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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1909)
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I THi HOLY CITY
. Prices 50, 35 A 25c. l
IFRf.JjSATASAT MAT;, MAR. 267
5 BUSTER BROWN
A Mid-Sumnir .Night's
Bllllo Burko Prosonta
DICK CR0LIU8 & CO.
Ono BoBt Act "Shorty"
THE J088ELIN TRIO
Sonsational Aorial Artists
INO. P. ROGER8, BEN N. DEELY
Harmony, Melody and Fun
PAUL LA CROIX
,., Eccontrio Hat Jugglor
THE ALPHA TROUPE
America's GroatoBt Entertainers
In "The Boy in Green"
Billy Morris and 8herwood Sisters
Southern Pastimes and Melodies
Mat?. 2:16 (except Mon.) 16 ft 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 60c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER81
Lincoln's Most Popular Play House
Week Starting' March 22.
T,HE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
The Cowboy and The Lady
A Western Comedy Drama
Every Night 8:30,. Wednesday and
Saturday Matinees 2:30
Best Seats 25c
Next Week the "Little Qrey Lady"
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
.934 P STREET
Bowling, Biiliards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WESf
BILLIARDS, 40c cer Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
dot l POOL
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Cbecks..Wlth Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons Give With
Every 5c Spent In the Place.
- for Concert or Dance.
G.-F. Thornburg, - - - -.Director
RalpbJ. Reld, '- r - - - Pianl-t
Violin sod Coroet Instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. J7tb. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Sielil Emlic - -' Friday
AriYiicN Class , - MtMUyEvi.
Class Eviiligs WN. &Sit,
Private Lesson Ghren
if D ired.
1124 N STREET
WITH MASTER RICE
ye41.00 to 25c. Mat-60 & 25c.
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The Acme Parlors
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; : y Cleanings W
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C. H. Froy, florist. 1133 O St.
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Chapln'BroB., florists, 127 So. Thir
Pershing nines drill tonight at 7:16
for tho gold modal.
t)r Chas. Toungblul, dentist, 202
The sonlor play caste for act II.
met Wednesday, March 24, in U 106.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Twelfth St.. '
Jack Best has recovered from his
rocent, fall in which ho sovoroly
sprained his hip.
8ee Hereford. Now OxfordB. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
The men who haVo beon taking
dally ; crosB-country rims did not go
out yosterday on account of the high
Get your lunch at the city Y. M. O.
A. Spa. 13th & P.
' S. A. .Erskino, 1911, Delta Tau Dolta
fraternity, has been sick for the naat
few days with a light attack of la
New spring styles in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
J. Livingston Richey, 1909, loft for
Colorado laBt evening. He was called
there by the serious illness of his
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's SuitorJum. Cor. 11th and O.
The members of tho Pershing RIAcb
did not have their picture taken as
expected, but it will bo taken this
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tho Palladian Literary society wilL
not meot next Friday evening as was
announced In yoBterday'a edition of
Learn the "barn dance, Lincoln
NEW BLUE BULL DOG and other Spring
Shapesjin Caps just in.
Dancing Academy, 1182 N.
school. Call Auto 4477.
Tho officers of the university cadet
battalion y met yesterday afternoon at
4:30 to havo. their pictures taken for
A largo number of algae has been
recently received by the botany de
partment; and havo been added to the
large .herbarium? ,'
There will be a special meeting of
the Palladian Literary society, at 11
a. m. this' morning; in the Palladian
hall In tho Temple. H
Several members of some of tho
Tickets at the Co-Op,
Porters, Unu Booh Storm
')& ' '' .' :", ; Exhibition ' ' ' ' v A '
v . . ,-
classes in the German department
hayo beon asked, io discontinue their
worjc in this subjoct.
Tho mombors of cadet company D
.had thoir pictures taken Tuesday
evening .for tho Cornhuskor, , This Is
tho third plqturo taken for this com
pany Tho first two boing failures.
A largo number of tho univorslty
students aro planning to go home a
fow days beforo Bastor vacation, in
order to bo nblo to vote at tho munici
pal oloctions which aro to bo hold
Tuosday, April 6.
At tho praiso sorvico which was
hold today noon in tho rooms of tho
university Y. W. C. A. a vory onjor
able program was glvon in which Mlstt
Klnkaid gavo n violin solo, and Miss
Doran a vocal selection.
Mr. Glen Vonrlck, law 1908, and a
member of tho Alpha Tau Omega
fratornlty, is practicing law at DoWitt,
Nob. Mr. Vonrlck was In Lincoln Inst;
weok, where ho had a caso In tho
supromo court, which ho won.
ThoBo In chargo of advertising for
tho gym. oxhlbitlon have placod a
largo oleetrlo sign on tho tower of
the university building. This sign
boars tho wordB, "Gym. Ex. Mar. 20,"
and can bo easily road down on O
Professor Fogg of tho department of
rhetorlo wont to Bridgeport, Neb., last
night to nttond tho North Platte
Teachers' Association. Whllo thoro
tho profossor will dollvor an address
before tho members of tha associa
Mr. Walter WoIbb, 1911, who has
been ono of the committee dorks at
the legislature bosides carrying his
regular univorslty work, has been ser
iously ill with la grippe and it is
feared that typhoid fever may set in.
Mr. Weiss is confined to his homo at
ARBOR DAY EXERCI8E8 AT FARM
Addresses and Tree-planting as a
- Memorial Occasion.
As a consequonco of the activity of
Regent Coupland ,tho univorslty will
this year celebrate Arbor Day with
appropriate exercises at tho Btate
farm. Just what form tho exercises
will tako is not yot decided, but sev
eral promlnont citizens of tho state
have promised to bo present and glvo
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short addresses on topics connected
with the" day. Tho planting of me
morial trees according to a carefully
mapped-out system "will also play a.
part in the program.
A. movement is gaining foothold
among tho graduating class at Leland
Stanford to Institute tho custom of
senior singing. It Is proposed to get
tho seniors together at a meeting
place for a half hour ono evening each
week and practice their college
songs together with a general dis
cussion of senior men's affairs. In
this way they hope to build up a per
manent tradition for their college.)
Seven' Indiana students, are working
on orations for. the peace, contest.
Friday, March 26th
Reserved Seat 35c
General Admission 25c
All Kindt of Cut Floititri
1338 O St
XU niiikt.' ' roiilod' with stand
$3" Per Month.
HnrKnliiH In Kobullt Macblnf.
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THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
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I230 O St.
Bell Phene 482 Arte Phent 1481
and Meat Company
Fancy and Staple Groceries
1036 P Street
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