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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1909)
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Today: Mat 2:30. ,fnlht :15.
Mimum Vta tktlt In "Cfastmaitis"
Mat $1.00 to 25c Night $1.50 to 25c.
vtHURSDAY NIQHf. MARCH 4
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t IN LORD DUN WEARY
FRi; $AT. AND SAT. MATINEE,,
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The Playful Player
The Eminent Swedish Artist
The Envy'of all 'Woman Kind
. ORTER J. WHITE
Arid' Hl 'Company Appearing In
The Most Original Act of. Its Kind
Slnaer anif a Pair "of Dancers
Mat. Dally 2:15 (except Monday),
Prices 150 and 25c "
tEvery Night fat 78:5-Prlcest 15c,j
zoc, aoc j arm oue, , u-.
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WEEk STARTING MARCH 1st'
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Thc jfiktee of Us
i Best Seats 25c
Every Night at 8:30
Matinee Wed. and Sat. 2:30
Net wee&, "A'llce of Old,, vln- ,'
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.PAThONI. E OURTADVERTI8ER8I
934 P STREET
Bowlino, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, Fine Confectionery
fINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
, IN THE VWEST i '
BILLIARDS, 40c fet Hour.
7 ., , POOL, by Hour, 40c
ROTATIONOOI I h ,. .
HOTT.LK POOL J I... r
3 cues JO cts.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue,
TJ6 Checks Willi Gaines.
Profit .Sharing Cqupoos Given, With
c Every 5c Spent in the Place.' -
for Concert or Dance v
G. F. Tbornburef N - .Pj'ector
fRalnh T.Reld. - - - - Pianist
d Violin and'iCoroet Irutroctlon given at
' Studlc; 4 J'So, I7tH. Auto 5877.
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SicIiIEkhIh s- - - ; Friday
MfauMl Clm .SilnrOy Eve.
Class Emilys - MMiiy k Weinesiay
Private Lotion Given ' .
if Paired, ' "
1124 N STREET
The Acme Parlors
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W Gleanings w
C. H, Prey, ilorlst, 1133 O 8t.
.Alpha Omlcron PI will hold a houso
party Saturday njght.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 8o.
MIsb Edna Rudersdorf, 1908, Is
teaching in South Omaha, Nob.
See Hereford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
Charles J. McCarthy, 1911, has re
turned from a short buBlneBs trip to
New Bprlng style's in footwear now
on display. Beckraan Bros., 1107 O St.
Miss Fanny Putramp, 1912, vls'lod
with her parents In Omaha on Sat
urday and Sunday.
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Anton LOU, 1907, has .been appoint
ed superintendent of lines for tho Om
aha Street Railway company.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Miss Alfa Warton, 1911, has left
school for this semester. She has re
turned to her homo at Superior, Neb.
t Dr. j. R. Davis, dontlst. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Ray Flndley, 1908has been appoint
ed superintendent of tracks and road
construction for" tho Omaha Street
Railway company at Omaha.
All our $2.00 fountain pens must
go at 90c. Only two more days of
sale. Uni Book Store.
The department of entomology lifts
received, through the government mu
seum of Moscow, Russia, a large col
lection of graBS-hoppors from Peru,
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
(Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
Bchobi; Call Auto 4477.
' Dr. Walkor and .her sister returned
Whon youifoyes.tiro and
in uiuugut jiiiu wjiuu
viBiuii wiiuii iiiibiuu tmis
i Est. 1871. HALLETT, Registered Optometrist, 1143 O
to Lincoln, Monday afternoon, from
their homo near Portland, Oregon,
whore they had been called by t"0
death of their father.
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Have your seoiu the kn9,vy:"vdogglQ."
Oxfords? Sanderson's havo thp swell-
ost ones you ever saw., Drop In and
see them. -,
The Undergraduate Cpllego Suffrage
club .will .meet tonight 'with Miss
Lllah David 'at .2641 South Seven-
teonth street. There will be the usual
short program and social time.
