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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT, WED. & WED. MAT.
Night, $1.60 to 50o. Mat, b to 60o
Tonight ProfoBflor Condra Bnoaks
boforo tho Rural Llfo Commlaslon at
Broken Bow. Tho subject of his talk
18 "Sanitation and Rural Health."
LOST An Alpha Omlcron Pi pin.
Loavo at tho "Rag" office for re
LOST In U. hall, a Watorman Idoal
fountain pon. Return to "Rag"
Georgo Bros., oxpert printers, en
gravers and ombosBors, 13th and N.
Miss Donee Grlfllth of tho goology
department is now teaching in the
Lincoln High School.
Ted Marrinor, Cloanor and Hatter,
236 No. 11th.
Mist BobbIo Robdrts, '12, announced
her engagement to Vllllam Wolving
ton, ex-'ll, of Caragara, Philippine
Islands, at tho homo of "Mrs. Walker,
Saturday evening. Twenty Univer
sity girls were tho guostB, and games
and music provided entertainment for
the ovoning. Mies Roberts sails for
the Philippine Islands April 24, and
will be married June 1. She is at
present tho guost of Mrs. Walker and
tho Misses Walker at 331 North
Have Graves print it for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
Miss Venus Learner, '10. was a vis
itor at tho Delta Zeta house Saturday.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 0 St.
Mips Mabel FauB, '10. Miss Venus
Learner, '10, and MIbb Vida Learner,
'09, attended tho 'recoptlon for MIbb
Bessie Roberts Saturday evening.
"The Women of India" is tho sub
ject of tho address by Miss Olive
Grimth at tho 5:00 o'clock meeting of
the Y. W. C. A. MIbb Grimth, who
graduated from tho University in '05,
has Bpent the last seven years as a
missionary in India.
Boyd Printing Co. is at 125 North
12th. fltceet. 103-3t
Student trade solicited at tho Y. M.
C. A. Barber Shop, south end of base
ment. All hair-cuts 25 cents.
Charles Frederick Adams, slnglo
tax authority, will speak In convoca
tion this morning on "True Leader
ship in a True Domocracy." This 1b
the InBt of a series of addresses which
Mr. Adams is delivering in Lincoln.
Whilo tho proprietors wero
playing chockors in tho roar of
tho store, a customer camo in.
Ono said to tho other, "8h-h!
Keop quiot and maybo ho'll go
You'll not find us in the
rear playing checkers.
We're right at the front
door ready to give you
the best of service.
And what's more we
don't want you to go out.
At least not till you are
perfectly satisfied with
both the goods you've
bought and the treatment
Come now for ideas in
spring togs suits, top-
coats, hats, shirts we are
waiting to show them to
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
L08T Gray Fownes kid glove, Mop
day. Please return to "Rag" office.
FOUND A fountain pen.
at tho "Rag" ofllco.
THURSDAY NIGHT, MAR. 14
WASEM V8. QION
OC K. E R
Outgoing, Engmiig and Embossing la 48
boors. noon 316 Brownell BlKk
tho alumni spoke,
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancers with popular hits. Auto B
Tomorrow morning tho State Farm
Y. M. C A. will hold a fellowship ban
quet In Domestic Science hall. Plates
will be laid for about seventy. Tho
speakers of tho evening will bo Pro
fessors Hunter and Rail and Messrs.
Harkness and Turner.
Tho State Farm enters sovontoen
athleteB In tho city athletic meet next
Saturday evening in tho City 7. M.
C. A. gymnaBlum. Last year tho
Aggies won the cup and hope to re
tain it this year.
rocolvod a higher mark than 80 anJ
Palladlans Give Program.
The Palladlan boys gave a musical
program Friday night at which a
largo number of alumni and other
visitors wore present and several of
SOME COINCIDENCES THESE
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OR
RENO HORROR P088IBLE A8
FAR A8 CONCERNS NAME8.
The day of coincidences has not
yet passed, or at least wo have reason
to believe that it has not by a fow
things which we have noted in tho
Wo find that it would bo possible
to have a wholo presidential campaign
right here on tho campus right now,
so far as finding the persons with the
proper names aro concerned. Ono
of the professors In tho Gorman de
partment thiB semester, when reading
his class roll for tho first time, found
that ho had a Bryan, a Taft and a
Wilson in hiscIasB.
Thn theoretical drill men at tha 4nd this Is not all, we might have
Farm havo received their gradesin the little episode at Reno, July 4, 1910,
tho final oxams. But thirty caflotB repeated so far as names aro con
cerned on tho, roll book in a certain
olass. Wo find upon investigation
that in this class thero 1b a Jeffries
and a Johnson thoy sit right across
tho aiBle from each other, too.
Make your dates early with" Hagen
sick's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
most of Our Troubles r
Imacrlnarvi i If Your Ev
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iNeea Hixeniion sii ex
HUKILL & PRESTON, Burlington Block, 13,and OJSts. .
Far yenrBtoaka, Chops aad QaUk
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Strest
Do Your Laundry
Try a ltmoh at ths Y. M. a
Lmncb. Room. OafsterU PUm.
City Y.M.C.A. 131b ant .
S;,.,.u&. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night. Mar. 11th-
REYNOLD8 AND DONEGAN
SCHENCK & VAN
BOYLE & BRAZIL
WIN8CH & POORE
PRICE8 Matinee, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Dr. Orin Lamb
U. of If. CImi of '11
B3740 208 Ganter Bldg. 12th O
Dinaer Ui30 to Ii30 Cn
Spj i30 to 7i30 LoL
Also Cafeterlan 9tyl
Weekly shipments of the best thero
is in chocolates.
California violets frosh ovory day.
13th and O
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Always reliable and ttp to
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We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Foutain Pens
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Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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