The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 05, 1911, Cornhusker Edition, Image 4

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OENTRIL NATIONAL BANK
I2th and O Streets
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BBUAN C. FOX, Caahlar
W. W. HACKNEY. JR., Ait. Cuk.
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Hot Drinks
re now in season. Do 70a know
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m yon can at our new atoret Ko
noed of boing crowded. '
Lincoln Candy
Kitchen s!w.rr
DRAMATIC CLUB WILL PLAY
"MICE AND MEN" TO BE PRE
8ENTED BY 8TUDENT8.
PLAY WILL BE GIVEN SATURDAY
STRONG CA8T HA8 BEEN PICKED
FOR THE DRAMA.
To Be a Costume Affair Miss Howell
.Is Coach Will Be Given In
the Temple Theater An
English Sketch.
Normal Waddle, '08, holds a posi
tion in tho socd laboratory of tho Or
egon branch of tho U. S. bureau of
plant industry at CorvaljlB, Oregon.
THTb laboratory co-operates with tho
Oregon agricultural college.
Tho University Dramatic club will
glvo Its first play of the year Satur
day evening, January M. when MrB.
Ryley's play, "Alice and Men," will be
presented for the first time in Lin
coln. It is a clever four-act play pic
turing the life and surroundings of
ICnglish society at the time of the
revolution. As the title would sug
gest, a carefully worked out plot 1b
carried throughout, which is strength
ened by snlllcs of wit and humor, and
touches of romance and pathos.
Strong Cast.
As is the UBual custom, a strong
cast has been selected to represent
the rhlb, and it haB been working
faithfully since the middle of October
in perfecting and living tho charac
ters assigned to the various members.
FVjr the most pnrt the cast is, one fa
miliar to University students.
The leads will be taken by Julia
Nngle, Nye Morehouse, and Yale Hol
land. The part of "Peggy" Is one of
the strongest ever presented by tho
( luh, and it is being ably played by
Miss Nagi. whose work in "The Pro
fessor's Love Story" and the Ivy Day
ulay jofJnflL .xenr wJille. q1 j dlfterejiL
nature than her present role, will be
remembered as being both finished
and artistic. Nye Morehouse as
"Mark Embury" mokes a most accept
able middle-aged philosopher, whose
ambition In life Is to marry for the
sake of his race.
Yale Holland makes a delightful
young lover who In the end usurps
his uncle's perogatlve and captures
tho fair one for his own. He has been
seen several timcB before In Dramatic
club plnjH, and ench time has carried
off his part well. ,
Cast Well Placed.
The rest of the cast is well placed.
Catherine Yates displays considerable
talent In her portrayal of "Joanna
Ooodlake." Upon her falls most of
the heavy work and she gets nway
with her part most creditably. Fred
McConnell fulls into the role of
"Joanna'B" innocent husband, much to
her enjoyment, and his own sorrow.
He has a clever part, with several
snatches of humor in it. Florence
HoBtottler mnkeB a motherly house
keeper, while Margaret Kunkel ploys
the double role of "Molly" and the
"Matron" with versatility. Earl Sage
and M. O. Bates take the low comedy
parts of "Peter" and the "Deadle,"
respectively.
The piny is a costume affair and
the best that Lieben in Omaha can
offer has been secured. Appropriate
scenery and properties have been se
lected and in nil the ploy promises
to be one of the best the Dramatic
club has ever put on. Miss Howell of
the Elocution department is supervis
ing the coaching, and her work Is be
ing rewarded by steady improvement
at each successive rehearsal.
Hirpolshtimtr's Cafe
Dinner J J :30 to 1:30 OE A
Supfwc 5:30 to 7:30 atUU
ALSO CAFETERIA STYLE
JUt Waflu with Maph Syrup 10
UPRINTINGIU&
Bee Us Before Ordering Elsewhere
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklet!
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
Simmons the Printer
PRINTING
Engraving
Embossing
Auto. 2319 317 So. 121k
The First Trust and
Savings Bank
A PER CENT INTEREST A
91 opens an account
189 South 11th Street
Harvey A. Brubaker, '09, who has
been practicing law at Hendley since
his graduation, was recently elected
county attorney of Nuckolls county.
Reginald M. Wlldish. '09 is studying
medicine nt Rush medical college, Chi
cago, 111.
UIIVEnSITY JEWELER 4 6PTK1AI
C. A. Tucker
JEWELER
S. S. Shean
OPTICIAN
1121 i STREET, YELLOW FRMT
Yovr Patronage SellcllH
Armstrong's Big January Sale
Starts off with a big rush. People seem to realize that this sale
offers great money-saving opportunities; too great, in fact, for them to
miss. Our famous Hart Schaffner & Marx, Hirsh-Wickwire and sev
eral othe fine lines of Suits and Overcoats are included in this sale.
All go in 5 big lots as follows: No charge for alterations.
Lot 1 Includes all our finest Suits
and Overcoats that sold for $40.00,
$35.00 and $32.50, AQ A A
Lot 2 Includes all our fiuest Suits
and Overcoats teat sold for $30.00,
$27.50 and $25.00, A A A
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Lot 3 Includes all our finest
Suits and Overcoats that sold for
$22.50 and $20. Q0, go at
$14.90
Lot 4 Includes all of our finest
Suits and Overcoats that sold for
$18.00 and $15.00, goat
$10.90
Lot 5 Includes all TJf our $rtest
Suits and Overcoats that sold for
$12.50 and $10.00, go at
$6.00
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
Men's Odd Pants, Twenty Per Cent Off
Superior Union Suits, One-Third Off
Holidcy Neckwear and Suspenders, One-Half Off
Silk Mufflers, Fancy Vests, 20 Per Cent Off
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