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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1909)
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THE DAHtYk NEBRASKAN
OLIVER TlfiEAT It
WED. MAT, & EVE., MARCH 10
A Knight 'For o Day
Mat $1 to 25c. Eve-$1.50 to 50c.
.THUR8DAY NJGHT,. MARCH 11
FLORENCE ROBERT8 IN
The House of Bondage
Prices: $1.50 to 50c.
COMINGS "COW PUNCHER."
GEO. 8. VAN
and His Imperial MlnBtrol Co.
. and His Players in "Wise MIko"
Performing Seals nnd Sea Lions
The Famous Harmony Singers
BILLY NOBLE and JEANNE
In Songs and Smart Sayings
J. B. LEONARD and SUSIE M,
In "Mulligan's Masquerade"
FINN & FORD
Mat. Dally Except Mon- 15 & 25c
Every Night Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE 6UR ADVERTI8ERSJ
Week, Commencing Mon.,, March 8
One Big Week
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
ALICE. OF OLD VINCENNES
A Continental Play, Period 1778
With Wed. and Sat. Matinees
Prices Always the Same 15 & 25c
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTI8ERSI
The Acme Parlors
.934 P STRE?J
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine" Confectionery
HNEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
POTT LP POOL
2 J-2 cts. per
3 cues. 10 cts.
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given, With
Every 5c Spent In the Place.
for Concert or Dances
G. F.Thornburg - - - Director
Ralph, J. Reld,, - v- -, Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio. 4 J6 So. J7th: Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Social wnlng - , - .- Friday
Ataicei Glass ' r .Monday Eve,
Class Evenings ; WiJ. Sat.
Private Letions Given
1124 N STREET
W, Gleanings w
Don't forget Tripp tonight." ' j
C. H. Fre', llorlst. Ii33 O St.
Tripp tonight at Templo 25c.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Tripp seats at Templo today.
Canieron's Lunch Cbunlor, 123 So.
Tripp impersonates thlrteori char
acters. Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentiBt, 202
Tripp seats reserved, all day today
at Temple. Only 25c.
See Hereford. New Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215" O.
Alphrt Omicron PI entertained at a
house party Saturday evening.
New spring styles In footwear now
on display. Beckinan Bros., 1107 O St.
Take your lady and hear Tripp' to
night. You will both enjoy him.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Only 25c to hear Tripp tonight.
Better than the Majestic. Come!
Dr. j. r. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of -Commerce.
Tripp Impersonates thirteen differ
ent characters tonight at Temple. 25c.
The Latin club will meet tonight
with Miss Toomey and Miss Powell at
7-15 South 15th Stdeet.
Learn the barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Joseph Blenkison, law 1911, Delta
Upsilon, returned" Sunday 'from a slibrt
visit in Sioux City, Iowa.
The Komonsky Club met Saturday
night in the music hall of tho Tem
ple. An excellent program was given.
New Spring Shapes and
Professor Coons, ex-1909, has been
retained for tho coming two years as
superintendent of schools, at Osmond,
A high class attraction will be given
at the Temple tonight. Walter B.
Trip;), tho monologulst, will delight
On account of the inclement
weather tho regular drill of tho cadet
battalion was held in the armory last
Tho English club met Saturday eve
ning at the home of Miss Mary Shell
man. A very pleasing program was
Roland R. Reed, M. D. 1910,, of the;
Omaha college of medicine, visited
with friends In" Lincoln, Saturday and
George Buol, M. D. 1910, of Om
aha college, of medicine, visited Satur
day and Sunday at the Alpha Theta
Chi house, "v .
Some of tho students In the forestry
department nro. ,. planning' to sp6nd
their spring vacation In tho tree nur
sery at Crete, rteb. '
,Dean Fordyco will leave in a few
days to delivor a series oflocCuros bo
fore county teachdrs' conventions in
tho .northern part of tho statd.
Last Saturday Dean yordyco of tho
teachers', collcgo, dedicated tho now
high, school building at Pilgor, Nob.,
and gave an addroBS In the ovoning.
