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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1904)
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Gfoe 5atlg tflebras&an
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For fir3t-class Tailoring
College Si u dents' Tailors
Telephone J209 o
Ti If ft DC South Entrance
STUDENT PROPERTY left Jn the
livery can only be recovorcd altof It
has beon collected by the pages, upon
payment of 10 cents. Property be
longing to W. J. Woods, Ena Braeh.
Ford Bs- Barber, Roy A. Carponter,
Ada Oakley. Mary Roddy. Faith Hoel.
.TpshIc Monitor. Grace Roper and
1 Blanche Johnson Is at this office and
' jnay be had upon payment, fqr this
notice. "THir lihkariaw.
JUNIORS meet tomorrow at chapel
time, in Memorial hall. .
W. "H. SMITH. President.
jfor. J. J. Davis
$fxtcfi and Eyegtmun FlHed to Relieve
Headaches and Eye Strain.
-222 O Street Auto Phone 302 , RctUencc 2818
jCfr dome Cafe
Regular Board $3.50
Wc Sell - -
Dollars for Nickels
TEED H. POWELL "l!15:
135 NORTH I3th STREET
L. . .
the Ideal -KER
Drhk, UlllldlUb dim rnn
TEN NEW TABLES
1028 O Street LINCOLN, NEB.
Qcan. Tobacco and
BAND WILL ORGANIZE.
Officers May be Chosen at the
Meeting This Evening.
A meeting of the Cadet Band will
probably be held this evening for the
purpose of effecting an organization.
President L. J. Pepperberg Bays that
prospects for a good band this year
aro excellent, as there will be ovdr
forty-five candidates to choose from
at once. A number of last year's bet
justclaiareokbackB year, turn
over, among the absentees oeing Mr.
C. B. Cornell, chief musician last year,
who Is at present towering with' a
concert company; C. R. Benny, solo
(ornetiet. who Is studying dentistry In
Kansas City, and Heilman. the snare
drum man. For this reason It Is de
sired to organize as soon as possible.
We are requested to all attend to
a by-law passed at the last meeting of
the band, to the effect that any organ
ization 'desiring the band's services
must notify the business manager pr
tho chief musician at least three days
ln,advance. -.Lack of. such a-vruleVas
this caused much confusion last year.
1 17 North Elevenths?.
Short time Loans
We Loan Money to You.
SHE US '
PEOPLE'S LOAN AHB TRUST CO.
Room 107, Ground Floor Fraternity Building
J. R. BURLEIGH, Manager
Charles B. Gregory
WILL GO TO ST. LOUIS.
Nebraska Athletes Will Enter the
It is probable that Nebraska will be
represented In the races of the olym
pian games at St. Louis this fall. Dr.
Clapp has decided to organize a toam
for this purpose. If possible, and
worlc may begin next week.
It Is tho Intention of Dr. Clapp to
enter the team for th--8-mlle cross
count! y run. Tho first mile of this
inro Is to be run on tho stadium track.
the next six miles cross country, and
the final mile on tho Btadium track
again. Five mon will compose the
team perhapB the following: States.
HnveiiB, Smith, Heath and Winches
tor. The team 'may also be sent to Chi
cago to compete In the western Inter
tolleglate cross-country championship
meet during November. In which all
the prominent western teams will be
. .ard 329IV.
NO. 1044 O STREET
DRUG CO. Wholesale and Retail
t - DRUGGISTS
Automatic Phoae 1707 l 46 O Street
The Y. M. C. A. has opened up this
year In full force and is preparing to
do a bjg year's work. Good work has
already beon done in securing posi
tions for students. Jobs amounting to
$4,943.G0 havipg beon given out up to
September 277 Tho membership of 285
last year has had 40 new members
added tq It bo far this yeai4. "Five hun
dred student hand books have been
distributed among faculty and stu
dents. Eight Bible -classes aro starting up
and much good Is expected to be done
in this work.
ROSS ELECTRIC CO.
Electric Supplies, Window Lighting, Electric Signs,
2as. Electric and .Combination Fix'urci, Dynamos
JwiMoto--- House and Store Wiring
' All -ads ol Elevator Repairs LINCOLN, NEB
flRS. ROY W RHONE
Mandolin and Guitar Instructor
Studio Ijja J SCUacoli
Formerly instructor in University School ol Music
,mI Wealeyan University. For further information
, caU at studio, octla tup to Phone 133a
Cadet uniforms we are furnishing
the same high grade cloth In them
as In former years it does not pay
to uso the cheR cloth. Ask students
of past years' about the things we fur-
Lnlsh eadots. Palne's Clothing Store.
Candles, Baked Goods and Ice Cream
at Maxwell's, 13th and N
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Go o.B. L. . Palne's for . the new
The' No-Meat Place. Good -Health
The A. M. Davis Cbi
Give Us a Call At
buys a Steel Umbrella Rack
-" Irv-fa'ct Every--
thing for the
Home. ' i
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Tho P.n-fln Wank Yniir Trario
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Will the lowest prices consistent with standard .goods ,brlng it? If ii
so. you will trade at the Co-op. We have during this -week 'a it
lntcrn tmrta rit oAiirtnniia nnrl avnnplnnnoH rlfirl-o - wn(f nnnn Varvt "3
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If you got it at Armstrong's. It's
Do you not need,
SWAN. PARKER it
HAS THE REPUTATION of supplying the best goods at the best
prices. Ask the older Btudents.
WANTS TO SELL YOU A FOUNTAIN PEN
one? We carry tho WATERMAN IDEAL.
LUCKY CURVE. CENTURY.
. ucsi ?i.uo i'ens.
t 'THE CO-OP
Wants to sell you a set of DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
aUPi'LJb.a. we nave a large ana varied assortment and can. n
Biirely please you. it
THE CO-OP j
Will fit you out with all kinds of laboratory supplies. BOTANY it
AND ZOOLOGY DISSECTING SETS, note books. labels, Blldo boxes
and trays, etc., etc.
THE CO-OP -- . M
Has tho largest stock of SECOND HAND UNIVERSITY TEXT
BOOKS In Lincoln. We have every book you need either new
Has a big line of PENNANTS, UNIVERSITY PINS, STATIONERY,
souvenir postals, etc., etc.
We cannot tell you about everything wo have for tho student.
Come in and look at our goods.
We cuarantee all our eoods. If rloferMvo nr itnRnHarnrtm-v it
want you to return them.
REMEMBER THE I SIGN OF THE CO-OP.
0 wife and Managed by
University Students -
3J8 NORTH ELEVENTH;STREET
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FranK E. Lahr
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. STOVES etc
J Meals or Lunch. Good Health Cafe.
TNVITES the attcn-
1 tion of all students g
to his line of Gait- '
'and all .ifem r,..l.A v O
by them In the StoVe o
and Hardware line: ' -, o(
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