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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1902)
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THE DAILT KXBRABKAN.
IS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloo 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rlch
rda Blook, Telephono 535. RriUnce,
lffl.0 G Bhrt, Telephone L084.
DR. BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louiso Flanagan; Office, 141 Bouth
L2th Street. Telephone 018.
LI. DAVIS. D. D. 8., Dentist.
Bridge and Crown work. Ofliec
room 7, over Hoc It Island ticket ofllcc.
Best Shoes on Earth
For the Money. . . .
All the Swell Styles
Local and Personal.
at at Hendry's 12? N. 11th.
- - $4.00 - -SPECIALS.
OLIVER : THEATRE
F. C. ZEHRUNO & 0. T. CRAWFORD. MORS.
Cor. 13th and P Street). Prions 354
MOW LINCOLN BOWLINC, ALLEY
FNIVERSITY STL DENTS.
Club rates given.
John S. C in, Propr , l.T.t So. Tenth
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
C. E. Ilrown, dertist. Burr block
J. S.NcMay. dentist. 12H () St.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31C So. 12th at.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
rUVVLLL O llephone 5S6. . . .
The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs and Menus
THE NEW CENTURY, 1I2MI23 N St.
I)r Aley. cniunic diseases, l.'UH O
Don Cameron's lunch counter, UK
'(Jet an up-to-date universlty.lhalr
cut at Westcrfields.
For slicct" music and supplies go
to the Mathews- Piano Co., 1120 O
Stndent's Your Suitorium
Is Located at 318 No. nth St.
Telephone L 1028, at ... .
I also bey to call your attention,
that I carry a full lino f Spring
Style hate, in soft Panama shapes
and Stilt' hats. lU' oil' o student
1029 0 St.
Reference: Seniors, '02. We can Rive
you all the new styles In cards and
finish the market affords.
SPECIAL. RATES TO STl'DRNTS.
Ever Write to HER
or to HIM?
Of Course you Do.
Why not get some of
our high grade station
ery. Its the best there
is. It'll increase your
Wilson & Hall,
Booksellers and Stationers, 1123 0 St.
1514 0 St.
The Pallarlian boys will entertain
the girls next Friday evening with a
farce corned y.
Professor Nicholson will speak this
morning at convocation on ihe new
Miss Mary Cro.ier had Lite misfor
tune of spraining her ankle in the
gymnasium last Tuesday.
Every college debater at Yule in tho
future, niUHt take the regular coureo in
debating and bo recommended by tho
Twuuty girls arc practicing a very
pretty club drill for tho athletic ex
hibition which is to bo held in the
first Saturday of May.
The recent Y W ( ' A contest for
new meiuoers is to be brought to a
close Friday evening when the loosing
side will banquet the winners.
The first of a series of basketball
games between the literary srcieties,
will be played Friday evening. The
Delians and Unions are the contestants.
YOU CAN FIND IT
Byinsertlng a notice in the Daily Ne
braeltan ntone Cent a wor 1 per user-t:on.
Tho following story illustrates one
of the many reasons that Induced
tho Burlington railroad to change tho
system of operating its dining-cars
from the fixed price per meal to the
a la carte plan, whereby tho passen
ger orders what he wants and pivs for
what lis orders. Under the old plan
some travelers had the idea that It
was necessary to order a very ela
b irate meal in order to get the worth
of their money, and the hero of tills
little anecdote was among the num
ber. After seating himself id a
Burlington dininc car, it is related
that he ordered tnroo kinns of soup,
with celery, radishes, pickles, two
kinds of fish and two varieties of
meat. After disposing or this array,
the stranger found that ho had al
most readied the limit of his capa
city, but still had an unsatlslled long
ing for pie, He called a waiter and
said in a hoarse whisper, as he point
ed to the menu card: "Say, mister,
if it ain't agin the rules, I'd like to
skin from thar to tliar."
Booms for rent, tl.Ol) per month, 121.)
Hulfoekt That Tro'.
Eat at Don Cameron's ,11b so. 11th.
l'r fessor Barbour has announced
to tho class in Geology 2, that thoso
analyzing one-hundred different rocks
will bo excused fiom the final examination.
IHT TEIL-Cigars "that's all."
Mrs. Naomi Knight Easterday, state
secretary of tho Young Woman's
Christian Assjclatlon, will address
tho Association meeting next Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock.
Dr. Woodward ooullst. Richards blk.
Attention is drawn , In an Agricul
tural Ledger on the cattle of Rajpu
tana to the "Nagoro" and "Illnda"
breeds. The "Nagor;;" bullocks are
famous throughout India as magnifi
cent trotting animals, on which ac
count, says the Lahore paper, they are
greatly sought after bv well-to-do na
tives, who drive them In ekkas. A
good pair will usually command from
Its. 100 to Its. 1C0, and tho price of a
well-matched superior pair is froi&
Rs. 200 to Its. 400. They are good
tempered and docile, hut timid. "Rin
da" means small, and cattle of thU
i oieeu seldom measure more than for
ty Inches in height, whereas Nagoio
bullocks have been measured up to
seventy Inches. "Rinda" cattle are
used for all kinds of agricultural
work, for which purposes they are in
great demand by zemindars. They
also make very good baggage animals,
either in the plains or hills, being
short-legged, with hard feet. They
are, however, morose, obstinate and
bad-tempered, sometimes showing
'lght when roused, or when a
proached by Europeans. An avorago
pair may ho bought for about lis. 75
In Beawar and Marwar these breed
are preserved in their purity. In oth
er Rajputana states, like Bikanlr, Jai
pur and Kotah, no attention Is paid
to breeding. Important economic ben
efits might result if the principle of
selection could ho widely taught to
cattle breeders In Rajputana states.-
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
FRIDAY, MARCH 7.
Miss Lelia Wolstan
Ar.d an Escllent Company in Sbakr-
speare's Most Beautiful
The Merchantof Venice
Miss LHia WoUtnn as . . Portiu
MIL WHITESIDE ns SUV LOCK
Entire New Scenic production
Prices ''".' to SI, 00 Sale-of i o ts opens
Wednesday, ' a. in
At Funke Opera House
Mon.Tues.Mch. 10 & 11
'I II E BEST OF SW LTHH1I
And an Excellent Com any
of Players IncluMng the
Swedish Ladies Quartette
D.rcet From NlrscVholni. Sweden,
in the Time Triec and Ever Pop
ular Coined Di itin.i .
Filled to the Brim With
(Soaring Comedy .Scenes. .
Touches of Heart Intcicsl.
Brilliant Spccialt es. .
Prices, 15, 25, 35 and 50c.
STUDENTS r --:;'
relined, repaired and refitted at
the same old stand,
N.E.Cor. 1 1th A: O Sts. 'Phone
C. H. MANN,
Gasoline Refined Oils
123 NORTH 2TH STREET.
Boston Cash Market
Choice Meats and Groceries
1311 O Street, A. B. CURL, Prop.
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