The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 11, 1910, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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OLIVER THEATRE
TONIGHT AT 8:15
"The Goddess
of Liberty"
Prices $1.50 to 50c.
N8AT. MAT. AND NIGHT, MAR. 12
"ISLE OF SPICE"
Mat., 75p to 25c Eve., $1.00 to 25c
Mon., Tues. and Tuea. Mat, Mar. 1415
"TRAVELING 8ALE8MAN."
Weak Eyes
Htudoutu, Htono
eraphors, Book
Kooporsnnd yoa
uflin a..(Tni wlfli
weak ;yos, GnujMatod Litis. Inflamed, Film.
Btyoa and Watery Kyo, ilnd Ilygclri Kjrc
Cream acts liko a charm in roatorlnK thorn
to a healthy condition. Porfoctlv harmlntw.
andla guaranteed to produco satisfactory ro
unite or monoy refunded. At druggista or
mailod on rocolpt of prloo. GOc.
, II. XV. tiV TON, Gonlien, Indliiu,
M!75
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LKSfi
Boys- -My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
them !
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Fino Tailoring
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14Ui anil O Street
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Our Fountain
SEE OUR WOOLENS
Elliott Bros.
TAILORS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
yjjCampusui)
W- Gleanings W
"C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 0 street
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Oraco Trigg, '06, Ih in Trenton, N. J.,
in ImluBtrlnl Vork.
Thornburg'a Orcheatra. Auto 5877.
Agnthu Totton Anderson, '0G, Ih In
mission work In Beirut, Syria.
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Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, lin.no
So. 12th strcot
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The Englluh Club will meet with
Miss Harriet Milr Saturday night.
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Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
5,
The Bohemian Club is plnnnliig to
give a number of Bohemian folk
dances nt ono of its meetings.
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Chnpin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Anna Watt Is physical director i;
the city Y. V. C. A., St LouIb, Mo..
'whore she is mooting with splendid
success.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
N. ilth.
Mary Billing, '07, is in preparation
for the foreign field at thu Moody
Bible Institutol Chicago.
Dr. E. M. Cramb, Osteopathic Phy
sician, U. of N. '99 Burlington bloclc.
The Black Masque will be at home
to junior' girls Saturday afternoon
from 1 until C o'clock at the Y. W. C.
A. rooms. All Junior girls are Invited
to come.
TYPEWRITERS
All makes rented with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Robuilt Machines
Unooln Typiwrltsr Exchange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 123 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
JEWELER
S. S. Shean
OPTICIAN
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patrauge Solicited
Quality Counts
THAT'JSWHY
FRANKLIN'S
ICE CREAM
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and pnnch tor Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always on hand. Bell 203.
Auto 8181. 1016 N St.
Hot Drinks
arc now in uuon, Do you know
aay place where you can get u
QUICK SERVICE
u you can at ournew store? No
need of being crowded.
Lincoln Candy
K.ltCnen S. W. Corne,4
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tho University of, Nobraskn. Sho just
bubbled over with missions. A card
just received tells of her Joy In her
work and sends nn urgent call for Ne
braska to send young men and women
to India.
Special arrangements havo boon
nmdd with tho oxocutlvo committco of
tho. laymen's missionary movomont
convention,' so that university men
may register for tho convention at re
ducod rates. J. L. Dor Kindoren has
charge of registrations from Nebras
ka University.
Notice.
All university organizations taking
representation in tho Cornliuskor will
pleaso proparo their write-ups "nt once
and turn In nt the Cornliuskor man
agement. RALPH S. MOSELY,
Edltor:ln-Chlof.
Notice.
Tho Junior social committco is ro
quostcd to meet in U106 at G p. m.
Friday. Tho members of this commit
tee are B. Cherrlngton, Q. II. Rushton,
Earl Leo, V. C. Haskell, Helen Stelner,
Jessie Bnghtol and Edith Hnnna.
A. M..OBERF1ELDER,
Chalrmnui
Notice. '
All organizations In tho university
desiring representation In the 1910
Cornliuskor must sign up for space
desired at once. This Includes frator
nltieK, Bororities, clubB and tho differ
ent classes and class organizations.
Call at tho Cornliuskor office during
tho nftomoon.
RALPH E. WEAVERLING,
93-21 Business Manager.
The women of Orlnnoll College aro
holding nn Interesting basketball
tournament.
GLASSES OR WRINKLES
Watch a person with eye edfect trying to see
without glasses and the frowns, wrinkles and
crow's feet appear and deepen as effort to see
increases. Our glasses will counteract this.
