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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1910)
. FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 11
The Best tyuslcal Comedy In Lincoln
With Sallle Fisher and Geo. Parsons
And the Original Production.
Prices $1.50 to 50c.
koopora aud you
mf. M..ITam m.I1
weak oyoa, Qrannlatod Lldn, Inflamed, Film,
otyua buu vrnvory njoa, unu iijrffoia Krt
Cream acta llko a charm in rostorinj? thom
to a hoaltby condition. Porfootly liarmlofw,
and is Rnaratltood to produce satisfactory ro-
suite or monoy rofnndod. At druKRtots or
mallod on rocolpt of prlco. 60c.
II. W. RU TON, Goalicn, Inttl
BovsMv SDrinor line of
J woolelfis are stunners. See
l J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes routed with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typiwrltir Exchange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shear.
1128 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Tttir FatrtMfc Solicited
TH APS WHY
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of f an-
aad punciffor FriV&'BorbH--
y parttea. wnlpplng Cream
always om hand. Bell 200. -AuUilll.
r aw fat seMon, Do yov knew
u yW jaurf at eiffoew fere? Ne
md, of beln etawisd, l
W Gleanings w
C. H. Proy, florist, 1133 O street.
Small cabinet meeting tonight Ut
6:30 sharp. ThlB will bo the regular
itrionthly business meeting. A Joint
mooting with the advisory board will
bo held at 7:15.
Thornburg'a Orchostra.' Auto 5877. ,
If my eyes could speak, what would,
they demand? Seo Howe, Optician,
U319 No., 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11K-119'
So. 12th street.
Noon Meeting Leaders.
Tho following arc tho leaders of the
noon meetings for tho remainder of
tho week: Thursday noon, CllrlBtlne
Audorberry; Friday noon, Miss Ethel
McAfee, general secretary of tho Y.
W. C. A. at Wesleyon university, will
spcik. Association girls aro urged to
be present and glvo her a rousing wel
come. All girls Invited.
Chapin Bros., florists.
127 So. 13th.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
Phi Alpha Tau Banquet.
Phi Alpha Tau, the honorary debat
ing fraternity, hold Its monthly ban
quet at tho Lincoln hotel on Tuesday
ovenlng. About twenty of tho mom
bors were present. J. T. Votava, J.
Rico and A. M. Oborfelder were on ,tho
toast list and Schramm acted as toast
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
1325 O Street
Carrie Strong (Mrs. H. W. XWilto)
Ib now doing wonderful work In India.
All organizations in the university
desiring representation In the 1910
Cornhuskor must sign tip for space do-
sired at onco. This includes fratorni
ties, sororities, clubs, and tho different
,'classes and class organizations. Call
"at tho Cornhuskor ofllco during the
RALPH E. WEAVERL1NG.
Advertisements for the want ad col.
umn should be left at-the-business off
vv, uawillEllL -lUIMIIIIOlldllull UUIIU-
ing, between 11 a. m. and 12 m.t 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 ner Insertion far
every fifteen word6 or fraction therc-J
- m . ... .. ..
ot ror tne nrst insertion; three inser
tlops 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
Foung Plain gold seal ring, vith
Initial "B." Owner may havo samo
by paying for this ad. 93-5t
Found A Waterman's Ideal r foun
tain pen.' Ownermay have samq by
identifying property and paying for
this ad. 93-5t
For Sale A now bigh-grado bicycle,
at 25 per cent discount. Inquire at
Nobraskan office. '
9 O V
For, Sale A good dress suit; 6l2d
3G; cheap. . Address P, Nebraskan. I
; ( ... .
Nantea jTojVent.a r6oin,within two
blocks-'of tho campus. AHoubo must bo
mopqrp, AddrepB R, Nebraskan.
Wanted Student wonts place. tol,tho ddvlcd of Secretary of AgrlcuIturA
" r : t
work for board. Willing to do ony
thlnk. Addrofls K, Nobraukan DJKlt
LoBt -A European history note book
with gray color. Reward for roturiu
to Nobraskan offlco. 93-3t
Lost Cold fob, In Uni'Hall, March
4th, between 2 and 3 o'clock. Re
ward for return to" Rag office 93-3t
Lost A brown fur scarf, botween
Unl Hall and Gym. Roturn to Nobras
kan ofllco. Q3.3t
LoBt Phi Delta Phi frat pin, sot
with opals. Finder roturn to 1435 L,
or call F1383 for reward. 95-3t
Lost A Dolta Upsllon fratornlty
pin, sot with opals. Finder return to
Nebraskan office and recelvo roward.
H. L. Nyo has accepted a good posi
tion on tho farm of H. O. Llcbors.
O. F. Froderlckson bus boon appoint
ed assistant librarian to succeod Chas.
A. J. Rold has accoptod a position
for the summer with Mr. O. E. Schlich
John Dobson lias rncovorod from an
attack of. scarlet fovor and la back
again to resume his studies.
Tho Juniors aro wondering how it
is possible that a small job'of paint
ing could bo worth fivo dolars.
- Until tho return of Dr. Sturdovnnt,
OUR NEW SPRING HATS AND
FURNISHINGS ARE READY
NOW AND ARE COPRECT IN
EVERY DETAIL FOR COLLEGE
MEN. " '
Dr, Gain v will havo chaigo of tho
classes in anatomy and physiology.
