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LOCALS. I UTFHUIY NOTK.
Keeping 1" itiiiwl 0,u l)I ' . lj't.
Ilnvo tho "IivniiB" do your washing.1 f tho illu'iKluV Lltornturo Shm's,
SolitiillUil'H lunch room, 131 So. 11th I Jui-hIhIi to Hi'hools n mi coiioK,.s, U
"i ' 'llttnictlw tltltl lielM!IWlVl fonil. ooin.
ploto HMiHtorpIwcH from tuo ji-u of
tlm ihoHt. wrltors In the English Inn-
iriiiiiro, tlu imbllnlier, Mwwh.
, Jlnve the "Kviuih" do your washing.
Uo'io Dou'h Cnfo, South 11th. Opon
Have tho "Kviwin" do your washing,
Tor K-iiiiliuitliifj: nMxi'h go iio Woh-
Mrr n mi uogem,
C. 11. Hlggs, Dentist. 141 South 12tli
St., op. Keystone grocery,
Hnvp the "Kvhhh" do your washing,
Ciuiieron'ft Lunch ltootn, 118 South
Klcvcnth. Open dny nnd night,
Dr h, P. Onvls.ilontlHt, WulHh-I'iitimni
block, oornar Klovonth and 0 street.
Cll nnd seo our new BtooW of nlon.
-trie fixtures. Korsmoycr Plumbing &
Dr. K. J. Aiik-Io, pnnjMeo limited to
skin fluid urinary diseases, 1400 0 st.
Will liohmau, '118, of North Platte,
took In 4 he Iltto bamitiut Suturdnv
I ho annual plunlu of tho Palladtau
nfiir having 4 won Mstponvl suvoral
tiiin h will he held .lune 1.
Tlie long looked for "Sombrero" Is
ml at last. They are on sale. In the
UI I nlom SnxIngM hank building.
lioUrt K. Morltz, of tilio dn'imrtinent
!,.i inalheniatle.s, will deliver tho an-
mm. mhliress 'before the Y. .M. C. ...
.Hid . . 0. A. of Hastings col lego on
J.I in 11.
It you did not get. t copy of tho
woman's edition bo sure thiuti you do
nrfi-ie the iMlttion is exhaiisted. It
Iwi.l otih cost 10 eent.s and is roullv
w.'iili iniieh more.
llinton V. lhtrr has decided not to
liliush school this your, having secured
In .Mtiou as teacher h the Lincoln
niiilit .schools, lie will return next.
t.rm and ttciUe M'iunuc.
,i . s well lust Tliursikiy, In spite of
' i i.'iinter attraction of the Phi llctn
Jh.iplM announcements ami senior
iialv iiaj. llwie air, however, borne
pa- still left, which can be accural
a i noon Mores ami news sinmis at
l i i ts each.
I u- summer session of the propa-
li. v school, beginning .lune B, o Iters
in! I repnratory subjects, suou as e-
im i, liotany, Caesar, Cicero, Virgil
Mei'inpleto), German, first year, oic,
Li luss the director, C. W. Wallace, or
eai .u me on ice, -a .orin i-jievontn
t i Dally Cardinal of Wisconsin.
pni rsii, nas puniisiicu iiv very neat
Ifoi hi .mil complete the speeches in t'ho
Itn. n -ninth iinnual debate upon the
Mil a ipal Ownership of Street' JSuil-
t i It is a book or over 100 pages
(it oiitanis the speeches of the six
i ui complete.
I domestic science department,
i the direction of Mis Uouton,
i .ii "ocjiiiwilciitt" exercise last Fri-
iv .i' icrnoon. In consisted in the
i i.jj of ices and cake to the many
- of the department. Those
t. . At iv fortunate enough to be in-
.u l .I among the invited, report that
ah, U' was "cvtra fine" and the ices
Houghton MUWln & Co., are about to
iHi'sue, iih No. l.l-1 f tills aerie, a se
lection rrom the poems of MiiMhew
Arnold which are appropriate for
kcIiooI and college e.
