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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1909)
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' , ALL SUMMER.
Every Night, 8:30. Th'unftil Sat. Mat.
GRACE HAY WARD
' And Associate Players
The Girl of the (apjden We
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Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
The Tower of London
Hunting Big Game In Africa
Ten Other Great Productions
80NG8, TRAVELOGUE8 MUSjC
Matinee Dally 2:00 to 6:00 5c
Every Night, 7:30 to 116 & 10c.
Week Starting May 24th
THE FULTON 8TOCK CO.
Present the Great Romantic Play
In the palace of the king
MIbs Snld May Jackson
Mr. Horace V. Noblo
All the Old Favorites and Ten New
People In the Cast.
Every Night at 8:30.
Matinees Wed., and 8 at., at 2:30
BEST 3EAT8 25 CENT8.
I A -V t r f k f . 'i
The Western League uses
w t m m t w i v m
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Why? Because they are the
best. Victor Baseball and
Tennis Supplies. We have
the very latest styles at at
Lawlor Cycle Company
E Ta3 STREO i
All Makes of Second-
hand Typewriters sold,
rented, or exchange!.
Co., 714 P St., Both Phones.
L. J; H
THE UNIVERSITY HUB'S TAILOR
Come In and get that 5J5.00 Suit .
to your, order
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
" " Welcomes all BtudeniaL
Bm ninrc wa Surer LstUr
O UlMhS Inlaid Work
B r IT L,tJ specialty.
UNI SMOKE HOUSE -
, 1182 O Btroei '
Do Your Washing
C. H. Prey, florist 1133 jO St.
Harry Porter. Ho has it. 1123 O St
Men's feootory, Twelfth and P Sta;
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 8o.
Twelfth St. ' ' ' '
Chapln Bros.,' florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. H. B. Pierce, 1012, of Genoa, Nobr.,
has pledged Alpha Theta Chi.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 203
Burr block. '"'
Dalrymplo'B Quality Shop. Thir
teenth and N.
The beBt lunch In the city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 18 ft P.
The Nebraskan will sell a 950 wheel
for $25. to' you waat it?
Tho members of the Kappa Alpha
Thota sorority will give an informal
cjancjng party at the state farm Sat
New spring styles in footwear now
on display. Bockman Bros., 1107 O St.
If you want a btayclo call at the Ne
braskan office. A $50. wheel for 126.
Now is tho time for tan, brown and
bronze oxfords. You will find all tho
late, up-to-date stylos at Rogers & Per
kins, 1129 O Btreot.
Why not take your bah at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh' and' Pl streets 7
Select School of Dancing, Lincoln
Academy, new location, 1124 N. Auto
Tho examination of Professor B. Q.
Montgomery of tho state farm faculty
for a mastor's degree In botany will
be hold at 10 o'clock this morning.
Have you seen Townsend's sorority
panel. Now, most artiBtlc and in
In the Juno Ibbuo of "Country LIfo
In America" will appear an article by
Claude P. Pordyco, who is a student
in tho university medical college nt
Some now tan shades in men's
summer oxfords, just arrived at tho
Men's Bootory, Twelfth and P. Sts.
Tho members of tho Pi Beta Phi
sorority will be entertained this even
ing at tho governor's mansion by Miss
Grace Shallonborgor, who Is a mom
bor of tho sorority.
Seniors should pay their play dues
and get tickets at tho Library. Tues
days and Thursdays, eleven to twelve.
Tho Cornhusker rate on pictures is
good until tho closo qf tho semester.
Order duplicates early. Townsend. 6t
Your car fare would pay foi a nice
lunch at The Boston Lunch. Why
Dean Fordyce of the Teacher's col'
lege, gave the commencement address
of ( the , Tocumsoh high school , last
bvonlhg. Ho has similar engagements
at Contral City tonight, and at Vaipar
Ibo; Saturday ovonlng.
Seniors who doslro pictures with
out cap and gown aro entitled to tho
Cornhusker rato until closo of somes
tor. Townsend. 6t
It has been announced that tho
members of tho Pershing Rifles will
leave on their annual hiko Tuesday,
Juno 1. This hlkq will 1)0 taken to
Ashland, Nobr., this year, whoro tho
annual encampment of tho cadot bat
talion will bo hold.
All cadots should plan to attond the
morning porformanco of tho sonior
play, Juno 8. Tickets can bo obtained
at tho Library, Tuesdays and Thurs
days, ovelen to twelve.
