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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN.
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlco 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rich
ards Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
1310 Q 8treet, Telephone L984.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louiso Flanagan; Office, 141 8outb
12th Streot. Tolephono 618.
P. DAVIS. D. D. S.. Dentist.
I unutfc nnu trown wont, umce
room 7, over Roclc Island ticket oftlcu.
Compliments of the
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the University students. Football
team especially invited to call and en
joy a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exercise Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 13!) South Tontn.
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or any thins elee
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. O. A. Barb Kit Shop,
13TH AND 1 STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
t Hill & Co. 5. J
clean your suits with IftScK
1222 0 Street. Phone A672
117 SV.,,t,, 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
braakan at one cent a word per insertion.
High Class Work
SEND TO THE
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Flno furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Tho Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th at.
C. V). Ilrown, dentibt, Burr block.
Steele, the furrier, 113 S 12th st.
Dr. Woodward, r oculist, llich'ds blk
Tho English club meets January 18
with Miss Fox.
Bass Photographic Studio. 1020 O
ctrect. iSono better.
A special Pain of shoos at Webster
& Rocerfi. 104.T O street.
The time Is drnwlne near "for the
law theses to bo handed In.
Professor Provov'K class in charities
inppctcd the asylum last Saturday.
Miss Carney will return to her home
In Sutton at tho end of this somestor.
For shoot music and supplies co
to tho Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
O. G. Home will ivo an exhibi
tion two mile run Saturday after
noon at '3 o'clock.
The basket ball class has ' been ro
duced in numbers. This has been
necessary in order to mvo the best
men as much practico fts possible.
The llrst year Domestic Sclenco
airls are working with cheese this
week In tho form of welsh rarebit,
cheese straws, a tin chceso coquettes.
Thomas A. Smith, one of Nebras
ka's cadets at West Point, has been
found deficient, and his name has
been dropped from the rolls of tho
Miss Margaret Ilauuhawrout. agrad
uate of Hastings College and a reanor
in cnglish in the University, has been
appotlnod instructor in cnglish in
tho Lincoln Academy.
A lot of binding for the library has
just been received which includes
107 volumes of tho publications of
the Early English Toxt Society,
handsomely bound in red and black
morocco. This shipment completes
the library set of these publications
which are so important for tho work
of tho department of Englsih literature.
Of courso you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Phi Delta Phi entertained the
now members with a smoker at tho
Phi Kapna Psi house Wednesday ev-oulng.
Tho department of chemistry has
recently installed in the assay room,
new water-distilling apparatus of
A haedsomo now mirror has been
placed in the woman's locker room of
the gymnasium. It was purchased by
contr'butions from the girls them
selves. Tho latest volume of stories by'' Jan
Maclarcn'' has Just reached tho li
brary. It is called "Young Barbari
ans" and deals with school lifo in
Miss Flora I'M for. '!), has been
chosen principal of the Falls City
high school to till the vacancy caus
oci by the resignation or C. D.
Professor Dam, spoke Wednesday to
the students of the Lincoln Academy
on "What wo owe to Greek Civiliza
tion." IIo emphasized freedom of
thought ann beauty of form.
The librarian or the law Horary has
been successful in locating the books
which were taken from the library.
Tho dismissal or tho guilty parties
from school vlll probably be the re
sult. Complete sets of the reports of the
supreme courts or Nevada, Oregon,
Montana and Washington up to tho
beginning or tho Western Reporter
system havo just been received by the
Most of the inn who were here at
tpnnlng the meetings of the Horti
cultural Society have visited tho
farm during their stay in town.
They all express themselves as well
pleased with the new scientific meth
The young laoies or the second year
Domestic Science class, are each to
prepare and servo three meals this
year, breakrast. luncheon and dinner.
Each will do tho marketing for her
own meals. Tho girls will work out
the percentage or carbohyd rates, fats
and oils in tho three meals they
servo, comparing thorn with tho
standard for each meal.
The debaters are hard at work now
on tho preliminaries for the inter
state contests. The librarian has pre
pared an excluslvo bibliography of
tho reciprocity Question rith Miss
ouri, which has been printed and dis
tributed among tho contestants. It
Is especially full in its references to
the government document literature
om tho subject and to tho best peri
odical articles. r
L. J. Herzog,
1032 0 STREET.
Allow inc the privilege of
ngain calling your attention
to my line of Woolens which
1 am sel ing in
These fabrics are onque.s- V
tiunubiy tho swi Host i.i the
city nnd my line is uIsd the
most gorgi(Hih. Allow mc
to show you these goods be-fo.-c
miking your purchases
till yji vili always feel In
dchtwl to :
$3.50, $4.50, $5.50.
L. J. Herzog:
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Tree. Price Reoionnble.
1 238 O Street, '-S-.
The Pioneer . ,
Firbt class Service
W. .1. WJIITFOni), PnoiMtiETOir
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Is the stuff
made of. It's
five cents a
r; w. maxwell cc.
uirt O fltrcot and 200 South 11th StreoK
BEST OP RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait aid Laasdcape Photographer
139 5outb nth Street,
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