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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1913)
THE DAILY lEIiKASKAK
KIOSK NEARLY COMPLETED
Weather Machine Puut Into Place Af
ter Months of Delay.
Workmen have erected the frame of
the now government kionk south of
University Hall during vacation and
with a coat of paint it will be all ready
for the Installation of the instruments
which aro now here. This is the sec
ond kiosk to be erected in Lincoln,
the first being placed at Tenth and
O strets outside of the federal build
The kiosk is one of the scientific
achievements of the past decade, be
ing an apparatus designed to show
plainly the weather conditions In the
district surrounding Lincoln. A rec
ord of the past weather, a thermom
eter and barometer and various para
phernalia to register winds, changes,
etc., aro included and placed on a
chart that explains to the laity the
conditions of atmosphere.
On one side the kiosk keeps a con
tinual record of the highest, lowest,
and current temperature and has sev
eral thermometers for present obsei
vation. It contains a' raln-guage
which measures the rain as it falls
and registers the amount of the fall
on paper. This side also contains a
barometer showing the pressure and
(lie humidity of the aid. On the other
side will be weather charts and daily
weather maps together with charts
l cloud and weather conditions of
interest to those scientifically in
The University kiosk is an exact
duplicate of the one on the govern-1
incnl square. It rests on a granite!
base six feet square and is in itself
four by four by six feet. It is entirely
open underneath so as to have free
action to the air. The glass cover Is
merely for the protection of the in
struments. The work is being de
lated' by the construction company,
but ought to be fully erected in a
very few days.
NO FURTHER CASUALTIES
Routine Taking the Place of Excite
ment Now With Exams Com
Almost everybody returned after
their week of vacation with the ex
ception of those who wer esriously
inconvenienced by the Easter tor
nado and who will therefore remain
at home for a few days longer The
pleasure of the past week has been
marred for many by Sunday's terri
ble happening but it is indeed for
tunate that so few students were ser
iously inconveniencd by it
Only a fw days remain before the
midsemester examinations will be
here and those who have been spend
ing a week of enforced idleness will
be forced to come out of their coma
tose state and take up the work
where they left it.
SPEAKS ON THISTLE PRINTS
Mi6s Hayden Discusses Carbons at
Tea Thursday In Art Gallery
University Women Invited.
Tea will be served in the Art ball
Thursday. March 27, from 3 to 4.30. At
half past four Miss Hayden will give
a brief discussion of the "Thistle Car
bon Prints of American Masterpieces"
which are now on -exhibition in the art
gallery. All University women are
cordially invited to be present.
Frollch's Orchestra, Phone L-7363.
Loeb's Orchestra, Phono L7G20.
Senior Pins For Sale New Ship
ment received. Tho University Hook
C. IT. Frey, University florist, 1133
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
The Camp Fire girls will meet
Wednesday evening at r o'clock In
the Y. W ('. A. rooms.
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
Marie Clark sprained here ankle ser
iously during vacation and will be un
able to ret urn to school.
Dr. Alldritt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
Miss Hiince of the Lincoln Charity
organization spoke at the Tuesday
evening Y. W. C. A meeting. Her talk
was a practical one. She told of con
ditions here in Lincoln, and of ways
by which the university girls can help
tho work of the organization.
Senior Pins For Sale New Ship
ment received. The University Hook
Senior Pins For Sale New Ship
ment received. The University Book
Perhaps you got an Easter
But if you didn't get an
Easter Hat you're behind
Ours is a splendid as
sortment of spring head
gear for you to select
Derbies and soft
shapes from America
and Europe, including
the famous Stetsons."
Popular new shades,
such as olive, pea-green
and iron-gray-"with the
bow behind" if you like.
$2 to $5 and $10
Remember our cloth
ing department! The
place where fastidious
and-particular men are
always sure of being
at $20 to $40they ht.
Kenmore--the beat at
the price$14.50 and
TODAY 2:30-8:15 WED. & THUR.
Twice Dally 2:30 and 8:15
The Most Marvelous Moving Pic
tures Ever Taken Showing Wild
Animal Life in Darkest Africa.
RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
Mat. 50 A 25c. Night 50, 35 & 25c
Mar. 28-29 "The Quaker Girl"
Orch $2, $1.50. Bal. $1 and 75c
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Omaha
Program For Week Beginning Mon
day Night, March 24
Louis A Kathryn
SIMON A. OSTERMAN
Geo W Maud
BARRY &. WOLFORD
TH08E FRENCH GIRLS
J R James
ARMSTRONG &. MANLY
ETHEL MAY BARKER
ALBRURTUS 1ST & JESSIE
MON., TUES-, WED.
MARGARET BIRD & CO.
ROTHER & ANTHONY
"THE STRENGTH OF MEN"
"THE CELERY INDUSTRY
"THE ANSWERED PRAYER"
"THE DEAN'S DAUGHTERS"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2. 7 & 9 P. M.
Matinees, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
if Dance Programs
ir Banquet Menus
if Calling Cards
it Book Publications
317 S. 12th St.
The Alpha ('hi Omegas are again at
home at :I29 North Thirteenth street
The fire of a month ago damaged the
walls and floors considerably. The
house has been completely renovated
and the girls were able to return after
spending several weeks with friends
in the city.
Hagensick's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Of the University Y. M- C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Brcakfastj7"to 8:. 40 Dinner 1 I to 1 : 30 Supper 5: 30 to 7
:- THE TEMPLE -:
Artistic dance progrums and menus
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N street.
LOST- On Oliver stage Saturda
night, large brown engineering book.
Finder return or notify Rag ofHce.
LOST On the editor of the Cornhusk
er'h desk, a short stubby fountain
pen, f-ufelj variety. Return to this
LOST Small gold watch, monogram
L. B. I on back. Reward.
you wear glasses or ought, it is worth your
while to consult
Established mi HALLETT'S, Um Jeweler has o street
about "Toric" lenses and "Shur-On" mountings.
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Qrgan Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information co
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and R Sts.
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