The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 30, 1902, Page 3, Image 3

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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
GRADUATING
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Sidles' Sporting -goods J-Iodse
Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
i3o4 o st.t Phone f 1038. SIDLES CYCLE CO.
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JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Offloe IN
0 Street, Rooms 21&-213-2U Bloh
ardi Block, Telephone 635. BealfUnoe,
Bb0 O gtaeet, Teleykoae UL
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY Dr. May
Louise Flanagan; Ofllce, HI South
12th Street Telephone 618.
Cut Flowora
and PlantB.
Funoral Designs
on Short Notice.
Stackhous & Greer,
. FLORISTS
The inly Vp-to-Date
Billiard and Fool Parlor
la the City
POWELL'S f&pNbhih
The riR.ST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska.
OfinltnJ. i20o.600i lurnlua and Droflte
IG8.837; deposits, $2,716,000, B. H. Bunv
tiom, Fresiaentj A. J. awyer, viae
reot-j H. a. jfreeman, (jasmer; n. xj.
Vans, Asst, yasmer: irranK rara,
set. Cashier. UNITED STATES DB
3ITORY.
WE ARE SOCIETY AND
STATIONERY
RRINTERS
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
1 113 N STREET.
Students, Your
Suitorium
Is located at 218 No. 11th Btreet. Tele
phono J.1028, ut
BLUMENTHAL'S.
Tliosc lints you l)uy of mo will he taken
cure of free of churg HjirliiK ityl lints
In soft I'auama shapes and Stiff Hats.
The 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 & Jtoll,
Booksellers 5 Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Yule Bros.
Laundry
Have your thesis bound at
Osborn's Bookbindery,
131 tJ. 12th St.
Second-Hand Books Sold on Com-
mission.
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1514 0 St.
Phone 754
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores fn re. Sefi him.
C. EL Brown, dentist, Burr block.
Eat at Don Cameron's, US S. 11th.
Oet an up-te-date university hair-cut
at Westerflelds.
For sheet music and supplies to
the Mathews Flaao C., 1120 street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist Richards blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
ValiBe8 and pocketbookB; 103G O.
C. a. Tucker, university jeweler,
1123 O street
Nicely furnished front room for rent
at Y. M. C. A., or 1417 Q street
Miss Wild, who taught a class in
' Life of ChriHt" in the Y. W. C. A.
Bible study course this year, will offer
a lecture course on "The Minor Proph
ets" next year.
A special election was held by the
" . W. C. A. yesterday afternoon for
the purpose of choosing a president of
the association, the former president
having resigned. Miss Addle Reynold
son was unanimously elected to the
important position.
M. M. Fogg will leave today for the
east .intending to do some work in
English literature in the library at
Harvard. He will ujso take in the
commencement exercises at Harvard
and Brown. A part of July and Au
gust will be Bpent at Princeton and
the Jersey Bhore.
The people of Nebraska who are in
terested in the university and expect
to be present at the commencement ex
ercises this spring will be pleased to
learn that a fare of one and one-third
haB been granted by all the railroads
on the certificate plan. This will doubh
less bring In a large number of alumni
and others who wish to be present.
To obtain this rate thoBe intending
to come should purchase their tickets
from any point in Nebraska and ob
tain a receipt therefor. On arriving
In Lincoln this certificate should be
deposited with the secretary of the
committee op arrangements and the
one-third fate arranged fur.
Qt course you'll bYe to keep ytfar room warm thia winteT
Gregory the Coal Man
Has
Eleventh
MAKE YOUR
FEET HARRY
BY FITTING THEM
INTO
Sanderson's Shoes.
CAMP E. BENJAMIN ANDREWS.
The adet battalion Is now com
fortably settled at Camp E. Benjamin
Andrews, named in honor of the
worthy chnncellor. The cadets arrived
at Seward at 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon and Immediately marched to 1
the fair grounds, which are a half mile
from town. The tents were pitched
inside of the raco track, among the
trees, where the cadets will enjoy camp
life to Its full extent.
The "soldiers" were kept busy dur
ing the rest of the afternoon getting
the tents and camp In general In readi
ness for the routine work.
Immediately after meBS the cadets,
being given their freedom, went out
on a tour of Inspection, taking In the
principal sights of the town. The citi
zens of Seward are doing everything
to gie the boys a cordial reception
A number of entertainments have been
planned. Wednesday evening a band
concert was given and this was fol
lowed by a dance at the grounds.
The dally program is: Reveille, first
call, r:45; assembly, (J a. m.; police
call, G:20; breakfast. G:30; sick call.
7 a. m.; squad drill, first call, 7:20;
assembly squad drill, 7:30; recall, 8 a.
in.; guard mount, first call. 8:20; as
sembly, 8:30; company drill, first call,
9:20; assembly, 9:30; recall. 10 a. m.;
dinner, 11:30; batfcillon drill, first call,
4:0; assembly. 4:30; recall, 5:10;
dress parade, first call. 5:20; assembly,
5:30; supper? 6:15; tattoo, 9:30; taps,
10:30.
Y. W. C. A. RECEPTION.
The recptlon of the Y. W. C. A.
members of the class of '02 by the
cabinet members last Monday evening
at the association rooms was a very
enjoyable function. The room waB
keaiii'Uilly decornted with ferns and
palms. A piano solo by Miss Van
Zandt and a vocal solo bj Miss Hunt
ing added much to the entertainment.
During the evening Miss Cace, In be-
( half of the senior girls, presented to
the association a fine office chair. Miss
Weldy responded, voicing the senti
ments of the entire association in ex
pressing sincere thanks to the senior
girls for this long-needed nnd much
appreciated gift, which, with the new
def.lt, will hereafter add much to the
equipment and comfort of the room.
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
THE
INTERNATIONAL CORRES
PONDENT SCHOOLS,
Scranton, Pa.
Have over 400,000 stu
dents. Join this host of
ambitious young men and
women, who are 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 ai,
Lincoln, Neb.
H. H. TOWNSEND.
P. M. PLAMONDON.
THE BEST LAUNDRY.
2249 O Street.
Saw edges ironed smooth
Phone. 579.
MEADVILLE THEOLOG
ICAL SCHOOL.
The Meadville Theological
School, Meadville, Pa., founded in
1844, 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
graduatesand special provision for
other exceptional cases. Send for
catalogue to Pres. G. L. Cary.
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