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.THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Tonight, Frl., Sat. and Sat. Matinee
Turned 'om Away Lost Night
The Fulton Stock Co.
In "AT PINEY RIDGE."
Eve., 25c and 15c; Mat. 25c and 10c.
Wed. Mat. and Night, Oct. 13
"GIRLS," by Clyde Fitch
COMING JOHN MA80N.
Ex-Regent Ernst visited tho campus
Friday and inspected tho now. engi
neering building. Ho hnd as hlB guests
at tho Lincoln for dinner Professors
Fossler and Condra.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER NINTH
8 p. m., Acacia House, 1228 R St.
Remember Don Cameron, Ho is
issuing coupon books nt a discount
this year, and has fitted up an ad
joining room with tables. 115-110
Duo-bill on an up-to-dato tailor for
salo at a $5 discount. Soo mannger of
Dally Nebraskan. 2-tf
Engineering Society Smoker I
L. J. Herzog
Thi University Man's Tailor
Tho Finest Work Done nnd Prices Bight
Cull at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
All makos ronted with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typtwrltar Exohangt
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 18th. Boll 848. Auto 2585
NG your next job of Printing
to VAN TINE PRINTING CO.
and get satisfactory results.
You want' everything else good
why not have your Printing good?
128-130 N J4th St. Auto 3477
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets, Ices
and punoh for Frat & Sorori
ty partios.Whipping Croam
always on hand. Bell 205.
Auto 8181. 1810 N St.
are now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
Kitchen s.w. cor?
Froy & Froy.
Allen Murphy, Phi Kappa Pal, and
Miss Mable Dutch, Knppa Alpha Tho
ta, wore married at Crete last week.
Mr. Murphy is now in tho grain busi
ness in Omnhn.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
J. L. Rlchey was in Plattsmouth yes
terday. Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Byron, Yoder, 1908, superintendent
of the city schools at Ravenna is a
guest at the Delta Upsllon hoiiBe.
Dr. Clapp has been very busy lately
giving tho football and track candi
dates physical examinations,
Harry Minor and Roy Greensllt are
working In the Homestako mine tills
Spalding gymnasium and basket-ball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Colonel Paul Topping, of tho Junior
law class is spending the week end at
his home In Nebraska City.
Froy & Frey. choice flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
fYUR new line of fine Fall Furnishings and Hats is
complete and ready for Students' inspection.
FULK, 13:255 O St, Lincoln
Miss May Bardwell, E. M., In geog
raphy and botany, 1909, was visiting
on the campus last Saturday. She re
ports favorably on her work aB Instruc
tor in the Humboldt high school.
Wo .have twenty university student's
in our "Select School" now. Hurry
and join us. Lincoln Dancing Acad
emy, 1124 N- Special rate this week.
Prof. Daniel Ford is reported serious
ly ill at his rome. Ho has a high fever
and his exact condition Is not known.
A brand new bicycle for sale at a
bargain. Call at Nobraskan office. 2-tf
Carl F. Chase will spend Monday,
Tuesday and Welnesday putting on
corn and grain judging work at the
fanners' instituto at Kearney.
Special Rates to students joining
classes thiB week. Lincoln Dancing
Academy, 1124 N. "Select School." 2-tf
Professor Bishop of Wesloyan uni
versity was on tho campus yesterday.
He is taking graduato work for his
master's degree in geography.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
The department of geogrdphy re
ceived yesterday a largo number of
bulletins from tho department of com
merce and labor at Washington.
Tallormado Printing, Engraving and
Embossing. George Bros., Printery.
Miss Jennie S. Pipor is doing gradu
ate work In American history, geog
raphy and 'teaching a class in the uni
versity high school.
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's SultorJum, 12th and O.
R. H. Marley of Mason City, Nob.,
was a campus visitor the first part of
tho week. Mr. Marley -Is a successful
banker and business man and was a
student in tho university about twen
ty years jijgo. His, daughter entered
the university this semester. Mr. Mar
ley is one of the vice-presidents of tho
national conservation congroBs.
Louis Hagensick, px-1910, formerly
with Ed Walt's orchestra, will be
open for engagements for sorority and
fraternity parties this season. Auto
Students taken notice. 8peclal rates
oxtended to you this woek. Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1124 N, third floor.
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School." See
display ad. 7-5t
WANTED New songs and yells for
tho Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas
WANTED Somebody to make up
football songs to popular music. Hand
all songs to S. A. Mahood or R. S.
Chris' Bath House, 11th and P.
Turkish, shower and plain baths.
Beckman Bros., High Grade Foot
wear. 1107 O.
