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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1909)
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Today: Mat-3:30y Tonight 8:15.
A ' Knight For a Day
Matr-S1 to 25c. Eve 41.50 to 50c.
" fTHURIJDAY N'ldHT, MARCH 11
FLORENCE ROSERT IN
The House of Bondage
Prices: $1.50 to 50c.
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COMING: "COW PUNCHER."
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GEO. 8. VAN
and His Imperial Mlnatrol Co.
TH08. H. INCE ,
arid His Players In "WWe Mlko"
Performing Seals and Sea Lions
Tho Famous Harmony Singers
BILLY NOBLE arid JEANNE
In Songs and Smart Sayings
J. B. LEONARD and 8U8IE M.
In "Mulligan's Masquorado"
Finn & ford
Mat Dally Except Mon 15 & 25c
Every Night Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER8!
Week Commencing Mon., March 8
One Big Week
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
ALICE OF OLD VINCENNE8
A Continental Play, Period 1778
With Wed. and 8at. Matinees
Prices Always the 8ame 15 & 25c
PATRON I. E OUR ADVERTI8ER8I
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowiin'o, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco. Fine Confectionery
fINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
; POOL, fay Hour, 40c.
2 1-2 cts."per
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Couppps Given With
Every 5c Spent in tfie Place.
O R O H EST RV
for Concert or Dance
G;F.- Tfaornfeurg, - - - Director
Ralph J, Rdd, ----- Phnlst
: Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio,: 4)6 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
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Successor to PitU
Stclal EftRlHf - - - Friday
iinWU Class - Mirtiy Eva.
Class Evfilnes - Wiri. It Sat.
Private Lessons Given
if Deired '
1124 N STREET
Xt.'.4bl't' ' B.M A-2021
O. H. Froy; llorlst. 1133 O St.
Hear the Chopin Bongs at tho Tom
plo tomorrow ovonlng.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Now and unusual songB at tho Tem
ple tomorrow 'evening.
See Heroford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
Tho Hawkoyo club moots Saturday
ovonlng, .March 13th, at 8 p. m.
Get your lunch at tho. city Y. M. C.
A. Spa. 13th & P.
Alice Wldney Conant's recital at- the
Temple tomorrow ovonlng. ,
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Miss Laura Pettison spent Saturday
and Sunday at South Omaha, Neb.
. Now spring styles in footwear now
on display. Bookman Bros., 1107 O St.
The mid-day meeting of tho Y. W.
C. A .today will bo a praise ,sorvico.
Have your clothes pressed at
Webor's Suitorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Miss Eva Arnold, 1909, spent Sun
day at Fremont visiting with her par
ents. Dr. J. It. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Louis Harte, 1910, Beta PI, loft Sat
urday on a week's hunting trip in
Miss Florence TUlitson, 1908, of
Omaha, visited friends in Lincoln on
Miss Annabel Good, 1912, visited
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
at Wahoo, Nob.
Miss Lois Nesblt, visited with her
parents at Omaha, Nob., tho latter
part of last week.
Learn tho barn danco, Lincoln
Wo aro prepared for prompt action in'Repairlng Frames or
Replacing Broken Lenses. Doesn't matter whore you got yours,
wo can duplicate lens, or any part of the frame, on short notice.
!-Est. 1871. HALLETT, Registered Optometrist, 1143 O
Dancing Academy, 1132 N.
school. Call' Auto 4477.
Miss Eunice Bauman, 1910, spont
Saturday and Sunday at tier homo
at West Point, Neb.
Miss Alfreda Powell, 1911, spont
Saturday and Sunday at 'her homo in
South Omaha, Neb.
W.E; Hamiltonigilpolta Upsilon
has loft school for this semester, on
account of his health..
Ray E.jRico, 1911, departed yester.
day tfor Fow)er4 Kan., where he goes
to bo present at, tho funeral of a
The visiting committee of the uni
versity X. V?, C. A. will nold a home1
made candy sale in the Temple to-
Miss Celia Harris, 1910, slipped on
tho ice pavement in front! of the
WlndBor, WlJpi; Tuesday morning and
broke tier ankle, , '
The subject of , the mid-day meeting
of the Jt w. C, A. yesterday was
"A Welt Rounded' ilfe." Miss Beulan
Jennings was leader.
Miss Sa'rki Hrbok; of the Bohemian
DopartmMt, will speak Friday oven-
Ing, March 12th, at Table Rock, Neb.,
on "Tho Land of? Koraenaky."
Tho chomlstry club will moot' this
evening In tho chemlBtry library, Mr.
aioBokof' -will address tho club on: the
subject of "Agricultural Chomistry."
All university studonts interested In
organizing A Swodlsh club aro request
ed to moot In' iJriivorslty hall, room
17, Thursday, March, 11th, at 11:30
T. E. Miller, 1911, spont Saturday
and Sunday at his homo at Ashland,
Nob. While thoro ho enjoyed somo
oxcollent duck hunting on tho Platto
Tho Y. M. C. A. mid-week mooting
this evening will bo led by J. F.
Clark. Subjoct Is, "Friendship." Meet
ing boglns promptly at 6:50. Every
Mr. H. C. Probasco has boon
choBen as ono of tho judges for tho
freshman-sophomoro Intorclass do
bate, which will bo hold Friday ovon
lng, March 12th.
S. Harvoy Rathbono, ox-1011, has
boon visiting for tho past few dayB
with his .fraternity brothers at tho
Delta Upsilon house. Ho has boon
working In Colorado slnco leaving
Mr. B. G. Sinclair of tho rhetoric
dopartmont wob a judgo for -tho de
bate betweon tho Fairmont high
school and tho Friend high school,
which was held last Friday ovonlng
at Fairmont, Nob. These two teams
aro In tho Nebraska high school do
Mr. J. A. Warren, scientific assist
ant in tho United States department
of agriculture, returned from 'Wash
ington, D. C, Sunday. Mr. Warren Is.
carrying graduato work In tho depart
ments of geography and botany. In
his government work ho has charge of
investigations In six states west of
tho Mississippi river and cast of tho
The studonts of tho stato agricul
tural school aro questioning each
other over what action thoy shall
tako In regard to tho now ruling made
at that school, Tho now rulo provides.
that nono of. tho gentlemen shall go
with tho samo young lady more than
onco In flvo weeks. And that they
should take tho young ladies in turn.
Tho reason for this ruling is that tho
young ladles aro deserting tho tech
nical part of domestic science and
approaching the practical point of that
study. To authors of this rulo felt
that they did not wish to bo hold
responsible for tho laying of insecure
foundations Jor homos at tho stato in
stitution, and therefore took these
A number of tho students in the
Department of Agriculture met in tho
geography laboratories last Saturday
evening and organized an "Agricul
tural Club." Professor Val Keyser,
superintendent of Farmers' institutes
In Nebraska, gave a very interesting
talk on the need Of such a club in the
university and tho' benefits to be de
rived from it He laid special empha
sis on' thp pressing need of well
trained men on the Farmers' Institute
force. Dr. Condra also addressed
those present with a very Impressive
talk, in which bo emphasized the
.necessity of' cultivating the ability to
mix with farmers in particular. .The
following officers were elected for tho
the new' club: Carl F. Chase, 1910,
president; V. A. Culver, 1910, vice
president; C. A. Broadrlck, 1910, sec
retary and' treasurer.
, IVY PY COMMITTEE.
The Ivy pay Committee' wilf meet
in room U 100 at ! o'clock, Thursday,
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