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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1910)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8.15
THE W0RLD8 GREATE8T
Mme. Schuman - Heink
8TEINWAY PIANO U8ED
Prices 2.00 ti 1.00
PLENTY OF GOOD 8EAT8 LEFT
Mats. Wed. and 8at. Prices 15c & 25c
Beginning Monday Evening, Jan. ,3.
THE LYRIC 8TOCK CO.
The 8creamlng 4-Act Farce Comedy
By Horace V. Noble.
Every Evening at 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c
A Thrilling War Drama
jj. Gleanings M
WEEK 8TARTING JANUARY 3
CHARLES THE FIRST
The Nearly Human Monkey
AND 8EVEN MORE BIG ACT8
Matinee at 2:30, 15c and 25c.
Evening at 8:30, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
All makoa rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 1105. Boll 1181. 123 No. 11th
Any Suit or Overcoat
to your measure during this
L. J. HERZOG
1230 O St. Lincoln
Lindsay Gas Lamp
Jnnt ttia Light for BtudonU 9CV
Owl Pharmacy, 14th & 0
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Ttr Patrttagc Solicited
arc now in season Do you know
any place where ydu can get as
as you. can at ournew store? No
' need of being crowded
K. ltCnen S. W.- Corner
C. H. Prey, florlBt, 1133" O stroot
Professor Condra will deliver lec
tures Saturday afternoon and ovonlng
beforo tho County Teachors' Associa
tion at Grand Island.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 1 11-119
So. 12th street
Tho Ijitln Club will meot Tuesday
at 8 p. m. with Miss Powoll, 226 north
26th street. A play, "Medea of Sen
eca," will be rendered by membors
of the club.
Green's 8anltary Barber Shop. 120
The Art Club will hold tho first
meeting since Its organization Iff the
art rooms In tho library at 2:30 Sat
urday afternoon. All art students aro
invited to attend.
Gentlemen's PumpB. Ladles' Even
ing Slippers. Bcckman Bros., 1107 O.
Lost January 5, a gold watch fob,
BOino'whcro on campus. Return to No-
braakan office. G8-3t
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Professor Erwln Hopt was called to
his homo in tho southwestern part of
tho stato last week by tho sickness of
a relative C. P. Chaso ta'ln charge
of tho department of field crops dur
ing his absence.
Thornburg'a Orchostra. Auto G877.
G. G. Gilbert, J. P. Coupo and Vnl
Kuska, graduates last year of tho ag
ricultural college aro doing short
coufso work at farmers' institutes this
winter. This week thoy are Instruct
ing In various branches at the Intui
tu to at Blair.
Havo your oyos oxamlnecf. G. W.
Howe, 319 No. Twelfth. 00-st
Professor StovonB gavo a copy of
his now song, "Tho Cornhuskor," to
each member of tho band Wednesday
ovonlng. Ho has written anothor song
for tho univorslty which will bo pub
Our Clearance Sale
has four mo "e days to run. Stocks are. larger than usual, but we urge that you
come in at once while lines are yet complete. "
We've bunched our KENSINGTON Suits and 0'coats into four lots at
$11.75, $14.75, $18.75, and $26.75
"BARQAINS, ALL OF THEM
Manhattan ShirtS All at Cloaranco PrieoH $1.15, $1,38, and $1.88 for 8hlrt Moith tip to I2.B0
MAGEE & DEEMER
There's Nothing Cheap about our Sales Except Price
The Discount Sale
of our Men's and Young Men's
Fine Clothing includes every
Suit and Overcoat in the house.
It's a good time to buy clothes
that will PROVE SATISFACTORY
go, totally blind Blnco sho was eight
yearH old, a student at tho University
of Chicago, was oloctod to tho Phi
Bota Kappa Sosloty, an honor confer
red by tho univorslty for high scholar
ship. Tho announcement was mado at
tho recent convocation, at tho Bamo
tlmo that Miss FrankBon was awarded
tho tltlo of assoclato in lltorature.
10 to 50 Per Cent Off on Everything
Before Invoicing Except
Waterman Pens, Single Stone Diamonds, Howard Watches
Gillette Razors and Society Pins.
ESTABLISHED 1871 HALLETT "43 O STREET
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P 8ts.
Dr. G. E. Condra spent a part of
ho last vacation in Oklahoma and
Toxas. At tho Univorslty of Texas ho
vlBlted Professors Wobster and Hoald
and Mr. Wolf, all of whom woro for
merly connected with tho University
of NobraBka. Ho sayB thoy aro still
very loyal Nobraakana.
Soo Lincoln Dancing Acadomy dis
play ad. 5C-58-G9
Tho department of geography is pro
paring slides on tho rural wator sup
ply of Nebraska to bo used in loc
turcs beforo tho farmers of tho stato
thlB winter. This Important question
is interesting tho farmers and many
letters aro received by tho depart
ment containing questions and asking
advice. Tho slides aro from charts
drawn in tho department
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorlum. 12th and O.
rrho attendance of students at their
classes tho first day after vacation is
being much commented on around tho
campus. Ono professor, who has
been in tho university a long time,
said ho never Baw tho attendance so
good. Eight o'clock classes woro prac
tically full opening day, something
never before heard of. Tho new rul
ing as Co excuses was partly respons
ible for this condition.
Miss Theodora J. Franlsen of Chlca-
Slnco coming to tho university three
yearn ago Miss Frankson has won a
scholarship each year. So far as is
known, sho is tho first blind girl to ro
colvo tho distinction of election to Phi
Thoro was a young man from Crete,
Who was in quest of something to
Said a co-ed who knew whore tho lux
"Tako a hlko to tho Fair, Man-of-Croto!"
"I'm a mutt in a rutt!" sighed a Soph
omore, Dejected, despondent, forlorn.
"When I'm out of school I feel like a
I've tho vim of a snail on a thorn 1"
Drop in tho County,
Drop in tho County,
Drop In tho County Fair.
I've a growing fancy for you, little
girl o' mine,
And I've a hunch you sort o fancy
I'vo a growing fancy for you, modeBt
maid o mine,
In fact you aro my thirty-thJrd degree.
PI like youl Gad', I
Tako her to tho County,
Tako her to the County,
Tako her to the County Fair. '
THE LAST DAY
OF THE GREAT
Plenty of Bargains for
Miller & Paine
January -21Q- ;. .
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