The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 04, 1910, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBKASKAN
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Oliver Theatre
Two Concerts THUR8.. OCT. 6.
Afternoon 3:30 Night 8:16
Innes and His Band
55 Players, 3 Soloists
MAT. 25c to $1.00 NIGHT 506 to $1.00
8AT. "WIZARD OF WI8ELAND."
LINCOLN MAT,NIffspA?oy) aS3
ORPHEUM
!SoL;;i88DVANCE0VAUDVILLE
Week Starting Monday, Oct. 3d.
FRANK STAFFORD & CO.
AND 7 OTHER BIG ACTS
Mats. 15c and 25c
Eycnlngs 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Simmons the Printer
PRINTING
Engraving
Embossing
Auto. 2319 317 So. 12th
The First Trust and
Savings Bank
A PER CENT INTEREST A
$1 opens an account "
11)9 Houth 11th Street.
IF IT'S PRINTING!"!!
Soo .Us Boforo Ordoring Elsowhoro
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No Mth St.
SPECIAL GLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
TARIAN 8TUDIES.
Afternoon and Evening Classes in
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewrit
Ing, Penmanship t Nebras
ka School - of Business.
EXPERIENCE Of UNIVERSITY MEN
Tho Nebraska School of BuBlness,
located in tho Hall Bros, building,
1519 O street, is organizing special
afternoon and evening classes at con
venient hours for university students
who wish to study either Bbortband,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman
ship. Tho evening classes meet threo
evenings each week Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday. University stu
dents may arrange for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
to take, and tho rates for tuition will
bo very reasonable. Tho Instruction
is given by teachers of iong experi
ence and recognized ability.
Mr. Glenn O. Taylor, B. A., LL. B.
Bpoaking from his own experience,
says: "I have no hesitation. In say
ing that I bclievo the freshman in col
lege makes a mis
take if ho does
not avail himself
of tho opportuni
ty of studying
shorthand' and
.typewriting. The
student who has1
a knowledge of
shorthand has not
only a very rapid
means of taking
notes from .class
work to bo used
later as referenecs in preparation for
reviews and examinations, but also
has a knowledge .which may bo readi
ly turned' Into money during his spare
hours and vacations. Moreover, such
, student, when his collego courso Is
s finished, is assured Immediate employ
raent id the commercial world.'
Mr. Frank bates, a student of the
i,N. S. B.f who hold a position with tho
B. & M. in this city last year, is now
n.tin 1I nfnw i1.itcyY. TtHiirAeit nra '
(It WJ"b ". TJ " W.MfTVPOVVM,
at Bvanston, with his shorthand and
..typewriting. ,
Any university students lntereatfc4V
In tliftfio special classes aro invited to
call at the school and obtain furthei
particulars. Tho school Is located op
O street in the Hall' Bros. lHlai.
.' iure but nr rn n mr. m. disk.
ON THE CAMPUS
George Flnck, 1912, of Omaha, who
nttended Nebraska Inst year, Is pur
suing his courso at Harvard.
Have your clothoa pressed at' Woo
er's SultorJum, Elov'enth and O. tf
H. C. Hathaway, 'lianas returned
from the national convention of Delta
Upslion, held at San Francisco.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa
13th and P streets.
o
Hlland Wheeler, Delta Tau Delta,
was a campus vlBltor recently. He
has JiiBt roturnod from a visit with
his brother, Mason, in New York city.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
No. 11th.
The Tegnar society, the University
Swedish -tlub, hold Kb first meotlng
Saturday In Science hnll at tho Tem
ple building. The next meeting will
bo held on October 14.
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Any mako of typewriter with golden
pak typewriter table, $6 for 3 months.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange tf
o
Erwln Floyd, '09, who was promi
nent In military affairs while In
school, wbb a campus visitor yester
day. Ho has been out In Wyoming
surveying.
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Miller & Palno's Cafe. "A good place
to eat." Quick service, well cooked
food, moderate prices, good menu. Try
It! l-5t
The English club meeting. Satur
day evening with Miss Sprague, 3119
O street, was devoted to a consldora
Hon of j)lans for improving tho work
of the club. Each member "was given
FULK
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
a mlnuto und a half in which to sug
gest means of bettering the stand
ards and utility of tho organization.
Some now methods of conducting the
winter Bories of meetings will prob
ably result from the session.
$6 rents any make of typewriter
with stand for three months. Rent
applied if machino is purchased. Lin-1
coin Typewriter Exchange, 122 No.
