The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 15, 1914, Image 4

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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
THEATRES
OLIVER THEATER
TO-NIGHT, AT 8:16
EMMA
TRENTINI
In the Comedy Opera Triumph
THE FIREFLY
PRICES FROM $2 TO 50 CENTS
JAN. 26-28, "PEG O' MY HEART"
ORPHEUM THEATER
Thurs, Frl., Sat., Jan. 15, 16, 17.
8. MILLER KENT & CO.
In "THE REAL Q,
The Raffles of Vaudeville.
AU8TIN WEBB & CO.
HYMAN MEYER.
"BEAUX-ARTS."
HARRY VAN FOS8EN.
ELLINA GARDNER.
DUPREE & DUPREE.
NEBR. ANIMATED WEEKLY.
Mat. Dally at 2:15. Prices 25 & 15c.
Night, 8:15, Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c
LYRIC THEATER
Mon., Tues., Wed., Jan. 12, 13, 14.
A Unique and Novel Offering
THE FOUR LAVALLES,
European Entertainers.
THE WINTON SISTERS.
PHOTO PLAYS:
"Wild Beasts at Large."
"The Bartered Crown."
'PATHE'S SEMI-WEEKLY"
World's News In Motion Pictures.
Life Photos of Parisian Fashions.
THREE SHOWS DAILY, 2, 7 and 9
MAT.. All Seats 10c, NIGHT, 15c
THE OLIVER
Saturday, January 17
CPHARO TUN
JSTX I
FESTIVAL
A BIG SPARKLING ALL- UNI
VERSITY PRODUCTION.
Seats No on Sale $1, 75 and 50c.
GERMAN DRAMATIC CLUB
TEMPLE THEATER
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16
Presents
LACHMANN ALS ERZIEHER
A Good Play With a Cast of 20
Prices 50, 35, 25. Tickets at Por
ters and at desk in Temple.
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
JEWELER
S. S. SHE AN
OPTICIAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
GLEE CLUB IN NEED OF
NEW STUDENT MANAGEMENT
Resignation of Gellatly Opens Bids for
Second Manager Postpones Trip
Indefinitely.
WANTED IHiaiiicBs manugcr
for the Glee club. All appli
cations muHt be written and
brought to I, 301 by Friday p.
in. In application state former
experience, thin 1b required;
also the applicant must comply
with the eligibility ruloB of the
school
The (llee club, just on the eve of
their BiippoBed trip, find themselves
without amanager, and with the ques
tion of just when the trip will begin
and just where they will go Is as
much in the air as It was some months
ago. The club some time ago se
lected a manager In Chalmers Gel
lantly and the arrangements were
turned over to him, now. on account
of outside business that requires all
the time of the manager-elect he has
been compelled to give up the office
and the matter of his successor Is
the thing that is troubling the club
at the present time. The club has
called for applications for the posi
tion the same to be in by Friday
next when the selection will be made
that Is hoped will be final.
The requirements for the position
are simply the applicant must have
had experience in the work and be
an individual with a patience that will
equal that of the immortal Job, to
gether with the "pepper" of a John
McGraw.
The trip of the Glee club will be
made Independent of the Mandolin
club which has heretofore been allied
with the organization. The statement
that the Mandolin club has breathed
its last this year as an organization
haB been verified by members
Don Miller and Another Uni.
Student Prevent Robbery
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one of the shoppers. He was de
tected In the act by Miss Gray, one
of the clerks. She notified Miller, also
a clerk. In the meantime the pick
pocket saw that he was discovered,
and so he diplomatically returned the
purse and started for the door. Mil
ler gave chase. The hare and hound
run led southward for a block, and
thence westward on N. It "whb a sort
of running fight. The capturee clung
to the captured with the tenacity of
a bull dog. The captured tried again
to shako him off, but his efforts were
unavailing. A large crowd followed.
Miller apealed to no less than a dozen
of them to help him stop the thief, but
they only opened their mouths In awe,
and stared.
Vlnally the student ho of the un
known cogomen appeared on the
scone. Miller again appealed for help,
and this time it was not in valtv The
studo seized one wrist, Miller jftzod
the other, aad the deed was accomp
lished. Meanwhilo another cleric had
notified the police, and In due time
due time meaning, in the case of the
Lincoln police, about half an hour
the patrol wagon rolled up and whisk
ed the thief away to the station.
KLINE'S
Ed's Toggery Sale!
A Tremendous Success!
Altho this sale opened with a rush and
a mad scramble for the remarkable
values, it was only made possible by
a sale like this.
Below we List a Few of the Many
BARGAINS !
Ed's Shirts
including
LION
ARROW
EAGLE
The greatest Shirt Values
we have ever shown.
Shirts actually worth up
to $2.50, now
95 Cents
$1.50 and $1.00 Grades
63 Cents
Other Items of Interest
25c Neck Ties now . 1254c
50c Neck Ties now. 25c
Lion Brand Collars 9c or $1.00 dozen
$1.25 and $1 .00 Union Suits (Klosed Krotch) - 63c
$1.50 and $2.00 "Madewell" Union Shirts $1.05
$1.50 "Adler" and "Wilson Bros." Gloves $1.05
25c Interwoven Hose .17c pair or 3 pair for 50c
$7.50 Heavy Rope Knit Sweater Coats . . . . $4.45
Bath Robes Half Price
IMPORTANT!
You owe it to yourself to take advantage of the
SALE OF SALES. "Absolute Satisfaction or Money
Back", is our motto.
KLINES
Ed's Hats
Here you will find such
high grade hats as
STETSON
MALL0RY
SCH0BLE
Hats worth from $2.00
to $4.50 now at the re
markble price of
$1.15
1132 0 Street
OPEN EVENINGS
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