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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1909)
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Vtollnand Cornet . iostfteUoa' 'glyen at
JSttfdlo, 416 So. J7th.? 7 Auto 5877,
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Miss Alico nudoMdorf, 1908, yialted
friends on the campus yesterday.
.One. Thousand pairs Oxfords'ohsalo
at 2M. t Heriford, tf216 .0.
ffMlsB Agnes Colby, of Onawa, la., Is
visiting with Miss Ellon Dobson of
th' If ' city
k Dr. Chas.
Youngblut, dentist, 202
The regular meeting of the Students'
Debating club will bo held this even
ing at 7:30 In U. 106. ' J
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Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Twelfth SLJ " ; ' : f ' ' t
X joint Y. M. O. 'A.' and Y. W. O. A.
banquent will be held this .evening
at St. Paul's at 6 o'clock. Plates 50
" Get your lunch at' the city Y. M. C.
A Bpa. 18th & Pt
New Spring styles In .footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O SL
The annual 'formal party of tho Pi j
Beta pw- sorority will be held this
evening a'tthei Lincoln hotel'. Walt's
orchestra-will furnish the, music. .
r Have your clotheB pressed at
Weber's Sultorluid: Cor. 11th and O.'
Dr. J." ' R Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tho regular noon meeting of the
university Y. W. C. A. for Monday,
April 5, will be an "Echo" meeting.
'Miss Marguerite Patterson, Loader.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Most all tho newi Bwell styles Tan,
Black- or Ox Blood Low Shoes $2.50.
Sanderson's. ' 2t
Professor F. O. French of the philos
ophy department, was in Omaha Wed-
Faultless and Manhattan at
Y "1, i't
nesday evening acting as Judge In. the
East Central District oratorical con
test. .' -.'- , '
.The Nebraskan's blg subscription
offer ends this week. . Hunr before
it dsv too late.
"Dr. Condra lectured to the1 North
Nebraska.. Teachers' association ; at
Norfolk' Thursday, and is to lecture
to the Southeast association today at
Beatrice. ' I .
Learn te Dara dance,
Dancing Academy, 1182 N.
school; Call Auto 4477.
,. The members of the university Y.
W. O.' A. 'held an "at fibme" reception
to university girls this afternoon from
3:30 to 6 o'clock .in the association
rooms of the Temple.
, Only a ;few4 days" areieftjn -which
to take advantage of the Daily Ne
braskan big trial offer. ., '
Thejregalar; werttjweetiBg, oftke
Komeneky club was held last evening
in Science hall in the Temple. The
program was very different from the
regular program being given by mem
bers o Ow, legislature. Hoes. Kotouc,
1008, Krouse, Koepadsky and others
The Nebraskan Is still offering 5
Worth of magazines, for $1. Take ad
vantago of the loV rate' this 'week.'
1 .A meeting of the Agricultural blub
will be hold this evening at 8 o'clock
In thef acuity room of the Temple. At
this meeting the following papers will
ho read: "Some Aspects of Sclentlflo
Farming;" by O. A. Brodrick, and "Ag
ricultural Conditions In J the Philip
pines,'' by Maurice Lazo.
, If you aro going to ordbr a Spring
Suit consult tho Dally Nebraskan
manager. t Ho can Bavo you somp
MIbb Hall, district presidont of the
Kappa Alpha Thota sorority, arrived
In the city Thursday. A reception In
her honor was glvon by tho local
chapter yesterday aftornobn at the
chapter house. Last evening a dlnnor
Mas given, to which only mombors of
the active chapter word invited. Miss
Hall expects to loavo today.
For Sale Due bill on a first class
tailor at a reduced price. Ah oasy
way to make a llttlo monoy. Soo
manager Daily Nebraskan. tf
The ivy day committoe has decided
that each class will have part in the
evening program for ivy day. The
president of each class, according to
the plans, will be requested to appoint
within tho next few days a committee
of three to meet Wednesday morning
at 11 o'clock with the committee in
cl argo of the evonlng program.
Swell, snappy Young Men's Low
Shoes and Oxfords, wolt soles, Black,
Ton or Ox Blood, $2.50. Sanderson's.
These are Bnaps. Come In and see
them. . 2t
y E. F. Schramm,' a fellow in tho ge
ology department, left last night to
begin his season's work on the United
Slates geological survey. Ho will Join
a party led by A. L. Beokley, a former
university student, and will work with
them in investigation on tho Stand
ing Rock Indian reservation, South
Dakota. Mr. Schramm will not return
to Lincoln before next fall.
.MIbb Van Andel, whoso marriage
was announced some time .ago to Mr.
Arthur Barth of Billings, Montana,
was chavivarled by a party of friends
on the evening of her wedding, March
selection of Fancy Shirts df
worth 50c to $3.50.
