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THE DAITiY NRWRASKAN
17 2:30 Now Twice Daily :20 S
5 EDDIE VOGT
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" : "I? LOVE SHOP"
will :.irry ;rm r.llnworllv.
H.:iiu'.fiil moiiilk in l!.t!nir. Kntitr
Hid !itvi' rrctill' iv ..
CAH ALL & ROM INE
JACKIE & BILLY
villi llnrriit Mnrlowo Compnny
KinKTnni Toplrn nf 1y
MAT. 25c and 50c
EVE. 50c to $1.2b
J ,UOI., "I UtS., WtO.
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OV v M.MtT AT I. ,X. V 7.
; VTS . Ntf.i.T
picture. Marring Constance
Tnlmadge, who is ably supported by
Conway Scarle in the male load, holds
ono's Interest even thought it has a
rather improbable plot. It is the tale
of a misjudged, chorus girl whose
whole environment is changed in
"two weeks'" time by three very de
cided old bachelors. Constance Tal
madge is as winsome and pretty as
usual rind one finds it not at all diffi
cult to understand how she wins the
most likely one of lho three bachelors
in the last reel.
Rialto 'East 39" Realart. j
A play that is different, in its plot,!
its characters, and best of all its !
ending. Constance Kinney, a charm-.
ingly innocent girl who thinks she is j
"perfectly disgraceful." proves to ai
doubting world (hat happiness is still j
in Im found and that there is really a
pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
The first musical' convocation of
the year will be held in Memorial
Hall Thursday morning. Piinoipa,
lenlnrcs of the program are Helm
belt's Fniini.diod Symphony, and the
Ki'samum! Overture, to bo rendered
by a string quartet and pi;m organ.
P . ..s are li'ng made for MiiOtlmi in
po.iar.i corvocation lo bo held ju.o
bfVore the. Thanksgiving vacation,
l or this (ho chorus under t'lo dinvv
i "m of Mrs. Raymond vill i'ng "The
There Is dso to be a convocation
of the Aits College at an o'lHy daU.
All member, students and facult.v
membeis are expected to be jnescrJ
at this discussion of the various im
portant activities connociod with th.
college. The r.!Sl ;.dd. .-: V id Ik.
given by Dean Buck who v;P. be fol
lowed by three other spoake.s on
important ohascs of the ooliegoV
t n carman Ct ft riCPj
HON., TUSE.. WED.
HARRY BOND & CO.
KdicMfiil One i Oomwly
nvu viclin r.-.i&sts
DOYLE ANO ELAI M E
E "Y ANT WASHBURN
(i., l'::r: tinn-l Victim
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Farm Campus Notes
Professors V. V. Burr, M. H.
Swcnk, T. A. Kiessclbach and U. U
Peltier, of the College of Ag; iculiuve,
inspected a wheat field near Waco
October IS. About fifteen aces ol
wheat had been destroyed. Alter a
careful inspection of the field and
talking with the owner it. as decided
that lice and ramy worms did the
damage. A part of t.e wheal was on
the ground where an liaile f-oiil. oats
crop was plowed under. It believ
the volunteer oats were i rsponsible
for 1he presence of the lice. Sen"
tcred reports have been coining to
Professor Swenk, state e.i enielrgist,
of damage by lice. The damage aa
a whole is net oxte.ishe. however.
;ll this week
CICIL T: DeMILI.E'S
0-:ETIIIS!'G to tkink
.f ' Kli t of ( oliir ami H-snly
1 (.N( 'v-' Oi; II !;M'KA
0VlY 15I:.V:;K. Kir.-.Uir
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Prof. J. H. Frandsen delivered two
ledures on dariying at Ihe Purple
Cane community center, Pege coun
ty, October 22. Purple Cane is erne
o!' Hie most active community centers
in the state and a number of Vni-
i ver:tv nrotessors have visited n.
IVnn 1". A. Burnett recently delivered
a lecture there. The eoiiiumniiv is
j centered about, an unden.immalional
, church, which is equipped for social
i events, having a kitchen, dining room,
gymnasium, etc. The community has
; its own mcung picture shoev at least
' once a week, held in Ihe church. It
has baseball and bowling teams and
sports for both men and women form
an important part of the program,
i The pastor, ttov. A. K. Smith, reeent
j ly celebrated his tenth anniversary at
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j. KlUlV., I ULO., Iltu.
