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THE DAILY KKBRASKAN.
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Office 1100
O Street, Rooma 212-213-214 Rioh
ardi Block, Telephono 535. Rsidnoe,
lfllO O BtTMt, Telephone L064.
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DR. BEN J. P. BAILEY? Dr. Mar
Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
12th Stroet. Telephone C18.
P. DAV.IB. D. D. 8., Dentlet.
Bridge and Grown work. Office
, QTsr Roulc Island ticket office.
Order Your Ice Cream Prom
J. H. Stuckey
Given to Dealers.
Also Entertalnmonts both
Public and Private.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
In the City
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nabraaka,
Capital, 1200,000; surplus and proflta,
168,857; deposits, 52,716,000. 8. H. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vice
JPrest.; H. S. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
KJvans, Asst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
u3 N STREET.
Is located nt 'J1K No. Hill Struct, 'lole
phono MUSH, at
Those hats you liny of mo will ho taken
oaro of fiiiu of charge sjirlnu stli' Hats
In soft I'aiiam.i shapes ami Milt lluti.
Now is the time tor you
to get bat gains in Framed
Pictures. This week we
will give you 33 ' percent
Off or better on our line.
Pictuies, former price $15.00,
Pictures, former price $6.00,
Pictuies, former price $1.00,
Booksellers fl Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 St
AU THE EW UP-TO-DATE
STYLES,- Kid, Patent Kid, or
Light Calf, in $3.00 and S3. 50
Shoes, guaranteed to give satis
faction in every way.
1213 O ST.
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 things.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th sL
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.
Wirrlck sells suit cases; 1030 O St.
Russell Harris, '04, has been appoint
ed alternate to West Point.
Alden Turk of Elmwood spent Sun
day with his Sigma Alp brothers.
The subject of criminal law will be
taken up Friday under Dean Reese.
Professor Barbour will address the
Latin club at its next regular meeting.
Professor Harbour gae an address
before the lecture club of Hebron last
Phi Kappa Psi gave a smoker last
Saturday evening in honor of Rob Hur-dettc.
J. J. Thomas has gone to Chicago to
visit for a few weeks before going to
Mr. l.yie of Wahoo visited at the
Sigma Alp house from Friday until
C. M. Hummel, who has been out on
the B. & M. survey party, is visiting
Fred Kelly was In Omaha Monday
attending to business connected with
the senior annual.
The final examination in sales was
given last Saturday morning. The note
books on sales are due next week.
Mr. Guy Barnes Is visiting for a few
days with his Delta Tan Delta brothers,
and will attend the senior prom.
The junior law c lass will take up
the subject of bills, notes and checks
next Wednesday under Professor Rob-bins.
Messrs Matthews nnd Coad, both
junior law students, left school, but
will be back next year to finish their
MONEY TO STUDENTS
HtmloiitH (IrtHlrliiK kmiI. profitable, work for
tlio Riimnior, or. an tliolr time iiurtnltx. trur
tho coIIoko year, should wrlto uh nt onco for.i ir
UikhI UoiisokeenliiKiKoncy proposition. Tim
innKHIno Isof the hlKhoht iiinllty (IIimikIi only
$1,00 n cnr) and. ns o urn determined 10 dou
hlii our list (now V,r.00) In the next nlno month.
mo nro id ItiKK'HMl men anil women an oxmxl
ly liberal commission. )nr or.ly reiilromrtil
In HiillNfiiotory reforeneos hh to the upnllount'K
ajort A At?Ptf Is n fair Mini 'or nn ru
a,ow " vvcen eretlc ninn or woman
to make We will semi lull pnrtleiilais to nil In
tonMod, If when iii)lyluj;'i ho Dull) Nohraskan
Is mentioned. Thero In no limit to tlio number
of men and woe-' m we can employ, as wo cover
the whole eonnlrv partlenliiilv In elllrH of frem
lo.(XX) to fio.ooo. there In 11 fnrlliei ehnnen of fn
turn permanent salaried position to llioxo who
show speelal merit In this lino of our work.
Address CoIIoko Department.
PHELPS PUBU8HINO CO , Springtide!, Moan.
IS A GREAT LEVELER
OF ALL THINGS.
Miss Howell spoke at the Y. M. C. A.
meeting Sunday on "Faith." The at
tendance of young ladles was excep
Fred Deweese has returned from
Pittsburg where he was in attendance
as delegate to the national convention
of Phi Kappa Psi.
Mrs Ella H Morrison cnteitalnrd
the active and alumnae members of
Delta Delta Delta at a high luncheon
last Tuesday evening.
Miss Fern Abbott, a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority, who attended
school here last year, Is at Leland
Stanford this year.
Cassius A. Fisher of the department
of geology was called away by tele
gram last week to do some strati
graphic work for the United States geo
logical survey in Scotts Bluff county.
Early last week Dr. Harry Everett
and Mr E. H. Barbour vlsltxd Mr.
Isaac Pollard at Nehawka to examine
some Interesting geological and archeo-
loglcal features A large collection was
Tlio Aaion Gregg collection, estab
lished in the museum in 1890, has Just
reiehed another addition in the way
of a large and varied collection of the
coal plants of Pennsylvania. The col
lcition was bi ought and presented last
week by Mr Gregg, who now resides
at Tecumseh. Neb.
G. II. Ellsworth was in Lincoln yes
terday preparatory to removing his
family and household goods to Iowa
City, la., where he will be employed In
the future as superintendent of grounds
and buildings at the University of
Iowa. He expects to leave Lincoln
Thursday for his new home.
A Miss Garland, a senior student at
California university, has recently been
taken to a sanitarium, where she will
be treated for nervous exhaustion and
perhaps Insanity. The direct cause of
it is said to be due to too close applica
tion to study, and fear of approaching
Of course- you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Hut it takes double the
time to bring Ewing's
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 posessed by
none other. This is
worked into the garments
in the maktng and never
leaves them and this is
ONE OE THE REA
SONS WHY EWING'S
CLOTHES HAVE AT
TAINED THEIR MOST
TION. Suits or Overcoats,
$7.50 to $25.00.
EWING CLOTHING CD.
1115-1117 O St.,
Little Ovals 85c per dozen
Come aee $J Wtf . lftli Q fltrecl
Henyeltli on inspiration to him.- Yob,
too, ehouldenjoyaWaehburn. Wuaklmra
Mandollnaultaru, fcanjof, f libera oro fifjtd
by flrtt-dAwo eiusto doalwa cverrwaere,
New Models Oaly f is-o
Beautiful Souvenir Cataloguo Few.
LYON & HGALY, Makers,
17 Adam Street ChlCMf.
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