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THE DAILY NEBBA8KAN
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Graco Rlchards,,'ll, visited In Ash
land over Saturday.
Capital Hotel Bar.bor Shop 11 &,P.
Alpha Theta Chi has pledged Arthur
Hlltner and W. H. Fowlcs.
Have your .clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorium. Eleventh and.O. tZ
Phi plAha Tau will meet in science
hall of tho Temple building tonight at
7 o'clock sharp.
Good things to cat, "Why" Res
taurant, 133 No. 12th St. 85-4t
The! Agricultural club held its an
nual dance ot tho season at the Tern
pie Friday evening.
, Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Frences .Nolan, Bernlco White,
Gladys Siinpkins and Edna Event)
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Saturday morning Chi Omega gave
a dancing party for Paulino Kllllan
and Anna Radcllffe of Sidney.
.GeorgeBcos., 2,13 -South Thirteenth-
street. Printers. Calling CardB, .In
vites and Programs.
Fred Cowlee, president of tho Zolta
province of Phi Delta Theta, was In
attendance at the initiation banquet
Hlltner Bros., FlorlBts, 118 So. 12tD
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Choice
rosea, carnations and chrysanthemums.
Wo solicit tho university trade.
Learn' touch typewriting without
going to commercial school. Wo fur
nish unlvprslty students with a com-pleto-comWin-touclrtypowritlng-Tnd
rent you any make of typewriter, three
months for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 140C O street. tf
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
soft hats in browns,
$2.50 to $5.00
The freshmen will meet next Thurs
day morning after convocation to elect
a vice-president, secretary, treasurer
Bets Theta PI," Phi Delta Theta,
Delta Up&Ilon. Delta Gamma, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, and Phi Beta PI held
their anmfttl Initiations last week.
Wllliahi Allen White of Emporia,
Kan., who is to bo the commencement
orator, has wrltton to Chancellor
Avery giving tho subject of his ad
dress. Ho will discuss "The Educa
tion of a Democracy."
Beta Theta PI fraternity held an In
itiation Saturday at tho chapter
hotiBe. Nino mon initiated were Wil
liam Lewis, William Brown, K. S.
Wherry, Walter Wilson, Ralph Launs
berry, Lawrence Robinson, Richard
Meyer and Samuel. Starrett.
Tho university authorities are con
sidering tho installation of steel cases
vfor the university herbarium. At tho
The new "Chick" Last patent leather
cloth top button shoe in the window
present time there are only two
herbaria In the country having them,
the natlonnl herbarium at Washing
ton and tho herbarium at tho Now
York botanical gardens. It is prob
able that the Bteel cases will bo se
cured, because of the greater 'protec
tion they afford in case of Are.
Chi Omega hold' its annual banquet
at the Lincoln Saturday. Out of town
guests present were Kathorlno Little,
Fullerton; Edith Forrest, Aurora; Nell
Blodgett, Harvard; Nina Warren, Clay
Center; Farls Whithara, Fairfield;
Caroline Stettor. Valentino; Allle Fur
long, Auburn; Harriet Radcllffe, Sid
ney; Mrs. McNamer, Chicago; Mrs.
Zentmeycr, North Platte; Edith Pat
terson, North Plattp; Mary Piper,
Lyons; Mrs. Rlvett, Omaha, and Mrs.
Notlco 1b hereby glvon that any sub
scrlber, who was a subscriber last
'seme'ster and who has not re-sub-
scribed this somester and desires to
discontinue, must notify tho manager
on or beforo March 1st; otherwise his
copies will continuo to be Bent to Sta
tion A and ho will be charged with
the same. Failure to take his papers
from Station A will not constitute such
notice. If these subscribers will act
accordingly tho management will be
-saved considerable expense and trou
SENIOR ELECTION TODAY.
Rumor that Forces Are-Lined Up for
A meeting of the senior class will
be jield in Mcmorinl hall this morning
for the purpose of electing the Ivy day
orator and the minor class ofllcers.
Last week several had annoljnced'thelr
Intentions to contest for the orator
ship. Itwls rumored that several of
these men havc-wlthdrawn and arc-
lining up their forces to support one
candidate. This move, it is claimed,
originated among the intercollegiate
The latest Spring
debaters. The election will probably
noi ue so ciose its was expected hu
oral days ago.
