The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 06, 1914, Image 6

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Your Winter Overcoat
Your Winter Suit
VOU can buy both now for only a few
dollars more than either one would have
cost you before this Clearance Sale brought the prices down.
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that no man can afford to risk hiiinc; the ordin.i r sort
SHIRTS $1.15
These ;n e $L 01) and
$1 ."ill Laundered anil
Negligee Shirts,
made ul domestic
M a (I r a s Percale
Cistal Cloths and
1 1 i K li 1 y Mercerized
Fabrics They have
either Stiff or Soil
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Clear a n c e Salt-,
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Wool a ii d Cotton
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Clearance Prices on I laberdashery offer
savings of from 20 Per Cent to 50 Per Cent.
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THREE PLAYS SUBMITTED
MANUSCRIPTS ENTERED FOR KOS
MET CLUB PRIZE BY STU
DENT DRAMATISTS.
FICTITIOUS NAMES ARE USED
Contest Closed Last Night, with Plays
in and Lyrics Yet to be Entered
Club Will Now Make Decision.
Student playwrights, to the number
of three, Jumped at the hundred and
fifty dollar offer of the Kosmet club
and submitted plays for the annual
production of the club. TheBe were
due yesterday afternoon, to be left
In The Daily Nebraskan office, and by
evening it was eident that the three
would be the sole contestants for the
prize money and the honor. The club
will meet In judgment over the manu
scripts dining the week, and announce
ments will be made as to the winner
as soon as possible, probably the first
of next week.
Fictitious names were prescribed by
the rules governing the contest. Conse-
Hienth, the names of the contestants
will not be made public until the final
decision has been made Fictitious
names evidently had no terrors for the
ompetitors tor they submitted famous
ones and common ones alike, such as
Henry W. Savage, .lr, Hiram Pathe,
and Harry B. Smith.
Try-outs for the cast and the actual
work of the presentation of the play
will not begin until after a thorough
drafting and revision of the manu
scripts. Lyrics accompanied one of the plays.
Uy the rules of the contest, lyrics may
be submitted later than the date for
the plays, but a notification by letter
should be sent the Kosmet cluub, care
of Harold Miller, by the ones intend
ing to compete for the music piize
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gien the best possible, chance to se
cure all the seats together which they
may desire. These reservations will
be held till Wednesday night, Jan
nary If), when they will be sold to all
comers. Rehearsals started again last night
after the holiday vacation. John T.
Prince .Ii who is duecting the pio
dm lion is back from a tnp to New
Voik and is full olenlluisiasm lot hi
woik Krom now on, the cast will be
put through their paces e cry eeniiiL'
with no regard tor anything but actual
illness
AT THE MAGNET THEATER.
Dramatic critics hae agreed that
"The Third Degree" is one of the
st longest plays to go on the boards in
recent years. Although much of its
strength lies in the dialogue, a great
percentage of its gripping intensity
is in the dramatic situations. This
fact allows an exceptionally strong
presentation in pantomime, and the
play has been completely reproduced
in motion pictures
These films hae been procured by
the Magnet theater and will be pro
duced at that play house, 1511 O
street, for three afternoons and even
ings beginning Tuesday afternoon Al
though many motion picture houses
in the east have raised prices during
the days that this picture was fea
tured the Magnet prices will remain
the same while the film is on exhibition.
LYRIC THEATER
MON., TUES., WED.. JAN. 5. 6, 7
An Elaborate Production
A BACHELOR'S DREAM
ED GRAY
PHOTO PLAYS
"HI3 SECOND WIFE"
i HELLO TROUBLE"
"PATHE'S SEMI-WEEKLY"
The World's News in Motion Views
"THE MYSTERY OF THE MILK"
"THE JANITOR'S REVENGE"
THREE SHOWS DAILY, 2, 7 and 9
MAT. ALL SEATS 10, NIGHT, 15c
ORPHEUM THEATER
THUR., FRI., SAT., JAN. 8, 9 and 10
First American Tour
CHUNG HWA COMEDY FOUR
Clever Exponents of Harmony & Fun
THE THREE ELLISONS
ARMSTRONG &
CLARK
TWO CARLTONS
BIANT AND MAC
THE BLANK FAMILY
THE KELLI DUO
NEBRAKA ANIMATED WEEKLY
Mat. Daily at 2:15, Prices 15 & 25c
Night, 8:15, Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c