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THE DAIKY lilEBRASKAN
Today: i Mat 2:30. Toqlghl 8:15.
TOO PROUD TO BEd
Mai 25 & 10c. Eve 50, 35 & 25c.
THUR8. MAT. & NIGHT, MARCH 18
Mat $1.00 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 50c.
8ATURDAY, MARCH 20
BYER8 AND HERMANN
In "Tho Clown's Dream"
. Max Witt's Four
In "Going It Blind"
JAME8 AND PRIOR
In "Capital Barnacle's Courtship."
EARNIE AND MILDRED POTT8
glng, Dancing, Bag Punching.
1NNE88 AND RYAN
Vaudeville's ClasBy Entertainers
HAYNE8 AND WYNNE
Mats. Dally Except Mon 15 & 25c.
Every Night 8:15 15, 25, 35 & 50c.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER8I
I WIN I
WEEK OF MARCH 15
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
The Bishop' s
With Wed. and 8at. Matinees
Prices Always the Same 15 & 25c.
PATRONL E OUR ADVERTI8ER8I
The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Poo),Cigars,
Tobacco. Fine Confectionery
f INEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c cer Hour.
POOL, fay Hour, 40c.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
15 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; Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Social Evening - - - Friday
Advanced Clas? - Monday Eve.
Class Evenings - Wed. & Sat.
Private Legions Given
C. H. Prey, florist. 1133 O St.
Camordn's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
W. N. Nooltlng and J. C. Watson
spent Saturday at tnoir homos In Ne
See Hereford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special, 121G O.
The senior play caBto mot last ovon
ing at the Tomplo thoator to rohearso
act II. of the sonldr play
Got your lunch at the city Y. M. C.
A. Spn. 13th & P.
The Chomlstry Club will hold tholr
weokly meeting this ovoning In the
chomlstry lecture room at 8 p. m.
Famous millinery opening today.
Corner O and 13th.
Clark H. Fuller, 1812, has loft
school for this semester. Ho has re
turned to his homo at Sidney, Nob.
Why not take your bath at Chris
bath house, Blevonth and P streets?
At the Friday noon meeting of the
Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Bullock of the Vino
Street Congregational church will
Now spring styloB in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Walter Loomls, 1910, wont to the
western part 'of tho ntato the latter
part of the past week on a duck
Have your clotheB pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
L. A. Hart, 1910, Bota Theta Pi, has
returned from Omaha whfcro he has
had charge of his father's office for
the past ten days.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Dr. Gunther of the Medical Collego
will address the members of tho med
ical society Saturday ovoning, March
20th, at the Tomplo.
G N I R P S
Tho spelling is unusual,
Spring Hat Pins, Belt Pins,
Neck Chains, Collar Pins are
Prices 25c to $8.00. Our guarantee with each purchase.
Est. 1871. HALLETT, Registered Optometrist, 1143 O
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
M. M. Mertes, law 1911, loaves to
day for his homo at Bluo Springs,
Neb., whore ho will visit for a few
days with his parents.
Tho Silver Serpents, tho junior girls',
society, will entertajn for the' sopho
more girls next Saturday afternoon at
3 p. m. at tho Tomplo,
The Forest club mot last night at
7:30 o'clock in N 2, and listened to-a
very interesting lecture by, Dr. Condra1
on ''Factors affecting stream flow."
Dr. Condra of tho department of ge
ography went to Albion, Neb., last Sat
urday; where'he lectured on tho "Con
servation of Nebraska's Resources."
A praise service will be held this
noon in the university Y. W. O. A.
roomB,, at which Miss' Bernlco Cham-i
bors will glvo twb violin selections.
A letter was found yesterday In tho
hall of tho Administration building,
addressed ,to Mr. J. H. Morgan. Own
er pleaso call at tho Nobraekan ofllco.
The rogular mid-day meeting of the
university Y. W. O. A was led Mon-
day by' Miss Vlbbard. Tho subJeV of
Iho mooting was, VLossonst from Dahr
Tho subject of tho university Y. M.
C. A. mid-week mooting to bo hold
this evening In tho association rooms
is "Decision." Loador, It. K, Andor
sou. Tho froBhman law class hold a class
meeting yeBtorday morning in U. 809,
and endorsed Ralph Woavorllng as
their candldato for business managor
Of tho 1910 Cornhuskor.
