The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 21, 1909, Image 3
." OF! pr -Mturtrn'1 ,t '. I NEBR&SK&iiJ ..i i . ' ' " "" y Finrr. .t'.M :&.3?.&:.ijaafcaWaVy .TH.'j jf".ik' .jaaaW jfcHh ,.am-i'.-ii . P.' VBV' &bTTJ Hci'???? '-VVyBhBLbBBBBBK'l'!BBBBBkBBBB'BBBBBlBBBBHBBB iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBRBBBBBBBF' 5? I .'a- . ... MB """Pffh M ' H''IbbM ' IMi ' ' ' ' I1 '"M1 " (-B aBti-y Ili'7J .f&?x: y.sas-ii . , UlTOR WA HI N (i i FRI., 8Af. A 8AT. MAT., OCT. 22-23 "A Girl at lht Helm" EVE., $1.50 to 50c; MAT., $1.00 to 25o MONDAV NIGHT, OCT. 25 MARIE pAHILL IN "THE B0Y8 AND BETTY" Prices $2.00 to 50c. LYRIC THEATRE EVERY EVENING 15c, 25c and 35c MAT8. WED. SAT.15P and 25c WEEK QF OCTOBER 18 The Road to Yesterday By the Lyric 8tock Co. NEXT WEEK "THE CRI8IS" ORPHEUM THI8 WEEK TOM NAWN & CO. W Gleanings W ! , - & '! i JU? WALTHOUR TROUPE AND FIVE OTHER STAR ACTS MAT. (EXCEPT MON) 2:30 15c, 25c EVE. AT 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Phones: Betl 936, Auto 1528. SE1B ikWB L. J Her?o The University Man's Tailor Tho Finest Work Done and Pricos Right Call at Our Now Storo 1230 O St. Lincoln TYPEWRITERS All makes rontod with stand $3 per Month. Bargains in ' Rbliuilt'MadhFhod Lincoln Typewriter fochange , Auto J155. Boll J181. 122 No. 11th Underwood Typewriter Go. TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND RENTED 187 No. 18th. Boll 848. Auto 2585 ) J1!V 'U! Froy' & 'Froy. All candidates for tho senior foot ball team moct north of tho library at 11 a. m. today and ovory day fol lowing. J. P. BURKE, Mgr. Dr. J. R. Davis. DentiBt. 1234 O St. ' Jack Best will start a class in box ing after tho close of tho football sea son. Student across the street from the campus wants room mate. Reni rea sonable. Box 1182, Station A. 11-11 Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th. It is thought that Nebraska will "have a good gymnast team this year. A number of men are already at work in the gym. Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120 N. 11th. Alpha Chi Omega will give a Hal lowe'en party on tho evening of tho 29th inst. Chris' Bath House, 11th and P. Turkish, shower and plain baths. C. M. Aldrich, 1913, has gone to his home In Nobraska City for a few days. Yes, wo get tho select crowd; ask your friends. Lincoln Dancing Acad emy, 1124 N St. "Select School." Stt - , .... . Try Thornburg'fl Orchestra fW your annual tfarly. ' Second to none.' Violin And wind instrument lessons given, Studio 4lQ So. 17th. Auto'G8?7. Molvln R. Qilmqro, '09, who topk hit socond degreo from the University of Nebraska, is instructing in biology at Cotnor University. On tho recommondation of E. C. Hurd, engineer in chargo of tho phy sical valuation of public service cor porations, the railway commission to day appointed I. W. DyQ of Ljncoln as assistant and ofllco engineer In the roadway, bridges, and buildings de partment of tho valuation force Mr. Dye is to bo paid at tho ratti of $112.00 a month with travollng expenses and hotel bills additional to this. Tho ap pointment, under tho law, must bo ap proved by tho govornor, to whom it has already beon sent. Mr. Dye is a senior engineer of the university. i Expenses In College. $250 cash or a year in college can bo earned by one young man or young lady in each county in tho United States. Plan easy and does not inter fere with other occupation. No money required. For particulars address M. H. Pomberton, Columbia, Mis souri. It Students Attention. I correct all refractivo errors of tho eyes by the fogging system, one of the best up-to-date methods. Examination free. Glasses fitted and broken lenses replaced at moderato price Geo. W. Howo. Ontician. 319 No. 12th. Uni. Woman's Blag. Office hours 1 to 5 p. m.; mornings by appointment. 1G-Gt .mmmm THE CHAUFFEURS CHORUS In A Girl at the Helm" At the Oliver October 22-23 I 1 NEW MODEL NSI7 I I FULK 1325 O Street "TWEEN HATS" New Arrivals $3.50 Stetson Others $2.50 and $5.00 Quality Counts THAT'S WHY FRANK-LIN'S ICE CREAM IS SO POPULAR We make, a specialty of fan- -.. icy? creams.,.sherbets, . Ic,esu, ' aha purioli'for Frat&rSor'ori-' - ty parties. Whipping Cream alwayaon hand; Boll 205.. Auto 8181. 1810 N St. 'rr VWH ; SEE OUR WOOLENS j EHivPros.. ! .iJijc.j,.Qruii ,.u'iV v .i,,i:svj i ffiv-w- t mmmpfm C. A Tucker OPTICIAN r 1123 0. STREEJ, YELLQW FBOHT Your Patronage Solicited A number of tho delegates to tho stato I. O. O. F. convention visited tho campus yesterday. Ge,t your dance programs at George Bros., 13th and N sts. Miss Trma Sadilek, with Professor August Molzer," gave a concort in Howells, Nob., Monday evening. MIsb Sadilek's voice has' been heard in meetings of university clubs and gives much pleasure to- audiences. Spalding gymnasium and basket-ball shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St. A class in decorative design is be ing organized by ho art department. The new course will begin work next Tuesday and will bo held in Miss Hay den's studio from 9 to 10 a. m., con tinuing for twelve weeks. Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa. 13th and P Sts. Among the speakers on tho evening' program of tho Nebraska Library asso ciation convention which is being held this week in Beatrice, Neb., is Miss Sarka 'Hrbek of tho' department of Sla vonic. Miss Hrbek will discuss the1 subject, "Tho Library and tho Foreign' Born Citizen.'' Miss Charlotte "Tom pleton of the Stato Library Commis sion is president of the association: TfieBtiMSoftEb'Udlversitr Hbraryis in attendance at the convention. Have your clothes pressed at Weber's Suitorium. 12th-rfnd?0. ,, . uaroiino uengtson nas cnarge oi tne history department in the high bcu0 Lost A pair of goyes. tat conyoca WANT AD8 Advertisements for the want ad col umn should be left at the business of fice, basement Administration build ing, between 11 a. m. and 12 m., or between 2 p. m. and 5 p. m. Want ads will positively not be In serted unless paid in advance, at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion for every fifteen words or fraction' there of for the first Insertion; three Inser tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents. WANTED New songs and yells for tho Minnesotn, Iowa and KansaB games. WANTED Somebody to make up football songs to popular music. Hand all songs to S. A. Mahood or R. S. Moseley. Wanted Student to wait table and tend furnaco for room and board. Box 578, Lincoln. It ."?' the cheapt good gun yet lado. By tl omiukxi of ih, uko down fc.ture wohito i !? t m J?0 produdjon and at tho urn time luvo kepi the gun up to th Umow hith 7arrJf itnlircf of uttengih. wfty nd thimbilihr. Notice tho clean ilmplidty of hii. oun. The wotkmanijup aed finiih aro perfect. , Tlio weight U, only 7 pound.. Tho full choke barrcU are pecilly boed ft molc!e.i at wel( a black powder and o cLrabered that 2$ Inch'or ' . vVi Ch y?1".1"1'.?0 U9ed'. Sevl toprovemenU in the,operatino paiti make it theeaiiot. moit j i j T wo,klnq W '." er.u!ence. We. are glad to make it powibJe for every lover oi duoi and hrd thootina to .get th hfch grade repeatina bot sun at to low price. Have, your deafer orda it for you. Sena fir tht ZZarffn CalcJoeue anJ Estteiltnr FLuik ln-Jnt Prm fnr 1 iMmn' 77e7ffqrnrearms GaWitiow street, NwHavea, ct.. Try George Bros, for your next order of engraved cards. Ethel Masters, 02, is teaching Latin in the high school at Hastings. Philip W. Pepoon, '02, is superin tendent of tho schools at Orleans. John E, Wllllts, '02, is engaged in tho practice of law at Hastings, Nob. tlon Tuesday, or ireshman'' meotlrig; Return to Nebraskan ofllco. 17-lt . r f v f f Lost A signet ring with the old Eng-" Hsh letter "J" on it.' Finder please leave at Nebraskan office. RqwtfrL'l 'J 18-.3t . .t n x , Froy & Froy, choice flowers. 1838 O St., north side. s ft Learn to dance whore they know' how to teach. Lincoln Select Dancing Academy, 1124 N st. See display ad. Repiember .Don 'v Cameron, Ho is issuing coupon books at'' a discount thlV year,v and has fitted up an ad- joining room .wlhtablea.. v vllBrllfl I Anna A. Ryan, '01, is teaching In the high school at Blair. Claude J. Carr, 02, is engaged In tho stock" business near Lexington,. Ne&. . ;John,H. Steutevillb,);99,Ahas been elected county Judge of the new county of Morrill. Jaco.b F Stoltz, '99, Is sales agent for thVshWd Investment; C9., AalA ton, Idaho. - - .... . . wmm Tln.kn.n .;.. -AA - r0 ,. 'x' i -1.,' J jn ihp North Platte high school,, spent her' vacaUon'in?Calltorala.tM S f ?, J bsoSaVyA. Danloloh0,0; t1s located' at Center, Neb. and Is Treasurer of Knox county. ... Albert Grainger, '00, is in tho em ploy of tho Atlantic Insulate Wire and Cable Co,, at Stamford, Conn. i. , Christine Bednar, '03, who. (aught in the Lincoln high school last year, is The Daily v Nebraskan ., ..1 ) ' . r . 4 ': is a STUDENT Publica- , tjon. It is the paper of the' students, by the students and " ! 'I- ' for the students and as such it deserves four', patronage. If you are, not a regular suK- ' ' ' rt wi Mttmk MicriBe cftll at room 7, Ad-?, , . , . v.(,:.wi; D..:u: ..jj.. jz.wrrrrr " wy iIMI S j & ir t n "-tw wr. jj x. M 5-' Oil if SjVt .iO?- i9ipj4: and' regjter for the Ralg.''; One dollar a semester. , . . )&, aV 1 -uik-m LL. -.v u1 . jr3 Now 1 1 I .' k .... 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