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'LOCALS AND PERSONAL'S.
tor. 'ento, "clonttst. - ; -
Gregory the CoallMan. '
Univeralty Book Storo. ,
Try Wostoffloid's egg stiampoo, for
Junior antl soulor tnomos "woro re
Full lino of drawing papers at Unl
vorslty Book Store.
A few lockore still for rent. Call at
University Book Store.
The annual contest program will
be glvon by the Dolian girls March
Potografs. Quality, Stylo, and
Student rates at Elite Studio,226 So.
The Omaha league will play a Beries
of games here tue second wook in
"We do not make 'the cheapest Foto
.grafs but we make the best. Elite
The enrollment in tno department
of American history is larger than laBt
You need a fountain pen. Better get
a Vaterman Ideal at the University
Dr. 'Fling was unable to moot his
-classes several days lasc week on ac
count of sickness.
Mrs. Manning will give a Browning
Tending Friday evening at the city
Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Subscription lists are being passed
around to those to sign who are in
terested in base-ball.
Fifty girls under six teachers -vas
the record of tue sowing school at the
settlement last Saturday.
Fountain pons, 14-kt. gold at 69c and
$1.00 each at book anu stationery de
partment, 'Herpolsheimor & Co.
MIrs Ueanette Dysart of 'tne univer
sity school of music, returned to her
"home in Superior, last Tuesday.
A kindergarten under supervision
of Miss Helen Gregory, was started
at the college settlement Monday.
Miss Emily Jenkins was called to
"her home in Fairbury, February 21,
by the death of her brother-in-law.
The Norchwestern line is the plo
neor line to the Twin Cities. Double
daily limited trains. Remember this
Clark H. Pool, '00 loft for New York
last Thursday to accept a position
with the New York telephone com
pany. The (literary societies did not hold
Tegular -meetings last week on account
of the (Kansas-Nebraska uusket-ball
Director Kimball left on Tuesday
for Boston whore he will be for two
weeks on business connected with the
school of music.
Bert Garrlnger, '00, who haB been
at his home at Osceola for about a
month, owing to BickneBs, 1b now back
in the university.
Professor Fosslor will so to Nor
folk next week to lecture before the
litorary club of that place upon Tenny
son's "In Memorlam."
Dr. Major, of the department of
pedagogy, gave an educational talk
to the -patrons of the Evorott school
last Friday afternoon.
Professor Fosslor attondod a pat
ronB meeting at Clinton school Tues
day afternoon and Bpoko upon the sub
ject "That Boy of Mine."
The EngllBh club met last Saturday-evening
in the seminar room, uni
veralty hall. MIbb Cook and Mr. Kline
took 'part in the program.
Lee Edwards '00, one of he univer
sity's champion chess playonj, 'loit for
Woodbine, Uowa, last Friday, to assist
'in 'tils fathers' drugstore,
M. B. Kotchum, M. D., occullst and
aurlst. Specialty, correction of abnor
mal vision. Room 314, third floor,
Riciiards block. none 848.
The university is receiving requests
now for information on brome grass
and 'occasionally the .inquiries include
requests for quantities of Beod.
The only thoroughly jjpod place in
the city where a student can got any
kind of board that ho wants is at Cam
eron's cafe, 114-118 South 11th street.
Captain BHbs of the base-ball team
reports seven candidates for the posi
tion of catcher. He also finds an
abundance of good material for the
The university is now buying all its
coal of Charles B. Gregory (TJ. of N.,
'93). "Why not buy your coal of him,
too? The place is 1044 O street; the
Frau Krundlck, who has assisted in
the department of German so far this
year, cxpoctB to leave for Colorado
soon where she will 'remain with her
nephnw for somo timer1
Prof. H. "W. Caldwell recently re
ceived an Invitation to write a short
civil government for public school
work, from the interstate school of
correspondence at Chicago.
The university senate had another
meeting on Saturday afternoon from
4 io 6 o'clock in order to continue cue
discussion of the proposed modifica
tions in the courses of study.
John "Westovor has been pledged to
the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
"Professor meraon gave a stereopti
can lecture at YorkyFr'iday.
Professor Bruner gave a lecture on
birds at Douglas Grove -asi Saturday.
'C. N. Gould, fellow In paleontology,
has discovered two unknown fosBil
The library board has published a
ruling that, excepting the regular
periodicals, no books shall be ordered
by any department until April, 1901.
Notice has been sent from the office
that the names of appointees for fel
lows and scholars must be sent to the
heads of the different departments
within the month.
DP. W. iL. DAYTON,
" Dr. J. P. Williams, Assistant.
Diseases of (the 'Eye,
'Ear, and Throat.
1205 0 Street. Lincoln, Neb.
Reri4tncel3l0 a St.
OfflccUlOO O St.
J. R. HAGGARD, MJD.
KCRiA 213anJ 214
DR. JAMES STOCKFIELD,
931 O St., Lincoln, Neb., opposite Post Office.
Painless extractions. Deutschcr Znlitmrtz. Gold
1'illlngn, $1.00 and up. Bllver I'IHIiirh, Mk: and
up. 'White I'lllltigH, 75c and up. 'Kent net of
terth $10.00. Cheap set of teeth, fci.O'J.
1DRS. CLUTTER & SHANNON,
1Phone426. 1136 O Street.
Special attention given to all Diseases of
Women. (All nurgical Diseases are treated by
the most approved methods. Every convenience
for Pelvic aud Abdominal Surgery.
BATHS FOR LADIES ONLY
Bpeciul Attention given to 'Massage and
Swedish Movement in their most recent develop
ments pythe trained manipulator in charge.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, H.D., 1117 'L St.
yterpehheimer & o.
9he zw 'Seeds..
Are coming rapidly . coming in im
rmense quantities & in endless varieties
$ and, as always here, in qualities -of
the most reliable class.
'New Dress Goods
Silks, Wash Goods
Ready-to-Wear Goods, Etc Etc,
The season's most desirable kinds j l
imost desirably priced.
Wateh the Baity 9apers
FOR INTERESTING NEWS
OF A MOST
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Zm University of miHC$ota
College of medicine
The twelfth Annual Course of Lectures will commence on
the 19th day of September, 1891), and will continue eight and
one-half months. The course is graded and covers a period
of four years. Medical Hall, the Laboratory of "Medical
Sciences, the Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and the
Laboratory of Anatomy are situated upon the University
Campus. The clinical opportunities afforded by the hospitals
and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St. Paul are at tthe com
mand of the College. For out-door clinical service a mew
clinical building has been built in a central location.
For information address,
ODIR. OPARiTCS ORinDCiHIlB,
iDICAN UN1VKKSITY OP MINNESOTA,
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