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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1909)
THE PAILY iqEBRASKAN
TONIGHT WED. & WED. MAT.
IN THE SHEPHERD LINE
Night $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1.00 to 25c.
THE HOLY CITY
Prices 50, 35 & 25c.
Billio Burko Presents
DICK CROLIUS &-CO.
Ono Best Act "Shorty"
THE J088ELIN TRIO
Sensational Aortal Artists
INO. P. ROGERS, BEN N. DEELY
Harmony, Melody and Fun
PAUL LA CROIX
Eccentric Hat Juggler
THE ALPHA TROUPE
America's Greatest Entertainers
In "The Boy in Groen"
' Billy Morris and Sherwood Sisters
Southern Pastimes and Melodies
Mats. 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
Lincoln's Most Popular Play House
'Week Starting March 22.
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY
The Cowboy and The Lady
A Western Comedy Drama
very Night 8:30, Wednesday and
Saturday Matinees 2:30
Best Seats 25c
Next Week the "Little Grey( Lady"
PATRONI. E OUR ADVERTISER8!
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, fay Hour, 40c.
ROTT LF. POOL
POKER POOL "
2 1-2 els. 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, - r r ' Director
RalphJ.Rerd, - -,- - - Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studfo, 416 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
.Successor to PitU '
Social Evening - -' - Friday
Advanced Class - Monday Eve,
Class Evenlnes - Wil. & Sat.
The Acme Parlors
' i i i
. Private Lessons Given
1124 N STREET
C. H. Frey, florist. 1133 O St.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Tlie university senate will meet' n't
5 p. m. this afternoon.
Drr Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
The Komensky club mot at the Alu
bIc Hall n the Temple Saturday even
ing; 6 b '
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
It. A. VanOrsdel, law 1910, is con
fined to his room on account of sick
See Hereford. Now Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
Aliss Helen AIcNcen, 1908, 1b visit
ing at the Delta Gamma sorority
Got your lunch at the city Y. M. C".
A. Spa. 13 th & P.
P. L. Brockaway, C. E. 1908, Is un
der the employ of the city of Wichita,
Now spring stylos in footwear now
on dlsplny. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Dr. Jewctt, university librarian, re
turned Monday from u short business
trip to -Chicago.. ,
Have your clotheB pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
The PI Beta Phi sorority will hold
their annual party at the Lincoln
fiotel April 10th.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. .Over Bank of Commerce.
The noon meeting of the university
Y. W. C. A. was led by Alfss. Bess
Learn the barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing - Academy, 1132 N.- Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Air. J. W. Hutchinson, law 1907, of
NEW BLUE BULL DOG and other Spring "'
Shapes Caps just in.
30$0$00&Q$0$Q&00Q& O O
Corning, Iowa, was a, visitor ,in the
city for a few days
Sheldon B. Coone, Delta Tau Delta
spent Sunday In Council Bluffs, whero
he was called on business.
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The annual formal party of .the
Delta Tau Delta fraternity will bo
held at, the Lincoln hotel, April '2d.
. , ' t
Tho members of the Delta Delta,
Delta sorority Tield a house party
Friday evening at the chapter house.
E. G. Davis, Joseph Pomereno and
W. B. Metcalf have been duck liunt
Ing at Waverly, Neb., for the past
The members 'of the t Phi Delta
entertained at a house party Satur
day evening, March 20, at the chap
H. W, Bay, E.E. 19Q&,- la-employed
Irihe Westlnghouse sales department
of the Westlnghouse company at
Pittsburg, Pa. ,, , ,
James R. Blxey, 1901, .Is now en
gineer, and Instructor In the Colorado
state. Industrial school for boys at,
Golden, Colo. '!).,; ' , .':
( - ,
,- 'ProfeBsot;,tWi'iQ. L. 'Taylor of ilje
department of political oconomy, did
not meet his cJobbob Alonday, on ac
count of Illness.
C. It. Burloy, J90C, is now atMc
romp, Idnho, whore ho is chlof drafts
man for tho Twin Falls, North Sldq
Land arid Water Co.
. Tho Ancmbers of tho Dolta TJpsllori
fraternity entertained at a house
party Saturday evening, March 20, at
tho chapter house, 1428 S St.
Tho freshman class meets this
morning nt 11:30 In tho chnpol to
elect tho rcmninlng class ofllccrs and
discuss other Important business.
Tho members of tho Silver Sorpont,
the Junior girls' society, enteftalnod
Informally for tho sophomore girls at
tho Tomplo, Saturday . afternoon,
The regular mooting of tho trustees
of Donne college, Crete, will bo hold
Wednesday of this week. Chnncollor
Avery and Dr. Bessoy nro both mom
hers of the board.
Tho members of the Dolta Gamma
sorority hold their twenty-first annual
banquet at tho Lincoln hotel, Satur
day evening, Alarch 20th. A large
number of alumni members wore
The cntomologlcn society met last
night, In N 303. Tho group of insects
known as tho beetles was tho subject
of tho evoning'B discussion. Air. R.
W. DawBon gave a. talk on tho famjlyl
Air. Rodney Bliss of Omaha will en
tertain the members of tho Kappa
iCappa Gamma sorority at a Kensing
ton next Thursday in Omaha. This
evont will also bo the regular monthly
meeting of this sorority.
It has been announced thnt ono of
tho greatest preachers and popular
lecturers of the day will bo In tho
city Alarch 24th. This Is Dr. P. S.
Hanson, of Boston, Alass., Pastor of
tho Fremont Temple. . Ho will, to
gether with Dr. AI. D. Brbank ofChina
and Dr. L. C. Barnes of Now York,
conduct meetings on Wednesday, the
24th at the First Baptist church,
both afternoon and evening. Tho
Dr. Edgar L. Hewett, head of tho
American School of Archaoology, of
Washington, D. C, spent Sunday In
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Lincoln as the guest of Professor and
Airs. Charles W. Wallace of the de
partment of English literature It
was requested of Professor Hewett
that he remain long enough to favor
our university with one oflils lectures
based upon personal researches on
primitive man in America, Alexico,
Asia and Southern Europe," but his
close schedule would not permit. Pro
fessor Howett lectures this week at,
the Unlvorslty of. Iown and tho Uni
versity of Wisconsin.
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,F. C. AlcCall, a student in botany 2,
has brought to the university a mag
nificent sample of the polyporous kind
of mushroom growth known as Pbly
poraceae. The 'specimen Is some. two
feet In diameter and is unusually per
fect in structure and markings. "Mrf,
AfcCall found tho plant in Now Yorld
state recently and brought it homo' as
a curiosity, not knowing what It was,
Ho recognized Its classification from
a recent lecture in botany G, and
promptly brought It to Lincoln 'to see
If his designation was correct. Tho
growth 1b pronounced to be tho larg
est of its kind that has ever' been In
the possession of Nebraska univer
sity. Air, B. J; Sinclair of the rhetoric de
partment -was at Syracusp, Nob., last
night, where ho was ono of tho judges
at the inter-high school debate be
tween Syracuse and University Place.
These1 two schools are In tho East
uentrai district or the Nebraska High
School Debating leagup.
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