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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT
Week of November 15th
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WEEK 8TARTING NOVEMBER 15TH
LE PETITE REVUE
HUGHE8 MUSICAL TRIO
NEVIN8 & ERWOOD
Matinee at 2:30 15c and 25c
Evening at 8:30 25c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
Pitts Dancing School
Beginners' Class "Wed. and Sat,
Advanced Class Monday
10th and O . Phono 5405
L. J. Herzog
Tht University Man's Tailor
The Finest Work Dono and Prices Right
Call at Oar Now Store
1230 O &t. Lincoln
All makos ronted with Btand S3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exohange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
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Fro)r & Vey.
t Tho Junior prop commltteb, will
meet at 11:30 Thursday morning In
Dr i. R'. DavlB.' Dontfst. 1234 O W
Tho sophomorcB will hold a rally In
Memorial hall at 11:30 Thursday
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Juniors and seniors got pictures for
tho Cornhusker taken 'at Townsend's
Studio. . '
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
JokeB for tho Cornhusker should be
dropped In the Joko boxes, In the
buildings about the campus.
, Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. 12th and O,
Tho freshman laws will meet ut fl
o'clock Thursday morning in the reg
ular freshman clasH room, third floor
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
FreBhmuu candidates for class bas
ketball out for practice Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Armory.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119
So. 12th street.
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.Meeting of interclass athletic. board
Thursday, Nov. 18, at.lf a. in.,- In
room U10G. Every member .Jrinat be
there. By order of committor, ' : ii
Spalding gymnasium and basketball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium, shoe's.
Beokraan Bros., 1107 O St '
UNIONS TAKE NOTICE
THE NEW PENS AR$ HERE
ALL OTHERS-Tahe AWfce-B&'gSK';
water color.drawing and price for your next ordor.
established 1871 HALLETT, Jeweler 1143 o street
Announcements have been received
in Lincoln of the marriage of Homer
Edmiston, 1892, and MIsBftEmma Mag
gloranl at Rome, Italy, on October 31.
Mr. Edmiston was a brilliant student
In tho university and- has since done
work at Harvard and Columbia. He
has lived In Itnly for the past few
years and his wife is an Italian girl.
Froy & Froy. choice flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
Tho momborB of the freshman class
hold a masB meeting in Memorial hall
last evening to arouse the Interest of
the mombors of that class in their
coming moot with tho Bophomores.
Vici Eye Glasses.
Comfortable, neat and nifty. Will
bo,' pleased to show' you. Howe,' Op
tician, 319 vo. 12th'. ' 21
At a mooting of the freshman hop
committee It was decided that thlB
dance of tho first yoar class would bo
hold January 16 at the Lincoln hotel.
The Nobraska-Haskoll game will be
a hummer, and George Bros.. Printers,
aro endeavoring to make their print
ing as popular as the game.
Tho members of the Chemistry Club
meet thlB evening in the library In
The members of the Pershing Rifles
will meet tomorrow evening in tho
Armory at 7:15 for their weekly drill.
Nov. J 9; 190.9
JOHN HAGB, Chairman
A nictating of tho sophomore Infor
mal commlttoo Tvas 'hold" yoalortla'y
morning in Momorlal hall at 11:30.
Tho members of the cadet battalion
hold Indoor drill last evening on ac
count of tho cold weathor.
Thp largo amount of manorial' and
supplies that was received sdme tlm'6
ago by tho department of chemistry
has all boon unpacked and placed In
tho chemistry laboratory, where It
may be used for tho rest of tho school
Tho Kansas City Woman's Athlotlc
Club are planning to entertain tho
girls of tho universities of Kansas
and Missouri who como to tho Thanks
givipg game. Tho club Is composed
exclusively of college women.
Pennsylvania managed to obtain one
of the two existing push balls and held
tho underclass flght last Friday. Tho
sophomores won tho contest, pushing
the ball over the fresh man lino In tho
last minute of play.
So many Iowa undergraduates lmvo
evaded the requirements of military
drill by claiming Quaker afTIlIatlon
that hereafter proof of actual church
membership with the denomination
will be required.
The Dally Callfprnlan suggests that
football players should bo numbered
just as track men, the object being to
give the Bpectntora some means by
which Individuals may bo recognized.
, At Washington University an under
graduate desiring to'aitetid any social
functions must first 'convlnco tho fac
ulty that his scholarship Is above tho
Iri the Yalo fall regatta, tho var
sity won from the second eight by a
length and a half. Tho unoflclal
ilnie was 3:30 over a coursp about
threes-quarters of a mile In length.
Students who dine at tho University
Dining Club at Missouri are fined for
the use of profanity while at the table.
Tho proceeds finance a banquet later
In tho year.
Tho Minnesota Federation of
Women's Clubs has founded a scholar
ship for women at tho University of
Minnesota which will admit women
students at Oxford, Cambridge dr
London universities under practi
cally the same conditions as tho
Rhodes scholarship for men.
Advertisements for the wan,t ac) col.
umn should be left at the business of
flee, basement Administration build
ioOi between 11 a. m. and 12 m., or
between 2 p. m. and p 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 A barger for a8turday
work. Call at Capital hotel. 37-nt
Lost At Junior hop, a silk fob. Re
ward for return to Nobraskan ofuco.
PROR JONES TELLS OF -,
JOHN BUNYAN'S HOME
FACULTY MAN RELATES EXPEFtl
THE OLD COTTAGE WAS INTERESTING
Convocation Occupied by Illustrated
Lecture Giving Facts In
Life and Surroundings
Another number of tho lecture at
convocation glvon by a professor who
had boon abroad during tho summer
was that glvon Tuesday by PrbfesBor
Guernsey' Jones of tho EngllBh-AmoH-can
history department. His subject
was "A Visit to tho Homo of John
Bunyan." Tho locturo was Illustrated
with stoouroptlcon views and many in
teresting pictures wero Bhown of tho
old quaint English bulldlngH of oarll6r
First wus shown tho blrthplaco of
John Banyan at Elstow., an old cot
tngo standing seemingly sideways to
tho streot. The Abbey of Elstow was
a largo structuro, but has boon in
part destroyed. Many of the old mold
ings aro Btill to bo soon. A plcturo of
St- John's church, of which Bunyan
was once pastor, wan shown, and a
memorial tablet bearing his name
among others who had also served tho
church. A copy of hlB will was found
and is still preserved. It was found
when the old houso was torn down.
Another relic of Bunyan'H Is his
oasy chair, which is now being care
fully cared for. It has tho appoar
anco of a most uncomfortablo straight
backed chair. HIb Ju und staff are
peculiar old relics of the porlod. Tho
Jail whore ho wan Imprisoned was ovl-1
dontly a very substantial structuro,
I judging by tho heavy boItH and hinges
of the door.
In appearunco Bunyan wus a large
man, with the flowing hair of the
age. He ulso wore a mustache. His.
.features impress ono as being a strong
personality, with keen oyes and a
thoughtful expression on his face.
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