Professor Barbor, of tho Latin de
partment, will glvb a locturo on tho
rocent meeting of tho classical asso
ciation hold at Now Orleans, La.,
which ho attended.
Philip Frederick, 1911, departed Fri
day ovoning for his homo at Sutton,
Nob, Ho was suffering from a cold
when fie loft and Is now confined at
homo with a sovcro attack of la
Tho Iron Sphinx, the sophomore
class fraternity, hold their annual
dance at tho Lincoln hotel Saturday
evening. About twenty-five couples
wore in attendance. Tho music was
furnished by Walt's orchestra,
.L W. Roberts, 1905, passed his ex
amination for a . master's degreo , in
botany Saturday. Mr. Roborts will
have chargo of tho summer school
work In the department of botany,
during the coming session of that
For the past few days many of tho
university studonts and faculty mem
bers have taken advantago of tho ex
cellent duck hunting In tho nearby
lakes. Mnny have visited tho vicinity
of Ceresco and the lakes north of
Havelock, and have had oxcellont
The botanical department has pro
pared a largo number of specimens
of the gonuB Panlcum for shipment to
tho national herbarium at Washington,
D. C. The plants will bo used In tho
preparation of a work on grasses un
der tho direction of tho United States
department of agriculture.
The members of tho Forest Club
held their first dance in tho Tomplo
Saturday evening. About forty
couples wero in attendance. It is
very probable that a dance given by
this organization will become an an
Announcement had been received at
the office of tho registrar that Bryn
Mawr college Is offering twelvo resi
dent fellowships and twenty graduate
scholarships under a competitive sys
tem whereby applications must bo' in
AINU TWfcfcN HATS $
Shades $2.50 to $5.00 ,
not later than April 15. Full infor
mation can bo had at tho registrar's
Professor O. V. P. Stout has boon
electod secretary of Phi Beta Kappa
in place of Dr. J. T. Lees. Dr. Lees
waB secretary last year but recently
resigned. Miss Louise Pqund, who
has served as corresponding secre
tary of the. society since 1895, also re
signed. Miss Compton was elected to
succeed her. .
Tho Zoological Club will meet at 8
p. m Tuesday evening, March 9, in
the Zoological lecture room, N. 210.
The following program will be given:
Tho BInoralcs of Flees, -by various
authors; reviewed by Dr. Henry 'B.
Ward. Heredity, Variation and Evo
Iutlon in Protozoa, by-H. S- Jennings;
reviewed by George R. La Ruo.
Dr. Bessey has received inquiries
from peach growers about Beaver
City, Neb., in regard to the peach crop
pf that, section. Various sample of
the peach buds were sent for inspec
tion as to whether or not thoy wero
killed; Such was shown to bo the
case, the cold snap of recent date hav
ing 'presumably proven too severe for
the. young buds.
Inquiry has been received from
residents ofiamfordtfdb;! in rof
oronco to nh agent 'claiming to rep
roflont tho Btato horticultural socloty
and also alloglng a connection with
university professors. Ho tried to soil
fruit frees to tho Stamford pcoplo on
such representations. Tho Stamford
ltcs havo been notified by both tho
horticultural socloty nnd tho unlvor.
slty men concornod that tho man is n
fraud. Tho socloty has no sucji
ngonts. . ,.
Tho undergraduate collogo equal
suffrogo club mot WodnoBday ovoning
at the home of Mlsa Lilah David, 2041
South Seventeenth street. Sovernl
Bhort current articles wore read and
discussed, and tho "scrap book" wub
hoard with tho' usual lntorest somo
clippings creating consldorablo amuso
mont. A social timo followed. Now
mombors entering slnco tho last moot-
Hotton & Ennis, Props. Downstairs, Royal Jfotcl
Hospital for Sick Clothes .
ALL KINDS OF STEAM AND DRV CLEANING
$1.00 Per Month Treatments Given Once a "Week
GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Auto Phone 443 1 BU A-2473
Dickens "Martin Chugzlewit"
Temple Theatre March 9th, 8:15 P. M.
Tickets 25c. Reserved at Porters
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