J DUSTIN FARNUM
? "Big Happiness"
TI:e Season's Sensational
Eram u-ith a "Man's Man" Q
j S. Y. P( i in. superintendt ni of the
j University farm, left S'deday for
I Sainnt, Neb., for a week's :sit. Mr.
i Perin homosioaded in Ciu:'ei county
I forty yi-ars ago last May. He was
,1101 miles fi'or.i Grand Innd, the
"maresl railroad point, le- '.emained
in Custer county until ISSti. when he
accepted the position as foieman at
' .l.e State Farm. Mr. Perin has two
hroihers li:ng in Cu.s.--t county.
This is the first time he lias returned
to that counly at this time of the
year, his duties at the St.ito Farm
being such that he eou'.l not. get
away except in the winter.
Comedy, News, Etc.
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l-V.r Music Vil j
Drink Our F.ng Malted Milk
They are a ful' meal.
cm a I'M s ;
c.'ir i;. t ttr. . N. 'i:, 'kt-
l '.12 O
I LOEB'S ORCHESTRA
TA!l.tiKS OK QUAIJT1
Cleanine and Kemodeling for
Tarlies and Oents
1S8 Xo. nth St, t14
MOl 'KiN rooms, good heat and privi
leges. LfifioO. St
I'tKFSSMAKlXG and ladies' tailoring. ;
1725 K St.. 2t
j WANT F.I") A live wire student to
handle a new laundry ;!V.ii.ii".n.
An excellent hance to l.u:!d a
nice paying business. Call 1.4."-1t;.
2:1 No. 12th. tl
WlUl the man who took or ex- ;
(hanged overcoats at the Saratoga
reci eat ion parlors last Saturday!
night be so kind as to call I,r.;f'S '
and exchange v.ith the c.her coat
owner, lie will give you f5 for1
vour kindness. t ;
; r.IiACi; leather, lrif.se leaf niu.bok
i taken from east window in Armory
between 11 and 12 o' l.eV. Monday. ;
V.'ill I'Tsen who tool; ii retwn it;
j to Student Ac'ivities oTleo iinine- .
I diriHly? 206 V lli.ll. f.i '
j STOl-KN reason who too. text anl ;
nrte "books from piper rack in ;
i basement of V 11a1!. ret.itn to Stu-i
ce nt Act iviti-s effice a: d avedd '
trouble. 2t 1
FOR SALF 1:bson mandrdin and J
case, as pood as new. worth ?7". j
will take $40. Call I.S219. Et j
1XST rncut cameo sterling ladies!
ring; lost on campus. Fetum to
-Student Activities office. 2t
MFY B1SCHOP, i-ianist, parties, etc.
C. K. Cotton, graduate of the Uni
versity in 1907 and famous on the
gridiron as "toe" Collon, visited fie
University of Nebraska Saturday and
witnessed the defeat of South Dakota j
at ihe hands of the Cornhi.skcrs. Mr.
Cotton is the brother of Mis. Calvin j
l'mery of Uincoln. lie is in the Htm- j
her business in Menlo, Colo.
A feature of Judge Wray's speech !
at 1h.e city auditoiiam last even.n,'
was the fact that a numbr-r of Uni
versity co-eds acted as ushers.
Silver I.ynx announces the pledging
of Harvey Hanson, '24. ot Battle
Harold Payne. '24, has returned '
from a week-end visit in Omaha.
Henry S. At wood, of the Omaha
Medical College, was a guest at the
Pi Phi Chi house during the week
end. Margaret Mathews. ex-'2", of Om
aha. will be a guest at. the Kappi
Kappa Gamma house for the re
mainder of the week.
Clyde XicTielson, '2?, and Bex Fern
old. '22. have returned from a visit
Walter Johnson, ex-'20. of Om?'
was a guest at the Alpha T.iu Omega
house during the week-end.
Daisy Graff, '2", returned yesterday
from Teeuinsch, where she spent
l.nmir Novak, '22,. spent the week
end at his home in Powells.
