The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 05, 1910, Image 3
A V THE DAILY NEBRASKAN wJUmm. V A V OLIVEK THEATRE WEDNE8DAY NIGHT, APRIL 6 ELSIE JANIS IN "THE FAIR CO-E.D" Company of 90 College Boy Chorus of 40 Orchestra of 15 Prices $2.00 to 50c Thur. and Frl. Nights, April 7-8 "THE CLIMAX" BB fWWjZygi kJTj SW5fr Boys- -My Spring line of woolens are stunners. See them! L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St Fine Tailoring PERITORIC LENSES Does Away With Reflection SHAPED TO THE EYE HOWE - OPTICIAN 319 No. 12th Hair Dressing, Shampoos, Rib bon Ornaments for Evening Functions. Manicuring for Gentlemen. Miss Margaret Mills 118 SO. 12TH STREET. AUTO PHONE 7294 The Owl Pharmacy Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets Hot and Cold Drinks at Our Fountain Cornell University Medical College A ooHuro doRroo is rocjulrod for admltwlon. Advnnciid standing frrnntol studonts proHtnt Iiir satisfactory crodontlnls from nccroditod inodical coUokos. Evory tnclllty is oJTorod to undergraduates Booking ttao degroo of Doctor of Moalclno. Ana pi o fasilitloa nro also offordd (luallflod graduates to pursuo original Invostl gallon in any uoparimoni. ror iiiriuor jmr -UculnrH apply to Tbi Diin,-XirnillUnltrllif Midlcil Collin, First Avo. and 28th 8U, Now York City. Bring Your Next Job of Printing to V AN TINE PRINTING CO. I ind Get Satisfactory Result 128-130 No. 14th St. Auto 3477 J SEE OUR WOOLENS Elliott Bros. TAILORS 142 SOUTH TWELFTH Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe Store and 'Electric Repair Factory New Location 142 North 12 AARTHON'S ' Quality Counts TH ATS WHY FRANKLIN'S ICE CREAM IS SO POPULAR We make a specialty of f an ,cy creams, sherbete. Ices and punch for Frat & Sorori- tjrpartiM. Whipping Oream always on hand. Bell' 205. Auto 8181: 1816 N St Campus iiieamn C. H. Frey, florist.JJ.330 .street - m m Miss Florence Riddell, Kappa, la ex pected lo return to school this week. Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th. .MIhs Ruth Feruld of Omaha Is visit King her slBtcr at the Phi Beta Phi house. . Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877. MIkh Ida L. 'Kutlege. '10, Is elected to the iiositlon of prlnclpnlOT Plain- viow Schools Try a lunch at ttio Y. M. C. A. Spa. 13th' and P StsX' , y ' L. J. Knoll spent Sunday In Crete visiting his parents, who have Just re turned from Florida. ' Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11R-119 So. 12th street. Miss Celene Bnrger of Ottumwa. la., and .Miss Florence Hill of Lincoln have pledged Chi Omega. . Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120 N. 11th. .Miss Selma Anderson, '10, Is elected assistant principal .of the high school at Plalnview. Neb. i O Before buying your spring footwear let Reckmun Bros, show you their new snappy oxfords. 1107 O st. The Achoths held "open house" for all university Eastern Star girls Sat urday afternoon at 1GIM C street. .Miss Edna Baker entertained the Kappa Kappa Gammas last evening at her hdme at 10th and F streets. FULK 1325 O Street The freshman hop xommlttce will meet In room 112 II. building at 11 o'clock today. Notice. All who ordered junior caps should obtain them at once from Armstrong's, as they will be placed on sale to all Juniors at 1 ho end of tho week. C. B. Richardson of Denison, Iowa, a member of Acacia, is visiting for a few days with fraternity brothers and friends. o W. A. Robertson, an -attorney of Plattsmouth, attended the Delta Delta Delta nuunl party and spent Sunday nt the Acacia house. 0 o Fred Laird of Fremont, A. T. O., attended the Delta. Delta Delta annual iparty at the Lincoln hotel Saturday night, and spent Sunday In town. Mies Nellie A. Vail, '09, principal of the Tekamah high school, has been offered the superintendoncy of tho Stratton, Neb., schools. 0 Miss Elsie Ford Piper, Alpha Oml cron Pi, principal of tho Ashland high school, Is visiting in Lincoln this week durnlg tho spring vacation of the Ashland city schools. 1 1 1 VI i gSjJ FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES W Want Your Goal Orders. Give Ut a Trial Ordsr. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WHITEBREAST COMP'Y 1106 0 STREET All university organizations .taking space In the Cornhuskor, notice Ac counts for space in tho Cornhusker taken by university organizations are now due and payable. Please call at the Cornhusker office any afternoon of this week and attend' to same. r fit Classified Column 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 tho 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. WANT ADS FOR RENT Fqr Bent Newly furnished rooms; lir cents a night, and a dollar a week. 231 South Ninth street. FOR SALE For Sale A new hlgh-grado bicycle, at 25 per cent discount. Inquire at Nebraskan office. LOST LOST In Library hall 305, Wednes day morning, a silver handled pocket knlfo with two hlados. Reward If ro turned to Nebraskan office. 