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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1904)
Cbe Ptlt Hcbraeftan
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mfg Co.
Interior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
tures, Water Tanks.
The Ivy Press
Our stock offers large
variety- of the most ap
propriate articles for
Prices positively the"
lowest for same quality.
139 So. 13th St.
JV. G. lAOLFF,
139 So 13th.
We wish nil our students friends to
know that 'the
Best Ice Cream
Franklin Ice Cream
and Daily Co.
188BO. 13th St.
Phono. F 201
Programs, Invitations and
1186 0 Street.
31 ltfsl f J3J
I TURBINE I
QUARTER EACH, QUARTER SIZES.
1 iictt Drinnnv A. P.rv P.
J MAKIRS Of CLUCTT AND MOHAUCH BHUTTO
Y W C A Notes
Home Missions was the topic of the
union association meeting yesterday.
Rev Ball of tne Grace Lutheran church
in his interesting addresB presented
some of the factors which make up
that great and most nohle work; these
Were most piominent in the great flood
of emigrants and the congestion of peo
ple in- the large citlrs Culture and
education inn not lift three people, for
in the past fifteen years during which
education has advanced rapidly, crime
lias kept pace and nothing but the
blood of Jesus can raise them up.
Special music by Mr. Cornell and
MIsb Albion added to the Interest Af
ter the meeting over fifty people met
In the Y W room for a social song
Miss Moore, at the noon meeting.
Mond jy. read selections from 1 1 Illis
"How the Inner Light Failed," which
port rajs so clearly how with disuse
any part ot the body, whether limb or
mind, becomes useless and gives as an
example the woid of Darwin, who bur
ied In scientific research, lost all de
fclre for art. poetry and religion, which
once occupied so great a place in his
The May Morning Hieakfast, May
11. Is a sure thing. .
The social committee is hard at worll
planning a four-course breakfast, table
decorations, and advei tising.
Savo your appetites and tell jou
boarding house ladles not to serve
Jireakfast on on Saturday. May 14.
Come to the dining room In St. Paul's
church to eat under University colofs.
and be served by University girls , 7
K 9 a m., May 14.
Juniors at Convocation
The following Junior program will
be rendered at convocation this morn
ing: Devotional exercises. Fred Hunter
Vocal Solo, Miss I ansing
Reading. Charles Sawyer.
Piano Solo. Miss McEaclnon.
Trombone Solo, Clare Cornell.
Vocal Solo. Miss McCune
Mrs. W J. Bryan speaks tomorrow
on. "The Present British Policy in
About half of the class have palo
the ?2 Senior play assessment. Will
not the other half please pay by May
10th. After that only those holding re
ceipts may order and secure invita
tions. Please remember this time
limit. By order ot the President,
MABEL II. STEPHEN.
The $,tudentr. in plant pathology have
1 ( gun wiiting up their final reports
and papers. The first topic- was as
signed on Wednesday, and the papers
arc to be hi ought in next Wednesday,
when another topic- wil be assigned,
and so the work will go on until the
end of the semester The best papers
are to be published.
Professor Bessey is distributing a
short paper on "The Agriculture of the
Caucasus- Mountains," which recently
appeared In the proceedings of the So
ciety for the Promotion of Agricultural
Science. The paper was read in the
meeting of the society in St. Louis last
LOST In basement of library build
ing, a gold necktie pin with a small
pearl set. (Finder please return same
to the registrar's office or to J. C.
LOST An Omaha High School pjn.
1903, shape of shield, blue enamel
and pearl. Finder please return to
Sam's Cafe. The only place In the
city to get the famous "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special sorvlco tar la
The Whitebreast Co., at HOC 0 SL,
i$ the place to buy coal.
I.euilng's, ice cream ana candy: lltB
and L St?
Chapln Bros.. Floruits. 127 So. i3tl.
Earl J. Woodward. M. D., treats dia
eases of the eye. ear .and throat I
.....m. m-i .1- 1.1 1- cm.....
Kooms ZUY-Utt xucuuruu uiuu&, ruuuo
THE P. D.
Carry all the best grades of domestic coals, among which will
find the Rex Lump at $7.25. Rock Spring, Wyoming Lump at
$8.00, and the best Maitland you ever saw at $7.50. All kinds
of steam coal, the best money can buy. j j j i j
Office 1140 O. Phone 329.
Waterman Fountain Pen
$2.00 to $5.00
1200 O Street. RECTORS
THE celebrated Hanar?.,
Walk-Over and W. L.
Douglas makes for men.
Hanan and Sorosis Shoeu
for women. Swedish
Gymnasium Shoe. Noni:
genuine unless stamped
ROGERS & PERKINS
Successors to Webster & Rogc.-s
mid Porkina and Sheldon Co. 1 1."$
Boxes for Rent
In our fire and burg
lar proof vaults for
the safe keeping of
money, notes and vafc
uable papers 75
cents pays for threer-
m o n t hs . . --larger
sizes in proportion.
i Lincoln Safe Deposit &
126 No. llth, Lincoln, Nob.
R. H. GILLESPIE
1524 O Street, j Lincoln
FHONB J 140
Yard 6 and N. Phone 376
PHONOGRAPH - HOUSE
For High Grade
Call or Telephone,
231 So. UtbSLPhene 11232.
Special Attention Given to
Up-to-Dntc Soda Fountain '
and MagazincH. . .
ITS North llth Street.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
newly papered, everything up-to-date,
B. P. POWELL, 146 N lltb St. Phone LM4
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