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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Professor Chatburn has boon asked
to wrlto an articlo for tho first Issuo
of tho "Roadmaker," a magazine just
starting in Des Moines.
Professor Hoffman spoko Thursday
evening beforo tho Nebraska Associa
tion of Master Plumber and Steam
Phi Rho Sigma announce tho pledg
ing of A. B. Cramb, of University
Place, and J. M, Woodward, of Lincoln.
MIbb Lillian M. ' Koch, of West
Point, a last year's graduate of tho
Conservatory, is visiting friends at
tho Alpha Omlcron Pi houso.
FOUND A fountain pen. Owner can
havo tho samo by identifying it and
paying for this ad. 90-3t
LOSTA Fronch book, "La Chuto."
. Return to tho "Rag" ofrtco. 93-11
Havo Graves print It for you. 233
North Eleventh St. .
Dean Wolcott has gone to Chicago
to attend tho national meeting of tho
medical college deans. Whilo thoro
ho will visit tho Important schools
and bring back with him new ideas
forthe medical college which is to be
orected this year at Omaha. On his
way back ho intends to stop at Oma
ha to look over tho grounds of tho
building, and consult with tho head
jot that end of tho school. Ho is ex
pected back Monday.
Professor Qilmour, curator of tho
State Historical Society Museum,
loaves Monday for Kansas City. He
will exhibit relics of tho Omaha In
dians at tho annual land show hold
In that. city from February 26 to March
9.frProfesBor Condra will glvo several
addresses before tho exhibit.
Georgo Bros., export printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Martha Buchor, 1915, loft yesterday
for her homo In Columbus, whoro sho
will spend Saturday and Sunday.
Chancellor Avory loft yesterday for
Goncva, whoro ho delivered a dolayod
Washington's birthday address. Ho
returned last night.
We can no more lie to
you about hats tlian George
Washington could about
the cherry tree.
Spring assortments now
on display without a
doubt they're the hand
somest in years.
Stetson.Hawes, our own
Kensington brand, and a
splendid line of $2 hats re
present American makes.
Then there are iWhit's
of London, in both derbies
and soft hats also import
ed Belgian beavers and
Any size or price in
the very newest shades
and shapes we invite
you to see them.
MAGEE & DEEIVIER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Greek letter men there and they call
tholr club tho "Greek Corral." Thoy
havo twonty-flvo members now, com
posed of men from tho largest east
ern universities and two from Nebraska.
LOST A Waterman pen, old model.
Finder pleaso roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
AT THE THEATRES
!&& ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE j
Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 10th
LOST A pigskin cigar case on tho
campus, Thursday. Flndor roturn
to Rag ofllco.
LOST Bollos Non-loakablo fountain
pon. Flndor roturn to Nobraskan
LOST One Waterman Ideal fountain
pen, No. 6. Roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
LOST Gold Swastika pin Monday al
tornoon, probably in Chom lab Ro
turn to Rag ofllco.
LOST Waterman fountain pon. In
itials on barrel. Pleaso roturn to
"Rag" ofllco. 90-2t
CHARLE8 F. 8EMON
TOM NAWN & CO.
THE 8TR0LLINQ PLAYER8
RICE 8ULLY & 8C0TT
E8MERALDA & VEOLA
PRICE8 Matinee, 16c and 25c
Nights, 16c, 25c, 35c and 60c
Dr. Or in Lamb
V. of N. Olnaa of 11
B3740 208 Ganter DIdg. 12th O
FOR SALE Drill suit, UBed slightly;
coat 36, pants about 34 ; prlco right.
Call "Rag" ofllco. 02-3t
Georgo Sheldon, a former Univer
sity of Nebraska studont, Is ill tho
Grotchon McConnell, .of Omaha,
camo to Lincoln yesterday to attend
. tho Junior ' Play. Sho is staying at
tho Kappa Alpha Thota house.
Tho marrlago of MIbb Lillian P.
Tuppor, of Lincoln, and Harold B.
Reeves, of Osmond, Nob., took place
yostorday at the Methodist tfarsonago.
Miss Tuppor has boon a University
student for tho last two years, and bo
longed to the class of 1914.
0. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St
Prof. Georgo R. Chatburn will glvo
an address beforo tho .Good Roads
convention vat Mlnden, March 6.
FOR SALE Journal route, to a stu
dont; best graft known; must havo
good backing; prlco, $1,000; ro:
turns 22 per cent. Inquire of Stato
FOR SALE A Smith Promlor typo
wrltor. This is a good machine
which wrltos as well as now. You
can buy this typewriter for what
you pay to ront ono for two months.
Call at tho "Rag" ofllco and soo It.
FOR RENT Largo warm rooms for
Unlvorslty girls only at 1220 R St.
Phono 1662. Prices reasonable.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
Lowell Gregg, who has been 111 with
the typhoid In Omaha for two months,
has returned to tho University.
Sid Collins, former CornhUBker con
tor, will addreBB tho State Farm Y. M.
C. A. next Sunday afternoon. Tho
Bubjectof his addrosB will bo "Play
ing tho Game."
WANTED Girl wants room-mato;
havo modern room. Auta B 4448.
WANTED Two girls for largo front
room at 1439 S St. 91-3t
DlDstr Ui30 to J30 -Svfft
Si30 to 7i30 LJK
Also Cafatcrlan Styla
Do Your Laundry
Weekly shipments of tho best thero
is in chocolates.
California violets fresh every day.
Vieter Drug Co.
Harry Hathaway, law 1913, Is quite
seriously ill with a case of walking
Hazel Thompson, ex. 1914, of York,
Nobr., has boon spending tho wook at
tho Pi Phi houso.
W. A. Cooloy, for wliom, until a
couplo of days ago, tho doctors had
given up all hope, 1b reported to be
out of danger.
MIbb Morris, territorial secretary of
tho Y. W. C. A., will address tho State
Farm Y. W. C. A. at 2:30 p. m. next
R. A. Huntington, who wa& In school
last "year, lias ' been employed since
then in building construction In the
largor cities of western Canada. Ho
1b now located at Saskatoon, Canada.
Tho Y, W. C. A. meeting hold at
noon Friday was very successful.
MIbb Morris spoko upon Bomo phases
of territorial, national and world
Waltor Wohlenberg, '10, who has
been home on a vacation, left yester
day for Pittsburg, whoro ho has &
position with tho Westinghouso company.
Warren Miller, class 'of 1912, Unl
versityof Kansas; Is vlBltlng tho Uni
versity, and whllohoro will stay at
the Delta Upsllon houso. , .
Mr. R. L. Clark, a former Univer
sity of Nebraska student and member
of Delta Upsllon, who hov 'lives In
Laramlo, Wyoming, Jho university
city, of that,Bta'to, is. in. Lincoln today.
Mr.' Clark "says there is 'a club of
Usvln 1 JbBBbV BLBBFr li ,M a
irSeo us for your
f next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. 14 St
Announcement has been received of
tho marrlago on November 29111, at
Cristobal, panama, of' John Hi Weller
and Miss Mary WInno. Mr, and Mrs.
Weller will reside at tho Washington,
Hotel in Colony Panama. Mn Weller
will bo remembered as a Nebraska
football star and captain of tho team
'o'f 1908. Ho was a student in the Col
lege of Engineering, and Is at present
In tho engineering departmpnt of the
Speolal shoe sale this week at tho
Mdn's Bootery, 12th and P Stfl.
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you seethe vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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