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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1902)
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THE DAILY MEBRASKAN.
I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Office 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-2U Rioh
ard Block, Telephone 535. RtaUUnbe,
1810 Q Btrt, Telephone L981.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Mt
Louise Flnnognn; Office., 141 South
12th Street. Telephone G18.
LP. DAVIS. D. D. S., DentiBt.
3ridge and Crown work. Office
room 7, over Rook Island ticket office.
NEW LINCOLN HOWLINO ALLEY
Club rates given.
John S. Cain, Propr., 139 So. Tenth
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nwbraaka.
Capltal, 5200,000; aurplua and profits,
$68,837; depoBlta, J2.715.00O. S. II. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vice
tPrest.; H. S. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
Evans, Asst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. Cashier. UNITED STATES DE
POSITORY. The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs aid Means
THE NEW CENTURY, 1121-1123 N St.
Notice to Lady Students
diii attention Is railed to the
t.ti t that 1 1 can liae our
skin, (iolf hklit (ii Harlan
Jacket made to order.
Perfect rating on Every Garment
During this week, I affer 4
styles of Golf Skirts real
I . Blumenthal, 218 N. Iltli St
Phone "L" 1028.
TMiis is the time
of year for
and 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.
1514 0 St.
If you want to see the swellest
you ever saw, stop in at
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry's. 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
Trunks and valises, 1).?; ().
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 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 0 street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases, 1318 ().
J. S. McNay, dentist. 1214 O St.
Mr Penrse. one of the former knights
of the gridiron, is visiting university
friends this week
The W. C A class in Hible study
will meet Friday at 1 p. in , subject,
.icsiis at the Well "
Preparations are ueing made to have
cuts of the interstate debaters in the
Omaha Illustrated Hee
Several spots have annealed latelv on
the sun whlrh the classes in astronomy
hae been (arefully studying
Mi Crohs. th" gaidener, lias been out
on u hunting expedition for several
days He will leinain some tune
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Hugh and Claude Campbell of (lay
Center, formerly university students,
have been appointed mail weighers.
Their routes are on the H. & M.
Dr. M. II. Everett will uuk to the
prep. medics this evening at 8 o'clock
in room 301, Mechanic Arts hall. HiB
address will be in the nature of advice
as to preparatory work of the medical
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
The class in moulding will run off a
heat this afternoon about i o'clock.
The University club will give a dance
at the Walsh hall March 21.
Miss Delia SlmmonB was caned to
her home at Sidney, la., by the sickness
of her mother.
J. A. Barrett, librarian of the State
Historica. society, is serving on the
jury in the district court.
William Allen White Is the author of
a pleasing sketch of tne late Benjamin
arrlson, published In the Cosmopoli
tan. The class In administrative law. tin
der Mr. Cook, has finished the sub
Jei t of mandamus and will take up In
Mr Blockman o. the historical so
ciety has gone to wage (ounty to ex
amine one of the ancient Indian vil
lage sites there.
Mr Tin kcrmaii of Clewland, a
s( liolar in physics, was suddenly called
home last week by the death of his
lather He intends to return to finish
The (lass in American history 18 will
devote the hour next Thursday to a
discussion of the relations between
England and the United .States at the
( lose of the civil war
Miss Dean of the Latin department
is ('-Kanizing a Latin club, which will
Im'1 )I1'',' II W,,K- ll(' Inse of the
' ll,1) 'K ,,H discussion of interesting
points which are relative to the courses
the ineinbeis are pursuing in that de
partment (' E KcmI, a former student in the
(iil engineering department, is at
iiieseiu wuiiung tor me cny engineer
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Al tho aH( UIlioi. (1. .,., inir i,
. WIlH vol0(1 (hat iUM.t.aftor aM eommit-
t(0H on 8()(.nI f,m(.tioilK 8huld give a
j ,.onipi,,u. re,,ort of tlu, Slum, Hereto-
fore it has been ...e custom of these
, committees to consider themselves dis-
charged from serving as soon as the
i affair for which they were appointed
' had taken place.
DU TEIL Cigars "that's all."
and O Streets
F. 0. ZEHRUNQ & 0. T. CRAWFORD. MORS.
Cr. 18th and P Street. Phon, 8B4
Three .Tolly Nights, commenc
ing Thursday evening, Mar.
l.'l. 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 (laiety Uirl."
Friday Night, " La Maeeotte"
Saturday Matinee and Nitfht, "The
(U'ihha, or the Tea House of 10,000 Joys"
by special arrangement with Augus
tino Daly Estate.
Perfect productions in cvory detail
by the most talonted children in Hie
"A Trent for Old and Young"
Immediately after the matinee tho
Pollard Juveniles will hold a reception
on the stage. All are cordially invited
to step up and meet the clever children.
Matinee Prices 2.V, f0e Night 'J.lc to 81
Jlflonday, JWeh. 17
Chas. II. Yale and Sidney
K. ICllis present the tal
ented (iennan dialect
Golden Voiced Singer,
In his second successful starling
season in Sidney R. Ellis' ro-
inanti'; comedy drama,
The Watch .
on the fjhitie
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
tol, " "The song of home," "The
tea kel tie song, " "My little frau
lien, "When parading. "
l'rlcet, 25c, ftoo, 75c hixI $1.00 Heat-, on halo
At Funke Opera House
Two Performances Only!
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
MARCH 17 & 1 8.
Oray & Oilllngwater offer the most
positive laughing hit of recent years.
A merry musical comedy, liberally
iinterspersed witn all that is enjoyable
In polite vaudeville.
A company of recognized superiority,
including the fun maker
John Cj. Kearney as Hawkins.
(Last season a favorite as the
Stranger in "A Stranger in New
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