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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1913)
T II E DAILY N E P, RASKAN
Telephone Ytile Isros at once.
('. Neil Ilroun in now coiualeseing
ut his home in Lincoln
Krolirh's Orchestra, IMione .7'.UY..
There will he a meeting of the,
Campfire. girls Wednesday afternoon
at f) o'clock in the V. V. (' A. rooms.
Loeb's Orchestra, Phone, L7G20.
The Teacliers' hnreau has received
a call for two young men, University
graduates, to teach in Y. M. ('. A.
work in Florida.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto 13-2990.
All senior men who are members
of the Y. M. ( A. will meet Wednes
day noon at 12::!0 to to nominate of
ficers and board members for next
C. H. Prey, University florist. 1133
Miss Charlotte Bedwell visited at
the Kappa Alpha Theta house Sundav.
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
The Sigma Clin forfeited a game of
basketball to the Phi Delts last night.
The former failed to appear at the
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people Ceorge Bros.
Printers, 13 13 X street.
J. A. Sargent passed through here
a few days ago on his way from
Texas to Spain where he expects to
be for some time.
Wilber Wood, ex "10, who finishes
the course at lowa in June, and Henry
Beckord, "10, who is now a phar
macist at Waco, visited the Phar
J. I,. Lytle of the class of 1900, vis
ited here a few days ago. He is a
project engineer on the Strawberry
project of the United States reclama
tion service in Utah.
Company E will have their Corn
husker picture taken at St. George's
studio, 11 a. in., Thursday, March G.
Everybody must be there on time.
Why not write life insurance. Make
from $30 to $100 a week. The field for
the right sort of men is almost un
limited. The Commonwealth Life In
surance Company of Nebraska wants
live men. Before you contract with
any company see Goldstein and Crook,
Room 200-202 Ganter building, 12th
and O street, Lincoln. Phone: Auto
B-360t. Ofllce hours this week 4 to 5
p. m., daily. Adv 3-5-3-.
1913 Class Pins Selling Fast at $1.75
We Engrave Your Initials Free
Established 1871 HALLETT'S, UnL Jeweler ins o street
CROWD GREETS MISS BURNER,
Is a Guest at the Home of Chancellor
Avery Tuesday Afternoon Tea
An uncxpectedh huge crowd
crowd greeted Miss limner at the ves
per service Tuesday evening The
meeting was held in the Temple
theater, instead of in the V W (' A
room, as announced, in order to ac
commodate the large audience. A
duet, "My Soul Is So Happy In Jesus,"
was rendered by Helen Kasterdny and
ftvanM'line Long. On Wednesday'
from 7 to 8, Miss Burner will speak ,
on "'I lie College (JiiTs Decalogue." '
Miss Burner will he in the Y. W. C.
a. rooms uuring mo greater part o
each day this week, and girls may
drop in there and meet her personally.
She is desirous of knowing the girlB
of Nebraska as well as she knows
those of other state universities.
Miss Burner is a guest at the home
of Chancellor Avery. On Tuesday
she took luncheon at the Pi Beta Phi
house. The tea in her honor Tuesday
afternoon was postponed on account
of the death of Dr. Jewett.
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M'lNTYRE & HEATH
Well Known Minstrel Leaders at the
Orpheum This Week.
Within the boundaries of stageland,
there is to be found no more magic
names than Mclntre & Heath
Through the lues of two generations
this team has furnished laughter to
millions These names are sjnonj
moiis with tun and laughter and that
tpicall American form of humor in
which the negro is the butt Their
appearance m a theatre eliminates
all conjecture The (piestion of merit
It is a certainty that they will
amuse and to a degree that is seldom
equalled. They have a repertoire of
sketches for their coming engage
ment and it matters little which one (
they use "Georgia Minstrels," "Mon
from Montana" and "Waiting at the
Church," are all equally funny In a
way their work is like famous hum
or of literature such as Murk Twain,
Lamb, Dickens, Holmes and others,)
in that it never grows old or loses an .
iota of its power to please Think
of the impossibility of even an ordin
arily good team playing together aB
long as have these two comedians.
Their continued and ever increasing,
success is indicative of their real
worth. Kor several seasons theyi
starred in musical comedies, that
were'simplj elaborations of their
sketches After their present limited
tour, they will go to England for an
indefinite season Advertisement
WANTED A student who can take
dictation and use a typewriter, to!
work a short time each afternoon at,
the "Hag" ollice. Apply to the man- i
ager at 1:30 p. m. 3-5-3t,
FOR RENT Dance hall, second floor
Brownell blk, 25x90 feet; no better
floor in city; elevator service, cloak
rooms, toilet rooms, good piano; no
public dance allowed in hall; limited
to fraternity, sorority, club and private
dances; dates reserved; $8 a night.
Both phones. John Taylor, Brow
I H HH 1
You can make your selec
tion quickly and satisfac
tory from our complete
showing of Young Men's
1234 O Street
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information to
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and RSts.
Tonight at 8 00 Promptl v
Presents His Spectacular Produc
With An Ail-Star Cast
Prices $2 00 to 50c
Thur. and Fri. Nights, March
THE LOVE AFFAIR
M'lNTYRE AND HEATH
OTTO T. JOHNSONE
HOPKINS AND AXTELL
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
MON., TUES., and WEDNESDAY.
"A Chance Deception"
"The Missing Bonds."
"After the Welsh Rabbit"
"A Study of Kittens"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
Matinees, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
DO YOUR WASHING
Ensign Omnibus and
Never close! Day or night
Service and reliability our aim
If in need of a cab call ENSIGN
Give your call for baggage
No waiting or worrying then.
Phone B 2303 Office: 221 So. 1 1th St
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