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THE DAILT MBRAflKAH.
IS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlo 1100
O Btrset, Rooms 212-21-214 Rich
ftrds Block, Tlephono 536. RsUUno,
lfllO Q Btr t, Telephons L9i.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louie Flanagan; Office, 141 South
I2tk Btroet. Telephone 618.
trial ami ou will call imalii.
Half Sole wliilo
you wait, 450 and
111). Htihber heols
&. ile iik a
1341 O STREET
Order Your Ice Cream From
J. H. Stuckey
Qivan to Dealers.
Also Entertainments both
public and Private.
The Only Up-to-Datc
Billiard and Pool Parlor
la tte City.
The flltST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, 1100,000: surplus and profit.
168.137; deposits. 12,716,000. 8. H. Burn
ham, Prwident; A. J. Bavryer, Vice
FresL; H. 8. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
Brans, Asst. Cashier; Frank ParXa,
AsaL Cashier. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Danct: Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
uaa N STREET.
Is located at 218 No. 11 Ui Street. Telo
phone L102H. at
Those hats you buy of me will be taken
care of free of chargo Spring style HatB
In soft i'auama shafts ami Stiff Hats.
Now is the time for you
to get bargains in Framed
Pictures. This week we
will give you 33 percent
off or better on our line.
Pictures, former price $15.00,
Pictures, former price $6.00,
Pictures, former price $1.00,
Wilson & Jtoll,
Booksellers et Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
LOCAI "AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. llth.
Fino furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Stcelo BtoroB furs. See him.
The Ivy Press prints things.
C. E. Brovrn, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 81G So. 12th bL
A F. Strahorn. '01. who has been
engaged in special work In the soil
labratory of the university farm, has
left for Washington, D C, where he
will accept a position In the bureau of
soils of the department of agriculture.
Eat at Don Camcron'B. 118 So. llth.
Get an up-to-date university hair-cut
For sheet music and supplies go ta
.v.. nii. m... rv 1101-1 n ...n
luc iTiuiiiuvru x muw vw., iuu v oiiuvu.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards bllf.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 8. llth. j
Vnl KeyBer, '04, will go to the Min
nesota experiment station and be en
gaged there during the summer It has
been the custom of Prof. Hays of Min
nesota and Prof. Lyons of the Nebras
ka station to exchange two assistants
during each summer in order to give
them a broader field of experience.
The football men will get out for the
first spring practice about May 1. The
work will consist of puting and kick
ing, with the expectation of developing
some good material along that line for
next year A prize will be offered later
In the spring for the candidato who
makes the best long kicking record.
MONEY TO STUDENTS
Ht idents dnHlrlug jioort. profitable work for
thu summer, or, un their time permit, dnrlii."
tlio coIIck" year, should wrlto ux at once foro ir
(lonri HoiiKukonnliur agency proportion. Tim
maimlne Ik of llio hlnhost tiallty (though only
tl.oo a year) and. uh wo aro detormlnod to lou
bio our list (now V, (,()) In the rioxtnlno month,
wo are ithlnn Rood men and women an nxoeod
ly liberal commission Our only requirement
l satisfactory reference? as to tlio applicants
ttinrt A ajctetu I a fair sum for an on
vDOv- m wcert crKctlc limn or womnii
to make Wo will send full jmrtlcularH to all In
teres ted. If when applying The Dally Ncbrankiin
Is mentioned. There In no limit to tlio number
of men and women we can employ, an wo etmsr
tlio whole country particularly In cities of from
lo oon to riO.doo. There In a further chance of fu
turn permanent salaried position to thoxo who
nIiow special merit In this lino of our work.
AddrcHN Colleno Popartmont,
PHELPS PUBLISHING CO , Springfield, Ma.
Valises and pocketbooks; 1036 O.
C. A. Tucker, university Jeweler,
1123 O street.
Edward Hoffnel Is visiting his Alpha
The second year girls in domestic
science have taken up Invalids' cooking.
Delta Delta Delta sorority will give
a dance at Walsh hall tomorrow evening.
Phi Kappa Psi will give its annual
party at the Lincoln on Friday even
ing, April 2.
During the severe wind storm of
Monday night about one hundred panes
of glass were destroyed on the green
houses. The gardener was busy all
day yesterday replacing them for fear
of a cold spell and hence exposure of
the plants. The latter were all covered
with dirt and presented a sorry appearance.
The first year domestic science girls
are serving meals to other girls in the
department and the second year girls
are serving course meals to invited
Two cinder paths aro In process of
construction north of the gymnasium,
about sixty and one hundred feet long
respectively. One will be UBCd for
pole vaulting and the other for the
broad jump. Previous to this It was
almost impossible for men to wear
spiked shoes on the hardened and
caked earth. The Improvement will
partly relieve the difficulties.
Don R. Jewell. '02, left for Omaha
last Monday where he wont to take
the civil service examination for the
Coast and Geodetic survey. The ex
amination is a very difficult one. re-,
quiring two days.
1514 0 Si
The Latin club meets tonight at the
home of Dr. Boasey, 1504 S street Pro
fessor Groovo E. Barber will speak to
the members on the "Life of the Ro
mans." The speakers for the three re
maining meetings will be, Dr. J. T.
Lees, Chancellor Andrews, and Dr.
The freshmen have decided to break
precedents and give a party in the near
future. President Sawyer has appointed
the following to serve on an entertain
ment committee: Fred Sweely, chair
man; W. C. Ramsey, Edith Dumont,
Olive States, Montgomery Case, Aldls
Hibner. The date and place of holding
the party lias riot as yet been, determined.
FOR 97.36. SO.OO
kND S5. OO
We're selling Suits for men that
nre. made up in the best manner,
on the latest fashion models, of
strictly high grade materials.
IF WE CAN GET YOU
to look at them, wc are conti
nent you II tlnu tlio one yon
WILL YOU LOOK
and save money by it?
EWING CLOTHING CO.
WE DO NOT
Professor Sweezey is "" at present
working on some drawings of a new
transit instrument whose parts and
castings will be done mostly at the
shops during the summer. This will
he built according to the ideas of Prof.
Sweezey and wiH he mounted on a sep
arate pier at the south of the observa
tory. Another transit instrument, but
smaller, and for the use of beginning
students will .also be located in the
Imitate; we Lead in com
mercial and society print
ing. The latest designs
in programs and menu
cards of all kinds.
Of course yjBull hare to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Das the Stuff
Eleventh, and O Streets
THE IVY PRESS
FRANK L. LEMON. MGR..
135-X37 North 12th. Phone 832..
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
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