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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1910)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
And Associate Players
TODAY, MAT" At Pike's Peak."
TONIGHT" Boss of .Z Ranch."
Change Program Every Performance.
Night, 30, 20 and 10c. Mat, 25 and 10c.
8eats Now 8ellng for
"The Merry Widow"
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.
M Gleanings m
Boys- -My Spring line of
roolens are stunners, bee
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Does Away With Reflection
SHAPE6 to the eye
319 No. l2th
The First Trust & Sav
4 Per Cent Interest A
$1 opins an aooount
Orncf 1 0th It O StrU
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Three Great Concerts $3.00
MAY 16-17 OLIVER THEATRE
Cornell University Medical College
A cnlloffo dogrco in roqulred for ndmlsulon.
Advnncuataudlnfc pnintod studonta proHmt
tng BUtlHfactory crodotitia.B from accredited
inodlcal colleges. Kvory tnollity suffered to
andurKraduatOH Booking tho dogrco of Doctor
of Moalcluo. Ample fa llltiosnro also offered
qualineagraauntos to purouo original luveati
gutton in any department. For rurMior pir-
IcnlnrH nnnlv to Tin Dm. Ctraill Ualrtnltv Mtdleil
Collifi, First Ave. andlMiu St., New York City.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
1311 0 St.
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
-- Repair Factory
New Location 142 North 12
TH ATS WHY
IS SO POPULAR
W rank a ipecialty of fan
y creams, sherbets. Ices
b4 pone- for Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always a nana. Beuvue.
AtIHl. lilt N fit
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street.
Miss Louise Stegner went to Om
Chapin Bros,, florists. 127 So. 13th,
Miss Helen Fnlr, Alpha Phi, re
turned yesterday after a short visit
in Hardy, Neb.
Thornburg's Orchostra. Auto 6877. '
Miss Ituth Haller, Alpha Phi, is
unable to attend classes because of
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Miss Coralie Meyer, Alpha Cn
Omega, is at present out of school on,
account of illness. ;
New Hayden Studio, 1127 O St.
C. J. Wangerin, 509, visited at tho
Phi Kappa PsI house Sunday. Ho it
attending Columbia law colloge.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, llr-tl9
So. 12th street
MIhs Nel Whitmore returned to
school Monday after a short vIbII
with hor parents at Valley, Neb.
Green's- Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Webb Jones has juBt roturned from
Marietta, Ohio, where ho attended a
district convention of Delta Upsllon.
Miss Richard F. Pennant of Torre
Haute, Ind., national Inspector of Al
pha Chi Omega, visited at the Ne
braska chapter house Saturday and
IF YOU CANNOT SEE WELL SEE ME !
Wo oitor export optical work in Eye ExaminationH.
Lens Grinding and Frame Fitting.
Kryptok Lenses, Opifex Lenses, Toric Lenses, Shur-On Mountings
LSTABLISHED 1871 HALLETT 1143 O STREET
Before buying your spring footwear
let Beckman Bros, show you their
now snappy oxfords. 1107 O at
E. T. Osborne, Alpha Tau Omega,
Emory College, Georgia, spent Mon
day evening with tho Nebraska chap
tor. Domestic Lunch. J. McKensie,
Having the smallpox is getting to
be almost uh fashionable a pastime
these days as being operated on for
Hnrlan C. Woods, '0'J, is now in
structor In tho engineering depart
ment of tho University of Colorado,
MIbb -Joy Butler of Woodbine
Iowa, is visiting Miss Stella Butler,
her cousin, at the Alplja Omlcron PI
Miss Alice Howell will act us judge
at the state declamatory contest held
at North Platte Friday afternoon and
Albert Gilbert and Gearjja, Qrubb
have returned from the isolation hos
pital after a two weeks' slegp of the
IjF-F-if . think of
, right. When you are down town
1 come in and get a pair of "F-F-H"
Oxfords and you'll come out all right
Got Your Old Ohn
For Sale Duo bill on Lincoln's lead
ing piano company. tf
For Sale Due bill on a good Lin
coln tailor. Address H, Nobraskan,
or call 1821. ' tf
Lost A bunch of keys, on the cam
pus. Finder please leave at tho Ne
braskan ofllco. 125-31
Lost A watch, between Olympic
Candy Kitchen and Hays Hall, having
'Paulino" engraved in tho back.
Finder will receive reward. Call Auto
2482. " 125-3t
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN 8NOW, 1339 O; hours,
9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Diseases of women.
Richards Block. Both PhonoB.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr Blk.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, 8. B. Coon,
agt., 216 Richards block.
President David Starr Jordan of
Stanford University would have all
American colleges adopt tho English
game of rugby.
Fire a week ago partially destroyed
one of tho dormitories at Dartmouth,
with a loss of JGO.000. No one was
C. C. MoWhlnnoyl, A. B. LL. B., '08,
who was recently married to MIbb
Jessie Holm, University of Colorado,
Is practicing law at Green River,
Win. Bonekemper, '04, Delta Upsi
lon, is spending a few days' vacation
at tho D. U. house. Mr. Bonekempor
is in the lumber business at Sioux
MisB Howell of tho university de
partment of expression, will give an
evening's entertainment in North
Platto Saturday evening. The pro
gram wjll ho given'under tho financial
direction of the junior; of tho high
Among flioso in tho second year
work in tho university exten
sion course in school organiza
tion are Supt. J. R. Armstrong, De
Witt; Prln. W. E. Arklns, Lawrence,
,and Prof. W. E. A. Aul, .College View
Tho enrollments are increasing daily.
4 . -
are down in the mouth
Jonah he came out all
' Bell 01
BASEMENT ADM. BLDG.
than anv other nlaver mi tlm
nine. Ho must liavotlm hrnt
made. Chanel ICnnitiltv f'lim,
Tcnney nnd Stahl are men whrine accurate
work on first is due in a lariro measure to
Feafurcs Patented Lacing Pcvirc, Laml
. -vnw., Ui,u. una jiutKici in wn
guarantees satisfaction end
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17M Tulip St.,
Write tor Free R;ah Dipc
June 20 to August 12, 1910
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