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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1903)
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211-213 South Hleventh Street.
Mrs, J W. Petry
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Phone 564 234 So. J th St.
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New York, Chicago. Denver, Baltimore,
Spalding's complete catalozuc of Athletic Sports
sent free to anv address
BEST LINE TO
and ST. LOUIS
between Lincoln and Kansas
City every night at 10:05 p. m
New dty ticket office, southwest
cornet J2th and Q streets.
mp. CORNELtfc T. A.
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Coca and Personal
Hereafter the physlcR departmental
library will be open for referenre from
8 a. m. to C p. m. dally.
It. A. BeKhtol, Dctft N. has been
obliged to give tip bin Btudles In the
University on account of sickness, and
has gone to bis home In Hoklrege.
C. H. Larson, '02, Is now engaged
In topographical work In the swamps
of southwestern Louisiana for the
Kansas City & Southern railway.
The faculty and students' directory
prepared by the Y. M. C. A. may be
obtained by anyone calling at the Y. M.
C. A. room for a copy. The directories
are distributed free of cost.
The geology department Is In receipt
of some fine drawing Instruments in
the way of proportional divides, slide
rules, scales, protractors, etc., for the
use of classes in field geology.
Mhj. IJ. S. Hall of the cadet battalion
will leave the University about May
1". to enter the West Point military
academy. Commandant Chase an
nounces that the vacancy that will be
caused li the leaving of Major Hall
will be filled after competitive drill
by (he captain of the company winning
the Omaha cup.
The announcement that those men
who have drilled three semesters be
fore this one may be excused April 1st,
without credit for this semester's work,
ia expected to cause but few vacancies
In the companies, since the full credit
of one and one-half hours will be given
to all those who complete the semes
The Phi Gamma Delta boys are
mourning the death of their dog mas
col. FIJI, who met with sudden death
Wednesday evening in front of ilie
chapter house at Fifteenth and M.
He was chasing a baseball and he ran
too near a passing car. a projection
of which caught In his collar and broke
his neck InBtantly. FIJI was an Eng
lish bull terrier, and was raised by the
men of the fraternity. He was a val
uable and intelligent dog, and his un
timely end is regretted by many
throughout the University and city.
His funeral occurred during the night,
under the formal rites of the fraternity
An exchange comments as follows
on the segregation of students at Chi
cago University: "The good results
obtained are summarized as follows In
a presB dispatch from the Windy City:
'Lowering of the dress standard among
many young men now wearing swoaters
instead of starched shirts, and many
yuiing women wearing any old thing
instead of dainty shirt waists and neck
ruffles. Less formality In classes; in
structors of the young men illustrat
ing their teachings with lively storiea.
More concentration of mind on their
studies by the girls. Acquisition of a
new slang word 'seg' a raoun, viz.,
'She is a 'Beg.' No more 'ruberology.'
When the classes were mixed, the boys
used to take the back seats so as to
have a comprehensive view of the girls.
Gratification to those professors who
prefer to teach boys to girls.' "
C. E. Brown, Dentist. Burr block.
Don Cameron's for a square meal.
Ffegenbaum's Pnarmcy, 13th and O.
Lefthe Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trumca.s ,9PMu, f -
your trunlc t?IQ.ue. 1TB
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEYS I
1134 N STREET
Equipped with 'Brunswick Continuous cAlleys
Beardless college boy.
Sprightly, Spick and Span.
Sees a chap be knows,
YellB: "Hello, old man!"
With whom time doth toy.
Meets a former chum
Says: "Hello, old boy!"
DiiteU'a Clsrnrn tlint'H nil.
The Bully cigar students' delight.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases, 1318 O.
Lincoln Shining Parlor, cor. Uth&O.
A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 O.
Oberlin Review: Westover. captain
and star tackle on the Nebraska team
last fall, will enter the University of
Chicago next fall, whore he will be
eligible to play one year.
Wonderful ltOHOurcos ol'tho West
If you are looking for a home and
want to visit the West, you can do so
with very little expense, as the Union
Pacific will sell One-way Colonist
Tickets every day at the following
rates from Issourl river terminals:
UNTIL JUNE T5TH
$2ii.00 to San Francisco, lx)s Angeles
and many other California points.
UNTIL APRIL 30TH
$20.00 to Ogden. Salt Lake City. Butte.
Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wanatdiee.
$25.00 to Portland. Tacoma. Seattle,
and many other Oregon and Washing
From Chicago and St. LouIh .nrop'or
tlonately low rates -rc in effect by
lines connecting with the Union Pa
cific. The Union Pacific has also extended
territory to which round trip Home
seekerB' Excursion tickets will be sold
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMI
NALS To many points in Kansas. Nebraska
To many points In Wyoming, Utah,
Montana and Idaho;
To many points In Oregon and Wash
ington. One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale March 17, April 7 and
21, May 15 and 19, June 2 and 16. 1903.
For full Information call on or ad
dress E. B. SLOSSON.
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AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.
4J5 So. J5th St., OMAHA, NEBR.
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Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Oa pita L$IOO.qoo.oo
John B. Wright, President
J. H. Wescott, Vice-President
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President
P. L. Hall, Cashier
"w B. Ryons, Asst. Cashier
Dr. J. R. HAGGARD
cPhysicia.n and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
ot females and rectal diseases.
Rooms 212 to 214 Richards Block. Rest.
dence 1 3 1 0 G Street. Office Telephone
535. Residence Telephone L 984.
TUB ONLY UP-TO-DATB
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables nwljr covered
Powell's, 146 North llth St.
Pboae L 6a
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
C&pUl $200,000; Surplus $100,000:
Trofits jf 8,39; Deposits $2,598,093
S. H. Burnhaxn, President
A. J. Sawnrcr, Vice-President
H. S. Freeman, Cashier
H. B. Erans, Assistant Cas&ier
UNITKD BTATKS DEPOS1TOBT
Standard and regulation
in every parScular.""
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Genuine Gas Coke
$9.00 per ton
Lincoln Gas & Electric Unlit Co.
1323 o St.
Keystone Gash Grocery Store
Lasch & Blako. Proprietors
Jtibtfe you a call, inspect their superb
stock .nd note the attracthe prices,
MONARCH Q00D8 Up-to-date Meat Market
Ill N. Jllh Street,
(Having a key for every character)
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