TIiIk collect Ionian been made with
grcut eare by Louise Imogen (iulney,
whom own poolfc temperament and
disposition ninktjlicr peculiarly fitted
for this work, ji adtHtlon to the tl-tlo-jMHMii,
Sohniljitid ItiLMtim, tliU lit
tle book I'ontiiluntweut'y poems most
representative b' Arnold's poetry;
among them mi be mentioned The
Forsaken Mcraiii. (ieist's (lrae, Do
ver Uracil, Kivlsc- Dead, The Scholur
O.VKsy, and' Tljirsls. The -book Is
bound In paper diwrs at is cents, ueJi.
lloston, Aiinll, ptlO.
DHS. GIFFliN & SMITH
Toltihoni!H 2W nnd 208
Hooiiix H, 0 ma 10, Oliver Theater Hulkllng.
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 South lltli Rtreot.
ltoouiH W, 27 nml 1, Brow-noil I)U(. Phone 530.
DH. ALBERT It. MITCHELL,
In n recent iiunotr of the Nebniskan
It was stated th 4 Professors llowanl
and Little, dlstl ifiilshcd tiliimul of
our university, i ov imifessors at Le
land Slanford u er.slty, were mem
bers of the Phi Seta Kappa society.
The error shoul I lie corrected. In
company with 1'iofessors Caldwell
and Wolfe thvy nucd the election to
I that society. As Ue, took the step on
grounds' ot pttcipie ami oecause
they did not wl & to see the alumni
forces of the lTi Sterslty of Xebraskn
dlvldcil In any w ir, It seems unfair to
let 'the stotcineiitthat they are mem
bers of the fraternity be made.
DK. Q. W. CLUTTEU ANt)
II. A. SHANNON, U. 1). B.
Dentists . .
Dr. Shannon Is ft criuluuto ot tho ChtvnKO
CoIIcko of Ilcntnt SurKery.
Orriae 1130 O St.-, Lincoln, Nvn.
TolopUono OS. 1'. O. Ilox P51.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
503 Smith lltli street.
Spcclnl nttuntlon to illRenscN of women. KV'
ury convenlcni'o for tuirulcnl ensca.
DR. BFNJ. F. BAILEY.
OrrioK IIoviih: Onire, ZclirutiK Ulock,
t) to 10 a.m. N W. Corner N& 12th Sts,
IS to 12:30 nml 2 to 4 r l. He.-tHlenco,
Kvonlnus by Atipolntmcnt, 1313 G Street.
Sumlft.xs, 12 to 1 i. M. nml
by Appointment. Teuji'Honks:
Onu-o, 01 y. Kesliicnce, Oli
THE CUTAWAY FROCK
LOW RiXTESj'iO THE EAST,
Y'our tittuu'iioic lb durected to
exceptionally lov riii.es In ett'eet fnli
coining season to1 nearly eery pronil
nen.i point in the .st.
Acer bcolre litis such an cxeeLent
opportunity been atVottleil for a sum
mer .ioa'tlon tour, or lor vi&itlng
Woman's ICdition sold remark-! iriemls in the wist. We mention below
a few ol the p.oei to which greatly
rcilmced rates haw been made, ljio
Union Pacific is the lino that will
give you Mic best sen ice to any of
Coiumous, Ohio, June C-9. Rate
One fare and one-third for the round
trip, on certificate phm.
SU Paul, .Minn., June 0-13. Rate
One fare and one-third for the round
trip, on ceriitlcate plan.
I Ml ll'a lo, 2. Y., June 14-15. Rate
One fare, plus $2.00, for the round
(Vicngo, 111.. .Line 14-15. Unto One
fare and ouc-tlurd for the round trip,
on certificate plan.
