The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 09, 1912, Image 3
THE DAILY. NEBRASKAN ABOUT PEOPLE AT THE THEATRES CLASSIFIED COLUMN FOUND ? , n ' u f &iJ!kt f I f i. w .W" " MIbb Celia Davis, 1912, went to Har vard, Nobr., Tuesday, to All a va cancy in the teaching force of the high school. Sho will have all tho Latin clasBOB loft by tho principal, who was called home by serious ill ness. MIbb Davis is registered in tho Teachers College, and taught Latin in tho Teachers College High School last semester. Waring L. Codington, a senior in the engineering college, left yesterday for Saschatawan, Canada, whero ho has a position with tho Canadian Pa cific railway as civil engineer. Friends of Roger V. Francis, 1915, who has been ill with pneumonia, will bo glad to learn that ho may re turn to school soon. Qeorgo BroB., export printers, en gravers and embossers, 13th and N. W. E. Gardner left for homo Friday. Ho expects to return next year. Miss Vorda Sanborn, '14, of Gretna, has been forced to withdraw from tho University because of tho serious illness of her mother. Miss Abbio Brick, an alumnus of tho University, class of 1905, died Tuesday in Denver, Colo. Miss Brick waB, for a couple of years, an assist ant in tho homo economics depart ment. Joe Slenklron, 1910, who has been visiting at the Delta Upsilon house this week, loft yesterday for his home in .Sioux City. C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St tf Miss Brma Nelson, 1915, and Mar Jorio Denton, 1915, have gono to Ne braska City to spend Sunday with tholr parents. Marjorio Kunkol, '12, and Helen Stanton, '12, will spend Saturday and Sunday In Omaha. Phi Rho Sigma will -entertan pledges faculty and city physicians at tho chapter houso Saturday ovoning. DoWitt Clinton Huntington, chan cellor omoritus of Nebraska Wosloy an university, author, minister, an'd a national roliglouB character, died sud denly from plura-pnoumonia Thurs day morning at his homo at Univer sity Place. Ho was 82 years of ago. Bo sure to remember tho Hampton Orchestra Club. Fraternity Bldg. Auto B-2011. CALENDAR. Friday, February 9. FroBhman Hop, Lincoln Hotel. Peru Club, Y. W. C. A. rooms. Komonsky Club, two plays, Temple. Medical Socioty. Election of officers . at 5 oclock. Wrestling tournament, 8 o'clock in tho Armory. Engineering Socioty, locturo on tho Panama Canal by George G. And erson, C. E. Illustrated Vesper services, 5 o'clock. Sigma Phi Epsilon houso dance. Saturday, February 10. Inter-fratornlty track meet. Gym nasium at 1:30. "Tho Trail," Temple at 8 o'clock. PI Beta Phi formal. GOGGLES, Sun .Glasses, Snow Glasses, Reading Glasses, Magnifying Glasses, Spectacles, Eyd Glasses, Opera Glasses, Field Glasses, Reducing Glasses. Everything in the Optical Line Here. Broken frames repaired and lenses replaced whilo yon wait. We've finished our in ventory and are squaed away for a new year's business. We are closing the most successful year in our his tory. We have . enjoyed the continued patronage of our friends at the same time making hordes of new ones. What does it mean? Simply that the pres tige of high grade mer chandise, handled by hon est methods and offered at honst prices, is irrist able. Just let this sink in then verify it by seeing for yourself. MAGEE & DEEMER Lincoln Aurora Red Oak Opheiians Elect Officers. At tho regular meeting of tho Ophel ian Literary society at tho Farm tho following officers were chosen: C. H. Smith, president; W. Coupland and E. Loseko, vice presidents; Miss Sims, secretary; J. E. Harding, treas urer; O. Lobors, critic; L. W. Thomp son, editor of tho Coyote; P. Aker and PI. Stubbo, sergeants at arms. All students should visit tho "Col lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North 12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop. Another Chance for "Cons." Tho registrar has set a re-examination for those who have been condi tioned in botany 1. It takes place Sat urday, February 17, at 2:00 p. m. In room 110 of Nebraska hall. Photography offers a most appro priate Easter greeting when made by Townsond. Studio, 226 So. 11th St. To Take Pictures Saturday. All class football teams must posi tively appear at Townsend's Saturday morning for pictures. Suits will bo furnished at tho photographer's. Roglstor with Thornburg's orches tra. Auto B-255G. Omaha Students to Dine. Tho University club of Omaha stu dents has sent out invitations to all Its members to atend Its first annual dinner, which will bo held on Lincoln's birthday. Weber Sultorlum,f 1100 O St. .ww.. 1 FOUND Moore's non-leakablo foun tain pen. Call Arnold, Auto 1509. L08T LOST A black gauntlot glovo, be tweon tho Chem. Lab. and Admlnia- - tration Hall. Return to tho Rag office. LOST A bunch of keys on Monday, January 30. Plcaso return to Rag ofllce. I I I - !! ..,. .-.j LOST Gold Swastika pin Monday al tornoon, probably in Chem lab Re turn to Rag office. LOST Two first-year French books. Kindly return to tho Rag office. W. F. Goodman. Weokly shipmonts of tho boat thoro is in chocolates. Huyler's Uhltman's Lowney's Atiearetti'e California violets frosh ovory day. Meier Drug Co. I3tli and O fSee us for your next job of printing. Personal supervison enables us to make each job please. 128 N. 14 St Uhcom-v tt February 9 Iprihtihc; vCOi &&1 $A 4 i Freshman Hop Tickets $1.25 HagensicK's Orchestra HARRY PORTER He Wants Your Patronage He sell all kinds of Station ery and School Supplies. 1123 O St., Yellow Front Bell 851 We serve the purest and best HOT and COLD RE FRESHMENTS in the city Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c 5e2htih Oliver Theatre TONIGHT, SAT. AND 8AT. MAT. In the Victor Herbert Comic Opera NAUGHTY MARIETTA Co. of 80. Augmented Orchestra. Night, $2 to 50c; Mat, $1.50 to 50o Monday Night, Feb, 12 THE GIRL FROM RECTOR'S LINCOLN MAT0vRriSI,'iCoy)J,','' ORPHEUM 'l;,',1,,",', ADVANCED VADDEVILLE Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 6th MR. & MR8. JACK M'GREEVY THOSE FOUR. ENTERTAINERS LANCTON-LUCIER CO. LE8 FRAED-NAD BOB AND TIP TRIO MIS8 BOBBIE GORDONE LOA DURBYELLE PRICE8 Matinees, 15c and 25c Nights, 15c, 25c, 36c and 50o THE INN. Look for the sign at 119 8o. 12th 8t. Most beautiful cafe In Lincoln and service the best, Quick's Orchestra noon and evening. Lincoln Hotel Auto 1857 The moment you put on clothes made to your meas ure, you see the vast differ ence between merchant tailored and ready made. Our way costs no more. Besure to see our linef irst. College Tailors College View, Nebraska Phone -4Q Huyler's Chocolates $1.00 Foutain Pens - $1.00 Safety Razor rsi wr L JSsWth. ctr'Jiycr ' I ;l ESTAILISHED 1871 11431 . HALLETT REGISTERED ITT8METRIST rj '