Do'nn Costlgan of tho collego of law
announced yostorday morning that tho
freshman law class would havo no
mld-somestor examinations in con
tracts and domestio relations.
Miss Edna Randall, 1911, has been
compelled to leavo school for tho re
mainder of tho yoar, on. account of
ill health. Sho roturnod to her homo
In Orbollno, Kan., last wook.
MIsb Sarah Haydon, of tho art
department, will spoak tomorrow ovo
nlng at David City, Nob"., before tho
"Organized Clubs" of that town. Tho
subject of hor addross will bo, "A
trip through Spain."
Candidates for tho university teach
ers' cortlflcato in Juno aro requested
to n6tify tho secretary of tho cortlfl
cato committee, Q. W. A. Luckoy,
and All out tho required blank. Ofllco
hours ll and 3, U 209.
Special efforts aro bolng mado by
tho program commlttco of tho Stu
dents' Debating club to havo their reg
ular program, to bo gi"on next Satur
day evening, ono of tho bost that or
ganization will glvo this year.
In tho North division of tho state
inter-high school dobato Atkinson
high school has won tho champion
ship. This team, which defeated tho
Valentino and O'Nell high school
teams, has been coached by Superin
tendent Charles O. Mohrman, U. of N.
Basket-ball team known as tho
"Freshmen Ineliglbles," composed of
freshmen who were unablo to pfay on
tho regular freshman team on account
of tho lack of entrance credits, will
play tho fast Vilbor high school bas
kotball team at Wilbor tomorrow
Tho membors of tho university stu-
but so are the goods. The newest
Shirt Waist 8etsy La Vallleres '
always to be found at this store.
dent volunteer band will go to Beth
any on Thursday evening, where they
will meet with similar bands from
Cotnor and Wesloyan universities.
They will bo entertalne'd by a pro
gram which will bo given by the mem
bers of tho .Cotnor organization.
Thore will bo a meeting of junior
class Thursday morning, March 18,
to consider 'the adoption of a now con
stitution, tho old constitution having
been lost in their freshman year. The
question of what shall be the social
calendar of the junior class for the
present semester will also be r dis
cussed. Mr. J. A. Warren, a graduate stu
dent In the department of geography,
is completing a detailed map, which
shows tho soils of Nebraska The
classification of all tho soils pf every
township In the state will be given
on this map, which is ' an Improve
ment over anything of this, sort yet
The university agricultural club hold
a meeting in tho geography laboratory
last Saturday evening. After various
matters of business were disposed, of
tho club listened to a very interesting
lecture on "Agriculture in Denmark
and Germany" by Dr. Carl TJhlman.
This is a now university society and
it is meeting with success.
Store Open Until 9 O'clock
Professor Lovoland of the depart
ment of astronomy has been design
ing an instrument which will .Illustrate
tho effects of the rotation of tho earth
in deflecting air currents. This instru
ment will be used by the classes in
meteorology n.,' and Professor Lovo
land expects it to, aid in explaining a
problem which is generally misunder
FRATERNITY MEN IN TROUBLE
Illinois Men Stirred Up Over Taxation
A bill has been presented In the
house of. representatives of the Illi
nois legislature which bodes ill to "all
Greek letter fraternities If its passage
Is secured. It seeks 'to secure the re
peal of a bill passed about four years
ago exempting Greek letter fraterni
ties from taxation on real and personal
property. This old bill has been a
great help to fraternities, who own
their houses or furniture and has
caused a great many chapters to
build permanent homes in many of
the colleges and universities of the
If tho bill is passed it will mean
that an extra yearly expense of from
$200 to iboo will have to be. met,
which Is clearly an Injustice In more
ways than one, according to the way
the f rat men look at it.
The various fraternities at Indiana,
Wabash and Purdue have combined
to fight the bill to a finish. Tho chap
ters at Indiana were tho first to take,
the matter up and in a few days no
tified others to take similar action.
Letters have been sent to all the
alumni In the ,state asking them to
use their Influence with their repre
sentatives. Many of the senators and
representatives of tho 'state are fra
ternity men and It Is expected that
this fact will aid the fraternities to a
great extent, as these men can see
the disastrous effects of such a move
ment The bill will come up for its
second reading soon and the final
outcome will bo looked forward to
with eager Interest by all Greek letter
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