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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1907)
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A Specialty In Oysters in Season
117.19-21 No. 13th St.
WHEN A STUDENT WANTS
THERE IS NO DENYINO THAT
HE WANT! IT PrllHTED III
. . MODERN STYLE
The Jew Century Printers
1211 N STREET
Tho only up-to-duto plant in tho
city. Savos you timo and money
1220 "O" STREET
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138 North Elivmth
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FRESH EVERY PAY!
Our Oandios and Baked Qooda are Always
Freah and Good. Catering our specialty.
THE MAXWELL CO.
SqUi Phones. 13th and N Its.
R U D G E & G U E N Z E L COMPANY
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We bolieve Lincoln women Will enthuse over the really beautiful'
Imported Hats wo are showing for Easter.- These, together with the
adaptations from the prevailing models and original conceptions from
our own Milliners, present the most comprehensive display we ever
attempted, and correctly forecasts the trend of Fashion's mo&t favored
Ideal for the coming season.
Louis XV Style is Centered in the New Millinery
One of the many' Interesting features of thla week's Millinery Open
Ing Is a display of these Louis XV. Hats modernized types that are
marvels in their rich combination of colors, shapes and designs the
graceful drooping tyles with flowing streamers that quickly suggest
the pretty Empire effect. A Hat to blend with every possible gown
will be found In our display.
The favorite Copenhagen and Atlantic Blues figure in large variety
in the showing; also all the popular and dressy Bhades of Brown.
We cordially Invite you to come and make yourselves at home
with us. '
to the other classes to give them
equal representation and to put them
on the same footing with them.
" Out of a total membership of 86
Medics, only 33 had placed their pho
tographs in the Cornhuskor, and it
was pointed out that this showing
made by them did not entitle them to
any further consideration at the hands
of the Cornhuskor people. A strong
sentiment seemed to prevail In the
class that thus far the Medics had not
earned any further representation
than they already possessed. Others
thought that thoy should be represent
ed In the Cornhuskor, but not until
after the present year.
The sentiment of the class seemed
to bo pretty evenly divided on the
question and to put a further stop to
debate, tho Medics moved the previ
ous question. At this point, the Anti
medics moved to adjourn, to meet
again on Thursday to continue the
discussion, and the motion prevailed.
President Brown announces that he
will moke an effort to have a meeting
called on Thursday, If possible, and at
that time the mater may again bo
taken up and settled.
Mr. Chowlns, of tho Grounds and
Buildings Department, has been mak
ing plans for some new buildings for
the Experiment Sub-station at North
Platto, Nebraska. Tho plans Include
a combination granary, seed room,
and soil laboratory to cost about $2,000,
a large barn costing about $2,200, and
two laborers' cottages, costing about
$1,600 apiece. Tho plans are being
prepared In order that as soon as
money is appropriated for tho sub-station,
the contracts for the buildings
may be let.
The station at North Platte was es
tablished some timo ago to assist in
the experiment work at the Farm prop
er, and particularly for tho Investiga
tion of arid land cultivation.
Y. W. C. A. Vesper Service.
Dr. Tuttle, of tho First Congrega
tional Church, will address the girls
of tho Y. W. C. A. at the Thursday
Vesper Service which will bo held as
usual from 5 to 6 In TJ 106. His sub
ject will bo "JesuB's Message con
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1 I Im V V W 1 L
ASK YOUR DEALER
, WILLIAM BARKER CO.
MAKERS OF COLLARS & CUFFS
The vacation trip for Field Geology
la being planned. About eighteen or
1 twenty men and assistants will go to
spend the full vacation time working
geological sections bbtween Ashland
J, M. Rohrbaugh, C. E., '98, will
speak at the meeting of the Engineer-
The following graduate and professional schools in Harvard Uni
versity are open to holders of a bachelor's degree.
THE LAW 8CH00L
A three years' course leads to the degree of LL.B. Residence for
three years Is required, but residence at another throe years' school
may bo accepted as a substitute for one of tho years of residence
at this school. Three annual examinations are required. Inquiries
may be addrossod to H. A. Fischer, 20 Austin Hall. Cambridge.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL
A four years course leads to the M. D. degree. Tho School offers
graduate courses open to holders of the M. D. degreo, and in its
new laboratories offers greatly extended facilities for research.
For catalogues,, for graduate and summer courses, for research and
special courses, addreBs Charles M. Green, M. D., 104 Administra
tion Building, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.
THE DIVINITY SCHOOL
This is an undenominational school of theology offering" instruct
0 non appropriate to tho calling of the ministry and leading to tho
degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Students havo also tho privllego
O of attending courses given under tho Faculty of Arte nnd -r.!bhooi
Inquiries may bo addressed to R. 8. Morlson, 5 Divinity Library!
Cambridge, Mass. '
THE GRADUATE 8CH00L OF ARTS AND 3CIENCE8.
Instruction 1b offered leading to tho Masters' and tho Doctors' de
grees in tho following fields: Philology (Ancient and Modern Lan
Languagos and Literature), History, Political Science, Economics,
Philosophy, Flno Arts, Music, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,
Biology, Geology, and Anthropology. Inquiries may be addressed
to G. W. Robinson, 11 University Hall, Cambridge, Mass.
THE GRADUATE 8CHOOL OF APPLIED 8CIENCE
Instruction leading to professional degrees Is offered in the follow
ing subjects: Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mining
Metallurgy, Architecture, 'Landscape Architecture, Forestry, Ap
plied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Zoology, and Applied
Geology. Inquiries may be adressed to W. C. Sabine, 17 University
Hall, Cambridge, Mass.
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You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
BREAD, PIES THE f I N E CANDIES
, fjai cam We have a delicious
AND f AKFC vlJ,Jv assortment of candles
COME IN of our own make.
Ing Society tonight. '
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