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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1904)
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H5 SOUTH llth STREET
Stcinway & Sons
Schmollcr & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vose & Sons
A. B, Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on 55 monthly-payments
Clarrmus Crleaninas. "
Tho Freshmen will meet In U. 107,
Monday, a large attendance Is desired.
Miss Mabel Christie Is confined to
her room by qalto a severo lllhess.
Tho State Historical society has Just
received some very nice photographs
of tho ex-terrltorial governors.
Tho Union club will meet tonight In
U. 107, tho Smoot case will be dis
cussed. As thlB Is a continuation of
the dlFcusslon of last meeting, tho same
speakers will debate.
St. Patrick's Day was celebrated by
a program In Lyceum hall of the paro
chial school, 13th and N streets, on
Thursday evening. Messrs. Manahan
an Sutton spoke. Several students of
the Unl. were In evidence.
Professor Barbor has received an in
vitation to attend the meeting of tho
North Central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools, to be held the
25th and 2Cth of March at the Audito
rium hotel, Chicago.
The visits of members of the course
in tho evolution of the secondary
school to various church schools in
this vicinity is primarily for purposes
of comparison with tho earliest church
schools, not "other secular schools"
as stated In the Nobraskan of yesterday.
Take this Car (or Prosperity Avonuo
f t imi rcn - nlontr TT'ooir of nonf f"
.. i i. . .. ? TV ,'-'"' -je
juni u is me uiosi suiisiaciory t.
and prolltable lino that tho buy- f
er can travel on. Get out at No.
129 So. 13th St., and como In n
and beo the tempting display of
CiocericB we are selling at wee )
I Keystone Cash Qrocery
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for acceptable Ide&s.
State li patented.
THE PATENT RECORD.
ulw'rt )n prirt- of H c Patkvt Iiucoup W o
"Elective and Non-Electives in Life"
will be the subject of the sermon at
the First Baptist church on Sunday
evening. The pastor, Rev. Samuel
Zane Batten, cordially invites all Uni
versity atudentB to this service, and to
ill the other services of the church
Music under the charge of tho Choral
Union is especially fine.
Saturday Evening, March 9
Basket Ball, Gymnasium, 8 o'clock
Unions vs. Palladlans
Autoharp Solo Mr. Robertson
Reading Mr Hutchinson
Violin Solo, Volkston, No. 1, Op.
Story Mr. M. J. Brown
Election of Officers.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. organiza
tions will hold a union meeting in U
iuG. The Student Volunteers will tak
haige and special music has been ar
ranged for the occasion. All Univer
sity young men and women are espe
cially invited. The Volunteers are
.ilsses Agatha Totton, Addle Reynolds
and MeBsrs. Russel Moore, Arthur Bill
.ngs, Paul Harrison and E. L. Witte.
Several of the prominent workers of
the Y. M. C. A. have kindly consented
to gle the line minute talks at pnv
noon meetings next week. The fol
lowing Is the calendar:
Monday, A. C. Bates.
Tuesday, A. R. Moore.
Wednesday, J. D. Ringer.
Thursday, P. W. Harrison.
Friday, B. G. Lewis.
12:20 to 12:30 Is the time, in the
Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Tuesday, the 22d, will be held the
business meeting for the report of the
year's work by the retiring officers and
chairmen, in U. 10G, at 5 p. m.
I TURBINE I
I A CLUETT COLLAR I
I QUARTER EACH, QUARTER SIZES
CLUETT, PEADODY d, CO. I
MAKIRS OF CLUETT AND MONARCH HIRT H
Monday, March 28th, the annual elec
tion of ofllcers will bo hold at chapel
Thursday noon tho association served
lunch to about sixty girls. All seemed
to enjoy it and were quite pleased with
the idea. We may do it again. Our
cocoa circle has grown to -include about
Lomlng'B, ice cretin ana candy: lltL
and L StP
J-incoln Transfer Co.
Pioneer barber shop, open till S. llth
The Standard Visible Writer
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R. S. YOUNG BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
COAL, ASH GROVE LIME, KALLOLITE KEENE'S
BEST CEMENT, HADDWALL PLASTER, SAND, WHITE LIME.
Cement, Pressed BricK, Fire BricK, Fire Clay, Stone and
Office 1342 O St., Tolophono 700. Yards 19th & Q. Tolophono 720
Sold only by Harley Drug Co., n'h p.idO Street
WATCHES AND DIAMONDS...
' Wo show an elegant
line of diamond jewel
ry and watches. Our
prices are positively as
low as quality permits.
We carry only nigh
quality goods In nil
Eyes examined free
by graduate optician'
with 14 years' expon
M. G. WOLFF, 139 So. 13th St.
is one of the chief orders of most
nervous disorders. Properly fited
glasses will afford relief in the
mojority of the cases. Examina
HALLETT, 1143 O
This signature la on ovory lox of tno gonulm
Laxative BroniO'Qiiinirie Tablets
QEO. A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILBER
Olflo and 8ho. 222 t. 12. TaUphona B 1397
Estimate furniahod mpon applioatlon.
Job work promptlj attended to.
T. J. TIIORr
All Kind of Rpairinj
308 $o. 11th StrteL
t Western Glass
and Paint Co.
I 12lh and M Su., Lincoln, NtbnuKn
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