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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1902)
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THE DAILT XJEBRABKAN.
!S PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Omoo 1100
0 Streot, Rooms 212-213-2H Rich
ards Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
1810 G StreAt, Telephone L984.
DR. BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louise Flnnapnn; Ofllco, 141 South
L2th Streot. Tolephono G18.
LP. DAVIS. I). D. H., non list.
Bridge and Crown work. OHiee
room 7, over Rock Island ticket office.
NEW LINCOLN HOWLINC, ALLEY
lTN I V EUSIT Y STP DENTS
Club rates iven.
John S. Cain, Propr., l.V.J So. Tenth
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything cIro
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. ( A. Barhkr Shop,
13TH AND I STREETS.
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait and Lansdcape Photographer
iao South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
OALLERV ESTABLI5MED 1871.
A Tennis for your Dining
Room Tabic is the latest
rage. We have all kinds
Wilson & Hall,
Booksellers and Stationers, 1123 0 St.
AT 218 No. IITH,
For students' convenience I carry a
line of Furnishings The a for 25c
Fancy Hose cannot he equaled any
where. Phoine "L" 1028.
1514 0 St.
Local and Personal,
Jiat at Hendry's, 1? N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier,
C. E. Brown, dertist. Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th Bt.
Palace Dining ball for good meals.
Eat at Don Cameron's ,118 so. 11th.
Get an up-to-date university hair
cut at Westerflelds.
Miss Clara YounKcrs spent Sunday
at her home In Geneva.
R. C. James, '02, Is spending a few
days with his undo at Columbus.
The junior anrual board will
probably be announced this week.
Miss Pcarlc Mead, '0.'). visited over
Sunday with Her parents at Omaha.
For sheet music and supplies no
to the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
P. J. Antes is visiting unlveristv
frlenas. He took Ills B. n. Charter
Miss Carrie Barbour and Mrs Cas
sins A. Fisher designed the Memorial
tablet for the university Alumni
Clyde McClaln ex '02 of Grand
Island wason tho campus yesterday,
lie Is In town for the state telephone
Superlntendant Fulmer of Pawnee
City schools brought his senior class
up to the Charter day oxerclscs, and
to lookjver tho university.
About 2.") students havo registered
for American History ,'JG a, a now
course in administrative law given
by Mr. Cook. The extraordinary lejjal
remedies will be studied.
Dr. Woodward aurlst, Richards blk.
P. B. Weaver, who took both his
academic and law degrees Friday,
expectB to begin the practice of law
at Fails City this week, fie went
down last weoic and engaged hisoftlce
Commandant Smoke has been kept
busy the past week maKlng arrange
ments for his placo of residence
and has therefore as yet given out no
orders regarding changes which will
be made. It Is very probable bow
ovor. that no material changes will
be made Id the organization of tho
battalion. Commandant Smoke is a
Arm believer in a compentent staff
and wllj doubtless make some
changes here If he sees that there is
an opportunity to lncroaso the
efllcienov of the corps of officers.
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winder
Gregory, the Coal Man
Dan Gutlebon loft early this mor
ning for Caro, Michigan, to begin
work with tho Oxqard Construction
Company. Ho will bo ongaged In
drawing and surveying work for tho
company. During tho presont year
ho has been oannooted with tho uni
versity both as a student and as
Instructor In mechanical drawing.
Ho graduatod from tho classical
course In 181)0 and returned to tako
up his engineering studies.
.J. F. Boomer, MMV, loft yestorday
for tho Philippines vla.Now York. Ho
will bo gono two years and will be
employed as a teacher of English In
the schools ot Luzon. Ho' sails on
tho "McClellan" February 22.
Filmer Shlnbur, a former member of
tho class of '02, who Is now In the
government service In Cuba has writ
ten friends that he lias beon trans
ferred from Havana to tho Columbia
Harraoks about six miles from tho
former place. It will bo remernbored
that thoro Is whore tho famous 7th
U. S. Cavalry Is stationed. Mr. Shln
bur Is highly pleased witli his work.
Ho expects to start uuon a trip
around tho Island In a few day going
by way of the north coast around to
tho oast end of the Island and return
ing from the south. Stops will be
made at most of the Important towns
of the interior, the principal ono be
ing at Santiago do Cuba. Mr. Shln
bur Is at present engaged with other
engineers In the preparation of a mil
itary map of the island.
Dr. Woodward oculist. Uichards blk.
Miss Frances Bovnon, who will
appear hoio with Innes and bis band
on Tonight at tho Oliver is prob
ably tno most distinctive sing
er on tho American concert stago.
Sho has a soprano voico of rich
carrying quality and limpidity of
tone which sharply reminds one
of Sebrich. Sho Is a lyric soprano of
great puritv of tono. ner principal
succosses having been mado as Mar
guerite, Elsa and Lucia.
Mr. Innes brings witn hinf besides
Miss Boyoon. his completo band of
ttrty-tlvo .players, Kryl tho great
coronotlst, Achlllo Albert tho re
nowned baritone, Zerni tho tenor,
and other celebrated gra nd opera
Tho great novelty will be a now
spectacular anvil scene which will be
given with electrical effects, lowered
lluhts and a corps of anvil beaters.
Prices 50, 75 and . Seats now on
Tli Grumpy Hnoliolor.
A wealthy gentleman who owns a
country seat on one occasion nearly
lost his wife, who fell into a rlvor
which flows through his estate. Ho
announced the narrow escape to his
friends, expecting their congratula
tions. One of them an old bachelor
wrote as follows: "I always told you
that river was too Bhallow!" Tld-Bits.
In khe last thirty-three years 240,
000,000 hjw ben spent In this country
upon an India:: population of 180.000.
and O Streets
OLIVER : THEATRE.
F. 0. ZEHRUNG & 0. T. CRAWFORD. MORS.
Cor. 13th and P Streets. Phone 354.
Tonight at 8:15.
r BAND ii.
Sixty People, including E0YDEN
In Scenes from Grand Opera.
(NOT IN COSTUME)
Lower floor 81.00, Im'cony 75e, gal
lery M)e. Heats now on sale.
THURSDAY, FEB. 20
The Young Romantic Actor
S. MILLER KENT
Presenting Nat. C. Good
win's Great Success
The Cowboy Z Lady
15 Y CLYDE FITCH.
With the entire original Knicker
bocker theatre production.
Sent Hale will begin Pucfulay a. in.
Lower floor 81.00, balcony 75c und 50c,
Saturday, Feb. 22
Matinee and Night.
Annual Engagement of lie
WHO WILL PRESENT
With Groat Cast Including
Charles D. Herman, Barry Johnson,
Misses Antoinette Ashton, Virginia
Drow Trescott, May Warde, Aileen
Bertello and 15 otho-8
Magnifcient and Sumptuous Scenic Pro
duction, Properties, Ets.
Matinee, 25 cents to $1.91
Evening, 25 cents to $1.51
Seats on sale Thursday
Friday, February 21st
Jules Murry presents America's ,
greatest emotional actress . . .
in a society play of to-day
A Great Star, Great Play and
Ore at Cast. Miss Coghlan's
firat uppearanco here in years.
Prices 25c to $1.00.
Seats on sale Wednesday
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