11th. Richards block. You pass our
store every 'day. tf
Among the passengers ' sailing on
the oxpresB steamship Kaiser Wil
helm II, of tho North German Lloyd
line,' from Now York to Bremen, via
Plymouth and Chorbourg, today Is
Miss Martha Herman oi Lincoln,
Nebr.
New sanitary drinking fountains
are to bo placed in tho-main buildings
on tho campus. For many years past
the ordinary iron ice water tank has
sufficed. Tho new fountains will be
of tho typo installed last ypar. In tho
Engineering building. No cups- will
bo necessary.
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A reception to studonts of tho uni
versity will bo given by tho Church
of tho Holy Trinity on Friday ovon
ing, October 7, in tho Sunday school
rooms of tfio church. This reception
is under tho .charge of. Uio St. Agnea
guild. All students of 'tho university,
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ICJBIlll JVM yffJ
youiruvt
SHOfr'v
whether Episcopalians or not, aro cor
dially itivlted to bo prosonL- A spe
cial feature of this rocdptlon will be
an illustrated talk by Prof. William
F. Daim of tho Stato University.
A largo party of members of tho
Catholic Students' club of the Univer
sity wero doilghtfully ontertalned at
a dancing party at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. T. J, Doylq, Friday ovoning,
on tho occasion of tho rooponlng of
school. Tho Catholic Students' club
is one of tho Influential Coruhuskor
organizations and draws Its member
ship from every collogo and branch
of nctlvlty In tho Stato UnivorBlty.
Tho evening was spout at dancing In
the spacious parlors of tho Doylo
homo and dainty refreshments woro
served while tho dancing was In progress.
Special Notice.
All members of tho Students' De
bating club aro urged to bo prosont
at tho first meotlng of tho club, to
be hold at 8 o'clock Wednesday ovon
ing, OctoborJLJmportant business
Is to bo transacted, so come out and
bring your follow members.
H. E. DIXON,
Vlco President.
CROSS-COUNTRY MEETING.
Long-Dlstanco Runners to Organize
for Work This Morning.
Tho first meeting of thoso Interested
(n tho -crosstcountry try-outs will b
held In Dr. Clapp's offlco this morning
at 11 o'clock. Dr. Clapp is confident
of an attondanco of at least fifty :
this assembly, and will aVall hlmsol
of tho opportunity to creato spirit ant.
Interest among all tho fellows win
will probably bo aspirants for crost
country honors.
With tho addition of much good mn
tcrlal in the way of cross-countr
Come and See
our new Soft Hats and Caps that you
would be pleased to wear and know
that you were wearing the right thing.
men to Dr. Clapp's previous experi
enced supply, tho prospects for n Ne
braska victory in tho mid-west mec
aro very oncouraging. This moot wll
be held some time during tho wont'
of November and is considered an'ath
letlc event of tho year In which Ne
braska will mako good.
. Tho first announcement from the
office which warrants to a groat ox
tent the confidence that Nebraska will
again retain her distinction of pos
sessing tho winning cross-country
teaf is that four of last year's varsity
team will bo on deck at tho initial
try-out. These men aro Captain Me
lick, Anderson, Am hereon and Lzicar.
03. T.rump, who two years ago made
such an excellent record'and who was
reckoned as ono of Nebraska's best
representatives In the Chicago meet,
will not train or try-out this year be-
causo of increased weight.
'Freshmen in tho university who are
fostering tho Idea that thoy may be
able to display cross-country running
ability will bo given an opportunity
lator on in tho Beason. No freshmen
entries, however, will bo received to
day. Rowing at Prl'ncoton will bo given
greater attention tnan over boforo.
Members of tho freshman class have
already been urgod to. roport for prac
tice at Carnegie Lake. Thoc fall re
gatta will bo hold one month from
yesterday,
"in' the Lab butwhen you
tyiy SHOES don't expert
rhent buy them at .
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EXPERIMENT
Classified Column
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tweon 11 a. m. and 12 m., 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 per insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inser
tlons 25 cents; 'five Insertions 40 cents.
Wanted -A roommate- for Unl. stu
dent in prlvato flat, close in, 313 So.
14th St. ' 7-U
Wanted Studont barber for Satur
days. 205 So. 11th. '4-3t
Found Music student's notebook.
Ownor may obtain sarao at "Rag" of
fice by paying for this ad. C-3t
Found Fountain pen. Owner may
havo samo by Identifying at "Rag"
office and paying for this ad. 7-fU
Lost An O. H. S. '09 class pin on
Q or R stroot, oast of school. Re
ward If returned to this office. 7-3t
Lost Pocketbook on tho campus
last Thursday or Friday. Reward If
roturucd to Nobraskan office. 7-lt
Educational.
