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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1902)
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. OGloe 1100
O Street, RoomB 212-213-214 Riok
arda Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
IffiLO Q Btr t, Telephone L91
DR BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. Mar
Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South
12th Street. Tolophone 618.
T 1P. DAYIIS. P. D. S., Dentist.
-4-4. Bridge and Qrown vrork. Office
ramY. orar RouLr Island tioket office.
Order Your Ice Oream Prom
J. H. Stuckey
Given to Dealers.
Also Entertainments both
Public add Private.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
In the City
POWELL'S Spr 5t
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, $200,000; surplus and profits,
168,837; deposits, J2.715.000. S. H. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vice
Prest; H. B. Freeman. Cashier; H. B.
Iffvans, ABBt. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
1113 N STREET.
Is located at 218 No. llth Street.
llioue LlttJM. at
Those huts you buy of me will l taken
cure of free of cliarKO KnriiiK stylo Hats
In soft 1'aiiiiinii shapes and Stiff Hats. '
Now is the time ior you
to get bargains in Framed
Pictures. This week we
will give you 3 3 Jo percent
off or better on our line.
Pictures, former price $15.00,
Pictures, former price $6.00,
Pictures, former price $1.00,
Wilson $ Jl&li,
Booksellers ct Stationers,
1123 O St.,-Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 st
Boys, have ycu seen the NEW OXFORDS at
THEY HAVE A SWKLL LOT OF $3.50 ONES.
Rat at Hendry's, 129 N. llth.
Fine furs. Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele storj?s furs. See him.
The Ivy Press prints things.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th sL
Eat at Don Cameron's. 118 So. llth.
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. llth.
Valises and pocketbooks; 1030 O.
C. A. Tucker, university jeweler,
1123 O street.
The class in irrigation went to Crete
Friday to gain some practical experi
ence in the field. They gauged the
Mine river ut that .point and returned
Friday afternoon without having suf
fered any serious mishap. One of the
members of the class went swimming.
Three of the lour men who returned
as members of the cadet battalion on
the arrival of Captain Smoke were
given promotions Friday evening from
the ranks to the positions of sergeants.
Privates E. P. Walton and Robt. Hill
were assigned to company I), and Amos
Thomas was placed in company B.
Private Pollard had his military record
made clear of the charge of conduct
unbecoming an officer, entered against
him by the previous commandant.
These promotions were made following
a line of action which the new com
mandant has been contemplating in re
gard to the filling of vacancies among
the officers by the older drilled men.
MISSOURI DEFEATS KANSAS.
The annual debate between Missouri
and Kansas, which took place at Law
rence, Kan., Friday night, was won
by Missouri. The question was the
same general question which Nebraska
and Missouri debate May 9 municipal
ownership. Missouri furthermore had
the affirmative the same side she has
TEAM TO LEAVE M)R MINNEAPO
LIS. The baseball team will leave for Min
neapolis tomorrow at 1:31) On (he
way northward (hey will take time to
play games at Cedar Rapids Wednes
day and Decorah Thursday. Two games
will be played at Minneapolis on Fri
day and Saturday.
473-47B II mad it Mr
AlliHtiy, New York
Makers of the
Yesterday was an unusually but day.
The thermometer on Nebraska ball
started the day at (J n. in. at .r.r de
grees above zero. At that time the
mercury began (o rise until at .".30 in
the afternoon it stood at the high
water mark and registered !).r degrees.
This is 22 degrees above the normal.
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Collegon and
Universities. Illustrated Manual,
sample prices, oto. , on request.
Gowns for tho pulpit and bench.
For the N"braska-Missouti debate nt
Columbia, May 8, arrangements are
last being concluded, and Craft, Meier,
Noith and Lee are getting into shape.
The debate has been changed from Fri
day, May !), to Thursday night, at MlF
souri's request "
Word comes from Columbia that the
Mibsourians, flushed with victory over
Kansas on the municipal ownership
question, confidently expect to over
whelm Nebraska again.
Chancellor Andrews has, according
to the rules, submitted to Missouri a
list of four judges who he thinks would
be capable judges of a discussion on
the municipalization question and who
would be satisfactory to Missouri. Mis
souri Is to choose two of the four. Mis
souri's list from which Nebraska Is to
choose the third has not yet arrived.
Hy Croltcr Will Iteturn.
It has been declared over and over
that Richard Croker has expatriated
himself for good, but officials of the
New York Democratic Club say that
the ex-Tammany boas will return in
September qnd will take a hand In the
fall campaign as usual.
'The Girls' Letter Guild" is
the name of a unique reform move
ment in England. Women of
culture pledge themselves to write
letters of friendly tone to the girls
of the lower classes, to aid in their
mental and moral uplifting. The
object is to win the girls' friend
ship, encourage them and disabuse
them ol false notions and class
prejudices. Good results are said
to be already noticeable and it is
suggested that suscessful men be
asked to do the same thjng for
Of course you'll hare to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
for st. 50. $10.00
We're helling Suits for men that
are made up in the best manner,
011 the latest fashion models, of
strictly high grade materials.
IF WE CAN GET YOU
to look at them, we are confi
dent you'll find the one you
WILL YOU LOOK
and save money by it?
EWING CLOTHING CD.
1115-1117 O St.,
WE DO NOT
imitate; we Lead in com
mercial and society print- I
ing. The latest designs
in programs and menu
cards of all kinds.
THE IVY PRESS
FRANK L. "LEMON. MGR7.
125-127 North 12th. Phone 832.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
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