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THE 13AILY NBBRASKAN
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FRI., SAT. & SAT. MAT., APR. 2-3
'CHARLES FROHMAN PRE8ENTS
, THE THIEF
Eve $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1.00 to 25c
'. MON., TUES., WED. & MAT.,
Follies of the Day
LAVEEN-CROSS & COMPANY
Roman Sports nnd Pastimes
Vaudeville's Favorite VcntrlloqulBt
SULLIVAN, PASGUELENA & CO
In "A C. O. D. Package"
GRAY & GRAHAM
Musical Bell Boy & Military Maid
BE GAR SISTERS
Extra Added Attraction
MR. & MRS. ARTHUR YOUNG
Mats (Dally Ex. Mon.), 15 & 25c
L Every Night 8:15 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
Week Starting March 29
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
"THE LITTLE GREY LADY"
In Preparation for Holy Week tho
Powerful Christian Play
"THE LIGHT ETERNAL"
Every evening at 8:15. Matinees
Wednesdays and Saturdays at
2:30. Best seats 25c. 8eats may
be reserved at the box office or
.by telephone, three days ahead.
PATRONK E OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine .Confectionery
f INESI AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent in the Place.
PRO H ESTRA
for Concert or .Dances
G. F. Tborhburg,
- - Director,
- - - Planltt
Ralph J. KeicJ, '
VloUn aod-Gwoet .InMrucllon given at
Studio, 4)6 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitt.
Social Evening - - ' Friday
Advanced Class -. Monday Eve,
Class Evenings -.' Wed. &, Sat.
Private Loiorig Given w
1124 N STREET
C. H. Prey, 'florist. 1133 O St.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
The United States has recently es
tablished a largo forestry station at
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
A fund of $500,000 hns recently
been estublishod for needy students
at Missouri university.
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Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
In the triangular debate between
Harvard, Yalo and Princeton . each
university lost and won one debate.
See Hereford. New Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
Tho members of cadet company I
have adopted a new company yell,
which they wcre practicing last even
ing. Get yohr lunch at the city Y. M. C.
A. Spa. 13th & P.
.Miss Chamborlan's classes in Ger
man aro now rouding Prof. Fpssler's:
edition of Hans Ardold's "Apriluet
ter." . '
Now spring styles In footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
The annual formal party of' the Pi
Beta Phi sorority will be held Satur
day evening, April 3d, at tho Lincoln
Have your clothes pressed' at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O:
Miss AUco Rudepsdorf, 1908, who Is
a teacher in tho South Omaha public
schools, is visiting friend's In Lincoln
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
.There will bo a special meeting of
tho-Qprman club this morning at 11:30
in TJ. 112. All members aro requested
to bo presen
OOIIV 1 O all kitulg.
Faultless and Manhattan af"
$0000000000 o o
Most all the new, swell styles Tan,
Black or Ox Blood Low Shoes $2,50.
SalUlerson's. : 2t
The annual formal party -of tho
Delta Tau Delta fraternity will be
held Friday ovening, April 2d, at the
Lincoln hotel. '
Tho NebraBkan big subscription
offer ends this week. Hurry, before
it Is too late. ;
-- Miss McPheeram-iustructor.ln the
department of rhetoric, was unable to
meet her classes Wednesday on ac
count of sickness. ?
Learn the barn '.dance, .Lincoln
Dancing,. ,A.cadmy, W132N. Select
school." Call Auto 4477.
Dr. Bessey of tho ' botany depart
mbht has made the announcement
that there would 4be no more "make
up'qulzzes11 In botany. ' ,
Only a few days are loft In which
to tako advantage of tho Dally Ne'-
brasUan big trial offer,
TJiere will bo a joint Y. M. C. A.
and Y. V, G, A. banquet lield at St.
Paul's Saturday, April 3d, at 6 p, m.
Everyone is Invited. ,-Plates, 50 cents.
f. ' , '.
Thp Nebraslmn Is still offering $5
worth, of magazines for SI. , Tako ad-
vantage of ttho low rato this weok,
According to" a rccont roport flftjs
five students have boon droppod fr6m
tho rollB of Prlncoton university for
deficiencies In tho mid-year examina
tions. Swell, snappy Young Men's Low
ShoeH and Oxfords, welt soles, Black,
Tan or" Ox Blood, $2.50. Sanderson's.
Theso aro snaps. Como in and see
MIbb Ruth Stottor, a former student
,ln tho university, is visiting at tho
Chi Omega sorority houso this weok.
Miss Stotter Is teaching In tho pri
mary department of tho Ponca, Nob.,
. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kolfcr and
J. W. Kelfer, Jr., cntortalnod tho
commissioned nnd non-commissioned
officers of cadet company D last even
ing at a 0 o'clock dinner nt tholr
home at 1825 M street.
Tho regular noon meeting of tho
university Y. W. C. A. will be hold
this noon In tho association rooms In
the Temple. Tho subject f this
meeting Is "Tho Man, Christ Jesus."
Leader, Miss Vlbbard.
The mombors or the university Y.