Incredulous! Students can get a
guaranteed non-leakdblo solid storling
sllYor pen for $3,00 toddy at Unl.
Book Store. Regular price $6.00.
. Sigma Chi held' an Initiation of how
members: Saturday night at the, chai)
tor house. l Claude Fordyce, 1910, of
.University Place, and F. B. Tipton,
1912, of Lincoln, wore initiated.
' Have you examined thaC beautiful
line of Salz fountain pens at the man
ufacturer's sale In Unl. Book Store
All pens at cost. Sales doses to
morrow. . . '
The examination of "J, W. Roberts
for tho degree of Master of Arts In
Bothny wjllboheld; ox Saturdayj
March 5. Professors Charlds ,E". Bes-
soy, E. M'wUcox and TFlTymond ' Jl
Pool wlfl conduct , " " '
NoticeThat largo $G,00 "Studont
Special" pen at $2.50 Is ono of tho
many bargains in fountaih peus at
Unl. Book Stord today. Salo closos
At a meeting1 of iho Forest club
last night' E. Q. Polloys gavo a vory
interesting locturo on "Lumborlhg In
Washington." Following this Q. N.
Lamb dtscussod tho subJoCt of "Tho
Microscopic Study of Wood."
All members of the Junior football
team aro roquostod to moot at Town
sond's Thursday, March 4, at 1 p. m.
A second picturo is to bo taken, as
tho first ond was Bjpoilod. O. Bent
The fourth' of tho intor-class basket
ball games will bo hell tonight. Tho
freshmen meet tho juniors, and it will
probably bo ono of tho hardest fought
games of tho Intor-class serlos,. as
neither, team has been defeatod.
Tho classes in Botany II. havo takon
Up tho study of physical carporay
cotcal, claBB basidlosporcao. This
class includes tho puff-balls, mush
rooms and toad-stools. Tho study of
thcBO plants and their round of life
is highly intcrostlng. T
Tho Forest club mot last evening
G, N. Lamb gave a talk on "Micro
scopic Study of Woods," and E. Q.
Polloys on "Lumbering in Washing
ton." Afterwards treated informally
to coffee and sandwiches by Professor
and Mrsfl Phillips.
A. M. Voss, assistant high school In
spector, has Jubt returned from a tour
of inspection through tho stato.
Among tho places visited were Mil
ford, Brady, Sldnoy, Kimball, Bridge
port and Scotts Bluff. Tho high school
at Kimball is ono of tho few county
high schoolB In this state.
Saturday ovenlng Alpha Phi soror
ity held their annual party at the
r Lincoln hotel. About ono hundred
couples were present, among them be
ing tho Misses Howard, Farley, Nor
throp, Alleman, Mllroy, Frazer; Mason
and Colo of Omaha, Lawrence .and
Eddy Fremont and Alexander of Spo
Mr. B. W. Capon of tho Nebraska
Tolophono company v,lll talk bdfore
tho university branch of the' American
Institute of 'Electrical "Engineers on
OOO O 0000000OffiO0&i
aclie when.fch'oy "blink' i 9
limy wiiik tu gou uiv5r 5
wui us ij&i'j uoi
Tuesday ovenlng, M.arch 2d, at 8, p.
m in ,M 1QG, Subject,,, "Electrical
Protection of, the T.olophpne Plant"
All those interested In engineering are.
cordially Invjted. t
A. L.' Weaver, a graduate student,
and S. A. Mahood; 1910,' assistants In
the chemical laboratory, narrowly es
caped serious Injury last week, 'They
wero handling a largo beaker of acid
when tho bottom of tho beaker drop
ped out Their clothes wero turned"
and bodily Injury was averted just In
time by tho, application of ammonia.
C. A. Relmers, 1909, and, formerly
of the Annapolis naval academy, has
organized a fencing class. Mr,"RoIm
era is veVy skilled Jn tho science of
fencing. Last year he .taught a class
In fencing at the university, At, pres
ent, about twenty mcyi have registered
for the course. Tho class period is
from 5 to. 6 daily in he gymnasium.
