The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 23, 1912, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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H. F. Chenowoth, ox-'14, is now at
tending school at Wesloyan. Ho 1b
preparing for tho ministry.
Dr. Bessey is preparing a paper oh
"Tho Content of High School Botany."
This paper, which will bo printed in
a very short time, will deal with bot
any as It should bo studied in tho high
schools.
Have Graves print It for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
Miss Florence Chapman, who for
merly attended the University, and
who was graduated from tho School
of Music last year, had tho honor of
being presented to President Taf t yes
terday. Sho was introduced to the
president by Senator Norrls Brown,
whoso eldest daughter she was visit
ing. Miss Chapman is studying music
in New York.
Guy Thompson, formerly of Kansas
University, attended the Miller-Moore
wedding in Kansas City and also
called on friends in Lawrence, Kan
sas, and Falls City, Nebraska.
George Bros., export printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N. "
Alpha Omlcron Pi announces tho
pledging of Allwlno Zumwinkel.
Miss Cella Davis, 1912, who has
tieon teaching Latin at Harvard, Nob.,
for tho past two weeks because of the
illness of tho regular teacher, has re
turned. Mable Gowlng left today to
take the position for the next two
weeks.
Miss Carol Howard leaves today for
Omaha, whoro she will spend Satur
day and Sunday at homo.
C. H. Frey, florist, 133 O St
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Miss Margaret Guthrio, 1911, who Is
teaching in tho University of Omaha,
is spending tho week-end at the Delta
Gamma house.
J. Livingston Richie, 1910, who Ib
working in a bank at Plattsmouth,
camo to Lincoln yesterday to attend
tho Junior play and Protn. Ho is
staying at tho Alpha Thota Chi house.
Prpfespor Howard has received and
accepted an Invitation from tho Uni
versity of "Wisconsin to teach In sum
mer school thero during the coming
sosslpn. Ho will offer two courses,
ono in General Sociology, the other a
graduate course, The Family.
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones,
Auto L-8605.
Unlonltes Take Notice.
All good Unlonltes will bo found at
the Junior Play this evening. The
hall will bo dark out of respect for
tho Junior entertainment. Regular
meeting as usual next Friday evening.
Watch for announcement.
JunlorStto Elect Tuesday.
Tho Junior class will hold its elec
tion at 11130 next Tuesday morning
in Memorial Hall.
When Yon Break Your Glasses
don't toke them whoro you have ,
to wait two or throe days to get
thorn fixed.
COME HERE
Wo are preparod to grind the
most difficult lens while you
wait.
Expert opticians to make broken
flames ano mountings look like
new.
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fountain pon. ownor can
havo tho samo by identifying it and
paying for this ad. D0-3t
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LOST- A small red note book; valu
able to ownor. Return to this ofTlco.
OMt
We had honesty spank
ed into us at the cherry
tree age,
Years of experience
have deepened our convic
tion that it's the only pol- "
icy. J
We never misrepresent.
It would not pay us be
cause we want to see you
in our store more than
once.
We want your confi
dence we want your
good will we want your
business.
Already showing spring
hats and shirts better
stop and see them.
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
CALENDAR.
LOST A Watorman pon, old model.
Finder please return to "Rag" ofllco.
91-3t
LOST A pigskin cigar cclbo on tho
campus, Thursday. Finder roturn
to Rag ofllco.
LOST BolloW Non-loakablo fountain
pon. Finder return to Nobraskan
ofTlco.
LINCOLN "ATnaWiWS?"
ORPHEUM
kku advanced vaudeville'
Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 19th
CHARLE8 F. 8EMON
TOM NAWN & CO.
THE 8TROLLINQ PLAYERS
DOROTHY KENTON
HELEN GRANTLEY
RICE, 8ULLY & 8COTT
E8MERALDA & VEOLA
Friday, February 23.
Junior Play. Oliver Theatre
Saturday, February 24.
Students Debating Club.
Medical Society. N. 210.
Junior Aggies' class hop.
Komonsky Club. Music Hall.
Junior Prom.
Sophomore Debaters Wanted.
It is urged that all tho Sophomores
who can enter tho tryouts for tho ln-ter-class
debates will do so. Notify a
member of tho committee at once.
COMMITTEE.
Special shoe sale this weok at i tho
Men's Bootory, 12th and P Sts.
Farm Reporters Meet.
Tho Nobraskan staff at tho Farm
met last night In room 20C, Agricul
tural Hall. Plans woro perfected for
a bettor organization of the field and
more efficient work.
Must Have Locks Assigned.
All locks on men's gymnasium lock
ers not properly assigned at ofllco
will bo cut without further notlco.
R. G. CLAPP.
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir m litimt "'
$100 Opens an Account
With the lint National Bank,
Con 10th amd O.
SIMMONS the PRINTER
PRINTING -
ENGRAVING
BJVIBOSSING
LOST Ono Watorman Ideal fountain
pen, No. 6. Roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
LOST Gold Swastika pin Monday af
ternoon, probably in Chom lab Re
turn to Rag ofllco.
LOST Watorman fountain pon. In
itials on barrol. Ploaso roturn to
"Rag,oflico. ' 00-2t
FOR 3ALE
FOR SALE JrTHsultujcdsnghUy;
coat 3G, pants about 34; prlco right.
Call "Rag" ofllco. 92-3t
FOR SALE Journal routo, to a stu
dent; best graft known; must havo
good backing; prlco, $1,G00; re
turns 22 per cont. Inquire of Stato
Journal. 92-3t
FOR SALE A Smith Promior type
writer. ThiB is a good machlno
which wrltos as well as now. You
can buy thia typewriter for what
you pay to ront ono for two months.
Call at tho "Rag" ofllco and boo It.
90-6t
FOR RENT.
fuk -uiSNT Largo warm rooms
for'
University girls only at 1220 R St.
Phono 1GC2. Prices reasonable.
87-Gt
WANTED
WVNTTSi56TfTwants" rwmTmato?
havo modern room. Auta B 4448.
01-3t
WANTED Two glrlB for largo front
room at 1439 S St. 9i-3t
Wookly shipments of tho best thoro
is in cnocolatoa.
Huyler'B Whitman's
Lovuney'a Aiiasretti's
California violots frosh ovory day.
Vleler Drug Co.
13th and O
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PRICE8 Matinee, 16c and 25c
Nlghti, 15c, 25c, 35c and 60c
Dr. Orin Lamb
DENTIST
O. of W. Olnia of '11
B3740 208 Gantar Bldg. 12th O
WARTHON'S
Original, Electric, Shoe
Repair Factory
Always reliable and up to
he minute
142 North 12th Street
HERPOLSHEIMER'S CAFE
Dlnaer JJi30 to Ji30 C
Sup ft 5t30 to 7i30 LOL
Also Cafatarlan Styk
have:
EVANS!
Do Your Laundry
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VySeo us for youi
Tl next job oi
printing. Personal
supervison enables
us to make each iol
please. 128 N. 14 St
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
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city'
Huyler's Chocolates
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razor
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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