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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1903)
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Gilumbta National Bank
Or LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
John B, Ifrifht, President
J. H. Wescott, Vice-PresMent
Jot Samuels, 2d Vice-President
P. L. HslL Cuhkr
V. B. Ryons, Ant. CsshUr
Dr. J. R. HAGGARD
'Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
of terostes and rectal diseases,
Roonu2f3 to 2U Richard Dfock. Rt-
dnc Ifl 10 C Strut. Office TUohM
CS8. FtMbbnca Telephone L 9B4.
TMQ ONLY UP-TO-DATE
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables newly ooyered
Powell's, 146 North llth 8t.
Phone L 064
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
Upitnl f 200,000; Surplus St 00 ,000:
'Profits $18,319 1 Deposits 12,593,03
S, H. Bufnhem, President
A. J Sfwy". Vlce-Preel4"ent
rt. 3. rnimin, Cjuhltr
H. B. Even. Auimnt Cuhlit
UNITED 8TATK8 DKPOS1TOIIT
Standard and rsgulatioa
in every particular.'
I2IO O St.
H.C.Thomas. P rem Motor
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and
1020 N St. Lincoln, Neb.
Railroad between Missouri River and
Direct line to St. Paul-Minneapolis
Direct line to Black Hills
City Ticket Office, J024 O St.
R. W. McGINNIS, General Agent
that will not crack.
Lace or button, $3.50
Thursday. May 7 Homo Field Meet.
Friday. May 8 High School Fete
Day. Whole holiday.
Friday. May 8. 6:30 p. m. Y. W. C.
A. hare and hounds rhase.
Miss Joy Grimm spent Sunday at her
home In Roca.
Paul Brockway Ih hack In school af
ter a week'n Illness.
The Sigma Chl's will give a party In
Walsh hall tomorrow evening.
C. A. Hawxhy, '01, y,as In the city
Monday, conducting a' case in the su
Alpha Theta Chi will give Its an
nuol banquet Friday evening. May 8th
at the Llndell.
A new pendulum chronoscope Is a
valuable addition to the psychological
Miss Marie Barney is back In school
after a week's absence on account of
the illness of her nephew.
Mrs. Griffin of Falrbury is spend
ing a few days with her daughters.
Misses Anna and Zella Griffin.
C E. Miller" has secured a position
for next summer, as chainman with n
surveying party in the employ of the
Miss Mattle Allen is carrying her
ar,m In a sling as the result of a frac
ture or the forearm, sustained in a fall
from her bicytlo last week.
"Dandelion Park" will soon be an
appropriate name for the ampus. un
less a radical campaign is quickly set
on foot by the proper authorities.
Miss Cora Wise, who took her de
gree in February, has gone to the Om
aha Indian agency In the northern part
of the state, where she "will tenth the
rest of the year.
Professor Moore, of the phjsUs de
partment, who lias been suffering from
a rather severe attack of pneumonia,
is recovering rapidly, and will be able
to meet his classes in a few days.
"Deacon" Koehler. '02. has finished
his year's work In Chicago University,
and has come back to Nebraska. He
will preach in Kansas during the sum
mer, hut Is now visiting friends here.
Dress parade and review will be held
Friday afternoon, instead of Thursday,
in order to show the visiting higli
Bchools what the military department
is. Friday classes will meet and recite
Thursday In their respective class
C. E. Farley, of last year's sophomore
class, is In the city, calling on Univer
sity friends. Mr. Farley is in the real
estate business with his brother at
Bancroft. He reports a very goo'd
business. He contemplates, going to
Columbia next year.
The government Inspector will visit
the University and Inspect the military
department some day this week. All
cadets are ordered to clean their equip
ment and put it in perfect condition,
also to be in readiness to fall in for
inspection at any time during the re
mainder of the week. White duck trou
sers will be worn, and they must be
Dr. Bolton will go to Colorado today
to deliver a course of three lectures
In return for Dr. Allln's recent lecture
here before- the philosophical and peda
gogical clubs. The lectures will be
given on Thursday night and during
Friday on. the following topics: "Func
tions of Mind In Animal and Human
Life." "The Relation of Pleasure and
Pain to Emotion." and "Effects of Pas
times." The doctor will " not return
until Sunday or Monday.
N. W. cornr O and I I th Su.
Suits made to order at popular prices. Re
pairing, cleaning and pressing also.
Good work guaranteed.
Mrs. J, W. Petry
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Phone 564 234 So. I Jtix St.
Thft Stelner-Woempener Drug Co.'s
soda fountain, Twelfth and 0, has a
reputation for cool refreshing drinks.
Those delicious ice cream sodas with
fruits in season are a delight to stu
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to-date place
where you can get your
Clothing Cleaned and 'Pressed
Phone 708. Northeast Cor. Hth fie O 8ts.
Keystone Gash Grocery Store
2-IBJ-J33 a.. I3tfc St.
Lasoh & Blake, Proprietors
kMte you U cstt, inspect their sttperh
stock nd note the MrActlbe prices.
MONARCH GOODS Up-to-date Meat Market
BEST LINE TO
and ST. LOUIS
between Lincoln and Kansas
Gty every night at 10:05 p. m.
New city ticket office, southwest
corner 1 2th and O streets.
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
Mill AGENTS WANTED
In each town to take order3 for our now Rlcrh nrrwln
New 1903 Models
' Belllse, " Complete $&. 75
' QoSSack," Guaranteed YlUh Orado $Wm7S
"Siberian," a. Beauty $12.75
" Neutlorf," Road Racer $14.75
no better bicyclo at any price.
Any other vmkc or model you want at one-third
usuul price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles, btronyest guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow 10 DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchaso la binding.
500 Second Hand Whal t a .
taken In trado by our Chlcasro retail stores. UJ lO toll
nil makes and models, irood as new.
Bin NAT RIIY 5.Ul:L0."n!U.70" avo wrlton for our
Tirni ,nlnnT.ni ..TZa, rnuitl rniut: AND fKfcE TRIAL OFFER.
lnonrhinPS". s.undrl?nd sporting roods of all kinds, at half regular price.
In our big lreo.undr, catalog. Contain,, a world of useful Information. Wrlto ft.r It.
J. L. HEAD GYGLE GO., Chicago, III.
Nebraska Business and Shorthand College
Boyd's Theater Building, Omaha. Nebraska
A. C. ONG. A. M.. LL. B.. President A. J. LOYVRY. Principal
The finest and most thoroughly equipped school In the West. $10 000.00
expended In furniture, furnishings, typewriters, etc. Banking fixtures as flno
as any banking house. Elegant roll top desks and rovolvlug- office chairs
in Commercial. Department; Yale lock, Oxford box desk, finished In golden
oak, In Shorthand Department. Over fifty typewriters, five different stand
ard makes, In Typewriter Department Faculty consists of six teachers, all
specialists In their line of work.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THE
A Business or Shorthand Education will open up a thousand different
avenues in life that lead to fame and fortune. Wo have hundreds of our
graduates holding the hest paying positions in banks, railroad offices, cor
porations and business firms throughout the country. Any one who finishes
the course in this institution is assured of a position.
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 moner
hy shorthand than the principal of the high school." John S, Hart Prin
Philadelphia High School.
"I ad.-ise parents to have their boys and girls taught shorthand and type
writing." Chas. Reado, In The Coming Man.'
THE SELECTION OF A SCHOOL WILL LARGELY DETERMINE YOUR
SUCCESS IN LIFE. .
Apply for a catalogue bound in alligator, the finest ever published by a
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