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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THURSDAY NIGHT, FEB 24
IN "THE FIR8T NIGHT."
Prices $2.00 to 50c.
Tueo., Wed., and Mat., March 12.
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FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladies Free Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
THE PRIINTE R
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( II. Proy, llorlst, 1133 O street,
William Ross of Omaha lias pledged
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Thonibttrg's Orchestra. Auto" 5877.
4ftljJEas.Thot(V''Cal entertained Phi
Kappa PbI at a Smoker Monday
Chapin Bros., 'florists.
127 So. 13th.
Special StudonfH' Danco, Monday,
Fob. 28. Bruoe's Orchestra. Lincoln
Dancing Acudemy. 85-7-8
Croon's Sanitary Barber Shop;
N 11 tb.
M. C. A. Spa.
817 South 12th
Boys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Try a lunch at tlio V,
13th and P St.
Havo your clothos pressed at Web
er's Sultorium. Auto 1708.
Eut at Don Cameron's Cafe, 1 1 "119
So. 12th street.
B. S. Brown, chief of the pure seed
bureau of tho department of agricul
ture, is at tho university looking for
rtion. It 1b expocted that ho will take
several students from the senior classt
Sophomores Do you want to earn
your collogo expenses for your Junior
year? Call 3:30 to 6 p. m., II. L.
Brookway. 220 No. 11th St.,. Room r.
A mooting of tho Englnorlng Soci
ety will bo held this evening at 7:30
o'clock. Professor Chuthurn will ad
dress the members of the society.
O. L. OLSON, Secretary.
Tho University of Noyada liaH a
campus rulo that no Junior shall
wear a sombroro hat.
Indiana is considering plans for
changing or doing away with the
spring vacation. Tho school year Is
coming to be bo crowded that some
changes nro becoming Imperative.
The meeting of the Komonsky Club
last Saturday was of unusual interest.
The musical numbers and readings
weco heartily enjoyed. An offort Is
being niado to oncourage the attend
ance of tho Bohemian residents of
Lincoln, and the work promises to
bring-good resultB.--It-was-dooldod to
have a program in the English lan
guage on Saturday, March 10th, in or
der to acquaint the general public
with the hnturo of tho club work.
Civil Engineer itobert E. Peary, tho
discoverer of the North Pole, will
speak at Cornell. The occasion of his
address is the unveiling of a bronze
tablet, to bo placed in Sage Chapel by
the students to the memory of Ross
Gllmoro Murvln, Cornell '05, who wits
drowned on Engineer Peary's expedi
tion to tho North Pole. The inscrip
tion on tho tablet will be in part a
saying of Peary, "Marvin has planted
tho Cornell colore beyond the farthest
of Nansen and Abrizzi."
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Street
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Thomas Crolgh, '07, Is general at
torney for tho Cudahy Packing Co.
James A. C. Kennedy, '00, Is In the
law business, G08 Brandcls building,
Tho address of Charles E. Crown
over, 97, who Is In the United States
reclamation service. Is Camp Hi,
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes rented with Btand $3
per Mpnth. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 123 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Teur PatrMuge Solicited
A DULL HEADACHE
is nature sounding tho alarm that something is going wrong. Fifty
por cont of hoadachos aro caused by rofractivo errors, and can bo
rohoyod by glussos proporly fitted. I always mako a thorough oxami
nation and give honest advice as to tho condition and caro of the oy
HALLETT, Registered Optometrist
ESTABL1SHFD 1871 1143 O STREET
Four men wanted for Hununur work.
Excellont business proposition. 'Good
money for, right men. It. L. (lllmoro,
Windsor hotel. St-ut
Lost Pair of rimless bow spec
tacles, In caso bearing namo of "Dr.
S. S. Shean." Finder please leave at
Ml 00 or call Auto 12248, 1017 K streot.
Notice to Students. Special rate!
Learn to dance! Lincoln Dancing
S. A. Mahood will address the mem
bers of the Y. M. C. A. nt tho regular
mid-week meeting of the association
tills evening on the subject of "Somo
Impressions of tho State Convention."
A mooting of tho sonionrinBtiuurada
committee will bo held this o'vening in
U10G at 7:30. AH members of tho
commltteo aro urged to' bo present.
. FRED IIOF MANN, Chairman.
Uonjamln F. Skilos, '00, who has
been practicing law at David City. Is
now at Crofton, Neb.
II. S; Evans, 08, is acting dean of
engineering. University of Colorado,
during a year's
leave of absonce of
TH ATS WHY
. JShSQ POPULAR
'IWe mama.BTJecialtarof fa
m cy creams, sherbets,. Ice
iind punch for Frat &.'Sr6ri (
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always on hand. Bell 908.
The members of the senior play cast
aro requested to meet in U1015 at 11:30
Thursday morning. The copies of tho
play aro now on sjUe nt Miller &
Paino'H at 75 cents each.
PAUL YATES, Chairman. 2t.
Wilt Elect Wednesday. '
Tho election proper of tho Y. W. C."
A. ofllcers for tho coming term wlllho
hold today at the noon meeting, lit
which time tho results of tho Informal
bullot will bo mndo known. A largo
attendance of mombors Is particular
In tone 'of tho-8erl5s of district do
fratos of' the NobrnftfcaHlgh School Do
baling League, Fremont defeated Ash-
mnu.at auianu reconiiy. rroiesBors
Cnidwell and Porslngor df tho depart
ment of'Amerlcan history were Judges'
Carl Chrlstopholsmeier, '00, A. M.
1002, occupies the chair of history and
political science, University of South
Dakota, Vormtlllon, S. D.
Robert A. Campbell, '08, who lias
been a high school Instructor at Red
Oak, Iowa, and also at Elgin, III., Is
now farming near Fullerton
B. S. Haydon, '07, who has been at
the head of tho schools of Palmyra
for twelve years, has been compelled
to give up his position on account of
Albert S. White, Law '97, who has
been cashier of the Chadwlck State
Bank, Chadwlck, Mo., Is now vice-
i prosldont of the Planters Bank, St.
G. A. Warllold, Law '08, professor of
history and social scionco in tho Da-'
kota Wosloyan University, Is spending
tho year Investigating social condi
tions and philanthropy of tho stato of
Missouri- under tho Russell Safe Foun
dation. Judgo William H. Snoll, '73, of Ta
coma, Wash., one of tho two first
graduates of tho university, enter
tained tho Nebraska Club at Soattlo
recently. A year ago a similar event
was hojd, tho occasion being tho vlsii
of Prof. Laurenco Fosslor to that city.
N. . Snoll, 82, president of tho Mid
west Llfo Insurance company of Lin
coln, Nob,, has recently published, his
address on "Tho Other Sido," deliv
ered beforo (ho Lincoln Commercial
Club, pecomber 23, 1909. It is an able
treatment of the advantages to Ne
braska in pJronlzing local insurance
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