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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1903)
(Tbe Dailp flebraelian
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Joha B. Wright, President
J. H. Wescott, VJce-Preddent
Toe Sunuela. 2d Vice-President
P. L. HU, Gubief
W. B. Ryons, Aut. Cuhler
Dr. J. R. HAGGARD
'Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diieatw
of females and rectal diseases.
Rooms 213 to 114 Richarda Block. Rui-
4nc 1810 O Strast. Olflc TsUphons
680. Rssl&nca Telephone L 984.
THB ONLY UP-TO-DATB
Billiard and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables newly ooYorad
Powell's, 146 North llth 8t.
Pro ae L 664
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
CtipHtd $200,000; Surplus $100,000;
Troflls $18,319; Deposits $2,598,093
S. H. Burnfuun, President
A. J. 3fwyr. Vlc-Piidcnt
H. 3. Freeman , Cuhler
H. B. Evens, Aeebtant Ceehlet
UNITED BTATK8 DEPOSITORY
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iu tywy paatavuuu
? 1210 O St.
WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Go.
12th k M SU.
Mrs. J, W, Petry
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Phone .4 234 So. I Jth St,
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to-date place
where you can get your
Clothing Cleaned and 'Pressed
Phone 708. Northeast Cor. 11th & O Sts.
BEST LINE TO
and ST. LOUIS
( 1 1 1 st
between Lincoln and Kansas
Gty every night at 10:05 p.'m.
New city ticket office, southwest
corner (2th and O streets.
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
Wednesday, May 20. (i.00 p m. Y.
W. C. A. "hare and hounds hunt."
Thursday, May 21. Pan-Hellenic
barbecue at CuHhman park
Friday. May 22--Annual Pan-Hellenic
dance in the Auditorium.
Friday-Saturday. May 29-30 Kannas
Ncbraska tennis tournament.
Saturday. May 3 Decoration day
excursion cadet encampment at Wahoo.
Beta Theta PI will give their annual
banquet at the Llndell Saturday night.
Roy H. Oliver visited IiIh parents at
Ashland over Sunday, returning yester
day. Miss Kate Weed, '0-1. lias secured a
position In the Scrlbner schools- for
the coming year.
William O. Unltt. of Seward, a grad
uate of the school of agriculture, vis
ited friends at the state farm Saturday.
Miss Jean and Mr. Don Mclennan
spent Monday In Nebraska City, called
there by the death of their grand
father. Students In Chemistry II who ex
pect to go to camp are working hard
to get their laboratory work finished
before next Tuesday.
John Tobln refereed the track meet
at Fairmont last Friday. In place of
Dr. Clapp. who was unable to go on ac
count of pending meet here
The botanical seminar meets Fridaj
May 22, N. 102. The program will be
a symposium on the origin of muta
tions: "The Origin of Mutations," Miss
Hensel; "The Constancy of Mutations,"
Mrs Clements; "Variability and Mu
tability," Dr Clements
The "Geneva meeting" of Y W. C
A.. Sunday, proved very beneficial and
entertaining. Mrs. Swearlngen sang.
Mrs. F. M. Hall gave an Interesting
talk, and several of the girls who had
been delegates to Geneva told of their
experiences there and the benefits to
be derived for the whole association,
as well as for the delegates themselves.
Mr. O. J. Fee entertained his Sigma
Chi brothers at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Sawyer, No. f Floral
Park, last evening. Unique pen-and-
ink invitations, reproductions of the
Sigma Chi badge, had been sent to
guests, and the latter were met at the
reception by programs of like artlstl-:
nature. Music and refreshments con
tributed toward an enjoyable evening
for all present.
The student members of the college
athletic board met in the physical di
rector's office yesterday during con
vocation, and elected Dr Hill and Dr.
Condra as faculty mem ben of the
board. The board Is now composed
of the following men- Dr Lees. Dr.
White, Dr. Clapp, Dr Condra, and Dr.
Hill, C. T. Borg, Cyrus Mason. E. F.
Davis. J. It. Bender and A. J. Coats.
A meeting will be held Wednesday
night In Dr. Clapp's office.
Seeral of the Delta Upsilon boys
went to Holdrege, Neb.. Saturday, to
attend the funeral of Audubon Beghtol,
son of Judge E. W. Beghtol. Mr.
Beghtol was a freshman at the Uni
versity, and a member of the Delta
Upsilon fraternity. He left the Uni
versity about the first of April because
of a sudden attack of the typhdld. He
Improved rapidly, and had about re
covered from his illness, when he sud
denly grew much worse and died Sat
About a hundred and fifty members
of the senior class attended the recep
tion ulven by Chancellor and Mrs. An
drews Friday night. The front parlor,
which was used for the reception room,
was decorated with Amerlcaa Beauties,
sweet peas, and smilax. The dining
room table Was adorned with a center
piece of bridesmaid's roses, while the
coffee table was decorated with white
and pink carnations and ferns and pink
candles. The front porch was fitted
up with seats and proved a popular re
sort during the evening. Ices were
served. Misses Howell, Henry, Miller,
Puffer, and Roundy, and Messrs.
Shedd, Clark, and Fee assisted.
Kansas Is Sorry.
The University athletic board re
ceived yesterday from Kansas the fol
lowing regarding the treatment re
ceived at Lawrence last week by the
Nebraska ball players. It Is very plain
and pointed, and affords University
athletic supporters considerable satis
faction: The University of Kansas,
Ijiwrence, May lfi. 1903
Secy, of the Athletic Hoard, University
Dear Sir I am directed by our ath
letic board to express to your athletic
board Its sincere regret for the action
of a few of our students after the game
played here last Thursday. Their ac
tion Is strongly condemned by th
great majority of our student body, and
every effort will be made to prevent
such conduct In the future. The board
asks that you send a statement of all
property lost by your team at this
place, and has Instructed .e general
manager to recompense you for It.
Very truly yours.
A. T. WALKER.
Secy, of the Athletic Board.
$3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe. 117 No. 13th SL
Students are cordially Invited.
m U ZYEA!SW&
Tires, equipment, sundries and Bportlng (roods of all kinds, at half regular price.
Hi our nig iroo sundry catalog. Contains a world of useful Information. Write for It.
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Boyd's Theater Building, Omaha, Nebraska
A. CONG. A. M.. LL. B.. President A. J. L0YVRY. Principal
The finest and most thoroughly equipped school in the West. $10,000.00
expended In furniture, furnishings, typewriters, etc. Banking fixtures as flno
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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 lino 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. We havo hundreds of our
graduates holding the best paying positions In hanks, railroad offices, cor
porations and business firms throughout the country. Any one who finishes
the course In this Institution 1b assured of a position.
STATEMENTS OF EMINENT MEN.
"A business training 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 boys and girls taught shorthand and type
writing." Chas. Reade, In The Coming Man.
THE SELECTION OF A SCHOOL WILL LARGELY DETERMINE YOUR
SUCCESS IN LIFE.
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