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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1910)
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Bo?s My Spring line of
.woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
AcolloRedofrroois required for admission.
'Advanced standln ff granted studonts prostnt
In? satisfactory credentials from accrodltod
m'odical colleges. Erory facility is oiTorod to
andorgradaatoH seeking- the degreo ot Doctor
m Medicine. Ample faoilitlesaro also offored
iinallflod graduates to pursue original invosti
Ration in any department For further par
ticulars apply to Tkt Bui, Cirmll Ualnrillr Midlctl
CiIIiii, First Ato. and 28th St., Now York City.
All makes rented, ith stand $3 I
pr Month. Bargains in I
Rebuilt Machines . I
Linttin TypiwrlUr Exohangt
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
Chas. W. Fleming
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JEWELER nnd OPTICIAN
1311 0 St. - . Lincoln, Neb
C. IT. Frey, florist. 1133 0 st.
Miss Melvinn Waters, Alpha
Omieron Pi, was in Elmwood
over Sunday arid attended the
high school commencement Fri
New llnyden Studio, 1127 0 st.
Fay Tennison and Nell Peter
son. Delta, are visiting in Lin
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Chapih Bros., florists, 127 So.
Franlc .Jansen, '03, has been a
practicing physician at .Newman
drove for 1110" last six years.
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Domestic Lunch. J. McKen-
sie, 1230 IT.
Miss Katherine Lewis, (Jin
()nuira, who has been teaching in
the Scotts Blufl's schools this
year, is visiting in Lincoln this
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Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe,
115-119 So. 12th street.
Miss Hdna Stevens, Delta Delta
Delta, leaves today for Shelton,
where she will spend a few days.
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. Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A.
Spa. 13th and P sts.
R. A. Van Orrfdel, one-time editor-in-chief
of the Daily Nebras-
Wanted students (ladies or
gentlemen) who desire employ
ment during vNcation may learn
of an opportunitfcby addressing
Nebraskan "0." uyc address,
and hour interview mayNbo had
Wanted -- Solicitors in every
locality. to sell a necessary house
hold article never before placed
on the market. Liberal cash com
mission. Address Nebraskan
It is the custom of the minister
of All Souls' church, corner 12th
and II streets, to preach an an
nual sermon to students. This
will be given on Sunday morning,
May 29th. The subject is A
Voyage of Discovery." Allj4tu
dents in the university nrq Cor
dially invited to attend. 1.47-lt
Lost Ked covered pocket note
book, containing notes on ad
vanced 'mathematics. Finder
leave at Nebraskan office and ro-
ceive reward. 147-3t
When you go homo sond to mo for the
muslo that are tho "Hits" here at tho
Unl. Stay in tho gamo ovon though you
WALT "The Music Man"
1315 O STREET
Lost Black Waterman foun
tain pen, on campus. Howard
for return to Nebraskan office.
Lost Brown Moore's non-leak-able
fountain pen. Return to
Nebraskan office. 145-31
UNIVERSITY JEWELER St IPTIG1AN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Year Fatreuf e Solicited
Spoons, Fobs, Chains, Pins, Cloissone
Established 1871 HALLETT 1143 O Street
SPEND YOUR SUMMER
VACATION AT THE
They are easily reached via
The St. Paul-Minneapolis "Short Line"
' Two Dally Trains .
r Daylight-"Twin CUy Express' and
Electric Lighted "Twin City- Limited"
Comfortable and coinplete in every
- detail" '
. Leave Omaha 9 A. M. and 8:30 P.M.
knn, visited at the Alpha Theta
Chi house and elsewhere Sunday J
Mr. Van Or,sdel just graduate??
from Creighton law school
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120 N. 11th.
Mrs. Rachel Manly KmcrsoH
'J)fl, is visiting in the city. Mrs.
Emerson was the first librarian
of tin Lincoln city library.
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Thorhburg's Orchestra. Auto
Miss Fanny Graves, Delta Delta
Delta, of Shelton is in Lincoln
for a few days. She will leave
tomorrow for Lawrence, Kan.,
where she will attend commence
ment at Kansas University.
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Before buying your spring foot
wear let Beclcman Bros, show
you their, new snappy oxfords.
1107 0 st.
Superintendent J. II. Beveridge
city schools, Council Bluffs, who
is recognized as one of the ablest
of city superitcndentS in the
west, has been engaged for six
lectures during the first week of
the school of superintendence aj
the summer session of the university.
rSIOIANS AND SURGEONS
g)R. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 0;
ltoursj 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dis
eases of women. Auto 3038.
V DR. 0. H. RUSH,
Richards Block. Both Phones.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
Blk. Both Phones.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, S. B.
Coon, agt., 216 Richards blk.
Round Trip $12.50
June 1 to. September 30
Agents of all lines sell tickets via
the CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN.
For further information, call at any
ticket office, or address ,
FRED WIGHT, Di.t.'Pat.. Agt.
ISlS-FAmam Str Omaha, Nebr.
.,1m ,5j,,-. t, k. - - , !- t-"i' T-'
(!ordelia Luikart, Nebra.sk i
MO, and her brother, Ralph Luik
art, are going abroad this sum
mer. in company with Dr. Andrew
Sch'vag. . They will start. May
JWth from i$ow York, sailhig on
"that" date '"for Naples, Italy. Late."
they will tour Germany.
The annual dance of the Lin
coln high school "alumni will he"
held Tuesday evening at Frater
nity hall. Walt's orchestra . will
furnish the music.
Dr. E. M. Cnjmb, Osteopathic
Physician, U. of N. '09 Burling
ton block. '
Ne Line of Pumps
and Ties Ready
The Pompadour a very
high toe in Gun Metal
Tan is very smart.
The New High Arches
and High Toes look good
on the feet.
yJr 1 ". i',v. ' ;
r$$. i L:-i:&r-:
C. V. Roberts
144 No. 12th Lincoln
JFJP-Jfi that will look best at graduation
will be the "F-F-H?' Shoe. Why
not have a pair? J
Vhen We.Be:Sole Your : , " 1220 (X Street
Shoes They Nover Rip u"'v 7"'
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Jhe University of Nebraska
June 20 to August 12, 1910
Nine hours of college work possible.
Courses in Agriculture, Anatomy; Special ' attention to subjects re
Botany, Chemistry, Education, Educa- quired for professional certil'cata.
tlonal Theory and Practice, Secondary
Education,. Normal Training, Elemen
tary Education, English Language and
Literature, French, Geography and
Geology, 'German, American History,
Home Economics, Horticulture, Latin,
Manual Training, Mathematics, Me-.
chanlcal Drawing, Philosophy and Psy
chology, Physical Education, Physiol
ogy, Political "Science "and Sociolegyt
Rhetoric and English Composition,
Conditional admission "on 22. polnts.--Teachers'l.T.earB
jof' over may .epter -
as Adult Special. Students:
, I ( V
High-School fCourfies:tn the Teach
ers' College High School, J;.
For bulletin or Information addres
THE REQITRARi C .,'
.llhe UnivrsKoebraska, Lincpjjh.
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