I want fifteen aotlvo young mon to
wrlto health and nccidont Insurance
in an old lino stock company, ono
of tho strongest in the country. Good
opportunity for hustler to mnko somo
money this summor.- C. B. Tlngloy,
district manager, room 4, 141 So.
Wanted College men of tho "llvo
wiro variety, who earnestly doslro to
make money during tho vacation per
iod. A pre-eminontly logitimato oppor
tunlty to mako from $500 to $6,000.
State your homo town, and addross
Earl W. Donaho, U. of I., '08, No. 935,
Tho Rookory, Chicago.
Whilo waiting to participate In tho
competitive drill yestorday at tho state
farm Prlvato Funks of Company D
was accldently struck by a bayonot
JuBt below thq loft eyo. Tho Injury
will not prova serious, but had it been
half an Inch higher would havo de
stroyed his sight.
Dr. Charles William Wallaco and
wlfo, of tho department of English lit
erature, leave today for their usual
summer of research work in European
archives on tho drama and stage of
ShakoBpoaro's time. This is thoir
sixth season of Buch work. Dr. Wal
lace's work already published in this
field has been reviewed by EngllBh
and German scholars as ono of tho
most important works ever dono on
tho Shakespearean period. Two stu
dents who havo already taken tho A.
M. degreo in tho department will
work with Dr. Wallaco In tho archives
for tho purpose of collecting now ma
terial for their doctor's theses.
Wishes Advanced 8tudents.
I should like to consult with a few
studonts with referonco to advanced
courses in botany for next yoar. I
havo so many requests for mon who
havo been thoroughly trained in bot
any for Oiling positions as investi
gators or teachers that I should liuo
to havo more men preparing them
solves for such work. It muBt bo un
derstood, howovor, that It requires
mora than a year's study of botany to
fill these requirements. Usually not
losB than three years of successful
work aro necessary, arid frequently I
am asked to nomlnato a man who has
taken his second degreo. I have at
tho presont time on my desk applica
tions for persons to fill throe botani
cal positions in colleges and yet I
have no one loft who Is available.
CHARLES E. BESSBY.
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Brooches, collar-pins, belt-pins and novel designs,
make smart, but Inexpensive gradu- A diamond rlnn. the Ideal alft.
atlon gifts. . 8peclal values at '$15.00, $25.00,
uuiun cuiiar pins in many new $3o.uu, $3Q,uo.
Est. 1871. HALLETT R. Qptonietrist 1143 O
GREGORY, the Tailor
Has a dandy line of goods for Spring Suits. He also
does the best cleaning and pressing in the city.
Mth & O Streets
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YOU WILL FIND IN THE NEW
THQMPSQN SUMMER 8TY-Ef
MANY DE8IQN8 AND PATTERNS
THAT ARE DISTINCTLY "YOUNG
MANNI8H," DECIDEDLY RIQHf
FOR COLLEGE MEN.
"TH0MP80N 8HOES,"$3.60, $4.00
8HOW THE GREATEST STRIDES
EVER MADE TOWARD "SHOE PEp.
8EE NEW ARRIVAL8.
12tt and P
BEST LINE TO
SOUTH and IAST
Leave Lincoln 7:40 a. m., aprive
Kansas City 5:20 p. m. vith CAFE
OBSERVATION CAR from Union
to Kansas City. Leave Lincoln 1 0:00
p. m., arrive Kansas City 7:20 a. m.
with PULLMAN SLEEPER open
for occupancy at 9:00 p. m.
Falls City Local via Talmage and Rubct'm leaves
daily except Sunday at 2KX) p. m. .Summer Tourist Rates
now on sale to principal Resorts. Full information at City
Office, S. W. Corner J2th and O Streets.
F. D. CORNELL, P. & F. Agt
HOW AiOUT THE SUMtyERDAYS?
DO YOU WANT TO TURN THEM IN-
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We have the proposition that will enable you to do It If you are willing'
Jo work. We want 100 student canvassers this summer to Introduce The!
Housekeeper with a big premium offer. Good, clean, profitable work,
suitable for men or women. By writing now you can get your choice of
territory. You can make from $15,00. to $30,000 per week. Far full nartte.
Auto 3264 Q ulars address Superintendent of Agents.
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Saturday Only, 5-25-'09
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