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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1903)
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WE have the best of
found in the city.
A dozen kinds of Univer
sity paper and envelopes
--the finest kind of Jinen
paper at 25, 35 and
40c. . . Bond, Plate,
Crane's and Marcus
Ward's Stationery . . .
Writing paper for every
fraternity and sorority
in the University. . . At
THE CO OP.
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
OPEN ALL NIGHT,
SMeals 15c and upwards
E. J. FRANCIS,
Successor to Francis Bros., Propr.
J2I North Uth Street. Phone L J050
The Italian Shoe !
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Sold only by Z
:. PERKINS & SHELDON
1020 O 8troot X
H. W. Brown
Drug & Book Co.
- Have all the new books
;; of Tiction as soon as
;. issued They also
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; make a specialty of
and in that line are
;; the oldest Druggists
in the city.
IfeVvVa Phone 68127 Sa Uth J
Wanted: One Hundred Dollars to
remove the last vestige of debt
Many students of tho University have contributed very
freely to the support of tho work of tho College Settlement
Association. It is believed that every student In the University
would aid the cause with-his or her mite were he acquainted
with tho plans and almsof tho association." In the first organi
zation It was mainly a student endeavor, and its workers wore
all from the University. At present Professor Prevey has
charge of tho University Settlement house, located at Twentieth
and N streets. Tho board of managers consists of those citi
zens of Lincoln, then members of the faculty, and four students.
The plans are far reaching, but call for more money and
more workors. Classes in manual training in domestic science,
in sewing, in home decoration, etc., are urklor way or in con
templation. Uvening classes in every subject for which a call
may be made by girl or boy at work during the day should find
some competent instructor among the students ready to give
one or two ovonlng per week. A small library is already pro
vided; it should be increased as fast as possible. Game rooms
exist In which the boys and girls of the neighborhood may find
hotter attractions than thoso afforded by the streets. Also a
free platform is planned for, where all social, moral, and Indus
trial questions of the day may be discussed, and thus varying
Interests come to understand each other better.
ThlB brief outline of the work leads me to say, that to make
this work posslblo the board must appeal to tho great mass of
the students who have aided little or not at all for their dimes,
quarters and half dollars to the extent of 100 dollars. As
treasurer I wish to report In general tho financial conditions,
and appeal to you all personally to help a worthy cause. In the
futuro you will not miss the small donation you now make,
while the sum of all your gifts may make. It possible to uplift
many a boy or girl now struggling under discouragements
astly beyond any you know or feel.
For some three years the board of managers had been gath
ering funds to erect a homo for the work. By Septomber 6,
1902, there had been collected in cash from citizens of Lincoln,
members of tho faculty, and students of tho University, -730.58.
Donations In labor and material of an estimated value
of $322.23 had also been made, or a total of $2,052.81, which
had been used In erecting tho home now owned by the associa
tion, Btandlng on Its own lot. From September G, 1902, to"
February 7, 1903, there was received by tho treasurer the fol
From citizens of Lincoln $34.50
Net from MIbb Stone's lecture 94.55
Junlor-Sophomoro football games 22.10
Net "David Garrick" 95.75
Sales Memorabilia 21.45
Student collections 18.12
These sums have all been used in payments- on a debt of
about three hundred dollars, necessitated In furnishing the
house, putting In a furnace, and making the improvements and
fittings for tho work. Within the lost few dayB, since February
7, about $135.00 has been given by the citizens of Lincoln.
There Is yet needed to clear everything, furnish the basement,
and equip for manual training and domestic sclonco, some
$200.00. Will you, my fellow students, rally to the aid of this
work onco more and give $100.00 of this amount?
Yours for every good cause,
H. W. CALDWELL.
this week there will be located in tho
University numerous tables at which
to tho College Settlement fund will be
received. Names and amounts will be recorded, and a list of
the donors published In next Saturday's Nobraskan. Mako tho
record clear tho $100 mark and relievo this University enter
prise from the debt which handicaps it.
' Miss Hazol Herbert, of Omaha, Ib
visiting at the University with hor sis
ter Agnes this week.
The following orders wore posted on
the Pershing Rifles' bulletin board
Feb. 17, 1903.
Order No. 3 The non-commissioned
officers of the Pershing Rifles who ab
sented themselves from tho special
drill at 2 o'clpck Charter Day are re
quested to either hand In their resig
nation or an adequate and acceptable
excuse. By order of
CAPT. A. M. HULL.
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
John B. Wright, President
J. H. "Weitcort, Vice-President
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President
P. L. HalL Cashier
W. B. Ryona, Asst. Caabier
Dr. J. R HAGGARD
cPhysician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
of ietnales and rectal diseases.
Rooma2i2 to 214 Richards Block. Rol-
dnc 1 3 1 0 C Street. Of f c TcUphonc
S35. Residence Tiphont L 984.
THB ONLY UP-TO-DATB
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tabic novrly covered
Powell's, 145 North Uth St.
Phone L 664
THE fIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
CapHat $200,000; Surplus $100,000;
"Profits $18,39; Deposits $2,598,093
S. H. Burnham. President
A. J. Sawyer, Vlee-PrealWnt
H. S, Freeman, CHf
H. B. Evans, Assistant Cashier
UNITKD BTATKS DIU'OBITOKY
Standard and regulation
In every particular.
I2IO O St.
Yule Bros Laundry 1
1514 O Street. Tel 754.
Originators of the klea of sending
work home satisfactory.
Tarts of each day
varlouB halls of tho
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Sold only by Harley Drug Co., 11th & 0 Ste
GLEE CLUB CONCERT
Memorial Hall, Sat Evgv Feb 2 J
Admission, 25 cents
WE HAVE MOVED
To HO No. J3th Street, J We de
liver anything for anybody.
Prompt delivery, reasonable rates.
The Globe Delivery Co
Office pbone I J22j Residence 3890
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