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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1914)
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THE, DAILY NEBRABKAN
TONIGHTt WEDf & THUR.
Matinees Wed. & Thurs. at 2:30
Birrow - Howard Players
In Douglas Fairbanks' Success
Nights 50, 35, 25, 15c. Mats. 25 S. 15c
MAY 2223, "DAMAGED GOOD8"
DUfflECM TBBTIt B
THUR., FRI, 8AT. MaV21, 22, 23
OUR INDIAN WAR8
The Battles of War Bonnett, Sum
mit Springs and Wounded Knee
Perpetrated In Motion Pictures by
Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Colonel Cody
(Buffalo BUI) and Their Fellow
Commanded by the Very Officers,
and Camps on the Very Grounds of
the Immortal Combats
3 SHOWS DAIL 2, 7 and9 p. m.
Prices Mat.allseat8l5c; Night25c
Mon., Tues., Wed. May 18, 19, 20
FRED J. KELLEY'S
SEVEN HAPPY YOUNGSTERS
THE VE8TOFF TRIO
Hearst.Sellg News Pictorial
"MR BUNNY IN DISGUISE"
"THE MAN WHO DISAPPEARED"
Three Shows Dally 2, 7 & 9
MAT. All Seats 10c NIGHT 15c
Umivenrlty Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
11M 0 St. Yellow Frost
Tmr Patronage Solicited
Flowera All the Time
J27 South J3th Telephone B2234
New Location, 244 N. Utfa Street
Try the Y. M. 0. A. Lnnok
Boom, Cafeteria', Plan
Ky Y. M. 0. A. 18th A P
Gall Tel. B-2-3-I-I
Cleanart Freiert Dyers
333 N.12th St.
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 and O Xtreeta
Carry your Bank Account with ml
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Uth and O Streets.
Edwin R. Stratton
Michael D. Nolan
Harry P. Troendly
Clarendon K. Hodges
Charles DeWltte Foster
Household Arts Club.
The Household Arts Club will meet
Tuesday night, May 19, at the Chi
Omega house, 226 North Twenty-sixth
street. This mooting is postponed
from May 12 to May 19.
Students' Chemical Club.
The regular meeting of the Stu
dents' Chemical Club has been post
poned and will bo hold next Wednes
day evening at the usual time.
Persons desiring standard copleB of
the Cornhusker may order same at
T. A. Williams ofllce or Cornhusker
ofllce-for a-fow dnyo. -
All clothing must bo removed from
the lockers In the Women's Gym
nasium by Juno 1st or It will be con
fiscated by the University. Arrange
ments may bo made before Juno 1st
for storing property with Mrs. Pierce
for the summer.
INA E. QITTINGS.
Talk on Railroads.
Mr. H. G. Taylor of the State Rail
way Commission will speak boforo tho
class in Railway Transportation on
Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock
in U. 102. His subject will bo "Work
of tho Nebraska Commission." Every
one interested in this subject is' on
titled to the privilege of being present.
Dr. J. E. Alway will give a demon
stratlonal lecturo on "Electromag
netic Oscillations" in tho phyBlcs lec
ture' room 'Wednesday evening, May
20th. The general publio" is invited to
Lynn J. Montross
see and hear this,
Como and bring
A special meeting of the Pharma
ceutical Society will bo held at 6 p. m.
today in place of the regular semi
monthly evening meeting.
Ivy Day Committees.
Meeting of all Ivy Day committees
Thursday at 11 a. m. In U. 106. Mat
ter of distributing surplus to be con
Tho Missouri Club will meet Tues
day evening May 19, at 7:15 o'clock
In room 9 at tho Temple. Election of
Tho Students' Chemical Club will
meet Wednesday evening in the chem
istry lecturo room at 7:30 o'clock. All
members out, as officers will bo elect
ed for next semester.
People We Know.
Dr. Ramcy of Alnsworth, Nebr.,
who accompanied tho collecting par
ties sent by the University to Devil's
Gulch last season, was a guest at tho
State Museum during tho week.
Mr. Calvin T. Mooro, U. of N. 1912,
has been called by telegraph to report
to tho United States Geological Sur
vey, for duty in Colorado, and leaves
today. Mr. Mooro took second placo
in tho Civil Service examination.
Georgo R. Busho of Stanford Uni
versity, national secretary of tho
Delta Chi fraternity, is at tho chapter
houso this week.
LOST Thursday, a bunch of keys,
probably in tho postofllce, Return
lilllly f OfUS tho outside shirt and underdravrers are one garment. Vnflll
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