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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1901)
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1 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 1
t T R- HAGGARD, M. D. Odlco 1100
O Stroot, Rooms 212 213-214 Rich
ards Block, Tolophono 535. Rosidonco,
1310 G Stroot, Telephono L084.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louise Flanagan; Ofllco, 141 South
12th Street. Tolophono 618.
LI DAVIS. D. D. S.. DcntiHt.
Hridprc and Crown work. Oflice
room 7, over Ilock Island ti fleet oflice.
When in need of tailoring, repairing
or eleanlnc in tho clothing line that
C. EHLERSIsthc man.
Kor the benefit of those new htudents
who dont know, his address is north
west cor 11th and O, room I. up stairs
THE SHIIlT MAKER
makes dress shirts
tht fit. All who ap
preciate a pool fitting shirt of any
kind should see him.
Rooms 5 and 6. 1012 0 Street.
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anythiue else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
M. ('. A. Bap.bkk Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
1220 () St., and you will wear
a smile. Commutation tickets at a dis
A Pound of
Good Irish Linen for 25c
Ripple Bond, white 40c
Ripple Bond, blue 40c
Envelopes to Match.
Invitation and Regret Papers.
Something ohoioo n Tally Curdb. -
We have a Complete Line
of SCHOOL SUPPUHS.
Wilson & Hall,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
113 3 0 STREET.
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait and Lansdcape Photographer
139 South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
OALLERY ESTABLISHED 1871. .
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Pree. 'Prices Reasonable.
238Q Street; jffgf-
DRi J. Si MCNAYp So?. iJmaTo&X
n !- 5,000 seta of teeth. A good set of
UBntlSIl teeth, $5.oo. 22-K Gold crown 3.
in 1 aft Craa Silver filllnas 50 cents and
1214 U OtrBlll up. Gold filTlnBsSi.op and
liUnnill l,P' Teeth extracted without pain
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Square meals ab Francis ilro..
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th Bt.
$1.25 kid gloves 98c at The Famous.
1-:i off on millinery at The Famous.
Dr Woodward. occulist.Uich'ds hllc.
Buy your unclcrwaro at The Famous
Meals 1.1c, Fales restaurant, 13M O.
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114
Ho. 11 th st.
Tlie class in (Jcolojry 1 has complet
ed the study of Glaciers.
Sec Westei field Tor the latest Wni
hair cut. 117 Mo. 13th st.
Lindsevs for pipes, canes, cigars,
tobacco and all smoker's artlclqp.
Up-to-date is every way; tlioso ex
quisite photos a Bass' 1020 n street.
Walk over shoes for men; Soros 1 8
for women. Webster K Rogers 101U
First class pianos at honest prices
from Matthews; Piano Co., 1120 O
Yurv Swell. The terraced
shoo for laaies, at Webster X:
gers. 10 Ki O street.
l)ean"Uecse will begin li I-h. lectures
to the Juniors on the legal slclo of
medical jurisprudence in a short
Fleming has tho very latest in Jew
elry, silver wear, canes umbreljas and
Uni. pins. Callers always welcome,
1211 O street.
Tho following new Tnenfbcrs" havo
been voted In tho Delian Literary
Socioty. Misses Edholm and Meeker,
Messrs. Llndcrman, Unci), Hoar and
A. E. Pannaleo formerly manager
of the Nebraskan visited at the Delta
Tan Delta house Saturday. Ho is
connected with tlie stall' of one of the
A part of tho list of nev library
books whicti were namea in Friday's
Daily, havo been catalogued. The
others will soon bo placed at the dis
posal of tho students.
Misses Cora and Uara Wakler will
spona Sunday at their home at
Plattsmouth. and will spend the
Thanksgiving recess with Miss Anna
Maxwell at her homo In Fremont.
