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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1909)
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FLORENCE R0BERT8 IN
The House of Bondage
Prlpcs: $1.50 to 50c.
FRI., 8AT. & 8AT. MAT., MAR. 12-13
'J fThe Cow Puncher
Mat 25 & 10c. Eve 50, 35 & 25c.
; MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 15
Lambardi Grand Opera Co.
GEO. 6. VAN
nnd HIb Imperial Minstrel Co.
TH08. H. INCE
nnd His Players in "Wise Mike"
Performing Seals and Sea Lions
. Tho Famous Harmony Singers
BILLY NOBLE and JEANNE
In Songs and Smart Sayings
J. B. LEONARD and 8U8IE M.
In ''Mulligan's Masquorado"
FINN & FORD
Mat. Daily Except Mon 15 & 26c
Every NJght Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
.-Week Commencing ;Mon7 March 8
Pno BIg Week
?THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
f ALICE OF OLD VIN0ENNE8
I A Continental Play, Period 1778
; With Wed. and 8at. Matinees
'Prices Always tho 8ame 15 & 25c
PATRONI. E OUR APVERTI8ER8!
934 P STREET
Bowling, billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco., fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, favr Hour, 40c.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Proiit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent in the Place.
, for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thornburg, - - - Director
JRalchJ. Reld, - - -. - - PJankt
Violin and Cornet Instruction' given, at
Studlo,.4J6 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
The Acme Parlors
Successor to Pitts
Social Evening r - Friday
Minced Class - - Menday Eve.
Class Evenings - Wil & Sat.
Private Lcasoni Given
if D Irod
1124 N STREET
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0. H. Frey, llorlat. 1133 O St.
R. P. Leavitt, 1898, is visiting at tho
Alpha Theta Chi house.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. It. T. Funke, ex-1909, visited friends
on the campus yesterday.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
1912, spent Saturday
his home in Crete,
Lunch Counter, 123 So,
Tho cadet battalion will hold dres
parado this evening at 5 p. m. on tho
Seo Hereford. New Oxfords. $4.00
Special. ' 1215 O.
Miss Hazel Fall, 1912, Delta Gamma,
fs confined at her homo In Beatrice,
Neb., with slcknesB.
Got your lunch at tho city Y. M. C.
A. Spa. 13th & P.
Miss Ethel Field, A. B. 1906, will
take an examination for doctor's de
gree in botany March 27.
Don't miss Mrs. Conant's recital at
tho Temple Thursday evening.
Thq freshman InterclasB debating
team had their pictures taken Tues
day for the Cornhusken
Now spring styles In footwear now
on display. Beckmnn Bros., 1107 O St.
The Hawkeyo club will meet Sat-,
urday evening at 8 p. m. All Iowa
students arc urged to be present.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Next Saturday evening an informal
dancing party will bo given in tho
parlors of tho woman's dormitory.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce
New Spring Shapes and
OOOfflO000OfflO00 O Q
All those interested in tho forma
tion of a Swedish club aro requested
to meet this evening in U 7 at 7:30
Learn tho barn dance, Lincolp
Danoing Acadom, 1132 N. , Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
It has been announced that the mid
semester examinations will -come dur
ing tho week March 23 to March 27.
It has been announced that a weok
ly "quiz" .wjll bo given to tlie, classes
in botany 2 for the rest of tho se
mester. Tho pictures of D company which
wore taken last week for the 'Corn
'busker; were poor and now pictures
wiil be taken. " , .
The Student Debating club Will not
meet next Saturday evening on ac
count of tho reshmen-sophomora
inter-class debate'. '. " ' '.
'Notice has been posted that all
locks wlllbo broken oft; tho locker
belonging to law students, who have
not paid their locker rent.
MIbs Lebla C. Cox, 1908, lias, reglrt
tored in tho uniyerBlty . in tho art
department' ' Miss Cox Intends 'tp
specialize in China painting.
J3AILY . NEBRASKAN
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- The, clauses (n physical qducallpn
aro practicing for tho gymnasium ox
hjbltloh which ihpy ;wlll gjva ; to
weeks from Saturday, March 27.
'Miss Gcnovlovo Fodra, a pupil under
Prof. Steckclborg" in tho conservatory
of music, gavo a recital for grnd.
Hates in tho Tomplo, Wednesday cvon
Ing. Tho engineering society will give a
smoker Saturday ovening, "March 13,
at tho Alpha Tau Omega house, 2G03
O SL All engineering studentH are
Tho first intorclnsB doba'to will bo
hold tomorrow evening In Memorial
hall. Thero will bo no admission
charged, and overy 0110 is cordially In
vited to attend.
While going to his homo Tuesday
ovonlng Jack BoBt stoppod In a hole
and sprained his hip so Horlously
that ho was unable to walk nnd had
to be assisted to his home.
Tho Faculty Woman's club met yes
terday afternoon at 3 p. m. at thy
homo of Mrs. Bossey, 1507 R St. Mrs.
A. E. BcsBoy, Mrs. E. M. Wilcox an1
Mrs. Frank J. Phillips, were hoBts.
.Professor O.'V. Stout of tho engin
eering department roturned Wednes
day from tho Snn Luis Valley region
in Colorndo, wboro ho has been for
the paBt fow days on government busi
ness. Tho freshmen and now members of
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity enter
tained tho freshmen and now mem
bers of all the other fraternities last
night at a smoker at tho chapter
house, 1504 S St.
The different departments of tho
Woman's club meets tomorrow in
Science Hall at the Tomplo. Tho Cur
rent Events department meets at I
'o'qlock, tho Homo Department at
2:30 and the History Department nt
3:30 p. m.
Miss Ruth Bailey is still confined
to her bed from tho effects of tho
nervous shock which resulted from a
fall which' she sustained from the
stage of tho Templo theater during
tho play given there by tho Dramatlo
club last weok..
Professor Webster's class in Insur
ance is now studying the history aud
development of fire insurance. ' A
AND TWEEN HATS
Shades $2.50 to $3.00
great deal of time is being spent in
investigating tho insurance "policy,
this being a very Important part of
tho insuranco business.
Next Friday evening March 12, tho
Palladlan Htqrary society will bo en
tertained by Miss Vera Upton, Miss
Upton is. woll kfioAvn for pleasing en
tertainment and it is expected that a
large number will bo present to enjoy
It. Tho public Is Invited. .
f The Daily Cardinal prints an'arflclo
on tho tendency In colleges to curb
and restrict th,i women by requiring
Mrs. Chaperono to be present in sea
son and out. Ono girl there is re
ported to havo said that if the sys
toin were 'rimdo too strict, she and
"Bertie" would learn Esperanto Just
to spite "th"o horrid o)d chaperpne.''
Ono of Uiq chaperpnea Is' sponsor, for
tho remarkable statement that the
presence of her kind is "not Intended
as a check on the young people, but
.is to hqlp entertain the,, young man
and to' carry on tho conversation.'
"College mon.," she says, "aro shy and
embarrassed .when, with a young lady
alono and need to be encouraged to
A game of chess is at present being
carried on by correspondence between
Minnesota, ana Wisconsin.
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