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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
G. H. Proy, florist, 1133 O street.
The members of Iron Sprlnx will
give a dulice tonight in the Temple.
Chapln Dros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
The Catholic Student" club- will
give a dance In the Temple Saturday
R. O. Warde, barber, Woods, 120G O.
Spectators will be admitted to the
gallery at the military ball for 25
Capital Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P.
Harral Coulter, George Packard, J.
R. Wood and Ray Crancer left Lincoln
last night for Lawrence, Kan., where
they will attend the section conven
tion of Bection 12 of the Phi Gamma
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Several of the men who took part
In the fraternity mlnstral show which
was given on University night have
been enlisted in the Lincoln Ad club
minstrel which will be given lit the
Oliver theater on the night of June 6.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.- '
Phillip Lehmer, Phi Kappa Psi, has
returned home because of the death of
hi father. Mr. Lehmer was taken ill
a week ago while traveling In Mexico
and died in. Omaha Wednesday morn
ing from heart trouble.
Ted Marrlner cleaner, dyer, and
hatter, 235 No. 11th St. Auto 4876,
Arbor Barth, ex-'lO, who has been
abroad for the past year, is expected
to return home June 1. Mr. Barth
left the university at the close of his
Junior year, a"nd entered Harvard.
Later ho started on a tour of the
world, and has vlBlted all the princi
pal countries of Europe and Asia, and
is at present In Japan.
George BroB., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Lost Gold case Conklln self-filling
fountain pen, with "Elizabeth" en
graved on cup,- 140-31
Found-'-On campus, fountain pen.
Students in the French department
are anxiously awaiting the announce
ment of the piny in which Sarah Bern
hardt will appear during her visit to
Lincoln. The teachers have made ar
rangements to read In class the pro
duction which she will present. With
the date of her appearance only ten
dayB away the public nro still await
ing the decision of her manager,.
For those members of the senior
class who have not been over-Indus-trlous
this is a most strenuous week.
I-dist Thursday notices were sent out
from the registrar's office to all those
who were menaced with Incompletes
or conditions, stating that In order for
one to gradunte it was necessary that
these be removed by May 12. It Is
estimated that there Is more work
being dono this week by the seniors
than hos been done during the whole
READING AT CONVOCATION.
BETTER GLAD NOW
THAN SORRY LATTER
Dramatic Story Is Recited by Miss
Miss Alice Howell, head of the de
partment of elocution, gave a reading
at convocation yesterday morning en
titled "The New Year's Watch." The
story Is a very dramatic one, and Miss
Howell held her audience under a spell
while she spoke. The story was a
southern one, where a negro was ac
cused of murder and is about to be
burned at the stake, on New Year's
eve. His mother, convinced of his In
nocence, sits watching for the coming
of a 'Prominent white man whom she
thinks will save her son. When the
colonel does not come she gets on a
lidrso. and rides four miles to get him.
The colonel Is a candidate for office
and fears lfho attempts to stop the
mob it will hurt hl$ candidacy. How
ever, he Is persuadedtQ act, and suc
ceeds in stopping the lynching. The
young negro Is afterwards proved In
nocent when the bloodhounds refuse
to touch him while on the scent.
Miss Howell was presented with a
beautiful bunch of American Beauties,
at the close of her reading.
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tl
Lost In chem. laboratory, Water
man pen, gold band around cap, with
Initials "F. S." Return to Nebraskan
Wanted to Buy 'Old gold and silver
jewelry. C. F. Spain & Co., upBtalrs,
138 No. 12th St. tf
Learn touch typewriting without
going to commercial school. Wo fur
nlsh university students with a com
plete course in touch typewriting and
rent you any make of typewriter, three
months for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 1406 O street. tf
Caps and Gowns.
The senior cap and gown committee
recommends that nil seniors order
caps and gowns at the University
Book Store at once. Gowns, each, $1;
with cap $1.25.
for Box Lunches open
until mid -night
REAL COLLEGE OXFORDS
The Kind The Boys Like
1220 O Street
Mechanics and all kinds of working
Architects and men of all profes
General storo merchants
Hardware and all kind of merchants
to Join our 10,000 families settling
up tho Pecos Palisades, the Sun
shine valley of TexaB, irrigated
land being put on tho market by
tho Kansas City, Moxlco and Ori
ent Railway. An emplro whpre
you are needed and a homo and
fortune awaits you. Come and
Got there ahead of tho railroad.
Excursion leavcB Lincoln May 16.
Call or wiito for information.
E. E. BEVARD LAND CO.
State Agents for tho Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient Ry Co. Land
Department, 830 P St., Lincoln.
Mr. John Showaltor of the class of
1911 University of Nebraska', has beer,
elected as high school teacher at
is the Money
for Clothes in
because we stretch your
dollar over jusir twice the
buying power it has else
where. We are making clothes for
a lot of college men who
want some different than,
the ready-made clothier can
Coats as long as you like
trousers as peggy as you
wish every detail as you
want it in a Scotch Suit.
Ready-made are for every
body in general our clothes
are made for you in particular-
Original $15 Tailors
Imitators Flatter Us
Auto 2372 ' Bell 2522
133 South 13th St.
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A Little Late
Tt is sometimes worse to bo
a little- late than it is to bo
In fashion wo have only
thoso that are vory lato.
Whatever else clothes are
they must be fashionable to
bo good ours are that and
They have tho stylo and fit
that appeal to tho eyeand
the internal quality that ap
peals to tho judgement.
MAGEE & DEEMER.
1109 O Street
AT THE THEATRES
SAT. MAT. AND NIGHT, MAY 13
Charles Frohman Presents
In Her Greatest Comedy Hit
" M R 8. DOT"
Mat, 50c to $1.60 Night, 50c to $2.00
MAY 22 MME. BERNHARDT
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LINCOLN "nmsrtS, ""
mSPM ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Empire Comedy Four
Harry 8ulllvan & Co.
Christy & Willis
Foley & Miller
Corinne Francis ,
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
L Y R I
Beginning Monday Evening, May 8
What Happened to Jones
Evenings at 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Matinees Wed. & 8at. 15c & 25c
Original Electric Shoe
Wi Savi Ytu $1.00
142 North 12th Strat
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