Wayne "Loomis. '22, is back from
Fremont, where he spent several
Gratia Sanborne. "2", will spend the
week-end at Sioux City. la.
Wilson Black. '22,. rdurned from a
trip to North Bend.
Prof. J. H. Frandsen addressed the
members of the Pu'-ple Cane emn
mum'y club last Saturday.
Prof. .T. T. Tees lectured to School
of Agriculture students Tnesdty
morning at convocation on "Trave1--in
First Tieiitenant James TI. Ilae.in
has reported for duty with the Mi'j
tary department. Uieu'ennnt lln.M"
comf'S from Camp Funston v.-her-1
was a member of the Fifty-fifth In
fantry division, with whi'-h he wen'
overseas during 1he late Tar.
WE CALL THEM ROOMMATES.
Say folks I've thinking that you take
an awful risk,
Almost as bad as fellows do when
they annex a wir,
Or viica versa, round aboul, one way's
as bad as the other,
Cause when you lake a roommate you
have lo Heal binViike a brother.
You might feet one whose highest
aim's oration and debaiing.
The chances are he'll run you wild
with stuff loud and c'ating.
And what if it should be jour lot lo
draw a young musician?
His practicing might worker yon tilt
yen needed a physician.
But pity these poor fellows with
science vm their brain.
Believe me folks they sure can make
yer.r life ;r.i aw fid s i.uC
And linn there Is the politics in
Socila Science section,
With the guys that argue, rave and
rant about the next election.
Hovv'er it be it seems to me, (if 1
may borrow phrases).
You fellows can be glad your mate's
not moved by all the crazes.
Not bound by word of fashion to boh
his hair so golden.
Nor pluck his brow s nor cane his face.
to make him more beholden.
wi"r"w-" y"?.''!f"' -"""""!:' ' 11 " v.' '" ' iy. mwgyjy-
w' - nTrrri -it - '-fcniti - irt.-ii.M nii.iu,i.i.iHJ..lt mta.i ,
On Friday Slight
is the night of--
IHE HALLOWE'EN DANCE
: -4,;; as ,,5SS
at Prices Good for You
Midland College Man
Killed in Accident
Schocimates See Mortenren Eiectrc
cuteci When He Tries to
FBKMOXT. X.b.. Oct. 20 "I er.Ti '
fix that light" were the 1; st words (
ll '. he: t Mo: iTifen, ::ze- 1R. g.-n of :
Mr. r.n : Mrs. oorce M:rti r.st n ct :
742 Fast Tenth ftrf et. :h:s e'ty, v.prii
he ciiinbed a 20 1 ot tow l on the Mid-h-nd
campus to Investigate th" lirht.
bulb th.-.t had not been wrehin? f-
the 7.;. st few ricd.ts. As h loin-hed
the bulb, it sma.-hel in h's 1:.' nil t.nd
the concct el the wi-es ti : :tjc- s.e 1
tower grounded this eor,T:ect i..n. A
farh Kif elect; icity pi.-'Se1 th e""T'
his'bedy t n 1 he was dashed to the
ground cnconsri.ms. IT- "i"d ?s s...7:
a.-; l.e readied the hrispit;.l.
The -.' ur.g man v.-. s a s u 'ent at
Midhnd, and he, wi;h two of h's
1, (..!::. j.r.,-1 a nun.b r 1 f o : r sM
dfT-ts, hi e m ticed the detective light .
r.d vi.rd- e l v. r.rt ca- -e '. :h !
; reiiMe. S c. .."! ef the h.oj 's F l:oee
m-.tcs.;nd e-;;her? w:tr. ssed C" :
irrge.iv. He is su.-eiverl by his T'r.r ;
ir.'.s, six br-'ulK'-.s and one si' tr. j
You dorft have to choose
between good quality and
low price when you buy
here; you get both. We're
selling the finest Hart
Schaffner & Marx all wool
suits and overcoats for men
and young men, late fall
models, regular $50 to $85
S S. I50
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For parties! Just arrived. Satin!
S ;. '.p. P.r.hy Feuis Heel Pumps. Ol
ceuse they're only $10 at The!
(.FT PtaTord's Teerless Orchestra
Graham, fni's master saxorhonisu
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