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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1905)
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Miss Mabollo Ropor, '04, is teaching
English in tho High School at Red
wood Falls, Minn.
I " ANTICO I
VtHEN buying collars you
want the kind that will ftt best,
look best and last the longest.
They nro made in four alien to
the Inch, of shrunk mntcrlnln.
find you rmvc over 100 styles to
15c each; 2 for 25c
CLUETT. rEAHODY h CO.
Lariccst makers of Collars & Shirts
in the world
tTbe fraternity ulUing
Comer 19th. and XT Streets)
BtoBlkntlr A Sharp, Prop.
fascial Rats for Fraternity DanCas,
TetsftsttMt Automatic !74, TUU 74
ResWancs, Automatic 1087, Ball 487
The Cash Grocery
J. W. SMITH, Prop.
245 South llth Street.
11. OF LINCOLN,
Dank t NEBRASKA
in a hurry
And at New York prices, singly
or by the dozen, may be obtained
uccnd-XnHci or nrtv, by any boy or
girl in the remotest hamlet, or any
teacher or o (filial anywhere, and
Brand new, complete alphabetical
catalogue,)-, of school books of all I
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Includes in the New E,dltion
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New Gazetteer of the World
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Edited to W. T. II ARUIS, Ph.D. , LL.D.,
-,- U. 6'. Commissioner of Education.
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Publishers. SDrlncfleld, Mass.
W. J. Hunting, '01, Is principal of tin
High School at North Platte, Nob.
Miss Katharin Sterling and Mr. Rus
B'll Moore, both of tho class of 1904
ure teaching in the same High School.
Miss Eleanora T. Miller, '00, A. M
'02, who has beon teaching in the Falls
City High School, has recently accepted
a position as Instructor in Mathemat
ics in tho Lincoln High School. Miss
Edith Luclle RobbinB, '99, of Ord, Neb.,
has succeeded hor at Falls City.
Spencer V. Cortelyou, '02, now tu-pe-rvlBor
of the Province of Pampau
ga, P. I., writes from San Fernando
of his doings In the cast, in part as
"Dear Manager: I guesB Niijtmib
must get all the Nebraska now, lor
there are many "Nebioskans" which
don't arrive hero and i suspect Uncle
Sam of throwing them overboard in
order that the aforesaid Neptune mn
keep posted on Nebraska doings. Tho
cause Is so worthy ihat I can't feel
justified In calling down the mail man
"Things go along bote in tin same
c'.d way. Last week v e had a little
more excitement thin imial. Monday
one of the treasurer's cnerks broke
i ut with smallpox so wp all wont up
and had our loft arm-; i.lushfd unrt a
J'l'ie virus inserted. On Tuesday there
vuif a big fire in town whkh was pre
ented from wiping out the whole town
Ly the bravery of two poUcpmon, nu
Ttvco, who tore down Hcveial burning
F.ha ks In order to kcp the fire fiom
i-preadlng. In the shuffle they were
very badly burned. The following day
one of them died and the other was
otozed by an attack of the lock-jaw.
Dr. Dudley cuiod that after a week'j
work, but said the poor fellow could
rot live unless he had a lot of new
skin grafted on his logs. They tried
to get the policeman's family to do
nate the necessary skin, but all except
his wife deserted him; next they tried
to get his brother policemen and
friends to "skin" up, but "no saben."
Then they tried to get natives around
the town to sell some skin but were
unable to buy any; as a last resort the
doctor applied to the Americans
and more for the purpose of Bhamlng
the natives than from any special love
for the hombre, we all went down to
the hospital and went up against the
"akin game." He took about three
or four square inches from my right
arm and about that much from the
"We had a big balle or dance down
at Sulipan on Saturday night; a big
banquet and a gay old time we had
too. Did you read the recent article
in tho Century Magazine about the
prominent of the Filipinos Felipe
Buencamino? It was at his 'place and
was the anniversary of the wedding-of
his daughter, Victoria, with Lieuten
ant rAndrews of the Seventh Cavalry.
Danced till 4 a. m. and then went to
the Governor's house and slept till 8
o'clock when we took the train for
San Fernando. We do these little
stunts every once In a while. Celebrat
ed tho Governor's birthday on Tues
day with another dance. Don't think
I'm getting entirely frivolous; Ive
been working very hard during the
lasl'nionthr-ievery day night and Sun
day. Yours, - .
"S. V. CORTELYOU."
WORK. FOR STUDENTS.
Students looking for pleasant and
profitable employment for the sum
mer will please meet me at Y. M. C. A.
room Wednesday, 11 a. m., or at Lin
coln hotel Wednesday afternoon and
evening. E. R. MoClellan, circulation
I manager Twentieth Century Farmer,
The Auditorium katlng Rink will be
closed during Innes' Band ConcferL
Will re-open April 15. Season closes
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, oar and throat. 207-8 Richards
l)lock. Phono GC6.
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
The Good Health Cafe, tho no meat
menu. 10c and up. $15.00 for $11.00.
From March 1 to May 15, 1905
Short Line. Fast Trains. No Delays
Be sure your ticket reads over
this line. Inquire
E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent
Crescent Bowling Alleys
We are solo agents In Lincoln for
D. & M. Baseball and
Full line of baseball shoes. Special
prices on uniforms to-clubB.
Girard Cycle G'mpy
J304 O Street
MRS. J. W. PETRY
Wholesale and BAKERY
334 So. llth Street
Bell Phono DG4 Auto Phono 2864
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Chicago & North- Western Railway.
the double-track railway from tho'i
Missouri Klver to Chicago, connect
ing at Chicago with all lines for
all points East. The trains of the
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
The Best of Everything
TVets and full Information on application to
R. W. McQINNIS, Agent,
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