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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1903)
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Cincinnati Shoe i
'' We can sell you up-
'.'. to - date shoes and
;: guarantee them. &
'' Gioe us a trial. & In :"
'.'. our Electric Shoe Ke-
:; pairing Factory toe
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J Wolfanger & Warthon X
J 2 20 O Street
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:: Good Health Cafe ii
Eat to live
Eat the best
X Our motto is: Everything in X
nearly as natural a state X
as possible, and free
Short orders and
I Eggs on Toast all hours. ; ;
Good Health Cafe
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We are still offer
ing our reduced
rates on all our
Shoes. , d
Palace Dining Hall
The largest and. best eaytpped eating house
in the city J. .Furnished roohis.ln connection
DELL'B. COOPER, TYRAHART,
H3Q N Street Lincoln, Neb'
Local and Personal
February 20. Alpha Theta Chi par
ty, Walsh hall.
Saturdny, Feb. 21. Gloc Club con
cert. Memorial hall.
March 13. Company B hop, Frater
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.'
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street.
C. K. Drown, Dentist. Burr block.
Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and 0.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eloventh.
II. N. books closing out at Osborn's
old book store.
Closing out of U. N. books at Os
born's old book store.
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 17G.
Dr. Ketehum, Oculist, 411 1 hards blk.
Glasses fitted and guaranteed.
Save by getting books while they
last at Osborn's old book store.
The K. & C. barber shop, 1144 O St.
-Seven chairs. The finest In the city.
A pessimist 1b a man whose views
of life are In accord with his disor
E. Hallett, diamond merchant and
jeweler, 1143 0 St., has the finest se
lection of diamonds in the city.
$3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 nt
the Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 13th St.
Students are cordially invited.
Little Gem hot wafllcB served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a large student patronage.
The best Fountain Pen made is the
S. E. Waterman's Ideal. E. Hallett,
the jeweler, 1143 O St., has a line se
lection. The Merchants' Cafe wants two stu
dent waiters of experience to serve
two mealB per day for board. Come
Don't be without time when you can
buy a watch for $1.00 that keeps good
time. You can see them in Hallett'B
window, 1143 0 bt.
Miss Louise Pound will speak to the
girls of the Lincoln Academy at the
Social Hour Club, Tuesday, at Mrs.
Address Before Sigma Xi.
The lecture of Prof. L. L. Dyche of
Kansas. University on "The Arctic
Highlander," given Saturday night be
fore the Sigma XI society, was attend
ed by a large and appreciative audi
ence of students and city people. The
professor's numerous adventures and
his wide experience as a hunter and
explorer gave him prestige as a speak
er and entertainer. His lecture Satur
day night was really a summary of
several lectures on his trip -to the
northern part of Greenland In 1895
after Lieutenant Peary. The speaker
confined his talk to the life and habits
of the northern people. He said the
Greenlanders are lntellfgont people,
with all. the finer qualities of the hu
man being.- Although they ore a flesh
eating people, essentially, they, have
not tho,- traits pf tho carnlverous ani
mals...' They ate most affable, very
kind and gontle. It is commonly
thought that the Inhabitants of the
fn.r nnrth urn nmnll In Htatura. that
they;llYe on blubber and that -the?-
dwell In )ce houses. But as a matter
of fact they are of about" the average
height and weight of Americans; they
live on lean meat and Use the 'fat for
lighting purposes."ahd tjiey live In
caves anu scone nouses, except wnen
they are on long hunting trips.- The
lecture was illustrated with illdes froMj
.photofraphs n.by Mr. Dyche hM:
J THE OLIVER THEATRE
. Tonight and Wednesday Night
. The Shakespearean Actor
T Mr. Walker Whiteside
! Will present, on
jf Tuesday Night. "Hamlet"
Wednesday Night. The Mer
chant of Venice"
Prices $1.00, 7 5. 50 and 25 cent3
Whether in ''Bulks, bricks or Individual Moulds,
FRANKLIN'S ICE CREAMS
Are admittedly the finest
Your patronage solicited, as we know we can please you.
THE FRANKLIN ICK CR1CAM AND DAIRY CO.
Ofllco uiiri Fnrtory, 133 Kunth lath Mtrt-ut I'liono F 20ft
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEYS
134 N STREET
Equipped with Brunswick Continuous cAlleys
Students' Headquarters cMofred
The Omaha Bee says that the sheriff moved the business center of Lincoln two
blocks east. He moved us. Here's where the students and professors
meet and talk it over with Tommy. Hc'b wise.
RIGGS' PHARMACY, 1321 O STREET
For Your Library
500 "TITLES AT 50c EACH
The Home Library.
The Irving Library
The Antique Library.
Each book Illustrated with from one to ten fine cuts. Strongly and
tastefully bound and printed In large, clear typo on good paper.
-The authors are among tho best the world has ever known. Tho
great novelists, poets, essayists, and historians are all represented.
.No. matter how voluminous the work, the typo is always largo and
clear. To make this possible some of the books contain 1,000 pages yet
are no thicker than companion books with- 300 pages
Another Strong Point . -'
You can buy a 8et of nearly all tho standard romances, one volume
at a time, arid know that every book is exacUy uniform with the one
purchased before. ,
We carry no cheap Imitations, of these splendid -libraries. '.
Lo'okTfor special -display at tlje first counter right aisle of uoolc de
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The Independent Series.
Tho Waldorf Library.
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