The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 11, 1910, Image 3
? rTot(qGsfip mt, i, " -, V - """, - .""w-T-fTvr .THE DAILY NIBRASKAN ib , !V v I ' Oliver Theatre THR8DAY NIGHT, OCT. 13 The Messers. Shubcrt Offer. LEW DOCKSTADER And His 20th Century Minstrels Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Fri., 8at. and 8at. Mat., Oct. 14, 15 "A8 THE 8UN WENT DOWN" LINCOLN MAT,Ni?ife,AW3V) a!3 ORPHEUM SUS'iSS ADVANCED VAUDVILLE Week 8tartlnq Monday. Oct. 10th THE FIVE OLYMPIERS In Diving Statuary AND 7 OTHER BIG ACT8 Mats. 15c and 25c Evenings 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 " 139 South 11th Btroet, IF 'T'S PRINTIMRYOU WANT Soo Us Boforo Ordering Elaowhoro Programs, Menus, Announce-' ments, Stationery, Booklets VANTINE PRINTING CO. 128-1H0 No 14th St. SPECIAL CLASSES FOR UNI MEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI TARIAN 8TUDIES. Afternoon and Evening Classes In 'Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewrit Ing, Penmanship At Nebras ka School of Business. EXPERIENCE OF UNIVERSITY MEN The Nebraska School of Business, located in tho Hall Bros, building, 1519 O street, is organizing special afternoon and evening classes at con venient hours for unlvorslty studontB who wish to study oither shorthand, typewriting, bookkooplng or penman ship. Tho evening classos meet three 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 long experi ence and recognized ability. Mr. Glenn O. Taylor; B. A., LL. B speaking from his own experience, says: "I havo no hesitation In say ing that I believe tho freshman In col Jego makes a mis take If ho does not avail himself of tho opportuni ty of studying shorthand and typewriting. The student who has a knowledge of shorthand has not only a very rapid means of taking noteB from class work to bo used later as references In preparation for rovlows and examinations, but also has a knowledge which may be readi ly turned Into money during his spare hours and vacations. Moreover, .such student, when his college course Is finished, Is assured immediate employ ment in tho commercial world." Mr. Frank Oates, a student of tho N. S. B.; who held a position with the B.i& M. In this city last year, Is now Ing his way through Northwostorn, iTatf.Evanstori, with hlB shorthand and -Ctypowritlng. . Any university students interested in theso special classes are invited to call at tho school and obtalnfurthei particulars. Tho schooj -Ib located on O street in the- Hall Bros, building, Just east ot the F. & M. bank. ON THE CAMPUS CORRECT ADDRES8E8. The Y. M. C. A. desires that every university student cor rect their address at the Reg istrar's office. It Is essential that you do this today, as the work on the directory will com mence at once. These ad dresses must be correct In or der to make the directory a success. U & L r U L L 1 i iy L 1 n T T r 1 p ' "" v POLITICAL NOTICE. The University Republican club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Re publican County Central Committee room In the Llndell Hotel on M street. Election' of officers, and speeches by candidates. All republicans come out. Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th. Miss Louise Northrup of Omaha spent Sunday at the Kappa Alpha Thela house. Capln Bros., FlorlBts, 127 South Thirteenth street. MIbs Mildred Post, '07, of York is chaperoning at tho Kappa Alpha The ta house this year. " Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120 No. 11th. The Platform club will havo an opening meeting and reception in the muiBC hull of the Temple, Thurs day at 8 o'clock. All men who are in terested in debating and would like to make it a study are cordially invited to attend. Speeches and readings FULK FURNISHER AND HATTER 1 325 O STREET will be given, and refreshments will bo served. Try a lunch at tho Y. 13th and P streets. M. C. A. Spa, 1322 N STREET BofH phones J P WOOD & CO. OLDEST LARGEST