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THE DAILY NKBRA8KAN.
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlo 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rich
Ardfl Block, Telephone 535. Residence.
1810 O Street, Telephone L984.
SR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
Street. Telephone 618.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. 8., Dentist.
Itfulpe and Crown work. Ofllce
room 7. over Rock Island ticltet ofllce.
Compliments of the
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students. Football
team especially invilcjd to call and pn
jov a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 139 South Tenln.
A Close Shave
A hair cut. or anything else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barren Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
clean your suits with iSfftBoK
J 1222 0 Street. Phone A672
1 Hill & Co.
117 SSJ.Mtfc P. E- DePUTRON
What Do You
In the line of fiction,
that you would like
to have? Come in
and look over our
stock. It's always
Wilson & Hall
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
1123 0 STREET.
1514 0 St.
YOU CAN FIND IT
By inserting a notice in the Daily Ne
br&akan at one cent a word per insertion.
High Class Work
SEtfl) TO TIIK
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry'a, 12D N. 11th.
Fine furB, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th Bt.
C. E. Hrown, dentist, -Burr block.
Steele, the furrier, 143 S. 12th st.
Dr. Woodward, ooculist, Ilich'ds blk,
Edward Ftinko has withdrawn froru
Bass Photographic Studio. 1020 O
utreet. Tsono better.
Miss Kathorlo Sorlinnok visited
the Pi 1'hl girls over Sunday.
Minnesota nefeated Illinois
their annual debate hold rccotly.
For Bheot music and supplies go
to the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
Mr. Strahorn, '01, ib In Lincoln.
Ho exDects to teach tho remainder of
Clinton Barr. '00. has been elected
Principal of schools at Oakdalo. His
work bean yesterday morning.
A number of calls for teachers
was received d urine the holidays and
soveral still remain unfilled.
Arrangements have been made for
the lighting of the vault of the li
brary stack room, from tho University
Final cximantion will bein Mon
day, January 27, and will continue
through tho entire week. Schedules
have alroadv been posted.
Last Satuidav's "Courier" it con
tains the plcturo of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. F. Boomer with nwtice of Mr.
Boomer's work in the educational
Professor Grumnuin has taken
charge or tho voung people's class at
the Unitarian ohurch. Tho history
of the christian church is now tho
topic of study.
A. W. Gilbert is rapidly recovering
from tho ollccts of a surglcallonera
tlon. which was performed at tho
city hospital, January 3. Hewlll
be out again in a few days.
Mr. Crabt.oo inapo-jted tho high
BChoole of Hlue Springs, Beatrice and
Red Cloud Inst u !.
Tho membership committees of
tho Y. M. C. A. will meet Tues
day, January II, at chapel tiinu.
Tho HiL'h School ,r Hot Springs,
South Dnkotn, hn iipitod to be pluerd
upon tho accredited list to tho Univor-oity.
Bpoelal Attention at Tnn to riUeaiek of we
nd nil mufflcnl li8onno. X-ray oiaralnatU
with no d Ileum fort or Injury to patlatt. Br
rrthlnc n homelike ai poitlhle. Board a4
1117 L ST. LINCOLN.
F. O. Boot PM. TeUpboa
In tho hist number of "Science" Dr.
Cements review r h rreont book entitl
ed Alabama P'unt Lifo" by tho lute J
Ur. C buries Mohr,
Tho nnnual removal of the comploto
periodical liht of the Library wan made
Wednesday. Over six hun.lrvd dollars
wero soiit in BiitiHoriptioiis for the yoar
Rev. Mr MansB has prosonted the
library with a volume of Tho Amorican
Church History which i doubtlesH a
valuaolo reference book for classes in
Thoso students in Physic I having
sixty poinds will bo oxcused from fur
ther work thisfiomestor, Those having
loss than forty pomtn, may, if they de
sire, arrange for extra work.
A storm sash has boon placed on tho
win lows of the botany buctenological
laboratory for the belter protection of
tho rather delicate plant growths that
aro under investigation thore.
Professor Bossey has just completed
a paper entitled. "The Structure and
clasHiGontiou of the Conjirgate" Tor
publication in tho Transactions of the
American Microecoficil Po ioty.
Dr. Vou Schrenk, a botanist of wide
reputation, Iihb written that he will bo
in Lincoln next Thurslay. He will
speak to tho Hon icuitural Societyvin
tho morning and later in tho day will
meet the members of tho Botanical
Professor He6sev has a snmple of an
im per Bivo minimum t hTiiomenter
v ich ho is having tested by ,he
V . ither Bureau' It is to be used in
tie I work in Botany in cam- it proves
to tie reliable, for which perpuse a eon
aid rable number will be purchased.
A number of' University students
have boon working at Norfolk, dur
Ing tho past fall. Arthur Sims, '99,
Is Instructor In sciences In tho high
school. At the Sugar Factory C. L.
Streeter. fprraer University student
was head chemist. A. F. Strahorn.
'00, and E. L. Bridge, were assistants
in tho Laboratory. W. G. Hlltor
was Beet obomlst. Guy Barnes, '01.
was the Huperltendont's clerk.
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eye Examined T rtt. Prlcea Ueatoruibla.
12380 Street, LSr
The Pioneer .
Finest of Toilets
First class Service
W. .1. WHJTFOHD. I'ltoiMiiKToir
ll.'i South 11th St . Lincoln, Neb
Is the stuff
made of. It's,
five cents a.
R. W. MAXWELL CO.
tiir. O Rtroet and 20(5 South 11th Street
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AIIiiiii). Nn York
Makers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To the American Collegea and
Universities. Illustrated Manual,
sample prices, etc., on request.
Gowns for the pulpit and bench.
The Installment Tailor, I
115 North 11th.
BESrOF RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait art LaHstfcape ftetegrapier
ia .Sautti nth Street.
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