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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1901)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
We can interest the student in
Wood and Coal
SCHAUPP & HURD,
0'e: 10 South IV St. Phones, 382-7t)3-70r,.
gg PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
TR HAGGARD, M. D. Ofllco 1100
O Stroot, Rooms 212 213-214 Rich
nrds Block, Tolophono 535. Residence,
1310 G 8treot, Telephone L984.
DR BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louise Flanagan; Olllco, 141 South
1,2th Streot. Telophono G18.
I DAVIS. I). D. S., Dentist.
b . i ,i - i tn .
itrmiic iinu ruwn wurn. vinei"
room 7, over Uock Island ticket office.
Compliments of the
NLW UNCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students. Foot bull
teuui especially invited o call and en
joy a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rates given.
John N. Cain, Propr., 134 South Tenth
When in need of tailoring, repairing
or cleaning in lh clothing liuc that
C. EHLERS Is the man
For the benefit of thoso new students
who dont know, his address is north
west cor 11th and (), room 1, up stairs
Uncalled For Shirts
HARPER, Tho Shirt Makor, 1012 St.
be sure it is right in price,
too, from G. R. Wolf & Co.
1039 O Street
A Close Shave
A haircut, or anything else
yon want a barber to do for
you, at the
M. (J. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
f j AT THE
1230 () St., and 'ou will wear
a smile. Commutation tickets at a dis
We are making a spec-
ial this month on
Investigation means a
purchaser. Rver y
purchase here carries
with it absolute satis
I F. E. VOELKER,
ja Twelfth and N Streets.
Local and Personal.
Ent at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele. 143 So. 12th.
Oyster soup 5c at Francis Urns.
$1.2.") kid gloves at Tho Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31C So. 12th at.
('. E. Brown dentist, H.irt block.
Stctle, the furrter in So. 12th st.
December magazines at The Co-Op.
Prang's Art Cilandars at Brown's.
Buy your underwear at The Famous.
Dr Woodward, occullst, Klch'ds blk.
The Music Lovers' scries ol Books
Phi Gamma Delta
en bet tun
M. Finlay is expected to bo
school next semester.
The latest in the University hair
cut at Westerticlas.
Come now for your Lhristmas pho
togiaphs. Townsend's Elite Studio.
For Sheet Music and Supplies you
can do best at the Matthews Piano
Co.. 1120 () St.
Stop at Bass' studio for your
Christmas photos and see the water
J. . Crabtrcc and Editor Towno
of tho Nebraska Teacher visned tho
schools In Omaha last Friday. They
were the guests of Superintendent
Did wiur shoes ever pinch your
fcctv Hard to look pleasant then
isn't it-" Sandersons shoes lit your
feet eveiy time.
The chemistry department ' has re
ceived a large now automatjic'cbpper
still to be used in water,
which will bo installed in the Assay
Cautain Koehler is out of basket
ball lor tha present on account Ql n
torn linger nail. lie sulTereu the In
jury playing football.
.The chemistry museum has recent
ly received a set of pigments and
bron.s wlilc.h havo ooan presented by
M. J. Waugh ot tho Lincoln Paint
and Color Coupany.
The best place in town to buy barn
coal is from the Union Fuel Co.
Why? Because they sell and deliver
tho Lehigh Coal. Thero is nothing
better, nothing Just as good. Our
ofllce Js 1014 O bt.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon will give a
smokor Friday evening December 13,
at tho cliapccr Iiouho, 321 North Kith
Phi Kappa Psl will entertain at a
houso party, Friday ovoning, Decem
ber 13. at the chapter house, 1005 K
Dr. Lucky's cla&s In systoms of ed
ucation has began the study of Amer
Professor ('aid wells clnss in Recent
Problems is making a thorough study
All material; Tor the Senior Book
must be in by December 1.1. Tho
book committo ls'husy re-cdltlng tho
various writ cups.
Everyscnlor whooxpcctsto tako
his degree In February '02 request
ed to report at tho registrar's 0ITI00
"The registrar 'has Just .finished a
complete list of tho-students, connec
ted with tho University up to De
cember 12, with tholr address. "
MrsA. S. Raymond, Mrs. C. H.
Morril and Mrs. Wlllard Kimball en
tertained In lionoQif PI Bota Phi
at bhe'home ofj Mrs. Raymond.
ThoT mineral collections of tho
State- museum havo been increased
by a donation from Dr. M. H. Evor
ott, of a few oresrrom Guernsey, Wy
oming. Some partly iccredated sohoolsln
tho state havo;rceelvedBots"of dupll
cato specimens .from thegeologlcal
collection of Charlesn7"Morrll),'and
during the past I week collections
havolbeen made-up for" twclveTaJ
ditlonal' schools by; MissBarhour,
assisted by Miss; Webster.
Wo would advise you to get a copy
0 f "Turn ble V eed.s' ' as ftoonaspos
Bibl for tho indications areTtliat ,they
are going toroli out of tho market
about as fast as the real thing rolls
before a brisk gale.
ATaTgtaTTirls being" made tor tho
Mechanical Engineering department.
Jtjs to be used in measuring and
condensing water in engine test
ing. It will be placed in tho labora
tory. Professor Mctcalf has been uHsigntnif
totho'class r iTi'iabbratory Physiology
for; particular exporlmepts. Tho
most original suggestion?"8 made
by one of the young women, lb is
hoped that" lb" may bo carrle'd into
effect during tho year. ZZZZZL
"The Union Pacific, will sellTlokcts
on, Its lines for the Holidays, at Great
ly Reduced rates.
For dates of sales, limits and nolnts
to which tickets will bo sold, apply to
E. B. Slosson Agpnt.
Are something out of
the ordinary and really
worth your attention.
We have a complete
line at prices ranging
from twenty-five cents,
to four dollars. Our
framed pictures are also
worthy of your notice.
Your inspection Is in
vited. Miller & Paine.
Are you goln;? to buy
If so, don't forget to took through
E. HAL LETT'S
tr decant Ktonk of
1? Diamonds, Watches, 1
J) Clocks, Jewelry. GZ;
ausniug aiwcr Ware,
Hold Head Canes. &
Umbrellas, Cut (llass Ware, g;
Opera (Masses, and '
Everything usually kept in a
first class jewelry 8torc.
Itc member the place
j IMli-ll v 1 1&
11 n O St., under Funk Opera ?&
We have them.
Come in and look over
"vBoolrs, toys every thing-
you cah thi,lk of in our line-
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
la3 O STREET.
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
!f Ih6ne F357.
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