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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1909)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ing-at tho Lincoln hotol. Saturday
ovoning "the niembora ,or tho fraternity
will hold their annual banquet at (ho
Lincoln, , ,,..,,,
'Itogiijar BoauttOB- Sandorson'a $3.R0
and $4.00 Spoclnl Oxfords. All tho
now styles. v ) 2t
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Tho endot battalion hold dross pa
rade Thursday ovoning for tho second
tlmo .tills semester, A now foaturo
has been added to tho drill work.
This Is the taking of tho reportB of
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8AT, MAT A .NIGHT. MARCH 20
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Mat 25 & 10c. EVe 50, 35 & 25c.
MON., TUES., WED. & WED. MAT.,
IN THE 8HEPHERD LINE
THE HOLY CITY
BYER8 AND HERMANN
In "Tho Clown's Dream"
Max Witt's Four
In "Going It Blind"
JAME8 AND PRIOR
In "Capital Barnacle's Courtship."
EARNIE AND MILDRED P0TT8
glng, Dancing, Bag Punching.
INNE88 AND RYAN
Vaudeville's Classy Entertainers
HAYNES AND WYNNE
Mats. Dally Except Mon 15 & 25c.
Every Night 8:1515, 25, 35 & 50c,
Newest Colors .Tust in
I5c, 2 PAIRS 25c
Ntwisl Shirts, 50c to $2.60
Young's Hats $3
Everything Nw Excipt tht
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
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WEEK OF MARCH 15
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
With Wed. and Sat. Matinees
Prices Always the Same 15 & 25c.
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTI8ER81
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool,Cigars,
Tobacco, Fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c rcr Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
ROTATION POOL 7 . 1 r. Wf
ROTTLF POOL J l l'z c,s pcr
POKER POOL i , .
PIGEON POOL I 3 cucs iQ cts
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Prollt Sharing Coupons Given "With
Every 5c Spent in the Place,
for Concert or Dances
- - - Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction givenat
Studio, 416 So, J7th. Auto 5877.
G. F. Thornburg,
Kalpn J. Keld,
ID AN C IN G
Successor to Pitta
Social Evening - - - Friday
Advance Glass - Monday Eve,
.Class Evenings - Wad. k Sat.
Private Let ions Given
1124 N STREET
$5.00 for $1.00.
C. H. Frey, florist. 1133 O St.
Would you tuke $5.00 for $1.00?
Have Ltulwlg make that Easter suit.
H. R. Aukeny, 1911, has withdrawn
from tho university for the remainder
of this year.
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Who is the student's tailor? Lud
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Phi Delta Theta fraternity will give
a house party Saturday evening at tho
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Ludwlg's Suits have that distinctive
The members of the unlvorslty ca
det bnnd hnd their pictures taken last
evening for the Cornhuslcer.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Mr. Rudolph Chab, a Bohemian
farmer living nenr Wllber, Nob., re
cently unearthed tho teeth of a mam
moth, which he has presented to tln.
Seo Hereford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
The Cornhusker management has
taken advantage of tho fine weather
this week and has had tho picture's
Green, Tnn, Brbwn, Smoke and all
(ho other now colors In Oxfords at
Mr. L. Calm, a crytallographor and
mineralogist living In Now York City,
haB been the guest of tho dopnrtpiont
of geology for several dayB. Mr. Cohn
brought sovoral vnluablo crystals to
Loam tho barn danco, Lincoln
Dancing Acadomy, 1132 N. .Seloct
school. Call Auto 4477.
PrnfnBBor f'hat.hnrn of tho cniriwtoi-
ing department hna written a napir
respecting concrete mado of Nebras
ka material. Tho paper was wrltt-m
through the lntorosts of the Nobrnska
Neljrasknn subscribers, now or old,
can get ten of the best magazinoB In
tho country for $1.00. See page 2.
Miss Mnlsel Van Andel, 1909, on
tortalned tho Black Masquo, the sen
ior girls' BQcioty, last night at n
whist party, Miss Van Andel's en
gagement to Mr. Arthur Barth of Bill
ings, Mont., was announced. Tho
wedding is to take place March .11.
Boys, have you seen tho now $.1.50
and $4.00 Oxfords at Sanderson's?
They are just tho thing you want. 2t
Tho CornlniBkor calendar committee
will moot In tho Cornhusker ofllco Fri
day, March 19, at 1:30 p. m. Mom
hers : Miss Nlolson, Miss Tlmmor
man, O. T. Barret, J. M. Aloxandor
and W. M. Byerts.
