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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT at 8:15
Prices, 75c to 25c.
FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 7.
NEIL O'BRIEN AND MINSTRELS
Prices, $-1.50 to 25 cents.
SAT., MAT &. NIGHT, NOV. 8
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"
Thur., Frl., Sat. Nov. 6, 7 and 8
And Her Company in
"The Countess Nadihe"
World's Greatest Woman 'Cellist
TMRPP nilFDR Rnv!
LANE AND O'DONNELL
PARISIAN STREET SINGERS
THREE JUGGLING MILLERS
if UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
102 tickets inclusive ol nil compli
mentarit'H have heen validated for
the Engineers' Hop to be held Nov
ember 8, 1913. No more tickets will
be validated for this hop. Compli-
mentarie.s have been issued to It. M.
Green, L. T. Parker, A. A. Luebs,
CI. A. Walker and (). W Sjogren,
members of the board of control;
H. L. Hickman, I.. W. Harte and It.
P. Wagnor of the committee, and to
M. V. Heed, K. M. Snyder, W. H.
Dixby and T. K. Keefer in payment
for advertising. I-. K. Tucliemer,
Deputy Warden Harmon of the state
penitentiary will speak tonight in
the Music Hall of the Temple on the
subject, "The Fellow That's Down
and nut,,'.', Those meetings aro hold
Mat. Thur., Fri. 15, 25. Sat. 15, 25,
I NIGHT PRICES 15, 25, 35, 50, 75
All Lovers of the Beautiful are
invited to examine our Fine Assort
ment of Iverness Placques just re
ceived. The Uni Book Store
340 N. 11th Street
Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 3, 4 and 5
BERRY & BERRY "
In "Do You Like Music?"
LAVINE & INMAN
In "Sally's Visits"
"An Evening With Wilder"
"Thy Will Be Done"
"A Momentous Decision
Three Shows Daily 2-7-9 p. m.
Matinee All Seats 10c. Night 15c
University Jeweler asd Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
L. C. Smith & Bros.
125 North 13th, Lincoln, Neb.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Type
writer is invaluable to college stu
dents who want a record of their
college work after graduation.
We give special attention to the
needs of students. We have type
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bar
gain, phi i ' ' " ' " .... i I.
Jones' Orohestra. L-9666.
every Thursday evening and last
only one hour. Surely you cannot
afford to miss these talks Come
at seven this evening.
The Junior Class will meet this morn
ing at 11:30 in Memorial Hall. Class
debts and activities will be dis
cussed. The Phillips Brooks Club will meet
with its president at 1955 Cherry
street, Thursday evening, from 7 30
to 9. Take the South Seventeenth
street car which leaves Thirteenth
and O at 7 15.
Pershing Rifles drill tonight at 7 30.
Special tryouts for new men. and
plans lor smoker Ml I'ersliings i
. and would-be's out
i MOOT COURT FURNISHES S
GOOD PRACTICE FOR LAWS
Better Facilities and New System of
Work Provide for Important
Branch of Legal Training.
The tacilities in the new Imw build
ing together with the plan ol all days
have added a great deal ot interest
to the practice court work in the Col
lege of Law. The practice is divided
into two courses, Court Practice I and
Court Practice II, both of which are
conducted by Prof. Foster The first
course Is for juniors and consists for
the most part of cases betore the
justice of the peace. Court Practice
II Is for the seniors and consists of
probate, district court cases and ap
pellate work. The court room and
clerk's oftice are not fully furnished
as yet, but substitutions are made so
that the work is not delayed.
Dean Hastings declares that he is
more and more convinced of the Im
portance of practice court work and
that law students should learn to ap
preciate the reality of legal controver
sies and their nature. Besides trying
cases, students are required to re
port cases attended in the local courts
and in the supreme court. Mr. Lea
rner, the clerk of the district court
for the college of law, and Mr. Gill,
the deputy and secretary, are anxious
to get their offices furnished in order
to simplify the work and keep track
of the flies.
ViFMJt JLjc lvI'Il'LI'IvO
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St. Funke Bdg.
"Everything tor the Office"
WE ARE GOING TO
The Huffman's General Supply House
For our SCHOOLJand OFFICE Supplies
We getjjmore for our money at
208 South 11th Street -;- -:- Lincoln
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325 - 1331 N STREET
Asks a share of your patronage. We are equipped to
serve you and serve you right. A trial is all we ask.
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325 - 1331 N STREET
Telephone Yule Bros. Laundry to call
for your work. B-2754.
Express or Parcel Post Paid. One Way
- IT - TO - HlGBY"
ER AND DYER
1322 N STREET
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