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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1909)
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TUESDAY MAT. & NIGHT, APR. 20
hiving Art Reproductions of the
World's Famous Paintings
Late of Egyptian Ilnll of Mystery,
CHARLOTTE PARRY AND CO.
In "The ConiBtock Mystery"
THE MISSES MILCH
Tho American Virtuosos
M'LLE. LA TINA
The Physical Culture Expert
Tho Black Faco Lauder
PHILLIPS AND JONES
Comedy Musical Entortalnors
MatB 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
Lincoln's Ideal Home Theatre
Week Starting April 19, 1909
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
"THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM
Next Week, April 26, "The Brixton
Best Seats 25 Cents
Every Night at 8:30. Matinees
Wed. and Sat. 3:30.
Q R C H EgTRA
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Tbornburg, - - - Director
Ralph J. Rcid, Pianht
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Succesior to Pitts
Wed. & Sat.
I Class Evenings
Private Lessons Given
1124 N STREET
Do Your Washing
All makes rontod with atnnd
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Robullt Machines.
LINCOLN TyPEWRITER EXCHANGE-
Auto HKHRell 1181. 1& No. Uth
THE ONI SMOKE HOUSE
"Welcomes nil Studonta.
o q tmim-C ancLSilvor Lpttor
B B P1)HS Inlaid Work a
B rilUJ Specialty.
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
11512 O Stroot
L. J. HERZOG
M.. f t Ht M f t Mt. M
THE UNIVERSITY MAK'S TAILOR
Come In and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 o 6t.
C II. troy. ItorlBt. 1133 O St.
Hurry Porter. Ho has it. 1123 O St.
Walter 1 .omnia, 15)12. spent Sunday
Clupln Bros, ilorlsts, 127 So. Thir
teenth. William Uurleight spoilt Sunday in
o o t
Dr. Chas. Toungblut, donttat, 202
Miss Huth IleacoccK. 1011. visited
in Omaha on Sunday,
Cnmeron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Miss Ruth Rlnehart, 1910, Bpent a
fov days at her home in Omaha, Neb.
The best lunch in tho city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 13 & P.
.Miss Margaret Guthrie. 1909, vislt
od at her home In Omaha on Satur
day and Sunday.
The Ncbraskah will soil a $50 wheel
for ?2f. Do you want It?
Allan McDonald, 1912, spent the
latter part of the pasl week visiting
liis parents in Omaha.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on salo
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215 O.
Frank Dickinson. 1911, visited over
Saturday and Sunday with friends
and relatives at Schuyler.
New spring stylos In footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Mr. Henley, a Beta Theta PI, from
Iowa City, has been visiting the local
chapter of that traternlty for'the past
Dr. J. R Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
The membeiH of the clashes ,in
geology f and (, will go on an ev
cursiou to the Platte at the clohe of
the ptesent week.
If you want a bicycle call at the No-
biaskun ofllco. A $50 wheel for $25.
Webster Mills, ox-HMO, who is em
plojed in tho real estate business at
Central City, visited Sunday at the
Sigma Alpha Epsllon house.
Tho Lincoln Dancing Academy Is
the most select school in Lincoln.
1132 N. Auto 4177.
Dean Richards of the engineering
college announces that he has a call
for a draftsman tor mehanical and
p $2.50 $3.50 $5.00
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structural work. Applications for tho
position should be inado at once.
The "Men's Doote'ry'- at 12th & P
Sts., is Bhowing the very snappiest
Spring Shoes for men.
W. G. Jenkins, 1907, who has beon
in Cuba for tho past two years, has
recently accopted a position as en
gineer on the government Irrigation
project In the San Luis Valley, Colo
rado. Ralph Wilson of Creston, Iowa;
P. T. Robinson or Waterloo, Neb.;
Wright Newman of York, Neb., and
William Ritchie, Jr., were Initiated
into tho Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Fri
Tho annual formal party of tho
Alpha X)mlcron PI sorority was hold
Saturday evening at the Lincoln ho
tel. Aboit eighty couples were In
attendance, among them being many
alumni nnd invited guests.
V. C. Hascall, 1911, has left school
for the rest of this year. It is -reported
that lie has accopted a posi
tion as one or tho manngors -of.
