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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
HOT AND COLD AIR
BY MODERN PROCE88
TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK 8HARP
Mrl., 8at and Sat Mat.
LleblerCo.'s Stupendous Production
The Garden of Allah
8 Scenes 200 People
Camels, Horace, Asses, Goats.
Prices $2-00 to 50 cents.
FEB. 16-17 "Bought and Paid For"
THUR8., FRI., SAT., FEB. 12, 13, 14
TAYLOR GRANVILLE & LAURA
And Company of Fifteen in
LYONS & Y08CO
De MORGAN & TUTTLE
BELLFANE & BELLFANE
EXCLU8IVE PHOTO DRAMA
Mat. Dally at 2: 15. Prices 15 & 25c
I Night, B: 15. Prices 1 5J5, 3JL jSOj 75c
New Law Building to Be Equipped
With Latest Devlce'for Ventilation.
Who would havo over guessed that
tho University authorities would be
forced to purchaso a ventilating sys
tem for tho Law building?
Many students on their way to tho
homo of tho attorneys havo wondered
at tho largo pieces of machinory at
tho sldo of tho building. It has nl
ways boen presumed that tho draft
In a law class room would bo ample
without any artificial devices, but
thoro has evidently been a mlscalcula-
I Tho Law bujldlng Is modern In
every way and has been built to bo
i ventilated by the lateBt process By
this Bystem the air throughout the
I building is kept in circulation con
stantly. A largo blowor wheel, run by
an olectrlc' motor, draws In fresh air
and forces it through tho passages
into tho various rooms of tho build
ing, thus forcing tho foul air out of
the room through another passage.
Tho Unlverplty has bought two such
syRtoins tho oLher ia to bo nut Into
tho Plant Industry building at tho
THUR,, FRI., 8AT., FEB. 12-13-14
THE ROSE TROUPE
"The Rising Generation"
ROSS & ASHTON
In "The Surveyor"
An Intense Two Part Drama
"THE MASTER OF THE MINE"
"BEATING THEIR BOARD BILL"
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 O St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solicited
cAjtet all is said and
done the whole substance
of our Clean Sweep Sale
We positively will
not catty ovez a single
win let suit ot overcoat.
Consequently we fyave pri
ced ttyem at
Come and get yours now
Optn Evenings 1132 0 St.
"iH " jRp &- k
"Oh' wo must part' the maiden said
"My name. 1 hoard it called1"
"I cannot part" ho hung his head
"HecniiHe I am so bold'
Or Dead Ones.
Hustler How s that suburban ceine
'.ery scheme of yours doing9
Hustler Furst class' All I want
now is to get a few llvo men In It
AT THE THEATRE8.
- - SERVICE m
Formerly MAGEE C& DEEMERj,
TODAY is the second day of the most
tremendous price-cutting Clothing
sale we've had in years.
You know the reputation of this firm for absolute reliability
both in merchandise and in business methods. Therefore when
we take from our regular stock more than 200 Kensington and
Kenmor Suits and Overcoats, as we do now and offer them at
it should be the signal for you to come in without a moment's
delay. There are many garments among them which will fit
you perfectly. In quality and tailoring they're as dependable
as any we have. They're simply broken lines which we're
anxious to clean out at once. .
Stop in this afternoon while the
selection is still good!
Chorus gives tho student froo admis
sion to the May Festival entertainment
All organization pictures must bo
taken by February 15. Juniors and
Seniors must accept their proofs a"
Townsend's at once.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday matlneo
and evening Tho Garden of Allah.
Next week Coming Bought and
Advanced vaudeville, with Taylor
Granville and Company In "Tho
Vaudovlllo and Foaturo Films Lil
lian Lorraine and Company qb
Feature Films and Orchestral Music.
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wanted Your best snapshots for
publication In tho Cornhusker. Any
Individual, group, "stunt" pictures,
picnic, danco or party groups will be
gladly accepted at tho office, or mall
to the Editorial Department.
Tho genorai election for selecting
tho president of tho four respective
University classes, tho Editor-in-Chief,
tho Managing Editor and tho Business
Manager of tho Cornhusker, and the
Ivy Day Orator will bo hold on Tues
day, February 17th, in Memorial Hall.
Tho polls will bo open from 9 to 12
and 1:30 to 5, excepting tho Convoca
tion period from 11 to 11:30, during
which tho polls will bo closed.
