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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloe 110i
O Btwet, Rooms 212-213-214 Rloh
purfs Block, Telephone 536. R idsnoe,
mO Q Bte 1 Telephone L84,
TV. BBNJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. My
XJ Louise FUnaRan; Office, 141 SouU
I3tk Street Telephone 618.
F. DATia 0. D. 8 Dentist.
BriAre and Crown work. Offloe
', verBock Island ticket office.
1029 0 St.
Reference: Seniors, 'OB. We can rive
you all the new styles In cards and
finish the market affords.
SPECIAL RATE8 TO 8TU DENTS.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
ta Ike City
Tbt FIRST NATIONAL BANt
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital. $200,000; surplus and profits,
WMOT; deposits. 13,715,600. 8. H. Burn
bam, President; A. J. SaVryer, Vice
fPresLt H. 8. Freeman. Cashier; H. B.
Irvani, Asst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
est. Cashier. UNITED STATES DE
friitiig zni Enjravinj
tuco Frtfrasj ail Urns
TIE KEW CENTURY, 1121-1123 N St
Ih located at 'JIB No. 11th Ktroot. Telo
phone L1028, at
Thoso hats you buy of roe will bo taken
euro of froo of clyirno HnrlnK stylo Hats
In soft 1'auatna shapes and Stiff Hats.
Now is the time tor you
to get bargains in Framed
Pictures. This week we
will give you 33 J? percent
off or better on our line.
Pictures, former price $ 15. 00,
Picturesy former price $6.00,
Pictures, former price iJi.oo,
Wilson $ Jldll,
Booksellers (Si Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 st
Do you want a
or Oxford, we have
our new Spring
Styles. Thoy are
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Buy your hosiery at tho KamouB.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. ltth.
Fine furs, Steele. 143 80. 12th.
Steele storeB furs. 8ee him.
'The Ivy Press prints things.
C. E. Brown, dentlBt, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Get an up-to-dato university hair-cut
For sheet music and supplies go to
the Mathewa Piano Co., 1120 O street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards hlk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Souvenir given with $1.50 purchase
in ladies' furnishings at tho Famous.
Duy your gloves at the FamouB.
Wlrrlck sells suit" cases; 1036 O St.
E. H. Crane. '99. visited the univer
John P. Everett has bedn pledged to
A. M. Hull's father visited him at the
Delta Tau Delta house this week.
The Union society will adjourn its
meeting tonight to go to the debate.
The class in geology 3a will spend
next Saturday afternoon in field work.
Messrs. MathewB and Tliorgensen
have been initiated into Phi Delta Phi.
Owing to sickness, Samuel Carney
has been unable to attend school since
Professor Crabtrec attended the state
high school oratorical contest at York
Claudo Edgorton is suffering from
a couple of Bpralned ankles, caused by
Jumping from a swing.
The chancellor will. give an address
on "Teachers' Self-Culture" at Valley
Falls, Kan., tomorrow.
Miss Orma Hull, '01, visited the uni
versity this week. Miss Hull is a
teacher in the Hastings schools.
Friday the university band will play
at convocation In the morning, guard
mount In the afternoon and tho inter
collegiate debate In the evening.
Of course you'll hare to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
E. M. Swain of the law Bchool Is
weighing mall between Lincoln and
Billings, Mont., on tho Burlington.
Judge E. P. Holmes, '76, has accept
ed the Invitation of the alumni execu
tive committee to deliver the alumni
address In June.
A. T. Richardson, editor Of tho Ne
braska City Tribune and an historical
writer, visited the state historical so
ciety this week.
Miss Howell of the elocution depart
ment will leave today for York, where
she will officiate as Judge in the high
school elocution contest of southern
The Sunday edition of the Omaha
Bee contains a well written article on
girls' basket-ball. The pictures of tho
first team and the freshmen team Illus
trate the article.
For the benefit of students in gen
eral and history students In particular
the historical society has displayed a
map of tho territorial development of
Nebraska In the rooms In the base
ment of the library.
The classes In household economics
under Miss Bouton aro studying hy
genlc heating. They recently made a
trip to the Lincoln Gas company's
plant to study both lighting and heat
ing. Within a Tew days' they" will visit
tho university heating plant and boiler
University people vflll doubtless be
pleased to learn of the marriage of
Frank Edgerton, '99, and Miss Mary N.
Coo of Woodbine, la., at that place lost
Wednesday noon. Mr. Edgerton was
well known whllo In tho university,
being president of the senior class and
having taken part In a number of de
bates and oratorical contests. He Is
now principal of tho Fremont schools,
to which position he was unanimously
elected last year after having taught
one year in the department of mathe
matics. Mrs. Edgerton Is a popular
young lady of Woodbine, la,, where she
graduated from the normal in tho same
class as Mr. Edgerton. Later sho took
a course in music at Oberlin college
and has since been engaged In teach
ing. The young couple will reside at
Fremont, where Mr. Edgerton has been
engaged for the coming year as prin
cipal at an Increased salary.
THE ARMSTRONG CIX)THING
Desire to call attention to the new
ladies' furnishing goods department.
It's located on the second floor and Is
perhaps the most cleverly equipped de
partment of its kind In the west. All
the new and chic things for young
women. Exclusive shirt waist pat
terns, no two alike; a clever showing
of hosiery, stocks, gloves, etc., besides
extra novelties and fadlsh conceits.
The new thing in ladles swedes is tho
Gibson. 1 ne latest croze is tho double
breasted vests, to be worn under the
Jacket very manlsh and extremely
stunning. Call any day up to 6:30
p. m. Opon Saturday night till 11:30.
Take elevator to second floor.
Havo you' seoh thoso ' hew watch
fobs at Tho Co-Op. Thero arfi a
number of unlquo designs the
great seal of . tho Unlvorslty, Uni.
Initial and Pennnnt, In gold and
silver finish. Discard your chain
and wear a neat Uni. Fob. They
arc tho latest
For anything In Uni. Pins,
Badges, Hat Pins, Cuff Buttons.
Souvenir 8poons,' etc., go to The
Co-Op. A great variety of bIjm
and styles. Evory student should
have a Pin or Badge. Look over
the display at your first oppor
18 A GREAT LEVELED
OF ALL THINGS.
But it takes double the
time to bring Ewing'&
Suits or overcoats to a
worn out condition than
it takes other makes
and even ' in old age
Ewing's products retains
an air of individuality aid
distinction posesscd. by
none other. This is
worked into the garments
in the maktng and nevefr
leaves them and this is
ONE OF THE REA
SONS WHY EWING'S
CLOTHES HAVE AT-:
TA1NED THEIR MOST
ENVIABLE REPUTA- .
Suits or Overcoats,
$7.50 to $25.00.
EWING CLOTHING CD.
1115-1117 O StM
Little Ovals 85o per dozen
Come andjwe my work. l&14jD8tnet ;
H, H. GAFFEY
1206 O St., Burr Block. Tel. Set.
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