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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1904)
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135 SOUTH llth 8TREET
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Stdnway & Sons
Schmoller & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vosc & Sons
A, B. Chase
Geo, Steck I
And 23 others. Wc sell new
Pianos on 55 monthly
Are You Going
N. E. A.
Notot before has th N. E. A.
arranged its mooting with suoh
wonderful opportunities for the
Toaoher, Instructor or Professor.
The route via tho Burlington
will bo the fftYorite one, at it has
0. W, Bonnell
City PaMtnger Agist
Lrtit and Bfit Equipped Bating Hom in tti
City. FumUhtd Roorru In Connection.
..Palace Dining HalL
21 Meals, $3.00.
W. H. Hart, Prop.
11S0 N Street Lincoln. Neb.
TODAY Convocation, Dr. Lees. "In
Sunny Sicily," illustrated.
APRIL 13 Rhodes Scholarship Exam
inationB. APRIL 14 Students' RociUU, Memorial
APRIL 16 & 17 Nebraska IndianH vs.
Nebraska, the Campus.
APRIL 21 & 22 Omaha League vs. Ne
braska, tho campus.
APRIL 22 Girls' Basketball, Minne
sota vfi. Nebraska, the Armory.
APRIL 22 Company 13 Hop, Fraterni
APRIL 23 Track Meet, Lincoln High
vs. Nebraska, F. & M. Park.
APRIL 28 Graduating Recital. Me
APRIL 2(J Interstate Debate. Kansas
vs. Nebraska, Memorial Hall.
APRIL 30 Ladled' Minstrel, Oliver
MAY 3 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY (5 Gleo Club Concoit, Oliver
MAY 10 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY 11 Convention Nebraska Photo
graphers' Aesolation, Art Hall.
MAY 12 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY 19 South Dakota, vs. Nebraska,
tho Campus or F. & M. Park
MAY 20 Interscholastic Field Day,
High School Fete Day, the Campus
or F. & M. Park.
MAY 21 Track Meet. Minnesota is.
Nebraska, the Campus or F. & M.
Regular rehearsal oi the GIei lub
tonight 7 sharp. Memorial hnl!
Tho Innocents will giu- a smoker
Mr. Dlackman, who now lieh at
Poncn, Neb., has purchased borne prop
erty in Lincoln, and will move to the
city in n few weeks.
Prof. E. H. Harbour left Sunday for
St. Louis, where he will have charge
of the Nebraska educational exhibit
at tho exposition.
Miss Ethel Caldwell, "Of), loll last
night for Denver to enter St. Luke's
hospital for a three years' course for
the profession of trained nurse
Mr A. E. Sheldon of the Univeibitj.
lcaes today for St. Paul, Neb , where
he will deliver a lecture with histori
cal views of Nebraska to the Howard
County Historical society
Mr. Hlackman, the State Historic ai
Society's archaeologist, took two photo
graphs of Qulvera tomahawks for illus
tration in the forthcoming archaeolog
ical leport. They were found at Blue
SprlngB by Waller Rice, who ha fitted
handles for them after the manner of
A few conservatory girls entertained
their gentleman friends at the con
servatory Saturday night with a very
pleasant party. The parlon? were
made attractivo with appropriate dec
orations. Danclng.cardsi and tllnch
furnished entertainment for the even
ing. Light refreshments were served
at a late hour and those present report
a delightful time.
lunch counter for
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. i3tb.
Sam's Cafe. Tho only place" in the
Mty to get the famous- "Little Qem
Hot Waffles." Special service for 1
Earl J. Woodward, M. D., treats dla
eases of tho eye. car and throat.
Rooms 207-08 Richards block, 'Phone
The University of Chicago
Each school has a special Circular of Information which will be wmt on request.
The Courscn in Mcdicina are fciven in connection with tho work of RU8II MEDICAL
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
SUMMER QUARTER Chicago, Illinois.
June 18 September i
Waterman Fountain Pen
$2.00 to $5.00
1200 O Street. RECTORS
R. S. YOUNG BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
COAL, ASH GROVE LIME, KALLOLITE KEENE'S
BEST CEMENT, HADDWALL PLASTER, SAND, WHITE UME.
Cement, Pressed BricK, Fire BricK, Fire Clay, Stone and
Office 1842 O St., Telepbone 700. Tarda 10th & Q. Tolophone 720
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Sold only by Harley Drug Co., u h aid O Street
Many Miles Shortest
to St. Louis.
The only line with its own Station at the main en- A
trance of the World's Fair Grounds. Many special Q
rates during the Exposition. All agents can sell via the ' i
HARRY E. MOORES,
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G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb. ?
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