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THE DAILT XSBRASKAN.
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlo 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rloh
ftrda Block, Telephono 535. RMicUaoe,
1010 Q Strt, Tolopbopo L98i.
TpwR BENJ. P. BAILEY j Dr. Mar
JL Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
12th Street. Tolephone G18.
P. DAVIS. D. D. S., Dentist.
itrmge an i rown wont, umcu
room 7, over Rock Island ticket olllce.
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 131) So. Tenth
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
OrMAC 'I I 'O M4 North nth St
rUVvCLL O Telephone L664
The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs and Menus
THE NEW CENTURY, 1121-1123 N St.
Order Your lee (Ye:im From
J. H. Stuckey
(liven to Dealers
Also Entertainments both
Public and Private.
Stndcnt's Your Suitorium
Is Located at ai8 No. nth St.
Telephone L 1028, at . . . .
I also beg to call your attention,
that I carry a full lino f Spring
Stylo hats, in soft Panama shapes
and SUIT hats. U)', olT o student
This is the time
of year for
arid all outdoor sports.
You should see our line be-
.ore buying. Agents for D.
& M. Sporting Goods.
Wilson & Hall,
Booksellers and Stationers, 1123 0 St.
If you want to sec the swelest
you ever saw, stop in at
1514 0 St.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 1 13 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
Trunks and valises, 1030 O.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th st.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Get an up-to-date university hair-cut
For sheet music and supplies go to
the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases, 1318 O.
J. S. McNay, dentist, 1214 O St.
The faculty of Yale is making an ac
tive campaign against the sophomore
Johns-Hopkins university celebrated
its twenty-fifth anniversary last week.
The Chicago university track team
will compete with the Badgers at Madi
son on March 1C.
The civil engineering department is
collecting material to make extensive
tests on Nebraska timber. Up to this
time no series of tests havo been made
on Nebraska woods and therefore, the
experiments will be of special value.
The department Is also preparing to
make a test of the inpenetrability of
cement to water. As this is a subject
with which nothing lias been done the
apparatus had to he designed by the
The mechanical engineering depart
ment will make an eight-hour boiler
test Saturday, the boiler is tested when
tsoked, both automatically and by
hand; also with forced and natural
The Wooster (Ohio) college has re
cently dedicated a handsome new me
Ralph Conkling, a former university
student, is at present stopping at the
Alpha Tau Omega house. He may en
ter the university again.
Arthur Sampson of the agricultural
school has returned to his work in the
university after an absence of a week
on account of the death of his moth"i
The campus at Princeton lias recent
ly suffered the ravages of a storm
which destroyed a large number of the
handsome trees which ..ave made that
By a new set of rules at Smith col
lege, Massachusetts, the young ladies
are forbidden to ride in a carriage with
a gentleman unless she is engaged to
him. There may be two girls or two
men in the same carriage, but not sin
gle couples. To overcome the hardship
it is rumored several engagements will
be announced shortly.
Harvard students may now graduate
In three years. To provide for absence
the fourth year the following appears
in the new catalogue: "A student com
pleting in three years the requisite
number of courses with such grade as
may entitle him to 'cum laude' may,
on petitioning, be recommended for
the degree at the end of his third year,
and obtain leave of absence until the
time when the degree may a tually be
Ray P. Teele, 'i)7, stopped in Lincoln
yesterday to visit university friends.
He was on his way from Cheyenne,
is connected with the irrigation 'jureau.
DATE FOR COLORADO DEBATE
Owing to the fact that the date set
for the Colorado debate, March 28, wiR
be a holiday, Colorado has been asked
to come a week later, April 4.
F. C. ZEHRUNQ & 0. T. CRAWFORD. MORS.
Cor. 13th and P Streets. Phone 354
The athletic Held was dragged yes
terday afternoon and relieved of all th
hard lumps which might interfere wPn
the baseball practice. This, with !i.e
removal of the bleachers from tlu' (ust
to the south side Of the ground.?, puts
the field in excellent condition for the
hnnflinll ra moR rVimmptitR nrn vnrv
Wvo to Washington, D. C, where heJ XT , ' .
vu., hi u.oiniii,. . ffrequently heard regarding Nebriif.l. as
Three Jolly Nights, commenc
ing Thursday evening, Mar.
13. Special Children and
Ladies' Matinee Saturday.
The Greatest Novelty of the
Australian Juvenile Opera
Fifty Marvelous Children in four of
their best efforts
Tho London and New York musical
comedy, "A Gaiety Girl."
Friday Night, "La Maecottc"
Saturday Matinee and Night, "The
Geisha, or the Tea House of 10,000 Joys"
by special arrangement with Augus
tino Daly Estate.
Perfect productions in evory detail
by the most talented children in tho
"A Trent for Old and Young"
Immediately after the matinee the
Pollurd Juveniles will hold a reception
on the stage. All are cordially invited
to step up and meet the clever children.
Matinee Prices 12.1c, .10c Night 2.1c to SI
Jflonday, Weh. 17
Chas. II. Yale and Sidney
K. Ellis present the tal
ented German dialect
Golden Voiced Singer,
In Ins second successful starring
season in Sidney R. Ellis' ro
mantic comedy drama,
on the rhine
Full complement of beautiful
scenery. An excellent acting com
pany. A production complete in
every detail. Hear Al. II. Wilson
sing "Love is all in all," "In Ty
rol," "The song of home," "The
tea kettle song, " "My little frau
lien, "When parading. "
Held, which Is undoubtedly the best i;
the state. With the large graadstimd
built last fall, a perfect field anJ a
strong team, the university will make
the baseball games this spring a
greater attraction than ever before.
DU TEIL Cigars "that's all."
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Trices 25c, 50c, 75c niuI $1.00 SeaU on halo
At Fiinke Opera House
Two Performances Only!
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
MARCH 17 & 1 8.
Gray & Gllllngwater offer the most
positive laughing hit of recent years.
A merry musical comedy, liberally
tntprnnprnprl with nil that la antmrnhla
In polite vaudeville.
I A company of recognized superiority,
including the fun maker
John Q. Kearney as Hawkins.
(Last season a favorite as the
Stranger in "A Stranger In New
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