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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA
.j C. H. Froy, florlBt, 1133 O street.
f Students' Debating club met last
Chapln Bros., FlorlBts, 127 So. 13th.
The Pharmaceutical society will
hold a meeting today.
, Capital Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P.
Alpha Omlcron PI will hold Its an
nual party Friday evening.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. M
Don't (orget the Qleo club concert
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A.' Spa,
13th'ahdP Streets: "
The Chemistry club will meet In
Chemistry hall today.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
The Agricultural club will meet Sat
urday. - George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In-
yltes and Programs.
Kappa Alpha Theta will hold' a for
mal party Saturday.
Hiltner Bros., Florists. 118 So. 12ttt
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
We solicit the university trade.
Achoth will give its seebnd annual
banquet Saturday evening.
. Tegner society meets Saturday.
The English club will, meet Satur
Iron Sphinx will give an Informal at
the Temple tomorrow evening.
George Rushton, ex-' 12. of Omaha Is
attending the HarvarcThiw school.
Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu will hold
their annual banquets Friday evening.
Freshman class meeting in Memo
rial hall today at 11:30.
f' Young Men's
soft hats in browns,
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
$2.50 to $5.00
Carl Bumstead, ex-'ll, Ib taking a
dental course In tho University of
Harold Oreenaniger, '09, is located
at FlaHstaff, Ariz., where he has. been
in the forestry service.
Seniors in the forestry department
are preparing for the civil service ex
aminations which will "be given this
Reports from "Rhodesia" state that
all of the victims are rapidly recover
Ing and that peace relgnB at the
Tho Students' Debating club Is
asked to meet tomorrow In room 100
University hall, at 11 o'clock, to trans
act Important business.
Sem. Bot. will meet tonight for the
regular chapter session. E. L. Currier
will read a paper on the "Forest Re
gions of North America," and MIbs
Ruth Batoa will give a review of cur
The new "Chick" ,Laat rjatent leather
cloth top button shoe in the window
Roy O. Wade haB changed his loca
tlon to Woods Barber Shop, 1206 O
Professor Valgren of the political
economy department has an article in
the February Journal of Economics en
titled "Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance
J. A. Bumstead, a former studont In
the engineering ollege, has been ten
dered a position In the engineering
department of the state railway com
mission. Since leaving school Mr.
Bumstead Has been In the employ of
A now encyclopedia is being com
piled to which Dean Bessey will con
tribute on botanical subjects. Somo
of the other celebrated contributors
are David Starr Jordan of Lelajut
Stanford. University, Dr. Washlngtoa
Gladden and Dr. H. W. Wiley.
There will bo a meeting pf tho In-
terciasB ueoaung ooarci tins morn
ing at 11 o'clock in room 106 Univer
sity hall. Members of tho class teams
are Invited to meet with tho board.
Final arrangements for tho contests
will bo made at tho meeting today.
Learn touch typewriting without
going to commercial school. Wo fur
nish university students with a com
pleto course in touch typewriting and
rent you any make of typewriter, three
months for 6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 1406 O street. tf
Tho observatory was open to tho
public last evening from 7 till 10 to
allow tho uso of the telescope In see
ing tho Orion nebula. This is very
beautiful and one of the largest of
nebulae. Many people called and aHked
Professor Swezey to let them gaze at
the famous star.
Prof. R. J. Pool of the botany de
partment has completed a valuable
Hst-of- fungi-that -attach forest-trccsr
This compilation is probably the first
that has been made upon this subject,
and is considered very valuable. It
lists some 231 different kinds of
The latest Spring
The Students' Catholic club will
meet at Townsend's Saturday, March
4, at 2 p. m to have pictures taken
for the Cornhusker. 94-4t
The University of Missouri is to
have a new stadium. The work may
be layed out by the students of tho
school of engineering.
The German department has re
ceived a map of Europe depicting tho
distances of most of the cities from
each other, and tho cost of travel on
the continent first, second and third
classes. This Is a great help and con
venience to thoso who arc going
abroad. Manyi students who purposo
spending the summer in Europe have
been consulting the map and havo de
rived many helpful hints therefrom.
The map will be on exhibition in tho
ofllco of the department.
Advertisements for this column
should be left at tho 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 Duo bill on leading pho
tographer In Lincoln. See Nobraakan
manager. . tf
Foi Sale a good kitchen rango;
nearly now; cheap, Seo Nobraskan
FOR RENTTo girls, rooms at 1430
R St. Boll phono F-1256.
LOST A gontloman's gold watch,
hunting case, In M. E. locker room.
Return to Nebraskan office Reward.
Lost Sigma Nu fraternity pin,
with initials "E. P. S." on back. Re
turn to 1527 M street. Reward. 93-3t
Found .Near Tomplo, ribbon watch
fob. Owner may havo samo by Iden
tifying and paying for this ad. 92-tf.
RU38IA NOTICE8 NEBRA8KA.
Government Asks for Designs of New
Some time ago ProfeBBor Chase of
the department of agricultural en
gineering designed a draughting ap
paratus for determining tho draught
of high and low-wheeled wagons, wide
and narrow tires, difference of posi
tion of load on the wagon, difference
in grades, etc. Recently C. K. Shedd,
a graduate of the college of agricul
ture, wrote an artlclo describing this
apparatus, which was ipublished in
tho Journal of tho American Society of
Agricultural Engineers. This article
attracted tho attention of tho Russian
govomment, and Mr. Shpdd has been
requested by them to send a duplicate
copy of tho article, together with a
design of the apparatus.
The short course In agriculture at
Wisconsin has a larcer enrollment
this year than, ever before.
0ENTIUL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
T. It. HAUL., President
F. B. JOHN80N. VJce-preatdemt
BEMAN C. FOX. C"hlar
W. W. HACKNEV. 11: , ABSh
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Simmons the Printer
317 So. 12th
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
arc still a, long way oft' but
it. ifl noUtoo-oarly-foit-you-to-
bo getting your spring styjo
Lots of our spring Kensing
ton suits are now on display
a big variety of new mpaoja.
They not only look well in
tho windows but they will
look well on you.
They fit and stay fit.
Kensingtons are the perfect
clothes and wo invite you to
convince yourself of it by 'in
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT AT 8:15
"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"
Prices, 50c to $1.50
Tucs., Wed., March 6, 7, 8
Klaw & -Hanger's
DI7 M.U II D
Ore, $2.00 Bal. Sold Out Gal., 50c
I IUPDI U MATINEES (Except Monday) 3:30
LMuULn BVGNINOS AT 8:jlf
SURMa ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Chas. Leonard Fletcher & Co.
Melvlle &. Hlgglna
Hlbbert & Warren
Robert DeMont Trio
The Two Ahlbergs
Mats. 15c and 25s
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.
Beginning Monday Evening, Feb. 27
THE MAN FROM MEXICO
Mats. Wed. and 8at. 15c and-25o
Nights at 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
1220 O Street.
Oct Free Pennant with caupetu
from JoRMen'a Pine Candy.
Meier Drug Co.
13th and' O StreeU.
1123 STREET, YELLOW FM1T
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