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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1909)
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TONIGHT, SAT. & 8AT. MATINEE
You Can't Afford to Miss It
THE BIQGE3T MUSICAL COMEDY
OF THE 8EA80N
A Stubborn Cinderella
HOMER B. MA80N ETHEL DOYEY
MIKE McSHANE & 100 Others
The Famous Minstrel Comedian
HOWARD TRUE8DELL & CO.
In "Two Men and a Bottle"
HILL AND SILVIANY
In a Novel and Sensational Uni-
KOHLER OPERATIC TRIO
The Greatest of all Italian Singers.
The Girls with the Educated Feet.
The Man I-n Black.
European Novelty Entertainers
Matinees Dally 2:15 (Except
Monday) 15c and 25c. Every night
at 8:15 Prices 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Week Starting April 12.
The Great English Comedy
"MERELY MARY ANN"
Miss Enid May Jackson as "Merely
Mary Ann," Supported by
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Next Week, Starting April 19th
THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM
Best Seats Twenty-five Cents.
Seats Reserved One Week
OR OH ESTR
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thornburg, - - - Director
Ralph J. Reid, Pianiit
Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Social Evening - - - Friday
Advanced Glass - Monday Eve.
Class Evenings - Wed. & Sat.
Private Lessons Given
1124 N STREET
Do Your Washing
All nwkes routed with stand
$3 Per Month,
Bargains In Robullt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto HM-Boll 1181 lir-i No. 11th
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Btudente.
Bo nmrc and Silver Lottor
B UIPhV inlaid Work a
B ril LJ specialty.
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
L. -J. HERZOG
1 Gleanings I
C. H. Frey, florist. 1133 O St.
Hnrry Porter. Ho Imb It. 1123 O St.
Cameron's Lunch Countor, 123 So.
After thut Sunday afternoon stroll
ask her to accompany you to hear Dr.
Bayley's address In the Temple the
atre, 4:30 p. m.
T.he best lunch in the city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 13 & P.
brown university has recently op
ened a new settlement where educa
tional work will he carried on among
Hebrews and Italians.
The Nobraskan will sell a $50 wheel
for $25. Do you want it?
Mr. ('. M. .Mnyne secretary of the
city Y. .M. t A., Is to lead one of the
Bible normal groups at tho Rocky
mountain students' conference this
One thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.05. Hereford, 1215 O. "
At the Nebraska state convention
135 student delegates wore prosent.
They pledged 275 for Lockwood, Ne
braska'b representative in Shanghai.
New Bprlne styles in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
N L Provost, 15)08, now general
Becrolarj at Clomson college, South
Carolina, reports 370 men enrolled
Hi Bible study. This number is 75
per cent of the men in the school.
Have iour clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
At Worcester Polytechnic Institute
twenty men have volunteered to lead
classeh in .English for foreigners.
These men are now touching very
vitally the lives qf several hundred
Dr. J. R Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable Over Bank of Commerce
if F. Wunder. who is now at the
Unlveisity of Wisconsin, says that tho
Y. M. C A. work there is making
pi ogress in what is known as a very
difllcult Held under the olllcient lead
ership of A. Jorgonsen, 1'JOS.
If you want a bicycle call at the No
braskan ofllco. A $50 wheel for $25.
Little Bear, who played end on the
Carlisle Indian football team last fall,
Is at present in the city Y. M. C. A.
in order to familiarize himself with
association work. Ho goes to tho
Y. M. C. A. training school at Spring
Held, Mass., next fall preparatory to
MAGNIFIERS for Bntnnv or (ipoloirv rnltVwjr nrO
metal mounted 25c to $2.00.
to $6. Acliromatic Doublets
Est. 1871. HALLETT, Jeweler 1143 O
005000SO0000 O O
taking up Y. M. C. A. work among
The Lincoln Dancing Academy is
the most select school in Lincoln.
1132 N. Auto 4477.
Air. Heinzman, secretary of tho
University of Iowa, ylslted the associ
ation here a few days ago on his way
home from the Nobruska college Y.
M. C. A. presidents conference at
Central City. Mr. Heinzman spent
Bome time examining the Tomplo, and
stated that they wore considering tho
erection of a similar union building
Mr. E. J. Slmonds, for the past four
years student secretary of Nebraska,
Is planning to go to Columbia uni
versity to take work In sociology and
theology preparatory- to going out to
the foreign field la missionary work.
