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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1903)
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Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBlRASKA
John B. Wright, President
J. H. Wttcott, Vice-President v
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President
P. L. Hall, Cashier
W. B. Ryons, Asst. Cashier
Dr. J. R. HAGGARD
'Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
of females and rectal diseases.
Roonu2l2 to 214 Richard Block. Red
one 1 3 1 0 G Strut. Of f lc Telephone
635. Reldnc Telephone L 984.
THB ONLY UP-TO-OATB
Billiard and Pool Parlor
IN TOWN r
NQ SALOON ATTACHED
Table newly covered
Powell's, 146 North llth 8t.
Phone L 664
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN, NEBRA8KA
Csipttnl $200,000; Surplus $100,000;
Troftts $18,319; Deposits $2,598,093
3. H. Burnhem, Preildent
A. J. Sawyer, Vlce-Preeident
H. S. Freemen, Cuhler
H. B. Even. AeeteUnt Ceehlcr
UNITED STATKS DEPOSITORY
Standard and regulation
in every particular.
I2IO O 8t.
Genuine Gas Coke
$9.00 per ton
Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co.
1323 0 St.
The continued serious illness of her
mother has compelled Miss Laura Bu
chanan to give up her University work
for the remainder of. tHiiear.
Miss KathorJlAThomas, '02. now a
member pt&fe faculty of Drownell
Hall, OmttTtm, Is visiting with Univer
sity and Lincoln friends this week.
Professor Bruner spoke "About
Birds" before the College Settlement
Jflub last night. A good attendance
and an Interesting lecture are reported.
Capital Novelty Works
'Bicycles and repairing of
alt kinds. Key fitting.
Tel. F 592 23J So. Hth
WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Co.
12th & M StJ.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and
Telephone 383 ,
J020 N St. Lincoln, Neb.
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
E. J. FRANCIS, Successor to
Meals all hours day or night, .,'
Joe and upwards. Caterer
' for lunches and banquets
Railroad between Missouri River and
Direct line to St. Paul-Minneapolis
Direct line to Black Hills
City Ticket Office, 1024 O St.
R. W. McGINNIS, General Agent
Friday, April 17. Senior prom at
the Lincoln hotel.
Saturday, May 2 Sophomore Party.
Miss Edith Landls has left school
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icount of 111 health
R. A. Miller, who has been laid up
with the measles for some time, Is back
Professor Chatburn, of the engineer
ing department, entertained an attack
of the grip during the Easter vacation.
Miss Mary Scott of Shelby, la., is
spending the week with her brother,
C. E. Scott, and with University
A. I. Myers Bpent the foro part of
the week at Omaha, where he visited
with friends who are attending the
Dr. Hill attended the meeting of the
WeBtern Philosophical society Friday
and Saturday at lowa City, returning
G. M. Kress has discontinued his
studies In the University for the rest
of the present school year and left for
his homo at Hastings.
Miss Zora Shields is unable to meet
her German classes this week, being
confined to her room with the mumps.
Mr. Dasenbrock had charge of her
Dr. H. B. Ward went to Lawrence,
Kan., April 14, to deliver the annual
address before the Sigma XI Boclety of
the Kansas University. His subject
was "The Relation of the Mosquito
Members of the class In Elocution 2
give a public recital In the old chapel
every Wednesday morning from 9 to 10
o'clock. Each program Is arranged by
some members of the class, who also
preside at the recital.
The summer school of the University
will contain a now course in bacteri
ology, Intended especially for physi
cians. Dr. Walte, of tho College of
Medicine, will conduct the Instruction,
which will consist of lectures and
quizeB In tho forenoons anu laboratory
work In i-ie afternoons. Bacterial
forms, methods of culture, sterilization
and disinfection, and the main chem
ical products of bacterial activity will
be studied. Tho opportunity to gain
Information now Indispensable in diag
nosis of diseases Is a good one and will
probably bo taken advantage of by a
large number of medical students, as
well as by some practicing physicians
In the state. The course is a new one,
added because of the affiliation of the
University wltji tho Omaha Medical
College and the growing Interest in the
lino of study pursued.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
Porter, your school furnisher.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street
C. E. Brown, Dentist Burr block.
8TKVKN8 & NEVILLE
Clear Alnfgra. Wholesulo nnd Itetall
" 1330 O Street
. Don Cameron's for a square meal.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eleventh.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and 0.
Arrangements have been made for
holding tho annual cadet encampment
at Wahoo, May 27 to 31. Inclusive. The
Saunders county fair grounds have
been secured for use by the cadets as
camp and drill grounds, while for tar
get practice a piece of land close to the
camp has been obtained. Last year
Captain Smoke pronounced this target
range one of tho best in the country.
The people of Wahoo are elated over
the prospect of having the cadet en
campment there this year and promise
to entertain the boys In true Saunders
A Decoration day excursion to the
cadet encampment will be given again
this year, since It proved such a suc
cess last year. Tho railway ticket will
have a meal coupon attached, which
will be exchanged for a camp dinner at
tho mess tents on the camp grotlnds.
A great deal of interest is being talien
in this feature of the encampment,
and every cadet's best girl, his rtya
tlves, and his friends will feel slighf&d
If they do not receive an invitation,
attend. Tickets will be placed on sdtleJ
about May 1st. V
The annual .competitive drill will b
held on the canvpus on Friday, Mayrfa
4pin. uommanoant unase reels quue
nklfled at being. able to secure two
canlktns and a first lieutenant from
FqrflG"rjook to act as judges.
Itttfio Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchnt8' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
Wo have a largo student patrbnage.
5fT um j
Sidles has the largest
Base Ball and Tennis
line west of Chicago.
Prices lower than the
lowest. See our big
Sporting Goods Store
317 O St. Phone F 1174
Is life vyorth
- at the
It 'depends en
1130 N St.
I for acceptable Ideas.
THE POTENT RECORD.
ipCon jneo of tho PAriomllEooED $UX
per annum, oampies lieo.
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEYS
1134 N STREET
Equipped with Srunswick Continuous (Alleys
IWI Ibbhi W L ill )H
1 ilk lftST'B53ilL
w ' wushed msf
R!DEi AGENTS WANTED 6
in each town to tako orders for our now nin-h Or twin
New 1 903 Models
gg Belttse," Compioto $875
' CoSSack," Guaranteed High Grado $1075
"Siberian," a Beauty $1275
"Neudorf," Roadltaccc $1475
uu uuu-ur uicycio at any prico.
Any other make or model you want at one-third
uaum ynui. uoico oi any standard tiros and hosfc
equipment on nil our bicycles. Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APpnnvnt c. o. n to unv nnn
without a cent dcjwsit nnd allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL boforo purchase is binding1. 4
SOO Second Hand Wheels $ Q . & O
tnknn In trndo by our Chlrnjro rutall stores. KJu 10 1QO
oil makes nnd models, Rood as now t"w T
Tin NAT RHY c.UL0!!'0" hnvo wrlton for our
nim;rTnfS2n.!:JHUJ!iri??.?ndoBl,ort.,n,r Koois . of aU M 1 1 C roL'ular price.
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