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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1903)
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Christmas is Coming
Nothing so appropriate noth
ing more appropriate an a gift
than a fine, piano.
Wo havo them about twenty
different makes, Including Steln
way & Sons, Steger & Sons, Voso
& Sons, Emerson. Schmoller &
Mueller, A. B. Chase, Geo. Steck.
Mueller, Hardraan, and many
Finest tone quickest action
beautiful cases latest designs,
at tho lowest possible price con
sistent w.... the ulgh quality,
and on terms to suit your convenience.
SCHMOLLER S MUELLER
Manufacturer, WhoUjiU, Retail
J35 So. nth St. Lincoln
At Close ol This Semester
Boy your tickets early as there
will be a rush the last day.
Depot ticket office
7th and P St. City
office JOth and O
Charlie Miller Is out again, after a
week's Illness. .
The "Innocents" meet Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock. Important.
Marie Richards of the conservatory
has been sick for the paBt few days.
M. D. Haddox, of Central City, was
visiting his Bon, Elbert Haddox, the
forepart of the week.
Florence Sullivan left Icr her home
In Oklahoma Citv yesterday to begin
her Christmas vacation.
Arthur Marsh went to Wahoo Sun
day to conduct services In the Episco
pal church at that place.
Waterman Fountain 'Pen
$.2.00 to $5.00 .
1200 O Street. RECTORS
The class of 1902. Lincoln high
school, will give a reunion party for
High School people at Walsh Hall.
1124 O St. Lincoln, Neb.
The Inter-class Athletic board meet
ing, which was to have been held yes
terday morning, did not convene on
account of lack of business.
H. T. Balrd, '07, received the sad
news Monday of the death of his moth
er at Cedar Rapids. He left for his
home Monday evening.
Shelving has been fitted In the south
side of tho law library, so that now
all tho books are accommodated. Dur
ing the Christmas vacation it Is ex
pected tho table will be provided with
lights, after which the library will be
The Y W. C. A. Is to have an Xmas
stocking for gifts to add to the com
fort of the room. Some of tho things
the room committee are asking Santa
Claim for are pictures, sofa pillows, pin
cushions, tack hammers, toilet soap,
cut flowers and vuscb.
The battalion has commenced drill
on the foot-ball field now that the
fences have been removed. It 1b the
intention of Captain Chase to hold
drill on the campus as long as the
weather will p.-rmlt, In order that next
spring's work may not have to Include
as many new movements as Is usually
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Undivided Profits 40,000.00
8. H. BURNHAM. President.
A. J. SAWYER H. S. FREEMAN
H. B. EVANS FRANK PARKS
Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier
P. R. EASTERDAY, Auditor.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Up-to-Dato Soda Fountain
IIS North 11th Street,
Rate $1.00 nnd $1.25 Per Dny.
Spoclnl Itatt by tho Wwk,
MR8. KATE MARTIN, PROP
Only one block from B. M. Depot. Only oni
block from Post Ofllcc. Near all
Htreot car Ilnua.
T8t O Street. Lincoln, Nobraka
Call at 1 1 34 O St.
OR TELEPHONE 812
For all Kinds of
Commercial and Society Printing
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
Was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
newly papered, everything up-to-date,
B. P. POWELL. 146 N lith St. Pbone L f 14
J. Ko I bac h
1326 O St
There Is no witch, clock or article of
Jewelry we cannot fix
C A. TUCKER
The Up-to-tbe-Mlnute Jeweler
PROMPT SERVICE. 1123 O Street
Quality goes a long ways with
particular people We solicit
the patronage of all oarticular
bcople, j j j j
KEYSTONE CASH GROCERY
LASCH S DLAKE, PROP. Phones 744-77S
Considerable complaint is being
heard over the lack of sufllcient heat
in the chem. lab. Sunday evening tb
temperature was allowed to fall so
low that several experiments left from
last week were spoiled. Professor
Nicholson reports much Inconvenience
from this as well as from the discom
forts under which the -oiudents have
been working since lint time
A banquet was recently given by the
University of Nebraska alumni now re
siding in Denver. Among those prom
inently connected with the affulr are
to be notd the names of C. W. Blge
low. now principal ot one of the Den
er high schools; Orvil Price, former
y an Instructor in this University, and
Miss Mamie Edwood. A permanent
organization was perfected and It Is in
tended to make this banquet, which
was irivet' at one of the lending Denver
hotels,, an annual affair.
Chris' Bath Parlorw, 11th and P Sts.
Dr. Jno. J. Davis
Graduate Optician and
Headaches and all Nervous Troubles re
lieved by corroctly fitted Spectacles.
Prices Low. Consultation free.
Homo Onion 12118 ) HI.
IMione II 055
This signaturo Is on every box of the gonulnt
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that enrcu a cold In one day
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
See our full line of fancy boxes, includ
ing FOOT BALLS and DRB83 SUIT
OASES. Try our Bitter-Sroeta, But
termilks and Vonitranfl.
1337 O 8TREET
W. FOLIART 1131 0 STREET
Cigars and News
Morels (or Sols or Exchange
T. J. THORP COMPANY
J All Kind of Rplrin
308 So. Uth Street.
Sam's Cafe. The only place In the
city to get the famous "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special service fwr la
ALL CANDIDATES for the Universi
ty teachers' certificate In February or
June should notify at once the chair
man of tho teachers' committee, profes
sor of education. It is better to confer
In person regarding your work and the
Convocation This Week.
The University of Chicago
Medicine I Theology
Law and I Education
Wednesday B. Benj. Andrews.
Thursday Rev. F. W. Easou, "Pas
sive Resistance to BrltlBh Educational
Friday Christmas music.
Each has a special Circular pf Information which will be sent on application
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).'
EgrThe courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
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