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THE DAILY NKBRASKAN.
I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
T R. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloe 1100
tJ O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rioh
ards Blook, Telephone 535. Residence,
1810 Q Street, Telephone L984.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Mt
Louise Flanagnn; Office, 141 South
12th Street. Tolephon 618.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. 8., Dentist.
Bridge and Crown work. Oflice
room 7, over Rock Island ticket ofllcu.
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 139 So. Tenth
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or any thins: else
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
117 5- P. E. DcPUTRON
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 ST&ET.
1514 0 St.
h .The Only Stadente sra'iSM
i rcairacDi mj
Prices to Co
This'SHOULD be your PUCE
At 218 No. IKh.
The Daily Nebraska.!
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 12 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 143 S 12th st.
Dr. Ketchum, occullst; glasses
Tho University Dancing club gavo
a dancing party Friday night.
Dr. Woodward occullst, Richards blk.
W.W. Jones, '01, of Dunbar is visit
ing University friends.
Eat at Don Cameron's ,11b so. 11th
The class In Geology will moot In
the old chapel this somester.
The Delian Literary sociaty enjoy
ed a sieignlim party Tuesday evening.
For sheet music and supplies go
to the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
Thomas N. Fleming, of Sutton, was
nitiated into Alpha Theta Chi
Miss Neva Taylor, '02, has been un
able to take her semester examina
tions owing to severe illness.
Palace Dining hall for good meals.
You" will find all second semestor
books and other supplies at Brown
Drug and Book Co, 127 So. 11th st.
A fourth laboratory period has
been arranged, for Thursday after
noon, to accomdate the students in
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
Fred K. Nloisen. '02, having finished
his college course has accepted the
prlnclpalship or tho Elmwood school.
Ho Jelt for Elmwood Saturday to be
gin bis labors as a pedagogue.
Bert Gordon, '01, general agent for a
storioptlcan.vlew company was on the
campus Saturday. He is visiting the
colleges of the west in the interest
of his firm.
Miss May Whiting spent a part of
last reek at Lawrence, Kansas,
where she visited the chapter of Kap
pa Kappa Gamma. The visit was
made in her capacity as grand secre
tary of the orority.
Of course you'll have to beep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal. Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Word has been received from Cap
tain Smoke to tho effect that ho will
not bo ablo to tako up bis work as
commandant until tho mlddlo' of tho
woek, on account of ill hoalth. Ho
Is expected to arrive In Lincoln Wednesday.
Manager Teach has arranged with
Manager McCutcheon for a game of
basketball between tho senior and
tho Bophomore teams. Thin will be
tho first viiass game of tho Boason
and will bo played Friday, Feruary 14,
aB a part of the gymnasium exhibi
tion on the Charter Day program;
eooa hard praotloo Is preparing the
toams for an exciting contest.
Delta Up8lIon entertainodinformally
Saturday evening at tho chapter
houso. Eleventh and C streets. Tboso
present were: MIsbos Millar, Homor
ick, Cascboer, Archibald. Parks,
States, Cady, Mackin, Murray.
Vertrees. Doweoso, Chambers, Tib
bets, Florenco Parks; Messrs.
II. Benedict, Elliot. Andoreon,
Lundin, Lusslor, Lester, Llpp, Clin
ton. Kauzler. WHboo. M. Ronodlct
Nye, Ilagenslck, Hall, Forsythe,
Clark and Parks. Tho party was
chaperoned by Mr. and Mre. Metcalf
and Mr. and Mrs. Flnnarty.
C. E. Ilrown, dentist. Burr block
The Y. W. C. A. has Instituted a
system of group socials. Each mem
ber of the Social committee has
charge of one social and a different
group of girls is invited each time.
Care is taken to havo some of tho
new Y.W.C.A. mombers invited to
each of these socials.
The first of the series took place
Saturday afternoon in tho Y.W.C.A.
room in the rorm of a kenslngton.
About, thirty girls were present with
their fancy-work. They had a very
enjoyable time getting acquainted
with each other In a way that the
Y.W. girls havo seldom accomplished.
Cocoa and wafers were served. It Is
hoped, by means of these socials to
enable the members to get better ac
auainted with each other.
Dr. Woodward aurlst, Richards blk.
Tho Delian and Union Literary So
cieties gave a joint reception Friday
evening in Union hall to Mr. and
Mrs. J .F. Boomer who were recently
married and will soon leave for the
Philippines. Mr. Boomer leaves next
week and his wife will follow later.
Mr. Boomer was a member of the
Delian society and Mrs. Boomer, (nee
Esther Prey) uf the Union. Mr.
Garrett and Miss Masters receiveo.
the guests at tho door and introduo-v
ed Ihem ;to honored guests of; the
evening. Miss Taloott sang two
ooautlful solos, bhort talks were
given by H. M. Garrett and R. C.
James and responses by Mr. and Mrs.
Boomer. Light refreshments were
served at one end of the hall.
New and Second Hand
Books of All Kinds.
The Largest Stock of
Second Hand Uni.
Text Books in
Supplies of all kinds
Are worn by the University
of Ne'iraska Students. There
are none belter.
THE HENDERSON-AMES CO.,
A new fo-d ha, alighted In town.
U-pUlee. U pi-da t
In iu uf-hMkieit tailor-made gown.Upl tiel-da I
The buy. are -lid, and p, , loo
You never uw Uih a hulU-ba loo.
CHOKUH. - U pl-deel-deeMa I etc.
Her voice l rlear at a soaring lark'i
And her wit It like thote trolley -car 'parka I
Whe cro t lmi(i,y rce ,,le ,
The Uy all have connlmion fil. I
The turn of her head turn all our. too
There' lwa . a Mrfr to si, i fKW ,
I 1 enough to make a parvoii drunk
To hear her alng old coia-clie-lunk I
The ahove, and three other NKW verses to U.PI DPP
.iw... JTr .1 . L'K'ir- up-lo-nate. to many
other of the pojnilar OLD FAMILIAH TUNMS- be-
aldcaoLDl-AVOHlTES.andalw many nkwsonus.
SONGS OF ALL TOE COLLEflRR
OWtK t Pric, $rjo, postpaid. ,
HINDS & NOBLE. Pobli.ben, New York City.
ot-.w.ww of ail fuMuhtrt at on ttcrt.
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENT.
Piftrait aid Uisfcape Pkettf ntfKJr
io 4MU 1 tli Street,
UlSqOMHi .-. " NEBRASKA.
CALL6RY BSTABU5HBD 1871.
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