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tho 'window of ; the dining room and
after singing rwere' 'invited in, where
they l were treated. to refreshments
After congratulating the bride and
groom, the party left, wishing them.
happiness throughout life. ' r
The Union Literary society ad-
Journod last1 evening' to attend the
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concert given, by ..the inlverslty cadet
band. After the concert they re
turned to the Union hall, where a
short program was given( Mlss Agnes
Colby, of Qnawa; la., favored the so
ciety wun several cornet seiecuons,
after which a social hour was enjoyed
by all. The next meeting .of the so
ciety will be M-eJdi the first Friday
after the Easter vacation.
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The members of the Pershing Rifles
hpld their monthly gold medal ipell
downrWstlttlghtr in,, the. aroryy'and
S. jL Mahood won the medal. ' A
business meeting was held after the
drill' at which the matter of awarding
a .gow, meai to jAi. acooey .was
discussed. It was deckled that a com
mittee be appointed to confer with the
commissioned officers to settle this
matter, it wMv4eoMed also that the
Pershlngs wouldltake) their? journal
hike to the place of1 the CadeTea-
;m -ffiir ftmiiLrQmw-
Interesting Program With I. C. Knede
, t Toastmaster.
Tonight the Y. W. and Y, M. O,
glvo 'their 'Joint bahquefat di Paul'a
church. Whllo given by both organ!
iatpns l isppontb jail, wetler
membors or not. '
Tho supper will open at 6 o'olook
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and an Interesting program has beon
arranged,' with j. C. ICnode", 1908, as
tonstmaster. Tho toast list with the.
rerponsos will bo as follows : "The
Unlvorstty of. Nobraska Without tho.
Eds,'' Fayo. Hartloy, 1910; "Tho Uni
versity of Nebraska Without tho "Co-1
EdsM E. W. Hill, 1900; "Copera-.
tlon," Allco Corapton, 1910; "Opora-
tlcn," S. A. Mahoon, 1910 "Auld Lang
Syne," Phoobo May Hopper. 1896, aOT
"The Christian Associations from Be
hind tho Desks." Professor E. L. Hln
This Ib the' first union hanquet to,
bo glvon by tho associations, and it
is expectod that It will meot with
hearty approval. If is proposed to
make- it one 'of the annual affairs of
MASQUES FAILED TO APPEAR
Thirteen Trembling Candidates Walt
for Hours In Vain.
Tho now Black Masquo initiates are
still waiting to bo initiated. They be
gan waiting at 6:80 last evening, tho
time at which thoir ontranco-into tho
saored precincts of the Thirteen, was
supposed ot take place
They waited, but the active. Black
Masques failed to appear to call for
the trembling thirteen candidates.
Whether they wiiild have continued,
to remain in. tho same place, waiting,
until death ovortook them, Is a quos
,tlon, but this possibility was averted
by one of their number recollecting
that it was April flrBt Thirteen Jun
iors thus were brought face to face
with tho fact that they wero the vic
tims of a time-honored Joke: Thirteen
Juniors, who waited from 0:30 until
nearly midnight to discover that they
were fooled. - -'
The -Palladian' literary society will
moot in their hall this evening. The
program will consist of ten minute
orations on topics of national interests
together with musical numbers, Al
the, meeting held last Saturday even-'
ing; the; following officers were elected:
President Beulalu Hildreth; vice
president,1. Clara Miller; recording sec
retary, Clara Erlcson; corresponding
secretary, Ina Williams; 'historian,
Mabel Nelson r treasurer, Sv B. Mc-
Call; critic, Ray Rice. P. C., Harding
and E. H. Jorgeson we're, elected mem
bers of the executive Jboard.'
The regular, mid-week Y. M. O.A.
moetlng Wednesday evening was' led
by J.-L. DerKinderen, Instead of dis
ciBBlng the topic, ''Choosing a Lifd
Work," as was announced, the me:
lhg was devoted, to arousing an in
terest in View of the Summer Con
ference, which will bet held early in
June at. Cascade, Colo. ' A few of the
delegates who were present last year
gave reports as to' the conference and
thn benefits and pleasures incident, to
such an. outng. A large delegation is
looked for to represent the University
of Nebraska at the coming conference..
, 'The, home. tqt r.,aHd Mrs.fWtiP'
van Andel, 1722 It, was .the sceme of a,
beautiful wedding Wednesday, when,
their, daughter Maysel was united. in
marriage, to Arthur, Barth of Billings,
Montana. t The bride and groom were
remembered with many bWuUful gifts,
among which was a handsome tea set
rrom rni .jjeica Tnsta.,. tne. grooms
fraternity,'' and a set of spoons "from
the Black, Masons girls. Both the
brlde-and-; groom are well -known m:
tJr.lyeralty fcirclse, '"Tkiigreomgrad
iiated from the university in" lm.Tfcs
bride is a member of the Blaek
Masque and Palladia societies. Mf.
and; Mrs. Bar th defwiedfer. CXtleaa
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