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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRI., 8AT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 14-15
THE 8MART SET and 8. H. DUDLEY
HIS HONOR THE BARBER
EVE $1.00 to 25c. MAT 50 & 25c
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 17
JA8. T. JEFFRIES GOTCH
TUESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 18
Mats Wed. & 8at. Prices 15c & 25c
Beginning Monday Evening, Jan. 10
Louise Evan Shipman's
Romantic Military Drama
Will Be Presented By
THE LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
EvenlngB at 8:30 15c, 25c and 35c
Bell A-869 Both Phones Auto 2398
Next Week "A TEXA8 STEER"
WEEK 8TARTING JANUARY 10
EDWINA BARRY & CO.
Vini FT KING
N BOOTBLACK QUARTETTE
FOGG & ALGER
Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8:30
15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
SELECT PITTS' SEUCT
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Special Ratts to Students
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladlci Fre Monday
16th and O St.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O Btreot
Tho Inter-frnt athletic board meets
at 11:15 this niorniiiR In Dr. Clapp's
Eat at Don Cnmeron'B Cafe, 11-119
So. 12th street.
A meeting of the freshman hop com
mittee Is called for 11 o'clock this
morning In U 112.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Have you tried the Evans Laundry?
Their work deserves yuur patronage,.
Professor Q. E. Condra will address
the teachers of Omaha and Douglas
county at Omaha, Saturday afternoon.
Gentlemen's Pumps. Ladles' Even
ing Slippers. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
The senior class will meet at 11 a.
m., today to receive the reports of
the senior play and other committees.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Did you fall and break your
glasses? Lenses replaced. Howo, op
tician, 319 No. Twelfth G2-3t
C. L. Cole, 190G, now a testing en
gineer In Chlpago, was recently mar
ried to a Milwaukee girl.
Roy Cockran, 1905, and Miss Wini
fred Gould were married during the
holidays. They will reside at Kear
ney, where Mr. Cockran is principal of
Lost A physics note book. Finder
please return to "Rag" office. Vorna
Sophomore basket ball candidates
are requested to meet in memorial
hall at 4:00 p. m., today. It Is im
portant that tho work should bo start
ed at once.
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
Mr. Walsh, a special student In
mining engineering at the University
bor of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr.
Brown is a reporter on tho stato Jour
nal. He was president of his class
during tho socond semester of Us
senior jtjar and managing editor of
tho ilrat Cornhusker. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown will reside in Lincoln.
Any Suit or Overcoat
to your measure during this
L. J. HERZOG
1230 O St. Lincoln
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
we now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get aa
as you can at ournew store? No
'' need of being crowded.
K. ltCn en S. W. Corner
Prof. Alway Responsible for Publica
tion of Experiment Station.
Tho Nebraska Experiment Station
has jiiBt issued Bulletin No. 111. en
titled, "Changes in the Composition of
tho Ioess Soils of Nobrnskn Cnuaod
by Cultivation." Prof. R .1. Alwny Ih
Tho bulletin Ih Issued na a prelim
inary answer to tho often UBked ques
tion: "To what extent has tho fertility
of tho soli of NobraBlm been depleted
and what will be tho result of the
continuance of tho present inothodB of
farming?" The analyses reported In
tho bulletin Indicate wherein tho chief
changes In composition havo taken
placed urinp tho past thirty to fifty
years of cultivation and also wherein
tho most rapid changes of tho future
are to bo expected.
The term "loess," whilo still nioro
or less unfamiliar to tho fnnnorB. will
gradually become well known to thorn,
as It is tho namo of tho deep, unifm.
stone-free, heavy loan) soli which
covorB nearly all tho southeantfrn half
of, tlo state.
Tho bulletin gives tho resulm of
tho analysis of many samples of noil
taken at different depths rom th-i sur
face Inch to tho sixth foot. It nlito
shows tho composition of tho surfaco
boII of pralrlo fields compared with
that of adjacent long cultivated Holds
the history of which Is known.
