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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1904)
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135 SOUTH llth STREET
Steinway & Sons
Schmoller & Mueller
Stcger & Sons
Vose & Sons
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly
Are You Going
N. E. A.
Noyer bfar has th N. B. A.
arranged its meeting with noh
wonderful opportunities for th
Teoher, Inatrnotor or Profotoor.
The rouMTrU the Burliagtoa
vrill bo the fftTorite one. as it ha
0. W. Bonnill
Cltj raungr Aim
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mf'g Co.
Interior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
tures, Water Tanks.
TODAY Convocation, speeches ci
TODAY Convention Nebraska Pho
tographers' association, Art hall.
TONIGHT Company B Banquet, I ln
MAY 12 Baseball. Crelghton vs. Ne
braska, the Campus or V. & M Park.
MAY 12 Recital, Memorial Mall.
MAY 12 Freshman Party, Walsh Hall.
SA 17 "Mr. Tompkins' Hired Man,"
by the Dramatic club, Memorial hall.
MAY lT-Basrball. Highland Park vs.
Nebraska, the Campus or F. & M.
MAY 11) & 20 Interstate Tennis, Min
nesota s. Nebraska, the Campus.
MAY 19 South Dakota vb. Nebraska,
the Campua or F. & M. Park.
MAY 20 Pan-Hel Dance, Tho Audi
torium. MAY 20 -Competitive Drill Day.
MAY 20 Interscholastlc Field Day,
High School Fete Day, F. fc M. Park.
MAY 21 Band concert. Memorial hall
VTAY 21 Track Meet, Minnesota vs.
Nobraaka, F. & M. jPark.
MAY 21 Cadet Encampment Begins.
JUNE 4 Annual Concert, School of
Music, Memorial Hall.
JUNE 9 Thirty-third Annual Com
mencement. Campus Qleamngs.
Company B will hae a rTptl in
Miss Ha.el Butler, of Denxer. Colo,
is islting Margie Richards, at her
home. :'.!." No. 1 1th St.
The I'ri.slimcn now claim the iitorj
oir tlu Fophomores in every game
and i onti .it of the year
Mr. Blackman Is moing from Boca
to the houi-'t he recently purchased in
noilheai-t I iixoln on Douglas Mrect.
The lat regnlai meting of the Ped
agogical club will he held today at 7:30
p. m. In II. 212. Superintendent
Stephens oi the city schools will give
the address of the evening.
.1 C. Stevens wrnt to Omaha Tuc:
da, n turning the same day.
C. V. Engle, 'Oil. iiil engineei Ing.
was- in town Monday Mr. Engle is em
ployed in the Northwestern ollices at
Accoiding to telegraphic reports re
ceived from gauging stations on the
Matte the liver, is now nearly as
high as at any time last year. Mr
Stevens expects to measure the dis
Mr. I.. W. Chase has just completed
the remodeling of an Otto enginefor
Stevens Bros., of this city. The engine
was one of the oldest in use in this
country, yet with tho addition of a few
castings the engine was modernized
and made to give many times its for
mer horse power. '
The regular meeting of the Engineer
ing society will he held Thursday even
ing instead of Wednesday. This is
done in order that the board of editors
ot the annual "Nebraska Engineering."
may be able to make their report.- Mr
R E. Noyes. who with Mr. C V. Bliss,
has been making a test of the Edison
storage cell for their thesis, will give
a short talk upon the new cell.
T.O.cT-.On athletic field, a silver watVh
fob. with Phi Cramma Delta pin and
initials "E. S." Reward if returned
to E. D. Stanley, or registrar's office.
LOST Ribbon watch fob. Fleur de
Lis buckle. Three lVs on back of
locket. Finder return to registrar's
ofllce or to Dale Drain and receive
How about your now spring shoes?
Drop into a pair of Sanderson's swell
$3.50 Oxfords. They aro beauties.
During J 904 several opporturrities: to go
back East at greatly reduced rates will be
offered by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
If you want to be kept posted regarding
low rates, dates of sale, stop-over privileges
and train service, advise me the probable
time and destination of your trip.
Through train service from any point
on the main line of the Union .Pacific Rail
road to Chicago every day. Folder free
F. A. NASH
Goneral Woetorn Agent
THE A. M. DAVIS (0.
111:2 O St.
Many Miles Shortest
to St. Louis.
The only line with its own Station at the main en
trance of the World's Fair Grounds. Many special
rates during the Exposition. All agents can sell via the
HARRY E. MOORES,
1524 Farnam Street,
G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
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