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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1904)
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J 135 SOUTH llth STREFT
Stcinway & Sons
Schmollcr & Mueller
Stegcr & Sons
Vose & Sons
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on 55 monthly
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231 SOUTH Hth STREET
Telephone B. 1232
W. O. Forbes, Prop. 1125-31 P St.
BOARDING and LIVERY
Baggogo and Cab Lino
Ciin Iiiirtw furnished for WocIcIIiikh, I'm tics una.
Kunurulh Ollleti MM I Street.
Tclt p'ltmu .W
Are often a warning of oye troubles.
Better get your eyesight tested o
that any coming defect may be rerao
dieo. In time. We will examine your
eyoa carefully. If there la anything
wrong or if there Isn't wo will tell you.
M14 O STREET LINCOLN
Company A whh assigned new guns
Laboratory work in psychology 2 be
glnB this nftcrnoon.
V. W Jones, '02, Ih lsltng Ills
brother, Beach Jones.
The Hand Concert will be given at
the Oliver February 2itth.
The Debating lub of the Academy
will meet tomorrow night.
Remember to call for a NebraBkan
coupon when trading with our adver
tiHerB. R. M. Lindscy left yeHterday nftcr
noon for a short visit at bis home in
There will be no more band Infor
nials until after the com ert at the 011
er thentie February 2'Jth.
A general re-arrangement and re
adjustment of books is under way in
the olllce of Dr. Hessey.
Dr Ward Is away on a lecture tour
in Kansas and Missouri and will return
about the end of the week.
The 8 o'( lock division of English lan
guage II, under Professor Stuff, is
full and the work is piogressing In fine
The Academy News will lie out next
week in an enlarged form, a three
column folio being planned instead of
a two-column as formerly.
The Minneapolis Journal is autlioiity
for the statement that Minnesota has
four heavy games on her schedule,
Wisionsln, Chicago, Iowa and Ne
biaska The second year (lasses in domostic
science will begin again serving the
daily luncheons which hae proved so
popular among University people next
Mr Jerome Smith, who has been
visiting with his brother the past week,
lett for a tripTo southern Missouri, af
ter which he wllj return to .Boulder,
The first announcements of the sum
mer session of the university are now
being prepared, and if is generally un
derstood that some very attractive spe
cial features are contemplated by the
cnancellor and the faculty.
Dr Bcssey received a collection of
botanj specimens consisting of ferns
and grasses fiom Porto Rico The
collection was made by Mrs. R B. Wil
icins, a missionary in that country unci
a former student of Di Bessey. Among
then, aie some very tine plants
L. A. HiiBsong, a Freshman In the
I'r.heitity, has been lequested by Ap
pomatox Post No. 214, and Appomatox
Coips No 128, I incoln. Neb., to de
li ei an address at. Llieir memorial ser-
k e on February 20, at 8 p. m. Sub
ject. "Washington and Lincoln" This
will be an open meeting.
The annual Y M. C A students' di
rectory of the University is now In
course of preparation and will soon
make Its appearance This is a pub
lication that has come to be recog
nized as u necessity by the up-to-date
student and a laiger demand than ever
is anticipated for it. As soon as the
book is out copies may be obtained
gratis of the Y. M. C. A.
LOST A pocketbook containing
some money and a .certificate of de
posit on the Bank of Commerce. Find
er return to registrar's oIP.ce.
This signaturo ia on every lo of tuo gonulnf
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets
the remedy that enrca it eoM In tne day
The Standaid Visible Writer
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The University of Chicago
Each has a special Circularcf Information which wiil he s.eni on application.
Each will be m session dining the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
J-$7"The courses .n Med'cine aie g en-m connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Homeseekers5 Excursions. .
On February 2 and 16, March 1 and 5, April 5 and 19. Tickets will
be sold at one fare plus $2.90. Return limit 21 days. The points to
which they will be sold are as follows: All points in Indian and Okla
homa Territories, and Texas; also to many points In New Mexico, Ar
kansas, Arizona and Louisiana.
Call and get full information.
Cor. 10th and
Pratcrnity Hall 13th & N Street
Newly furniBhed and decorated. In now
open for dates for College and Frater
nity danceB. Special rates to student
FAULKNER & SHARP
Jloom 308, Fraternity Bid.
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I km VI JWIL
7th and P St.
Stelicr-Woempener Drug Ctf,
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gMAnufaoturors of Steiner'i BalBam
rtjr'i Oond Mon Powdera, -
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