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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1903)
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Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Jofcn B. Wright, President
J. H. Weacott, Vlce-Preatfent
Joe Samuels, 2d Vlrf-Pr esldent
VI B. Rons, At. Cashier
Dr. J, R, HAGGARD
'Physician and Surgeon
.Special attention paid to diseases
of lemales and rectal diseases.
Room 2(2 to 214 RlchanU DIoek. Ril-
dnc 13 10 G Strut. Olllc Ttphon
G3S. RcMinc Telephone L 984.
THE ONLY UP-TO-DATB
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables newly eorered
Powell's, 146 North llth 8t.
Phone L O64
THE flRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
Cupitnl $200,000; Surplus $100,000;
Troftts $18,319; Deposits $2,598,093
S. H. Durnham, Prildnt
A. J. Siwjtt, Vlc-PrMnt
H. S. Freeman, Ctehler
H. B. Evan, AatUtant Caihler
UNITED 8TATKH DKrOSITORY
Standard and regulation
In every particular.
1210 O 8t.
Genuine Gas Coke
$9.00 per ton
Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co.
1323 0 St.
Capital Novelty Works
Sicyctes and repairing of
zll kinds. Key fitting.
Tel. F 592 231 So. llth
WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Oo.
12th & M Sts.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and
1020 N St. Lincoln, Neb.
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
E. J. FRANCIS, Successor to
Meals all hours day or night,
J5c and upwards. Caterer
for lunches and banquets.
Phone F 1050 J2JN. UthSt
Railroad between Missouri River and
Direct line to St. Paul-Minneapolis
Direct line to Black HlUs
City Ticket Office, 1024 O St.
R. W. McGINNIS, General Agent
Local and Personal
Mr L. P. Bullta, law '02, now
preaching In the ChrlBtlan church at
Greenwood, wnfl In the city Saturday
He expects to leavo shortly for Cali
fornia on a hiiHincsB trip.
A nnmher of the University athletic
girls, under tho guldanco of Dr Louise
Pound, went out to the golf links
south of town Saturday and played
baseball and enjoyed other outdoor
Fred Hunter, of football fame, may
try for the- track team. He was out
last night trying tils strength In the
weight events. He Is certainly fine
material for this work, and would In
time make a valuable addition to track
Someone maliciously took a framed
photograph of an engine from the
mechanical engineering lectin e room
recently. This was a very ungentle
manly thing for any student to do,
and an act wholly unworthy and un
becoming an engineer
The luturc. by IMofeshor Allin of
Colorado, promised for the fith of
Apill, will be given before the stu
dents of philosophy and education and
their friends In the old chapel on
Tuesday evening. April llth. at 8
o'clock. The subject of the lecture
will be "The Origin and Function of
The fieBhman class met yesterday in
the old ( hapel and entered Into a "free
for all" wrangle over the outcome of
the freshman bnll of last semester.
The trouble arose over finances and
has been allowed to run down to the
present Reports from several com
mittees were heard and a committee
was selected to arrange a freshman
program for convocation, to be glveiU
The Clee club has completed ar
rangements for its trip to Omaha the
last of the week. They will leave Lin
coln Friday, slop off at Ashland and
sing nt the opera house in that city
and proceed to Omaha Saturday morn
ing. The club feels greatly encour
aged by the outlook for the trip and
hopes to make enough coin out of It
to Insure them on a trip to Wahoo,
and perhaps other towns.
Professor Bessey has been much In
terested In a white tulip which shows
a strong tendency to tako on the shape
of an orchid. The resemblance Is so
marked that it is quite evident to any
one who 1b at all familiar with the ap
pearance and structure of the orchids.
The professor brought the specimen
before tho class In systematic botany
On Tuesday afternoon and commented
on Its strange behavior, suggesting the
possibility of some Interesting experi
ments in what may be termed "experi
Miss Van Zandt, tho newly elected
president of the Y. W. C. A., addressed
the association In Union hall, Sunday
afternoon. She selected a very appro
priate subject, "What will our next
year's work be?" and In her pleasant
and convincing style Bhowed how the
success of the association work de
pended not upon officers and heads of
committees alone, but upon the per
sonal efforts of Individual members.
The singing was in charge of Miss
Upton. Every young woman present
could not help hut feol fully repaid
for coming out on such a disagreeable
Prof. Frank W. Smith, or the peda
gogical department, haB an article In
the current number of "Education"
on "The English Popular Schools."
Tho article covers In a brief hut com
prehensive way the administration, at
tendance, organization, grading and
curriculum of the English Institution
most nearly approaching the American
public school system. It Is the first
of two papers upon the subject of Eng
lish popular school methods and evo
lution, the second appearing In the
May number of the same periodical.
Professor Smith also has an article
In the May number of the Chicago
University "School Revlow" upon
"The Development of Secondary Edu-
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Medicine I Theology
Law and I Education
Each has a special Circular of Information which will he sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
&3?Thc courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
cation in the English Popular School "
The Held !b one thoroughly covered by
the author In personal investigations,
and the series of articles of which
these are part represent the results of
considerable hard work and diligent
The question selected by the repre
sentatives of the class debating teams
at the meeting Saturday morning for
the llnnl contest for class champion
ship is, "Resolved, That there would
be less evil connected with propor
tional representation as advocated by
Jno. R. Commons than there 1b con
nected with the present system." The
sides will not be decided upon until
after tho special Issue has been agreed
upon. The question Is one which
will well pay for tho time required
for preparation and one In which the
students generally will have an inter
cat. Both teams are preparing fcr a
long and thorough Investigation of the
subject. The debate will probably not
take place until the latter part of
HTKVEN8 Si NKVILLE
Clffur Mnfflrrs. Wholesule and Itetuil
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a large student patronage.
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
Eat at Hendry's. 129 North Eleventh.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and O.
Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and O
banking business. Get
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The second of the series of band in
formals was held In the armory Satur
day night and attended by about fifty
couples. The floor was in good shape,
partly due to the fact that the hall
was used for the senior party the night
before. Music was furnished by West
cott's orchestra, eight strong, and tho
dancing was much enjoyed. If any
thing, the affair was more successful
than the first one and it Is quite evi
dent that as spring advances tho "band
lnformals" will become more and more
popular to pleasure seeking people.
The hand realized a handsome sum as
the result of their efforts.
Rumors were afloat Saturday after
noon that the Easter vacation had
been still farther extended, bo that
classes would not be called until 10:30
tho Wednesday after Easter. Tho
executive offlce Informed a Nebraskan
reporter that no such additional ex
tension had been made, and that the
vacation would, as announced In Sat
urday's paper, begin at 6 p m
Wednesday, April 8th, and end at 8
a. m., Wednesday, April 15th. As a
majority of students have probably
learned already, the railroads make
no special rates for the Easter holi
day, and the home-going contingent
must pay full fare both ways.
. Lincoln Local Express transfers any
old thing. 'Phone 787.
Don Cameron's for a square meal.
C. E. Brown, Dentist. Burr block.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
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