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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1904)
Gbe ailp tflebraefcan
The University of Chicago
A. O. Schrelbcr made a business trip
to Omnha yesterday.
H. S. Wetherald of Hebron, lias gone
homo on account of sickness.
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WAKCR0 OF CLUITT AND MONARCH tHIRTS
The claBs in English language are
studying the literary effects of Halt's
"Outcast of Poker Klat."
Mr. Hlackman, of the Historical so
ciety, has left for a trip to the north
ern part of the stale.
The Palladlans have placed a new
lock on the door to their bulletin board,
which perhaps will prevent the taking
of their posters
Regular drill Thursday evening, a
7 o'( lock sharp
The Junior law class held an election
yeFt( n'ay at 10 a. ni. and elected the
following officers: President. .Mr. Case;
vice president. Mr. Smith; secretary
and treasurer. Mr. Ritchie.
World has jtiHt been received of the
death of George W. Matthews at Rlpan.
Wis. Mr. Matthews was a student in
the law school in 1901-02, and a mem
ber or Phi Gamma Delta. Ill health,
which continued until his death, caused
his retirement from hi hool befoic grad
Union Boys Will Elect.
The I'nion Roys Debating club will
meet next Saturday evening to discu1
the Panama situation.
Election of ofllcers for the next tern'
will lake place and other important
business will be transacted. All mem
ben are requested to be present. A
fierce parliamentary drill will precede
the regular debate.
CaseslReady for Shipment.
The handsome finished cases which
contain some choice Indian relics con
sisting of peace-pipes, mocasins, and
other primitive instruments, together
with some excellent views of early Ne
braska life, are lined up at the side
entrance of the Historical society
rooms. These cases are colored with
crybtal white paint and neatly var
nished, so that they add a brilliant
luster to the shining collections. The
front side of the cases will conblst of
a heay plate glass, which adds ery
much to their beauty and will serve
as a shield for protection. The entire
collection consists of about thirty-fit c
cases of artistically ai ranged material
and is a highly commendable piece of
work, well worth the time for anon.
to lew it carefully.
ADDRESS AT CHAPEL.
Mrs. W. A. Green Gives Pleasing
Talk on French Dramatist.
Mrs. W. H. Greene talked on the life
and literary productions of one of the
gieatest of modern dramatists during
chapel period yesterday morning. M
Rostand, the subject of her discussion
is a Frenchman, n native of Marseilles,
and a descendent of aristocratic an
cestors. He is yet very young and his
productions have gained great popular
itysome of them being translated
Into fifteen different languages. The
moijt of his life has been spent in close
study and his mind has been eltirelv
absorbed, with stage craft, hunting out
the wonderful effects that reveal char
acter. He does not depend so much
on accident or Incident, but breathes
nto his works so much of the soul.
The life of the man was Veil brought
out in a pleasing manner by Mrs.
Greene, and those who were present
are enabled to appreciate more fully
the efforts of this literary artist.
The Whitebreast Co., at HOC 0 St.
is the pl;ue to buy coal.
FREE -A handsome clythe-sbrush.
Call at Riggs' Pharmacy and get one
Wright Drug Co., 117 No. llth,
Each hasa?peci.l Circular cf Information which wtl! he sert m application.
Each will be in session durtng the Summer Quarter ("June l -September 3).
(KfThc courts in Mcdxice are g-ven in conr.ection wuh the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
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RATES-$i Per Day and Up
Hint? 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 once with
the choicest Teas, CoffeeH, Splevs and
Extracts. Special rates given to hoard
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1300 O St., Cor. 13th and O
New Time Card S
Effective December Cth, train
No. 208 will leae Lincoln at
8:35 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 9:5G p. m.
and carry through qoaCh and
Pullman Bleoper to Kansas City.
City Offlce, g. W. Cor. 12th & O.
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Uc5 flat to the leg never
blipj, rears nor Unfastens.
Milled oa recf.'pt of price. '
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We need at once a few more teach
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ienced. More calls this year than ever before
Schools supplied with competent teach
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