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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1909)
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Mat $1.00 to 50c. Night $1.50 to 60c.
Prices $1.50 to 25c
A Girl at the Helm
13th and P F. H. Bradstreet, Mgr.
Every Night 8:30, Wed. and Sat.
Mat. 2:30. Best Seats 25c
Beginning Tonight at 8:30
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Best in America, Will Appear in
A Beautiful Comedy Drama of
Next Week "The Girl With
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N THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of eVery University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 o St.
II makes rent with ntan-i
$3 Per Month.
Dargalns in Rebuilt Machines.
UNCOLU typewriter exchanqi
Aato llfl-Bll 11BL 123 No. 11th
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all BtudsnU.
V PIPES B$
UNI. SMOKE HOUSE
1182 O Street
. Do Your Washing
Fine Line Pound
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Ml Gleanings W
Oct ft Majestic ticket tree.
C. H. Frey, floriHt, 1133 O St.
Beckmnn Bros. Fine shoeB. 1107
Bretn Mills was yesterday pledged
to Dolta Gamma.
Ent nt John Wright's, 114 South
O. W. White, '11, has quit BCHool
and gone to Los, AngoloB, Cal.
A free Majestic ticket with each
Sam Slaughter has prepared a beau
tiful poster for the non com hop.
Ctaapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. The students' debating club will
meet tonight in their club rooms.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Alpha Theta Chi was entertained
last night at a dancing party at the
home of Edwin 'Davis.
Dr. J. Davis, Dentist. Charges rea
sonable. Over Bank of Commerce, tf
Alpha Omicron Pi will glyo a house
t party tonight at the chapter house on
South Fifteenth street.
Have your clothes pressed ai
Weber'B Suitonum. Cor. 11th and O.
The committees appointed to con
sider the question of inter-class do
bates will meet in U. 10G at 1 p. m.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Elevonth and P streets?
Lost Between university and 1432
R, a small gold watch bearing name
"Alice," with university fob. Reward
for return, 1432 It.
A 25c MajOBtlc ticket and a $1.25
subscription to the Nebraskan for
20 Per Cent Discount Sale
Furnishings and Hats ends
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V. G. Humphrey, '03, who has been
at Delqvan, Wis., returned to Lincoln
yesterday and will bo at homo for sev
eral days, at least. There is a possi
bility that ho may re-enter tho uni
versity. Why not lot tho'Nobraskan pay your
Majestic ticket this week? See our
offer on page 3.
Tuesday at 11:30 in Memorial hal,
tho sophomores will hold a meeting''
at which considerable business of
importance is to come up. Chairman
Woiss of the hop committee will give
a short report.
Tonight the KomonBky club will hold
a meeting in the Music hall at tho
Temple theater to which tho public
Is cordially invited to attend. Special
music will bojrendered and the main
feature of the program is an illus
trated lecture on "Bohemia" by Miss
Hrbek, of the German department.
The Llndell cafe is making an in
novation in their Sunday evening sup
pers in thq 'way of .a special menu
prepared by one of Chicago's famous
chefs. Music is furnished by a four
pioco orchestra. Tho management is
catering especially to university stu
dents. Peter Qlnrfch;.a student at tho state
farm from Aurora, Nob., dlod Friday
after a short illness of heart trouble
Ho was just twonty-flvo yoara of ago
and was a Junior in tho collego. Gin
rich wns troubled with heart trouble
four years ago, but had oxporlencod
no troublo lately. The body waa
taken to Aufora, his fofaor homo(J
where burial will tako placo.
The junior Informal wns hold last ,
night at Fraternity hall with about
thirty-flvo couples in attendance. Tho
dance was a buccoss in overy par
ticular, oxcopt financially, tho doflclt
which tho committee will havo. to re
port amounting to cIobo up to $25. 1
W. W. Munson was chairman of tho i
hop and Geo. Bally, master of cere
Mr. L. P. Sawyer, '99, who, as a stu
dent, disclosed a very social tempera
ment, hnB taken very naturally and
effectively to tho commercial end of
electrical engineering business, having
a distinctly successful careor as sales
manager for tho Buckoyo Electrical
Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, n largo nnd
Mr. C. B. FrlttB, "96, has, sinco
graduation, been connected continu
ously with tho Metropolitan Streot
Railway of Kansas City, having work
ed up with that company through all
engineering grades to that of general
manager, a position which is in Its
importance and emoluments qulto
equal to those enjoyed by few leading
and successful men in any other of the
Clarence W. RhodeB, '70, 1b with tho
Hawaiian Gnzotto Co., Honolulu. Mr.
Rhodes received tho dogreo LL, B.
from Columbia in 1878. Ho has been
engaged in various lines of tho print
ing industry from compositor to tolo
graph editor of a dally paper. Ho
filled in a credltablo manner tho re
sponsible position of Commissioner of
Public Works, Denver, Colo. HIb wife
will bo remembered as FrancoB A.
Seymour, a member of '78.
Wilber T. Elmore, '9G, '97, is presi
dent of the Ramapatam Theological
Seminary at Ramapatam, Nellore, In
dia. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore oxpect to
sail for Bombay April 15, for a short
tour of Europe, probably reaching
America early in Juno. Thoy havo
boen abroad nine years, and look for
ward with pleasure to renewing old
friendships and associations in Ne
braska. Their address aftor April 1
will be in care of C. J. Elmore, Grand
Island College, Grand Island, Nob.
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on all our Men's Fine g
Wednesday, January 13 g
1325 O g
W. B. Pillsbury, '92, Professor of
psychology in tho University of Mich
lgan, is conducting tho work in exper
imental psychology at Columbia uni
versity this semester during tho ab
sence in Europe of Professor James
McKean Cattell. Professor Pillsbury's
now book on Attention (Longman's
1908) has attracted much favorable
comment. It is said to be the best
work on thiB subject in any language.
It 1b certainly one of tho moBt scholar
ly products of American investigators.
Mr. A. E. Hibnerj06, who was with
tho Westinghouse company last year,
acting as salesman In Philadelphia,
has recently taken up with the Roch
ester Electric Railway & Power Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., in tho capacity of
R. E. Hulett, '99, who began his com
mercial activities with tho Western
Electric Co., pf Chicago, has become
electrical engineer for , the Hecla
Portland Cement1 Co.,. Bay City, ,Mlch.
This company has an extenslyo power
houso and motor drive equipment
William Axlind, '98, and? :Lucinda
Burrows A"xling, '00, sailed for,' Japan
December .1, on the '1 Baciflo inail
steamer "Mongolia,", rafter, .'a 2 furlough
S'f two 'years, necessitated 'by tho c6n
Itipn of Mr. Axllng health,. Mr, Ax
ling is Evangoliatlc missionary for the.
city of Tokyo, 30 Tsukljj, Tokoyp,
Japan. " ' ' , '
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All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and Twelfth Streets
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, MlniBtor.
Sorvlco 10:30. Sunday School 12, ,
All Studonts aro cordially Invited to attend its services.
ALL PEW8 ARE FREE
Sunday, Jan. 10, 10:30 a. m. Sermon subjoct: "A FInaf ToBt of
All Souls' Church is a froe fellowship for tho worship of God and
tho service of Man. It judges no man's charaotor. It erects no bar
riers of crood or doctrine. Its pulpit Is a free pulpit comlmttod to
tho soarch after Truth.
7:30 p. m. Meeting to disouss tho roltalon of mind ntid bodily
hoalth. AddreBsos by Dr. H. B. Lowry, Dr. S. E. Cook, Rov. Arthur
L. Woatherly. Dr. Inez C. Phllbrick will preside.
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