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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1903)
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VJLiAIxl and NEWS.
Tel. A 1035.
HI N. 11th Street.
Palace Dining Hall
The Urgcst And best equipped eating house
in ihe city... Furnished rooms in connection
DELL D. COOPER, MYRA HART,
U30 N Street Lincoln, Neb.
At all pticti and guaranteed to b the lowest.
Of all make, and sold at prices at whteh otheri dare
THE WITTMANN COMPANY,
2 J 1-213 South Eleventh Street.
WESTERN GUSS& PAINT Co,
2th & M Sis.
Genuine Gas Coke
$9.00 per ton
Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co.
1323 o St.
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
OPEN ALL NIGHT,
SMeals 15c And upwards
E. J. FRANCIS,
Successor to Francis Bros., Propr.
121 North 11th Street. Phone L 1050
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Spalding's complete catalogue of Athletic Sports
sent free to any address
Prof. Q. E. Harbor gave a very In
teresting talk before the Latin club
Thursday evening at the home of Dr.
MIbb Louise Pound gave a very Inter
esting talk to the girls of the Lincoln
Acadomy at the social hour last Thurs
day at Mrs. Hodgman's.
The Interrupted appearance of The
Nebraskan at the 10 o'clock recess was
noted, and the paper greatly missed by
Us many readeis In the Academy.
The Academy classes have been un
usually disturbed by the Rlckness of the
students. Fortunately no seilous cases
have occurred and Improvement Is
It may be unknown to some that
this ambitious school maintains a fac
ulty of nine teachers, but It Is true,
nevertheless. In addition, the prin
cipal and his wife have dally ofTlce
hours, both forenoon nnd afternoon.
At Its Thursday afternoon meeting
the Soi inl Hour Club elected Its officers
for this semester: Miss Hazel Cam
eron, piesldent, and Miss Eleanor Bar
bour, secretaiy. Refreshments were
served as usual nnd a pleasant time
There la a rumor that a postal card
petition to the regents will be made by
the parents of University students, pro
testing against a so-called "liberal"
city administration. University pro
fessors have interested themselves in
the primaries and have worked haid
lor the high license fee
The mutch basket-bnll game with
the Wesleyan Unlveisitv tenm has been
postponed, prohnhlj for two weeks, be
cause of ompliintions In the Wesleyan
cainhal piogram, of which this game
is to be one feature. A good atten
dant e from the Academy is hoped for,
to cheer the gills on to a sure victory.
It Ik felt that the Academy students
fall to use the privileges which are
open to all Lincoln students alike,
namely, the University libraries, mus
eum and workshop, and the state hls
toiical library. Mini) joung people
would find where their tastes lie were
these opportunities enibiaced and the
aimless (boosing of courses would be
I'oiter's Clip Coer. See Ad.
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Meichants' Cate, 117 North 13th St
We have a large student patronage.
Dr. Uentz, uenust, Eleventh and O.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
SENIORS meet Friday in U. 20G at
10 a. m.
UNION BOYS. Every member of the
Debating club is requested to attend
the Saturday evening meetings regular
ly hereaiter. Visitors are always wel
come. J. M. Paul, vice-president.
ENGINEERING SOCIETY. A spe
cial meeting of the Engineering Society
will be held Thursday, February 26th,
at 8 p. m., Ju M. 211. W. A. Layman,
general manager of the Wagner Elec
tric Manufacturing company, St. Louis,
will deliver an illustrated lecture. All
engineering students and members of
the society are cordially invited to attend.
Arkansas Hard for Stoves - $ 9.50
Arkansas Hard for Furnaces 8.50
All grades Pennsylvania Hard 13.50
Canon City Pea - - - - 6.00
Whitebreast Coal & Lumber Co.
OFFICE 1106 0 St. Telephone 234
mwww m samisfdl
Against the Tide.
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broken-hearted father would have
And I went out into the little sitting-room
to wait for the gray dawn
of the new morning when the white
haired old lady far away would know
she had lost her darling. I thought
of the uoy's noble alms and wondered
whether he would ever know in other
worlds, if men should come to think as
he had thought, take up the plan and
forget the planner.
The wind came up and whistled
down the long streets, and snapped the
diy twigs outside. It wound its way
through the shutters and rattled the
panes. Hut the wild young life was
no longer there thai delighted in its
madness to answer 1h tumultuous ex
citement with his own From a"ioss
the river it seemed to hiing the angry
cries of the outcast, the wail of the
unfortunate children and whisper at
the window where it had sighed so
often. But the cold henrt within no
longer beat in fierce sympathy for the
people he had loved.
CLARA M. GLOVER.
Don Cameron's for a square meal.
Instructor Mention some ot the by
products of petroleum.
Young Man Universities Chicago
$3 00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 13th SL
Students are cordially invited.
Mis. Stanford announcts her inten
tion of soon sunendering the control
of Stanford University to the board of
trustees. "That she should think such
a step necessary," editorially comments
the Dally Palo Alto, "is much to be re
gretted by every one who knows her,
by every friend of the university."
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. "Phone 176.
Teacher Do you believe that the
Rock of Gibraltar is really impregna
ble? Senior No-o; it's only a'blg bluff.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist, Richards blk.
Glasses fitted and guaranteed.
Oberlin complains of "too much crib
bing among Its students, and Is hunt
ing for a remedy applicable to the "dis
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About March 1 we will install a
new $5,000.00 twentieth century
soda fountain. It is one of the
latest Improved apparatus and
will draw as fine soda water as
can be made. The fountain will
do its part and we shall do ours.
We shall use nothing but the
finest materials that money will
buy, the purest fruit juices, etc.,
and will give all the time and at
tention required to make this
delicious beverage as it should be
made. We want your soda water
trade and are going to deserve it.
THE CUT RATER,
Elation 1321 0 Street.
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Our motto is: Everything in
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Short orders and
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