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SAT. MAT. and NIGHT, APRIL 24.
. t Henry B. Harris Presents
The Charming American Play
The Lion and the Mouse
Mat. $1.00 to 25c. Eve. $1.50 to 50c.
Tues., Wed., and Wed Mat., April 2728
CHA8. B. HANFORD
In 3 Big 'Shakespearian, Productions.
Living Art Reproductions of tho
World's 'Famous Paintings
La to otEgypHan Hall of Mystery, 4
CHARLOTTE PARRY AND CO.
In "Tho Comstock Mystery"
THE MI88E8 MILCH
Tho American Virtuosos
M'LLE. LA TINA
The Physical Culture Export
Tho Black Face Lauder
PHILLIP8 AND JONES
Comedy Musical Entertalnora
Mats. 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
C. II. Frey, florist 1133 O St.
Harry Porter. Ho has It. 1123 O St.
Chnpin Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
Miss Cozctto McManlgoli; 1910, Chi
Omega, Is visiting friends at Kansas
Dr. Chas. Toungbjut, dontlst, 202
Practice of the first act of tho sen
ior play was held In the Temple- the
ater on Wednesday cvoning.
on his native country at a mooting of
tho Woman's Missionary association of
tho First Congregational church, in
tho church pnrlors. v
Notice. A riieotlng of tho froshman
class will bo hold Friday afternoon at
5 p. m., In Momorlnl hall. Important
buslnees relatlvo to the freshman pro
gram on Ivy Day will bo dlsqussed.
All members of tho class aro requested
to bo present.
i Ercshnjan , track men aro .urged to
ge out. fo ptMtlco.'os soffii as pos
sible. A' irtecrf JU ho- held with Wes
ley university athl'otejj ono week
from noxt Saturday and It is essen
tial that tho freshmen got to work.
Candidates for places should roport to
Newman, Bates, Stanley or Swanson.
Thomas Davis, M. E. 1906, now chief
engineer of tho Cleveland Crano and
vwrj s r
Since, Spring. has nearly arrived tho Fountain wlfl
bo ono of tlio foaturog of the Folsom akery.
Wo want you to Jitdgo our wliolo store by oyory
thing wo scrVo you in our Soda Water. Tea Cream.
ffiffl Punchos mid Delicatessen Lunch Dopnrtmonf. "We
vi Make Our Own Candles!" '
1307 O STREET. BELL 456. AUTO. 2214.
Lincoln's Ideal Home Theatre
Week Starting April 19, 1909
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY-'
"THE MARRIAGE OF WfLLIAM
Next Week, April 26, "The Brixton
Best Seats 25 Cents
Every Night at 8:30. Matinees
Wed. and Sat. 3130.
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Tbornburg, -
Ralph J. Refd, -" - - -
Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Social Etenlng " -
' - Friday
Klass EveRings - Wed, & Sat.
Private Le&xoris Given
1124 N STREET
Auto 4019 . Bell A-2621
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.,
Dean Burnett of' tho state farm gave
u reception to the graduating class of
the farm In the Temple on Tuesday
Tho best lunch in tlo city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 13 & P.
No drill was held last night by the
firm battalion on account of tho com
petotive drill between tho Pershing
and Worklzor ItifleB.
Tho Nebraskan will soil a $50 wheel
for $25. Do your want it?
Mrs. Sidney Silber, who came from
the east Tuesday to Join her husband,
is a piano instructor in the University
Conservatory of Music.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215. O.
.Miss El8lo Ackerman of Lincoln,
gave a ilnno recital In the Temple
theater on Tuesday evening. A large
audience was present.
Now spring styles in footwoar now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
The new members of the Palladlan
society practiced on Tuesday evening
for the play which they are going to
present in a short time.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
.Tamos A. Rodman, of Blair, Nob., ex-
Engineering company, recently.. so-J
" .... . . .
cured for his company tne contract lor
four large unloading cranos for use or
tho Panama canal. Tho cranos hao
grab-buckets wolghlng 9,000 pounda.
Tho cranes have a lift of sixty-five
foet and are guaranteed to make sixty
live trips, an hour.
The regular weokly mooting of tho
Students' Debating club will bo hold
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock In
U 106. After a short parliamentary
scrap, the following question will be
dobatod: Resolved, That party alle
giance Is preferable to independent
action in politics. Tho affirmative side
of the discussion will bo held by R. R.
