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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1904)
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ART GOODS Curtice, Lincoln Book
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBER SHOP Palace, R. & C.,
BARBERS' SUPPLIES A. L. UncU-
land & Co.
BATHS Chris' Place.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Girard, Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co
Op, Brown, University Book Store.
Sam Hall, Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
CIGARS Powell, Lindsey, Foliart.
CLOTHING Unland, Magee & Deemer,
B. L. Paine, Armstrong.
'COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whltebreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DAIRY Franklin, Lemlng.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
DRUGGIST Steiner, Woempner, Rec
tor, Brown, Riggs, Wright
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A. M.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. Lincoln
GROCERS Keystone, Farmers Gro
cery. HARDWARE Hall, Rudge & Guenzel.
HOTELS Lindell, Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutua:.
JEWELERS Tucker-, Hallet.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.,
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cial. NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
OPTICIAN Dr. J. J. Davis, Hallett.
PAINT & GLASS-Westem Glass &
PHOTOGRAPHS Hayden. .
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller, Rose
POOL & BILLIARDSPowell.
PRINTING, Griffin Greer, New Cen
- tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, George
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Unique,
Don Cameron, Home Cale,
8HOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
STENOGRAPHER1 Shepherd, room
512, RIchardB blk.
TAILORS Unland, BumBtead.
Transact Important Business
The New Buildings.
The Board of Regents mot at 2
o'clock on Monday with all members
present except Regent Ernst. Tho Re
gents elect, C. S. Allen and W. G. Whit
more, presented their credentials and
assumed their duties, succeeding
Messrs. Forell and Kenower, whose
terms had expired.
The election of president of the Board
being the first order of business after
the reading and approval of the min
utes of tho last meeting, it was ordered
on motion of Regent Calkins that Re
gent Teeters bo elected president of
the board to serve until the June meet
ing next or until further action of tho
Tpon recommendation of the sev
eral faculties it was ordered that de
gress be granted, together with teach
ers' cortiflcates. and that diplomas and
ceitificntes bo awarded to the candi
dates so recommended.
A number of appointments to minor
positions since the last meeting of the
board reported to the chancellor wore
approved on motion.
Provision was made for conducting
the summer school of 1904, the chan
cellor being authorized to appoint Pro
fesor Hodgman as director of the
A satisfactory report having beon
made upon tho titles to land for the
establishment of a sub-station at
North Platte. Neb., tho secretary was
instructed to mako payment for the
land in accordance with former condi
tional orders of the board. Regulations
for the organization of tho work of
the new experimental sub-station were
adopted and the recommendations of
Director Burnett for the appropriation
of money to start work were referred
to the committee on Industrial Educa
tion with power to act within tho legls
latho appropriation made for the pur
pose. The plans and specifications for the
construction of the school building at
the farm, the physics and administra
tion buildings on the city campus, to
gether with a proposed form of build
ing contract, were referred to the build
ing committee. Regent Allen -was ap
polnted'member of tho building com
mittee, succeeding eJT-Regent Forell. It
was ordered also that tho location of
the physics buildings remain as here
tofore recommended by tho building
committee and a communication from
the Athletic Board concerning re-arrangement
of tho athletic grounds was
referred to the building committee with
power to act.
A committee from the Nebraska
Corn Growers' association was heard,
presenting a request that the Regents
include in thelf next biennial estimates
to tho legislature an Item of $10,000 to
be expended under the direction of the
board in the Interests of tho Corn
The special committee upon water
supply for fire protection was -Instructed
to further investigate the cost of
the proposed reservoir or cistern and
present a proposition to the council of
tho city of Lincoln for co-operation in
Leaves of absence were granted to
Professor Lyon and Adjunct Professor
Almy for tho purpose of pursuing study
at other Institution.
Tho special committee heretofore ap
pointed upon, the revision gf the by
laws of the board submitted a prelimi
nary report, and on motion" It was or
dered that that portion of said report
renaming and defining the duties of the
standing committees of the hoard be
approved. The special committee was
continued with Instructions to make a
further report at the next meeting of
It was vofced to establish a new de
partment under the title of Jurispru
dence and Public I aw, the same to be
In qhargo of Dean Pound, of tho Law
oollege. assisted by Professor Coolt, and
that the titles of the department and
hthe professor of American history and
jurisprudence be changed to American
history and politics.
It was ordered that the building cora
mlteo be requested to report to tho
board at a subsequent meeting relating,
to the necessity of; fire escapes for cer
tain .buildings of, te University group.
President Teeterp announced tho fol
lowing committees 'of the board, in con-
How Old is "Black Joe" I
If "Black Joe" is twice as old
Cat IS twice a8 Old as "Black Jno'q"
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ago between "Black Joo's" plgoon and "White Suo'b" duck if. "Block
Joe's" pigeon was soven years older than "Whlto Sue's" cat when
"Black Joe's" dog was three years youngor thnn "Whlto Suo's" cat four
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Y Read this Bpaco next issue and In tho meantime chow "White Sue"
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Manufacturers of 8toiner's Balaam
Rhubarb Oold Capsules, Pile Cure and
Gray's Oond'Mon Powders.
Fraternity Hall 13th 5 N Street
Newly furnished and decorated. Is now
open for dates for College and Frater
nity dances. Special rates to studen.ta.
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