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THE DAILY? NEBRASKAN
' WED. MAT. A NIGHT) MARCtf 3
NtfMan Mttktitjn "CIlSIMltll"
Mat $1.00 to 25c. Night $10 td 25c.
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thur&day Night, ma&ch 4
E. H. Sithirn
IN LORD DUNREARY
W cleanings W
FR1., 8AT AND SAT. MATIN EEk
The Playful Players
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The Eminent Swedish Artist
The Envy of all Woman Kind
PORTER J WHITE
'And 'His- Company Appearing in
MARZELLO ; ,
The Most Original Act of Its Kind
WILLS and RAN8LEY
A Singer and a Pair of Dancers
Mat. Daily 2:15 (except 'Monday)
Prices 15c and 25c
Every Night at 8:15 Prices 15c,
25c, 35c and 50c
"An American .Citizen,"
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
WEEK STARTING .MARCH 1st
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
The Thtee oi Us
Best Seats 25c
Every Night at 8:30
Matinee Wed. and Sat. 2:30
Next week "Alice of Old Vin-
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
JN THE WEST
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
ROTATION FOOL , , 7 .
ROTT LF. POOL Z l'2 cta P"
POKER POOL 1 , cv ,
PIGEON POOL I 3 cues ,0 c,s
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent In the Place,
O R e H ESTRA
for Concert, or Dances
G. F. Thornburg,
Ralph J. Reld, -
-c - Director
- - - Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. J7tfa. " Auto 5877.
VV if Successor to Pitts '
Social Evening - - - Friday
Advanced Class - Saturday Eve.
Class Evenings '- Msoday & Wednesday j
Private Leiaoni Given
1124 N STREET
C. H. Proy, liorlst, 1133 O St.
,'.'An American Citlzon'' tonight.
Beclcman Bros., flno shoes. 1107 O
Delta Upsilon woro hosts at a houso
party Friday night.
Camoronfs Lunch nnuntm- iofi an
E. R. Levin spont Sunday at his
uume ui wanoo, NOD.
Chapin Bros'., florists, 127 So. Thir
E. H. Jorgenson, 1910, spent Sun
day and Monday in Omaha.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
The Kappa Psl entertained at the
chapter houso Saturday evening.
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Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
William Nye of Kearney visited at
the Delta Upsilon houso on Sunday.
' Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Chargos
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Peter Duer of Hastings, Neb., spent
Sunday at the Phi Delta Thota house.
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Tickets reserved all day today at
the Temple for "An American Citi
zen." George H. Heinko, law 1908, was a
visitor in tho college of- law Satur
day. Miss Bertha Ronoh. oy.1Q11 vlait,i
at tho Delta Delta Delta house on
L. D. BUrdiCG. 1911. RllPnf Rnttir.
day and Sunday at his home in Her
Miss Shlrloy Casstetar of Blair
visited at the Delta Gamma houso
Tickets reserved at the Temple all
day today. Don'.t forget. "An Amer
Harry Minor, 1911, Delta Upsilon,
has returned from a short visit at
It's worth your monev and Mm a Tf
you don't believe it. ask me. Tnniirht
at Temple, 25c.
- Bettor than tho Majestic. Costs
only half as much. An American Citi
zen, tonight. Come.
Tho annual datico or tho Alpha Phi
sorority was held Saturday night at
tho Lincoln hotel. Many of tho alum
ni mombers were in tho city to attend
Tonight during drill hour cadot com
panies B. B and C had their pictures
taken for tho Cornhuskor. Tomorrow
night companies D and I will havo
tholr pictures takon.
Remarkable -Think of being ablo
to purchaso a flno 14-kt. solid gold
fountain pon for 90c;' regular prlco
$2.00. You can do so today at tho
University Book Store
Tho caso of Green vs. Mutz, Which
hns been ponding for sdmo time in tho
nractlco courts, was docldnri lnnfc Rnf.
urday in tho district court. Groen
recovered $10 and costs.
Professor Barber, of tho Latin de
partment, roturncd Saturday morn
ing from his trip to Now Orleans, La.
whero ho attended tho convention of
tho Classical Association. , ,
Mr. Most, who has boon delivering a
Borles of lectures before tho Forst
Club, has loft tho city. Ho will re
turn In about two weeks to comploto
his lectures on treo planting.
