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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1902)
THE DAILY KXBRASKAH.
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloa 11M
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rlok
arda Blook, Ttlophoaa 535. Raidno,
mo Q Btot, Talaphona UttA.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Loulso Flnnapan; Offlco, 141 South
12th Street. Tolopbono 618.
Order Your lee Or cam Prom
J. H. Stuckey
Given to Dealers.
AIbo EntertalnmonU both
JPublic add Private.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
la the City
The FIRST NATIONAL DANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, $200,000; urplua and proflta,
168,837; deposits, J2.715.000. B. H. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vlc
Prest.; H. S. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
EVans, Aset. Cashlor; Frank Parka,
ABBt. Caahler. UNITED STATES DE
POSITORY. WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
M23 N STREET.
Is located at '.'18 No. lltli Street, 'lele
phone I.Win, at
Those hats you liny f mr will taken
care of free of charts Nprliur styl lints
In soft Panama shapes and Stiff Hats.
Styles, Shades and Sizes
in Regret, Invitation and
ery can always be found
in our stock.
Our Engraved Invita
tions and Card Work is
the finest to be had.
Wilson $ Jtell,
Booksellers ( Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
John B. Wright, Pres., J. H. Weiitcott,
lot Vice President, J. Samuels, 2d
Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
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LINCOLN, - - - - NEBRASKA.
1514 0 St
Sidles' Sporting Goods flodse
Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
i3o4 o St., Phone f 1038 SDLES OYOLE CO.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry's. 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143. So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
Eat at Don Tameron's. ill So. 11th.
Qet aa up-t-dat uaiTerslty hair-cut
For sheet music au supplies e t
tfc Mathews !Iam C., 112f street.
Dr. Woodward, cullst. rllchardB blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Valises and pocketbooks; 103G O.
C. A. Tucker, university jeweler,
1123 O Btreet.
Nict-ly furnished front room for rent
nt V. M. V A , or 1117 Q street.
Miss Simmons passed lust Sunday at
tier home at Sidney, la.
The Phi Delta Phis will hold their
annual banquet June 3rd at the Lin
coln. The Phi Delta Phis will initiate O. E.
.Johnson and Theodore Hewitt this
The ( adet battalion lias been ex
cused from further drill until they go
to camp next week.
MIsb Boose has been enjoying a
visit from her mother, of Falls City,
for the last few days.
Beta Theta Pi will hold its fifteenth
annual banquet at the Lincoln hotel
Saturday evening, May 24.
Invitatfons liac been issued by the
Y M. C. A. to a lawn party to be given
Tuesday evening. May 27, at the home
of Dr. A. Ross Hill, 506 North Twenty
"The University English club elect
ed the following members last Friday
evening: Misses Greene. Bryan.Towne,
and Mrs. Buckner, and Messrs. Huse.
Of course you'll hare to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Patent Kid or Yici Kid,
The Pre-Medlcs were entertained in
formnlly by Miss Gladys Henry last
night at her home on F street Be
tween twenty-five and thirty were
present This is the last meeting of
the oiganization this year.
Dr Oieene, superintendent of the
insane asylum, spoke on subjects In
teresting to the quests A general so
cial time was enjoyed and refresh
ments were served later in the even
ing. The members of the Woman's Fat -ulty
club and their husbands will be
entei talned .at the university farm
this afternoon. Carriages will meet
the street cars at Holdrege stret l from
3 o'( lo( k to I! in the evening.
SENIOR BOOK OUT
The senior (lass book arrived ves
terdaj and as a result all the seniors
are bieathlng much more easily The
past few weeks have been a peifod
of suspense for them while awaiting
their biographies The books, as usual,
sold like hot takes and all day long
there could be seen groups of students
reading and commenting on the pro
duction. The book appears In a somewhat dif
ferent form from those of former years
and the change is undoubtedly an im
provement. Almost two hundred pages
of select reading matter are found
between Its covers. In the personal
write-ups a decided Improvement Is
noticed over former class books in
that there Is an absence of that mo
notony which has characterized all
works heretofore. As each member
of the class was to write the Btory
of aome friend a splendid variety has
Anothei attractive feature of the
book Is the large number of excel
lent cartoons. These have been re
served for none in particular, but huve
I fallen to professors and students alike.
In former books caitoon work has
been somewhat supplanted by mean
ingless and stale jokes, which it is a
pleasure to note have no space In the
j book given to the students yesterday.
The popular professors occupy no
I small space in the work and they will
1 doubtless consider it an honor to have
the privilege of appearing with the
j class of 1902.
The book Is one which does credit
I to the class which it represents and Ib
j evidence of a vast amount of work by
the committee which has had It In
charge. It will be one which will be
well worth keeping to Berve as a com
panion to the members of the class
when they become scattered to the
and O Streets
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