Each candldato Is required to file a
written statement of his candidacy In
this office before 5 p. m., Frldav, Feb
ruary 13. No candldato shall bo en
titled to election whoso namo is not
printed on tho ballot. There shall bo
no soliciting of votes by cards or
otherwise at the polls or In tho build
ing In which the election is boing bold
during election day.
E. M. RUTLEDGE, Registrar.
between 11 and 12 on tho same day as
tho tryouts. Parts of any modern play
may bo used.
Rifle Team Notice.
All men of tho Rifle Team ollglblo
to havo their pictures taken will find
their nameB posted at tho rlflo range.
Pictures to bo taken February 19 at
11:15 a. m, at TownBond's.
I Registration 1b still open for tho big
special choruB which 1b being assem
bled by Mrs. Raymond to sing on the
May Festival program. Practices are
being held on Monday, Wednesday
' and Friday. A special class for men
has been arranged for 7 o'clock on
Monday evening. Registration for
Orders for Senior -pins will bo taken
In tho Library on Wednesday from 8
to 10 and Thursday from 10 to 12.
Fifty cents must be deposited and the
remainder to be paid upon tho receipt
of tho pin.
Freshman Y. W. C. A. Vespers.
Thursday, February 12, -1914. Miss
Anna L. Luckey will preside. Sub
ject, "If I Were a Senior" Talks by:
Alice Gideon,"The Good Times I Would
Have;" Geneva Seeger, "The Books
I Would Know;" Helen Lyford, "The
Frlonda I Would Have;" Evelyn
Black, "Tho Girl I Would Like to Bo."
Samuelson, P. P Robb, C. N. Brown,
P. C. Spencer, Krauso, F. A. Babcock,
Frank PerklnB, Spooner, Cloyd Stew
art, W H. Bauman, Co-op Bookstore.
Charter Day Meet.
All entries for tho indoor track
meet to bo held on Charter Day, next
Monday afternoon, Fobruary 16th,
must-bo in to Carl Ganz at Dr. Clapp'B
office by 5 o'clock Friday, Fobruary
14th. Freshmen may ontor. Scholastic
standing does not bar contestants.
Lecture by Dean Sherman.
Beginning next Sunday morning,
Dean Sherman will conduct a class in
"Biblical Interpretation" at St. Paul's
church. Tho class will meet at 10
a. m. in tho Epworth Loaguo room.
All University men and women are In
vited to attend these lectures.
Dramatic Club tryouts will be held
at tho Temple Theatre, February 26,
7 p. m. Anyone wlBhlng to try out for
membership in tho club is requested
to report to Miss Howell In U. 106
Auditor's Report Catholic Dance.
Report of tho Catholic Students'
Club dance, February 6, 1914: Re
ceipts, 60 tickets at $1, $60. Expendi
tures: Fraternity Hall, $15; orches
tra, $16; printing, $9; refreshments,
$8.60; doorkeeper, $1.50; waiter, $lj
advertisement, 65 cents. Total, $51.75.
Theo. J. Sullivan, chairman. Audited
February 9, 1914.
T. A. WILLIAMS,
Agent Student Activities.
Auditor's Report Junior Prom.
Roport of tho Junior Prom, January
30, 1914. Roceipts: 67 tickets at $3,
$201. Expenditures: Printing tlckots',
programs and posters, $40.25; hall,
$25; refreshments, $22; cabs, $8.60;
doorkeepers, $3; decorations, 6;
music, $35. Total, $136.75. W. H.
Bauman, chairman. Audited Fobruary
11. 1914. T. A. WILLIAMS,
Agent Student Aotlvltlos.
If weather and light conditions por
mlt, tho photographs of tho cadet
companies for tho Cornhusker will bo
made on Tuesday, February if, at 11
If the above is possible, tho bugler
will sound first call at 10:50. Report
in uniform. E. N. BOWMAN
Junior Hop Tickets.
Tickots for tho big Junior dance to
be held at the Llndell, February 28,
1914, are obtainable from the follow
ing men for $1.25 each: R. F. Swift.
Reed Dawson, Phil Southwlck, Leon
Lincoln school board members havo
agreed to refuse Eunice Kelley a di
ploma showing that she had completed
the eighth grade work and watt ready
to enter the high school. The action
follows the effort of tho girl's father to
prevent tho board and school authorl-
ilos from dictating tho course of In
struction which the girl should take
In the local school. The supreme court
decided the girl could not bo required
to take domestic Bclenoo If her par
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