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THX DAILT KBURABKAM.
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloe 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 ttloh
rdi Block, Telephone 535. RaaicUnc,
MOLO Q Btit, Tclephoo L964.
DR. BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. Mt
Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
12th Street. Telephone 618.
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DAVIS. D. D. S., DcntUt
ridge and Grown work. Office
Roc U Island ticket office.
1029 0 St.
Reference: Seniors, '02. We en n give
you all the new style In cards nnd
finish the market affords.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
POWELL'S &8S&V& st
The FIRST NATIONAL DANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, $200,000; surplus and profits,
168.837; deposits. $2,715,000. S. H. Burn
liam, -President; A. J. Sawyer, Vic
Prest.; H. S. Freeman. Cashier; H. B.
ETvans, Asst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. ashler. UNITED STATES DF-POSITORY.
Tk Utter CUstf
5 Prilling and Engraving
Due Fnfraas u. Menu
TM NEW CENTURY, U21-U23 N St,
Js located at 'JlH No. Iltli Street,
phone I.KWH, at
Those hats 1 1 buy of me will he taken
care of free of charge Sjirlni; style Hats
Id soft I'auama sliapes and Stiff Hats.
Now is the time lor you
to get bargains in Framed
Pictures. This week we
will give you 33'.? percent
off or better on our line.
Pictures, former price $1 5. 00,
Pictures, former price $6.00,
Pictures, former price $1.00,
Wilson & cflo.ll,
Bookbdlers 5 Stationers,
112S OSt., Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 St.
1 )o you want a
01 Oxford, we have
our new Spring
Styles. Tln-y are
2I3 0-STREET. J&
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Huy your hosiery at the Famous
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
The Ivy Press prints thlngR.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th st.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Get an tip-to-date university hair-cut
For sheet muBic and supplies go to
the Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards blk.
Win Irk sells suit cases; Kl.lt; O St.
Hoy Hanlen Is confined to his room
with the measles.
Miss; l.eotti Muriell of Fremont is
six mil uk ii few dayR with Miss Honnle
Delta Tan Delta will hold its an
nual banquet Saturday evening, April
12, at the Lincoln hotel.
Chancellor Andrews Is expected back
from his trip to C.ranvllle, N. I), this
A letter from A. H. I. yon, '!)!;, law '01,
conveys the information that he is In
Tonala, state of Chalpa, Mexico, in the
employ of the Pan-American Railway
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Souvenir given with $1.50 purchase
in ladies' furnishings at the Famous.
Huy your gloves at the Famous.
Kappa Sigma have initiated Foss
The cadet band will give a conceit
at convocation Friday morning.
The mechanical engineering depart
ment has just received some exception
ally fine new drawing boards.
The moon will be the subject of a'i
address by Professor Swe.ey at the
Methodist church next Tuesday e cuing.
W. F McNaughton, law 'Ul. has
formed a law partnership with C. 11.
Winsor and is now practicing at Sioux
Falls. S I).
A large bed of cannas will be layed
out at the front of the campus near the
fence. The bed will be thirty-six by
sixteen feet In size and will add ma
terially to the appearance of the
Professor Sheldon Is building a small
shed in back of the greenhouses for
use In experiments with asparagus. All
of the flower beds are being dug up
and fertilized preparatory to the set
ting out of the spring (lowers.
Professor Swezey is having a new
transit instrument constructed, the
castings of which are now being made
in the shops.
Miss Amy Couger has left for her
home at Hillsdale, la. She will not
complete the semester's work on ac
count of weak eyes.
The Dellan society, at a special meet
ing, voted to adjourn their Friday
evening program in order to attend
the Nebraska-Colorado debate.
The College Settlement has for sale
the opera house boxes for the play,
"A Pair of Spectacles," to be given
May 2. Societies, fraternities, sorori
ties or individuals who may wish boxes
may engage them at any time. Firm
come, fin t served. Inquire of H. W.
The students interested In politics
took more than usual Interest in the
city election yesterday. Among others,
the university was represented by Dan
Horrigan, who was running for police
judge, on the democratic ticket. Mr.
Horrigan was a graduate of last year's
After the recent Y. W. C. A. mem
bership contest, in which over one
bundled names were added to the
membership roll, a reception was given
the new girls and" the winning force
by the defeated Bide. It was held In
the city Y. W. C. A. parlors and was
a very Informal event. From eight to
ten the room was crowded. Delicious
ice was served and everyone present
thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
Watch f ob$,
Kvoiy stud nt should wear
some emblem of his university.
It is a patriotic duty which
few neglect. Don't forget to
purchase a pin, before leaving
this spring. dot o.:e right
TI11C CO-OP. has a gieat variety
of styles jn Pins, Uadg'-s,
Watch Fobs, Hat Pins, Cuff
. Buttms, Rings and Souvenir
Spoons. Vou can suit your
taste and your pocket book, at
Yodr Spring Sdit
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Vou can' come here and
select a Suit and wear it
the same evening. NO
such "waits and 'delays"
as a tailor may give you.
NO such prices as he will
quote you; but a suit that
will fit vou faultlessly,
wear satisfactorily and
save you money.
EWING CLOTHING CO.
1115-1117 O St.,
Little Ovals 35c per dozen
Come andee my work. 1214 Q Street
i Boston Cash Market
Choice Heats and Groceries
I 1311 O Street A. B. CURL, Prop.
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