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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1903)
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The Glee Club Concert.
The post-season concert given by the
Glee Club at St. Paul's Methodist
church yesterday evening was ren
dered with the same marked success
that has characterized Its work since
Its organization. Owing to the threat
ening weather, only a fair-sized audi
ence was present. The program was
divided Into three parts, Including a
highly amusing cantata, entitled "The
Grasshopper." which was rendered by
Messrs. McCullough, Brockway, Ches
slngton. and Stull, assisted by the Glee
Club The readings of Mr Rates were
especlnlly fine, and In these he dis
played superior elocutional powers
The baritone solos by Mr Starr were
well received and repeatedly encored,
as were the mandolin solos by Mrs
Starr. The selections rendered by the
Glee Club were enthusiastically re
ceived, and upon several occasions were
practically given an ovation. The cluo
has reason to congratulate Itself upon
the success- of the occasion, and to re
gret only that the bad weather pre
vented a larger attendance.
Kansas Wants Somebody.
Chancellor Strong of the Unlver8it
of Kansas, superintendent of the Lin
coln schools from '92 to '94, with Re
gent Hopkins, of the same Institution,
were at the University Saturday. The
object of their visit is not definitely
known, but the hint has been dropped,
by men who are in a position to know,
that these two representatives- of our
sister university were looking after
men to supply vacancies In the depart
ments of geology and German at th
The battalion will assemble Thurs
day evening at 5 o'clock for the mak
ing of final announcements concerning
the Wahoo encampment.
The annual drill and undress pa
rade of company Q will be held Wed
nesday evening, May 20th, on the north
side of the armory at 7:30 sharp. The
usual uniforms will be worn white
ducks, night shirts, and night caps.
Capt J. It Farney of the cadet bat
talion has been promoted to be ( ndet
major, vice B S Hall, resigned. Cadet
First Lieutenant H. N. Hlggliih, pro
moted to be captain of company D, and
Cadet Second Lieutenant E It. Wal
ton, promoted to be first lieutenant of
TU kets to the excursion May 30 to
i ndet encampment at Wahoo are for
bale by the cadet officers, and at the
executive office. Since a limited num
ber only are to be sold with meal
ticket coupons. University people
should secure them at once.
Commandant Chase put to the cadet
battalion Monday evening the follow
ing question. "Has your military
work for this semester interfered with
your regular studies In the University,
or with your laboratory work In con
nection with the same?" Two hundred
and eight replied, "No Interference
with other work in University;" six,
"No conflicts, but do not like drill;''
and twenty, "Conflicts with laboratory,
studying, or outside work."
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases. 1318 O.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and O.
We have Just received a new ship
ment of Army Hats. Although these
goods have advanced In price, we will
sell them at the old price, 90 cents.
The Stelner-Woempener Drug Co.'b
soda fountain, Twelfth and O, has a
reputation for cool refreshing drinks.
Those delicious ice cream sodas with
fruits in season are a delight to students.
The University of Chicago
Each has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
38FThc courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Th Kbrankan AdTcrtUer la thin lint
4erT th trade of all loyal Ulcr-
BAKERY Mrs. J. W. Petrj.
BANKS First National, Columbia Na
tional, Farmers and Merchants, Lin
coln Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
BARBER SHOPS Palace.
BICYCLES. ATHLETIC GOODS H. E.
Sidles Cycle Co., A. O. Spalding &
BOOKS AND STATIONERY Co-Op..
H. M. Brown Drug and Book Co.,
Harry Porter, Unl. Book Store, Sam
BOWLING ALLEY II. C. Thomas,
0 t or o fi n t
CIGARS, ETC. M. D. Clary, L. L. Llnd
Bey, Stevens & Neville, Dutell.
CLOTHING Mageo & Deemer, B. L.
Paine Clothing Co., Cottrelll & Leon
ard, Albany. N. Y.; The Toggery,
Armstrong Clothing Co.
COAI, P. D. Smith Coal Co., C. B.
Gregory, Whltebreast Coal Co.
CONFECTIONERY R. W. Maxwell
DENTISTS C. E. Brown, Bentz.
DRUGGISTS Rlggs, Rector, Brown.
Flegenbaum, Harley, Stelner. Weom
pener, Oliver Theatre Pharmacy.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
ELECTRICAL G00L3 Ross Electric
FIX3RISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Hardy Furniture Co..
Rudge & Guenzel.
GAS Lincoln Gas & Electric Co.
GROCERS Farmers Grocery Co., Key
stone Cash Grocery.
HAIRDRESSING, ETC. The Famous.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel, Hall
JEWELERS E. E. Hallett, C. A.
LIVERIES W. O. Forbes.
LUMBER Dlerks Lumber & Coal Co.
MILLINERY The Famous.
MUSIC Robs P. Curtice.
NOVELTIES Capital Novelty Works.
PAINT AND GLASS Western Glaas
& Paint Co.
PLUMBING Chas. Kunkler.
OCULISTS M. B. Ketchum.
PHYSICIANS J. R. Haggard, H. S.
PIANOS Matthews Piano Co.
Sold only by Harley
POOL AND BILLIARDS Powell &
PRINTING New Century, Ivy Press,
RAILROADS Burlington, Union Pa
cific, Northwestern, Missouri Pacific.
RESTAURANTS Merchants' Cafe,
Don Cameron, Palace Dining Hall,
Restaurant Unique, Francis Bros.,
SHINES Lincoln Shining Parlor.
SHOES Sanderson, Perkins &. Shel
don, Electric Shoe Co.
8UITORIUM Weber Bros., T. A. Burt.
TAILOR Bumstcad. inland, Ehlers.
TRANSFER Lincoln Local Express,
Lincoln Transfer Co., Globe Delivery
1308 O Street
Keystone Gash Grocery Store
129-181-185 So. 18th St.
Lasch & Blaki, Proprlitors
frfbite foa in ctdt, inspect tfutr superb
stock nd note the sttrsctihs prices,
MONARCH Q00DS Uf .fafe Mtl Utarkri
Cigars, Vexe, flDaga3ined
t miOSU U31NTa.SlihSt
Drug Co., 11th & 0 Ste
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