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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1912)
THE DAILY iN E B H A 8 K A N
Here's a Chance to Save From $1.00 to $3.00 Every Week
By letting us do your laundry, cleaning, and pressing.
Our membership cards are now on sale at the Co-op Book Store and by men on the campus. 10 cents
makes you a member. Here are some of our prices: Suits cleaned and pressed $1.00. Three Suits
pressed $1.00. Laundry at lowest obtainable prices. Suits called for and delivered.
OUR LAUNDRY PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU
THE UNIVERSITY LAUNDRY CLUB gc&?QH-3lBHo-im
Marie Goodfellow of Syracuse, Neb.,
is visiting I'rlendK in the city
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
William Long, ex 1!)14, is visiting at
the Phi Gamma Delta houe
Call Hoy O Wartie, dance orchestra,
Auto 7186, L-8152.
Heed O'Hanlin has heen appointed
master of eeiemoniis ot the Junior
llaguiiHick's Orchestra, Auto F-2042
Helen Downing, of Rising City, Neb.,
will spend the week end with her sis
ter at the Acoth house
Ted Marrlncr Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
TThe Palladnm l.iteiary Society
will notmeet Frldaj evenllng because
of the con1, j let in dates with the Corn
Christmas stationery, fancy cards
and letters, iihmuik, dance programs
George Bros , 1313 N.
A large number ot University girls
attended the tea which was given by
Miss lSnsign and the ladles of the fac
ulty Wednesdaj afternoon in the Art
PreBhmen as well as older studentH
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, ami the best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
CLAPP GOES TO CONFERENCE
Meeting of Valley Authorities to be
Held at Columbia Basketball
Schedules to be Drawn.
Dr Clapp left last evening for Co
lumbla where he will attend a meet
ing of the Mlssouii Valle Conference.
This is the semiannual tneethiK of the
onleience and most y the inatteis
taken up will be loutlne lunlneB
Basketball ofh lals will be ( lionen for
the coming season and the schedules
of the schools will be an aimed for
the coming beason
FRESHMAN LAWS CELEBRATE.
In celebration of the event of sue
cessfully weathering the lough wens
of mid-semesters, some sixty members
of the freshman law class an1 to lend
color, enthusiasm awl noise to the
regular performance at the Oipheum
tonight. The occasion Is tho annual
theatre paity of the einbiyo Imnistei
Cannon Here Tomorrow
Hon Frank .1 Cannon, exM'iiator
Horn Utah, will lei tare at tin Oli
ver Theatre tonight Senatoi Can
non was the organize! of lh He
publican part anW the firs. eutor
fiom that state He is tod.ij I""1 lead
ing opponent of Mormonlsm liin lei
ture subjei t tomorrow will ! The
Moi'.ern Mormon Kingdom " A fv
seats on sale at the Oliver. I'il . "6
and 50 i ents
A Christmas party will be lielil at
the home of Mr. anil .Mi 8 A. L.
Weatherly, 1834 South Twenty -fifth
street tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
University student are extended a
most hearty invitation to puitlclpato
in the funmnklug.
Mat. and Night
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th Sea our Sample
i mKM Mk
Lv A A1
Frl. Mat. and Night, December 6
Mat. 25c and 50c Night, $1 to 25c
Sat Mat and Night, December 7
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Mat Orchestra $1, Bal. 75c and 50c
Night, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
CLAUDE & FANNIE USHER
THE THREE COLLEGIANS
LEWIS A DODY
THE DARING DARTS
Ethel Mason and Frank DuTlel
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THURS, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
TOM & 8TACIAMORE
THE BANK8-BREA2EALE DUO
"The Stroke Oar"
"The Flat Above"
3 Shows Dally 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1326 0 Sir., SoatbSide
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