Green's Nebraska Indians, on their
trip to tho Atlantic coast.
Tho 'members of the Phi Gamma
Dolta fraternity gave an Informal
dancing party Saturday evening in
honor of thq Kappa t Alpha Theta so
rorlty, at tho Phi Gamma chapter
house. About thirty couples wore In
MIbb Esther Hunter, px-1910, who,
nas ueon spending tno winter witn
ox-Governor and Mrs, Sheldon at
Wayside, Mississippi, has returned to
Lincoln and has visited for tho past
few days at tho Dolta Delta Delta
J. A. Sargent, 1903, was a campus
visitor jesterday. Slnco leaving
school Mr. Sargent has been engaged
In railroad work In Cuba. I lo has
been interfered with In his work
theio on account of the withdrawal
of the American provisional govern
ment, but will return I3nst In a few
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A man representing hinuelf to bo a
member of. a fraternity represented at
the university has been attempting
for Fovoral days to get money from
business men and university students
on the basis of his fraternity ufll na
tions. He Is not a fraternity man
and is simply using tills as a grounds
to misappropriate money.
Owing to the fact that the senior
convocation Is to be held at Havo
lock today the meeting of the Ivy day
committee of the senior class and
those committees from tho other
class for tlia ovcnlng program, will be
held at 1 o'clock In V. 10G. Every
member should be present for the
final arrangements for Ivy Day will
be mnde. J. F. Coupe, Chnlrinnn.
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C. A. Plerson, who has" charge of
the foundry, has. been con lined to his
home for the past week on account
of an accident In which his foot was
severely burned by molten iron. Ills
foot became so inflamed at one time
during the week, thnt it was feared
amputation was necessary. The dan
ger Is now past and Mr. PlorBon is
now 'able tb be about to a certain
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The work oil getting the skeleton
of the dlnohyiiVt giant hog) rendy
for exhibition In the museum Is pro
gressing nicely. The" remains of thlB
iiuge animal is the second of Its kind
that has ever been found. The other
one at present Is in the Carnegie mu
seum at Pittsburg. Pa. The specimen
now held by the university Is said to
be larger than the one at PlttBhurg
nnd when mounted will bo. a valuable
addition to tho collection already in
the possession of the institution and
one ol 'which Nebraska may 'A'el
proud of 'owning.
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The mombtrs of the Students' Ag
ricultural club held thier tegular
boml-monthh meeting Saturda even
ing In the faculty room at the Tem
ple A large number of the members
weie present. The meeting was
given over to a debate on the follow
ing question, "Resolved. That milk
ing-machines will solve
problems of dairymen."
jitive was upheld by V.
1910. and V. II. Doubt,
tallied the negative
The decision of the
of the question.
tho negative winner. The club de
cided to organize a baseball team
and Currier was appointed manager
and I lay ward captain. The neMt
meeting of the club will be held Sat
urday evening, May 1st.
OO O 0G0OSWQSOSeMiO
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IN MEMORY OF DR. CANFIELD
Special Convocation in Honor of Late
In honor of tho late Dr. Canfleld,
formerly chancellor of tho Univorsity
of Nebraska, a special memorial serv
ice has been arranged for next Friday
morning. All eleven o'clock classes
will be dismissed and a program con
sisting of music and addresses will
be given in Memorial hall. The pro
gram is as follows:
String Quartet und Organ.
"But the Lord Is Mindful of Ills
"Tho University Chorus.
Responsive Reading Chnncollor
Addresses: Professor H. W. Cald-'
well, Professor F. M.. Fling,.
Hon. Victor RoseVater.
Resolution of Regents nnd Sen
ute Hon. Charles S. Alton,
President Board of Regents.
Largo . , Handel
String Quartet and Organ.
Benediction and Response.
Tho Latin club will meet with Pro
fessor Barbor Tuesday ovonlng o,t his
homo, 1230 L street.
Dr. McConnoll. tho now nrnHldont
of DePnuw, has beou chosen unlvor-.
siiy prencner at Harvard.
lTho Houso of Rlmmon" was pre
sented by tlfo Dramatic club' of unf
vorslty of Cnllfornla on April 3.
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