The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 13, 1914, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Tuesday & Wednesday Only
All of our fine Kensington, Kenmor and Kuppenheimer
winter overcoats at the big savings shown below. Too
much warm weather this winter leaves us with more over
coats than we ought to have, hence for quick clearance we
take this drastic action. Don't miss out on this splendid
chance take your pick of the cream of our stock at savings
that in some instances amount to $ 1 7 on a single garment.
But be sure and come today or tomorrow after that they go
back to regular prices.
All $40, $35 and $30
Overcoats
$22.95
All $25, $22.50 and $20
Overcoats
$16.95
All $17.00 and $14.50
Overcoats
$11.95
MAGEE
& DEEMER
Cbpyripl 10" 1 Tr. Hniite oi Kuppenheuncf
Dr. Bessey Describes Tea Culture.
An article on tea and tea growing,
in the Trans-Causasian regions Just
east of the Mack Sea, has been com
pleted by Dr. Hesey. He visited the
immense plantations there ten years
ago. Tlie article is to be published in
a leading botanical journal of California.
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Dcr Deutsche Geselige Verein has re
served a section of seats for the
(lerinan Dramatic club play.
MAGNET THEATER
1115 O STREET
WEEK STARTING
MONDAY, JAN. 12.
PERFORMANCES AT
1:30, 3:45, 6:30, 8:45
ADMISSION : : 25c
GEORGE KLESNC PRESENTS
Psychological tests of mentality are
to be applied to all members of the
freshman class at Dartmouth. Kx.
K. A. Smith spent the week-end with
friends in Omaha.
The German Dramatic club banquet
will be held at the Lindell hotel
Saturday evening, January 17, the
evening after the play.
KLINE'S
Ed's Toggery Sale
Starts
WEDNESDAY
Positively
The most marvelous values ever of
fered to the people of Lincoln. You
caH come hero with your expectations
as high as you wish and we assure
you that you will not go away disap
pointed. You will be the loser thereby
if you fail to attend this great MONEY
SAVING EVENT at
KLINE'S
11320 STREET
Open Evenings.
The Latin club meets Tuesday even
ing, January L5, in the rooms of the
Latin department. The meeting will
begin promptly at 7:80.
Each Senior is requested to order his
his own cap and gown as soon as
possible. Orders will be taken at
the University Hook Store this week.
The Junior prom oommittee will meet
in room 102 in II. hall Tuesday, Jan
uary K5 at 11 a. m. All the mem
bers of the committee are urged to
be present as the meeting is important.
All electrical engineers are urged to
be out to the meeting of the Amer
ican Institute of Electrical Engi
neers (electrical laboratory) Wed
nesday evening at 7:30. "The Mer
cury Arc" will be discussed by Prof.
H. W. Goddard, E. L. Anderson and
T. J. Sullivan.
One hundred and ten tickets inclusive
of all coniplimentarles have been
validated for the junior prom, Jan
uary 30, 1914. No more tickets will
bo validated for the prom. The list
of complimentary tickets will be an
announced when issued. L. D. Tuck
erman, Auditor of Student Organizations.
Artistic dance programs and menu
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street
QUO
THE WORLD'S MASTERPIECE
In PHOTO-DRAMA
"Finer pictures were never seen hero." N. Y. Sun,
A triumph of Realism." N. Y. Herald.
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Special Students Rate $5.00
Remainder of School Year
City Y. M. C. A. Membership
Hot and Cold Showers,
Swimming, Gymnastics
Credit given on University
Y. M. C. A Membership
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 CARLTON8
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
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