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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1910)
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Capital Hotel Barber Shopll & P.
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The Beta Thota PI fraternity held a
hbuso party Friday night at tholr clp-
Don, Cameron's Cafo, 119 So. 12th.
.Tho university cadet band hold a
stacker at tho Delta Chi fraternity"
house Thursday evening. :
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Ohapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
'Friday afternoon the Mathematical
Seminar-met. In M302. Miss 'Bennett
apokeron.thesutyect of "Certain Prim
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. Don't miss tho "Vy-Jestlc. County
Fair, Sat, .Nov. 19. , .. 40-2t
Friday afternoon tho last university
. girls' tea was- hold In Memorial hall.
The Silver, Serpents had charge of the
affair.' ' : -' w
fHavo your clothoB pressed at Web
er,'s Sultorlum, Eleventh and JO. tf
k Tho Union Literary society mot last
night In tho .Temple. Several new
members wore I initiated at this moot
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?! Green's Sanitary iBarbor Shop, 120
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See Mile. Plorrotte, Premier
panseuso, at tho W-Jestic. County
FWMHSHER AND HATTER Vs .
13 2.5 O STREET
6ompany-D oi tho university cadets
waVehtertalncd by tho non-commls-sioadd
ofllcbrsof that company at tho
Phl Kappa Psl fraternity Thursday
"Try a lunch at tho Y.M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
' "Doko" Drake, 1909, visited In Lin
coin tho first part of this wqek. ,'Mr.
Drake is ongaged in business in Bea
trice. Neb. v
Gcorgo Bros.t 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
' Tio 'Delta Tnu DolCa freshmen will
entertain at a house party Saturday
night. One freshman from each fra
ternity, has been invited to attend Urn
Tho Vikings met at the Delta Tau
Delta fraternity house Thursday even
ing to discuss plans for a series ot
dances to bo hold during tho school
year. Tho flrsjt danco will tako place
IF YOULGOTKICKED QUT
or if you did'nt and want
a paying job see me
DEE EICHE, 201 Richards Block. Office Hours 1 to 5 p. m.
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PROfc EMERSON TO SPEAK....
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First Meeting ef Sigma, XI Will Be
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The flfst meeting of-'SIgma XI. for
tho year will be hold Monday, Novem
ber 21, at agricultural hall at the
stato farm, at 8 p. m. Prof. R. A. Em
erson will glvo a paper on "Tho Prog
ress of tho Year In the Study of
Heredity," In which he will discuss
what han been occomplished In tho
lino of eeloctlon. of fluctuation, within
rtiro llncjfi. KegroKutlon If the case o?
blended Inheritance ami genetic corre
lations, and possibly .something of sex
limited inheritance. This -will be fol
lowed by an. examination of exhibit?
of hybrid corn, beans, gourd, balsams;
snap-dragons, etc., with demonstra
tions by Professors Howard and Westv-'
gate and Mossra MofMnnn and Herm
inghaus. This 'mooting Is nn ibpon
meeting, to which tho ubllo is cor
dially invited. Prof.- Emerson has
dono a groat deal of work In this lino
and can speak with, authority; and at
,the samo tlmo those who havo heard
previous papers Jjy him on this sub
ject know that ho Is able to present
tho matter In such a way as to make,
it plain to those whoso knowledge of
tho subject Is limited. Tho demon
strations' wilL also onablo thosb who
attend to undorstarid''clcarly tho status
of our present knowledge In tho field
of heredity, which Is a field In which
ovoryono Is moro or loss Interested. '
"Olo" Metcalfe entertained tho
junior law class Thursday evening at
a smoker at' his homo near Collcgo
View. Tho committeo from tho junldr
law class which had chargo of tho af
fair was Gfrlswold, Swltzlo, Williams,
Owen and Jones.
We have just what you .B WlS
want in underwear. It ' jL
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Hiltnor Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12tB
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
Wo solicit tho university trade.
Class will moot in U7 Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock for a trip through
tho museum. . .
G. m CONDRA. '
A meeting of tho Engineering soci
ety will bo held Tuesday evening, No
vember 22. at 7:30 In M. E. 200. Geo.
Campen will speak on tho subject of
Tho Catholic Students' club invites
all Catholic teachers to a party at
137 South Eleventh, Wednesday even
ing, November 23.
Tho honorary degree of doctor of
divinity was conferred last week by
Amherst upon tho RoV. Tasuka Har
ada, president ;of. DoBhlska unlverr
Your Coach: (
Old King Cole
Our Shoe: '
Old King Cole
See It in the Window,
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'should be left at the business office,
'basement Administration, building, be
tween l la. m. ana iz m., or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m. "
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rate of 10 cents per Insertion for,
every fifteen words or fraction there
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tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
For Sale Due bill on lending pho
tographer in Lincoln. Seo Nohrakan
manager. , tf
WantedWill, student who' took
coat and sweator vest from M; A.
room 205, during' flro pldaso return
samo? U J.'Townb, M. A. 205.' '40-lt
For Rent. '
Tho entirely redecorated hall in the
now Wilkinson block, Sixteenth and
O, 1b- now ronted only for college and
other select dancing parties. Fpr
da'tos sec Reos Wilkinson, 122 North
Eleventh. Auto 1217. tf
6 rents any make of typewriter
with stand for threo months. Rent
npplied if machino is purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter Exchango, 122 No.
11th. Richards block. You paBS our
storo every day. tf
Student representative of tho Ladles'
Homo Journal and Saturday Evoning
Post Ethel Graham, 424 W. 24lh,
Unl. Place, Nobr. Bell phono A9419.
Found A silver mosh purse, at cor
ner of 14th and R. Owner may obtain
samo by identification and payment of
Tutoring in Gorman. Especial at
tention paid to grammar, pronuncia
tion and vocabulary. Address Nebrns
kan "H." 39-3t
Loam Wireless and R. R. Telogra
phy. Shortage of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ex
tonBlvo "wireless" developments. Wo
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all Btudents, when- qualified. Write
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Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis,
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At a recent gleo and mandolin club
concert at Cornell tho entire house
was sold out In half an hour.
Photographs are the Most Appreciated
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Autumn neckwear -truly,
autumn in its cdloririg, arid
design 50c, and $1.00. "'" t
Gloves popular, cojors and
styles $1.50 .to $3,00, .-"
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With Guy Bates Post. J
Prices,, 51.50 to 50c.,
Monday Night, N9V4 21 .
'THE LOTTERY MAN"
Prices, 25c to S1.50. "'
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Week 8tartlng Monday, Nov., 14
"Back to Boston"
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Johnny Small and Sisters
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