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THE DAILY KEBRAflKAN.
!g PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY l
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Office 1100
O Street, Rooms 212 213 214 Rich
ards Block, Telephones G.'1T. Residence,
lfflLO Q Street, Telephono L984.
DR. BEN J. P. BAILEY; Dr. Maj
Louiso Flnnajjan, Onico, 141 South
12th Street. Telephone G18.
P. DAVIS. I). D. B.. Dentist.
Bridge and Crown work. Ofllco
room 7, over Hook Island tickot otlice.
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NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLK Y
I O Till
t'NIVKRMTY KTl" DENTS
Club rates gdven.
John S. Ci IVopr . lT.t So Tenth
A Close Shave
A hair out, or anything oIbo
on want a ha her to do for
j on, at the
Y. M. (1. . Bahhkk Shop,
13TH A IN
The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs and Menus
THE NEW CENTURY, II2M123 N St.
Notice to lady Students
Your attention is called to the
fact I hat you ,cun have your
Siii'. Coif Skirt. Kaplan jacket
made t" order . . . .
Perfect Fitting on Every Garment
KulLy Guaranteed. Y.ou are
invited to call and look "ver
my samples and styles
L. Bluinenthal,2l8 N. llth St.
Phone "L" I028.
Ever Write to HER
or to HIM?
Of Course you Do.
Why not get some of
our hieh grade station
ery. Its the best there
is. It'll increase your
Wilson & Hall,
Booksellers and Stationers, U23 0 St.
15I4 0 St.
Local and Personal,
J,nt at Hendry's 12 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
C.'E. drown, dortist. Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th at.
P.ilaco Dining hall for good, meals.
Eat at, Don Cameron's , US so. Uth.
Cet'an' up-to-flat o "university lialr-
out, at Wcstorlicl'ls.
For 'sheet music," and' supplies uo
to the Mathews "m rnno JJo. , Vl() '()
street."". ""TT" ' ' "'
Dr "Woodward oculist. Richards bile.
THE .IIJNIOH PARTY.
Notwithstanding the rather un
pleasant weather Saturday night,
the Juniors turned out well and made
their party at the Armory one o.' t.lio
most, if not the most successful,
social event ever held on the univer
Some few over forty couples were
present representing veiv pleasantly
the Junior," class. The amusement
of the evening vvas'pr ineipallv danc
ing. Games and conversation pass
es I the time pleasantly for Uiose
who'd Id not care to indulge in the
rather active exercise.
Music was furnished by Quick's
orchestra arm aided much in making
the event enjoyable. The floor was
in exceptionally good condition fo r
dancing and there were not so many
dancers as to make it crowded. There
were no decnorations, as the com
mute felt that to hcjin would not
allow for a snort the best way was
hot to have any.
The only thing that marred, In
any way, the evening's enjoyment.
was the absence of ice which had
oeen spirited away by some advent
urous sophomores. An olTorb Is now
b eing made to locate the guilty cul
prits. In the latter. part of the even
ing in some way the ce packers were
returned accompanied by a note
thanking the Juniors tor the refresh
ments which they so much enjoyed.
It was itimated at the time that
it was hoped t'e Sophomores would
b c frosted well. The dancing pro
gram was varied more than usual
with waltzes, two-steps, merry-gei-rouoels,
H"e-steps, three-steps, rye
wait., etc. The merry-go-round
probably caused as much amusement
anei informality as could be wished.
Altogether tho entiro affair was
Take Your Shoe Repairing to
1326 O STREET
ALL WORK GUARANTEED"
Of course, you'll'liuve-to Ueip your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
At the Theatres.
AT THE OLIYEIL
Sousa's concert for King En ward
and the Royal family on tho occasion
of (.iireii Alexandra's birthday and
the decoration of tho Yietorlau Or
der bestowed upon the American
musician on that occasion marked the
highest iit.d most corisploimis ap
proval that could ho extended.
Having returned home Sousa Is
oiice more engaged upon his regular
winter concert toui with his groat
band, In tho course of winch ho will
give a'singlc popular concert at tho
Oliver Monday evening. His soloists
this vear are M uid Reese-Da virs,
s') rano. Dorothy llorle, iollmste,
aim Arthur I'rnr, trombone
W.iMetl Nil lor.
Kioto two Kio.il mountain "- -(cms of
our (oiintiy. tin ppahn-hiau and the
Uo( Ky. and fioni the Ic-im highlands
of the interior. How otimlo-s M reams
that are (apalih: ot I'm ni-'i i n million
of hoi so powi-i of nicij
tlioM pov. oim aie a'roadv mod. where
they lie iica, tin- (ontois of population,
hut by fartho groalci part of the whole
nmain still o:i lew loped, and the
waters whhh might ho. and eventually
will he, employed for the geneiation
'if (heap power, .no allowed to inn to
waste What tho; waste energy
amounts' to la '-til! undetei mine I. but
it must bo enoi moils. Some idea of lta
extent is beginning to he loalied by
tho investigations whhh have been
carried on for sovoial years' by the
I'ulted States Geological Survey in its
study of the water l esources of the
country and by the numerous nieas
uiements it lu.s taken of the How of
many of the streams. The bo investigations-
have clearly demonstrated tho
important f:ut that there Is a magnifi
cent reserve supply of unused power
scattered over many parts of the
country, which awaits the demands
of trade and industn. -U. S. Geologi
cal Survey Bulletin.
rirnt IKo of Mnslni S n n -
The British otllcer. Maj. -Gen. Sir
Francis do Winton, who died recently
in Wales at the r.ge of MJ, was the first
man who fired a Maxim gun in war.
It was he who first demonstrated tho
practical use of the new gun. All
doubt a.s to the efficiency of the wea
pon passed after ii had once been put
to this test of war While its utility
was still unceitain Its inventor was
asked by a government committee to
have 10.000 rounds fired at the highest
possible speed and tho experiment was
carried out. But still the committee
was not satisfied. "Could you guar
antee your gun to go on firing auto
matically at the same rate for, say,
twenty-four hours?" asked the chair
man. The inventor replied that he
could and would on one condition
that the government found and paid
for the ammunition. The flr.it inclina
tion of the committee was to accept
the suggestion, but somebody calcu
lated that the number of rounds wo ild
be 8G4.000, and that the cost would ho
about $30,000, and the committee sud
denly decided that It was satisfied
'Jthant the new tiial.
on Short Notice.
Stackhous & Gf eef.
OLIVER : THEATRE
F. C. ZEHRUNG A 0. T. CRAWFORD. MQR3.
Cor. 13th and P Street. Phong 3)1
TONIGHT AT 8
SOUSA n,'11 BAND
T ho tf hii lib d ideal of I I ( M ilil n v
Band - London (.1 Im
"THE MARCH KING"
JOHN I'lllBII'sOls .C,on.liict..r
Miiude Kci .'-( Dav ics - S(in-iiii(i.
Dorothy llovle Vit 1 1 nr-st .
Walter ll I; j.'ci8 -( 01 net.
IV ccs -,0c. 7".. SI 00 and 1 ."id.
Seats mi .sjilc 'rlchiy.
Wednesday, March 5
It. turn of LLWIS M-MiKI SON'S
( nmircte IVoduc' inn
. FA UST .
ALL NEW THIS SEASON.
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1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
Miss Lelia Wolstan
Ami an Excellent Comj any in Shake
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The Merchant of Venice
Miss Li-liii Wtilstnn ns l'ortin
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Entire New Scenic production
Prices 7 3e to 81.00. Sale of re its opens
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