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Dr. Wcntc, Dentist.
Maxwell's 20G So. 11th. St.
Dr. E. A. Carr, Surgeon, 141 So. 12.
Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases, 1215 O.
J. Riser, dentist, S. W. Cor. ID & 0.
Wcsterfield's egg shampoo is nil right.
Geo. E. Ccnstanccr, Barber, 1010 0
, Oliver Johnson, Dentist, Cor. 11th
Harold Homan visited his parents In
Omaha last Sunday.
Kansas has scheduled a game with
Michigan for next year.
H. C. Arends spent Sunday with his
parents in Syracuse.
John L. Kline enjoyed a visit from
his .mother last week.
Robt. II. Lansing enjoyed a visit
from his father last Friday.
V. A. Henderson was sick last week
with a bad cold and complications.
Merle Mather is able to resume his
work again after a siege of the small
pox. Doctor Louise Pound was unable lo
meet her classes last week on account
Miss""Mnudo Macomber went to her
homo in Omaha where she will remain
for a "time.
Fred Cuscaden has been obliged to
discontinue his work. At present he
is in Omaha.
Jesse Fuller spent a few days of last
week at his home In Crete, recovering
from tho grip.
Miss Blauche Emmons had the mis
fortune to sprain her ankle in the
gymnasium, last week.
Tho members of tho civil engineer
ing classes have presented the depart
ment with a fine mirror.
The Engineering Society will hold
Its regular meeting Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
Miss Llzzio Bryan has discontinued
her work 'at tho University and re
turned to her homo at Ashland.
A. M. Hull spent Sunday at his home
Jn Fremont. Whllo thero ho will do
some work for tho electric light com
pany. At Powell's Billiard and Pool Par
lor you can find a first class entertain
ment free from all saloon Influences.
14C N. Ath.
The best place In tho city for satis
factory barber work Is Westcrflold's
117 No. 13 St. Give him a trial and
you will be a regular customer.
Tho class in Plant Physiology has
becomo very much interested In cer
tain experiments In which they are
now engaged. Apparatus has been set
up to provide a strong wind,"which can
bo mado very dry or, when necessary,
quito moist, In order to test tho effect
of wind on growing plants.
r'rofcssor Richards gavo a talk to
railroad foremen last week concerning
tho University and its relation to their
Miss Howell of tho Elocution dopart
gavo a select reading at a meeting of
the Child Saving Society in Omaha last
Professor Brunei' has Just scoured a
very fine collection of bees and wasps
from a collector in Bolivia, South
Professor Bcsscy has just finished a
paper on Dosmidia), a minute kind of
lower plants, for publication in tho
Transactions of the American Micro
Prof. W. G. L. Taylor lectured bo
fore tho "Friendly Visitors Society,"
last week on the topic, "Lack of Em
ployment as a Cause of Poverty."
Call and see Professor Richeson
about lessons in dancing. Special
rates to ladles during the month of
February. Classes on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, 1132 N Street. Phone 1127.
Colorado College held her prelimin
aries for tho Nebraska debato on Fri
day, March 8th. Thero wero six con
testants, four of whom aro seniors,
ono junior, and ono sophmore.
Tho item of tho appropriation of
$10,000 for tho State Historical Society
has passed tho committee on finance,
and will soon como before therHouso
Capt. John F. Gullfoile of the Ninth
United States Cavalry has been pro
moted to the rank of major. Captain
Gullfoile at one time was Commandant
of Cadets at tho University, succeed
ing Major Pershing.
Capital City Bowling Alleys, 121C
N St. The best of exercise for ladies
and gentlemen. Wo Invite you to see
our alleys. The alleys may bo rented
for the evening by clubs and parties,
a pleasant way to spend an evening.
Professor Bcsscy recently sent to
the editor of the "Cyclopedia of horti
culture" a paper on "The Trees of the
Great Plains," for Insertion in that
great work. Ho has ono or two other
papers under way for other publica
tion!!. Professor Hitchcock, of tho Agricul
tural College of Kansas, and a former
student of Professor Bes3ey's (while
In Iowa) has been appointed to fill the
vacancy In tho Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D. C, made
by tho death of Thomas A. Williams.
Last Wednesday evening tho Cadet
Battalion went through tho flr3t guard
mount of tho year. Captain Tukcy
did the honors as officers of tho day,
while Lieutenant Hewitt inspected the
guard and passed them in review.
