The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 06, 1904, Image 3

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged-to Patronize these
- Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
ARCHITBGTS Fisk & Dieman. .
ART GOODS Curtice, Lincoln Book
Btoro.
BANKSColumbla. First National.
BARBER SHOP Palace, R. & C.,
Pioneer.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES-A. L. Unde-
land & Co.
BICYCLES. ATHLETIC GOODS-Sam
Hall. Sidles, Oirard, Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter. Co-
Op, Brown. University Book Store.
Sam Hall. Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
CARPENTER Wilflon.
CIGARS Powell,- LindBey, Follart.
CLOTHING Unland. Magee &. Deemer,
B L. Paine, Armstrong.
COAL-Gregory, Dlerks, Wbitebreast.
p. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell,
DAIRY Franklin, Leming.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
DENTISTS Boston Dentists.
DRUGGIST Steincr. Woempner. Rec
tor, Brown, Iliggfi. Wright, Red
Cross.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
Transfer.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITUREr-Rudge & Guenael, A. M.
DavlB, Hardy.
GROCERS Koystone.
HARDWARE Hall, Rudge & GuenzeL
HOTELS Llndoll, Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutual.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallet, Wolfe.
Trlckey.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.;
LIVERY Forbes.
LUMBER Dlerks.
MILLINERS The Famous.
NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J Das, Hallet,
Trlckey.
PAINT & GLASS Western Glase &
Paint Co.
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller, Robs
Curtice.
VLUMBING Korsmeyer.
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Griffin Greer. New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, George
Bros.
RESTAURANTS WesterfieUi; Home
Cafe, Don Cameron, Hendry. Palace
Dining Hall.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
son, Anderson,
STENOGRAPHER Shepherd, room
512, Richards blk.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS Red
Cross Pharmacy.
SUITORIUM Weber.
THEATRES Olllver.
TYPEWRITERS Olliver.
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, Union
College Tailors, British Woolen. Mills
Oakley & Anderson.
Academy Notes.
The students have returned to work
in- a building clean from top to bot
tom. Windows, floors and woodwork
have Wen washed1. rurtninB laundered,
chains cementedh-all the little odds and
ends repaired'. One would think from
this recital that Academy students
were chiefly engaged. In battering down
walls. The very opposite is the case.
No damnge has ever been dono inten
tionally and when accidents have oc
curred prompt confession hn.s has been
made. No greater relief has ever come
to the (principal than, the knowledge
tnat ladies and' gentlemen, only nre at
tached to this1 6'Chool.
Hotel Walton
J5J5 O Street. Phone 5M.
100 rooms boat low-priced house in city
RATES Si Per Day and Up
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Boxes for Rent
Much complaint has been made by
Academy students that there are not
enough course offered In the Univer
sity summer session in which entrance
credits can bo made. To the regret of
the director this is true and is due to
the fact that the program is largel
the result of compromises. It may bo
necessary to carry a few elementary
courses In tho Academy. Students
should1 let tho principal know al once
what courses arc desired; it may be
possible to meet the. needs partially.
The nrlnter last week cut up tho
Academy notes eo that it is necesfiniy
to again. repeat, that Arch llamer foi
persistent neglect of work has been re
quested to withdraw. The Academy ia
not rich', but is rich enough to refuse
tuitiom from those who are not willing
to work. This makes the second fool
ish fellow who has thought that if he
paid his bills, class cutting would bo
overlooked. Both were mistaken
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In our fire and burg
lar proof vaults for
the safe keeping of
money, notes and val
uable papers 75
cents pays for three
months larger
sizes in proportion.
A sense of fastc Is a saving quality to
any man who visits our store. Clothes
we make bear tho same relationship
lo personality that a beautiful blos
som does to Its perfume. Suits or
OvercoatB, $15 and 20, made to order.
Perfect fit guaranteed.
mUTBHLWOOltEN MIUS C0
Big Tailors and Woolen Merchants.
1210 O Street.
Nothing so clearly indicates the
growth of tho Academy as the increase
of applications. Tor teaching positions.
During tho past month more than ten
strong teachers' have applied. It is
sincerely hoped that no vacancies will
occur in the present force to whom
tho principal owes so much gratitude
for thorough- work, generous service,
and "an unusual -sense- of responsibility,
for the success of the Academy,
Lincoln Safe Deposit &
Triiot Pnmnnnti
? iiuai uumuanj,
12U North Klcventli st.,Lincoln
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UNDSEVS
CIGAR STORE
Up-to-I)fttQ..$odu Fountain
and Magazinea. '
HO North 11th 8trt.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened thta fall with table all
newly covered, beat cues and balla.
newly papered, everything up-to-date.
