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THE DAILY NIBRASKAN
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TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:15
The Sensational 8uccess
"WHIN THE LAW"
Mat. $1 to 50c. Night $1.50 to 25c
Thu., Fri., Sat. & Sat. Mat, Apr. 2-4
Nnglht $1.60 to 25c. Mat. 50c
THUR,, FRI. & 8AT., APRIL 24-4
W. H. MURPHY, BLANCHE
NICHOLS AND COMPANY IN
"THE SCHOOL OF ACTING"
"THE DOUBLE CROSS"
HANS ROBERTS AND CO.
PHILLIP8 & WHITE
Mat. Daily at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c
Night 8M5. iPrices 15, 25,35,50,75c
Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Mar.30-31, Apr. 1
The Terplschorean Favorites
WILLIAMS & WARNER
"DOLLY OF THE DAILIES"
The Vltograph Masterpieces
"LOST IN MID-OCEAN"
See "THE 8INKING OF THE
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
11M O St. Yellow Froat
Tonr Patronage Solicited
Tennis Goods and
Lee Slotted Ten
1032 O St. . I
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always tho bOBt
-xp qor.vA...hnt, and cold
drinks all'wintor long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th Q Street
MEIER DRUG CO.
13,4uid O Streets
Try the iY. M. 0. A. ImnokN
Room, Oafeteritvt Flan
Oity Y. M. 0. JL ISth A P
organizations that have
All organizations that have had
their pictures taken and havo not paid
for (hlftr space in the Cornhusker
must, call at the ofilco and do bo at
once,' as no cuts will bo made until
paid for. Ofllce hours, 11 to 12 daily.
The seminar of agricultural teach
ers will meet in U. 102, March 30, at
7:45 p. m. Prof. C. W. Pugsloy will
discuss tho relation of the teachers of
agriculture in the high school to tho
public. All men interested are urged
The Black Masque wlU hold a recop-
tion for Junior girls April 25 at tho
governor's mansion. All Junior girls
Students, Faculty, Alumni, Attention!
Subscriptions will be taken for the
1914 Cornhusker Wednesday and
The Engineering Hop will bt held
at the Lindell Hotel, April 3, 1914.
Tickets are now on sale to students
at large. They may be" secured from
KJeldgaard, Beck and" Peterson.
t Senior IPns.
Senior pins may bo obtained at the
University Book Store.
All tho Important committees of the
Silver Serpents are requested 'to re
port AT ONCE.
Intercollegiate Prohibition Association.
The local contest for a representa
tive in the Intercolloglate Prohibition
Association oratorical contest for Ne
braska will bo hold April 7 place to
be announced later. Those wishing to
compete will notify Walter Hixen-
.baugh. J3 1562. not later than WedneB-
Inter-Frat Athletic Board.
Meeting of tho inter-fraternity ath
letic board, Thursday at 11 o'clock.
Each representative is requested to be
on hand with list of entries and dues
for the ensuing year.
At a meeting of tho sophomore class
over one hundred and fifty Btudents
turned out. Plans for tho semester
wero outlined and a scheme for a class
picnic were presented.
Three or four Unl men to act in tho
capacity of models for Society Brand
Clothes at tno. Spring JEofiPlon snow
Thursday and Friday. Apply at once
to. Mn Bempkej advertising manager,
third floor. Good, pay. Mayer Bros.
Northwestern Teachers' Agency.
I Thn leading agency for tlhe entire
Wes tand Alaska.
for free circular. Boise, Idaho.
Five general and traveling agonta to
demonstrate and sell "Endless Neck
ties. Latest novelty. Twolvo beauti
ful silk ties in one. Stylish Colors,
latest styles', durable and quick sell
ers. One agent, an ox-student at Ne
braska, made ?56 in one week selling
these ties. Fifty dolars weekly guar
anteed to hustlers. Liberal commis
sion. Exclusive territory now being
allotted. Write TODAY. W. It
Draper, Exojusivo Factory Distributor,
414 -Keith & Perry Bldg,, Kansas City,
Mo. . 331-3
Artiatlo dance programs and menus
fdr particular people. Georgo Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
BOOKS ON 8ALE
(Continued from page 1)
a pebble finish nnd will be printed on
theflnest enamel paper available.
This edition will sell at 2.oU, lliutmuur
prlco as laBt year, despite tho fact
that they cost 50 centB a copy moro
than the standard book of Inst year
Just to print. The do luxo book, which
is being introduced for tho first timo
in Nobraskn, is an oleganC book, bound
in red morocco and gold, with a padded
cover, printed on an extra grado
enamel paper with a gold top and tho
owner's name in gold In tho right
hand corner, and a silk facing in tho
inside. Last year at Wisconsin tho
Badger sold 300 copies of this edition
at $5.00 each. Tho management, in
order to introduce them hcror are offer
ing them, for $3.50, or about half what
they cost to print and engrnve.
The contract calls for 1,300 copies
of both editions and when this num
ber is sold it will bo impossible to get
any more at any price. Since tho an
nouncement in tho Rag last week of
tho advance sale, orders havo been
pouring into the business manager's
ofilco at tho rate of from fifteen to
twenty-five a day, so it is very doubt
fiil If "the remalnIng-bookswill-la8t
long. Business Manager Swift antici
pates a shortage by tho second day
and advises everybody that wants a
book to get them early, rather than
risk a chance of not getting one at all.
The following are those who will
take tho orders: Elizabeth Hyde, Ruth
M. Squires, J. W. Ferris, Leon Samuel
son, William Novlllo, "Jake" Schwab,
"Mike" Poteott Reed Dawson, L. W.
Charlesworth, Russell Swift, R. W.
Hahn, P C. Spencer, R. V. Koupal,
and Karl L. Janouch. Orders may be
sent Into the ofilco at any time during
the two days.
The de luxe edition will require a
deposit of $1.50 and the other $1.00.
Baseball Team at Farm.
Tho Agricultural College is to have
a baseball team this year. A meeting
for tho purpose of organizing is to be
held at the Farm this afternoon. It
is hoped that all those interested in
tho. -nationals jpor! jviU comeout.
Other colleges of tho Unlversltyare
getting ' up team'BTnidlively-confpeti-
tion for tho University college cham
pionship is looked for.
Tryouts will- be held at the Farm
field next Friday afternoon.
The Massachusetts Institute of
Technology is tho first school in the
country to establish a course in the
mechanics of air navigation.
In addition to an Immanfce showing off man's and young man's iraw
stylish spring suits that cannot fall to plaasa you bacausa tharats
nothing battar. made, wa hava just racalvad a naw shlpmant off tha
famous "Balmaccan" cravanattad ovarcoats for spring kimono
sleeve and full skirt effectrposltlvely tha nobbiest garment aver
called an overcoat. These come In a variety of patterns. Don't fall
to see them. v -. '
Fulk Ctotihng Co.
1236 O Street
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Four Days Commencing
To the Subscribers of
the Daily Nebraskah:
During the campaign for new subscribers during
the past registration week', promissory " notesforr
$1.00 were taken by the management as equivalent
to the, cash subscription?
"While these notes aro payable on tho demand'
of the publishers, it is not the intent of the pub
lishers to demand the payment at a certain date
but it understood that payment must be made be
fore the signer of the note leaves school.
h'ose who are indebted to the Daily Nebraskan
for the present semester may visit the office In IHo "
basement of University Hall at any timo and -upon
the payment of $1.00 receive a receipt in full.
Prompt payment, villassist tho management very
materially m mainnrnllninieial-rcporfc-before-the
end of the school year.
Monday, March 30th
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