Temple High School .Honors Its De
Yesterday Tnornlng the Temple
high Bchool held a rally In honor of
die' debating team which obtained a
two to one decision over University
Place high school Friday evening.
Those called on for speeches were
Dean Fordyce, Coach Powers and
members of tho team.
A Nevv York university graduate
with the class of 'G7, has received the
gold medal of the National Institute
of Ar(a and Letters.
Bible study at Pennsylvania- onrollB
725 in its list.
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. rri.
Want ads will positively not be in
serted unless paid in advance, at the
rato 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 Duo bill on loading pho
tographer In Lincoln. See Nebraskan
For Sale A good kitchen range:
i-noarly-new; nhonp, Hnn Nnhrnslmn
For Sale -Thoroughly modern 12
room house, Bultoblo for fratornlty or
sorority, at 1420 R street. Auto 4539.
For Rent From April 1st, 12-room
houBo at 1426 R street. Enquire 1420
R street. Auto 4639. 90-3t
TOR RteNT To glrlB, rooms' at 1430
R St. Bell phono F-1250.
Lost A fountain pen, in chemistry
lab., Friday afternoon. Return to Ne
braskan office. 90-3t
LOST A gentleman's gold watch,
hunting case, in M. E. locker room.
Return to Nebraskan offlco. Roward.
Lost Sigma Nu fraternity pin,
with Initials "E. P. S." on back. Re-
Found' A gold bead necklace, at
tho Co-Op Book Store. Owner may
have same by calling at Co-Op and
Identifying. , '91-31
FOUND Lady's pufso at corner of
R and 13th street ''Friday. Owner may
have same bjldentlfylng and paying
for this ad.x'Call at Pol. Econ. Dopt.,
11:15 aynf. , 92-3t.
Found Near Temple, ribbon vVatch
fob; Owner may havo same by Iden
tifying and paying for .this ad. 92-tf.
Y. M. C. A. ELECTION.
Nominating Committee Selects Men
Tho nominating committee of tho Y.
M. O. A., which is composed of the
senior members, met last Saturday
and nominated ofllcers for the coming
year. The following mon were nom
inated: Guy Klddoo and Dave ItogerB,
for president; Owen Frank and Ran
dall Curtis, for vice-president, and
William Forbes and Clarence Clark,
for recording secretary. The election
will be held next Thursday and tho
Australian ballot system will be used.
AH active members are urged to make
It a point to cast tholr vote. This
should bo easy, as tho polls will be
open from 8 a. m. till 6:30 p. m.
The iresldeut-elect will have thfe
power to appoint his entire cabinet.
ThiB election will take- effect AptII 1.
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
Yovr Ftronac Sdktts
Our Best Salesman
needs only to show you our
now spring duds.
Ho doesn't need to talk
uboufe them they spoiilt-for--themselves.
'Tho liowost Shirts'our own
$1 and $1.50
The famous non-fadablo
$1.50 to $3 "'.
-Not only tho wind.ows but
the wh'olo 'store' is .filled '.with
spring stylo suggestions.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Streot
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT AT 8:15
In "THE INFERIOR SEX"
House All Sold Out but Gallery 50c
Wed. Mat. and Night, March 1
"QUEEN OF THE HIGHWAY"
Mat., 25c Night, 25c, 35c, 50c, V6c
March 2MAY ROB8QN
Kara advanced vaudviue
Chas. Leonard Fletcher &. Co.
Melvlle & Hlgglns
Hlbbert & Warren
Robert DeMont Trio
Dorothy Kenton "
THe Two 'Ahjbergs
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
ELITE NO. 2. ' ;
The Best and latest photo plays
shown in the city. Change of pro
gram Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
L Y RIO
Beginning Monday EvenIng;Fe. Z7'
THE MM FROM HEXICt
Mats. Wed. and Sat. 15c and; 25c;
Nights at 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, ' 50c
(Jet Free.Peaaant with ceapas
freai JobaMA'a Flat Ca4y. '
1220 O Street.
13tfe and O Sir.
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