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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1910)
J, TONIGHT AT 8:15
WM. GREW STOCK CO.
In "The Morning After the Night
.Eve., 35c, 25c, 15c Mat. 25c and 10c
SAT. MAT. AND NIGHT, FEB. 5
Mat.,' $1.00 to 25$ Eve., $1.50 to 50c
Mats., Wed. and 8at. 15c and 25c
Beginning Monday Eve, January 31
THE LYRIC 8TOCK COMPANY
The Society Comery Drama
By C. Hadden Chambers
EVENING8 AT'8:30 15c, 25c and 35c
"UNDER TWO FLAGS."
WEEK 8TARTING JANUARY 31
JOHN B. HYMER
ADAMS & ALDEN
CROSS & JOSEPHINE
VITTORIA & GIROGETTA
HOPKINS & AXTELL
Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8:30
15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c,. 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
I SELECT pTTS SELECT
I c.r.i d cifiM
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladies Fr Monday t
16th and O St. Auto 5405
Next Week Only
$35.00 Sorgo Suit
to Your .Moasuro
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS "
143 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makea rented with Btand $3
per Month. Bargains in .
.. Rebuilt Machines
Llnotln Tvrjtwrltar Exohinr
at Twenty Per
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M Gleanings W
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street.
MIbb Wilbur will take luncheon nt
the Alpha Chi Omega house today
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
"YliaC? Eyestrain. Seo'IIowo, Op
tician,' 319 No. 12th.
Twenty per cent discount on all
pennats. The University Book 8tore.
A dlnnor party will bo given this
evening at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
house In honor of Miss Wilbur.
Mr. Townsend urges as many Corn
buskers as possible to havo tholr. sit
tings during tho week and avoid the
crowd on Saturdays. C7-104
The freshman class meets in the
Temple today at 11:30, lnstoad of Me
morial hall, as previously announced.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, llp-110
So. 12th street
Tlie Delta Delta Delta sorority gave
a dinner in honor of Miss Therc.a
We have a few special bargains.
Thirty off pennants. To get one come
early. The University Book' 8tore.
Seniors and juniors must have tholr
plotures taken nt Townspnd's for the
"CornlniBker" by Fobruary 10.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
Chaplm Bros., florists. 12? So. 13th.
1325 O Street
Sophomore athletes will meet in
tue gyninaBium touay ai p. m. rno
object will be to chooso participants
for the-nieet Saturday.
Learn the new and fancy dances,
Thursdays Lincoln Dancing AcatK"
The Palladian Literary Society will
meet at Townsend's" Saturtftiy ntySho
o'clock to havo group plcturos taho
for the "Cornhusker."
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All orders for sophomore caps must
bo in by Saturday, February G. Or
ders can be given to members of the
committee or to the cap department
of Armstrong Clothing Co.
The dates of the pennant sale, Feb
ruaty 4 to 12 inclusive. The Unlver
sity Book Store.
LoBt Roman gold brooch, wroath
of leaves. xFlndor please leavo at No-
brnskan ofllco and fecelvo reward.
Would you like a trip south?
can show you how to go and
guarhnteo you a good snlary.
209 Press bldg. . -
Members of tho Gormnn. Club
(Deutsche Gesolllgo, Voreln) aro -re
quested to bo at TownsomTs Saturday
afternoon' promptly at ?:15, to havo
thn . nlcturo takon for the "Corn-
j , .
Havo yourclothoa pressod at Wob
ors Sultorfum. Auto 1708. ,. .
G. G. Gilbert, '09, will for tUo next
year b'o in St. Paul as nn instructor In
ngriculturo and stock and corn judg
ing In tho business collcgo thoro.
Profitable omploymont for students!
If you oxpoct to bo out of tho TJnl soo
ond somostor, call 209 Pross bldg.,
n. m. 71-3
Tho Komonsky Club will hold its
semi-annual election mooting on SAt
urday evening in tho nclonco flail of
New class, fancy dances, Gaiety,
F(ve-8tep, Carlyle, etc., Thursdays. 8
p. m. sharp,
Llnfcoln Dancing Acad-70-1-2
The tickets for tho Gorman play,
"Koopnlckor Etrnszo 129," uro going
rapidly. This play will bo glvpn by
tho mombors of tho classes in Gorman
at tho Templo Fobruary 11.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
About thirty studonts are taking be
ginning Spanish this somoHtcr. This
is showing a marked increaso In tho
number taking this language. About
Hoveuty-flvo per cent of these nro
Wunted 215 Cornhuskcrs per day.
Townsend. . ,' G7-10t
Ex-Itegent J. O. ErnBt was a vlHltor
on the cninpuB Monday and visited
the German dopartmont to sco how
the new semestor'H work was progress
ing. He nlso looked at tiio Schilloi
Llndo. which lie planted iu May, 10Q5,
in honor of the hundredth anniversary
of tho grout German poet's death.
One-Fifth to One-Third Off on all
and Soft Hats--Except Stetson
Our stock is large and we must make
room for the big Spring Shipments.
Remember our hats are new and the
shades and shapes are all correct. '
. Havo you seen tho "Sorority Panol"
by Townsond? Something now and
most attractive. 07-lOt
Tho college of law 'at Iowa Univer
sity will movo Into n new $130,000
building -February rifor-tlioirjjecond
Tho lust German play rohuursuls
hnvo been decidedly successful, and
much4s hoped from tho cast on tho
evening t no play Is i bo given, Fob
ruary 11. It is aunouncod that Pro
fessor Steckolberg and his orchestra
will furnish tho music' The Bale of
tickets lias already commenced.
Profcseor Txiwell, astronomer, will
lecture on "The Latest News from
Mars" on tho evening of Fobruary 14.
Tho public Is cordially invited to at
tend tho meeting, which is io be hold,
in tho Tomplo theatre Professor
Lowell will bo entertained by tho Uni
versity Club on tho same evening.
Sophomore class meets in U10G Fri
day nt J5 o'clock, -for tho oloctlon of
members to tho student dobatlng
board. At tholr meeting Tuesday tho
chairman of tho danco commlttcn nnd
tho treasurer will roport.
A Starifqrd freshman -high-Jumped
6 feot 1 1-5 Inches a few days ago,
sotting anow record.
A professor of sociology at tho Unl
vorslty of Wisconsin 'recommends n
school year of twelve monthB.
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