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THE DAILY. NEBRASKAN
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VTONIQHT, SAT. & 8AT. MAT.
CHARLES FROHMAN PRE8ENT8
Eve $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1.00 to 25c
S?MON., TUE8., WED. .& MAT.,
; APRIL 5-7
Follies of the Day
LAVEEN-CROSS & COMPANY
- Roman Sports and Pnflttmos
Vaudeville's Favorite Ventriloquist
SULLIVAN, PASGUELENA & CO
,In "A C. O. D. Package"
GRAY & GRAHAM
Musical Dell Boy & Military Maid
. ) EVELEEN DUNMORE
' Prima Donna
BE GAR SISTER8
Extra Added Attraction
MR. & MRS. ARTHUR YOUNG
Mats (Daily Ex. Mon.), 15 & 25c
Every Night 8:1515, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER8I
Week Starting March '29
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
"THE LITTLE GREY LADY"
Jin Preparation for Holy Week the
Powerful Christian Play
"THE LIGViT ETERNAL"
- Every evening at 8:15. Matinees
Wednesdays and Saturdays at
2:30. Best seats 25c. Seats may
be reserved at "the box office or
tay telephone, three days ahead.
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTISERSI
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool,Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, A0c,t
ROTA HON I-OOL
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Proilt Sharing Coupons Given" With
Every 5c Spent In Ihe Place.
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Tbornburg, - - - Director
Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Stclal Evening - - Friday
Advanced Glass - Muday Eve.
Class Evenings - Wed. k Sat..
Private L on Givn
1124 N STRE
Auto 4019 I1A-221
m M. ( jt-tifiir w t"pfi-i V
Chat)In Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. See Hereford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 .0.
It, H. Walford, 1911, Is enjoying n
visit from his parents, who reside fit
Dr. Chas. youngblut, dentist, 202
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
The W. d. A. girls will serve
lea Informally this nftornoon to the
Get your lunch, at the city Y. M. C.
A. Spa. 13th & P.
New spring styles In footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Professor Sanford of tho Latin de
partment is at Euroka Springs, Ark.,
regaining his health.
Have your clothes pressed nt
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. OVor Bank of Commerce.
Harry Nelson, ox-3011. of Crawford?
Nob., is visiting with friends in tho
city for about two weeks.
Most all tho new, swell styles Tan,
Black or Ox Blood Low Shoos $2.50.
Tho Nebrasknn's big subscription
offer ends this week. Hurry, before
it is too late. .
Delta Detta Delta sorority will en
tertain at a house pnrty this ovoning
at the chapter house, 1522 Q street.
Learn tho barn danco, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Only a few days aro loft In which
to take advantage of tho Dnily Ne-
braskan big trial offer..
Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Theta
will cross bats on tho Vine street
diamond at 12:30 today in tho third
game in tho frnt league.
Tho Nebraskan Is still offering $5
worth of magazines for $1. Tako ad
vantage of the low rate this week.
A regular meeting of Komensky
club will bo hold this evening in tho
Science hall In the, Temple.t A legis
lators' program will bo given.
If you are going to order a Spring
Suit consult tho .Daily Nebraskan
manager. Ho can save you some
SAY BOYS .
If you want to mnko Her happy buy Her ' Shirt Waist" Ring" or$
Bridge "Ring for her little finger. They are the real thing! A
SEE OUR WINDOW ft
i Est. 1871.
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Phi Delta Phi, tho honorary law
fraternity, will hold a meeting Thurs
day night at the Phi Delta Theta fra
ternity house, 1G04 S street.
'For Sale Duo ,bill on a flrdt class
tailor at a reduced price. An easy
Avay to mako a little money. Seo
manager Daily Nebraskan. . tf
Stella Loughrldgo, a returned mis
sionary from Turkoy, will apeak at
tho noon meeting of tho Y. W. C. Av
today on her recent experiences, there,
Swell, snappy Young Men's Low
Shoes and Oxfords, welt soles, Black,
Tan or Ox Blood, ?2.G0. Sanderson.
These are snaps, Come In nnd see
them. ' '2t
We've mado unusual preparation
with Easter Footwear thl& year, and
we Invito everybody to como to seo
the choice new styles. Fred Schmidt
& Bro., 917-21 O S.
Professors Fogg and Conant and
.Mn Albert Watklns were at Beatrice
.Wednesday night acting as judges In
n' inter-scholastic debate hold under
tho auspices of tho Southeastern
Teachers' association. v
TEAM TO KAN8A8 CTY
(ContInued;from,Pine 1lm .
o startea.iRUowavar, auniuwoiiqay
and his crowkotuaokfromKansas
City. . jfc
Knox and Stetson Hats
Holeproof Hose and Rogers Weei and)
'Tiroltaw Clothes V ? .'-. . "
GET IN THE
Mayer Brothers' Clothes
Lincoln9 s Leading Clothiers
We sell the BEST
even if we charge '
less than others.
You want to see the
SUITS we sell at
$10 and. $15.
Others at $7.50 to
925 "0MSt.klteoliv Well
OO O O C-00CKSO0000004
Courteous Treatment Always and you
Are Not Urged to Have Some-
thing You do Not Wish
The Pioneer Barber Shop
10. So. Hth St. Auto 437 Shaving JOc
be dono at tho stato fair grounds.
There tho sprinters and long distance
men will work. Tho candidates In
tho field .events wjll work out on tho
Tho squad of track men has been
cut down somowhnt this year by tho
ruling of tho military department,
which limits tho number of mon who
Leap bo oxcused from drill for athletic
work, ao rar tnis season only nvo
men have received excuses from drill
In order to train with tho track can
didates. Eleven men have been ex
cused for, baseball work.
The first baseball gamo of the
spring -with tho Lincoln league team
is scheduled' to bo played at Antelope
park toraprrow afternoon at 3; 30
o'clock., Tho cornhusljors aro In good
shape now and ought to glvo tho Guys
a close, game, Tho fact that the
leaguers have Just started practice,
-while the cornhuskers have been In
training for nearly two months, gives
the collegians a slight advantage over
Student tickets wjll. admit to any
part of, the field tomorrow. Forthe
students not holding thq books an
admission fee of t wen ty-fivo. cents will
You Out from
in Nobby University
WELL DRESSED LINE, BMY
The Jatest, styles in footwear in
cluding such novelties as' strap
Pumf s, Oxfords and Button Boots
in black, tan, gray and London;
smoke in Suede and Ooze Calf?
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ROGERS & PERKINS COMP'f
1129 O Street
All makes rontod with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Robullt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Antollf.5i.Ben 1181. lEJNo.llth
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clothes tor the man
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MAGEE & DEEMER
Kensington lothes-T1iey Fit ,
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oi Detail in
Technical details of
uninteresting to the'
average man, yet it's
the regard for minor
details, in Kensing
ton Clothes .which
.results in, that per- j
fection of fashion, 1
c.u -j .
J This giyes them thaH
5i "nt . tAoaxrih ll&f
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cnem tne unquestionable
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