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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY If
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Onioo 1100
O Streot, RoomB 212-213-214 Rich
ards Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
1B10 G Street, Tolophone L984.
DR. BEN J. P. BAILEY; Dr. Mar
Louise Flanagan; Office, HI South
12th Street. Telephone 618.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. S., Dentist.
Hridtfc and Crown work. Office
room 7, over Rock Island ticket office.
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 130 So. Tenth
A Close Shave
A haircut, or anything clee
yon want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
Get y o u i
relined, repaired and refitted at
the same old stand,
N.E.Cor. llth&OSts. 'Phone 708
7 ;,tk 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.
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 12 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steolo, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 143 S 12th st.
Dr. Ketchum, oocullBfc; passes
Georgo Gage, of Fremont, la pledKCd
to Delta Tau Delta.
Dr. Woodward occullst, Richards blk.
Robert Mathow, who was out of
school last semester, registered last
week for university work.
B Invitations are out for a partj to
be Riven by the PI Rota Phis at
Walsh hall on February 11.
Miss Tompleton finished her work
In the Univerlsty and will leavo Lin
coln sometime this week.
Eat at Don Cameron's ,11b so. 11th.
For sheet music and supplies co
to the Muthcws Piano Co., 1120 O
Miss Mary Crozler and her brother
Frank spent part ot examination
week with their parents in Iowa.
Miss Nettle Burlingaino left Satur
day for her homo i n Sutton. She
will not oe In school next semester.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th 8t.
You will find all second Bemester
books and other supplies at Brown
Drug and Rook Co, 127 So. 11th st.
Captain Samuel a. Smoke, the
new commandant, will arrive at tho
University today and will take
charge of the affairs of tho military
department at onco.
Palace Dining hall for good meals.
J. Rhodes Longley has been suffer
ing for tho past few days with conges
tion of tho lungs. It was feared
pneumonia would sot in but he Is
Tho College Settlement board is
now busily cngauea in tho sale of
tickots for tho lecturo to bo given by
Miss Clara Morris at tho Auditorium
next Thursday evening. Half of
tho proceeds of tills lecture will go
to the college settlement board.
C. E. Brown, dentist. Burr block.
Schuyler Miller writes from Paris
that ho and Mr. Shedd are enjoying
themselves. Mr. Miller thinks the
French talk like Chinamen and they
talk so fast that It requires much
patience ana porsovoranco on bis part
to understand them.
Of courso you'll have lo keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and Q Streets
Miss Pound addrosBed a claw? at
Wesleyan University last week.
Tho Palladians indulged In a sloigh
rldo last Friday night instond of
their usual literary meeting. At half
past eight a big bob-sold loft tho
university with a load Of young
people, who for two hours and a half
kept up their noise behind the jinar
llng or sloigh-bolls. At cloven o'clock
tho party stopped at tho homo of
Clara Fowler in bouth Lincoln. Af
ter a short musical program refresh
ments were served and the sled was
again brought Into service to tako
tho travelors home.
Dr. Woodward aurlst, Richards blk.
CIIARTER DAY EXERCISES.
The annual oharor nay program will
be hold a week from next Friday.
On the evening of that day tho com
mencement adaress will be dellvored
by don. John C. Black and tho mid
year degree will bo conferred. In tho
morning tho alumni organ will bo
formally presented to the univer
sity. The, exorcises'wlll bctrin Thursday
by tho opening of tho electrical ex
hibit In tho armory and by tho an
nual lecturo bofore tho society of
Sigma .XI in tho evening
Oront X-Iiay Machine.
Dr. R. T. White of Allegheny has
Juat had conatructed tho largest X-ray
machine in the world. It haa twenty
six revolving plates 30 Inches In diam
eter, and is driven by a two-horse
power motor. Tho voltage is 1,000,000
and the spark Is a solid 22 inch In
length. Tho next largest machine 1b
In Bellovue hospital, New York, which
has IG plates with diameters of 26
inches. Tho coat of tho entire plant
was about 5,000. Dr. Whlto expects
to roduco photographic exposures from
a half hour to three or four minutes,
and will mako original rosearchos in
skin diseases and cancerous affections.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Toothsome Acorns In Spnln.
In reference to the excellent and nut
like flavor of tho acorns of tho Ilex,
which the men of the Golden Age were
supposed to havo lived upon, and
which havo none of tho bitterness of
the common oak's fruit, the writer ie
Informed by one who has a wJde
knowledge of old Spain and especially
of Don Quixote's country, that there is
an oak there producing acorns two and
one-half inches long of most admirable
flavor. These are tho acorns which
Sancho Panza's wife sent to the duch
ess, as a specimen of -the "natural
commodities" of her neighborhood. It
Is on these acorns that tho pigs are
fattened which supply the celebrated
Spanish hams, said to be tho very best
produce of the pig in any shape or
country. We always wonder why Eng
lishmen so seldom seem to settle In
Spain, a country full of flno scenery,
with most interesting posstbflities in
the way of growing cattle, swine and
Bheep, and absolutely the finest sport
ing country in Europe, except tho Car
pathian side of Hungary. Perhaps now
that It is becoming the fashion for
tourists to go there some may stay to
nettle, and Anglicise a portion of th4
peninsula. London Exchange.
New and Second Hand
Books of All Kinds.
The Largest Stock of
Second Hand Uni.
Text Books in
Supplies of all kinds
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
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