W. ('. A. will hold a Hale of homo
made cakes, pies, crackor-Jack and
popcorn In tho association rooms In
tho Templo .today. Tho proceeds of
tho sa;le aro to bo used to pay the
experiso of sending a dolegato to tho
biennial conferonco of tho Y. W. C. A.
which is to be held nt St. Paul, Minn.,
THE BUILDING. TO BE UNIQUE
Washington to Acquire an Immense
Built of huge logs, five foot In di
ameter, forty feet long and standing
upright with the bark still on, tho
forestry building of tho University of
Washington at Seattle will bo tho most
striking structure and contain' tho
most valuable forestry oxhlbit of any
college in tho world. The state com
mlsBlcui Is erecting tho building to
house tho forestry exhibit at tho Alas-ka-YukoniPnciilc
exposition which is
to be held on tho lowor campus of tho
University of Washington during tho
summer of 1909. At the close of tho
fair the hugo structure rovorts to tho
university. This exposition is tho first
world's fair over held on a college
O O O000000000.
selection of Fancy Shirts of 8
worth 50c to $3.50. &
Fir. hemlock, cedar andvsnruco
will be used In tho building whiclaVin
uo composed entirely or products or
the state of Washington. The mater
ials will bo utilized in every way, that
Bhows tholr values and rugged beauty
to tho bosit possible advantage. The
building is rectangular in shape, being
300 feot long and 145 feet wide.
Tho entrance will bo a largo arch.
A portico at tho roar affords a mag
nificent view of' Lake Washington,' tho
tall, uncut forests across tho lake, and
the snow-caged Cascade mountains in
Tho laboratories will be the best
furnished of any college in America,
being surpassed only by that one In
tho United States department of agri
culture a.t .Washington, city. Tho tim
ber tostlng machines, aro, only duplicated-In
the national forest service.
April 1 Is tho data for tho comple
tion of the building. Tho estimated
cost Is $100,000.
Word has Bpen received by ttip
philosophy department from Karl S,
Carson, who Is studying in Paris. Mr.
Carson was hero for two years, and
from Nebraska went to Brown uni
versity, where ho took h'ls A. B. de
grcc, During tho last ylntor bo has
boon specialising in political science
and economics, to lit himself, for tho
consular service. 3ir. Carbon expects
to take his A. M, degree at" Brown
some time in Juno.
Used by sucn famous players
jjavis, i enneyj uanzel, Lajoie, Chase and all
leadiilK majpi4 and minor league basemen.
Also worn by tho noted college players.
First Basemen's Mitts were originated
by usthey have maintained thiir
supremacy over all endeavors to Smi
tat6 them. Their quality and utility are
FealumtPaleuteii Lacitip l)tviet, Uctd Thumb,
Deep Pocket, Strap and Hiteklt at Wrht, Leather Lacing
usra on tin our iviliil
The Reach Trade Mark auaraniees nerfttt
feds aopear, we will replace any article
excepi oase oaus ana bus retailing under tl.00).
Kcncli irooOmclnl Hnrfe Hall OtilJc now remly if
cent lit ilcntenl' or tiv mall. Urnnli tvi n
Uoll CmalORue-l'KIl joo colored illutrutloun.
A. J. REACH CO., l7B9Tnlip St., Phils., Pa.
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is?? Punches and Dellcntosson Lunch Dopnrtment. 'We
Make Our Own Candles!"
1307 O STREET. BELL 456. AUTO. 2214.
Who's Your Tailor?
OUR FA8HI0N PLATES SHOW NOT ONLY THE MOBT AU.
THORITATIVE IDEA8 REGARDING THE 8EA80N'8 tit YLE8, BUT
DESIGNS OF UNU8UAL AT7RACTIVENE88.
WHEN WE TAILOR ONE OF THE8E IDEA8 RIGHT INTO
CLOTHES MADE EXPRE88LY FOR YOU, WITH ACL THE DIS
TINCTIVENE88 OF YOUR OWN INDIVIDUALITY, YOU OBTAIN
FIT AND 8HAPELINE88 NOT FOUND IN CL'OtHIN'Q MADE?
FOR NO ONE IN PARTICULAR. ' i " "
SINCE WE MAKE TAILORED-TO-ORDER CLOTHES OF SUR
PASSING EXCELLENCE FOR
WHY SHOULD YOU
CTrtPF r.l OTHINR? WP
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(Continued from Pago 1)
and they will always control this
"Our students aro going out, the
best equipped mon the world has ever
produced in her six thousand years'
history. Tl)oy must tako up tho prob
lems of goy'ernhiqnt, fdr'thlB is a prac:
tlcal. world. Education 'always makes
hQn powerful, but not always, prac:
tlcurNIt always makes men" think
but' - doesSnpt alwayB make .thoiri.
think right. TriHoun the burdens an'd
bo. a man among mon.
rtThns far wo havojbply discussed
tho relation of tho collegonian to
public affairs. Ho must' get ihlo the
gama nnd bo rfot a looker-on, but a
participator. Bo allied to some party
and stay by it. Education should
mako men docrs. Many educated
men are great thinkers but poor
doors, Thqro Mvofp many who told
Lincoln how to bo popular; but ho did
what was right. Our greatest mon
hayo all been men truo to their con
victions.' Thoro Is no place for thd
8mall..man In politics, 'or the self
conceited bigot. The world wants
big pien and largo, souls, So big, flint
they can hoar tho h'cart beat of tho
people, nbto the conditions and ro-.l
spond accordingly, All this, tho Uni
versity man must supply. Her is In
politics tho chld of BRcVlflco, rich fn
tho wisdom of the ages, and ho should
glorify the day and ago lit which hei
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Wo'vq Mo unusual preparation
with Easter 'Footwear this' year, and
wo invito everybody to . con,q V"SCG;
the choice now. stylos, Fred Schmidt
& Bro., 917-21 O St '
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absolutely without cost
Slnco Spring has nearly nrrlvcd tho .Fountain, will
bo ono of tho foatures of tho Foltom Bakery.
Wo want you to Judge our whole storo by every?,
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