F. A. Crltos, Chairman.
If you want to delight your oyeB
and make your feet hungry take a
poop at Sanderson's Spring Windows,
1229 O. 2t
The Students' Debating club will
meet Saturday evening, March 20, in
U 106 'at 7:30 p. m. A program of
unusual interest hns been prepared.
It is an oratorical program and Is
composed of eight ten-minute Bpeech-
cb by prominent members of the club.
That Pen troublo will bo rolloved
If you purchase a $2.50 Swan for $2.50
or a $6.00 Swan for $G.50. Where?
At the Co-op.
The Senate has not adjourned to at
tend tho Swan Pen solo at tho Co-op.,
but wo arc still Belling $2.50 Pens
for $2.50 and $6.00 Pens for $6.00.
The spelling is unusual, but so are the goods. The newest q
Spring Hat Pins, Belt Pins, Shirt Waist 8ets, La- Vallleres, B
Neck Chains, Collar Pins are always to be found at this store.
Prices 25c to $8.00. Our guarantee with each purchase.
Est. -1871. HALLETT, Registered Optometrist, 1143 O
of cadet companies D, C and B- taken
for the 1909 Cornhusker.
Get your lunch at the city Y. M. C.
A. Spa. 13th & P. f
At a meeting of the faculty of the
college, of literature, science and tho
arts, the regulations recently passed
by the university senate were adopted
with only few minor ohanges.
Famous millinery, opening today.
Corner Q and 13th.
The regular Friday convocation wllj
be held this evening at 5 p. m. at
the, Temple. Dr. H, H. Walle will
speak on "How May ' the Spread of
Infectious Diseases bo Prevented?"
New spring styles in footwear now
on display. BockmaniBros., 1107 O St.
;Mls8 Hayden of the art department
lectured in David City, Neb., Wednes
day evening, March 17, before the'
"Once a Week Literary Society." Tho
subject of her lecture was "Spain."
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
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Ray E. Miller, 1903, of AahlaudJ
,Neb., wa& a campua visitor a few
days during the past week. Mr. Miller
is traveling in the Interest of thq
Nebraska corn growers' association.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist; Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Phi Kappa Psl fraternity will hold
tneir annual xormaii nriy , mis tvon
Courteous Treatment Always and you
Are Not Urged to Have Some
thing You do Not Wish
The Pioneer Barber Shop
tO- So. J Jtfa St. Auto 437 Shaving )0c
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes nil Btudonts.
Bo iiirc . and Silver Letter
B PIMhS Inlaid Work a
B I II LJ Specialty.
1102 O Stroet
All makes- rented xlth stand '
$3 Per Month.
Bargains in Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
AUto 115&-Bell 1 18L 123 No. 11th
Do Your Washing
Here's good news -we've got some
"extra finers" in Men's Spring Suits
that we re selling for
$15 to $25
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that will put it all over any $40
merchant tailor production you
See the Window Display
speier & SIMON
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
NORTHEAST CORNER I0TH & 0 StS.
THE MANHATTAN CLEANERS AND PYffP
Have your clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Itorialrod 'by -the MAN."
HATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERS Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1?25.
That is not much when compared with what it is worth to you to look
neat and stylish. Cal Bell Phone F 918, Wo' will send for and return
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Mr. E. C. MERCER New York
COLLEGE GRADS OK THE BOWERY
Friday; 7:30 I M. Temple fljh. $tttro$ -
All Urii Men invited .
xM MOTH BALL BOX .Tfr ''
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' For Furs, Men's or ACA
Women's Suits vU
Good, clothes on cfieap hangers the cause of raining many
garments. Have yoti not found it in aptual experience after
hanging your fine suit on a badly shaped 'hanger, rough at
edges, poorly finished, destroying the outer and inner parts of
your tfothes, and help destroy the shape, forming1 wrinkles in
coat collar, shoulders and sleeves?
Moth Proof Garment Hanger will'protect your clothes from
! the ravages of insects and help keep them in best possible shape.
Can be used' by either ladies or gentlemen, For ladies it has
.adjustable fasteners to hold any size skirt just, right; for men it
has the bar to hang the pants over. The moth ball box in cen
ter holds a dozen moth balls without touching the garment.
Box of moth balls included.
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On Sale at Fur Department
Millet S Painei
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