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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1912)
BESSY TO ADDRESS SCIENTISTS
German Vereln Notice.
Der Deutsche OeHoHlRe Vereln will
meet Thursday evening, Dec. 19, with
Margaret Wooster, 1820 Washington
utieet This 1h to be an old fashioned
ChrlstmaH party, with a "taffy
and a real Christmas tiee
Fresh Hop Notice.
'1 h- few remaining FreHhnmn Hop
tiikets will be placed on sale at the
"Rag" office Monday morning between
11 and 12 o'clock. Those who have
tk-kqtH reserved are asked to secure
tlu-m aB boon oh possible Fred Wells,
German Dramatic Notice.
The tryouts for the Oerman Dra
matic Club will be held in the Music
Hall of the Temple upon Tuesday, De-
ember 10, a 7:30 p m The tryoutn
will be for places in the cast of "Die
.lournallsten" and onlj members will
le permitted to try out
'I he Course 9 1' Study Committee of
the College of Engineering, made up
of head professors. In to have a series
ol meetings devoted to the considera
tion and possible revision of the pres
ent groups of studies. The comjult
ti'v will also consider the establish
ment of an architectural engineering
uroiip for which theie seems to be
Beruice Stephenson, 15, of Wymote,
Neb., will spend the week end with
friends at Gertrude Hall
t Telephone Yule Bros a once.
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 25 No. 11th.
Miss Fiances Poweis, a former otn
deut at Nebraska, has been visiting
1 1 tends In Lincoln She is teaching in
1 he High School at Iexlngtott
Uagenslck's Orchestra, Auto F
C II. Frey, University florist, 1133
Professor Grumman will deliver a
seties of two lectured before the Stu
dents' Liberal Religious Union of All
Soul's church, on "Primitive Christi
anity in Modern Life," suggested by
(Jerhardt Hauptmann's "Emmanuel
Quint." The first lecture will be given
tomorrow at 12 o'clock. University
students are Invited.
Call Roy O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 718C, L-8152.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of service
at Green'e Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
if HERPOLSHEMER'8 CAFE
fr Dinner 11:30 to 1:30 if
Suppor 6:30 to 7:30
if 25 Cents
Also Cafeterlan Style if
XA.II UlF.,l..n& Q. ....-. A. r--i
"'" """ a"lw,,ul lo r,C8"
ucrtcy of Association tor Advance-
ment of Science.
I'roleshoi (' K Hossey will leave th
lattei pait ol the month for (Move '
land, O, to attend the meeting or Uk- i
American Association for. the Ad-j
vancement of Science .Prof Messey,
who is the retiring president cr the I
association, will call thr meeting to
older and introduce th new pi esi-
dent On Dec. 30 Prof Hchhov will
address the association on, 'Vomt ol
the Next Steps in Rotaniial S ience ' I
Y. M. C A. WORKERS MEET,
Representatives From Cotner, Union
and Nebraska Will Give Talks
On the Work.
The Student Volunteer Uan!
Cotnei, Weslean. Union and .'
Tnaska Universities will meet in tu.
banquet hall of the Temple Satu,',.y
evening. Dec 7 Prominent members
of the association will address the
students on subjects connected with
missionary work -R S
Ifluiilu lihr yintr Wink.
I 240 a. 11 l!j &t. Eturulu. Nrb.
WHITMAN'S ClASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O Sti
2 lor 25c Cluett, PenGody & Co., Makers
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O 8treets if
P. A. Hall President
-fa F. H. Johnson Vfce-Pres. if
if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Ast Cash.
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
l-'OK SALE A due bill on one of Lin
coln's bent talloiH Thin can be had
cheap If Hold now See manager at
Rag office 11 2621t
FOR RENT Dance hall, second floor
Rrownell blk, 25x5(0 feet; no better
floor in city, elevator service, clonk
rooms, toilet rooms, good piano, no
public dance allowed in hall, limited
to fraternity, hoioi It y, club and private
dances; dntes reserved; $8 a night
Roth phones II I. Hill, Rrownell
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
317 S. 12th St.
.LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 South 12th St.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
j"4 Big enough
for the biggest
game of North
High Power" Repeating
Rifle No. 425.
List Price - $20.00
.25-.30-30-.32 and .35 calibers 2
l'iw Hem Auto limiting ( iirtrlilKcs
SUREFIRE NODALKS NO JAMS
Our "High Power"
Hi lies also fur
nished in fancy
grades. Atk your Dealer.
Srnd for ImnilHOlnc
J. STEVENS ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Rox 5004
1 N I
V. f .a
new 1 v a
Today 2:30 Tonight 8:15
Wm. A. Brady, Ltd., Presents
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Mat Orchettra $1, Bal. 75c and 50c
Night, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
Tuesday, December 10
Primrose A Dockstader Minstrels
CLAUDE A. FANNIE USHER
THE THREE COLLEGIANS
LEWIS A DODY
THE DARING DARTS
Ethel Mason and Frank DuTicI
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THUR8, FRIDAY, 8ATURDAY
TOM &. 8TACIAMORE
THE BANK8-BREAZEALE DUO
The 8troke Oar"
"The Flat Above"
3 Shows Dally 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
AIL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 0 Str., South Side.
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th See our Suaplea
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