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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THUR., FRI., SAT. DEC. 11, 12, 13
J & CO.
In "The King's
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NEBRASKA ANIMATED WEEKLY
NIGHT PRICES, 15, 25, 35, 50 & 75
MATINEE, Thur and Frl., 15 & 25c
Sat. 15, 25, 50c.
MON.TtUES., WED., Dec. ITT &l0
CORA" SIMPSON& C07
In an Upto-the-Minute Comedy
"WE WANT OUR RIGHTS"
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World's News In Motion Views
"The Price of Human Lives"
A Red Cross Serial Story
"HER SICK FATHER"
Three Show6 Daily : Matinee 2 p. m;
Night 7 & 9 p. m. Matinee, Children
5c, Adults 10c; Nights, All Seats 15c
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
THE SENSATIONAL SUCCESS OF
THIS SEASON IN NEW YORK
Now Playing Maxine Elliott's
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PRICES $1.50 TO 50c.
Table Runners to Match
Stationery in Cases
Writing Tablets in Covers
Handkerchief and Glove
Science Quarterly Covers
Trunk and Bag Store
1028 0 St,
Silver Serpents Sell
White Christmas Tags
For Benefit of Poor
To make Christmas a possibility for
the children of the poor a new organ
ization is being formed under the di
rection of the Silver Serpents. Miss
Genevieve Lowry, president of the so
ciety, Is the originator of the Idea, and
is busily working to insure the sue
cess of the undertaking.
There are twenty children in the
kindergarten of one of the public
schools who have never had a doll,
and regard with wonder any one who
has had a doll of their own especially i
if It had eyes that would open and
close Thus far ten families have been
found who have no hopes of Christmas
accompanied by its joys It is to
bring food, clothing, tojs and the
Christmas spirit into these homes, that
the new organization is being formed
A committee composed of Miss
Uechtol, Genevieve Lowry, Mary Cha
pin, Freda Stuff and Elizabeth Hyde,
will have charge of the buying
A number of girls haw been chosen
to sell toys for the benefit of the
Christmas fund. There will be three
big toy days, beginning Wednesday
and lasting until 6 o'clock on Friday.
During these three das It is hoped
that every university student will pro
cure one of the toys. Each toy will
be sold for 10 cents.
Y. M. C. A.! MEETING SATURDAY
Enthusiastic Speeches and Reports of
Committees on University Night
and Association Work.
The first "Hound Up" held by the
University Y. M (' A in the Temple
building Inst Saturday was a decided
success Nearly sixty fellows listened
to the very Impressive talk on
"Prayer" by Rev. Mr. Harmon; to the
reportB of the chairmen of the various
committees and the talk by F. II. Hun
ter which touched upon the subject of
"Why Men Should Join the Y. M. ('
A." Several fundamental reasons were
Kiven which emphasized this point
These were- Large and broad social
and religious principles, also clean liv
ing in individual life. The objections
brought against joining the Y M. C
A are lack of time and a general in
difference. Mr Hunter's talk was verv
practical and made a deep impression
on those who were lortunate enough
to be a tthe meeting.
Chairman Ganz of the social commit
tee reported that work on three big
features was being pushed. These fea
tures are: University night, a joint
reception and a banquet of university
men which will be of a dignified nature
dealing with serious things such as
higher scholarship, etc. Chairman
Pier of the mission recruiting com
mittee outlined the Kansas trip. The
raising of the membership to 1,000 by
the end of the year was the meat of
the talk by Bob Simmons, chairman
of the membership committee.
Miss Bertha W. Thornburg, who has
been an assistant In the department
of geology for the past three years,
has been called to the state geological
survey of 111. at Urbana, and Is to re
ceive material promotion.
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CONSERVATION SOCIETY MEETS
Many State Officers as Well as Uni
versity Professors Attend.
A number of state oflicers and mem
bers of the faculty met in the Engi
neers' building last night for the
monthly meeting of the Conservation
Society. Ex-Governor Aldrlch presid
ed and gave a short talk on rural con
ditions in Nebraska, particularly the
good roads problems. Dr. Condra then
presented six moving picture films,
showing the beet sugar industry, apple
picking, irrigation, better babies, and
one miscellaneous Him showing the
governor at work on the roads
the boy scouts, the stock parade, and
the cattle from the state farm, which
were sent to the fat stock show in
The program was followed I a
short informal discussion, and a num
ber of plans for improving industrial
conditions were proposed. The date
of the next meeting will be announced
"STUDE" ACTORS BUSY
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production will be a distinct novelty
in the line of student productions and
will no doubt be greeted with en
thusiasm. The senior committee in charge of
the selection of a play has not as et
arrived at a definite conclusion. There
have been a great number of plaj'S
read but the choice has proved to be
a hard task, the committee says that
the announcement of the play will be
made within a short time.
The German Dramatic club is work
ing on their latest effort which will
be "Flachsmann A1b Erzlehier," a
modern play by the famous playwright,
Otto EniBt. The cast, under the di
rection of Miss Heppner, are holding
rehearsals every Monday and Wednes
day. The play is a three act comedy
dealing with the, school system of Ger
many as regards exposing the desir
able and undesirable types of teach
ors. The play will be presented at
the Temple theater on January 1G.
The play was chosen by Miss Heppner
after she saw the production In Berlin
during her trip there the past sum
mer. Try outs for club membership
have not yet been held but will be
some time in February. The club at
present Is In a very prosperous condi
tion with a membership of twenty-five
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JANUARY 9, 1914
SECOND SAENGERFEST 8UNDAY.
The "Saengerfest" held In the Tem
ple of the University Y. M. C. A.
Sunday afternoon wan the most suc
cessful meeting held so far this year,
between twenty-five and thirty fellows
being out. Secretary Ewing gave an
Interesting talk on "Divine Ideal in
Hindu Art" and other features of
amusement made the afternoon most
for our GREAT
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