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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TONIGHT AND FRIDAY
Prices $1.50 to 50c
Sat. Mat. and Night, April 9
Al. G. Field Minstrels
Mat., 50c to 25c Night $1.00 to 25c
April 11 -"THE THIRD DEGREE"
Boy 8-- My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Does Away With Reflection
SHAPED TO THE EYE
319 No. J2th
Hair Dressing, Shampoos, Rib
bon Ornaments for Evening
Functions. Manicuring for
iss Margaret Mills
118 SO. 12TH STREET. AUTO PHONE 7294
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Street
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Cornell University Medical College
A collogo dogroo Is roqulrod for ndmlsnlon.
Advanced standing granted Btudonts prostnt
lug tuitlstactory orodontinlB from accredited
modical coIIoroh. Evory facility isoiTorodto
undorgraduatOH Booking tho dogroo of Doctor
of Modlclno. Araplo faolllttos aro also offered
iaaltflod graduatoH to pursuo original lnvosti
gatlon In any department. For furthor par
tlcnlant apply to The Dun, Cirnill Unliirtltr Midleit
Collilt, if 1 rat avo. nnaiaau hi., now iorjc uity.
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V"Br1kg Yur Next Job of Printing to I
I" 1TAN TINE PRINTING CO. I
and Get Satisfactory Result
J 12S-130 No. 14th St. Auto 3477 j
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
, IS SO POJ?UtAR ,
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets, .Ices
and punuk for Frat & Borori-,
tr WtftiM.WhippIngr dream
always ob hand. Bell 208.
$l Gleanings m
C. H. Frey, floriBt, 1133 O street,
' T3r. Condra will deliver ah address
at Red Cloud this evening.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th
-Mnr.-HrBr Itorgcruist, 'ojr, wasa
campus visitor yesterday.
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 6877..
Vivian .Monler of Lincoln and Hazol
Mouser of Red Oak, la., have pledged
13th and P Sts.
Earl Wilson was elected last Mon
day night to the position of science
teacher in the Friend high school.
Eut at Don Cameron's Cafe, lir-H9
So. 2th street.
Miss Alice Oompton, '10, will teach
English and history In tho Friend high
school next "year.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Miss Mabel Van Camp, 10, has
been elected to tho posltlpn of science
teacher In the Ravenna high school.
Before buying your spring footwear
let Beckman BroB. show you their
new snappy oxfords. 1107 O st.
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Mrs. Leota Lapp Walker of Supe
rior, Nob., is a guest of bcr fraternity
sisters at the Delta Delta Delta, house.
Misses Helen Gray, '09, and Flor
ence Harrison, ox-1910. are visiting
their fraternity sisters at the Delta
Delta Delta house.
1325 O Street
"Vlcl" Byo Glasses.
Howe, Optician, 319 No. 12th.
Allen T. Newman hns beon visiting
Dean Fordyco announces that fifty
seniors aro doing actual teaching dur
ing tho entiro present semester. This
is tho largest number that have yet
dono this work at ono time.
Tomorrow morning Director J. L.
McBrlen of the university extension
department will deliver a lecture to
the teachers of tho Southwest Nebras
ka Educational Association. His sub
ject -will bo "Abraham Lincoln."
Louise Stegner spent yesterday in
Buck Boltzer, who is to mnnnge tho
Grand Island team In tho Nebraska
state league this summer, has signed
a number of old university stars. '
Dr. Maxey will go (o Broken Bpw
tomorrow to bo ono of the Judges hi
u debate between Broken Bow high
school and tho Ravenna high school.
Tho Broken Bow team Is coached by
Robert I. Elliott, an old university' tie
hater, and the Ravenna tenm is
coached by Byron Yodor, formerly a
student of tho university, '
"F-F-H" Oxfords for Young Hen
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Priced so you can afford
them. $3.50 and $4.00
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New Styles at the New Store.
A maid who lived long, long ago
Had a loyor whoso lovo was strong;
And ho smiled and said, us ho looked
"Ah! you shall be mine ero long!
"I shall turn to silver your hair of
1 shall sadden your merry face;
I shall hold you close In my arms,
In a lover's fond embrace.
"I shall hold you close in my nniiB,
Whilo tho winter's storms shall
My breath shall chill your cheek, my
Tho lover's name was Age.
But while ho was waiting to claim Ills
Red-lipped wflh eyos or bluo,
lie felt too sure she was meant for
That no other would come to woo.
