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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1912)
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THI DAILY NIBRASKAN
UNIVER8ITY GIRLS PLANNING A
BIG DAY IN FEBRUARY..
The powers that be have decided to
give tho poor University another tra
dition this year on condition that it
wiU"become an' annual affair. "Tlio
Trail1' is to be substituted for the
"County Fair." No graft or hold-up
stunts Will be permitted, although the
admission price is to be kept.
As it is 'now planned, "The Trail"
will be a kind of a historical pageant
representing all stages of American
life from cowboys to high society.
Each club and society will bo alldwed
to 'give a stunt as hitherto, but it must
be in keeping with the general idea.
Japanese girls, Chili Con Carnlo and
other foreign luxuries will be strictly
"Tho Trail" haB been sot for Febru
ary 10th. The, date ..will bo kept free
from other engagements by MIbb En
sign. The object is" lo create an All
University affair and the proceeds will
go .towards the running expenses of
tho Y. W. C. A.
. Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
UNIONS TO MLT
AN,. UNU8UALL.Y GOOD PROGRAM
OF MU8IC AND STORIES
TO BE GIVEN.
Tho regular meeting of. the Union
Literary Soqiety will be held this
evening in., tho Union Hall of the Tem
ple; Building. Music and story-telling,
will constitute the program of tho
evoning and all members are urged to
be present.. 2&11 University students
are cordially Invited to participate in
the meetings of Ihe society.
Tho Hyde print'ery, 1331 P St., up--todate
printing of all .kinds.
-INVOCATP BY SIGMA TAUS
INSPECTION TRIPS PLANNED' TO
" BEMADE A REGULAR
The Sigma Tau fraternity will mako
their first Inspection trip Saturday,' to
tho gas works .'nn&v traction power
plant These excursions will bo hold
every two weeks to points of Interest
to engineers. The start will bo made
from the Mechanical Engineering
building at 1": 30 p.-m.
Showert bathB at Green's Barber
,' Shop, 120-No. 11th. ?,:- ";
Herbert Diamond Vjctlm
Typhoid Fever Epidemic
J tho end of the .vacation, two weeks
after they haS left Lincoln.
Numerous . causes aro being pro
posed as the source of the epidemic.
-The local milk supply has been sug-'
gested, but examination has proved
that there Ms little basis for this
theory, Bad meat was pronounced to
be one cause of tho sickness before
vacation, but tho meat inspectors have
T)een so busy sinco then that little,
probability is attached to this.
The city water is the most likely
source; For .two years bacterfologjstB
have -condemned the water supply of
Lincoln, but little has been done by
the local authorities to purify it.
Epidemics of typhoid have been fre
quenf'oyer the entre city jevery year.
Doctors have objected and health au
thorities havecnUed the attention of
We have an elephant
on our hands in the shape
of broken lines left from
Winter underwear spec
ials for quick clearance,
wool and heavy cotton un
ions and two-piece suits
20 to 50 off.
Manhattan shirts are
still offered at sale prices,
30 to 35 off.
About 60 suits and
overcoats, also a quantity
of winter caps all to go
at half price.
Don't fail to look them
over. . .
MAGEE & DEEIYIER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
AT 1320 S good board may bo secured
for $3.50 per week. Try it.
c . . . . ..
LOST Bunch of keys on campus.
Finder return to Rag ofllce. M-1
LOST Gold mounted Mooro non- leak
able fountain pen on campus. En
graved "C. H. Summor, . 1911." Bo
ward ' C3-3
LOST Gold watch, botweon Chom.
Lab. and Lincoln Academy. Return
to Rag ofllce. 65-3
TAKEN BY MISTAKE From doBk in
literaturo ofllce of Library, a leather
purse. Please roturn same to tho
desk. 60 i
AT THE THEATRES
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with private family; woll lighted
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Dinner Ui30 to li30 ij
Supper 5i30 to 7:30 LoL
Also Cafeterlan Styfc
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Baggage :: Freight
Give us a call
Tonight, Sat. and Sat. Mat.
The Musical Comedy Sensation
"ALMA WHERE DO YOU LIVE?"
Cha. A. Murray. Nanette Flack.
Aubrey -Yates, Bae Hamilton'
Night $1.50 to 50c; Mat., '$1 to 25c
Wednesday Night, Jan. 17
JAN KUBELIK 1
I llinnili MATINBDS(Gxcpt Monday) a 3
LinvULrl BYBNINOS AT Stje
2?.'.. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Monday Night, Jan, 8
8COTT AND KEANE
DOROTHY ROGERS & CO.
BOYNTON AND MYER8
ALVIN AND KENNEY
Weekly shipmonts of tho boat there
is in chocolates.
Huyler's 1A hit man's
California violets fresh ovory day.
JW&i&r Dri4g Co.
13th arid O
the cjty council to the bad effects of
neglect of the water supply, but noth
ing has been done to better it. Tho
Rico woll was closed the 20th of Do
comber and according to Dr. Walto the
ppidemic will be over in less than a
w.obk. For.thlB reason no steps have,
been taken by the University senate
as yo't, but probably In the near future
a movement will bo started to purify
the water supply. .
jTho number of students seriously ill
has reached tho extraordinarily large,
number of twenty-five. They aro riot
all in one part of town or in any par
ticular society, so the disease does not
appear to bo very contagious. Those
. Harry Ankeny.
B. H. Asdndqr.
O. B. Baulibaugh.
Try a lunch at the Y. U. G. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Flan.
City Y. MCA. "' 13(kan4.
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Clark Jearyj ,
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Do Your Laundry
Matinees Best Seats 25c
r Nights 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Original, Electric, Shoe
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please. 128 N. 14 St
We serve the purest and
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$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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