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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1914)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRO
GRAM A DECIDED 8UCCE3S
The Stores of Interest To All University Mea and Women
(Continued irom pngo 1)
Raymond. The Bmoothnees and
artistic interpretation of the compli-
jcated work .wer.o-a -triumph for-JHrgr
Jtaymond In which all the audience
felt pardonable pride. The visiting
soloists and orchestra joined in the
applause when Mrs. Raymond was re
called after the close of the number."
It is worthy of note that the principal
solo work In this number was taken
by a local man, Mr. Charles L. Bagley,
in a manner which Would do credit to
any professional singer. Mr. Bagley's
magnificent baTltone voice was a sur
prise and a delight to the audience.
From the financial standpoint the
May Festival was a decided success.
The receipts were sufllclont to cover
all expenses aside from local manage
ment, and the guarantee fund which
was set aside last year by the Board
of Regents will not bo needed to make
up a deficit for the entertainment.
Incidentally the festival is a bit of
advertising which will be of great
value, to the University. Several east
ern musical -journals have, made men
tion of our interest In better music,
and the phenomenal success of the
undertaking is bound to bring credit
to the institution which fastered it.
CAPT. HUGH RODMAN
Captain Rodman, U. 8. N., will be
the real boss of the Panama canal
When It Is opened for commercial ship
ping, presumably next July, and will
have entire charge of all the details of
putting ships through. He Is head of
the department of canal operation and
for several months has been training
the pilots. Captain Rodman graduated
In 1880, and has spent most of the time
since at sea. He was with Dewey In
Two hundred uud-twenty-thrce vis
itors registered at the fifth annual
Journalism Week of the university,
which closed Friday night. Besides
theBe there were many who failed to
Our Spring' Hit in Suits
134 South 12th Street
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"We cater to the Univer
sity trade. Suits made to
order cheaper than rendy
mades $15 iip
To have your clothes thor
oughly cleaned and pressed.
Reasonable prices. Satisfac
Tailors Cleaners Pressors
Co-0p Book Store
318 N. 11th St,
5130 CLOTHCRAFT Blue Serge Special
The Greatest Value ia the Clothing World at the Tpftice.
SPEIER Sc 6IMON
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I can interest you. Look
me up at 119 N. 12th.
is the time to use your
If you do not have one
"We have them from
$6.00 to $60.00
$1.00 to .$12.00
They work like Kodaks
Better Kodak Finishing
(Eastman Kodak Co.)
1217 O ST.
S8.00 $8.50 .
All kinds of
BECKMAN BROS., El"n - o
"College Shoe Store Run by College Men"
Seeds and Plants
O difference whs
tne occasion is
you can always
find just the kind of
flowers you wish at this
Our carnations and
roses are the finest ever.
In potted and bed
ding plants we have a
splendid variety of all
Floral Dept. 1042 0 Stmt
Harris - Sartor
invite you to visit their sta
tionery department They
are especially equipped to
furnish refined engraving of
invitations, visiting cards,
monogram stationery, etc.
1323 O ST.
8END IT TO
If you soil your Gown or Slip
.pers, or any Garment, we can
your faded Dresses, SasTvfis,
Plumes can be-dyedrbeautlfullyr-
Hose and Slippers matched to
B-1292 1322 N
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At 1245 N 8t. you will find tho
BOOK AND ART
Wo carry a full lino of Books
GREETING AND CONGRATU.
LATION CARD8,-dlFT BOOK8
and NOVELTIES eur Specialty.
Wc would like to see you In
our show and cordially Invito
you to pect Jt. You need not
buy-just drop In.
Seo us lor cortmencemcnl gills
Nebr.Book & Bible House
Omaha Hat Factory
1234 O Stmt
Let Cbamberlin Sell it to You
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