The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 20, 1911, Image 3
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN V THE LAST MU8ICAL ATTRACTION AT THE OLIVER FOR TWO WEEK8 ON THE CAMPUS Classified Column T" 'I Y ( y r 4 N cl ' 'U-1'T 'V ' I l Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th. The Temple high school will Rive n party tonight In the Temple. Capital Hotel Barber Shop, 11 & P. Ben CherrinBton, 1011, leaves today for Omaha, to visit his parents for the wetk's end. Don Cameron's Cafe, 110 So. 12th. The Delta Tau Delta fraternity will give a house party tomorrow evening at their chapter house. Have your clothes pressed at Web er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tr The Kappa Sigma fraternity will en tertain at u dancing party tomorrow evening at Fraternity hall. ( Green's Sanltnry Barber Shop, 120 No. 11th. The Palhullan Literary society will meet tonight in the Temple. Election of ofllcerB will follow the program. Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa, 13th and P streets. Prof. E. II. .Barbour of the geology department has been asked to deliver a set of lectures at Yale university this winter. George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth street. Printers. Calling Cards, In vites and Programs. $ (r The Agricultural club will meet to morrow evening at 8 o'clock In science -halL-of-tho Temple. Proteflaar-ilaeckex will speak on he "Recent Movement In American Dairying." An important business meeting and election of of ficers will follow. Don t Neglect Your Eyes See HALLETT, Registered Optometrist No Drugs Used Results Guaranteed Established 1871 1143 O Street Hlltner Bros., Florists. 118 So. 12U1 St. Phones Auto 1894, Bell 330. Chojce roses, carnations and chrysanthemums. We solicit the university trade. Vern C. Culver, 1010, is in Lincoln attending the corn shdw. Mr. Culver Is located near Albion, Neb., where he is conducting a dairy farm. O D The Lincoln Typewriter Exchange has moved Into its new quarters at 140G 0 St., where they are ready to show all makes of typewriters with stands. tf a t t, The Kearney club will meet tomor row evening at the homo of Jlr. ami Mrs. Reinsch, 309 North Twenty-fourth street. ' Wanted Forty Cornhuslcers al Townsend's every day this month. T.Th.S.-tf More Antelopes Gunmetal Button or Blucher How they sell,! 1220 O Advertisements for this column should be left at the business office, 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 Sale Due bill on leading pho tographer In Lincoln. See Nebraskan manager, tf Educational. Learn WirelesB and R. It. Telegra ph'. Shortago of fully 10,000 operat ors on account of 7-hour law and ex tensive "wireless" developments. Wo operate under direct Buporvislon of telegraph offlcIalB 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 For Rent. For Rent Newly furnished, steam heated room, within four blocks of university. Price reasonable. Apply to Nebraskan manager. 72-fit Louis M. Allen, '00, Ib an assistant in Beed testing, U. S. ropartment of agriculture, and 1b stationed at 726 Fulton ttve., Baltimore, Md. Fred Greer Harden. '07, is scientitlc assistant in irrigation investigation, IT. S. department of agriculture, Wash ington, D. ('. Gilmore MacDonald, '07,"viib recent ly made head of the forestry depart ment at the AmcB (la.) agricultural college. Investigate the nifty photos at Blazek's studio, 130G O street. The only ones In tho city like them. tf Fourteen boxes of about one thou sand species of plants have just been received by tho botany department. Three boxes pine from Arizona, three contain sea weeds from the east, four contain iuusscb from Canada, and two are filled with Colorado plants. One box of fungi Is from West Australia. NOTICE. A meeting of the members of the class of 1911 who will receive their degrees February 15, will be held this afternoon at 5-o'clock in U106. Notice. The junior pla.y cast and committee will meet in U10(5 today. Each mem ber Is requested to bo present. HENRY F. WUNDER, Cholrman. Street. MISS TEXA8 GUINAN With an Ensemble of 50 Comes to trie OLIVER FRI., SAT. &. 