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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TODAY 2130 TONIGHT 8:15
"The Comedy Hit of the Season"
Henry B. Harris presents
A Comedy, by James Forbes.
Mat., $1.50 to 25c Night $1.50 to 50c
Mf Students, Htono-
WfOQlf klffX praphors, Book
11 Hflim Lluu koopors nnd yon
" J who Buffer with
wtnk oyes, Grnnulatoa Lldn. Inflamod, Film,
Styea nnd Wntory Eyoa, find Hygoln Eye
Cream ootH llko n charm in trostoriug them
to n healthy condition. Porfoctly harmless.
tindlsKunrnntood to produco satisfactory ro
mUtfl or monoy rofundd. At drurw.HtA or
mftilod on receipt of prloorCOor
II. W. UU lO.V, GoNhen, Imllnnn.
Boys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makos rontcd with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
Quali tyf .Counts
TH APS WHY,
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and 'punch for Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always on hancLBell 205.
.Auto 8181. 1818 N St.
at aew i seasoa. Do yotf know
amy place where you can get as
as yeu caa at ouroew. store? Ne
' ' ae4 of bdag crowded.
K ltCnen S. W. Crer
C. II. Froy, norlBt, 1133 O street,
Thprnburg's Orchostra. Auto 5877.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafo, 11M10
So. 12th street
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Chapin BroB., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Green's Sanltnry Barber Shop. 120
Save your pennies and go to the
Chicago Glee Club Saturday night.
Dr. Contlra spoke yesterday on "In
dustrial Geography" to the teachers
nnd pupils of the Whlttler city school.
Ben Cherrlngton, '11, acted as of
ficial at tho Onmha-SIoux City basket
ball game held at Omaha liiBt Satur
IlllnolH has a society of .Jewish stu
1325 O Street New Caps this week.
INTER-CLASS GAMES TONIGHT.
Double-Header to Be Played in
The Inter-class basketball games
will be held tonight at the armory.
The tlrst game will bc culled at 7:30
sliarp. The juniors meet the seniors
and the freshmen the sophomores.
Last year the junioi'H won the cham
pionship. This year nil the teams aro
strong and close games are anticipat
ed. The freshmen especially have
some strong material. Admission will
WILL CONFER ON APRIL 19.
Representatives of Missouri Valley
Schools Will Consider Football.
The date for tho football confer
ence which was called some time ago
sns. has been sot for April 19. All of
tho Missouri Valley schools have been
heard from and have promised to send
dolegntos to confer on the nmttor of
reforming football rules. Tho schools
which will bo included in the repre
sentation besides Knnsas are, Mis
Four!, Nebraska-, Iowa, Drake. Iowa
Slate College and Ames.
The conference will bo held in Kan
sas City, buf tho place of meeting hns
not yet been decided upon.
The date, April 19, was sot in ordor
to hold tho conference after tho na
tional rules committee meets In Bos
ton, Mass., tho Intter part of tIs
. SENIOR MASQUERADE.
Big Celebartlon of the Four-Year Stu
dents at the Music Hall of
With a crowd which 'almost limited
the capacity of tho music hull oflho
Temple tho members of tho senior
class hold their annual masquerade
Saturday evening. Costumes, of vari
ous sorts and colors led to tho air of
jollity which prevailed. Alf sorts or
characters wore ropresonted from
cowboys' to. goddesses of liberty. The
climax of the evening came whon'fimo
to unmask arrived. All oyes wero
curious to see who tho red-haired
girl was who no one seemed to know.
At the proper tlmo tho masks wero
removed and the familiar faces ap
peared lacking tho falso whiskers and
other means of disguise. The' red
haired girl was srowarl Elliott, who
was declared to be tho best disguised
person at the affair.
After numerous stunts -had, been
held tho masquerade closed -with Q,
period of dancing. Tho chaporones
wore Redstrar Harrison nnd ' Miss
I Alice Ensign. - ,
KEARNEY NORMAL CLUB.
