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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1910)
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TONIGHT, 8AT. AND 8AT. MAT.
Eve., 756 to 25c; Mat., 25c and 10c
Tues., Wed. and Wed. Mat., Feb. 15-16
FRIDAY, FEB. 1&7-LOUI8 MANN
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FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladlca Free Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
j SELECT SELECT
(BoysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Nbrtheait Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in'
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 1165. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
. , UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
'. S. S. Sheati .
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
1 ' Your Patronac Solicited
WU& iL P i PW
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C. H. Frey,( florist, 1133 O street.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity will glvo
an Informal house party on Feb. 18.
Thornburg's OrchoBtra. Auto 5877.
The English Club will meot with'
Miss Morrison at 1631 F street, to
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Eat at Don "CameroVs Cafe, 11M19
8b. 12th street
Knthorlno Hole and Bculah Jennings
will entertain the Caesav class of tho
model high school today.
Wanted Walter at Western Hotel,
731 O St. 7G-3t
Found Fountain pen. Owner may
have same by paying for this ad. 78-3t
" Learn the new and fancy dances,
Saturday night. Lincoln Dancing
Found Plain gold seul ring with in
itial "B." Owner may have samo by
paying for this ad. 75-6t
This morning at 9 o'clock in Rhet
oric 3 P work will begin on one of a
series of modern plays, which will
constitute clnss work for this semes
ter. This is a diversion from
the course which has formerly been
given under Miss Howell. Hereto
fore Shakespearian plays have been
taken up in this course. This change
was granted at tho request of almost
tho entire class.
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Dort't See the Tailor About Your Spring Suit
till you've investigated the possibilities of Kensington Clothes,
We choose the fabric, name .the style, pick out
the linnihg material for each suit before the
manufacturer gets the order made up, you try
it on as it hangs pressed in bub new dust-proof
cabinets. An expert tailor then fits it to you.
What more is there to vtailor-macle clothes?
No tailor in Lincoln has the trade dfc facilities for putting
out the eqnal of Kensington Clothes.
Magele & Deemer
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ELECTION OF GLASS
FRE8HMEN CHOOSE PRESIDENT
FOR COMING SEMESTER.
NUMBERED BALLOTS ARE USED
Coffee Elected on First Ballot, With
Little Opposition All Old
The freshman class hold a meeting
in. Memorial hall at 11:30 a. m. yes
terday to elect tho now semester's
president. Ex-President Miss Yates
BROKEN LENSES-Save the Scraps
No inattor whore you got your glasses or how complex thoir
formula, I cau duplicate thom exactly. Just pick up tho
piocoH and bring thom to mo, I'll do tho rost.
HALLETT, Registered Optometrist
1143 O STREET
Lost A hunting co.bo gold watch,
at the Junior prom. Initials "R. O. W."
'on case. Return to Nobraskan.offlco
and receivo reward. 75- t
J!hQ.-EalladIan.JLilterary -Society will
have thoir regular weekly meeting in
the hall UiIb evening. Instead of a
literary program tho evening will bo
turned over to a St. Valentino party
for tho members of tho society.
Valentine party and dance, Monday,
February 14. Lincoln Dancing Acad
emy. All students Invited. Quick's
Dr. E. M. Cramb, Osteopathic Phy
sician, U. of N. '99 Burlington block.
"'Tho Young Men's Republican Club
will hold a banquet Saturday night at
tho Lincoln hotel. Tho Uniyerslty Re
publican Club members will attend. O.
B. Clark, prosidont of tho university
club, is on tho toast list.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Try a lunch at tho Y. M, C. A. Spa.
13th and.P Sts.
Weak eyes made strong. Howe,
Optician, 319 No. 12th. " 75-G
Miss Mlnnio Swanson, ox-'ll, of
Oakland, Nob., was united in mqr
riago to C. W. Force of Oakland on
Tuesday of this -week. Mr. Force is n,
hardware dealer In Oakland, and with
his wife aro attending tho hardware,
dealers' convention in this city. A
number of Mrs. Force's Palladlan
friends gave her a rousing charlvail
last evening at tho Dolavan hotel,
where they are stopping.
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Glasses, a necessary 'ovll. Howe,
Optician, 319 No. .12th. "77-at
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' Lost Gold watch fob, on campus.
Reward for return to Js'fcbraskan of
fice. ' 76-3t
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorium, ' Auto 1708.
called tho class to order, and tho
minutes of tho last mooting were read
and approved. Tho president then, in.
ordor to avoid and difficulty or mis
,taltQsJxenupolnted-jnenibor of tho.
class on committees under the consti
tution. Tho work of these commit
tees is not quite finished, and this
will give thom an opportunity to com
plete thoir work.
Nominations for president were then
declared in order, and after tho sec
ond call Mr, McConnell made a nom
inating speech in favor of H. B. Eng
lish. Mr. Radcllffo then In a fow
well chosen words nominated Harry
B. Coffee. Tho nominations were then
closed by a unanimous vote. Tho final
H. B. English, 51.
Hr B. Cdffeo, 139.
Mr, Coffeo was doclarod elected by
a majority of elghty-olght votes.
A little enthusiasm was apparent
during tho meeting, but on tho whdlo
it, went; .off very quietly. Tho enumer
ated ballot system was uspd the first
time in this class during this election,
and was considered to bo a Very com
mendable feature of it, insuring abso
lute fairness and a square deal to both
candidates. Count of tho freshmen,
present was taken by entirely disin
terested people, and the. ballots taken
In by check. Ono, hundred and ninety
three ballots .were given out, ono hun
dred and ninety returned, and three
unaccounted for. .
Tho timo of tho election of the
minor omcers of tho class of '13 will
bo announced later. ,
A Year In College.
$250 cash or a year in college can
bo easily earned by ono young man
or ono young lady in each county In
tho United States, Plan easy and does
not Interfere with other employment.
Stato name of Institution you wish to
attend.' No money renuired. For par
ticulars address M. H. Pemberton, Co
lumbia, Mo, 78
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