Tho parents of K. Nasli liavo moved
to California. jTe rather expects to
follow- as soon as school Is out.
The Juniors wore permitted to at
tend tho big horso snlo at tho state'
fair grounds yesterday afternoon.
Press Bulletin No. 32, ontltlod "Test
ing Seed Corn," Is now ready for dis
tribution. Demands have already been
received for about 100,000 copies.
R. A. Studloy expects to work for
the Alamlto Croft mory Co. of Omaha
during the coming year. Mr. Studley
Is familiar with the creamery busi
Tho sovorul companies enjoyed two
hours of battalion drill Monday under
tho leadership of ITnJor Gould. During
the drill a number of- pictures wore
taken for publication In "Agriculture."
Tho department of farm., manage
ment Is carrying on a numbor of co
operative experiments with f.rmors.
These includo tho subjects o commer
cial fertilizers, crop' rotation, tho use
of sweet clovor as a. soil improver,
and tho advisability of inoculating Ne
braska soils for tho growth of alfalfa.
A very exciting game op baseball
was played tho foro part of this week
botween tho second and third year
men. Tho former led off with a good
ly score, but becoming wearied by
hard hitting and base running they.
permitted Forburgor to circle "the
bases on a terrific hit and bring In
threp other men who had been Ungor
Ing on tho bagd. Such playing fllh.
heartened the juniors and they gavo
UP'- , .. . I
. Tho clasB In1 forirf- management i
now studying farm accounts. They are
working- on a system to iheot the
needs of, tho average farmer,' and(they
feel that thev wffl bo able to follow
t .j- '
Jamos Wilson whpn ho said aomo tlrao
ago: "I would not lmposo on a busy
farmor tho kooping of on olabo.rato
sot of books, but somo BlhiiJlo form or
accounts will bo of groat aid In miq
It 1b nlUnnod to nronaro on. Hmnii
;lats dlfforoht sorts of sood botls. Tho
oujoct is to havo nn actual demonstra
tion of tho various- methods of prep
aration showing tho Cfticl on crops.
This Ib to bo dono for Instructional
purposes. Tho work will bo In charge
'of ProfosBors Barkor and Hopt, and
will boar oapoclally upon their cluss
work. Noxt yoar studonts will bo for
tunato In having an opportunity to
floo this demonstration work.
E. F. Woodwnfd.'S. of A. '09, reports
that ho has boon making a study of
furrow opener attachments for corn
planters and 'that ho has'somo trouble
In making his rows straight and keop
lng tho disks bright. Ho offors us a
substitute for this a tricycle llBtqr
with a mould board which will Intor
chango with disks. Ono largo Imple
ment company is working on (IiIr
Bchomo and will boo If It in practical.
ARTICLE BY MI88 HRBEK.
Plea for Public 8chools as Branch
T,ho March Issuo of "Public Li
braries" contains nn oxtonsivo artlclo
on "Tho Library and tho Foreign-Born
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"The Goddess of Liberty"
Oliver r Friday Night
. , It1feoras cprtain that all tho adjoctives Justified by the 'English authority
ImVO been Utilized In nnnllrvitlnn ff oi t .. ""T". . U1U'
n j j. - r 7u I ii . iMfMu mi h. pmce umong classics. vxao.
?TnK iiSf UW com?8 to l0I,ver Theatre for one njght, Friday,
March 11th with tho original Chicago cast add entire .prbductlbn, ,
. Dainty Salllo Fisher and George Parsons have tho leading roles
W can tayo you 12 per
cent mi your fuel billi
IB TH REASON
Lktuiu.. Gregory The Coal Man 1044 on
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Citizen," from, tho pon of Miss Wkd
llrbok of tho University of 'Nebraska,
Miss Hrbolt dollvorod tho papor m an
hddroBB boforo tho annual convontlen
of tho: Nobraska Stato Library Assoc!
ntlon which was bold In-Boatrieo'Iaat'
fall. Tho artlolo makos a strong ploft
for tho uso of ttto pubircHCBoJn. art
branch llbrarlos In soctfdtiB bfcltlca
populated by foreigners. Ways a'llcl
moans aro discussed malting for 'tho)
nsHlmllatlon of tho foreigner. ..
PLAY GIVEN BY LATIN CLUB'..-
"The TrlnummuB,' by Plautua, on Rro
grams at Home of Prof. Barker;
The Latin Club program atk;tbd
homo of Professor and Mrs. Barhof
Tuesday ovbnlng conBlstod of a play
by Plautus. Tho caBt of tho play
"Tho Trlnummus" Id aB folJowB: .
Luxurla and fnopla, PrOlogus, WlBoa
Mlllnr find nilMinnan
WogaronldoB,, aonox, a friend of (Jft
liclcs, Miss Andoraon.
CalllcloB, sonox, a frlond of CharmW
des, Miss Woavor.
LyBltoloB, a son of Phlto and frlond o!
LosbonlcuB, Miss Dufur.
Phllto-Bonox, a wealthy Athchlah,
LcBconlcus, adulcBcens, Bon 61 'Char
raldes, MIbb Dion'. . , , i
StaBlmua, Borvant of Charmldea ant-'
icBhonicus, MIbb Porsinrfor.
Charmides, Bonox, an Athenian mojr
chant, MIbb Outhotflio.
Sycophanta, a shnrper, Miss Wbcqler.
Ullt.f "t. St- B. ,
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