The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 15, 1903, Page 3, Image 3
w) vi hn; THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN. CALIfORNIA THE COLUMBIA EIRE INSURANCE CO. $200,000.000Cash Capital Special Policies for Dwellings or Household Goods. "jj5gj!"jigg22jggg"22 f OLIVER THEATRE i i i i 'i - nr i f ii Tonight, January 15th MR. HENRY W. SAVAGE Presents the Latest Pixley & Luder's Musical Comedy PRINCE OF PILSEN ioo Artists, big and small, in the Company. Special Prince of Pilsen Orchestra. The Original Cast of Principals and Chorus In tact Direct from a Triumphant 5 months iu Boston, 3 months in Chicago, where a,ooo people saw it and sounded its praises to the skies. Galaxy of Graceful, Gor geously Gowned Girls'. Offices: Star Building, llth and M Streets D. E. THOMPSON, Phone President. 469. BURT W. RICHARDS, Resident Manager. Local and Personal Oltver Theater Phnrmacy. Prices; BQc, 75c, $100 and $1.50. DU TEIL CI6ARS THAT'S ALL Saturday "2" o'clock. Masquerade suits at Ludwlg's. Restaurant Unique, 1228 O Btroet Eat at Bon Cameron's, 118 So. llth. C. B. Brown, dentist Burr block. Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eleventh. tt tt Columbia National Bank Of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital, $100,000.00 Officers: John B.Wright, Presi dent; J. H. Westcott, Vice-Presi dent; Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-Presi dent; P. L. Hall, Cashier; W. B Ryons, Assistant Cashier. Cameron's lunch counter, llth. 118 So. Presbyterian Deception Invitations are now out to the stu dents in the university being members of the Presbyterian churches at home or in the city and to all those, who hare inclinations to this denomination for a large reception to be tendered them and other students In the city by the First Prcsbytrian church of Lincoln on next Tuesday evening. The aim is to make this one of the enjoyable events of the school year. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS VIA The Burlington EVERY THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. 0nlV $5-00 for a Double Berth an $4000 for a R. R. Ticket Lincoln to Los Angeles Call and get full information. The R. & C. Seven chairs. barber Bhop, 1144 O St. The- finest in the city. Quy Barnes, of '01, and captain of company D, was a campus visitor yesterday. DR. J. R- HAGGARD. Physi oian and Surgeon. Special atten tion paid to diseases of females and rectal diseases. Rooms 212 to 214 Richards block. Residence 1310 Gt street. Office telephone 535. Residence telephone L 984. , Neatly furniBhed rooms and board at 1236 Q St Gentlemen preferred. Mrs. Q. A. Jost. Mr. JoBeph E. Wing, a prominent writer for the Breeder's Gazette, is making a series of addresses nt the State Farm. Mjss Myrtle Price has been elected principal of the high school at Wayne to fill a vacancy caused by the resigna tion of one of the teachers during the holidays. Depot, 9th and P Streets. Oity Office, 10th and O Streets. CAPITAL CAfE Dr. Hinnman was unable to meet his classes Tuesday, being confined to the house by sickness. Teeth filledwithout pain OR. A. B. AYRES, DENTIST A libera discount to students. 141 So. 12TH St., - Lincoln, Neb BOWLING ALLEY S ALLEYS. Standard and Regula tion in every particular. 1210 O street. H. O. THOMAS, Proprietor Yule Bros. Laundry Originators or the Idea orsendlng kmy.work satlsiUctory BE .t -.... -TtHTEItgbLLEGIATE BUREAU. OP ' 'jL0ad)iMld'OQBTUME. (TBEIA, KAjba, IT. Y. S V" " MakoTa attha 0APS G0WHS and HOODS oltTnlv of Nebraska. UniTi of Minnesota, Univ. of Ohloago, Univ. of Omaha, Cor nell, Yale, harvard, Jpiwoetori, Xeland' Btanforf, U. of P., iHIUBSH $3.00 commutation ticket for ?2.70 at the Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 13th St. Students are cordially invited. Little Gem hot waffles served at the Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St. We have a large student patronage. R. H. Wessel, '02, is editor and pub lisher of a weekly paper, The Fred erick Enterprise, at Frederick, Okla. Mr. Letherby, Nebraska's famous twlrler, will not be In school this year. He has signed with the Western league. Isaac Pollard of Nehawka, father of iu. M. Pollard, '94, on whose farm the noted Indian flint mines have been discovered, recently visited the His torical society rooms. A large crowd assembled at convo cation yesterday with the expectation of hearing Hon. Edward Rosewater. They were disappointed, however, as Mr. Rosewater was not present. W. T. Home, '98, has spent two years In Alaska and has returned to the land of civilization, whoro he is now engaged in redeeming some of the desert of southern California by Irri gation. He is at Imperila, near the Mexican line. Wlille In the east Dr. Clements was asked to undertake the preparation of a portion of the matter for the great work to be known as "The Flora of North America." The work is under tuo charge of the foremost systematic botanists of the country. "Caldwell's Civil Government of Ne braska" Is the appendix of the recent ly published Nebraska edition of Peter man's text-book on civil government. Mr. Caldwell's work .is unique In the method of procedure and follows an altogether different line from most of the other workB on civil government now In use. A Good H Open Place EBB! AU' To Eat KQh Night Meals 15c and Upwards E. J. FRANCIS, Successor to FRANCIS BEOS., Prop'r. 121 North llth Street. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE ijmiTna Trade HlAftKfc DetiaNs COPYRIOHTS AC. Anyone ending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aa Intention probably patentable,," ConimBnlca Uona itrlctlr conndent HAHfllOQ on Patent entfreo. Oldest agoncr for aeoorfng patent. Patent taken through Mann A Co. receive tpteiat notice, without charge, tn the Scientific flmcrkaM. A handsomely IllurtraUkJ weekly. Large cir culation of any eclontlflo Journal. Term, $9 m roar t four month, L Bold brail newsdealer. 1UHNC0"'--'.HbwM Branca Offloe, 036 V BU Waaslsgtoa. D. C. The receipts of the football season at Harvard netted the Athletic associa tion $38,000. For the last few days school child ren have been visiting the art exhibi tion In large numbers. Wednesday morning several hundred children took in thlp pleasant and Instructive treat, while their teachers carefully guarded them and helped them to enjoy the beauty of the pictures. The presence of a flfteen-year-old boy at the University of Michigan has excited much comment. Though he is under the age limit, he Insisted that he be given the examinations, and not only did he succeed in entering, but had thirty-two hours' advance credit, which is equivalent to one year's work. The boy's homo is in Indianapolis, and both his parents are Michigan gradu ates. Purdue Exponent DR. BEN J. F. BAILEY DR. MAY L. FLANAGAN DRS. BAILEY AND FLANAGAN ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF THEIR. JOFFICESTO W7 i 'fi'Wl. ai - v - .V ! 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