W. H. Kendall, University of Indi
ana, 100!), who was general secretary
at Wesloyan last year, Is to succeed
DR. BAYLEY TO SPEAK SUNDAY
Colorado Man to Again .Address Ne
braska University Students.
The Rev Frank T. Bayley, pastor
of Plymouth Congregational church of
Denver, Colo., is to address tho uni
versity students on Sunday, April 18,
at 4:30 and 7:30 p. in.
Dr. Bayley was at the Rocky
.Mountain Student Conference last
summer as one of the principal speak
ers. He won his way Into tho heart
of every student, present at that con
ference, because of his broad sym
pathy, Ills clear presentation of difll
cult subjects, his interesting manner
of speaking and the reasonable
thoughtful character of his addresses.
There was a unanimous desire for his
return to the conference this year.
Dr. Bayley has also appeared fre
quently bofore tho summer confer
ences of the Y. M. C. A. in the past.
He is no stranger to tho University of
Nebraska. Two years ago he spent
a few days here. This visit Is re
membered with pleasure by all who
were fortunate enough to meot him
at that time
The subjects of tho uddresses, "Can
a College- Student Pray?" and "Mi
lacles." are of vital importance to stu
dents. Dr. Bayley's treatment of
these perplexing questions Is snno,
reasonable, and considerate.
These addresses are open to the
entire university body, men and wo
men students and faculty. Tho Y.
W. C. A. will serve tea In their rooms
from G to 7 in the evening for the
convenience of those who do not wish
to return to their homes in tho Inter
val between tho two addrosses.
O O 0Q00000000$
Folding Coddington's $1.25&
l. o. Lmon Trovers 50c.
MEN DON'T KISS RIGHT WAY
Professor 8tarr 8ays Grace Not In the
Act In This Country.
Professor Frederick Starr, of tho
University of Chicago, who attracted
attention recently by a prophecy that
former President Roosevelt would
novor return allvo from Africa, has
again come Into public notice, this
time as an exponent of the fine art
of throwing kisses.
"Young men of thlB country do not
know how to throw a kiss gracefully,"
ho says In a lecture prepared for stu
dents on "Mexico Today." "It takes
aoung Mexican to perform tho act
gracefully. He brings the tips of hla
fingers together, touches thorn gently
with his lips, and, spreading his hand
out ns ho makes the throw, wafts flv
Bwoot klsBos to his lady love by five
who have their own ideas of smart, catchy style will find our
store a very treasury of styles and new ideas. We want
every dressy young fellow to come and see the provission we
have made for the proper clothes for them.
Here you get the maximum of value at the mimumum of price.
the hat style most becoming to you is here great hat val
ues priced $1.50.
matchless showing of spring neckwear priced 50 cents.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS Home of Hart, Scfiaffner & Marx fine Clothing
I THE SKIRT
121 North 11th Street,
200 Fancy Voll Tailored Skirts
150 Imported Pure Worsted Man-Tailored Skirts. 300 Puro Wool
Fancy and plain Panama skirts, In all shados. Including Black. These
are regular $7.00 and $7.50 values. Your choice for $4.48, and all
alteratlono free. Your cholco or any Skirt In the storo somo worth
up to $15.00 for $9.50.
100 Princess Llnon DroBses, In all tho loading Spring shadeB,
warranted fast colors. Beautlos. Regular $5.00 and $0.00 vnlues for
Don't miss this Suit Sale: 200 Ladles' Tallonimdo Suits, such
array or styles, such an elegance In design atid workmanship you
never saw. Somo were made to soil at $25.00 and $35.00. Your
choice for $12.50 and $14.95, and all alterations froe. For 95 cents
we will sell the best Heathorbloom Petticoat, worth $2.00, Wo are
headquarters for Shirt Waists, from 48 cents up to $4.98.
THE SKIRT STORE
121 North 11th Street,
So Ate The
Swell SPRING '
Will Ofoao at 6 p.m. Saturdays
for the hands, sox not for the head
per 90c Doz. "ftp
io loading Hhados of the
in all tin
Miller & Paine
THE UNIVERSITY MAK'S TAILOR
Come In and get that $ J 5.00 Suit
to ypur order
I330 O St.
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