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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1910)
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IN "A MATINEE IDOL"
Prices $1.50 to 50c
DP W 0 1 T HOPPtR
Frl., 8at. and Sat. Matinee Jan 21, 22
MR. TIM MURPHY
Mats., Wed and Sat. 15c and 25c.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 17.
""Chas. H. Hoyt's Political Satire
A TEXAS STEER
Will Be Presented by
THE LYRIC STOCK CO.
Eyening at 8:30 15c, 25c and' 35c
LABOR TEMPLE BENEFIT
Monday Evening, Jan. 17.
Next Week "An Innocent Sinner."
WEEK STARTING JANUARY 17
M'CONNELL & SIMPSON
FOUR DANCING BUGS
BARNES & CRAWFORD
Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8:3b
15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
SELECT PUTS' SLECT
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Sptolal Rates to Students
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladles Frc Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
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
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes rented with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
y Rebuilt Machines
.Lincoln Typiwrltir Exohingi
xAuto 1155. Bell 1181. 122 No. llth
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
C. A. tucker
S " ' OPTICIAN
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
K - Year FatrMe-5oUcite4
C, H. Prey, florist, 11330 street. .
The fxeshmnn color committee will
meet today nt 11 a. m.. In II 112.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, llr-119
So. 12th street
Miss 'Esther Devalon, ex-1911, of
Omaha was n visitor nt Alphn 'Onii
corn PI house over Sunday.
Green's Sanitary Barber 8hop. 120
Clnrk Denny of Omaha, n former unl
versify Btudent. visited fraternity
Chnpln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
The freshman constitution commit
tee will meet In U 102 at, 11 a. m to
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Have you tried the EvunB Laundry?
Their work deserves your patronage.
ThornbuiK's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
For Rent Furnished rooms in nil
modern houso; hot water heat La
dles preferred. 1225 U St. Auto 2588,
Hell F2737. 63-5t
Shoo sale. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
A course In beginning Spanish will
be j;lven next semester at 9:00 a. m.,
dally, in rase" ten students desire-the
work. Those interested In the course
will pleaso report by January 22, TJ
301. ' 04-ot
Wanted A "room mate. Address
box 1T8B. Sta. A. ', 0l-3t
Edward Schurlg of Omaha will ai
-dress -the Nebraska . .branch - of the
neers in the engineering building to
night at 8 o'clock. His subject will
ho "Electrical Engineering Contract-
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium, 12th and O.
Eh I J I 1 Discount on Furnishings
1 ULtAY and Hats Better Buy
1325 O Street Now
F. A. Crltes, 1909, of Omaha, was nn
over-Sunday guest at Sigma Nu house.
The junior class meets at 11:30 to
day in the Temple to elect -members
of the Inter-class debating boa.rd.
Qtber matters of business, Including
committee reports, may come before
fitudonts expecting to, enter tho De
partment of Philosophy tho ensuing
semester are requested tansk aftlfe.
registrar's ofllco or nt the" ofllcoB "of
the department (rooniB 111, 110, -Li
brary iHisenienfJ'for copies of tho "do7
partmentnl announcement. Besides
a'fuli list of available courses, these
announcements contain tho depart
ment's 'Suggestions to Students," de
signed to guide those unfamiliar with"
tho work In the selection of courses.
. Notice is hereby given that any sub
scrJperv whoyantsJiJ8. ..subscription,
discontinued at the qnd of the present
semester must notify the management
of the Nebraskan of that fact; other
wise his copies will continue to be sent
to Station 'A, and he will be charged
with next semester's subscription.
FJailure to taTtehls papers ffom Sta
tlon A will not constitute such notice.
This requirement 'Is simply made tb
protect the management from toss, as
the potsoffice furnishes 'no records of
papers which are not called for. ' A
moment's thought will show the necesi
sity for this request, and if subscrib
ers will act accordingly, the manage
ment will be saved a considerable
amddni of expense and trouble'. I 63-7t
All reports and maps assigned' in
gfeograh'hy IX and field geology V and
vnmuBt bo hnndod In boforo Jan. 25,-
1910, In- order to receive full credit.