;itllsreportcd that a "co-ed" has
maao;itsappearanco'at homo or John
D. Dasonbrock, some time since, j
This explains cno peculiar unlntelllg-1
Iblo smilowhlch ho lias been wearing
for tho last fow days. I
Ihe Bunscn Humors whlcli have
Doon In uso In tho Domestic Solrnco
Kltohen8lhavo2beeu replaced bj; near
Circular burners which give a "more
oven flamo and aro much more satls
factorvlfor tho work in winch thoy
lb may bo Interesting to so mo to
loam that the Ilaskell coacli, Alfred
Ellick is a "Nebraska boy and was
graduated from tho Fremont High
School In '05. Ho went to Ann Arbor
where he recolvcd his football traln
liio. A largo number of lilsFromont
friends including rolatives will bo
down to tho game Thursday to see
4ilni try to ueat out Nebraska.
Tho difficulty of introducing Eng
lish into tho schools of tho Philip
pines Is not so areat as has been
Imagined. Of six hundred native
teachers who attended tho prelimi
nary normal school of Manila, sixty
could speak English and a lareo per
cent of tho romalnder could under
stand instruction In tho common
branchos when given in English.
The English language is to bo taught
In every school and native teachers
are to have the benefit of an hours
instruction m the samo each dav.
There are two things which make
the introduction or the lnnguago es
pecially easy, first, the eagerness of
tho people to learn, and Rerond. the
capability which the Filipino child
has lor acquiring languages.
Hrlcfsfor debates will ue duo at 2
pm. on the following dates:
Dec. aebato, Dec. 2.
Dej. 11 debate, Dec. 2.
Dec. i:i debate, Dec. .).
Dec. 10 debate, Dee. 0.
Dec. 18 debate, Dec. l.
Dec. 20 debate, Dec. 10.
Jan. i debate Dec. 10.
Jan. H debate Dec. 17.
Jan. 10 debato, Dec. 18.
M. M. FOG;.
ENGLISH 11 A.
In the eulogv, the class will road at
once George William Curtls's "Wen
dell Phillips" (See Curtls's "Ora
tions and Addresses" on reserve shelf
at the right of the aelivcry desk. )
M. M. FOGG.
Weather report for 21 hours en iin'
7 pin. Sunday.
Highest tempciaturo 4 degrees,
Lowest temperature, 111 degrees,
occurlng at 5:30 am.
Moan temperature, 41 degrees,
which is ." deurecs jibovc the normal.
GEO. A. LOV ELAND.
Our Milliard Parlor
is up-to-date-and absolutely
free from immoral influence.
Phone 586. POWELL'S, 146 N. 1 itli
Our New Location.
Corner nth and M Sts.
TRUMAN BROS., Pfopr's.
irWShii-ts, 5e; Collara, 2q; Cuffs, 4c.
Call and see our new plant" Phone 85.
Particular Men I
Will find our stock of
flj patterns quite up-to-date $
sind high class. We cater to
$ to those who appreciate to
Or first class work.
B Prices consistent with be6t work. to
Nebr. Pant and Suit Co.,
3 143 North Thirteenth.
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If You Appreciate
First class candy and aro
willing to give our products a
trial, we are satisfied that you
will be pleased. Wo aim to
put up such a class of goods
as Khali bring our customers
R. W. MAXWELL CO.
Makers :K1 do J CiiJolntss.
um O Rlroot nnd 200 South 11th Streot
472-4 78 Uronilivny
Albany, New York
Makers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Colleges and
Universities. Illustrated Manual,
sample prices, etc., on request.
Gowns for the pulpit and bench.
we are now
jI TlrorongiT tet last Beasorr
by a i'ew of tho leading play
ors, they unanimously declare
them the best cleats ever put
on a shoe. Insist upon hav
ing them for your shoos.
Everything for football
Head harness.' ankle brace,
shin guards. Handsome il
lustrated Catalogae free.
A Q. Spalding & Bros. Incorporated;
New York Chicago Denver
Spalding's Offlcial Football tluide for
lOOl, oditcd by Walter Camp, price lCe
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