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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1899)
THIS "WEEK'S EVENTS,
Jyntln colloquium Tuesday evening.
roralilnff lUflcfl drill Tlniralny even.
itg "t usunl hour,
Sol Smith llussoll nt the Oliver
Zoological chili Thursday evening at
8 o'clock in Nebraska .hall.
Fraternity 'lunCe nt Turpin's hall
English club in room 300 University
hall, SnUinlny ovonlng.
Orntoricnl contest Friday evening in
chapel At 8 p. in.
rhvslcs colloquium Friday evening
In physics lecturo room nt 8 p. in.
Opening of Y. M. C. A. room in base
ment of main building Saturday eve
ning. yo"H ",
jo Hansen spent Sunday at his
home in l-'nli'bury.
jl. II. Shcthl of Ashland' visited in
iho t-1 1 last week.
C. .. Stivntor, '02, is very ill with in.
Kdlth .Inckson is In school again
otter ten days' of sickness.
Vilas Sheldon of Nehnwkn is visit
ing hi Slgiuu Clii brothers.
Frank SchJablo of Palls City spent
last week with Kd lloldbrook.
linlph ('. Saxton, '07, of Etlgar, is
visiting at Sigmn Chi chapter house.
Gertrude and Maud Macombcr vis.
itcd their parentis in Omaha yesterday.
Jcsm' Shultz of Beatrice spent
Thursday with her conservatory
Mrs. Robert Bridge of Fremont vis.
itcd her daughters, Uiura nnd Noun,
n few days Inst week.
Mn Calson, Conservatory of Mlusic,
'9S, of Fremont, visited her Kappa sis.
tors a few days last -week.
Frank 'Woodland and Austin Col.
lctt f the Junior Annual were in
Omaha Saturday on business.
Clinton Norton, '07, nt present prin.
cipal of the' Ashland high school, was
a university visitor Saturday.
Frank Rain and Edgar Oranvb vis
ited in Fnirbury yesterday. Strong t.
traction. This makes IStl's third sue.
Tinel Uracil returned to her home in
Beatrice yesterday, after a two weeks'
visit witii her friends, Mabel ITnyes
nnd Nellie LaSclle.
Fred 'Williams has returned from Co.
lunibus, where he was called the early
rwrt of last week by the serious ill.
ness of an old school mate.
Mr. Franklin nddressed the histori.
cal section of the federation of Wo.
men's Chilis of the city Monday on
the subject of "Virginia in American
11. X. Wilson, '00, law oi '08, who is
ot present a student in Columbia law
school, New York city, was called
heme last week by the death of his
father. Bert has the heartfelt sym.
pathy of many friends.
There will "be no meetings of the
literary societies next Friday evening
on account ot the preliminary orator
E. 1). Bnnghnrt, '08, assistant prin.
cipal of the Wymoro schools, litis
been elected teacher of science in tho
Crete high Bohool.
The Dclinns held nn oratorical con.
test Friday night, Chns. Homer, Frank
Edgerton, Frank Barter and Charles
Jones taking part.
Don't place your order for a spring
suit until you look over the Gardner
Tnllorlng Co. stock of suitings nnd
got tlhelr low prices.
Vho interest started by Miss Trice,
national secretary of the Y. V. C. .,
lias not lagged, as shown from the
meetings since her departure.
The. Sombrero will be out, nbmit.
April 15. If you have nob nlready
subscribed for n copy do so at once
from any ineimber of the board.
The young Indies of the Union soci.
ety entertained the young Indies of
the rallndian nnd Dcllnn societies at
Mrs. Wilson's Saturday afternoon.
Call and see our new stock of elec
KORSMEYER PLUMBING & HEAT.
INQ COMPANY, 216 So 11th Street.
The Hnydon Art Club closed Tucs.
day, after a thrco "weeks' successful
exhibit. Many students availed them.
selves to the opportunity to see the ex.
Tho Ea.ster recess will be from
Thursday, Mnrcth 30, until Monday,
April 3, instead of from April 0 until
April 10, as is stated in the university
Sleighing parties were in vogue the
llrst of tho week. The Union society
enjoyed a ride Monday night. The
Dclinns and Palladians both gave par.
tics Tuesday evening.
March 10, Dclian society will give a
farce entitled, "Tho Stage.Struck
Poet." The various roles -will be taken
by Misses Davis and Packard; Messrs.
Root, Jones, and Homer.
A movement is on foot to orgnnl.o
nn interstate high school base ball
league. If carried out the league will
undoubtedly furnish well developed
men for future university terms.
Tho literary societies of Wcslcynn
Unicrsdty gno n program in the
Union hall Friday evening. The com.
plinient. mil bo returned next Satur.
day evening by the Unions giving n
program at Wcsleyan.
Harry Smith, who was so severely
injured in the gymnasium on Charter
day, is getting along even better than
nny one dared to hope he could. He
has not yet been off his bed but will
be within a very few days.
Halsie Yates of Lincoln, wlio was
recently graduated from West Point
military academy, visited the uni
versity last Monday and inspected the.
cadet battalion. He complimented the
regiment very highly on its fine np.
penmnce and competent drilling.
O. F. LAMBERTSON. D. D. S.
Graduate ot Ohio College Dental Surgery.
Ofnco, Aloxnndor block. Rooms 83 and 24
COU. TWELFTH AND O STS
DRS. GIEt'EN & SMITH
Telephones S85 and 08.
Itooms 8, 0 and 10, Olive Theater llulldlng.
