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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Nov. 13 "LITTLE HOME8TEAD"
Matinees Wed. and 8at.
Beginning Monday Night, November 1
A Bachelor's Romance
Will Be Presented by the
LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
Prices Evenings, 25c, 25c and 35c.
Matinee, 15c and 25c
NEXT WEEK "ZIRA"
WEEK STARTING NOVEMBER 1
CAR80N & MILLARD
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MAT. (EXCEPT MON) 2:30 15c, 25c
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Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
L. J. Herzog
Tht University Man's Taller
The Finest Work Dono and Prices Right
Call at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
All makoa r on ted with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exohangt
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TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 10th. Boll 818. Auto 2585
told to Students at 10 per cent dis
count if this ad is brought to our store
LAWLOR CYCLE CO.
1334 O STREET
are now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get aa
as you can at ournew store? No
need of being crowded.
KitClien S. W. Corner
is so populXr
We jnake a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets, Ices
ana punpn ior rras oc quiuh-
tv tmrties. wmnpinir uream
alwava on hand.' Bel
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Frpy & Froy.
C. E. Tomplo, a Nebraska graduate
who is taking his blaster's degreo at
Michigan, haB been made an Instruc
tor in botany in that university.
Dr. J. R. Davis. Dentist. 1234 O St.
Miss Jessie Pyrtlo, who took special
work in the university last year, was
elected county superintendent of Gage
county last Tuesday.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. 12th and O.
Juniors and seniors, get pictures
taken at Townsend's for the Corn
husker. If taken before Thanksgiving,
can have pictures by Christmas at
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119
So. 12th street.
Savo the pieces. Broken lonses re
placed. See Hows, Optician, 319 No.
Spalding gymnasium and baskot-ball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckman Bros.. 1107 O St.
Green'B Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Froy & Froy. choice flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
1325 O Street
See our display ad. Lincoln Select
Dancing Academy, 1124 N.
Have your engraved cards and In
vitations made at George Bros. They
have tho only engraving 'press In Lin
coln, and can handle your orders
quickly. Try them on your next
8pecial rates to students. Join our
class at once. Lincoln Dancing Acad
The Catholic students will hold a re
ception, followed by an Informal danco
on Saturday evening at Knights of Co
lumbus hall, for tho delegates of the
State Federation of Catholic Students'
Clubs who aro attending the annual
convention. An Invitation is extended
to all visiting teachers who aro Inter
ested. All members aro especially
urged to bo present.
The big night Students' night Sat
urday. Unl. Orchestra. Lincoln Danc
ing Academy. 8ee display ad.
Chris' Bath House, 11th and P.
Turkish, shower and plain baths.
LoBt Lady's gold match, with fob.
Finder please return to Room 40G,
Hays Hall, and rccelvo reward. 30-5t
For Sale No. 7 Remington type
writer. Used only two months. Call
at Stenographic Bureau, second floor
Administration building. 2G-5t
AH Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and 12th Streets
ARIHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m.
All students are cordially invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, Oct. 31, Sermon Subject: Woman's Place in Social
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
Speaker, Arthur L. Weatherly. Subject; Browning as
an Ethical Teacher.
All Souls Church is a free fellowship for the worship of God ana the service of
man. It judges no man's character. It erects no barriers of creed or doctrine
It pulpit is a free pulpit committed to the search' after trulh.'
Nov. 4, 1909.
Editor Nebraskan: The artlolo
labeled "Whoso Movo Next?" in.tho
column of Tho NebVaBkan.callod "The
Forum" seems to call for a roply. As
one interested in this controversy, I
take it upon mysolf to tender this said
It seems to mo that tho argument
to sustain Mr. Ritchie's motion Is void
of all basic principles. Ho certainly
cannot support his argument on tho
grounds of custom, for so far as I can
find, tho class president has always
annolntcd tho various committees. If
Mr. Ritchie imagines that ho is a re
former ho haB certainly made a bad
boglnning. His argument that class
Bplrlt would bo improved by letting
tho class as a whole elect commltteo
chairmen is not basod on a sound
premise. To deprive the president of
the dignity of his appointing power
makes tho ofllco of class presidont a
mere dummy and not worth fighting
for. It would detract from the spirit
of a class election rather than on-
hanco it. When tho wholo question of
class control can bo settled by tho
election of ono officer at one tlmo tho
whole class will partake In tho event
und spirit will bo at its highest. But,
on tho other hand, if there is no spe
cific meeting of great Importance, and
all officers are elected by tho class at
meetings strung out through the year,
there will at no time be a full repre
sentation of tho class at a class meet
ing. And because of that tho spirit
will decline instead of increase.