Rimless glasses. Special rates to
students. Howe.o optician, 319 No.
Monarch Pool Hall und Bowling
Alleys, 1134 N.
PROM TICKETS ON SALE
' TO JUNIOR CLASS ONLY
GENERAL PUBLIC MU8T WAIT
TILL LATER IN WEEK.
INNOVATION INTRODUCED THIS WEEK
Third Year Men to Have First Chance
at Prom Privileges Commit
tee Reserves the Cab
Junior prom managers are going to
Introduco an Innovation this wook in
the sale of tickets. Instead of open
ing up tho sale at once to the general
university public as has been tlto cus
tom. Chnlrmnn Hathaway will toduy
soil tlckots to juniors duly. This sys
tem will prevail until Thursday, on
which day the public will be given a
Tho prom Is to bo limited to eighty
couples. This Is the statement of Mr.
Hathaway, "r will give you my word,"
he Bald yesterday, "that only eighty
pnid tickets will be sold. All told
there will bo only ono or two more
than ninety-live couples on the floor."
Tho scheme Introduced by tho
Juniors is a new ono at Nebraska. It
has been tried ul other schools, but
nover before here; "TJie Idea at, tho
bottom of the plan Is ithat the dunce
Is primarily a Junior class affair. Con
sequently It Is believed that Juniors
should have the first right to tickets.
Reserve Cabs Too.
The committee plans to go even
fur,ther.lhan this in JLts assuring the
juniors, first privileges. Already most
of the party cabs in the city havd
boon resorved for the evening of the
prom. Tho commltteo has made ar
rangements to reserve all other party
cabs, including those operated by the
smaller liveries. Theso will be held
for By -and By.
'for Juniors until Thursday. Every
ticket sold to a Junior will carry with
It tho prlvllogCHif a cab reservation.
Tho cab scheme grew out of the de
sire of some students to havo the
reservation as a part of tho ticket
privileges. It was proposed thai. the
commltteo take over all the cabs at
a lump sum and then sell, them to tho
ticket purchasers, including tho cab
price In tho cost of the. ticket. In
stead of doing this, liowqvcr. the. com-,,
mlttee will simply see to It that the
juniors hayo tho first chance on tho
cabsr " ' "
JUnlors Meet Today.
Tho juniors will meet in the Temple
a 11:30 today to hear commltteo ro-J
porta and to elect members of the
inter-class debating board. At that
tlmo tho prom commltteo will further
stnto Us plans.
"We are surq of a good attendance,"
said tho chairman yeBtordny. "Wo do
not need to niako hney diTtho 'prom,
howeter, and wo do .not Intend to.
We wnnta good dance and are not
going to crowd it. Tho Hmft 1b meant,
and I feel personally responsible for
lmnirjng tho -faithful performance' of
Ibis .promise. Tho fakes that t havo
been made' in, tho past make students
uriwllllng to believe" tho sincerity of
such statements. But in this caso it
Js Bincere, and 'late purchasers will
flild out tho realness of it to their
cost" . 'n
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amcoiopu. mo rraterniues ai uorneu)
havo suffered from .flro o t"he extent
of 340,997.33. .- .
AmiOurico, during tho ronmindor of tho wook,
A Clearance Sale
of Men's Shirts
makes, as well as
Plaited and plain regular styles, fash
ioned of fine woven or printed madras
in a big collection of desirable colors
and patterns. Coat models, cuffs
attached. Sizes range 14 to 17 1-2.
This sale will prove a big event to those ac
quainted with the quality'of these Shirts now
marked, at these extremely low prjees. These
prices are brought about solely on account of
our determination not to carry these Shirts
over from one season to another.
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