It -would appear from tho analysos
that the only form of plant food that
has as yet shown a diminution suffi
cient to bo dotoctcd by chemical an
alysis is nitrogen. Tho only Impor
tant soil constituents, whothcr used as
plant food or not, that havo doclincd
appreciably after thirty to fifty yoars
of cultivation, aro tho nltrogon and tho
organic matter. These two constitu
ents fall and rise together. Thoy do
crease rapidly in amount from tho sur
faco downward. Accordingly tho
washing away or blowing away of tho
surfaco soil will mako tlio soil pooror
in thoso constituents. Tho greatest
Iobbcs In tho past havo boon causod by
washing or blowing. Tho content of
tho other forms of plat food Is rather
higher In tho subsoil than In tho sur-
Our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale
rill on Hats, Shirts, Sweaters, Vndor-
I w I m wear, Suitcases and Bags
1325 O St. Continues This Week
of Colorado, visited tho departments
of geography and geology a fow days
Havo your eyos examined. G. W.
Howo, 319 No. Twelfth. 50-st
Prof. N. . Bongston 1b In Falrbury
today to deliver two lectures beforo
tho farmers' Institute there. His sub
jects will foe "Rural Water Supply
In Nebraska," and "Rural Geography
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
The university herbarium this week
received a collection of from 500 to
600 plants from California. They wore
from tho northern part of that state,
a region, bo far rather poorly repre
sented In tho herbarium.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. i2th and O.
The boxing class under Jack Best's
direction, was organized Tuesday
evening with a good Initial member
ship. There Is still room for a few
addltlanal members, but all must start
by next Tuesday. After that time no
nod admissions, will bo, made.
Shoo sale, Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
Thome A. Brown, 1907, anil Mlsa
Zoo, Chonowlth, ox-1911, were married
last evening at the home of tho bride's
parents in Ohtowa. Tho "bride was
last year a 'well known co-ed, a mom-
faco soil and, accordingly, It Is inju
riously affected by tho removal of but
To maintain tho supply of nltrogon
and organic matter, It will bo nocos
sary to provent tho romoval of surfaco
soil by wind or water In so far as pos
sible Further, tho burning of straw
and stalk! should bo avoided and all
barnyard manure should bo returned
to tho land. Even if these precautions
bo observed thoro will bo a steady do
clino in tho cultivated Holds unless
legumes (clover or alfalfa) bo grown
or tho produco of other fields bo fed
and tho manure applied. By growing
clover or alfalfa tho nltrogon and or
ganic matter may bo increased at tho
same time that a profitable crop Is obtained.
lloxtnff Mioiilitbe practiced by every inn ttnnrihoy.
Knowledge of elf-lcrciie In Invnlunhle. The
eiercUe loxhiir nfTordx 1m lltln m rucrtrnl lirntlfi
The bent tnnde kIovcx uliould be icd In practice mid
tnntclie. Kencli Iloxlnft Glove fire linc(iui1lcd In quality
of material, workuiiumlilp and flnliili. Titty at e fully
Kencli iloxlttg Olovm are nlwny lined by many of
loxlnK'ftKreatril exponent. Mot oithr notnblc feature
In k'ovcm lined In clinniploulilp content are Reach
',icnto be found only In Kencli Olovr.
The Rg&fiv Guarantee
Tht Rtteh Ittdt Mark guiranff tf ptrltcl goedi. Should dt-
ircu appear, wc win rrpiacc anjr article iDtoiuitlf with
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American I.eoKiie ball. The REACH bnll T A.J.
I1011I1I lie nfl liy nil collcircnnd F RFiril PA
tinivcrNiiy team. pF ""'"'" v
1799 Talk SL,
Walt's Full Orchestra
INDOOR ATHLETICS !
SCIPIO OFFERS A NEW COUR8E.
Elective In Heating and Ventilation
Open to M. E. Students.
During tho .second semester Prof. L.
A. Scipio, of the department of me
chanical engineering, will offer n now
elective course in heating and ven
tilation, for which two hours credit
will be allowed. Tho course will bo
open to all studonts who have com
pleted M. E. 10. This very important
subject has been heretofore neglected
in tho engineering curriculum and it
Is believed that tho courso will bo pop
ular and profitable because the scir
entitle principles involved in tho heat
ing and ventilation of building should
be well understood by practicing engineers.
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