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TMay Mat. 2S30. Tonight 1:15
Henry B. Harris Presents '
T(i Charming Arnerleatjf lay
The Lion and the Mouse
lijattiotf't 2&c. Ev& $1.60 to 60c.
Tues., Wed., and Wed Mat, April 27-28
CHA8. B. HANFORD
n $ Big Shakespearian Productions.
Living Art Reproductions of tho
World's Famous Paintings
Lato of Egyptian Hall df Myatory,
CHARLOTTE PARRY AND CO.
In "Tho Comslock Mystery"
THE MI88E8 MILCH
Tho American Virtuosos
M'LLE. LA TINA
Tho Physical Cultur6 Export
The Black Fade Lauder
PHlfLLfcs ANO J0NE3
Comedy Milfilcal 'Entortalnora
Moa 9MR fnvnfln Mnn. 15 A fic
Night 8:15 Prices 16, 26, 35 & 50o
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Lincoln's Ideal Home Theatre
Week 8tartlrig April 19, 1909
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
"THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM
Next Week, April 26, "The Brixton
Best Seats 8 Cents
Every Night at 8:30. Matinees
Wed. and 8 at. 8:30.
for Concert or Dances
Rafph J. ReW, -
- - - PUrht
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Successor to PitU
Social Eienlng - - Friday
Adiaiced Class MoMiy Eve.
Class Evenings - Wld, & Sit.
Private Lessons Given
1124 N STREET
Do Your Washing
All makes routed with stand
' $3 Per Month.
Bargains In Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
L Auto 115&-Bell 1181. 122 No. 11th
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Btudonts.
Bn ixiixno and Bilvor Letter
B PIPHS Inlaid Work a
B riruiJ aeociaitf.
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
11B2 O 8troet
L.: J. HERZOG
THE UMfVERSlff MAK'S TAILOR
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Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
''. ' to, your ordet ,
laao o et.
0. H. Proy, florist 1138 O St.
Harry Porter. Ho ass It 1123 O 8t
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thlr
Delta Unsllpn hold an Informal
party at tho chapter house laBt oven
Dr. Ohas. Yonniblut BtIst;-aoi
J. L. IUchoy, 1909, was a Judgo at a
dobale hejd at tho Capital public
Bchool, Friday afternoon.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Tho annual formal party of tho
Kappa Kappa Gamma will be held
this evening at tho Lincoln hotel.
The beat lunch in the city. Y. M.
C. .A. Spa, 18 & P.
Alpha Thota Chi and the ForeBt
club will meet In a baseball game at
the state firm this afternoon at 2
The Nqbr&skan will sol) a $60 whool
for $25. Dd you want ltf
Tho members of tho Faculty club
will hoia a dinner next Tuesday dveh
lng, April 27tb, at tho Lincoln hotel,
nt 6:80 p. m.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.95. Hereford, 1216 O.
Principal U. P. Graff of tho Omaha
high school was a campus visitor yes
terday and attended tho Canfleld me
Now spring styles In footwear now
on display. Becksaan Bros., 1107 O St.
Professor Fry of the rhetoric de
partment was unable to meet his
classes Thursday and Friday on act
count of illness.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bah house, BleTenth and P streets?
All Uiobo who are Interested In
forming a French clnb are requested
fi HrwM LI to"
8 IWeen flats
$2.59 $3.50 $5.00
to meet in tJ 301 at 11 6'clocK on
Tuesday, April 27.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tfcer &' p3f Wh p sta"
that new Shoo Store tor men, la mak
ing quitd a sllr Among tho students,
with the college shoe styles they aro
If you want a Bieyele eR at ti Ne-
broskan office. A $50 wheel for $2fc.
Professor Barber of the Lathi de
partment watf at PlatWnouth, Nobn,
last evening5, wlior6 hd ayq n inter
esting lecture before the high school
of that city.
