefeller Is adding $600,000
to tho $214,000 made by others. Mpro
than 2,000 students, .faculty and
friends of ''the university are on tho
list of contributors, of whom- about
1,500 arp etudonts and former stu
dents, and 1G0 aro members of tho
Thus a sum of $910,000 will bo at
the, disposal of tho university In pro
viding for the library. Of this sum,
$600,000 will be used for construction
and equipment of tho building Itself,
and tho remaining $314,000 will bo
usqd for endowment fund.
When tho cornor-Btone Is laid at
tho spring convocation, Mr. George
Adams of Glasgow will deliver tho ad
dress. Immediately after tho laying
of tho corner-stone, work; will bo be
gun on the great building, which will
perpetuate tho memory of tho man
to whom the university really owos Us
In addition to serving asa library,
the executive otllces of the university
will bo removed from Haskell museum
to tho library. There .will also bo
several class rooms In 'the building
that Is calculated to do away with a
great, deal, of tho present congestion
and Inconvenience due to the location
of different libraries In different build
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ARTHUR Lr. WEATHERLY, MlnlBtor.
Services UnOO. Sunday School 12:00.
All Students aro cordially Invited to attend Ifs services
ALL REW8 ARE r;FEE " '
Sunday, February J4th, HrtX) a. m. Sermon Subject
Church as a Response to a Need' '
Social Ethics Class J2rJ5. Paul H. Grummann, Leader.
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Meeting in commemoration of Centenary of Chas. Darwin
A ctdress by Professor E. M. Wilcox,
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Fraternity Hail t
March Sth, 1909
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