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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1904)
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135 SOUTH llth STREET
Stclnway & Sons
Schmoller & Mueller
Stcger & Sons
C Vose & Sons
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly-payments
TODAY Convocation, MIhs Puffer.
MAY G Qleo Club Concert, Oliver
MAY 7 Academy Faculty and Student
Reception at Principal's Home, 700
No. lGth St.
MAY 10 -Company H Hnnquct. I.lndell
MAY 10 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY 11 Convention Nebraska Photo
graphers' Association. Art Hall.
MAY 12 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY 12 Freshman Party, Walsh Hall.
MAY 10 & 20 Interstate Tennis, Min
nesota vs. Nebraska, the Campus.
MAY 19 South Dakota vs. Nebraska,
the Campus or F. & M. Pajk.
MAY 20 Pan-Hel Dance, Tho Auditorium.
MAY 20 Competitive Drill Day.
MAY 20 Interscholastlc Field Day,
High School Fete Day, F. & M. Park.
MAY 21 Track Meet. Minnesota vs.
Nebraska. F. & M. Park.
MAY 21 Cadet Encampment Begins.
JUNE 4 Annual Concert, School of
Music, Memorial Hall.
JUNfi !) Thirty-third Annual Commencement.
Are You Going
N. E. A.
Xfayer before has the N. B. A,
arranged .its mooting with suoh
wonderful opportunities for the
Teaohor, Instruotor or Prof ossor.
The route via tho Burlington
will be the farorite one, as it has
0. W. Bonnell
Oltj Pasttnger Agtat
. H Searle leaves today for North
Platte, vhi re he will occupy the posi
tion of assistant foreman of the state
farm at that place.
A new cattle dipping phut has been
put into operation at the University
farm It differs from ordinary ar
luugement in that the (at tie are placed
in a tage and gradually .submerged in
the disinfecting soltuion
The forestry boys who vt nt to the
forest reserve in central Nebraska write
that while they are having a chilly
time some nights they make up for it In
the loads of fun they have in the daytime.
The students in general botany lic
reached the (lowering plants, and are
now getting at the structure and man
ner of growth of the little plant known
as Myosurus. It is one ot the very
lowest types of flowering plants.
The English club will meet Saturday
evening, April 7. with .Miss Streeter
and Miss Stctter at 1227 C street. Miss
Constancer. Mr. Rice and Miss Mrchall
are on the program, Criticisms will hi
led by Mr Hrown. Miss Hopkins and
Professor Smith has an article in
the current number ot the Journal
of Pedagogy on "The Evolution and
Present Status of the Beginner's Latin
Hook." It iilso contains a review on
Dr. l.uckey's book, on "The Training
of Secondary Teacheis."
Mr S. " Dawson, who graduated
from the School of Agriculture this
spiing. left recently for Broken Bow.
where' he has been given the manage
ment of the ipgisttred herd of Short
horn cattle, owner by Dr. J. (5. Creni
yer of that place.
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mfg Co.
Interior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
tares, Water Tanks.
Mr. Dickinson, who has been en
gaged in his father's bank near Liver
pool. England, has come to the Unl
ersity farm where he hopes to get
practical information concerning the
woik of a farm. Te hopes to be able
to enter the Nebraska School of Agrl
i uliure next year.
The Union debateis, will go out to
Wrsleyan Friday evening. May 0. to
di.-cuss the, following question: "It"
fohfd. That the South is justified in
disfwuuhising the Negro." The Unions
will hae the afllrmatlve on the ques
tion, and will be represented by Win
Whelen. W. V MiMek and J. M. Paul
Sold Only by Harley Drug Co., llth and O Street.
LOST A bunch of keys, tjed with a
red libbon. on R street. Finder please
Lae at the executive olnce.
Please help the poor. Buy your
cigars aifd tobacco of Frank DuTeil,
1020 O St.
lunch countor fos
NEW TRIAN LEAVES
Lincoln at 4:30 p. m. arriving at St.
Louis next morning-. Leaves St.
Louis at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Lin
coln at 12:15 hocmi.
Through Pullman -Sleeper from
Lincoln and electric lighted coaches.
Three trains daily between Lin
coln and St. Louis.
Through connections made at St.
Louis tor all points east.
World's Fair Rates are now in
effect and are very low. Don't be
afraid to ask questions.
F. D. Cornell, P. & T. A.
City Tickot office S. W. Cor. 12th and O. Sta.
Deiot Cor. Uth and S.
J - B J-:-J '
-5 We'll take ijou atuay
'" from your custom tai
lor if you'll take time
to try one of our "Kensington" Spring Suits, We
can gioe you a perfect fit--the only essence, of
style--the finest and handsomest materials--Be-sides
toe can saoc you a good many dollars. Just
try one of our $18 blue blackor fancy suits--if
not all toe claim we'll bujjjt back. .Don't forget iF
there's no suit like the "Kensington" They. Fit.
MAGEE & DEEMER
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