.Milwaukee, WL-,., .Juno 14-lu. Rate
SK Louis, .Mo., .lane 'JO-23. Rate
One fare, plus -00, for tho round
Detroit, .Mich., July 5-10. Rate
One fare, plus SU.OO, for the round
Richmond, a.. July 13-10. Rate
One fare, pin-. $2.00, for the round
Indianapolis, hid.. July 20-23. Rate
One fare, phi. $2.00, for the round
Tor full dn format ion as to dates of
sale and limit.-, on tickets, time of
trains, etc., call on 12. It. Slosson, ("Sen.
One afro, ami one-third for the round
trip, on certificate plan.
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Ortlco 1 130 O street.
Oftlco Telephone 420.
Residence Telephone 421. Lincoln, Neb
M. B. KETCHUM. M. D.. PiiAR. D.
Prof. Ophthalmology, Otology nnd
Lincoln Mcdlcnl College,
Offers a thorough, private course In refraction.
Spectncles lit ted.
Onice. 220 So. llth st. Hours, 0 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Residence 1310 G street., Tel. 212.
Onice. 1223 O street. Rooms 17 nnd 18,
Over Miller Palne's. Tel. 535
You ought to be particular
when you buy a cutaway suit.
This style of garment is meant
to be dressy. It must have care
ful workmanship and tailor
ing. The graceful lines and
perfect fit of our Hart, SchafFner
& Marx cutaways make them
popular with good dressers. A
man looks well in one d them
and the materials are the best
that money will buy. This is
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
By Hart, SchaHncr & Man
K iMmmmm mm im n,i. yiMiiiiiiuM
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
1013 10 1Q19 O STREET.
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
Prartlco limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose nnd Throat,
1025 O street, - Ltnuolu, Nebraska
1 1 remains of Colonel titotsenbiirg
PTit .1 in this city baturuay cveiiinu:
id in MlUte in t3io senate chain-
tL'er , fhteixlny. Hero it was viewed
In u until 10:.'l0 o'clock by lnindixds
i the eiti.ens of liincoln. Services
in. I'A-ld iiiiincliatclv aftcrw.uxlh at
lol Trinity church. Guards of
1.01. 1 1 were 111 attvmluuco coiwtantly
!' military rule iroverned e-ery-
tli n. All .orvjees were full of the
! -t regreti.
Ii - alar subscribei's, just like coin-
puoi. Di'ODlc. wore chiirsred 10 cents
I'll i.ir co)ie.s of the Wonuui's Edi
" This uecouiith for the failure of
' ' ir subscribers to recehe a c'op-
' ul. Regular subscriocrs, how-
i' who wish to Keep their file
1 , 1 it- and at the same tinif secure
Rlii iiest inatnazine ever published at
' nierMt," can do so by M-nding
1 ' Mt. to The Nebraska 11. at l.-'ncoln.
' number will bo 'imtilted at oi.co
- 1 iid.
I Xebrnskan lins ivcelxcd 11 pro
''" .if the annual prize debate of the
'in nhinii law school, ujion the qucs
"i Resolvetl, That the govenwiiomt.
'' l il.ind ii. more democratic tbnn
I'" 't ' the I'ni tied States. Adnm Me-
ii. a graduate of the uii'lvorslty
I'll ", Mini n inuiiiber of ndic !oil
". I i f Dei'tn Tail Delta, is one of
H" lirmativc spoahers. Tlie judges
'ft lust ice llenrv 15. Urown. feeorc-
'"v I. maii .1. Gage and Hon. John
Jl 1 .Mcr.
Hi' university loys wore eiizy win-fi-
it iilio enliecihite meet at Doane
"11 lay by Ihc score of 59 ioin't.
