The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 09, 1902, Page 3, Image 3
THE DAILY XICBRAflttAH. Pv i inciSSassBBsssKHeEnn Sidles1 Sportituj Goods House Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work 1304 o st., Phone f 1038. SIDLES CYCLE CO. UNI PINS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR iSmiBi8uBidamDaDaQBDua 'Yil Ugll V' V JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloe 1100 O Streot, Rooms 212-213-214 Rloh rd Block, Telephone 535. Residence, IfflLO Q Street, Tolepbone L964. DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May Louise Flanagan; Office, 141 South 12th Street Tolepbone C18. Mrs. L. Anderson & Co. MILLINERS Special Prices to University Girls 135 South 12th St. The (ftnly Op-to-Date Millard and Pool Parlor It fee City POWEkL'8 BtfSiS? 8t The FIRST NATIONAL BANK , Of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital, $200,000 aurplua and proflta, I0S.U7; deposits, $3,715,000. B. H. Burn ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vloe Prastl H. B. Freeman, Cashier; H. B. fervans, Ajut. Cashier: Frank Parka, AaatjCaahler. UNITED STATEfP DE POSITORY. WE ARE SOCIETY AND STATIONERY PRINTERS Dance Programs, Menii Cards. THE NEW EfofURY, 1133 N STREET. Cut Flovrere Bd Plants. Funeral Deslkne on Short Node. Stackhous & Gf efci FLORISTS Tbe proper Styles, Shades and Sizes in Regret, Invitation and Correspondence Station ery can always be found in our stock. Our Engraved Invita tions and Card Work is the finest to be had. Wilson $ Jtell, v Booksellers A Stationers, 1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb. Yule Bros. Laundry 1514 0 Si Phone 754 Capitol City Bowl ing Alley, 1218 N St We cater to the student trade. O. E. KIMBERLY, Prop. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Eat ot Hendry's, 129 N. llth. Fine furs. Steele, 143 So. 12th. Steele stores furs. See hlin. C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block. The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th sL Eat at Don Cameron's. 118 80. llth. Get an up-to-date university hair-cut at Westerflelda. 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; 1036 O. C. A. Tucker, 1123 O street. university jeweler, Samuel Carney has left school and returned to his home in Sutton. A paper will probably be circulated to ascertain the real wishes of the Laws on the subject. Any girl wanting employment during the summer months will do well to hand In her name to the Y. W. C. A. secretary, Miss Weldy. From now until May 23 the lecture periods in American history 18, will be given to the students for presentation of their semester papers. Miss Bouton will speak to young women at the Y. W. C. A. room, Sun day, at 4 p. m. All young women should make an effort to be present. Mr. Little, an editor of a western paper and formerly a Btudent at the university, called on a number of stu dent frlendB, while in town this week. In the first meeting a banquet com mittee made a report favorable to hav ing one during commencement week. It was decided not to have a banquet. The second meeting was called to re consider the action, but nothing was ddne. Of course jeull have t& keep your root Warm this winter Oregttfy the Coal Matt Has Eleventh One of Satider$on'$ $3.50 SPECIALS Try them; they are fine. The Y. W. C. A. cabinet met Tues day evening. All but two of the girls were present. The reports of the com mittees were read. That of the mis sionary committee was especially good, both In form and contents. The reg ularity with which bulletins for the Sunday meetings have appeared, and the Improved appearance of the rooms were both commented upon. The finance committee reported one hun dred and fifty-eight dollars on hand. The matter of Geneva delegates was next mentioned. It was decided to send three girls, the association pay ing half of their expenses, also half of the expenses. of the. secretary. The report of the advisory board meeting was given and their recommendation that Miss Weldy be asked to retain her position as general secretary for next year waB discussed. The motion to retain her next year was passed unanimously. Captain Smoke held a meeting last night with the officers of the battalion in which the minor details regarulng encampment were discussed. .1. S. Ellis is the author of a story which appears in the April number of the Western College magazine. Mr. Ellis Is a member of Mr. Shedd's short story class, for which the story was written some time ago. The Y. M. C. A. cabinet held a busi ness meeting in the rooms last night and matters of importance were taken up which will materialize at some fu ture date. The Senior Lawyers held two busi ness meetings yesterday afternoon. However, nothing was accomplished at either, because of the extreme amount of parlimentary law and debating. The class In physics IV. enjoyed an examination Tuesday on electricity. Those who passed their examination will not be tested on electricity In the rmal examination at the close of the year. Rev. Luther P. Ludden addressed the Btudents at convocation yesterday morning on "Individuality." He im pressed upon the students the neces sity of always cultivating independence of thought and action which are al ways the factors In, producing individ uality. the Stuff and O Streets WW YOU 'Wyv 5 cant go home 1 s till you get a uni. pin, badge, c watch fob or ? q hat pin. suit s 5 your taste and ? v pocket book at a THE CO-OP rotzakkkkkHh THE INTERNATIONAL CORRES PONDENT SCHOOLS, Scran ton, Pa. Over one hundred different courses, including GERMAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH Over Six Hundred Stu dents in Lincoln For further information call on,. or write F. T. WRIGHT, Repres entative, 1205 O St., Room 21, Lincoln, Neb. Jhft Improved BOSTON GARTER The Standard for Gentlemen ALWAYS EASY f Th Nfo RONTON I GARTER ''UiUwpeV Ben every idep. 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