BEST Cleaners and Dyers George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth street, Printers. Calling Cards, In vites and Programs. Field Geography 9 (Women). Excursion to Louisville, Friday and Saturday of this week. The clasB will be chaperoned by Mrs. Condra. All who expect to go should report at onco to Professor Condra. Field Geology 21. Class will go on South Bend excur sion F.riday and Saturday of this week. All members of the class should re port at onco to Professor Bongtson. r Chemistry Club. ... Chemistry club will meet at 8 p. ra. in the chemistry lecture room Wed nesday, October 12. AH interested in chemistry are invited to attend. - Repaiaing at you want it, SHOtr Classified Column Advertisements for this column should he left at the business office, basement Administration building, be tween 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 tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cento. Completely Ronowod A number of nice rooms, fresh from the renova tion, with or without board; 2 blocks from university. Auto 4515. 12-3t i , Lost Phi Rho Sigma pin, between Nebraska hall and Mcch. ArtB hall, Monday forenoon. Roturn to Nobras kan ofTlco for roward. 12-3t Lost Fountain pen, plain black, two gold rims. Finder roturn to Nobras kan ofllce for reward. 12-.lt Lost Watmnn No. 14 mottled fountain pen, betweon 17th and Q and 12th and R. Return to Nehraskun of fice. Reward. 12-St Ix)st Party finding plumb bob in drive near E. E. lab. please return to J. N. Bridgemnn, room 201! Mcch. Arts. 12-3t Educational. Learn Wireless and R. R. Telegra phy. Shortago of fully 10,000 operat ors on account of 7-hour law and ex tensivo "wireless' developments. Wo oporato under direct supervision of telegraph officials and positively place all students, when qualified. Write for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst., Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis, Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port- land, Ore. tf 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. Notice. Tho Press club will meet in room 314, the Junior law room, Thursday at 11 a. m. Important business to transact. w0 clean anything from the damtest Chiffon to the hcav- iest Suit or Overcoat, now is the time Havo your clotheB pressed at Web er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tf Any make of typewriter with golden oak typewriter table, $G for 3 months, Lincoln' Typewriter Exchange. tf $6 Tents any make of typewriter with stand for three, months. Ront applied if machine is purchased. Lin coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No. 11th. Richards block. You pass our store every day. tf It seems that rod headed people make good yollloadors. If you don't boliove It, look! "Rod" Parker leads at Wisconsin, "Red" Allstrand at Ames and "Red" Anderson at Iowa. ' This year Simpson collego opens with a considerably changed staff and and newly elected president, Dr. F. L. Strickland, at, its head. -"KING COLE" the new last for men. Its a very high broad toe in tan button. $4.00 Look in the Window YATES -FRENCH CO. 1220 o street Y. M. C. A. WANTS 1000 IB BIG CAMPAIGN FOR LARGE MEM BERSHIP 18 LAUNCHED, TWO DAYS ALLOWED FOR WORK WILL F0RBE8 HA8 CHARGE OF COMMITTEE TO GET MEN. Record Kept on ClockMembers Be Tagged Nebraska to Be First In List. to Ja8t night at a -big "feed" In the Templo building tho annual member ship campaign for now Y. M. C. A. mombors was Inaugurated. TIi'Ib wuh tho initial "openor" In tho two days' whirlwind campaign that is lo take placo today and tomorrow. Mr. Mayno of tho city association spoke a few words, as did several otliurs, both of tho alumni and student body. The Goal. The goal this year Is to bo 1,000 members, and indications point to u realization of those figures. Between 100 and 150 men undor tho loadershlp of Will Forbes aro to bo actlvoiy en gfigi'd in attaining this