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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1913)
Til E DAILY NERRABKAN
11:00 CLASSES EXCUSED FRIDAY
N. Y. PIE SENT BY P. P. IS 0. K.
Edwin F. Mead, Former Editor of New
England Magazine Will
A convocation of special IntereBt to
the Btudents will bo held Friday morn
ing In Memorial Hall. Edwin F. Mead,
head of tho American Peace Society,
and formerly editor of tho Now Eng
land Magazine, will deliver one of his
In order to give all students an op
portunity to hear this address the
University authorities will excuse all
11 o'clock classes. It Is not known
what topic ho will talk on, but It Ib
enough to Bay that It. Is an oppor
tunity no one should miss.
An Important meeting of tho
Juniors In the Engineering College
will he held at 11:30 this morning In
M. A. 102.
The Nuckolls County club will moot
Saturday night at the homo of Prof.
A. A. Iteed, 1251 South Twenty
seventh, at 8 o'clock. All students
hailing from that county are Invited.
Tho Lincoln Peru club will give a
dinner at 6:30 on Friday evening,
January 17, at the Llndell hotel.
Plates may bo reserved by Peru peo
ple for themselves and friends by
calling Auto. L-7697.
MU8EUM GET8 WOLF PELT.
The Unlvorslty Museum received
an elegant coyote hide, the anfmal
having been shot very near tho Have
lock shops. In winter theso small
prairie wolves como closer and closer
to clvlHuation -because their winter
prey of rabbits and prairie chickens
are becoming scarcer every year.
Dor Dentecho Geselllgo Voreln will
meot with Julia Reusch.2275 South
Fourteenth streets, Thursday evening,
January 23. A short program will be
given, followed by the election of of
ficers for next semester.
Mother's Mince Pie Arrives for Stu
dent After 1,500 Mile Journey
In Uncle 8am's New Delivery.
A new use of tho parcels poBt has
been discovered which seemB to place
the new system In a class of Its own,
as a boon to the student who longB for
tho delicaclcB of home. A home-made
mince plo from Now York city has re
cently been received by E D. Stock
well. The pie was In a prime condi
tion and remained intact.
Considering that New York Is a two
and a half day'B journey from Lincoln,
and is a distance of about 1,500 miles
the fact that it was recelrod in such
an excellent condition seems to Bpenk
well for the utility of tho new method
of conveying packages.
Telephono Yulo Bros at once.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and tho beBt of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
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THE BABY DUET "GYPSY LOVE"
The Frand Lehar Comic Opera with a company of 80 and
An Enlarged Orchestra of 20.
OLIVER JAN. 17-18 ?Z
NEW HOUSEHOLD ARTI8AN8.
Thirteen Upper-Claaa Girla Initiated
Into Household Arts Club.
The Houehold ArtB club met at tho
Home Economics hall, Tuesday even
ing, and initiated tho following new
members: Eleanor Murphy, Gladys
Bunt, Elizabeth Curry, Halllo Clark,
Leah" Sch6fleld, Mary Bookmoyer,
Katherlne Cone, Margaret Long, Vera
Armstrong, Astred KJelson, Maud Wil
son, Edna Arends, Mrs. Clara Hymor.
The club Is an honorary organiza
tion and members are elected on tho
basis of scholarship, from tho Seniors
and Juniors, taking the homo econom
K08MET KLUB WANT8 PLAY8.
Competition Closes Friday With Try
outs About February First.
The KoBmot Klub again desires to
announce that the competition for its
annual play will close Friday. The
Klub wishes to U'f, again ull studtnts
having compositions to suinbit, do so
by tomorrow. 'J he Klub must have a
satisfactory play for the sprinp pro
duction nd a3 the try outB win oc
cur soon after February 1, Mie selec
tion must be made immediately.
ENGLISH CLUB MEETS.
Frl. 8at. &. 8at. Mat. Jan. 17-18
The Lehar Comic Opera
Company of 80
Night $2 to 50c. Mat. Orch. $1
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN 20.
Mme. Emma 8ALVE
Prices $2 to 50c.
DEWITT YOUNG AND 8I8TER
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prlcea 15c, 25c
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 80c
Club Expresses Sorrow Over Death
of Mlso Longman.
At a special meeting of the English
club held yesterday evening a commit
tee was appointed to draw up resolu
tions expressing the deep sympathy
and sorrow of the club because of the
death of Miss Longman. Miss Long-'
man was a member of this organiza
tion and was one of its prominent
members while active In the society.
THUR., FRL, 8AT.
HARRY MOR8E A. CO.
BEACH t CARROL
"The Ambassador's Disappearance"
"The Girl at the Brook"
3 8HOW8 DAILY 2, 7 &. 9 P. M.
ALL 8EAT8 10c
Famous Bohemian Violinist
Thursday, Jan. 16th
Seats, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
at Oliver Box Office.
Hagonsick'B Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Jones' Orchestra, rhone L-860B.
C.'H. Frey, University florist. 1133
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Only a few U. of N. calendars left
at the Unl. Book Store. Adv.
,LET THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 8outh 12th 8t.p
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND C
A little better. Duncan's Fraternal
Print Shop. Adv.
George Bros., artistic and Individual
programs, menus and stationery. The
lateat stylos. 1313 N. Adv.
They are always the beat
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincolitr Candy Kitchei
South West Corner 14 and O Street
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