But another prlnco had soon tho maid,
And this prlnco loved her too.
"Ah, you must be mine, bo mine,'
To tills maid with tho eyes of blue.
"Your golden hair must over bo gold,
And merry must bo your face;
I shall hold you close In my anus,
In a lover's fond embrace."
So this prince, he kissed hor cheek
And warm . and Bweet was his
He took tho maiden away with him
This lover's name was Death.
JESSIE Q. BEGHTOL.
The following members of th soph
omore class aro requestod to meet at
the lilnary this morning at 11 o'clock
to practice tho tug-of-war for tho
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.
Olympics: Toronto, Hornsborgor,
Roen, SIdell, Pcarso, Kiddoo, J. Gib
son, Anderson, Harmon, Bly, Bock
jnoniJiofgreii IitamkvF4nckr--T Br
Spalding and Wohlenherg.
AH othor heavy men are requested
to meet at UiIb hour If interested.
R. F. CURTIS,
New Telephone Attracting Much
Proctlcal demonstrations .of tho
working of a wireless telephone havi
recently attracted' much attention in
Chicagor Before a largo, assemblage,
an exhibition of the apparatus and lis
possibilities were given a few days
ago at Ryorson physical laboratory ut
tho University of Chicago. Members
of the audience holding1 unattached
receivers on the second floor wore
able to converse with the operator In
the basement, the ceiling of which Is
of concrete, over twelve inches. thicTIc
The inventor, A. "Frederick Collins, is
a graduate of tho university, ami is
reported to ' have operated 'his- 'ta'o
phone between Philadelphia and New
ark, N. J. a distance of Si miles. Tho
device is also said to have, been adopt
ed and installed, on several vessels of
tho Japanese navy.
Co., 1220 O St.
Advertisements for thl column
should be left at the business office,
bascmont 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" theTiP
of for the first Insertion; three Inser.
tlons 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.
FoTTlent Nowly furnlshod- rooms;
15 conts a night, and a dollar a week.
231 South Ninth street.
For Salt A now hlgh-grado bicycle,
at 2G per cent discount. Inquire at
LOST In Library hall 305, Wednes
day morning, a silver handled pockot
knlfo with two blades. Tlowafd It ro
turned to Ncbraskan ofllco. 10G st
Lost "Sacrod Psychology," by iRoss
Rownrd for return to Nebraskan of
Lost A "Sllvor Sorpont" pin. Re
turn to Nebraskan ofllco nnd receive
FOUND Gold initial hat pin which
owner may obtain by pnying for thlii
Found Black Salz fountain pen,
which owner may obtain by pitying
for tills ad. lOD-JU
"Wanted Twd students to work for
board, waiting table. Western Hotel.
If III ' m-3t
Wanted Engineers who have not
paid their subscription to "Powor"
magazlno aro requested to do so nt
once. I will bo at tho physics lab
oratory, room 308, from 8 to 12, Wed.,
and Mech. -Arts 405 Mon., Tucs. and
Wed., from 3. to 5 o'clock. Geo. Harri
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O; hours,
9 a. m. to 9 p. ni. Diseases of women.
DR. C. H. RU8H,
Richards Block. Both Phones.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr Blk.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, 8. B. Coon,i
agt., 216 Richards block.
FRESHMAN LAW8 MEET.
Committees Appointed and Baseball
'The frqshman law .class had a meet
ing yesterday morning and organized
a baseball team, with b. E. Elliott,
manager; Olo Mbtcalf, captajnj Buck
A list of men. who "will try out for
tho team aro: Beltzer. Motcalfn Air.
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luuuin, Jamison, Hoiaei, uoyios, Buck,
Cotaer, Thomas, SoraorvJUo, Dinsmoro,
Scudlor, Smith, Owen, Bollbaugh,
Christmas, Pomoreno, Forsyth, Halli
gan, Shurtleff, and Farloy.
Tho team will .challenge other col
leges in tho university, and will also
play out-of-town games. .-
Tho class decided to take part In
tho Olympics. President Ebert ap
pointed the following Olympics com
mittee;. E. Hornburger, F, L. Farloy,
and F, P: Smith.
The class will hold a smoker ij a
short tlmo, at Phi Dolta Theta house.
-The committee 'Appointed to take
charge are: J. A. Christmas, chair
man; M. b Jamison, D. S. Boyles, J.
F. Power arid E. H". Phares.
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