The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 10, 1902, Image 3

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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlo 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-21S-2H Rioh
irds Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
1810 O Street, Telephone L084.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY j Dr. Mt
Louise Flanagan; Omce, 141 South
12th Street. Tolophone 618.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. 8., Dentist,
e Bridge and Crown work. Office
room 7, over Rock Island ticket ollice.
Phone 349. J
COMPLIMENTS
OF TIIK
NEW LINCOLN HOWLING ALLEY
TO TIIK
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 130 So. Tenth
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
POWELL'S &? its .V:
The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs and Menus
THE NEW CENTURY, 1121-1123 N St.
Stndent's Your Suitorium
Is Located at ai8 No. nth St.
Telephone L 1038, at . . . .
BLUMENTHAL'S.
I also beg to call your attention,
Uiat I carry a full lino f Spring
Style hatB, in soft Panama shapes
and Stiff hats. 10 off o student
Order Your Ice Cream From
J. H. Stuckey
1837 () I Special Attention
Street. Given to Dealers.
Phone Also Entertainmonts both
1105. Public and Private.
Out Door
Sports
This is the lime
of year for
Base Ball,
Lawn Tennis,
and all outdoor sports.
You should see our line be
fore buying. Agents for D.
& M. Sporting Goods.
Wilson & Hall,
Booksellers and Stationers, 1123 0 St.
!!
Yule Bros.
Laundry
1514 0 St.
Phone 754
Best Shoes on Earth
For the Money. . . .
All the Swell Styles
Local and Personal.
i,at at Hendry's. 1 N. 11th.
Trunks & valises, 10:10 O.
Steelo stores furs. See him.
Buy your gloves at the Famous.
Dr. Kotchum, oculist, glasses Httod.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Wl ricks trunk and Bag store, 1036 O.
Eat at Don Cameron's"., 118 so. 11th.
DU TEIL Cigars "that's all."
Dr. Woodward oculist. Richards blk'
C. E. Brown, dentist. Burr block.
J. S.NcMay. dentist. 1214 O St.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
Dr. Kotchum, oculist, glasses llfcted.
Dr Aley, cnionlc diseases, i:J18 O
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 118
So. 11th.
Rooms for rent, 4.00 per month, 1215
Tst.
Get an up-to-date universltyhalr
cut at Westerllolds.
Young Men like a nice sweater.
A nice line Is just in at Painc's.
G. C. Shedd visited at his home in
Ashland over Sunday.
Presidont Clark or the state normal
spent a few hours at tho university
last Saturday.
Chancellor Andrews spoke at Pleas
ant Dale Friday evoning.
Captain Smoko of tho battalion
made a visit to Fort ('rook Satur
day. For sheet music and supplies go
to tho Mar.howR Piano Co., 1120 O
street.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity will
give its annual banquet at the Lin
coln next Saturday.
COVOCATION ANNOUNCE
MENTS.
This morning John S. Moore, for
merly genreal secretary of tho Unl
vorslty Y. M. C. A. will sneak.
Tomorrow Dr. George of tho Unl
vrolsty of Chicago Divinity School
will address tno convocation.)
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
SANDERSONS
- $4.00 - -SPECIALS.
A. U. Leo, toachor of history and
mathomatlcs In tlio Beatrlco high
school was in Lincoln Saturday.
Miss Ada F. Wlllsey has loft tho
unlversltv to accept a position as
toachor In tho public schools of
Blair, her homo town. Sho will tako
chargo of tho seventh grado work.
The studonts of tho Uni7orsIty of
Pennsylvania aro soon to give tho
play "Old King Colo." It is unaor
the direction of tho Mask and Wig
Club.
At tho schoolmaster's club meoting
hold laBt Friday In Omaha, tho fol
lowing represented tho university.
Professors Davis, Hill ana Lees aud
Inspector Crabtroo.
An Invitation has boon received
by Professor Bessey requesting him
to dollver a courso of locturos before
the assombly and summer school to
bo held in Colorado Springs.
Chacollor Andrews will deliver
his lecture on "Kant and Koonlgs
berg" at tho University of Wiscon
sin. Tho date is not fixed yot, but
will probably be Thursday, March 111.
Tho Union Boys debating club
elected ofllcors Saturday night as
follows: Presidont, A. L. Chase;
vice presidont, John Paul; secre
tary, Charles Sawyer; sergeant at
arms, Fred Bulla; attorneys, Buck
ner and Lewis.
E. F. Warner, '1)7, very prominent
in dobating circles whiJo in the uni
versity was in tho cltv last Satur
day. While hero ho oallod at tho
university to meet his old frlonds.
Mr. Warner is now a member jf tho
Oreuon Monarch Gold Mining Com
pany and reports a very good busi
ness. It Is tho plan of the department
of botany to have a largo amount of
collecting done next summer bv stu
dents of the department. Various
parts of tho stato will be visited but
especially tho central and western
counties which are said to abound
In rare specimens.
A new text book on botany especial
ly for uso in high-schools has beon
presented to tho public. It is " re
vision of an old toxt "Gray's Les
sons" and Is such an Improvoment
pn tho old one that Profossor Bessey
intends to recommend It to Nebraska
teaohorB of botany.
Next Saturday evening Delta
Gamma sorority will hold its annual
banquet at tho Lincoln. '
Oliver Theatre
F. C. ZEHRUNQ & 0. T. CRAWFORD, MQR8.
Cor. 13th and P Street. Phone 354
Three Jolly Nights, commenc
ing Thursday evening, Mar.
13. Special Children and
Ladies' Matinee Saturday.
The Greatest Novelty of the
20th Centnry.
POLLARD'S
Australian Juvenile Opera
COMPANY
Fifty Marvelous Children in four of
their best efforts
THURSDAY NIGHT
The London and New York musical
comedy, "A Gaiety Girl."
Friday Night, "La Maacotte"
Saturday Matinoo and Night, "The
Geisha, or the Tea Bouse of 10,000 Joys"
by special arrangement with Augus
tine Daly Estate.
Perfect productions in evory dotail
by the most talented children in the
world.
"A Treut for Old and Young"
Immediately after the matinee tho
Pollard Juveniles will hold a reception
on the stage. All arc cordially invited
to step up and meet the clever children.
Matinee Prices 25c, 50e. Night 25c to 81
At Funke Opera House
Moil. Tues. Men. 10 & 11
III E BEST OF SWEDISH
DIALECT COMEDIANS...
BEN HENDRICKS
And an Excellent Company
of Players Including the
Famous Original
Swedish Ladies Quartette
Direct From Stockholm, Sweden,
in the Time Tried and Ever Pop
ular Comedy-Drama
01e Olson
Filled to the Brim With
Roaring Comedy Scenes....
Touches of Heart Interest.
Brilliant Specialties. . . .
Prices, 15, 25, 35 and 50c.
STUDENTS citSis JiSii
ed, pressed,
relined, repaired and refitted at
the same old stand,
WEBER SUITORIUM
N.E.Cor. llth&OSts. 'Phone
C. H. MANN,
Gasoline Refined Oils
' 123 NORTH I2TH STREET.
TRY THE
Boston Cash Market
Choice Meats and Groceries
1311 O Street A. B. CURL, Prop. , J
Phone 020. ,
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