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 South llth street,
Rooms 20, 27 nnd I, Urowncll 111k. Phono 530,
This is the way he
used to reduce the
We have in
use the . . ,
. 5dW EbQC
The only one in
DR. J. T. McNAY,
Teeth Extracted without Pain.
Omce: Cor. 11th ami O Hts.
DR BEN. F WEST,
Omco: 1025 O Street, Over Fitzgerald's. Tol. 410
Residence: 17S5 Euclid Avo. Tol. 643.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 2to5p, m.
Specialties: Diseases of Stomach and Kidney.
DR. ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
Do Your Washing.
E. L. HOUTOKE, M.D. R. A. HOI.TOKB.M . D.
Res. Telephone 421 Res. Telophono 423.
DRS. HOLYOKE & HOLYOKE,
Physicians & Surgeons,
omce, 127 South llth street.
Omco Telephone 423.
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
Examine tho Policy of tho Now England
Mutual. Tho Values aro as definite as those
endorsed in your Bank Book.
This Company has been Chartered
G. W. NOJSLB, Mgr.,
Phone 328 1041 0 street
Many New Things...
NEW HATS, ETC.
Telophono 685. P. O. nox 951.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
503 South llth street.
Special attention to diseases of women. Ev
cry convenience for hurglcal cases.
New Locationi257 O Street
Call and look over tho store . . .
d. l nunc aorainQ stoke
Sehmittel's lunch room, 131 So. llth
Go to Don's Cafe, Soutlh lltih. Open
C. U. Rigg-s, Dentist, 141 South 12fh
6t., op. Keystone grocery.
The local oratorical contest next
Friday evening in flic chnpcl.
Herl Christies' father paid him a vis.
it the first part of last week.
Cameron's Lundh Room, 118 Soutlh
EleTcnlh. Open day and nigfat.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fratern.
ity hue pledged Willie Trice.
200 pair of men's shoes at half price.
Webster & Rogers, 1043 O street.
Phi Delta Thetn has pledged Oscar
Wittman of the Lincoln high school.
Dr. S. 13. Cook, practice Mroitecl to
eje, ear, wose and throat. 1215 O St.
The Delians are preparing for a mil.
slcnle to be given in the near future.
Attend the contest next Friday
niglu It is an event that you should
ISO pair ladies' $5.00 shoes on sale
nt $1.00 a pair. Webster & Rogers,
1043 O street.
Our champion basket ball team had
their pictures token Tuesday for the
Second year classes in Greek have
finished Xenophon and are ready to
begin the Iliad.
Phi Kappa Psi entertained Senator
Currie from Broken Bow at dinner
The Omaha High School Register is
running a series of cuts of the univer
sity in its late issues.
The Delinn's new members' pro
eram of last Friday deserves special
mention for its excellence.
The Nebrasknn, 50 cents for tho rest
of the year, if you pay cash in advance.
keTe subscriptions with any editor.
60 nhects theme paper, ono cover,
find fastener for 5c
The University Book Store.
Alphn Theta Chi gave a very pleas.
nt informal party to a few of its
Jriends last Saturday evening in WaUh
f 4 1
Gottrel & Leonard
472-478 Urodu ay
Alhnny, Now York.
Makers of tho
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY.
Office nouns: Offlco, Zehrung lllock,
0 to 10 A.M. N W.ComurN&lSthSts.
12 to 12:30 nnd 2 to 4 p m. RcttUio. co.
Evenings hy Appointment, 1313 O StrooU
Sundai s. 12 to 1 r. M. and
by Appointment. Telephones:
Onlco, 618. ltcsldcncc, C17
Don't fail to attend tho opening of tho
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Offlco Telophono 428.
Residence Telephone 424.
M. B. KETCHUM, M. D., Pkar. D.
Prof. Ophthalmology, Otology nod
Lincoln Medical College,
Offers n thorough, private course In refraction.
Ofljce, 220 So. 11th st. Hours, 0 to 12:30-2 to 5
GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE
ON MARCH 6th, You will find thai
Books, Stationery, Music, Musical Instruments, Colleges Supplies, Pictures and
all other goods 'in our Book, Stationery and Music Departments 'Will bo sold at
prices never seen before in Lincoln.
HESPOLSHEIWER & CO., 12th and NSts., Lincoln
The Original and Best
Gregory sel,s Coal
1044 O Street.
Course 28 WesJfes.
Offers great inducements to stu
dents of medicine in the west.
Methods of instruction most satis
Clinics in both surgery and medi
cine held in the following hospitals in
this city: County, Methodist, Child's,
Immanuel and Presbyterian hospitals
Catalogue sent and quesMons an
swered by E. W. CHASE, Omaha,
Nebr., Continental block.
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Residence 1310 G street., Tel. 242.
Office, 1223 O street, Rooms 17 and 18,
Over lller &, Pnlne's, Tel.b35
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose und Throat,
1025 O street,
E. S. KING,
Fine Watch Repairing.
Scientific Refracting Optician
J300 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Clarkson Laundry Co.
wraw is tiont- ""
wiraein n musonD WRSH
Is the best Railroad ,n Nebraska.
It has the best trac; the nicest
equipment; the largest and most
convenient depots, and Is the road
for you to patronize as it Is a
Home Road . . .
G. W. BONNELL, C. P. & T. A.
Choice lines of Wash Dress Goods
for early spring wear are now on
Percales in a large assortment of
new and beautiful patterns in light,
medium and dark colors, 8 1-3C to
12 1-2C a yard.
Zephyr Ginghams, both of Scotch
and American make, 10, 12 1-2, 15,
20 and 25c a yard.
MILLER & PAINE.
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