The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 01, 1910, Image 3
THEiDAJJLY. NEBRASKAN ... .- .m X. OLIYEK THEATRE TONFGHT AT 8$ 15 HENRY WOODRUFF In "THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT." Prices $1.50 to 50c r i Wed., Thur., Frl., and Thur. Matinee WM. GREW STOCK CO. In "The Morning After the Night Before." Eve., 35c, 25c, 15c Mat. 25c and 10c LYRIC THEATRE Mats., Wed. and Sat. 15c and 25c Beginning Monday Eve, January 31 THE LYRIC STOCK COMPANY " Will Present The Society Comery Dra'ma CAPTAIN SWIFT By C. Hadden Chambers EVENINGS AT 8:30 15c, 25c and 35c Next Week "UNDER TWO FLAGS." ORPHEUM WEEK 3TARTING JANUARY 31 JOHN B. HYMER BEN WELCH ADAMS & ALDEN MARSHALL MONTGOMERY CROSS & JOSEPHINE VITTORIA & GIROGETTA HOPKINS & AXTELL Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8:30 15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528. J SELECT PITTS' SEUCT I DANCING SCHOOL I BEGINNERS CLASS I I mnnMURnAV ANn ratiipdav i. :::... ... .. ., i opsbicii uaiwa iu miuuviiia 'SOCIAL FRIDAY AND MONDAY Ladlex Free Monday 16th and O St. Auto 5405 i SELECT SELECT 1Z75 MB KSfi Next Week Only $85.00 Sorgo Suit to Your Monsuro $20. OO L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St -The Owl Pharmacy Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets Hot and Cold Drinks at Our Fountain SEE OUR WOOLENS Elliott Bros. TAILORS - 142 SOUTH TWELFTH TYPEWRITERS All makes rented with stand $3 per Month. Bargains in Rebuilt Machines LlnotJh Typiwrltir Exthanp Auto 1155. Be.Jl 1181. J22 No. 11th UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN - (X A. Tucker JEWELER S. S. Shean " OPTICIAN , 1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT i ' Your Patrn c Solicited Campus i Aiieamn C II. Froy, florist, 1133 O street. All Juniors dcBlrlng cIhhh cops 8q H. II. Draup or II. M. Nohlo ut once. Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119 So. 12th street. Hubert O, Dell, Hota'Thota PI, Ne braska '09, Ib In Mllnor, Idaho, in the real estnto buBinesB. M Green's Sanitary Barber Sbop. 120 N. lltb. . Pi Beta Phi will glvo a luncheon today In honor of MIhh Theresa Wil bur. X Learn the new andfany dances, Thursdays. Lincoln Dancing Acad emy. 70-1-2 Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th. Juniors are requested to order clnss caps from.C Noblo nnd H. II. Drnkp.- Have your clothes .pressed at Web er's Suitorium. Auto 1708. The junior prom committer' will moot today nt 11:30. Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa. 13th and P Sts. Professor Caldwell lectured lo tbp history section of the Lincoln Woman's Club yesterday. 4. Wanted 25 Cornhuskers per day. Townsend. G7-10t 0 o I W. Johnson left for Omaha yes terday, where he will remain for some time. ' Do I abuse iny eyes? tire llowe, Optician, 319 No. 12. -J 70-1 Have you seen the "Sorority Panel" by Townsend? Something now and most attractive. 67-10t ;The Engineering Society will meol Wednesday evening ln-.M. 13. 200. Dr. J3. JM. Crumb. Osteopathic Phy sician, U. of N. '99 Burlington block, FULK Stiff Our room es w lOQC f C.i. Remember our hats are new and jL3mmt3 J ijll CCli shades New class1 fancy dances, Gaiety, Five-Step, Carlyle, etc., Thursdays, 8 p. m. sharp. Lincoln Dancing Acad emy 70-1-2 Miss Ada Pagonstecker, 'U, of Coun cil Bluffs, Iowa, visited at the PI Betn Phi house last week. o For Rent A pleasanf. front room; for gontlomon; modem. G34 No. 12th St. Auto 4563. ' 68-3t W: L. King, '05, of Lincoln was re cently appointed assistant in tile de partment of political economy at the University of Wisconsin. ,,M1bs Theresa Wilbur national stu dent secretary of the Y. W. C. A.,- Is being entertained this weok by Mrs. Ernest E Barber, 1720 B street. 0 Mrs. Elmore's class on India meets today in U204 at four o'clock. Mrs. Elmore will also speak ut 12:20 tumor- row in the Y. W., C. A, rooms. C. Dent Slaughter is manager of the Salmon Lumber Co., Ltd,, at Salmon City, Idaho, and says business is fine. He is Phi Kappa Psi, Nebraska "07. , ' . A club of the, wives af the faculty membors and the women "teachers, of the 'college of agriculture, waa formed last Wednesday. The name of the now organization will be. the Saturday Club, and meetings will be held monthly ih tbo week succeeding the regular meet ing of the Faculty Woman's Oiub. v Thnrnhtlfir'a flrlmof rn Antn K077 Adam HesB, Phi Kuppu Psi, Nebras ka graduate, Is practicing law , In BoIbo and is attorney for the Sunny Bide Realty Co. 0 Mr. Townsend urge as many Corn huskers as possiblo to bavo their Sit tings during the week and avoid the crowd on Saturdays. 