HALLETT, Registered Optometrist
ESTABLISHED 1871
1143 O STREET
Notice.
All members of tho Engineering Ro
doty will meet In front of the M. E.
building Tuesday at 12 o'clock to havo
their picture taken. 9U-2t
The lutor-class debuting board will
meet at tho Daily Nobrnsknu office to
il I gTiFaFnTTfT Important business.
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Notice.
All wrlte-upB for the 1910 Corn
liuskor are due now. All organiza
tions should see to having their writes
In in once.
flIJ-L't EDITOR.
Professor Chatburn Speaks.
Professor George It. Chatburn lias
been Invited by the township trusteci.-
of Broken Bow to deliver an addrut;
in that placo Saturday upon tho sub-
Ject"Better Country Roads."
Florence Pnrinoleo, '07, now assist
ant secretary In Omaha city Y. W.'C.
A., who has just left the stnto work
of Nebraska, also spent one year in
the HnrlOm city association, Tlnrloni,
N. Y.
Fanny Drake, '0G, now general sec
retary of the Y. W. C. A. at Roch
ester, N. Y., wfls treasurer one year
and ono of our most efficient workers.
Her worjcln Rochester Is reported as
unusual.
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Tho Wednesday noon praise sorvico
was unusually Interesting. Tho fol
lowing program waB rendoreilt Vocal
solo, Blanch Buehler; violin solo, Ber
nlco Chambiors; accompanist, Bessie
Chambers.
Pearl Archibald', '0C, president of th
Y. W. C. A. March, '05'-'0C, is state
aecrotary of Now York and Now Jor
soy, having charge of the industrial
work, organizing associations, in fac
tory towns and branch work In the
factories.
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Lena Nelson,,-'06, Is now JnMeorut,
India." Her missionary work began lir
California Is to hold a military ball.
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Marshall Key,' fdrmerly of Purdue
University, hns cnteYcd Frnnklln col
lee. O d
Pennsylvania's now school of arch!-tecture-wlll-be-second-only-lo-thnt-of-Parls.
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A $!1,000 fire occurred recently In
the chapel of tho University of Vir
ginia. Iast weok marked the thirty-second
nnnlversary of the founding of tho
Yale News.
Three hundred and fifty girls at
Minnesota havo signed the honor
pledge against cribbing.
An Indiana club was organized at
Chicago Unlyorslty recently. Georgo
Burr McCutcheon addressed tho first
meeting..
"What was tho best nftor dinner
Bpeechy.auovor heard?"
"The other follow j-jald, 'Let'me set
tlo with the waiter!'"
In 1748 Now Jersey College, now
Princeton, furnished students with
board at $1.07 per week. Tuition was
$8.00 for each half year. .
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
New Spring Hats Now. Ready
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Special Sale of
regular $2.50
Hats at $1.90
all styles.
Palace Clothing Co
1419 O Street
Every
Department
is overflowing with
choice Spring Mer
chandise & Choose
Now if you would,
have the BEST.
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STOP INTO THE FOLSOMFOR
REFRESHMENTS. ICE CREAM
AND ICEIS, LIGHT LUNCHES,
CANDIES AND BON BONS.
'$sm
1307 O STREET
The Unlrenlty year If divided Into four Quarter, Winter,
Spring, Summer, and Autumn. Admlnlon Ii granted at tin1
opening of each, on January ad, April ml, June i6tl, and
October jit.
Graduate Instruction 'It ofTcred In the Craduate'Scboola c(
Art and Literature and In the Ogdcn (Graduate) School of
Science.
Profeiilonal Instruction Is offered In the Divinity School,
the Caw School, Ruin Medical College (aflillatedj, and the
School of Education., t.
Summer Quarter 190S, June 16-September 1, First Term)
June itt-July rj Second Tcrmi July 7-Augut 31. Keglttra.
Hon Is permitted for the entire quarter or for 'either term.
Full and regular credit, Is given for woilc.dooe. Special
course are ottered for teachers.
For Information address
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
' CHICAQO ... ILUNOI8
TYPEWRITERS all makes
" -- S0LD 0 K, RENTED
Rent Applies on Purchaso Pricjij. Five Days Froo trial before yon
pay. Two years guarntoo when yon purchase. Easy Terms. Got
our Hat. Auto. 2080.; BdU 1200. ''
B. F. SWANSON CO., Inc.
143 So. 13th St.
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