Hill and II. S. Towor, and tho nega
tive will bo supported by W. D. Eaton
tpi1d J. P. Horn. .
IMPORTANCE IS NOT SO GREAT.
We Want Your Coal Orders.
Give Us a Trial Order.
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1106 O Street Auto.3228 Bell 234
University Professor Speaks of the
In a lecture to ono pf his classou re
cently, Professor Fling of tho Eu
ropean history department expressed
the opinion that the natural sciences
will play a smaller part, in tho future,
in forming tho basis of a liberal edu
cation. The natural sciences, in his
opinion, are valuable training, but that
it .is impossible to expect a man to
get a working knowledge of ull of the
Bclences in an ordinary college course
or general education. Their value, ho
thought lies in their power to acquaint
the student with the method by which
truth Is established, but that m tho
future their importance In a liberal
education will diminish. That tho basis
of a general education will bo subjects
where more Intensive research Is re
quired as history, economics and philosophy.
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TINCTIVENESS of your own Individuality, you obtain
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THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Students.
mnrp and Bllrpr Latter
Fr, inlaw. wow a
fl ,. M J' Specialty,
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
. 1183 O Street,
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
" Come In and get fhat $15.00 Suit
' to you order.
1236 O St. jUlpooln
1010, was a campus visitor yesterday.
Mr. Rodman is engaged in the land
business at Sidney, Neb.
It you want a bicycle, call at the Ne
braalcan offlco. A $50 wheel -for $25.
The members' of the senior class
will meot this morning at 11:30 o'clock
in Memorial hall. The matter of the
Ivy Day program will be discussed.
Tho Lincoln Dancing Academy is
tho most select school in Lincoln.
1132 N. Auto 4477.
Byron E. Yoder, 1008, who has been
principal of the Fairmont high school,
since January, has just boon elected
superintendent of the, public schools
at Ravenna, Nebraska.
M. B. Cornelius, 1006, Law 1010, ox-
major of the first battalion of tho uni
versity cadets, has been appointed
supervisor of the military department
of tho Nebraska Military Academy.
Tho following men have been
pledged to Sigma Alpha Epsllon fra
ternity: C N. Kcsslor, 1012; A.R,
KOBslor, 10J0- Joseph Pomorono, 1012,
of Lincoln, and Gus Lofgren, 1012, of
Ponca. , ' .
Mr. Dasu, a Hindoo student in the
University, Bpoke today at three p. m., ' present
PERSHING RIFLE8 WIN "COMPET."
First Battalion Organization Defeats
8tate Farm Cadets.
Yesterday afternoon at five o'clock
at the Stato Farm, the Pershing Rifles
and the Workizor Rifles met in a com
petetivo drill in which tlio Pershing
.Rifles were vIctorlous by a percent
age of eighty-ono to seventy. Tho Per
shing Rifles Is an organization com
posed of the best drilled cadets in tho
first battalion and wasv formed by
Brigadier Genoral Pershing, who was
.commandant several years ago. Tho
Worklzor Rifles is a similar organiza
tion comnosed of tho men of tho sec
ond battalion v which VuJ' formed "by
Captain worklzor last year. . -
The members of tho two companies
bono to make this comnototlvo drill an
.annual affair; and it 1b highly probable
uiui u ouiuiuiu uujLJiiy will uu unuiuuu
;the winner. Tho judges, of tho. drill
- . i ' . .vp -- . -
yesterday were Ex-Captain uutnrio,
,1008, and Ex-Major Frankfortor, 1008,
,and Syford, .1006. E, A. Froyd, cadet
major or tne urn battalion, timo uoep-
II I Mill! I I
., The, senior auditing commlttoo con
sists oCvtiiq followlrig members:
.. I. F,. Baker, Verne Gittlngs, A. M.
Candy, Marion Hart, Mary Williams,
;W. A. Robertson, Anna Rathko, R, B
Murphy, Marion Horton, Loraino Henv ,
pel, Dwight Bell,. Lillian Chambers,
Lucy, Hewitt, Earl, Wilson, A. B. Bon
'ton, C. A. RelmerB.v'
ThiB committee will moot nt. flvo
o'clock Friday in II iOO, It Is extreme
ly important that ovory member bo
May 15, 1909
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