largo member ship for the collego association. Among these aro many prominont mon, as "Jack" Templo, Ray Rice, Ralph Weaverllng, Walter Chauncr and Sidney Collins. Two years ago tho Nebraska Y. M. C. A. stood sixtli in tho list of tho colleges and universities of "North America. Last year tho nosition had been changed to third place, and this year tho hopes arc hold that 'Nebras ka may lead the list. The plan of tho committee in charge is to Interview every man on tho campus. This Is Very llkqly to lie accomplished as all departments in school are represented In the work On consenting to Join a Y. M. C. A. button Is given tho now member, and lie is thus rendered immune from fur ther attacks. A clock on thu Temple building will give up to date accounts of how the campaign is progressing. More Entertainments! Tho Y. M. C. A. has hold several entertainments so far this fall, and havo saveral moro to follow. R. F. Curtis, chairman of tho social commit tee, is planning somo unique stunts. In addition to this an employment bureau 1b maintained by tho associa tion which Is of great aid In helping self-sustaining students. Tho studen' hand-book is also gotten out and dlB- tMiutod freo of charge to overy ono desiring it. By Its activity tho Y. M. C. A. has shown llsolf worthy the loyal support of ovory -Nebraska man. Tho mem bership fee is ?l for the year. Thlp entitles the member not only to the privileges of the university Y. M. C. A. but also to stop-over advantages in tho city associations of the country GREEKS GET SEVENTY-FOUR Continuod from Pugo 1 Anderson, -Genoa; Rqgor McCullough, Omaha. Phi Gamma Delta George Racoly, Ponder; Merrill Rohrbaugh, Omaha; Earl Sage, South Omaha; Herbort Bushnell, Lincoln; Will Long, Buffalo, Wyo.; Clydo Rau, Lincoln;, Clay H. Thomas, Council Bluffs, la.; Bayard Griffen, Tekamah; Sam Grltten, Te karaah; Donald. Wood, Lincoln; George Packard, Denver, Colo. Phi Kappa PsI R. Vance, Crete; Ben Harrison, Plattsmouth; Lynn DriBcoll, Boise, Idaho'; Hlrd Strykor, South Omaha; George Sieraan, Den lson, la.; O. F. Field, Lowell, 'Mass.;' Hugh Mills, Omaha. Sigma Alpha Epsllon Carl Ar tor burn, Lincoln; John Freeman, Kear ney; John Beachley, Lincoln; Bruco Emely, Wlsnor; Paul Harrington, Waytoo; Loo Peterson, Albert Loa, Minn.; William Wid'enor, Lincoln;! Work Called'For and Delivered Students Worka SfaqlaKy VW incisor Suitorlum . ppon Saturday, Night All Night j ' ' WOLFE ; iffijgKG Suiti C etatd and Prated $1.25 Ffl QOe .'.. . Atrto4728 ,, BVa l t Ever Think About it It'll pay you to. -' It's tho thing that makes or breaks it proves tailoring. Kensington Cloth os fit and stay fit. .rtft Till every thread is tbrejid bnro they'll nf-as thejr'.did ; tho day the tailor mado ttfejfri. Then notico too. the.;Btylo and fabric and it'll always bo a Konsington for you. .',... $20.00 to $40.00. ;,; MAGEE & DEEMER nop O Street &ymri BEES w Herpolsheimer's Cafe Dinner 11:30 to Ji30 OBA. Supper 5(30 to 7(30 96. ALSO GAFETERIAH STYLE Hot Waflis with Hipli Syrup lOo Warthon's S2.S0 Shoe Store and the Original Elect ric Shoe Repair Factory 142 No. 12th S . ' Sl'tl- w - ,' ' 'V ', UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OrTlCIAN C. A. Tucker JEWELER S. S. Shean OPTICIAN 1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FWBf Your Patronage Solicited' - Hot Drinks aro now in season Do ymrjmow" any placo where you can get ao., QVICK-SERVldfi as yoa-can'at our now store?' No need of. bolng crowded.,, , .. Lincoln Caiidy Kitchen 14th & S. W. Comer David Beokor, Imperial; Eari.'$H!tpn, David City." . " " 4 BIgmd lOhiGeorgo Dpvoy'Platta mouth; Wayno DicksoHj PJattamonth; Rex Fuller, Emerson; Jlaary Vaaghn, Deodwood, 8. D.; R!cfcrd Norvol, So ward: Harry Cummiags; Seward; Gorald Woodruff, Lincoln' J " ', Sigma NuPiodgeg not ajJWWMWd. j9tf Tf ; -I y - -, 1 . 1 s '! w K vl - H ' .. ". .f fX v .,. 3.t& . .n "c t" t-i 'rf. v 1 "ii L.'Cf'VU-. lA - ' '