Try Thornburg's Orchestra for your
annual party. Second to none. Violin
and wind Instrument leBsons glvon,
Studio 41G So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist. 1234 O St.
TICKETS FOR MINNESOTA GAME.
Manager Eager Puts Pasteboards on
Sale at Noon Today.
Tickets for the Minnesota-Nebraska
game In Omaha a week from today will
bo placed on sale at Harloy's drug
store, Elevonth an O, at noon today.
Reservations may bo made or general
admissions may bo purchased.
Bleachers aro to bo constructed on
both sides of tho Vinton street park
in Omaha and seats will bo reserved in
the central sections. Tho price of the
tickets will bo $1 to $2, depending up
on the reservations.
If Not Convenient to Bring the Goods
CLEANING AND DYEING
Any Waist cleaned, 75c; dyed, $1.00.
Any Skirt cleaned, $1.00: dyed, $1.50.
Any Sweater cleaned or dyed, 50c. :
Any Lady's Coat Suit cleaned, $2; dyed, $2.50.
Any Man's Suit cleaned, $1.50; dyed, 2.50.
Any Winter Overcoat cleaned, $1.50; dyed, $2.50
Corsets cleaned, per pair, 50c. .J?"
Carpets, Curtains, Heavy Draperies dyed beautifully
There's a reason for our phenomenal groWth and
it is simply that we know hw to do cleaning aiid
dyeing, and are recognized headquarters for this
ciass of work. 8 and 10 hour service. Express paid
one way on all orders. 1322 N St., Lincoln, Nebr.
WRITE; FOR OUR BIG CATALOLOGUE
COULTER NAMED TO BE
CAPTAINJF COMPANY K
OFFICE VACATED BY 80DERBERQ
FILLED BY 8ERQEANT.
NEW COMPANY COMPLETELY ORGANIZED
Forty Men Drafted From Old Compa
nies Form Basis of the
Tho sixth company in the univor
slty battalion Ib now completely
formed. This company is to be
known as company K. The announce
ment of tho nppointment of captain
was mado laBt evening and H. W.
Coulter was appointed to fill that po
sition. Tho company was formed on ac
count of tho largo numbor of now
men who registered for drill this
Bomoster, which makeB tho other com
panies more easily handled on account
of fewer men being placed In each
The announcement that a now com
pany would bo formed was madq a
week ago Thursday evening, and tho
appointments for tho officers was mado
at that time. C. P. Soderborg waB
appointed captain at that time, but
his resignation was made, and that
necessitated tho formation of tho
company until another man could be
appointed to tho captaincy. Mr. Soder
borg was 'forced to resign on account
of not having sufficient tlmo to devoto
to tho drilling of tho company. When
tho company was not formed various
rumors wero circulated about tho
campus as to tho probability of tho
company bolng organized. All of theso
rumors which stated that a company
J. C.WOOD &
would not bo formed woro falso arid
this evening tho company was formod.
Men Wero Picked.
The men who composod tho now
company wero picked last oveniag
from the mombers of tho othor five
endet companies and aro old men who
havo drilled for at least ono somostor
as woll ns new men. TIicbo mon who
had drilled ono or two someBtorB
woro drafted from tho othor compa
nies and consequently thoro will bo
Just as fair a shbw for tho mon of the
now company to bo tho best drlllod
mon of tho battalion as tho mon of
tho othor flvo companies. This plan
was adopted of drafting tho mon alter
much consideration by tho officers of
tho battalion staff, as thoy wished
to obvlato tho troublo oncountorod last
year when tho company I was formad,
When thiB company waB organized at
the beginning of tho school year last
fall, there was a groat doal of diffi
culty oncountored in getting old mon
to leavo tho companies thoy had
drilled with tho provious somosters.
Only on tho promiso of lucrativo posi
tions in tho company woro tho old
mon induced to leave tho company
that thoy. woro drilling with and ontor
tho ranks of company I.
This troublo caused tho mombors of
tho 'battalion staff to form somo
moans of getting tho old mon into tho
ranks of company K this-y oar with the
result that tho plan of drafting tho
mon was adopted.
Company to Be Large.
Tho new company is to bo as largo
as any of th.o othor cadet companies.
This fact was evldonced whon
eighteen old men woro drafte1 from
tho othor companies and twenty-two
now mon woro drafted from tvto of thn
companies which had boon already
formod. This leaves company K with
forty mon to start with and moro mon
will bo drafted from tho othor three
companioB on Monday morning.
'No officers except tho captain, H. W
Coulter, and tho first sergeant, C, J.
Lord, havo been appointed for this
company, but further appointments aro
oxpected in tho noar future.
W.U,i &. "1 '! '
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