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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1903)
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Gbe Batlp mebraehan
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
John B. Wright, President
J. H. Wescott, Vice-President
Joe Samueli, 2d Vice-President
P. L. Hall, Cashier
W. B. Ryons, Asst. Cashier
Dr. J. R HAGGARD
cPhyslclan and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
oi females and rectal diseases.
Room 313 to 214 Richard Block. Rl-
dnc 13 10 G Straal. Of flea TUphon
635. Raaldanca Talaphona L 984.
TUB ONLY UP-TO-DATD
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tablet newly coTorert
Powell's, 146 North 11th 8t.
. Phona L 664
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
Cupitd $200,000; Surplus $$00,000;
Troflts $18, 3 19 1 Deposits $2,598,093
S. H. Durnham. Pruidint
A. J. Swyr, Vlc-Prjldnt
H. S. Freeman, CaihUr
H. B. Bvani. Aulatant CaittUr
UNITED 8TATK8 DKTOSITOItT
Standard and regulation
In every particular.
I2IO O 8t.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and
1020 N St. Lincoln, Neb.
N. W. corner O and I llh Sti.
Suits made, to order at popular prices. Re
pairing, cleaning and pressing also.
Good work guaranteed.
Capital Novelty Works
'Bicycles and repairing of
all kinds. Key fitting.
Tel. F592 231 So. Itth
LIVF.RY. BAGGAGE AND CAB LINE
carrhCges for parties
Bam 1135-1131 P St. Ptunc SS0
BEST LINE TO
and ST. LOUIS
between Lincoln and "Kansas
City every night at 10:05 p. m.
New city ticket office, southwest
corner J 2th and O streets.
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T A.
t'nl vtTnltjr CnlciKlitr.
Friday, May 1. Viking party. Walsh
Mny 1. Missouri-Nebraska debate.
Hal unlay. May 2 Sophomore party,
at the armory.
Hoy H Calhoun of Springfield has
hren plrdged to Alpha Tail Omega.
MIkh Lillian Bennett 1h (onflned to
her room with Herloim illness.
Tom Hock oh or Central City 1h ve
iling In the city with his cousin, Paul
Ewlng, and other University friends.
E O. Spencer went to his home in
Red Oak, la., Saturday to attend a
wedding. Ho expects to return to
morrow. The Y. W. C. A. will furnish the en
tertainment at the college settlement
next Friday night a musical program,
supplemented by readings.
Dr. K L. Corthell, who recently lec
tured before the engineering society,
has sent to the library a pamphlet on
"Argentine Past, Present, and Future."
Aiout twenty-live pupils from the
Dorchester high school, accompanied
by Superintendent H. F Hooper and
Rev Jackson, of Dorchester, visited the
Dr. Lu kTy is In receipt of an invita
tion to attend the dedication of the
Speyer Experimental College for
Teachers, New York city, to take pla e
tile 1st or May. The end of the year
rush of work compels him to decline
The Palladlau debating 1 1 till had an
enthusiastic business meeting last Fri
day night, at which time the following
officers were elected: President. T M
Hewitt; vice-president, liOtils Llght
ner; se retary. Jno. I) Brady, ser-gent-at-ai
ms, (I M Hamilton
Ralph Llbby. who recently graduated
from Dartmouth College, has been lh
ltlng in the city for the past few days
with W. F Falrchild He Ik on ills
way to take a position under the U S
coast and geodetic survey He will
have (barge of a party ntar Ogden,
The mysterious "hare and hound"
hunt pievlously mentioned In The Ne
braskan will take place on Friday
evening at (1: 30. May Nth. All the Y.
W. C. A. girls and their friends please
remember not to make any other en
gagement, for a great amount of fun
Ib In store for every one.
W. T. Home, '9S, received Ills formal
notification on Friday to the effect that
he had been appointed to a fellowship
in botany in Columbia University, In
New York city. It turns out that he
was the only fortunate man to get a
botanical fellowship, although It is
known that there were about a doen
John West over occupied the class
period yesterday at geology lf with a
description of the geography and geol
ogy of the Philippines. Mr. WesUrCcx
spoke from a store of knowledge on
the subject, gleaned from hlB Spanish
American war experiences. His talk
was greatly appreciated by the class
and he was given a round of cheers
at the end of the hour.
At the Sunday afternoon meeting of
the Y. W. C. A., Dr. Swearingen gave
an Interesting talk on "Religious In
fluences in the University." He spoke
of the necessity of such organizations
as the Y. W. C A. for the good of the
students Intimately associated with it,
as well as thoso outside. A vocal solo
was rendered by Miss Pearl Archibald
In her usual pleasing manner.
To the class of '06: Inasmuch as the
upper claBsmen havo given their re
spective programs at convocation and
made them a success, both by the na
ture of the program and In the matter
of attendance, It ought to appeal to
the pride of each member of the class
of 05 to support their program com
mittee In the proper manner tomorrow
mornYug. The committee guarantee
au excellent program and ask for soph-
Let every soph Hep that every one elRe
attends, even If It becomes necessary
to use forcible measures. The lecture
room under the chapel has been pro
uind to meet In. Let every one come
and make the program a success
l R HeerR, President.
A few dnys ago Professor Ressey
was (ulte amused when the Janitor
brought In his mall to find that the
two letters It contained came from
the Island of Guam, and the Island of
Luzon, respectively. Roth were depart
mental, the first relating to the collec
tion of botanical specimens for the
University herbarium, and the other
making inquiries In regard to the sup
ply of young men for work In the
Philippine forestry bureau.
Mr. Frank R Sanborn will deliver
his lecture. "Emerson as I Knew Him."
at All Souls' church on Wednesday
evening. April 29. Mr. Sanborn Is the
author of "The Personality of Emer
son." and alBO the biographer of Emer
son. Thoreau. Alcott and John Rrown
The price of tickets for this lecture is
25 cents. Tickets may be secured at
the registrar's office
Let the. Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
President Roosevelt's motto la "Do
it now." Make this your own and ap
ply It to the ordering of a suit for
graduation," at Rumstend's, In the Rurr
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The finest and most thoroughly equipped school In tlio West. $10 000.00
expended in furniture, furnishings, typewriters, etc. flanking fixtures as flno
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in Commercial Department; Yale lock, Oxford box desk, finished in golden
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THE BEST OF EVERYTHING MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THE
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STATEMENTS OF EMINENT MEN.
"A business training is absolutely necessary." John Wanamaker.
"Some of our students, not yet out of their teens, are making more money
by shorthand than the principal of the high school." John S. Hart, Prin
Philadelphia High School.
. "I adisc parents to have their boy? and girls taught shorthand and type
Writing." Chas. Reade, In The Coining Man.
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SUCCESS IN LIFE.
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Wonderful Resources oft ho 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 lssouri river-terminals:
UNTIL JUNE lfTH
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los 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 Wanatchce.
$25 00 to Portland. Tacoma. Seattle,
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' CoSSack," Gnarantced IIlrli Grade $1075
" Siberian, " a Beauty $ 12. 75
" Noudorf, " Ro ad Racer $ 14. 75
no bettor bicyclo at any prlco.
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