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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1904)
b e E) a p HcbraeRan
135 SOUTH llth STREET
Stcinway & Sons
Schmollcr & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vosc & Sons
A. B. Chase
I And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly
Are You Going
N. E. A.
Nevor boforo has the N. E. A.
arranged ita mooting with such
wonderful opportunities for tho
Toaohor, Instructor or Profossor.
The routo via tho Burlington
will bo tho favorito ouo, as it has
G. W. Bonnell
City Pasringor Atjent
TU R PJN
1 3 an H
I ARROW COLLAR 1
I IB CENTS, 2 FOR 23 CENTS H
I CLUETT, PEABODY 4. CO. I
H MAKEf!) OF CLUETT AND MONARCH HIRT Hj
Mr. Hrady nt chapel this morning.
.Subject, "Tlie Holy I nnil."
Mr. l'i)al. wlio lins boon Hick for
Homcllmo, 1h able to bo in school.
Tho Finance committee of the Fresh
man clnss will have a mooting this
Miss Jennie Whltmore left for her
homo In Valley Saturday on account
or III health.
Mr. J. I). Hrady returned yesteiday
from Waterloo, where he delivered a
lciture Saturday evening
l)r Condin left Sunday evening for
Forest drove. Neb., In the Intel ests
of the geologj department
One of the classes in Fnglish 2 pro
!, enter Miss Woodman with a fine bo'i
eitut of Mowers Inst weeK
Miss Mela MatOiiesoii entci tallied a
number of fi lends at lunch in the do
mestic Hcleftce rooms Fatiirda
Pi of A I. Candy has boon elected
pusidont and I'rofessor llodgman i e
provident of the City law and Older
II A. Senior, who is at the head ot
t):o chemistry department of the Oma
ha high school, visited on the campu
The Delian society will haw a partv
WVelneaday evening in Oellan hall. As
semble at 8 o'clock and have a good
time. 10erybocly invited
Miss Woodman, who has boon unabl"
to mret In classes In English for some
time on account of sickntss. resinned
her work yesterday morning.
I'rofessor Fogg has wiy kindly con
sented to dismiss the debating squad
early this owning in order that the
debaters may attend the annual Y M
C A. banquet at the 1 indell at eigh'
Saturday evening Alpha Zeta held ilh
first initiation at the state farm. The
following were the initiates: Messrs.
E. (J. Montgomery. C. W. Puglohly. W.
W. Burr and Val Keyset' A spread
followed the ceremony.
TJiose .selling tickets for tho Y. M. J.
A banquet at the Llndell tonight will
please report to Secretary Ringer at
once, as he must inform the hotel
management by 11 o'clock regarding
the exact number of plates desired.
Six or seven students who were ex
pelled from the high school have pre
sented thomselws at the Academy for
admission. The principal is merciful
and is willing to forgive all past of
fenses that were committed elsewhere
Air Hunter of the Omaha high school
debating team that defeated Lincoln
Fridaj night isitecl the Interstate Tro
I by room esterday He is one of the
student of ('has M. Bracelin, who as
sisted in tho defeat of Kansas two
-f The Soph base ball commit lee iw
Thuiselay morning and elected J. R.
Caloy temporary captain to act until
a captain is elected by the team. All
Sophomore baseball men are uiged to
be out for ptactice every day at chapr
rTlie members of the Lincoln high
school class of I!H:5 met yesterday
monving and perfected arrangements
for a banquet to be given by them in
May to the, graduating class of the high
se hool The following committee was
appointed. (Jeorge Elmonelorf, Allen
Field. Miss Williams. Miss Hall and
Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 13th.
Wright Drug Co., 117 No. llth,
Special rato to students nt Hendry's.
Box of cigars given away every day
at Powell's Oliver theatre building. '
The Whitebreast Co., at 1106 O St.,
is the place to buy coal.
The University of Chicago
Each school hnB a Bpccial Circular of Information which will bo sent on rcquost.
Tho Courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of RUSH MEDICAL
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
June 18 September a
Largett and Best Equipped Eating House n the
City. Furnulicd Rooms in Connection.
Palace Dining HalL
21 Meals, $3.00.
W. II. Hart, Prop.
1130 N Street Lincoln Neb.
A sense of taste is a saving quality to
any man who visits our store. Clothob
wo make bear the same relationship
to personality that a beautiful blos-s-om
does to its perfume. Suits or
Overcoats. $1.") and $20, made to order
Perfect lit guaranteed.
BRITISH WOOLEN MILLS CO,.
Big Tailors and Woolen Merchants
1210 O Street.
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
Fraternity Hall, 13th N Street
Newly furnished and decorated. Is now
open for dates for College aud Frater
nity dances. Spccal rates to studenta.
FAULKNER St SHARP
Itcom 308, Fratenity BlcJg.
DENVER TAILORING GO.
H. WECKESSER, Prop.
Scuts made to order from $18.00 up.
Pants, $5 00 and up. We also do Cleaning.
Pressing and Repairing. Workmanship
first-Class, satisfaction guaranteed.
1228 M St. Lmdell Hotel, Lincoln.
1 OUR PRICES
Shirts any stylo m
Cotton Undershirts .".'.'. 5e
Cotton Drawers ' ' k
Handlcorchiofs, 8 for 'rj
YULE BROS. LAUNDRY
Wske & Dieman
Jfcottis 55-57 Hlcbards Block
For first-class Tailoring at low
prices, see Union College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
South Enterance College Bldg,
All the Novelties ol the Season
Woolon Vcstings etc just
oponod. Call and inspect. Off
of O strcot prices. Repairing
and prossing solicitod.
Oakley & zAnderson
143 No. 13th. Oliver Theater Bldg.
i Before I
1 1You Go Home.
i tor the t
come in and see our Eas- t
I ter display. We have a f
full line of Novelties and i
full line of
J 3th and N Streets.
QEO. A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olflo and Shop. 222 I. It. T.kphoni B 1397
Estimate. fnraihd upon applioaUon,
Job work promptlj attended to.
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