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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
"The Man Who Stood Still."
Mat. $1.00 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 50c.
MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 21. -
PRICE8 $1.50 to 50c.
SFIFO.T I1ITTCM FI FP.T I
WEDNESDAY AND. SATURDAY
Spiolal Rafts to Studtnts
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
. L-dlu Fff c Monday
16th and O St Auto 5405
SIMM OINS 1
e THE PRINTER
E Auto 2810 817 South 12th -
Boys- -My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
M Gleanings m
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 O street
Tho Swedish Club will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock at tho homo of
Thornburgte Orchostra. Auto 5877.
Frank Jossup, '10, Alpha Tau Ome
ga, is back In school aftor an absence
of ono somester.
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Dr. French wont to Fromont yes
terday, where ho actod as a Judgo In a
debato last night.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Albert Freitag has quit school to ac
cept a position with tho Burlington.
Ho left this week for Keonesburg,
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. 0. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Glen Fordyco, supported by a strong
beauty chorus, will reproduce scones
from lato opera in Rhetoric 38 in tho
If yoa aro interested in work for
next semester see tho wear-over man
at Windsor Hotel, 2 to 4 Saturday. 83
Robert Weldonsall, senior secretary
of tho International Y. M. C. A., will
givo tho anniversary address tonight
at tho state convention at University
Place. Mr. Weidensall has been em
ployed as a Y. M. C. A. secretary
Llongor than any other man in Amor-
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
ft I ID Men wanted for sum-
ruun merwork. Excellent
Proposition; Good Money.
Add-css Lock Box 984, Lincoln, Nebraska
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
11 makes rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln TypswrlUr Exohing
Auto 111J5. Bell 1181. 122 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT,
Your Patrwugc Solicited
I euro headaches.
319 No. 12th.
Professors Caldwell and Porslngor
wont to Ashland last ovonlng, whoro
thoy judged tho debato between tho
Ashland and Fromont high schools.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11M19
So. 12th streot
Professor Fossler, head of tho Gor
men department, will toach summor
school this summor at tho Kansas
Stato University, .Lawronco, Kan. Ho
will tako tho placo of Professor Car
ruth, head of tho Gorman dopartmont
Friday is social night. . All .students,
invitod. Bruco's orchestra. Lincoln
Danoing Academy. 81-2t
Ono of tho most interesting cases
that has over appoared in tho moot
courts of tho law school is now In
progress. It is tho caso of Mrs. A. J.
Ludden vs. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong.
Tho attorneys for tho plaintiff aro
Kiplingor and Mutts and thoso for tho
dofonso aro Foster and Stockor.
I havo a fow good positions to offer
honest students who want to work
during tho summer. Seo mo at room
243 Windsor Hotol, from 8 a. m. until
3 p. m. 80-3t.
Edgar Brown of tho seed laboratory
of tho U. S. dopartmont of agriculture
is in tho city Inspecting tho depart
ment of botany and tho sood labora
tories. Mr. Brown has chargo of all
seod testing work for tho IT. S. gov
ernment. Sophomoros Do you want to earn
your college oxpenses for your junior
year? Call 3:30 to 6 p. m., H. L.
Brockway, 229 So. 11th St., Room 5.
1325 O Street
First Shipment of Manhattan
Shirts "for Spring Now Ready
for Inspection, also some New
Jersey Neck Sweaters.
TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES
SOLD OR RENTED
Ront Applies on, Purchaso Prlco. Ftvo Days Froo trial boforo you
pay. Two yoaraguarntoo when you purchase Easy Torms. Got
our list. Auto. 2080; Boll 1299.
B. F. SWANSON CO., Inc.
143 So. 13th St.
AS AN ABSOLUTE FACT
that when you buy Confections
from this up-to-date store you
have the-best for your -money.
Bon-Bons and Candies of all
1307 O STREET
IF YOU ARE WILLING
Ted will Dye for You
or Clean, Press, or Repair your Garments
235 No. 11th Street TED IYIARRINER
Just opposite the Windsor
Expert Hatter. Gleaner, and Prisstr
Bell F1609 Dyer of Ladies' and Gents' .Garment
Seo display ad, "Four students want
ed for summer work," in first col
BasobalL practlco will bo held In tho
armory from 12:30 until 2 o'clock ov-
to bo present
Wanted Three onorgotlc students
to do educational work during tho
cently read boforo this club, by Dr.'
summor. Definite amount for your .jnoz Phllbrlck and Prof. Lucllo Eavos,
time. Phono or call.
R. ,C. Grifflth,
Evsry Lioyal University Student
jla urged to patronize these Ne-
iDrasKHn auvcrwoorn, nu w inou-
itibn the paper while doing so.
v . ,
Art Club Meeting.
Tho Art Club will moot in tho
studio at 2 o'clock this aftornoon. An
Interesting model is promised. Tho
Subject for discussion will bo tho
work of Waltor Apploton Clark.
2,000 studontB mado $7.42 a day
last summor. Seo wear-over man at
Windsor Hotol, 2 to 4, Saturday. 83
Miss Carrio Rinakor, who was for-
mprly a student in tho univorslty and
a member of Delta Gamma sorority, is
very seriously ill at PoughkeepBlo; N.
Y., whoro she is attending Vassar col
lege. Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultbrium. Auto' 1708.
Tho freshman claBB will meet Thurs
day, February 24th, atsll o'clock, in
tho Temple. Thoy will elect tho re
maining officers and .take up other un
finished business. 'The meeting is im
portant and all freshmen urged to bo
75 students mado $1,000 each last
summor. Seo wear-ever man at Wind
sor Hotel, Saturday, 2 to 4. 83
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Delta Up'silon and Phi Kappa Psi
played a game of tho inter-fraternity
schedule last night, which resulted In
a victory for tho Phi Phi's. Tho game
was a hard fought contest. . 1
Found Midget Ingorsoll watch,
with "N" fob. Owner may havo same
by paying for this ad.
Tho Nebraska branch of tho Asso
ciation of Collegiata Alumnao will
moot at ono o'clock today jit the .First
Congregational church. After lunch
thoy will discuss "Modern Forms of
Municipal Betterment Work." This
mooting Is a result of two papers, re-!
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
W Want Your Coal Ordcrt. Qlve Ut a Trial Ordtr.
1106 0 STREET
Tho women will try to form some dofl
nlto plans for their own part in tho
cause of municipal betterment.
Miss Baker Re-elected.
Tho German Club (Deutsche Gcsel
llgo Verein) re-elected Miss Leona
Baker secretary-troasuror. Ernest
Hubormann was elected vice-president.
Tho meeting waB hold at tho homo of
Miss Jotta """.ylor last night, and a
very pleasant ovonlng was spent in
playing German games and singing
German songs. Later in tho evening
refreshments woro served. Nearly
every member of tho club was pres
ent German Club Meets.
Tho. now German club hold a meot-
ing yesterday in tho music room of
the Temple. Miss Baker, chairman of
tho committeo on organization, gave a
report. Sovoral of tho committee's
recommendations were adopted by the
society. Tho timo for meeting was
changed, and it will now bo from 4:30
to 5; 30 or 6:00. Miss Arnold was
elected president, Mr. Bohannan was
elected vice-president, and Miss
Towksbury hrtd formerly been elected
secretary-treasurer. Miss Roor was
olocted chairman of tho program com
mitteo, and Miss Osborne and Mr.
Relnsel members. Professor Schrag
entertained tho meeting, with a short
talk. : i :
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