If ono wishes to got nnorr"" H'"
prctatlon of tho chromr.tic scslo he la
not compelled to register ut tho tj 1
of Music, but Iuir onlv tc ''
tho Armory at 5:00 p.m. and listen to
Adjutant Drain when he shoius, "iiiu
tall on, attent-1-o-n."
Professor Bcsscy han just received
from tho scientific section of the De
partment of Agriculture at Wahing
ton a noto culling attention to the fact
that scholarships aro offered thero to
botanists who havo had adequate pre
paration; These pay $500 per year,
and' lead to permanent positions if
good work Is done in them.
EVERY MAN WHO EARNS HIS MONEY
Can fully appreciate the value of n dollar.
To such men we make the follow.ng re
in rk&blc offer:
ADVANCE SALE SPRING GOODS
We have in our house one hundred and
thl ty suits of fi c Sprint; Clothes left
from last season. Nea ly all of them arc
from late shipments and run in price
f.om$12. Jto15. O. Tney are all Sack
Sui s and mostly staple designs and are
of the very best make in the country.
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
Absolutely no suits
expect these to last
A few days ago, Major Pershing,
formerly commandant of tho battalion
in tho University, sent to the Depart
ment of Botany a fine collection of
sticks (canes) ns samples of the woods
growing. in the-Philippine Islands. Ma
jor Pershing Is now Etaoned at Zum
boanga. Tho Sophmore class has begun to
manifest Its presence. Last Wednes
day a red sign bearing the white let
tors '03" was placed on the girders
of the new chapel, directly In ron of
tho organ. There has been much spec
ulation as to how it was done. The
janitors profess ignorance in regard to
the matter, and as yet tho whole affair
is shrouded in mystery.
Dr. White has adopted a novel moth
od for conducting quizzes In his class i
in qualitative chemistry. Tho students
take turns in assuming tho role of
instructor and conducting tho quizzes
themselves. Each student, when in
charge of the class, Is hold responsible
for answering any .question which the
members of tho class may ask, as well
us asking questions himself.
Professor Bessey has been urged to
loin an expedition to tho Vancouver
islands which has been planned by a
number of botanists. Tho expedition
!s to leave Minneapolis about tho mid
dlo of June, and return somotimo in
July cfter an absence of about six
or eight weeks. Professor Bessey has
not yet dotermlneJ whether ho will be
ablo to join tno expedition or not.
A sugar crank visited tho chemistry
deportment last week with a sample
of a now sugar which ho had prepared.
mo claimed that it wan several times
sweeter than ordinary cano sugar and
could bo produced, cheaper. Tho mem-
ViW v I
CHOICE OF THESE FOR
are reserved and we
but but a short while.
bers of the sugar c'ass subjected a
sample of It to analysis. It proved to
bo nothing but ordinary cano sugar
with perhaps a llttlo saccharlno mixed
Tho Experiment Station will shortly
issuo two bulletins: "Some Forage
Plants for Summer Feed," and "Feed
ing Sklm-mllk to Calves." Twenty
Thousand oi! each will be issued. Pro
fessor Bruner has also a new bulletin
in press' on tho subject of "Grasshop
pers." This is one of tho regular Ex
periment Station bulletins, and is es
pecially gotten up for tho benefit of
tho farmers over tho State.
Tho new edition of the Phytogeogra
pny of Nebraska, by Drs. Pound and
Clements, has just been received from
tho printers by tho Department of Bot
any. The University pooplo are much
pleased with tho fine printing, and tho
excellent paper which this edition con
tains. Within a few days copies will
bo sent out to botanists and others
wno aro especially interested In work
Oi. this kind.
Tho Dramatic Club met In tho old
chapel Tuesday afternoon and adopted
a constitution and elected officers. Miss
Howell was elected president. Only
mombers of elocution classes In tho
University will bo ollgiblo to member
ship It has decided to assess each
member twenty-fivo cents, which mon
ey will bo used to buy plays and stago
accessories. The club will havo ono
rogular meeting each month, and such
other meetings as tho prosidont may
sco fit to call,
Tho program rendered In chapel Fri
day, consisted of two violin solos by
Mr, Husted, together with an organ
solo by Professor Kimball.
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