Organization Formed of Former Stu
dents of That 8choolt
A number of students who had for
merly attended tho Konrnoy Normal
School mot at tho homo of R. C. Berk
strom, 227 Vluo street, for a social
evening Inst night. They dlBcussed
tho ndvlsablllty of organizing n club
which was proposed by ono of their
number. Tho proposal carried, and
Mr. ErneBt Dnnly was olectod presi
dent and Mr. R. ('. Beckstrom secre
tary. Committees were appointed to dravr
lip a constitution nnd lo nrrnngo for
tho program of future meetings. The
next mooting will bo hold April 2. All
studonts who,, through attendance at
the normal should be mombors of tho
club, are urged to bo present at tho
meetings. Tho plan of tho club is to
further tho interests of tho university
nt tho normal and to be of whntovor
other service it can to the two
Says President Fox Nichols ol
Dartmouth: "Tho college, in all lt
relations, 1b the most human and hu
manizing influence in all of our civil
ization, and year by years, Its gains In
this direction aro substantial."
Stetson and Tween Hats, Seven
teen new shapes in Stetsons and
about twenty in other makes at
$2.50 to $3.00. Just in.
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 11 a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be in
serted unless paid in advance, at the
rate' of 10 cents per insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inser.
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
Found In Unl hall, small fob,, mudo
of four gold chains. Owner may have
same by paying for this ad. US-St
Found Sal, fountuln' pen, which
can ho obtained by identifying aamb
and paying for this ad. 98-Cl
Found Tau Omicron Sigma
("Spike") pin. Owner may havo same
by paying for this ud. 97-31
Found Waterman's Ideal fountain
pen. Owner may have same by pay
ing for this ad. ' 99-3t
For SaleA now high-grade bicycle,
at LT por cent discount. Inquire at
Tho- Famous, corner 13th and O.
will havo their Easter opening of mil
linery Wednesday and Thursday this
week. All the new Idous In early
spring tailored and suit. hats can bo
seen at very reasonable prices. 9!)
Lost General note book, wltlucrny
cover, on' Inst Friday. Finder please
return to Rag ofllce. 99-31.
LoBt Bunch of four hoys in or near
armory, last Thursday evening. Ro-t
turn to Nohraskan ofllce. 98-3t
PHySoIANS' AND SUBOEONB
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O; hours,
9jn. m. to 9 p. ni. Diseases of women.
.DR. C. H. RUSH, .
Richards Block. Both, Phones.
DR., J, R. HAGGARD, 221 BurrBlk.
. UNlOr), CENTRAL LIFE,, 8. B. Coon,
aflt., 216 Richards blocl.'
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Make a Safe Hit
2 If he is fully coached
C Styles in Men's Haberdashery. Every time 83
qs a new aim lis ucnvcicu 10 inc nome Jriate .ck
S. we are the first to make a "safe hit" with it W
ported or domestic madras at $1 to $2.50.
The ''Neckwear" we deliver, to you .are good '&
V& for a "home run" if you are up and coming. )
NECKWEAR in a large variety of pat
terns and silks all of which are exclusive
with us. Crocheted Neckwear, Tubular
Slip easy Scarfst Silk and Linen Wash Ties
French Seam or Open End 4 -in -hands at
25c to $2.00.
LEATHER GOODS composing new Spring '
& "Arrivals. A mnsf n.nmnlp.fp cVnwirv rf .Qui 'Q
Cases, Club and Oxford Bags in Walrus, )
Seal, Cowhide, Alligator, Sheepskin, etc., at &j
popular prices. f
A A1TMV DJ77 T Y
-. tiju.Tr uijiii-wc anuw a new raDric,
Washable belt in different 'lhades of gray,
vertical and cross stripes and checks, made to ,
match your suit at each 50 cents.
Not only J sizes but sizes
at 2 for 25c.
Rudge & Guenzel Co.
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" The Traveling Salesman"
A COMEDY BY
At the Oliver, Today
following tho policy established hy
Tionry B Harris with his "The, Lion
and the Moubo" nnd other companies,
tho presentation in this city or "Tho
Traveling Salesman," the latest com;
edy success of James Forbes, author
of "The Chorus Lady," will bo of thot
same high charncter as was In.ovl-
. i r
in the New Sonne- &
Neailec stvles. itn.
1 pi . CT
in every style of Arrow Collars
2:30 -Tonight 8:15
i " ' i 1
donco when Mr. Harris' other., plays
wero presented hero. "Tho Traveling
Salesman" will make its bow to tho
4 .... 1
patrons of tho Olivor theater todaJy
matinee nnd tonight, and will no doubt'
be recoived. with tho sanlo hor'yQ
claim as was manifest' during fho'.'iao
months' run of this? delightful, pmebfy; ,
at tho Gaiety; theator, in Jow XrV;1?
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