The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 02, 1910, Image 3
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN K i r - - r I ! , r StWV ON THE CAMPUS Capital Hotel" Barber Shop, 11 & P. H. W. Coulter, 1911, has been 111 for several days. GET YOUR TICKET FOR THE CORNHU8KER BANQUET NOW. Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th. James A, Ayors, '10, is a student at McCormlck theological somlnary In Chicago. GET YOUR TICKET FOR THE CORNHU8KER BANQUET NOW. Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th. Tuesday was Omaha day at the art oxhiblt. Tho library building was crowded with visitors all day. GET YOUR TICKET FOR THE CORNHU8KER BANQUET NOW. Tho monthly meeting of the advis ory committee of tho Y. W. C. A. will bo held tomorrow afternoon .at 1 o'clock. Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120 No. 11th. CORNHU8KER BANQUET TICK ET8 ON 8ALE AT "RAG" OFFICE. Phi Alpha Tau will give a banquot to tho Wisconsin team Friday evening Immediately after tho debate at the Lincoln. Tho judges of tho debate and several faculty members will also bo guests. I SPECIAL U. OFN. Brooches, Fobs, Rings "Soo Our Monogram ordor $1.00 por box. Established 187 1 HALLETT, Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa, 13th and P streets. (Benjamin Benson, ex-1911, Phi Delta Thota, has charge of a survey ing party in Florida. CORNHU8KER BANQUET TICK- ET8 ON 8ALE AT "RAG" OFFICE. Havo your clothos pressed at Web er's Sultorium, Elovonth and O. tf Robert Ashby, formerly an instruc tor in tho collego of agriculture, was married on last Saturday to Miss Marguorltte Waldorf of Western. The couple will rosldo at Pullman, Wash ington, whoro Mr. Asliby is omployed aa a professor in tho Washington state agricultural college. Hiltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12tfi St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Choice roses, carnations and cHrysanthemums. WJe solicit tho university trade. George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth street, Printers. Calling Cards, In vites and Programs. Phi Delta Phi held its initiation at tho D. U. houBo Tuesday evening:. A banquet was later given at tho Lin-' dell hotel. Every Girl should know that the most stylish shoes in town are ' here for $3.00 a pair. Satin, Velvet and all the latest styles 33.00 YATlES-PRENCH GO- r , JgJ2Q O Street. SPIRIT 13 PUT TO A TEST Continuod from Pago 1 II I ! t yond tho comprehension of tho aver age university student It Is a ques tion now paramount among tho so cial and economic conditions of tho country; llkowlso one. that .needs ad judication in the near future. It is a problem confronting both labor unionB and capitalists, and one woll worth the consideration of ovory Nobrnska student. Must Have 8upport. Tho management of tho dobato an nounce that a good many reservations havo been made, but that to assure flnnacial success the students would have to rally to tKoir support tonight. No reservation has been requested for Lincoln high school as yet, although one is usually forthcoming from this source. 4flBd Fremont and Bea trice highlc&ols have already been granted reserves. Immediately following tho debate tomorrow night Phi Alpha Tau will banquet the judgCB of tho debate and the mombors and coach of tho Wis consin team at tho Lincoln hotel. Full arrangements of this banquot havo not been announced, but it 1b oxpected that tho telegram from tho Nebraska team at Urbana, 111., giving tho results of that dobato .will bo one of tho leading foatures. Nothing has been heard from Pro fessor Fogg and his cohorts who in vaded Illinois, but they woro duo to arrive In Urbana yesterday afternoon, similar to tho arrangements adopted by tho Wisconsin team on tholr visit to Lincoln. No predictions will prob ably bo made from the other end of tho lino regarding the degree of suc cess expected. and Spoons $1.00 to (fl.OO atationory - Stampert RT Uni Jeweler 1 1 4 3 O Street Mark Stolnhart, 1912, Phi Kappa Psi, was in Nebraska City tho early part of this week, where ho acted sb best man at his brother's wedding. Mrs. Emma Byers, executive socro tary ot tho Y. W. C. A. for this terri tory, will visit the local association Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Byers will speak today at tho noon meeting of tho Y. W. C. A. Edward Vance Cooke, poet-philosopher of Cleveland, will bo the