8AT. MAT. JANUARY 20-21 IN "THE KI88ING GIRL" A musical comedy of great strongth Ih "Tho Kls8lngGlrl," by StniiiBlauH Stange Both author and compoHor hnve much to their credit. Mr. Stango has suplled tho widely dlvorgont cleverness of Lulu Glaaor, Lillian Russell, Frltzl SchofT, and Mine. Schuman-Holnk with books and lyrics that proved successful. Mr. Van Tll zer has caught populur fancy in a set of Jingles with horo and there com positions of sterling merit and have pleased the best of musical intellect. It Is a combination of talent that bhould bring forward a lighter iuub leal work of much excellence. The Cort Thoatre Company promises a production of surpassing beauty, with the entire original production as used in the Chicago presentation during its long run there. In tho selection of principals for "The Kissing (Jlrl"ihy lnrvehovm-rgrent-dlscTlminntlon7-for the locale of tho opera's romance lies on the boundary line of Austria and Bohemia which calls for adroit dia lect interpretations. Tho title role will go to Texna Oulnan with Tom Whiffen as a comedy foil. The caBt also includes Louis London, Hurry ifermsen, Venita and Ida Fitzhugh. G. L. Fenlon, '08, Is a toacher In tho Trlnldnd, Colo., schools. He was for merly principal of bcIiooIb at Folsom, N. .M. D Roy T. Johnson, '08, Is an attorney at Julesburg, Colo. Ruth Barneby, '09, is principal of schools at Fllley. The First Trust and Savings Bank A PER CENT INTEREST A C $1 open an account 130 South Utb Strcot. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 12th and O Streets P. L. HALL. President V. B. JOHNSON. Vlce-prealdent BfDMAN C. FOX, Cashlor W. W. HACKNEY, JR., Aast, Cash. Take Your Girl To 13th and N B ( S m t M ZjyB L-t&PL TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES .Rent 'applied onpurchaul M.MM. TTxacJ50LDorREMTeD prfce fwo year wrlttoK vi u t. L iv x r , , guarantee with every m wuiejgwi, riiBngurore aiw I Tall nmn Ti mlalnnn a1 TStll or write for catalogu and Swciai price list. uto phone 2080. Bell phone 1299. You can't pick a lomon from our hut treeonly latest styles grow there. Our clearance sale has left a few odd lots in furnishings. Hero are the savings: $1.50 shirts at 95c. $1.00 shirts at 05c 75c Lamhsdotvn shirts and drawers 55c. 20 off on all flannel shirts. '20 off on all caps. MAGEE & DEEMER 1109 O Street Oliver Theatre TONIGHT, SAT. &. 8AT. MAT. John P. Slocum's Comic Opera From the Cort Theatre, Chicago "THE KISSING GIRL" With Texas Gulnan and 50 Others MaT.725c to $1.1)0. Nlghtr50c-to-$ r-,00- MON Dr. ROLLER VS. GION I lUPni M MATINEES (Bxccpf Monday) 3:30 LlnuULn evrjNiNos at ho ORPHEUM iEi$ ADVANCED VAUDVILLE Week Starting Monday, Jan. ,16th "Fire Commissioner" Alexander & Ccott Six Kauffmanns Lee Lloyd The MIsgob Milch Allen Wightman Mats 15c and 25c Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c vvw Mfl KHRjTi IF IT'SPPIMTIMRYOU WANT Boo TJa Before Ordering Elsowher Programs, Menus, Announce ments,, Stationery, Booklets VANTINE PRINTING CO. 128-180 No 14th St. Harpplsheimer's Caft Dinner Jh30 to Ji30 OK Supper 5:30 (0 7:30 OG ALSO CAFETERIAS STYLE Nit Waflts with M11J1 Syrup I0 Moajymith & JBrog. yigibk. - , ,., B. F. SWANS0N CO., Inc. 113 So. 13th St Lhjcab Nsbr.