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JODAY, MAT 2:3P.. TONIGHT :1
Cowboy and The O'hicf .
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;Mat 25 & 10c. .Night 50, 35 & 25c.
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Scenic Production of Grand and
Comic .Opera In Minaturc.
MR. CHA8. SHARP,
Every Inch a 8oldler.
CROMWELL AND 8AM8E,
Eccentric Comedy Bar Artists.
8TUTZMAN AND MAY,
""The Soap Peddler."
MI83 DOROTHY DAYNE,
THE WAKAHAMA TROUPE,
Astonishing Japanese Acrobats.
Vlasc6pe. Majestic Orchestra.
Mat. Dally at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c.
Extra Mat. Washington's Birthday.
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Besf '8ea't8, 25c.
WEEK STARTING FEB. 22,
The Fulton Stock Co. Presents -
Drama In Four Acts by Augustus
Next Week: "The Three of Us."
EVERY NIGHT 8:30.
Matinees "Wed. and Sat. 2:30.
PATRONI. OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Cowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
fINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues (0 cts.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent in the Place.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
Ctet a Unl. Fob at thrf Co-op. GOc.
Mrs. J. L. Horzog will glvo a piano
recital at convoction this morning.
Bcclcman Bros., flno shoes. 1107 O
The Union and Palladlan Literary
societies will hold a joint dobato Fri
day niht In tho Union Hall.
Get that Unl. Fob thin week at tho
The members of tho freshman law
class had their plcturo taken this
morning for tho CornhuBkor.
Chapln Brps., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Prof. San ford of the Latin depart
ment, who has been seriously ill for
some timej is alowly recovering.
Good Unl. Fobs GOc. Where? The
D. O. Mitchell, 1910, umpired the
basket-ball game Tuesday night be
tween Cotner and Tarkio colleges.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Burr bloc. .isULt.
Tho Pershing Rifles meet tonight
at 7 o'clock. A short drill will bo
held after which several new mon will
Have you seen the Fobs In tho
Miss Stella Trumblc, 190&, a mem
ber of tho Kappa Alpha Thota soror
ity, is visiting at the chapter house
for a few days.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Tho annual banquet of Sigma Tau
will be hold Thusrday, March 4. Au
oxcollent menu and an unusually good
toast list will bo offered,
Dr. J. It. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
O RC H ESTRA
for Concert or Dances
G. F. "ThornbWg, - ? - Director
RalphJ.Rdd, ----- Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 4J6 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
P, A N C IN G
Successor to Pitts '
Social lining - - - Friday
Alviicel Glass -. Saturday En.
Class Emligs - Minriay k Wiiaislay
Private L on Given
1124 N STREET
spont, Saturday, nd Sunday witi hlB
eon, t). T. Robinson, 1912,' -who' is ,a
student in tho llloraturo, sclonco an1
Tho annual' party of tho Alflua
Phi Borority will bo hold noxt Satur
day night at tho Lincoln hotel. Many
alumni nro expected to bo in tho
city for tho paity.
Rov. Tindnll, fathor of R. B. Tlndall.
law 1011, visited tho property I class
yesterday morning. Rov. Tlndall la
presiding older of tho Norfolk district
of tho Methodist church.
C. C. Cottrol, a last year's engineer
ing Btudont, Is now tho residont ou
gineor for tho Chicago Oregon Con
struction company on tho Eaglo Valloy
railroad, at Baker City, Oregon.
Tho class in botany II ard studying
tho rust of grains this weok. Dr.
Bossey, in lecturing on this subject,
yestorday morning explalnod how thtB
fungus lives from year to year.
The boxing class, undor tho dlroc
tio of Col. Howltt ad Jack, Boat, '
progressing rapidly. Tho instructors
say that tho material this year In tho
boxing class, Is exceedingly good.
Tho faculty ladles of tho unlvorslty
will moot next Monday ovonlng, Feb
ruary 29. at tho now city Y. M. C.
A. building. Dinner will bo served 'at
0 o'clook. PlatOB will bo B0 cents.
Somo of the mombers of thojTroBli
man law class aro winning a bad
roputatlon for thomsolvos among tho
rest of tho students Of tho university,
by their constant nolso and misbe
havior. In March, Tom Longboat, tho groat
Marathon runner, will visit tho Kan
sas University and glvo tho jayhawkor
track team instruction in long dls
of theso two casj.es 'nave been roorgan-
The books in Prof. Webster's classes
In "Insurance" and "Business Organi
zation" have arrived. Tho members
of theso two classes have been- in
convenienced somewhat by tho fact
that tho books wore not hero.
Tho students who, from now, como
to classes in physical education not
wearing tho regulation gymnasium
suit, aro marked absont. Tills plan
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Thj) noonday meeting of the Y. W.
C. A. today will be a prayer service
for studonts in tho missionary field,
both abroad and at home.
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Miss Ada Graham, 1897, is assist
ing tho Latin department In taking
charge of somo of Prof. Sanford's
classes during his sickness.
New spring shoes, all the latest, up-to-date
styles now on display at
Rogers & Perkins, 129 O St lw
Tho mid-week meeting of tho Y. M
O. A. was hold 'last night. H. W.
Plasters was tho loader of tho meet
Ing. The subject being, "Grist from
'The classes' In Criminal law and
property I. were greatly honored .yes
terday morning "by being visited by
Judge " Cobby, compiler of Cobby'a
Tho department of geology has just
received 'from the Bausch-Lomb com
pany a shipment of laboratory appara
tus, of Valu6 in the work of tho de
partment. . , v
J. i O. Ro)lj?on of Waterloo, Feb,,
has led to several of tho men receiv
ing no credit for being present.
Mr. John Hitchman, E. E. 1898, has
dropped electrical and taken up civil
engineering. Ho is located at Cu'ata
lopam, Vova Cruz, Mexico. Tho com
pany who employs him owns several
short lines of railroad. Mr. Hitchman
has chargo of over one thousand men.
Work has been commenced Jn tho
physical education department for the
coming gymnasium exhibition which id
given annually by that department
Mr. Hooper ha3 been giving tho stu
dents somo vory fine ward drills, to
gether with some ohor ver interest
Georgo ftodges, former assistant In
tho department of grounds and build
ings, writes Nebraska friends that ho
Is finding his work with "tho Clove
land Crane and Engineering company
yory pleasant. Mr. Hedges is now ;it
work designing cranes. Ho is In
H. PWundei, ex-1910, who recently
left for Iowa City to take a law coureo
in tho Iowa State, University, has
changed his mind and has entered jtho
University of Wistonsln. Mr. Wun
dor was a prqmlont debater here, and
was also connected with other, student
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