speaker at tho men's meeting Sunday after noon at tho Oliver theater. Tho Suri day afternoon meetings are- hold un der tho auspices of tho city Y. M. C. A., assisted by tho collego Y. M. C. A. A great many university men attend thoBo meetings. Professor Fosslor has received a largo number of the Gorman peri odicals published In Chicago, entitled "Aub Nah und Fern." It is very good, and has excited much favorable com ment. Professor Fossler thus encour aged tho enterprise: "Aus Nah und Fern is a fine little periodical. I shall tako -ploasure in bringing to the attention of tho Gorman section of our statp teachers' association. Your un dertaking deserves tho cordial support of teachers of Gorman." COMING EVENTS Convocation. At convocation on Tuesday, Decem ber G, Mrs. Emma Booso Tucker, M. D., an alumna of tho Univorslty of Nebraska, will lecturo on "Tho New China." Organizations. The Tegnor socloty will moot Satur day evening in room 30C of Agricul tural hall at tho "farm." Subject: "ProhlBtorlcal Sweden." Art Exhibit. Tho Nobraska art oxhiblt will not closo on Monday, as had been an nounced. It will bo opon until Thurs day, December 8. Social. Tho Y. W. C. A. will have a member ship banquot Saturday, December JJ, at St. Paul'B church. Debate. Friday, December 2, Wisconsin-Nebraska debate, Memorial hall, 8 o'clock. At the samo time tho Ml-nolB-Nobrusku dobato will be held at Urbana. Cornhusker Banquet. CornhuBkor banquot will bo held on Saturday, Dccombcr 3, at the Lincoln hotel. Tickets, $1.00. Classified Column basement Administration building, be tween 1 1a. 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 cents. For Rent. The entirely redecorated hall in the now Wilkinson block, Sixteenth and Or Is-Maw-rontGd-only-for-colloge-and- othor select dancing parties. For dates see Rees Wilkinson, 122 North Eleventh. Auto 1217. tf $6 rents any make of typewriter with stand for three months. Rent applied It machine is purchased. Lin coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No. 11th. Richards block. You pasB our storo ovory day. tt For Rent Furnished rooms. $5 and $6 per month. 510 No. 14th. Boll A2217. 44-6t Educational. Learn Wireless and R. R. Telegra phy. Shortage of fully 10.000 operat ors on account of 7-hour law and ex tensive "wireless" developments. We operate under direct supervision of telegraph omclalB and positively place all students, when qualified. Write for catalogu. Nat'l Telegraph Inst., Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis, Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port land, Ore. tf LOST. Lost A mottled Waterman fountain pen, with rubber holder, Finder ipleaso return to Nebroskan offlco. 47-3t Lost Mooro's non-leakablo foun tain pen, small size. Reward for re turn to Nobraskan office. 47-3t LoBt Lady's gold watch and fob, between 16th and 13th on R street, Tuesday morning. Reward for return to Nebraslcon ofllce. 47-2t Lost An Engineering society pin, on campuB. Return to Rag ofllco. 45-8t FOUND. Found "Rex" automatic fountain pen. Owner may obtain at NobraBkan ofllco by identification and payment of charges. 4G-3t WANTED. Wonted Wo have agood proposi tion to make to some live hustler for tho next four school years. J. C. Wood & Co. 44-5t First class- board-for- students. 331 No. '18th. 45-lw The Cravenette Coat Is the Great Utility Coat Equally good rain or shine. Warm enough for tho cold est day. Cool enough for the warm est day. For4ho man with a careful pocketbook its just tho coat. It fills every need always correct. Good coats as cheap as $12.50 coats that we can guarantee. MAGEE & DEEMER 1109 O Street Oliver Theatre 8AT. MAT., AND NIGHT, DEC. 3. Return Engagements of GEORGE ADE'S COMEDY "Just Out of College" Mat. 50c and 25c Night $1.00 to 25c Dec78-9f-Thursday and-Friday; "Silver Threads," with Richard J. Jose. I IllPni U MATINEES (Except Monday) 3130 UII1UUI.I1 UVUNINUS 1 BVENINOS AT t30 ORPHEUM mi rim m inuAuncn viiinvi c AUTOMATIC 1521 J. C. Nubent &. Co, Waterbury Bros, & Tenny The Five Alphas Arthur Bowen Lane A O'Donnell The Two Racketts "Savoi' Mats. 15c and 25c - Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 60c KIB SHH 3M3S Herpolsheimer's Gaft - Dinneff Ji30 to Jt30OKS " Supper 5i30 to 7i30 UG ALSO GAFETERIAN STYLE Mat Waf lit with. Mills Syrup I0t Warthon's $2.50 Shoe Store and the Original Elect ric Shoe Repair Factory 142 No. 12th St.