The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 06, 1909, Image 3

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OLIVER THEATRE
SAT. 'MATIN E & NIGHT, MAV 15
DIRECT FROM WILLI8.W00D
THEATRE, KAN8A8 CITY
ELINOR QLYN'8 DRAMATIZATION
OF HER OWN REMARKABLE )
8TORY ,,
THREE WEEKS ;
WEb. MAT. & NIQHtr MAY 14
THE BLUE MOUSE
THURSDAY, MAY 20
MRS. FISKE
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Gleanings
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FOY AND CLARK
In "Tho Spring of Youth"
LIZZY DALY
Electrical Dancing Novelty Artist
ISABELL HOWELL" AND GIRL8
In "Oamoa of Childhood"
MR. & MRS. ERWIN CONNELLY
In "SweothottrtB"
ELONA LEONARD
Character Commedlenne
THE A3TAIRE8
.luvenilc Singers nnd Dflncora
EDDIE BURNS
In n Neat Pianologuo
Mats 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
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Week Starting Monday, May 3
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Presenting the Farco Comedy
"ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY"
Act I "The Suddenness of Peggy"
Act II "The Suddenness of
Consequences"
Act III "The Consequences of
Suddenness"
Best Seats 25 Cents
Every Evening at 8:30
Matinee Wed. and Sat. at 2:30
Who's Ludwlg? ' lw
C. H, Prey, florist .1132 O St. .
The "Men's Dootery" 12 & P.
Harry Porter. He has it. 1123 O St.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
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Dr. Chas. Youngblut. dentist, 202
Burr block;
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MIbs Clara Iteeder, 1011, Is enjoy
ing n visit from her sister, M-Jbh
Marian Reedcr of Columbus.
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Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Twelfth St.
The members of tho varsity track
team bad their plcturo taken Tues
day afternoon at tho State Farm.
The best lunch In the city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 13 & P.
Alpha Phi sorority entertained at a
house party Tuesday evening at tho
diopter house 224 North 26th street.
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The Nebraskan.wlll sell a $50 wheol
for ?25. Do you want it?
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Paul Bell, li08, was a campus visit
or on Tuesday. Mr. Bell Is traveling
agent for the Bankers' Life Insuranco
company of Des Moines.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215 O.
Delta Delta Delta sorority held an
informal house party Tuesday oven
ing at the chapter house. About
twenty couples were in attendance.
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New spring styleB in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
The game In tho inter-fraternity
league between Delta Upsllon and
Delta Tau Delta will bo played to
morrow at the Vine street ball
grounds.
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Dr. J. R. Davis, dontlst. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Professor Aylesworth of the poli
tical science department was unable
to meet his classes Tuesday on ac
count of his presence holngroqulred
n election work.
If you 'want a bicyclo call at the No
braskan ofllco. A $50 wheel for $25.
MIbs Holey, Delta Delta Delta, lias
been olected student speakor at Phi
Beta Kappa initiation banquot by tho
seniors recently elected to member
ship lii thnt honorary fraternity.
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Select School of Dancing, Lincoln
Academy, now location, 1124 N. Auto
4477.
Tho Cornhuskor will be ready for
sale In about two weeks. Only a few
moro copies of tho thousand ordered
by the business manager remain un
sold nnd orders aro being takon for
those thiB week.
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Aro you looking, for summer work.?
Call at 208 Press "Bldg.. forenoons
this week. 3t
It has- been reported that .at the
municipal election held Tuesday all
the mon In one of the local fratern
ities who wcro qualified to vote went
to the polls in a body and all cast
prohibition ballots.
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If you haven't decided about sum
mer work call nt 208 Press BIdg., fore
noons this week. :tt
C. R. Tillotson, 190!, and A. G.!
Hamll, 1909, roturned from North
Platte, Nebr., Monday night, whoro
they wore assisting Professor Philips
of tho forestry dopartmont In planting
trees for tho govornmot.
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The first of the three remaining
unlvcrlsty dances for this social sea
son will be held Friday evonlng, May
7th. This Is the company B hop. The
hop Is to be held In Walsh hall.
Tickets $1.00. Thornburg's orchestra
will furnish the music.
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Tho scheduled gamo In tho Inter
fraternity league for" Wednesday be
tween PIH Gamma Delta and Alpha
Theta Chi has boon postponed until
noxt Monday, May 10, on account of
the absence of Prouty, the Phi Gnmma
Doltn pitcher, who Is on the varsity
baseball trip.
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It has been announced by the de
partment of military sclonce that the
charges for camp oxponses this year
would be $5.00 for each cadot. This is
higher in proportion to the amount
charged last year, but one .more day
will be spent In camp than has been
spent In former years.
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I LIJPWIG Trousers fr0
THE MANHATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERS,
Expert Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing.
You no doubt have heard lots of the Manhattan, but
you will never know all about the fine work we do
unless you give us a trial. Our pressing is fine. Let
us have your spring suit and you will be surprised at
what we can do. Call Bell Phone F918. 208 So. 12
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BROKEN LENSES-Save the Scraps 1
No matter whoro you got your glasses or hew complex their formula, 8
I can duplicate them oxactly. .fust flick up the pic-cos and brinir to O
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Est. 1871. HALLETT,:Reg. Optometrist 1143 O 8
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1 GREGORY, the Tailor
Has a dandy lino of goods for Spring Suits. Ho also
does tho best cleaning and pressing in the city.
14th & O Streets - - - Auto 3264
FRATERNITIES SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders.
Give Us a Trial Order.
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WHITEBREAST CO.
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