' ncs was second witJi 20 and
1iii,' 10 The iin,lvoTHHv lwiVK MllOWtftl
P 11 gvKxl shape. On'ly one record
"v urolccn and that was itlie 440-yard
un won ibv Andrefiou ill 52 seconds
:t TJn's did wot equal liis reconl of
1 ' i-onilR made in Towa a w-ek le-
- llwirtt won tdi'e 220 lmrdae lint
lli thrown out on n lochiwcanty by
referee. Several recoids liaA'e
11 Inxikcn tQiri year ami the. unSvor-
" has every reason 10 lie prouo 01
r 'rack 1eam.
E. S. KING,
FIlq Watch nejmlrhiB.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street, Lincoln. Neb.
The return football game between
the University of Pennsylvania and
the Unbersity of Chicago will come
one week earlier this year than last.
It has been set provisionally for the
third Saturday in October, and barring
a change in the date of the Hnrvurd
Pennsylvania game, will be played on
that day. The change is made at the
request of Rennsyhanin managers,
who do not wish to make the long
trii) to Chicago and play a hard game
only secn days previous to the great
Harvard game. The date for the Hnr
ard contest has been announced as
November 4, so the Chicago game will
be played October 21.
Gregory sels Coal
Best Quality. Best Price
Phone 343 1044 O Street.
Hats and direct from
UdU THE WEARER
The Original and Best
Clarkson Laundry Co.
In the election of Dr. Hollister, the
athletic director, as foot ball manager,
Northwestern athletics has passed an
other mile post in its process toward
possible perfection. In this action the
University is not trodding along un
beaten paths, but merely following
the successful footsteps of other uni
tersities. While our tiidont managers
hnvc filled this position admirably in
the iinst, still it has been almost Im
possible for them to satisfy both the
demands of the class room nnd of the
athletic field. Northwestern has for
a long time looked upon the astonish
ing success of Chicago athletics, cen
tered exclusively in Professor Stagg,
and in the person of the new athletic
director has come an ojijiortiiiiify To
put our athletics upon as substantial
n basis as is that of Chicago. Al
ready on the horizon is that day when
as conch, manager and director every
athletic interest of the University will
center In Dr. Hollistor.
NO JOBBERS' PROFIT
The latest New York styles. The
best quality ever offered in Lin
coln for the money.
$3.00 and $2.00
No more. No less.
At 25c each tho
best values wo
huvo ever ottered
in shirts unci
Same stock as vou have been accustomed
to pav onetlurd to one-hall more for.
1024 0 STREET, LINCOLN
Have tlie "Evans" do your washing.
TTavq tihe "Evnns" do your washing
Have the "Evans" do your washing.
Have the "Evans" do your washing.
a very complete
some great bar
gains in Indies'
summer underwear, Jersey ribbed drawers. One stylo at 25c is a
vests of fair quality 5c each; Jer- plnl,, lino ribbed balbriggan;
soy ribbed vests with tape neck shirts have French nock and are
and laco trimmed neck and arms closed with white pearl buttons,
3 for 25c; Jersey ribbed vests at drawers are well mado and cut full
10c,'l2ic and 15c, frequently sold sizes. Wo have at the same price
at double these prices. , n very excellent quality of blue
Jersey ribbed punts 20c, 25c, white mixed or tan and white
35c and 50c each. mixed.
Jersey ribbed union suits, 25c, Wo have men's union suits at
50c, 05c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, 85Cj $i.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,
and $2,00 each. $2 0Q JUJ(1 2 5fJ ench lf y0U!
At oUc we nave suits or excel
The high standard and progressive
methods which have given this
School Its enviable reputation for
over thirty years are carefully main
tained. For circulars of detailed informal
tlon address the Secretary,
Dr. N. S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearliora St., - CHICAGO, ILL,
lent quality, cut low or high neck;
long sleeves, short sIcovcb or
want underwear of good quality
that will fit you with perfect com
ort buy union suits.
MILLER & PAINE. MILLER & PAINE.
For Style, Quality and Price
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You bliould call on
NEBRASKA PANTS SUIT COMPANY
143 N. 13th St. - Oliver Theatre Building.
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