The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 24, 1912, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Campus Notes
HngenBlck'B Orchestra Auto 9042
Hoffman Gets Job.
Fred Hoffman lias accented a posi
tiou as nurseryman for the Giisuold
Rood Company of Lincoln
Moot mo at Green's. 120 North 11th
Hallowe'en Dance Planned.
'I'ho l!niersit nirls of Gertrude
Hall will j;io a Hallow o'on danee
Frida. Novemher 1
Jones' Orchestra Phono I,-8f0f
Girls' Tennis Association.
All nirls intorostod in a tennis tour
namont moot in F 1 1 o toda at ."
o'clock
Let Ten clean your garments.
Olympics Committee Notice.
Thore will bo a mooting ol tho com
mittoo on sophoinoro freshman Olym
j)ics at 11 o'clock in tho Universit
Y M C A rooms.
Call Roy O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 7186, L-8152.
Peru Club Notice.
The Peru Club will meet at the
State Farm in the stock Judging pa
vilion on Friday evening at 8 o'clock
All Peruvians United
Ted Marrier Cleaner, Hattie and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Romans Visits Phi Delts.
Warren I) Romans of Aberdeen,
S I), is visi'ing at the Phi Delta
Tlieta house this w oek
The simplieiU of operating the Mul
tlplox Slide Rule has made it the most
popular rule in use
Camp Fire Girls' Pow-wow.
The Camp Fire Girls will moot
Thursday evening at f o'clock in the
Y V C. A rooms
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repaired by an experienced dress
maker Satisfactory work at reason
able prices Mrs Hricka, SIR South
17th Auto H 4844 Adv. 10 2 It
Visitors at Alpha Chi O.
Reva Russell ot Flandeau, S I),
Mabel Doran and Miin Smith of York,
Mrs John Agee ot Kansas Cit Mo,
and Dale I'ugh of TopeUa, Kas , were
guests at the Alpha Chi Omega house
last week
For the next two weeks we will
clean and press jour drill suit for 5c
Too cheap to justifj wrinkles We
can use pressors for spare time and
solicitors for evening work Students'
Suitorium, Bell F:i438, Auto H-12H4,
R04 No lRth -Adv
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
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WESTERFIELDS CAFE
213-215 North 9th St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
Classified Column
WANTKI) Two students who do not
have X o'clock classes to wash dishes
and do eneral work Tor board Call
Auto L 82510 , 10 21 .tt
W'ANTKl) (Jirl to wait on table foi
bonid Call H Hf.72 .'U0 N Kit ti Ht
10 2.'5 -:tt
W'ANTKl) Room mate by Junior en
Kineer, good room, nood location
i:n2 q st . n Mt;r in 2:t :tt
FOR KKNT-Nice room, modem, foi
one or two gentlemen, at 142 No
12th St 10 22 at
FOR HALF, Beacon mantle lamps
Kie clear llht for students' use
Call at .'!21 F 11th St, Unlversir.
I'hKo if, 18 -fit
FOUND - A hunch of kes in the
street at 12th and R Sts Findei
can hao the same by painn foi 1 1 1 1 -
ad 10 24 :tl
LOST Achoth soionly pin Findei
please leave it at Hie Rag oMlee
10 24 :it
LOST Around or about Chemical ,
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11(111, l fUUl llfllKlll lllll Ul I'llll Willi
"Farl Jackson" engraved upon tho
handle Liberal reward will be given)
for tho return to owner Karl Jack
son 10 24 :,t
LOST An Elgin watch during tho drill
hour Reward If returned to the
Rag otllce Fob had "II II S,'12,"on
it 10 24 :it
Patrick-Munson Wedding.
Claude H Patrick was united in
marriage to Miss Goldie Munson ol
Auiora October 11 Both biide and
gioom were students at the Cnnersit
of .Nebraska and have the best wishes
of a large circle of friends
Hascall Visits Campus.
"Stub" Hascall, V of N, '12, was on
the campus the. (list of the week He
has been practicing law in South Da
kota and is now going into a partnei
ship in Omaha Hascall was busmes1
inanager of the Nebraska!! last yeai
We have the best workman, the larg
est, most sanitary and modern barbel
shop and bathhouse In the city Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited
Green's, 120 North Eleventh
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O Sts
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) Y. M. C. A. ' -fc
' Antiseptic Harbor Shop -fa
( -fc Any Style Haircutting 25 cents. -
Best Service Try Us
THEATRES
..OLIVER THEATRE..
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Prices $1.50 to 50c
THE GODDESS OF LIBERTY
FR., SAT. & SAT. MAT.
Oct. 25-26
THE BIRD OF PARADISE
With the Only Original Cast
Including
MISS BESSIE BARISCALE
GUY BATES POST
ORPHEUM
Advanced Vaudeville
MRS. GENE HUGHES & CO.
CHRIS RICHARDS
PAULINE MORAN
SIDNEY SHIELDS & COMPANY
Joe VAN BROS. Ernie
M. GEORGE SIMONDET
Martin Johnson's Travelouguea
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Subscribe lor the Rag.
Patronize our Advertisers
X&K&r JnBK 4v JB v sT JHswlSptt BBJIB
ill $mSMB 5?' wErfc c 4. vBRBHHP' A $ 1 tf3H
Miss Bessie Barisctle as uLauna'
Mr. Guy Bates Post as The $10,000.00 Dean in
"The Bird of Paradise"
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Oliver, Fri., Sat. and Sat. Mat., Oct. 25-26
LYRIC
THURS., FRI. AND 8AT.
KENT'S EDUCATED 8EAL8
AND SEA LION8
8CANDON A PRE88
Photo Plays
"MRS. LIRRIPER'S LODGER8"
"RUBE'8 MISTAKE"
PATHE'8 WEEKLY
"THE 8TREET 8INGER"
"MEETING MAMIE'S MOTHER"
3 Shows Daily-2, 7 and 9 P. M
A I L ShATS 10 CKNTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Moving Picture.
Programmes given at
1329 0 Sir., South Side.
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