The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 28, 1902, Page 3, Image 3

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Sidles' Sportincj floods jModse
Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
i3o4 o st., Phone f 1038. SIDLES CYCLE CO.
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offlo 11W
0 Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rioh
prdfl Block, Telephone 586. Reeidenoe,
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DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Mar
Loulso Flanagan; Office, 141 South
12th Street Telophone G18.
Order Your Ice Oream Prom
J. H. Stuckey
1837 O
Street.
Phone
1105.
Special Attention
Qlven to Dealers.
Also Entertainments both
Public and Private.
The Only Up-to-Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
1b the City
POWELL'S tt.&m
nth St
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capital, $200,000; surplus and profile.
t8.8$7: deposits, $2,715,000. B. H, Burn-
ham, President; A. J. Bawyer, Vic
Prestj H. B. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
Evans, Asst. Cashier; Frank Porks,
Lsst Cashier. UNITED SU'ATJiw vu-
3ITORY.
WE ARE SOCIETY AND
STATIONERY
PRINTERS
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
IU3 N STREET.
Students, Your
Suitorium
In located at '218 No. lltli StreK. Tele
Iliono LlCtm. at
BLUMENTHAL'S.
Tliosc hats you buy of me will be taken
care of free of charge Spring style Hats
in soft Panama shapes ami Stiff Hats.
Xbe proper
Styles, Shades and .-izes
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 J Jtoll,
Booksellers StaMoners,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Yule Bros.
Laundry
1514 0 St.
Phone 754
Have your thesis bound at
Osborn's Bookbindery,
131 N. 12th St.
Second-Hand Books Sold on Commission.
PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry'B, 129 N. 11th.
Fi furs, Steele, 143 So
12th.
Steele stores furs. See him
C. E. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
Bat at Don Cameron's. 112 Se. 11th.
6ft an up-te-date university hair-cut
at Westerners.
For sheet music and supplies go to
the Muthows Piano Co., 1120 9 street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist Richards blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
ValiseB and pocketbooks; 103G O.
C. A. Tucker,
1123 O street
university jeweler,
Nicely furnished front room for rent
at Y. M. C. A., or 1417 Q street.
Harry Barker is at St
hospital with diphtheria
Elizabeth's
.lames Cleary of Grand Island is in
the city visiting his brother.
Phi Delta Phi will hold a banquet
at the Lincoln on Tuesday, June 3.
Phi Delta Phi initiated Messrs.
Hewitt and Johnson last Wednesday
evening.
Mr. Hoffman, '04, has
position with the electric
puny at Wymore.
accepted a
light com-
W. F. Meier will give an address at
Crete tomorrow evening before the
-high school on "High School and Uni
versity Debates."
The last meeting of the I.atin club
was held at MIbb Ruth Bryan's home,
Monday evening. The speaker of the
evening, Professor Howard, talked on
"Modern Roman Literature."
The class of '97 wnl be entertained
Tuesday evenine. June 10. from 3 to G
in the afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
Hyatt, 1037 H street. The member
ship of this class on graduation was
LOCAL AND
Of course youll hare to keep your room warm thlB winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has
Eleventh
TRY SANDERSONS
S3.00
AND S3. SO
SPECIAL SHOES.
Every student should be present at
the mass meeting this morning. The
question of the chancellor going to
Wisconsin is a serious one and onei
in which every student is interested.
Let Memorial hall he filled with the
students this morning.
At the meeting of the debating asso
ciation the following officers were
elected: President, N. M. Cronin;
vice president, F. M. Hunter; secretary-treasurer,
C. I. Taylor, and sena
tor, O. A. Lee. These offlcerH will con
stitute the student members, of the
debating board for next year.
The stockholders of the Hesperian
Publishing company held their annual
election of officers for the coming year
yesterday afternoon. The board of di
rectors will be coinj)08ed as follows
Professor H. B. Ward and J I Wyer,
from the faculty, and Messrs. Wash
burn, MeCaw and Leavltt as student
members.
The Hayward Republican club held
its annua! election of officers yester
day afternoon. The following were
elected: President, F. M. Richard;
first vice president, E. D. Hodge; sec
ond vice president, C. C. Tellson; sec
retary. W. A. Shock, and treasurer, Q.
M. Peters. A resolution was passed
endorsing Hon. C. J. Warner for a
second term in the legislature. Plans
were discussed for the work to be done
by the club next fall in the campaign.
Considerable interest was manifested
' by those present.
E. F. Bliss, '02, lias accepted a good
position as electrical inspector for the
Union Switch and Signal company of
Pittsburg, Pa. Mr. Bliss has given
some special attention to the subject
of block signaling, having spent all of
last summer In the east gathering raa-
terial for his thesis, which is upon this
1 subject. The Electrical World and En-
1 gineer of New York has arranged to
, publish this thesis in its columns. The
.' terrible railroad wrecks of the last six
months .especially the New York tun
nel disaster, have brought the need of
better signallug prominently before the
public.
the Stuff
and O Streets
There is nothing more
appropriate for a pres
ent to a graduating
friend than a Uni.
Souvenir Spoon, Hat
Pin, Watch Fob or
Badge. All styles at
THE CO-OP
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INTERNATIONAL CORRES
PONDENT SCHOOLS,
Scran ton, Pa.
Have over 400,000 stu
dents. Join this host of
ambitious young men and
women, who arc getting a
technical education, get
ting practical experience
and drawing their salaries
at the same time.
For further information call on,
or write F. T. WRIGHT, Repres
entative, 1205 O St., Room 21,
Lincoln, Neb.
Oeo. W. MontgromerTi President.
Ll P. Funkhousor, Cashier.
CASH CAPITAL, $50,000.00.
Farmers and Merchants Ba.fk
16th and O Bta., Lincoln, Neb.
MEADV1LLE THEOLOG
ICAL SCHOOL.
The Meadville Theological
School, Meadville, Pa., founded in
1H44, is now newly endowed and
amply equipped. Its courses of
study are modern in range and
methods. It is a school of liberal
thought with no doctrinal tests.
Thorough training for college
graduates and special provision for
other exceptional cases. Siend for
catalogue to Pres. G. L. Cary.
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