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THE DAILT KKBRABKAN.
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Office 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rtoh
rds Block, Telophono 535. RmUUbcs,
lfllO Q 8tot, Telephone IMi.
DR BBNJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. Mar
Louise Flanagan; Ofllco, HI Bouts
12th Stroot. Telephone 618.
P. DAVIS, p. D. 8., DentiBt.
BrfdffA And Grown work. Office
7, 6vr Rook Island ticket office.
NEWLINCOLJI BOWLING ALLEY
Club rates given.
JOHN S. 0.in, Propr., 130 So. Tenth
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, $200,'000: surplus and profltfl,
$08,837; deposits, $2,715,000. S. H. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vic
Prest.; H. S. Freeman. Cashier; H. B.
liJvans, Anst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
The Better Class of
Printing and Engraving
Dance Programs aid Menus
THE NEW CENTURY, 1I2MI23 N St,
Is located at '-'18 No. nth .Street. Tele
phono L10-J8, at
Those huts you luy of inn will ho taken
care of free of cIuhkc Sprint: style Hats
In soft 1'anama shapes and Stlft Hats.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
POWELL 8 Telephone L664
This 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,
v Booksellers and Statiooers, 1123 0 St.
1514 0 St.
If you want to see the swcllest
you ever saw, stop in at
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Henilry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
Trunks and valises, 1036 O.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th st.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Have the Ivy Press print your printing.
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.
J. S. McNay, dentist, 1214 O St.
Mrs. .J. A. Barrett, accompanied by
her little daughter, Mary, wont to
Omaha yesterday for a two-weeks'
visit with iter sister.
The University club will give its
regular monthly dance at Walsh hall
next Friday evening.
Don't be rude when they tell you
they will print your printing like the
Ivy Press prints it. Let the look on
your face express the doubt you entertain.
Students are reminded of the fact
that there will be a game of basket
bail In the armory next Friday night
that will be worm seeing. Topeka won
from Nebraska a short time ago, but
under conditions that hardly tested the
real merits of Lie two teams. A hard
game is promised and the student body
should do its part in helping retrieve
the defeat at Topeka.
In the death of Miss Havens last
week the Omaha schools suffered a
deep loss. Not only was she recog
nized as a teacher of unusual ability,
but a leader In every noble undertak
ing. Her remains were accorppanied
by floral contributions from various
orders and associations of Omaha. Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity of the uni
versity of Nebraska, as a token of re
spect for Miss Havens, sent a beautiful
John Bridge Is pledged to Delta Tau
A debating club ,ias been organized
by the Japanese students nt Yale.
R. W. Harbor returned Saturday
from a business trip to his homo In
F. 0. ZEHRUNQ A 0. T. 0RAWF0BD, M8RS.
Ctr. 13th and P gtre pj,,,, gM
Invitations, menus and programs
artistically executed by the Ivy Press,
125-127 North 12th street.
Don Atwood, a former student in the
university, visited In Lincoln over Sun
day. He Is traveling for an Omaha
Miss Laura bi .uge, '99, who Is teach
ing In the Fremont high school, at
tended .o Delta Gamma banquet Saturday.
The contract for printing the en
gineering animal has not been relet.
The work will probably .,e done by a
Plain or elaborate programs and
menu cards printed on short notice at
the Ivy Press ofllce; 125-127 North
Tonipbt at 8:15.
Chas. H. Yale and Sidney
K. Ellis present the tal
ented German dialect
Golden Voiced Singer,
In his second successful starring
season in Sidney K. Ellis' 10-
nianti': comedy drama,
on the fyhine
Full complement of beautiful
scenery. An excellent acting com
pany. A production complete in t
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. "
Trices We, .vie, -;,e kiiiI $i.o0 Seats now on
Verne L. Havens, who was recently
called home on account of the Illness
and death of his sister, will not return
to school this year.
John B. Barnes, jr., '90, principal of
the Norfolk high school, visited his
brother at the Delta Tau Delta house
the latter part of the week.
C. M. Cook and wife, on their honey
moon, have been spending n few days
with the family of John Uhl. . Mr.
Cook was formerly in the electrical
business in Lincoln.
Mrs. Alice Hinman of the university
nos been selected as the teacher In
psychology at the teachers' Institute
to be held in Lead, S. D., this spring,
beginning March 31 and lasting a week.
Reports from B. F. Myers, the stu
dent who was taken to the pest house
suffering from smallpox, indicate that
he is getting along well. His physi
cian thinks ho will be able to be out
In about ten days. No new cases have
been reported from the university.
During his recent visit to the Uni
versity of Wisconsin Chancellor An
drews was tendered a reception In or
def that the students of that Institu
tion might have an opportunity to meet
him. He was also entertained by tho
Wisconsin chapter of Delta Upsllon.
Of course you'lrhave to keep your room warm this wintar
Gregory the Coal Man
FUNKE OPERA HOUSE
Two Performances Only!
TONIGHT AND TUESDAY,
MARCH 17 & 18.
Gray & Gilllngwater offer the most
positive laughing hit of recent years.
A merry musical comedy, liberally
Interspersed wltn all that is enjoyable
In polite vaudeville.
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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