Including customer.
8. P. POWELL. Mi II 11(1 St. PlMIC L tU
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The pjenic party to the State Farm
failed to materialize, but tho farm will
be written up just the same by the
Misses Lute in tho next Issue of the
News, which will go to press about the
15th of tliis month.
DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT
is one of the chief orders of most
nervous disorders. Properly fited
glasses will afford relief in the
mojority of the cases. Examina
tion Free.
HALLETT, 1143 O
Final examinations in the Lincoln
Medical College classed are set for
April 15th.
Delians Give Successful Party.
The Delians gave a very pleasant and
successful party las Wednesday in the
hall. Everybody had' a good time
from start to finish.
A feature of the evening entertain
ment wm Mi imitations by Mr. Vascy
of. the farmyard animals, especially the
long eared variety. t
Mr. De Con showed wonderful power
of interpreting magic music when in
the presence of a young lady. The
music was not altogether necessary,
rhowever.
Punch was served during the even
ing. Miss Freeman and Miss: Wlrth pre
siding. Next Friday evening Miss Ruth E.
Blanc-hard of Beatrice will entertain the
society. She is a whistler of much
ability and with a very high reputaj
Lion. Aiv excellent program' Is: pre
pared, and every Dejian should make
it a point to keep that date opan. The
program will be free and all are welcome.
DENVER TAILORING CO.
? H. WECKESSER. Pron.
Suits nude to order from $18.00 up.
Pants, $5.00 and up. Wc alio do CUaning. S
S firit-Q.ui, utUfactlon gurantcd.
122S M St. LlrtdeU Hotel, Lincoln.
CORNELL
THE WALL PAPER
AND PAINT MAN
I30 North J 3th Lincoln, Nob.
tMt$44
GEO. A. WILSON
COtfTIiACTOR AND BUILDER
0me and Sbe. 222 t. Wk. TfWphon 1387
Estimates furniah4 upoa Application.
Job work promptly attended to.
LINOOLN. NEBRASKA
I Tiske & Dieman 1
Architects I
Largot and Btt Equipped Eating House in Iht
City. FurnUhed Rooini itf Connection.
Palace Dining HalL
21 Meals, $3.00.
J. B. TBICKEY & CO.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Ceme in and Have Your Eyes At
tended to. 1035 O St.
Kappa Sigs Defeat Phi Gams,
As a preliminary bout before the
big event yesterday the Phi Gams and
the Kappa Sigs contested' for honors.
The Kappa Sigs won out in an' excit
ing finish) in which' errors and a num
ber of timely hits played the main
part. Miller and1 Mason made the long
hits of the game, the former getting
a home run and' the latter a three
bagger. Both teams started off strong
at the bat, but bocamo more lax in
their efforts as the game progressed.
Cy Mason and Roth were the points
for the Kappa Sigs and Miller and
Shallenberger for the Phi Gams.
Score by Innings:
Kaippa Sigs 2 000 35
Phi Game 3 0 10 04
Lincoln Transfer Co. Baggage
W. II. Hart, Prop.
1130 K Street Lincoln, Neb.
EASTER JEWELRY
Small diamond
brooches, rings and
studs, watches,
chains, bracelets,
bead neck chains,
charms, lockets,
crosses, sterling sil
ver goods, spoons,
etc., etc.
Call at 139 So. 13th St
TYl. G. WOLFE.
X 170005 55-57 Wcbards Bloek j
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to date place
where .you can ret vow
Clothing Cleaned and Pressed
'Phono 708. Northeast Cor 11th and O.
T. J. TIIORr
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COMPANY
General Machinist)
Ail Klndj ol.Rplrtf
Lock Smiths.
PLATERS
308 So. Ill StrtaL
Lincoln, Nebraska
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fraternity Hall, 13th & N Street
Newly furnished and decorated. Is now
open for dates for College and Frater
nity dances. SpccJal rates to students.
FAVLKNEP & SHARP
Room 308, Fratenlty Bid.
There Is no watch, clock or article oi
Jewelry we cannot fix
C. A. TUCKER
The Up-to-lhe-Mlnote Jeweler
PROMPT SERVICE. 1 123 O Street
Rates 1.00 and $1.25 per Day.
Special Rates b7 tho Week.
BOYD HOTEL
MRS. KATE MARTIN, Prop.
Otly one block from B. & M. Depot
Only one block from Postcfflco.
Near all street car lines.
731 O Street T.incolnNeb;
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S1VDENTS
For first-class Tailoring at low
prices, see Union College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
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