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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1904)
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Stcgcr & Sons
Vosc & Sons
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And 23 others. Wc sell new
Pianos on 55 monthly
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b Writers, Office Furniture,
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U mnltjSP1 M0ST PI
t!U "kJt popular, M
H CLULTT, PEABODY & CO. U
U CL uTT AND ARROW C ul nS 1
Mr Pipal was out of s hool yc-t'i
da oi nrroiuit of illness
Pied (' I' Persingei made a Ims-im
1 1 ip lo (' ntial C'it ypHteidaj
The (Jlee c i ul) will mi et in .Memoi in'
hall Wednesday evening at 7 o'( lex U
I'roleHHor l'osslei and I)i 1 -es hie
returned after enfon ed ah-enif elu.'
Mr I. nil. of South Omaha i-itid
in the cit yesterda with he 1 son.
Mis Millei, of South Omaha. isiteel
in th( (it cstcida. wit h liei son.
I'lclo.ss-oi Harh( r lecture?, in ihap"l
this morning '"The Colise mi an.!
Ti luinphal A rein s "
Miss Howell gex s te) Kulle-i un Kiiel'n
to ,ie k ulins, under the au.-pii s
ot the high k hool of that pla e
Pndissor V W Smith lett toelay lei
Keen. Neb, n he-re he will aeielie-s.s the
sti.e'ents ot the high s hoi-l this e-ci
The Union and Pallaehan liteiai e
eieties w'ill hold a joint party next V i
e!y e-vening in I'nion hall A gueMl linn
is e'pe-( ted
Dr Hansen isited at the Sigma Chi
house the liist of the we eh He ha-,
rtisioutinued his stueliei at Purdue
and is now traveling
Mi S II Thompson, who is a giadu
;; of the Ihihcrsity. and at )iese:il
piimipalol t he Ntdson se hools upoit
a mm ees'-lul S( hool jell
ll students pe(ting tei giadiiat
this war and dcsiiing high st hool po
sitions should Icaw their name at the
I'niwisitj Teae-hi rs' Hun an
Mi R S Moe Uetl. a piomiiK nt in in
l,(r of the I ineoln bai , aeltlre-sseel tin
Senioi law .students estciela on ari
enis eonimere ial phases ot Nelnai-Ka
The' botanical stalf. .lnde-r eliii'itimi
et Pnfcssor Hcssey is now engaged in
making revisions of the e muses in
botanj tor the net' calene'ar A num-l-4-i-
oi unpoilant changes will be- made-
Pie-le-ssoi l.mUey leie-lved a e aid
treun Miss Clara M Olener. at Shelton.
Neb. and an nnoune omenl of the high
si hool ptogium gie'n February 'Jd
Miss Cile)e-r K an iiihtrue-tor in tin
inMitution Owing to tlu- la t that some ed the
nie-inbe-is liae been me on enieneed by
se-lie)ol work and outside- matters, the
Diamatii e-lub has been obliged to peisl
pone the two plajs thai wen to be
given this wee-U te7a later dntev
Pn:f l- 1) lle'iilel. eif the yookjieal
(Tj-jmrtnuMit of the Uniersity. has re
eeie'el mi imitation from the Lnier
sitj ef C'olotndo to ive wen-k in llie
hetany anel zoolcKieal denartments if
that inslit.ition during the summer
sehool session. He lias not answered
yet. anel is still debating the adisa
bility of the proposition.
The KnuineerinK society will hold ii
iiKiilar meeting Wednesday eening in
M 1111. There is semie' very important
h.isiness te he taken up. including next
j ear's annual hoard. Alter the busi
ness meeting theie will be a "gang
talk" upon the Panama anel Nicaragua
inti l-oeeanle- e-anal loutes A large
atlendance is elei-ireel
Telephone repoits reeeivcel in 1 in
eeln, saj a defective wire at the state
normal at Peru caused a dangerous (he
which threatened to become disastious
The lire was extinguished by the effenlo
of the students anel amateur firemen
The leiss will amount te $r00. ilnelly
eauseei by water.
Theie was no panic In a systematic
orelerb manner the students, members
ef the lacult and e itiens fought th'
lla'meh Uox of cigars given away every day
at Powell's Oliver theatre building.
Pioneer barber shop, open till 8. llth
f Colleee Baseball
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I And all other college sport is fully covered in text and
I illustration by The Illustrated Sporting News which is the
I ONLY publication giving special attention to college
1 Send Us One Dollar f
I And we will send you The Illustrated Sporting News
each week for 16 weeks which will cover the season of J
t outdoor sports. Address
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West 22nd Street, New York.
Bjt N)- -N- S'
Waterman Fountain Pen
1200 O Street.
For-first-class Tailoring at low
prices, see Union College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
South Enterance College Bldg.
W. F0LIART 1131 0 STREET
Cigats and News
Hovels for Sale or Exchange
Call at 1134 O St.
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For oil Kinds of
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There is no watch, clexk "or article of
jewelry we cannot fix
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Meals Served a la Carto.
THE HOME CAFE 2I4 s,hst.
Fraternity Hall, 13th S N Street
Newly 1 mulshed and decorated. Is now
open for elates foi College snd Frater
nil eiames. Spu !al rates to students.
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