Tho Lincoln Dancing Academy la
the most select school to Lincoln.
1132 N. Auto 4477. ,
Kappa Sigma and Alpm Tan Omega
will meet In one of the- baseball games
In. the east ilyisloB el ther tateifrif
ternity league this" afternoon at the
Vine, street ball grounds.
We are showing the choice models
of tho season in men's- oxferts.. Our
$3.50 and $;4.0tf ,oxfords arS special
values. Fred Scamldixi Bros". Op
posite' City Hall. " J'
The swoators' for tho basket bal
toam havo arrived, and have beort dl
trlbutcd to tho team. Thoy ar6 vor.
protty, bdltog a cream Jersey coa
sweater with a acarfot "N" 6n.
Tho offlcdrs of tho Palladian litor
iry society gavo a short program a
tho meeting of tho society which wai
held last night in tho Torriplo. Fol
lowing tho program an onjoyablo so
clal hour waB held.
F. J. Clark, 1912, of Wahoo, is in
tho hospital suffering from a sevorc
attack of plourlBy. Clark was taken
sick during spring vacation and will
probably bo unable to loave his bod
for several days yet.
Dean Fordyco of tho Teachers' col
logo and Professor Conatlt of the Law
coliege, wore judges at tho Wahoo
Blair high school dobato, which
settled tho championship of tho Eas
tern district of 'tho Nebraska high
Bchool debating league.
The members of tho clusses In po
litical economy under tho Instruction
or Proffcssor W. C. Wobstor will hnvo
their final examinations oarly in May,
on account of Professor Webster
leaving school about this time.
In rhetoric 1G Monday afternoon at
1 o'clock thero 1b to bo an Interest
ing debate. Tho quoBtlon under dis
cussion Is, "Should tho United States
maintain tho Monroo doctrlno?" The
negative will be supported by W. J.
Bryan, Jr., and William Rlchoy, Jr.,
and the affirmative by G. W. Fostor
and Searlo S. Davis. '
Tho membors of tho Delta Gamma
sorority held thoir annual formal
party last evening at the Lincoln
hotel. About oighty-flvo couples were
in attendance, among them being
many alumni members and invited
B. G. Sinclair, instructor in the
rhetoric department, and R. A. Van
Orsdo, 1906, Law 1910, wore Judges
at the Osceola- Geneva high school
debate, which decided the champion
ship In tho central district of tho
Nebraska high school debating
Professor W. C. Webster of tho de
partment of political eebnomy has an
nounced that he will not be at Ne
braska next year. Professor J. E. Lo
Rosalglonal of tho same department
tendered his resignation,' which has
1-6 mtes. I can fit any
head in college.
been accepted by the board of re
gents. A meeting of the freshmon class
was held In Memorial hall Friday
evening at 5 p, m, An assessment
of twenty-five cents per capita was
levied to cover Xyy Day expenses; tho
committee to collect this assessment
to be announced later. The date of
the freshman Informal was definitely
announced aq May .fifteenth. Tickets,
On Thursday afternoon, while work
ing In tho chemical laboratory, Ira
von Forrofla senior medto, met iith
a painfuf accident. Wir. Von' Forrell
waB boiling a retort of hydrochloric
acldWd b'enzlnoi and in some un
known way ikoM liquid, exploded and
flew into his face, badly burning one
side. Tho burns were immediately
treated, and It Is thought no perma
nent injury will result
Tho lnvehlor of basketball flays that
the game in tno. west under tho collo
glato rules is better from the specta
tor's point of. view, than is the style of
play used in tho east There Is more
holding there, and. the courts are smal
ler than hero, so that the game is not
so open. Thero is more action in the
western game. ' ' '
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Tho track.trainlng tabe-has started
ai Minnesota; with twenty-five men
in tho Bejpratt ' '
Tr $ (?
12th &P Streets
Freshman May 15, 1909
Fraternity trail $1.25
CHANGE ACCREDITING SYSTEM
Smaller High 8'choofs Accredited for
Current Year Only.
