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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1914)
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THE DAILY N I B R A K A N
GIRLS' I8SUE OF RAG
TO BE THE BEST EVER
THE NEW LOCATION.
TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:15
And Co-Workcra In Brleux's-
Nights, $2 to 50c. Mat., $1.50 to 60c
TUES., MAY 26, & ALL 8UMMER
Next Week "THE ONLY SON"
THUR., PR!., 8ATw-MA721, 22, 23
OUR INDIAN WARS
The Battles of War Bonnett, Sum-
mlt 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 uomoais
3 SHOWS DAIL 2, 7 and9 p. m.
Prices Mat.allBcats15c; Nlght25c
Advertising Has Held Issue Many
New Features Promised Illus
trations and Cartoons.
Mon., Tues., Wed. May 18, 19, 20
FRED J. KELLEY'S
SEVEN HAPPY YOUNGSTERS
THE VESTOFF 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
Tho girls' edltipn will como out
without fall on Tuesday of this woek.
Tho edition has been delayed for a
long time on account of tho lack of ad
vertising and the difficulty ot -secut
lng suitable copy. It is claimed by
thoBo who havo seen the copy that It
is one of the best editions that has
over heen put out by a college pub
lication. It practically reviews tho girls work
for the entire year, including the ath
letics, tho social and political activi
ties. The paper Is illustrated with a
choice collection of cuts and it has
The Advantage of theFrelenTLocaiTon
of the Medical 8chool at Omaha
by Dr. Irwin 8. Cutter.
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ST-UD EN-T-COU NGUr-AGAI
FAILS TO MATERIALIZE
Last Meeting of the Year Will Be
Held Next Thursday Urgent
Call for Quorum.
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
lilt O St. Yellow Fran
Yeur Patronage Solioited
The student council convention was
unable to meet again yesterday be
cause there was-not a quorumpresentr
The last mqetlng of the year will be
held on next Thursday morning dur-Ing-tho
ber, this Is positively the last meeting
of tho year and every member of tho
convention should bo present. The
most important business of tho year
will bo discussed and a full member
ship is essential to the success of tho
meeting. Every loyal member of tho
-conventlon-wlH-aee-to-ft-that-hu Is In death
room 202 of the Law Building next
Thursday morning at 11. '00 o'clock.
Tho state of Nebraska may well bo
proud of tho start, which has been
mado in Omaha, In tho building and
equipping of a splendid Medical Col-
lego plant. On a campus amplo to bo-
gin with, tho first building housing tho
laboratories has been constructed.
This building occupied In September,
1013, is probably as modern in con
struction and equipment al finy or tho
medical college buildings In this coun
try and tho verdlot of all who' Inspect
tho plant bears out this statement.
The school year now drawing to a
closo has given tho medical plant a
severe test both for organization and
working utility. That tho organiza
tion can and will bear improvement
goes without Baying and It would bo
Qpplornhlp Inrtprwl t .thn-phyalcAl-Aqnlp-l
ment were entirely satisfactory. But
progress has been mado of tho most
effective kind and such progress as
builds. for tho future.
Tho student body is compact and in
general harmonious. How much has
been accomplished for solidarity and
unity of student Ideals can only bo
known by those who havo gone
throughtho year. ItrlBfeaf6 to say
that no finer body of students will bo
found in any school in tho country
undnhelr uppbrtunlties equal their
Tho fears of many (who viewed the
removal to Omaha with apprehension),
that clinical advantages might not be
tho best, havo provon groundless and
It is a common verdict of tho upper
classmen that they aro "clinlced" to
In-tlrcHo-clinics are found a
Flowers All the Time
fry Our Luncheonettes
They aro always the best
We Etorve hot and cold
drinks all winter 1oet.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O 8treet
the outside- shirt and underdrawn
are ona trnrmnnt. Tilt mmn flm, t .l.f.-
mn'twnrk nut nf tlir frnnnrrn thit li.r. . .t.?r !l
to bunch in scat, that the drawers "tav nut." to tn nnthinn- nf
the COtnfnrt nncl rrnnnmv of n.ivinrr n mrnmnt m TTCiaxnit ..
.opens nil the way down closed crotch, closed back. See illustration.
I" or polf, tennis and field wear, wc recommend the special attached'
collar OLUS with replar or short sleeves. Extra sizes for very tall or stout
men, All shirt fahnrs, inroattcKninelmlinHlcfr$fc5o-to-$10;00r
OLUS one-pieco PAJAMAS for lounging, resting nnd comfortable sleep.
muuc uii me tame principle ns uluo omrts coat cut, closed back,
closed crotch. No string to tighten oT como loose. $1.50 to $8.50.
PUUips-Jones CoBpsay, Mlwr, Dtpl.N 1199 Brodwy,N.Y.
Rememberl If It Isn't coat-cut, It Isn't OLU8
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large percentage of real teachers;
men who havo accomplished much for
medicine as such, and who are now
trying to give their best to a coming
generation. Tho school has drifted
far from tho "show" clinic of many
schools and has placed the touching of
diagnosis and treatment on a real aca
Not tho least of tho many clinical
advantages Is tho free dispensary,
maintained and operated by tho Uni
versity. This free dispensary In round
numbers average 1,000 cases per
month, giving a wido experience in
diagnosis and applied medicine.
New Location, 244 N. Utb Street
try Ifae Y. H 0. A. Lmdi
ty Y. M. 0. A. 18th P
Call Tel. B-2-3-I-I
Cleaners Pressers Dyers
333 N; 12th St.
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 and O Strtett
Williams' office. $2.00 each.
FORESTRY CLUB OFFICERS
ELECTED FOR NEXT YEAR
Forahing, President Forest Club An
nual Staff Selected Palmer,
Scarf slide space
and lock front
Carry your Bank Account with us!
CITY NATIONAL BANK
, .Cor. nth and O Streehu
von i pilars
QPHUk&ffytmmm, fa America
UNITED SlUfcr aTCMXAK. CO. TROYTlY.
SOLD BXCliUSIVElV VH
1132 o' Street '
Tho Forest Club elected officers for
next year at Its last meeting, held
Tuesday evening. Tho staff of tho
iroreBt ciub Annual, which is again to
resume publication, was also elected.
Tho officers aro as follows:
The following have been elected as
members of tho Forest Club Annual
Risdon, associate edltor.-
Ohlson, business manager.
All officers wero elected unanimous
ly with tho exception of tho sergeant
atrarms, who had a hard fight, winning
by a small majority over Noble.
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Balloon Quickly Returned.
Harvard. Harvard camp, Woodmen
of tho World, sent jip a paper balloon
here- to which was attached a card on
titling dho person who returned it to
Deputy W. D. Asklne. to free entrance
fees into the order, and within an hour
It was returned' by Meyln Kltzinger
of this city.
MAGBB & DBEMER
Spalding and Victor Base
ball,Tenni8 &,Track Outfits.
Supplies forvevery Sport
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