07-101 .Charley Sunderland, Phi' Gamma DeUa, Nebraska '07, is with the gov ernment as special -"agent and Ik In Boise a good deal or his time. o Arthur Jaynes, Phi Kappa Psi, Ne braska graduate, was married In M li ner" Idaho, on January 19th, and Is In BoIhc spending his lioiioyjuoon. Miss Vena Stabl is leaving the uni versity today on account of ill health. She is a Junior In thojeonservatory of music. o At a meeting of the ledum circle this upmlng in U202 Profossor W. P. Dnnn of the department of Greek will lecture on "Modern Germnn Art," Il lustrated by the storcoptlcon. ProfosHor H. W. Caldwoll of the de partment of American history deliv ered an address before the Woman's Club yesterday afternoon on the sub ject of "Tbo Social Outlook." 0 Miss Mary Huugat, 'l.'l, entertained a few Of her university friends at a house purty at hor homo in Weeping Wator the week's end beginning Jan uary 28. A large number of university men were entertained last Friday evening at tbo First Preshytqrhui church by the Men's League. A supper was served to those Invited and thlH wuh followed by a series of toasts by some of the members of the league. ' o NOTICE. The intcrchisH debating board will meet toiftght at 5 o'clock In the base ment of the Administration building. 0 The Botanical Seminar liiiHgJuHl pub lished "Outlines of the Hjstory of Botany," by Dr. Roscoo Pound, former dean of the college of law. It consists of a revised paper which bo wrote some years ago. Tbo Botanical Som inar meets tonight for the cleptiou of f officers. One-Fifth to One-Third Off on all and Soft Hats- - Except Stetson stock is large and we must make tor the big Spring Shipments. the and shapes are alj correct. f N seniors OTICE. desiring All class pins should see committee at once. Sec ond order goes in soon, after which students will have to have initiuls en graved on pins at their own expense. The members of the committee are: Modcssitt, Greer, Tucker, Cochrane, Baumnhn. Phi Kappa Psi at noon yesterday pledged four men who were prohibited from pledging last fall owing to the restriction placed upon them by tho inter-rrnternlty council. They arg: Raymond Killlan of Wahoo, Samuel Carrier of Omaha, Coe Buchanan of Omaha, Frederick McConnell of Om aha. u TICKETS ON SALE. Tickets for tho forthcomolng Gor man play are now o,n sale at Horpol sholmer's and Porter's, and' on tho University hall. Prof. Baumgartner will bo In charge again, as he wuA laKt year. Tickets 25c and 50c. , o Tho following Alpha Tau Omegutf from out of tho city attended tho fra ternity party and hanquet lasirweek; Earl D. Mallory, Alliance; Lloyd Tv7 Johnson, AUIanoe; Bert Jacobson, Iulsvillo; Jess Caley, Genoa; C. Findloy Howar.d, Grand Island; Fred Laird, Fremont; Tellfer 'Beynolds, Rejna, Canada;, pilfford Shoemaker, DoWIttr Glen Venrik, Croto, and Dr. Daley, Omaha. Mrs. Margaret Barbour and Miss Eleanor Barbour, wife and daughter of Profossor E, II. Barbour, roturncd' to tho city last week after several months spent abroad. Miss Barbour studied music for some tlmo at Dres den. Thoy roport an onjoyablo visit. Miss Barbour will begin work In tho university UiIb semester and 'graduate in tho spring. L. D. Burdlc has entered school again this semester after being com pelled to drop school work on account of an accldont during tho Uhrlstmns vacation. Mr. Burdtc whllo out rabbit hunting was accidentally shot by his younger brother. Seventeen shot entered his body at various placcB and ho had a very narrow escapo from death. Fraternities Sororities . We can save you 12 per cent on your fuel bills , Semi-Anthracite $8.00 IS THE REASON utu.Bidf. Gregory The Coal Man icmost. FRATERNITIES Wi Want Your Goal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order, 'satisfaction quarant eep WHITEBREAST GOMP'Y 1106 0 STREET IF YOU ARE WILLING Ted will Dye for You or Clean, Press, or Repair your Garments 235 No. 11th Street TED MARRINER Jtut opposite tho Windsor Hotel Auto 4876 Bell F1609 i e c -9 LOSTJ If you have lost or found art icles, rooms- for rent or books to, sell, advertise in the Nebraskan's WANT-AD (to' r ;-'- 'V. V."' ' . i .una, in ' .r column Our rates are low and ' ' ' ' we- get results. i C ' IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE ( ii- . ; y. rpi-IE Label in a Ghs&- SHIRT is your' guarantee that everything in the shirt is right. All you, have to look for is the pattern you like. $1.50 and more while or in color. Cl.ttKTT, I'KAItOIIY & Co. 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