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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1904)
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ttbe atlv fUbraohan
The University of CMcago
Percy AdaniB went to Wahoo Mon
day for a short visit at home.
Mr. M.-ad vieited tho biologlrul de
partment yesterday morning.
liW v i,Y I t
135 SOUTH llth STREET
Steinway & Sons
Schmollcr & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vose & Sons
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. Wc sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly
23tS0UTl llth STREET
Telephone B. 1232
W. O. Forbes, Prop. 1125-31 P St.
BOARDING and LIVERY
Baggago and Gab Lino
OirrinucM furnished for Woddlnpa, l'nrtlt". ni
Funeral. Oftloo MM I Struct.
Ar often a warning of eye troubles.
Itos ?r .get your eyesight tested so
tha. my coming defect may bo reme
died in time. We will examine your
oyea. carefully. If there is anything
wrong or if there isn't we will tell you.
Ml O STREET LINCOLN
8 SuJUijMSjilJriL wi Mv Jjt-BBLiWPwLI
Mies Alice Swecburg la quarantlm d
Dr. Fling will speak at convocation
today on the Russo-Japanese war.
I'nlladlan boys meet to practice on
thflr program next Wednesday een
Ing at 7:30.
The students In American history
! are busy pointing out the incon
Bihtencies in the Lincoln-Douglass de
bates. MIphcs Florenco Huntington and
I atricla Naughton spent the forepart
')f the week in tho latter'H home at
Mr. Arch HaJned, lately from Nash
lllo, Tenn.. whoso father is rebid nt
manager of tho Advance Har ester
Co.. is tho latest addition to the Acad
Mr. J. A. Warren, who took his M.
A. degree at the midwinter exercises
yoBterday will tako charge of the agri
cultural department at tho Indian
agency school in Knox county, Ne
binska. Prof. Barber left for Falls City yes
terday afternoon, where ho delivored
his Illustrated lecture on Rome in the
evening. Thib morning ho was to de
liver an addresK before the high school
nt that place and its patrons.
W. G. Whitmoro, of Valley, one of
the new regents of tho University, who
has been . in the city the past three
days attending the meeting of the
Board of Regents, left for Valley yes
terday. Word has reached University people
of the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and
Mrs. B. II. Wiggenhorn. Mrs. Wiggiu
horn was formerly Mit Jebsie Lan
sing, and both bIip and her husband
were prominent University people at
The Academy closed for Charter Day.
So many students are taking part work
at tho University that nothing else
can be done on University holidays,
even if the Academy people did not en
joy thebo privileges. Tho farmers r,t
the experimental btations worked all
day, because, as Prof Davisson put it,
they can not breaTc over tho habit.
University people will be borry o
hear of tho death of John Uhl's father,
which- occurred laat week. The funeral
was held Saturday. Mrs. JameB Buric
of Deadwood. S. D.. and Mm. O. W.
Cook, of Benedict, daughters of th
deceased, and Mrs. Hardy, of Beatrice,
his sister, who have all been staying
at the home of Mr. Uhl, Ueparted for
their homes yesterday.
LOST A small silver watch,
return to registrar's office.
LOST A cartoon of the Rockefeller
Temple Fund, drawn by Mr. Butler,
and the property of The Nebraskan.
Finder return to The Nebraskan office.
Tho Sophomore basket ball team will
bo selected from the following men:
Krake. Matheweon, Winchester, Clark,
Legro, Stone. Hrubesky, Kuramell,
CharleYon. JOHN D. CLARK.
Tho Whitebreast Co., at 1106 O St..
is tho place to buy coal.
Cliapin Bros.. Florists. 127 So. 13tli.
Rostaurant Unique, 1228 u St.
Llncoln Local Express, llth and N.
Tel. 787. Bagrgago hauled.
Earl B. Woodward, M. D., treats dls
eoses of the eye, ear and throat.
Rooms 208-08 Richards block. 'Phone
Each has aspecis.l Circularcf Information which wiil be -sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
l,&d7Thc courses in Mcd'cinc arc g'cn in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
THE WALL PAPER
AND PAINT MAN
130 North 13th Lincoln, Nob. f
Up-to-Dato Soda Fountain
US North llth Street,
Powell's Milliard 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 It llth St Phone L iH
J5J5 O Street. Phone 566.
100 rooms best low-pricod houso in city
RATES-$i Per Duy and Up
Ring up the Tea Store, 'Phone F. 1008,
at tho other end of the wire the
GRAND UNION TEA CO.
is waiting to serve you at once with
tho choicest Teac. Coffees, Spices and
Extracts. Special rates given to board
ing houses. Qivo us a trial.
1300 O St., Cor. 13th and O
New Time Card
Effectlvo December Gth, train
No. 208 will leave Lincoln at
8:35 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via Dun
bar, Brock and Talraago, with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 22 will leave at 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleeper to Kansas City.
City Offlco, S. W. Cor. 12th & O.
P. D. CORNELLS. & T. A.
Shirts any stylo IOC
Cotton Undershirts 5c
Oottou Drawors 5c
Handkerchiefs, U for 5c
YULE BROS. LAUNDRY
The Standard j
The Nam! " BOSTON '
GARTER" is stamped
ion every loop.
Lies flat to the teg never
Silp$, Tears nor Uriislcnj. j
SnnJ" pur. Bilk Jte.
. SUUcd on rcct-l4 of prlee. '
I QEO. FOST CO., MlW
uouoa, tiui. , V.i A. i
every Pair WARrtANTEDa
Thlq aignaturo lo on ovory box of tho gonuiD
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabiou
tho remedy that enrco n cold la one day
MO ENGRAVERS q
D(F) pfanun the vest (Pik
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