At a meeting hold recently the
faculty committee on accredited
high schools adopted a new reg-
ilntiAn vultTi tn(ilnAA n ffiA crvnillnc I
of seconddry schools'. After this
schools having lesft than four' teach
ers engaged exclusively in high
school teaching in addition ,te a
superintendent will be acc'redltod
In June for the- succeeding year.
In this way the smaller schools of
the state will stand squarely oA the
merit 6t the Work done during the
year of Inspection. They will bo In
spected iri the spring and if their
standard is sufficiently high their
June graduates will be admitted to
the university without examination.
It Is expected that schools with a
larger faculty aro not in danger of
lowering their standard so quickly as
is possible in small Institutions and
for this reason they are accredited
for the 'yeat subsequent to the in
spection. Students in the small
Schools must run the risk 6f finding
their school non-accredited 'when tke
time fdr graduation comes.
YALE MEN ON WATER WAGONS
8enl0rs Vote for Water as Their
The prohibiten Wavd has hit the
Yale sobior clarti aiid 1909 academic
has announced fU vote for water as
its fdvorlte drink.
Beer has sided as1 tho traditional
drink for Tale eenidr, except for erne
year, when the- clasd played a jeke ea
itself by voting Ut milk.
Coffee maild A hoi rah with 19
votes, and 14 stood loyally for' milk.
Of the class1, more than' half confess
they bav'e' uiSed stimulants. It voted
"CrosslnV th'S Bar", aalts fayorite
Maudd Adams IS, air Ksual, ehoseri
tho favorite actre, with 11 votes
aga'inst fa toi Ethel Barrymorev with
51 votes agalnet -45-who llker Ike the
atre, The class is overwhelmingly rd
pu'bllcari, only" 201' saying that they
belong' to- tho democi'atlc party 16 to
Independent iiartietf 'arid dne to the
prohibition! jiarty. Ndxc to Yale,
Princeton is tho favorltd college, with
125 ydtes, aid Harvard, second', with
DePauw was represented In' the re
cent Indiana State Oratorical Contest
by Vieter Weatkafert whose- oration
was e ."The Cesateg Freedom." The
titudents . made great preparations for
then contest, holding a mass meeting
and practicing .SQipo- new yells5 andV
songs tor yae occasion; -
Mfvtu. t 4 w
Sde the now "Shoe IhiHi"'
for -Men lit the "THOMPSON
Mako" $3.50, $4.00 and
"HANDononr" Make1 $b!oo
'DIFFERENT SHOES for
your moro OLASS and
Will be ploasod to show
AdK TO SEE THE PUNCH
that College Shoe.
THE FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
uwsea l)T tot BtowueHwn , M
VirttMO&l Beak -if a
Interest Paid at 4 PsrCtnt
Pkit NUonl Bk keeaul Teatk O
Elsstrls Skst Risilr Fssftry
1220 O Strest
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INHVERSITY JEWELERfc IPTICIAH
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1423 ft STREET. YELLOW FIGHT
teVr iatrou Sb'UdW
Glasses of Soda Water
old arid drank from our 20th' CeatnTy''
Sanitary Soda Fountain .season l&tN8.r
Agency, Haylern, Ganthora and' Lowi
ys Chocolates and Bonbona. '
Tk Drug Cutter. T
Anyoaa tmdlng tkfttcta and description aaar
EilrnMruiln our opinion fre whether am
Mjn probably pntaiWft.CH)mnnlc.
ftiit free. Oldest Mrenoy for eeeartaapfctenu.
. 1'atent uken tbrouah Mann Co. reeetv
tftetot notice, wHhoat okarce, la tM -
AhutdsomelrlltMtrated wveklr. jMtmle.fi
mlUXQfi or any Mentkla JnarnaL Terms. M
mat i four month, 1L
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