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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1904)
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Stcinway & Sons
Schmollcr & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vose & Sons
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly
Rented, Repaired "
a nd Exchanged
231 SOUTH llth STREET
Telephone B. 1232
W.'o. Forboe, Prop. 1125-31 P 8t.
BOARDING and LIVERY
Baggage and Cab Line
Ou'fainrcH furnished for Weddings. Parties nil
T Funeral. Office IJfll P Strovt.
) Telephone tN.
Ai? often a warning of eye troubles.
Ilec'r get your eyesight tested so
thai any coming defect may be reme
died in time. We will examine your
eyes carefully. If thero is anything
wrong or if thero Isn't we will tell you.
IM O STREET
I 135 SOUTH llth STREET
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formlty with the sections of the new
by-laws heretofore adopted:
Executive Teeters, Calkins, Allen.
Finance Ernst, Rlcl, Teeters.
Property Allen, Ernst, Whltmore.
Industrial Education whltmore,
In the matter of special examinations
It was ordered that the following rules
will be In forc from and after Septem
ber J, 1904:
1. No student has a right to demand
n private examination. 8uch examina
tions nre granted simply as faors at
the option of Instructors.
2. No member of a class or section
may, for any reason or under any pre
text whatever, be privately examined
at a tlmo earlier than that at which
tho regular examination of the class or
section Is scheduled. Any individual
examination permitted must be held
3. To be examined at a time later
than that set for his class or section,
whatever the reason, a student must
pay a special examination fee of on"
dollar per course. flrBt obtains his In
structor's consent thereto, and then
pays the secretary the proper fee, tak
ing a receipt. This receipt, being shown
the Instructor, authorizes him to pro
ceed with the examination.
4. All Bpeclal examination fees will,
like matriculation fees, be turned Into
tho library fund.
L. U. Merrll. of Bridges. Mont.,
pledged to Alpha Tau Omega.
O. N. Munn of Lincoln,
pledged to Alpha Theta Chi.
The Freshman class will meet next
Monday mornjng for the election of
V. J. Schaufelbcrger. '02. of Golden.
Colorado, is visiting nt tho Alpha Tau
Roy Blckford spoke at the weekly
prayer meeting in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms last night.
Profesor Dann conducted a stereop
tlcon lecture for his class in Italian
art In U. 107 yesterday aftornoon.
Miss Harriet Drayton's mother left
tor Shelton yesterday to visit with her
daughter, Mary Hrayton. '02, who is as
sistant principal In tho high school at
I aBt Saturday Dr. ClomentH went to
Omaha and spout the day in naming
the collection of grasses for the Lou
isiana purchase commission for the ex
poslton at St. Louis.
Several of the Btudents In Greek his
tory 42a have been Inconvenienced by
ff lack of text books. Almost three
weeks have passed In this semester and
many are yet without books.
A handsome-frame containing photo
graphs of Nebraska's famous, football
toams of the past four years has been
placed in the Y. M. C. A. room, and
Is attracting much attention. It Is
tho gift of Townsend, the photographer.
Tho regular monthly cabinet meet
ing of the Y. M. C, A. was hold iu tho
association rooms yesterday evening.
Reports wejes-fcead by all cabinet mem
bers with the exception of Benedict,
chairman of the membership commit
tee, and Elliott, chairman of the social
committee, who are with the basket
LOST A small sllyer watch,
return to registrar's office.
Eajl B. Voodwctrd, AI. D., treats dis
eases of the eye, 'ear and throat.
Rooms 207-08 Richards block. 'Phone
Sam's Cafe.. The only place in the
city .to get the famous "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special service for ladies.
The University of Chicago
Each has a special Circular cf Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
J"Thc courses in Medicine arc g;vcn in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
TIIE WALL PAPER
AND PAINT MAN
130 North 13th Lincoln, Nob.
CIG AR STORE
11 North llth Stro
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
aewly papered, everything up-to-daU,
I. P. POWELL. 146 N llth SL Plione L 664
J5J 5 O Street. Phone 566.
100 rooms best low-prleod house in city
RATES-$i Per Day and Up
Ring up the Tea Store, 'Phone F 1038,
at the other end of the wire the.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.
is waiting to serve you at onco with
the choicest Teas, Coffees, Spices and
Extracts. Special rates given to board
ing houses. Give us a trial.
1300 Q St., Cor. 13th and O
New Time Card I
Effective December Gth, train
No. 208 will leave Lincoln at
8:36 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via Dun
bar, Brock and "Talmage, with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 212 -will leave at 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleeper to Kansas City.
Olty Office, S. W. Cor. lfth & O.
P. D. CORNELL, V, & T. A.
Shirts any style Oc
Cotton Undorehlrts 5c
Cotton Drawers 5c
I HooUb 5c
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The Name BOSTON I
GARTER " Is stamped
Con every loop.
Lies flat to (he leg never
SHps, Tears twr Unfastens.
Simple pair, 6IIV SOc ,
MtUcd on rectlpt of price. '
notion, uui., U.S.A.
'EVERY PAIF WARRANTED"
This signature 1 on every box of tho cenuin
Laxative Bruno-Quinine Tablet.
tho remedy that cures q cold In one dy
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