Of Interests Tho roport thnt tho
Unl. Book Store is offering all foun-i
tain pens nt one-half regular values:
has boon verified. Salo begins to
day and lasts threo days only I
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority hold
their annual party at tho Lincoln ho
tel Frldny evening. Many alumni
returned to tho city for this ovont.-
About flfty-Hvo couples wcro prosont.
Important: That famous $1.50 Im
ported Dwarf Ink Poncll may bo pur
chased today at Unl. Book Storo for
auc. n writes as smoothly as n foun
tain pon, and Is guaranteed non-leak-able.
Tho Palladian nnd tho Union soci
otlos debated- tho parcols poBt quos
tion on Friday night in tho Palladian
hall. A largo crowd heard tho debate
which resulted in a victory for tho
Help Wanted One .thousand .Htu.
dents to carry away our $3.00 foun
tain pens ut $1.50. Fully warranted.
All pons at one-half regular prices for
three days only. University Book
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Several law students hnvo an?
nounced tholr Intentions to tryoutB
ifor tho oratorical contest. This con
test Is to be held some time in tho
near future under the auspices of tho
All mombers of tho junior football
team are requested to meet at Town
send's Thursday, March 4, at 1 p. m.
A second plcturo is to be taken, as
tho first one was spoiled. O. Bent
Wlllard Mills, 1909, left last even
ing for a California trip and may do-
New Spring Hats, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear $
FULK, -:- -:- 1325 O I
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Ralph Wood of Omaha, 1912; R. W.
Van'Sant of South Omaha, 1912,.havo
pledged Phi Gamma Delta.
Spoonsl Spoons! '"Where? 340 No.
11th St. Watch our -window. 'Simona!
ITho UniVorslty Book Store.,
Patronize homo Industry and pass
up tho Majestic, An ''American Citi
zen" tonight' at the Temple. 25c. ,.
W. T. Wplvington, 1911,. of Chad
ron, Neb., is sick at the detention
Hospital, with a case of smallpox.
Have you seen the new nlnctrln
Oxfords?. Sanderson's have the. swell-
est ones you ever saw. Drop in and
see them. &
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C, w A, Clark,.., 1'90'8, . a member pf
Delta Upsilon fraternity,, vjsited for
the past few, days at the chapter
house. " ' . ,".'
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Prof. A. J, Wiokland, of. the Green
wj)qd high schop, and. a party of
twenty-five stu'de"nts "visited the unl.
Tho Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held
initiation Saturday nlirht at tho rhnn.
ter house, when seven' now mo'riibers
were initiated. '
William A. Doubt. 1911. hna hon
impaneled on, the jury for the iMarch
term of thp dlstrict.'court. The ses
sion "will probably last about three
cldo to locate on tho Pacific coast.
Mr. Mills ilnishod his course last so
mestei; and will recolvp tho B. Sc.
degree- in June.
Read carefully all items in today's
Nobraskan and learn how you can
get a fountain pen at one-half reg
ula"r prico today! Bargain offer: $6.00
warranted 14-kt. gold pons at $2.50.
See them at Unl. Book Storo,
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For tho past week several of tho
university theme readors havo been-
worKing on tuo Lincoln essaysll sent
in to compete for tho Nebraska State
Journal prizes. It will' take about ono
more' week to complete tho work,
M. S. Blnnoy, ox-1911, is "acting as
advance agent for tho "Limited Ly
ceum Bureau." Mr. Blnnoy will spend
this week in southern Nebraska and
noxt Week ho will go to Oklahoma
to arrango dates for lecture courses
thoro. v ,
Thn Infor-olnflH hnnlrnt.hnll ttamoa
Lhavo been very oxcltlng and" they are'
aesorving oi a largo patronage. There
seems- to bo very Httlo enthusiasm
manifested at lnter-class basket-ball
games, This condition should be
Changed. Turn out and give your
class' team your support.
Today opens tho fountain pen sale
at University Book Storo. Never be
fore havo such bargains been "offered
to tho student body. A fully war
ranted 14. -kt. solid cold nen. worth
$2.00, today only 90c; $3.00 values at
?i.du, iJ.ou gom nana pons at $1.75,
$6.00 solid atoning silver pona at
$3.00 and other $6.00 values at $3.00,
Sale lasts threo "days only!
Make No Mistake
SOCIETY BRAND Clothes for
young men are in a class all by
themselves, the new ones ' arq here
let us show, you now. Only one or
two of any one kind.
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