Learn Wireless and U. R. Telegra
phy. Shortago of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ex
tensive "wirelcsB' dovolopmontB. We
operato under direct supervision of
telegraph officials and positively place
all students, whxm qualified. Write
for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst.,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port
land, Ore. tf
CHURCH RECEPTIONS.
Entertainments Planned for Unlver
- sity 8tudents.
'Receptions for unlvorslty students
will bo held on next Friday evening,
"v-iniipr 7, In tho following Lincoln
churches:
Holy Trinity Eplacopal, Twelfth and
J Btreets.
First Prosbyterlnn, Thirteenth and
M streets.
St. Paul's Methodist, Twelfth and M
streetB.
First Baptist, Fourteenth and K
strcots. '
FirBt Congregational, Thirteenth
and L streets.
Vine Congregational, Twonty-flfth
and S strcots.
United Presbyterian, Sixteenth and
It streets.
Trinity Methodist, Sixteenth and A
streets.
First Christian, Fourteenth and M
srteets. ' .
English Lutheran, Fourteenth and
F streets.
It is possible that other churches
may mako later announcements re
garding their recoptions, but this list
contains all which .hnvo as yet been
announced. .
KOMENSKY CLUB MEETS.
Bohemian 8tudents Plan Work
the Coming Year.
for
Members of tho Komensky club
and pthor Bohemian students of the'
University wero entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Herman Friday even
ing at their home, 1C21 M street.
Tho scope and nature 'of tho club
woro discussed by Prof. Sarka Hrbek.
All Bohemian students wero urged to
becomo Komensky workers, and It
wns apparent that thole present w.ero
heartily In sympathy with tho cause.
A largo number of nov Bohemian
studonts are enrolled In tho Uhlver
sity tlijs year. Nearly all of thena
tako advantago of the courses offered
by tho Slavonic department -and tho
majority tako on active Interest In
tho Komensky organisation.
The Komensky" nxovemcnjt was Im
nueurnted by students at this Univer
sity ihv'l80. Two yra later It b
cameja Federation of, Komensky clubs,
w)ifch- at present includo? flHeen' 6W
ganlzatlons, representing' severaj
states ad' six unlwaltlWs. t '
The' Federation publUhM. a nionthly
maaxlae, the 'KomensVy;"'havfriga
circulation at irtHoimnh" hovkiit,
ytinen jeaoa yoang
mm B flSr.
Se& (Si '-
They're Worthy of, Yopr.
Study
You'll find Kensington suite
and overcoats a revolution.
There's faultless tailoring.
No lack in stylo or fabric.
And abovo all, . thoy, fit
and stay fit.
Good fit is proof of good
on one of our coats and
you won't need further argu
ment. ',..
Suits $20.00 to. $40'.00; ''
Overcoats $12.60 to $J5;00.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street ,
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Herpolsheimer's Cafe
Dinner JJj30 to Jt30 ORj-
Supper 5:30 to 7(30 CUB '
ALSO CAFETERIAN STYLE
Hot Waflft with Maple Syrup (0
Wharton's
$2.50 Shoe Start,
and the Original Elect-,
ric Shoe Repair Factory
142No.I2th!
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN,
C. A. Tucker
-JEWELER
S. S. Sfiean
OPTICIAN
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FnOHT
Yovr Patronage Solicited
aro now in season, Do yOa know
any place whero yon can got as
QUICK SERVICE"
as yon can (at our no wtoro? No,
need of 'being crowded.
Lincoln Candy
J Kitchen s! w. ri.v:
stntes of tho .Union, Tje nrlsaary
Hot Drinks
object of tho paper da the cpoMpB
of hlghor education amo-okiitoBr-J'v
It lias, been instrumental i bringing;
many students into tte college. Be- -, "
sides editing artlclef1 lry' eariieat ''
Bohemians, it alee, publlshee transla- " . r,s I
tlons and origlaal works of Up s
dents. Biographical sketckes, V .
nent Jiving" Bohemiaas ar 'ir&ntfik
each month jad a ;portloa ja Jfitie- i
over to schools aaa. eaweauon. , iJWh
perta from theseyeraUcIiilMi ari
.llshed, thus keeping thf Ff
united aBcL inforaied pon xm';r: ;
grfsa BituK la",,, m,tmmmmm-'-
people ir- iu im ajavoni aeirBenv! , ' ? ; "
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