10G st. Lost "Sacred Psychology," by Boss. Reward lor return to Nebraskan of lice. 1 0O-fit FOUND FOUND In Unl. hall, clasp pin bearing Initial "M." Owner mny have same at "Rag" office. 107-3t FOUND Hold initial hat pin which One-Half dozen lisle hose guaran teed six months and $1000 Acci dent Insurance in the United States Casualty Co. for one year for $1.50. INVESTIGATE. owircinmty obtain y payThg foFThTs ad. - IOC-fit. Found Black Sal, fountain pen, which owner may obtain by' paying for this ad. 109-51 WANTED Wanted Engineers who have not paid their subscription to "Power" magazine are requested to do so at once. I will be at the physics lab oratory, room .'108, from 8 to 12, and Mech. Arts 105, .Mon. Tues. and Wed., from 3 to 5 o'clock. Geo. Harrlman. JO'JrSl PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O; hours, 9 a. m, to 9 p. hi. Diseases of women. Auto 3038. DR. C. H. RUSH, Surgeon. Richards Blpck. Both Phones. DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr Blk. Both phones. LIFE INSURANCE UNION CENTRAL LIFE, 8. B. Coon, agt., 216 Richards block. AUTO 3228 BELL 234 "f ,1HIII,,"I,HIB"I,,I l k MEN'S r Our Haberdashery Department A Six Days' Sale of Men's Spring- Kurnish ings, inaugurated for tho purpose of ac quainting the mon and women of Lincoln. 1 . m . m and vicinity with our new department and our now 'spring stocks. Value giving is the keynote of the salo which is strongly evi denced hy the Specials listod holow, Men's Fancy Shirts, reg. $1.0o and $2 . values, thig (Jj A week at . . . V I v Men's silk lisle half Hose, splendid qual ity, reg. 35c J C val.; now, pair 1 Many other Specials, in Hosiery, Shirts, Underwear, Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases See Special Display in Windows 10.-U-I2 Radge &Gaenzel Go The Greatest Musical Comedy Ever Seen in Lincoln At the Oliver Wednesday Night f - -" - . 'C'M- ' . .,, i ,, , ' . ,,....y.ritftmttJi,rn "ny - '"";; - 'pBIBJJJJJJJJJJfjBBBW 'Bfl' tij ' 4' rj f vvraaaaaKv. '$' , ,. aaaaaKt ' '''' Wkc 'oiwL jl .'.? Bv'V i"v .cYtiK''-? imjMtMm.ik-i' ' i. ; ztmmmmiW"- -.& zm&WsJ?JWnaWv, ....ill Sav ,.PZ&xwrf;.&z3?-.Mi$L i- " K'vmmmi MU Elaie Janis .MIhb EIhIo Janls, tho ydtinKCHi 6C American starts, will make her first appearance in Lincoln, Wednesday, April l, nt the Oliver In 7The Fair Co-Ed." This A tho ninsicnl comedy hy GeorKO Ado and Gnstav Luoders In which Miss .Tunis has been appearing for nlmost two yearn, with long ruua in Chicago and ow York to her credit "Tho Pair Co-Ed" was written hy Mr. Ado for tho dramatic society at ills alma mater, Purdue University, Charles Dillingham witnessed tho Per due undergraduates' performance and was so well pleased with the piece that ho secured tho rights for it for Miss .la nl 6. Then ho engaged Gustav Lueders, of "Tho Prince of, Pllsen" fame, to provide it .with a musical setting. Tho result; has heen two years of substantial success fqr all. . "Tho Fair Co-Ed" Is in every way a worthy successor of "Tho College Widow," Tho scones are laid at Bing ham, tho "freshwater" Institution i .i . . T.-.. i ,,. M ,,. , mmt mr- -- -; --- - f- - -m m TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES SOLD OR RENTED Rent Applies on Purchase Pricq. Five Days Frbo trial before you pay. Two years guaruteo when you purchase. Easy Terms. Got , our list, Auto. 2080; Boll 1200; ' ' " B. F. SWANSON CO., Inc. K 143 So. 13th St. WEEK Men's silk Barathea 4-in-Hands, reg. 255c val., this week CA Men's Madras Pa jamas, of high grade Madras,reg. 1 f A $1.5o value 1IU i EUie Janit aa "The Fair CoEd" made -famous in "The Collego Widow." Mr. Ado has preserved throughout ;he spirit of youth and wholesome enjoy ment, and Mr. Lueder's music Is n his best vein. Miss .Innls is nt tho head of a com pany numbering 00, which includes practically tho entire original cast, among them being Arthur Stanford, Edgar Halstead, James Reanoy, Harry Depp, Gilbert DoughiB, Sidney Jarvls, Inez Bauer, Althea Francis, Marlon Mills and Elise Steele, and the collego boy chorus of 40 young mon. In place of her usual imitations. Miss Janls in tho Uiird act will dem onstrate how Miss Anna Held might Blirg "Tho Cubnnola Glide," how Ed die Foy might play Humlet, how David Warflold might sing tho "Yiddish Rag," how Bessie McCoy might do the hynotlc dunce in "Tho Three Twins," and how George M. Cohan might play Romeo. She may also give an imper sonation of .Miss Ethel Barrymoro In one of hor well known, plays', fflS'm v " - "