A president of any organized 'body
has tho Inherent right of tho appoin
tive power. After being duly elected
to tho highest office which his class
can bestow upon him, tho president
should havo the right to choose his
helpmates In carrying through the
If tho opposition to Mr. Powers im
agine that the class president has too
much power, let ftiem send a petition
to the constitutional commltteo asking
for a cabinet to advise and concur
with tho president, and to be elected
by tho class, and It will undoubtedly
be given consideration.
As a member of this commltteo I
will oppose all attempts to rid tho
president of his Inherent right to tho
HERBERT A. RESNER.
Delta Upsilon Convention.
Tho twenty-flfth annual convention
of the Delta Upsilon fraternity Is be
ing held at the Hotel Brunswick, Bos
ton, from November 3 to 6. An elab
orate program has been prepared In
commemoration of the fraternity's dia
mond Jubilee. The chief features of
the convention besides Its business
sessions will bo tho presentation of an
Elizabethan play, Chapman's "a;i
FooleH," by the members of tho Har
vard chapter, and tho banquet at tho
Hotel Somerset. Among tho speakers
at tho banquet aro: Governor Charles
E. Hughes of Now York, President W.
H. P. Faunco of Brown, Rev. Nohomlah
Boynton, Erman J. Rldgeway of Ev
erybody's Magazine, and Holman F.
Day. On Saturday, November C, tho
convention will adjourn after seeing
the Harvard-Cornell football game In
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DECORATE FOR GAME
BU8INE88 MEN 8HOW APPRECIA
TION OF SYUDENT TRADE.
NEBRASKA AND KANSAS COLORS
Scarlet and Cream of Cornhuskers
Mixed With Red and
Blue of Kansas
Never before has tho fooling among
tho people of Lincoln and tho support
of tho business mon of tho city boon
bohlnd tho students of tho university
and their football as It, has this year.
Novor boforo In tho history of tho In
stutlon havo the business men of Lin
coln and tho residents of tho city
shown their urgent dcalro for tho an
nihilation of a team ropresonting a
rival college as thoy havo Bhpwn that
desire this year for tho annihilation
of tho Jayhawker bunch.
When tho members of tho Kansas
team and tho crowd of enthusiastic
rooters arrived this morning thoy
woro greeted by tho colorB of both
unlvorsltleB on ovory Bldo. Every
where there flaunted boforo tho oyos
of tho Jayhawkers tno colors of old
K. U., but nevertholoBB tho scarlot
and cream was far more evident. On
bo tli sides of O street each merchant
haB attempted to oxcoed their next
door neighbor in tho beauty of his dec
The Hotel Royal, whoro tho Corn-
rhuskers havo' maintained a training
table this fall, havo put up a large
sign, "Rah Rah Nebraska." Tho vari
ous stores all along tho north Bldo ofu
the Btreet havo showed their enthusi
asm by the decorations of pennants
and the colors of scarlet and cream.
The city ticket ofllce of the Burling
ton route and tho A. D. Ben way com
pany havo shown their appreciation
of the manner In which the Nebraska
students patronize their companies by
the tasty "N" pennantB which they
have placed In their windows and the
decorations of scarlet and cream and
of the red and blue of Kiuihiih which
thoy havo put up. Spier & Simon,
Miller & Paine and tho Nebraska Hard
ware company have also shown their
Cornhuskor Bplrlt by floating groat
scarlet and cream pennants from tho
flag poles on their storo buildings.
South Side Beautiful.
While tho decorations on tho north
side of tho street may bo very beauti
ful, thoy do not compare with tho doc
orations of tho south side of O. The
tasty decorations of tho windows of
Mayor Bros, and of Rudgo & Guonzel
can be beaten by very few of tho other
Harloy Drug company, whoro tho
enormous sales of tickets for the con
test this afternoon has been hold, havo
shown their appreciation of tho stu
dent trade by tho very pretty window
which their decorator has arrangod.
Magee & Deemer havo strung a line
of pennants from the top of their
storo building to the pavement, and
tho decorations of Harry Porter, tho
stationer, in both tho Nebraska cojors
and those of Kansas is very "beautiful.
Miller & Paine havo arranged very
tasty windows in their storo, and the
decoratioiiB of Rector's, with the mam
moth football, is worthy of attention.
Corn Husks Prominent.
Tho chief part of several of tho dec
oration of Bomo of tho stores is tho
decorations in corn and cornhusks.
Decorations of this sort are prominent
in tho arrangement of windows ot Ed
Young's and tho Lincoln Gas & Elec
tric Light company. The west win
dow of the Armstrong Clothing com
pany is one worthy of attention and
is decorated in very tasty atylb.
Other stores haying decorations of
not are Parquhar-Fulk. Wirlck's,
Union Pacific railroad and .Ludwlg.
Much attention has been paid to the
beautiful pictures ot the various foot
ball players which the St. George
studio has donated.
The services of Professor L. L.
Dycle of tho University of Kansas to
join the Mckinley expedition have
been accepted by Dj Cook, the Arctic
explorer. . -
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