Professor Phillips of tho Forestry
department has received a 'letter from
G. A. Pearson, iflOG, in which ho
states that he has places for three
Nebraska forestors for thp coming
summer. He also states that "ho hopes
to secure a permanent position for a
fourth map. Mr. Pearson Is now en
gaged in experimental work. In fores
try In Arizona. ,
rmW evehrriginrY 1M .Mr.'B:
Wf CapenMoMhe Nobraska Tolophono
company tfecturod before tho Univer
sity of Nebraska branch, of the Amer
ican InBtituto of Electrical Engineers.
Mr. Capon Is a capable; practical man
and prcflontcd u view of engineering
In ond branch of oloctrical .work. Tho
subject of his locturo wa "Electrical
Protection of tho Tolophono Plant."
Prof.- J. H. Powors of tho biology
dopartjnont is raising a largo mini
bor of amoobas -the Httlo animals
that aro 'tho simplest of living organ.
Isms. Thp nmopbas Prof. Povyors, is
fiirniBhlng to a numbor of collogcs
and universities throughout' tho Unit
od States. Recontly somo of 'thqso
tiny organlsnis woro sohtlo n school
Inj'Massachlisotts,' fand ,also.'toa Cali
fornia college - ' v "
At- a mooting of tho. faculties on
February 12, 1008, it was voted that:
"Boglnnlng with tho first sonidstor of
1908-1909, no junior and senior themes
aro required as heretofore." Tho ex
ception fco this,1 howovor, is .that .son
lors of 1908-1909 who did not writd
tho two thomos required of them as
Juniors must' still moot tho f roqulro
ments In ordor to - graduate -int. Juno
or July, 1909.
;Mr.'Charies H. Gablo, of tho depart
ment of entomology, has for some
tlmo been engaged1 In tho study of tho
parasites of whlto-marked Tussock
moth, with tho possibility of doing
some work on tho gypsy mot..Ho,has
ucun rcquoBieu 10 scna nis notes to
iuu u. a. uurcuu oi unioiuyiOKy, bo
that vthey 'may bo Incorporated with
somo similar studies which are being
carrledvonJn Ihd east. '
The girls' oasket-ball tournament
Wlll'bogln promptly at0'2 p., m. to
morrow. The tournament is between
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. ,w.' fr e students and as., such
t. vr itu.u j
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i'u. !ia: nAcfa
; ": ;ministratioiii Building today
? u VQne dollar a semester, y
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tcanir rSpreSdritink' thf different
olaasBH, v The class team wjnnlng the
tournament will bd presbnted with la
jkinnant.- This raeoOng will be openeii
by a parade of tho ,teams and fheir
mascotB and other orialnal amuse
ments. All of tho university girls
wishing to attend will be excused
from olassos from 2 to 4 p. m. A
small, admission of 10 conts will bo
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CARNEGIE FUND NOW ASSURED
Iowa Legislature Tak , NecesMry
r Steps for Pension, Fund.
Prosldpnt' Jantas received yostor
day tho certified 'copy of tho Joint
resolution of tho 40th general assem
bly, approved by tho governor, which
endorses tho request of the university
to ho put on the list of institutions
to tho members of whoso facultlos
rotlrlng allowances will bo granted
tifldor the rules df tho Carnegie fotin-
President Jumos forwarded yester
day to tho trustees of tho ,Carncglo
foundation a. forma! roquest to placo
tho unlvorslty 01111101? list of accep
ted institutions. '1
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ior class Thursday, March, 4, to com
plete, tho election of offlcors.
Glasses of Soda Water
Bold'avd drank t'rom our 20th Century
3anitary Sm1u Fountain season 1008;
Agenoy Hiiylers, Qunthors und Lown
sya Chocolates aud Bonbons. '
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