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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1905)
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Every loyal University Student I
Brffexl to putronlao tlieiio Nebratknn
Advertiser, nl to mention the
paper white doing so. : : i : t : :
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BAKERY Mrs. Petry.
BARBER SHOPS. The Aristo, Green's
Palaco and Mogul.
BICYCLES-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDL .0 Gillespie.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
BUSINESS COLLEGE Lincoln Busi
CANDIES Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo.-A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs Drug
CIGARS Fred A. Powell, Lindsay.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
CLOTHING-Armstrong, Magee &
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, White
DANCING HALL Fraternity Hall.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
DRUGGISTS Stelner. Woempener,
r Mnnn. Rp.ctor. Harley, Rlggs-
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, HerpoP
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A.
M. Davis, Hardy.
GROCERIES Keystone, N. H. Town,
Smith's Cash Grocery.
HAiiERDASHBRY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel, F.
JEWELER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flem
ing. LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
LIVERY Forbes Stables, Melleka.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, Hay
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P.. Pow
ell. PRINTING George Bros., Now Cen
tury. Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
fin & Greer.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Cam
eron, Good Health.
"ROLLER SKATING Auditorium.
SHAMPOOING The Famous.
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR ynlon Shining
8UITORIUM Weber, -
TAILORS Unland, Union College.
Tailors, Ludwig, Kadis & Marx.
WAITERS'- BUREAU W. D. Grant.
FREE COOKING LESSONS
In Demonstration Hall (over gas
company's office) Tuesday, 10:00 a. m.,
Wednesday, 3:00 p. m., Thursday, Fri
day, Saturday evenings, 8:00 p. m.,
Miss Gena Vawter. instructor.
Varsity vs. Omaha Y. M. C. A.,
Medical Society, Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Dr. F. S. Stein speaks to University
men a 3 p. m. In Memorial Hall.
Subject of second Junior theme must
be submitted to the Department of
Rhetoric, U 311.
'Varsity vs. Omaha League on the
Phi Beta Kappa elections announced
'Varsity vs. Omaha League on Cam
pus. APRIL C.
'Vaisity vs. Omaha League on Cam
pus. APRIL 7.
Omaha league vs. Chicago Nationals
'Varsity vs. Nebraska Indians on
Company B Hop at Fraternity hall.
'Varsity vs. Nebraska Indians on
Second Junior theme due nt 5 p. m.
In U 311.
The track men are urged to get out
for work this evening. The follow
ing plan has been arranged for train
Irg: Sprinters 4 to 4:15 p. m.
Hurdles 4:15 to 4:30.
Weights 4:30 to 4:45.
Distance Runs 4:45 to 5:00.
High Jump 5:00 to 5:15.
Broad Jump and Pole Vault 5:15 to
The editors of the forthcoming Sen
loi Book have announced a few of the
special Hteiary and artistic features
which are Incorporated in the publi
cation, and many new stunts are prom
ised. The usual background for the
photographs Is the work of Miss Hay
den, of the Art Department, and those
who have had any knowledge of pre
ioii8 class books will be glad to know
that the old frayed-out mottoes have
been omitted. The customary calendar
has been raised from Its former lowly
condition and has been made one of
the most prominent features of the
book. Each month Is separate, and Is
headed with a cartoon, all of them tho
work of Miles Greenleaf, of Omaha'
This artist is also responsible for a
number of other cartoons, several of
which occupy a full page. Another
cartoonist who has contributed to the
excellence of the publication is George
Shidleivwho amply sustains the repu
tutlon his work has earned him dur
ing the past few years. These two
alone have produced more cartoons
than have appealed In any class book
before, and this one feature insures .n
The Illustrations are tho work of
nearly every artist In the University,
and the quality and number place the
artistic value of the annual beyond
LOST Watch fob with Initial "T."
engraved on the bottom. Finder
please return to the Nebraskan office.
Fresh home-made candies at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
Twenty-one meals for $3, JQormitory
Greene's ) Palace, 109 N. 11th -Street.
Shops Mogul. 1144 O Street.
For Sale Oftly at Harley's Drug Store, 11th and O.
Every day from March 1st to May
15th, 1005, inclusive, tho Union Pacific
will sell one-way tickets from Ml scour 1
River Territories (Council Bluffs to
Kansas City, inclusive) as follows:
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lako City.
$20.00 to Helena and Butto, Montana.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wonatchco,
$22.50 to Huntington and Nampa,
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
$25.00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Oro-
gon, via Portland.
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to many
other California, Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah, and Idaho points.
Through Tourist cars run every day
on Union Pacific between Missouri
River and Pacific CoaBt; double berth
$5.75. For full information call on or
address, E. B. Slosson.
Lincoln Local Express, 1030 N street
Summer School In Mechanic Arts
ITATS COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY
Elective count! ire provided In (II subject tautht In
mechanical ind electrical enclneerlnc schools. Special
attention Is tlren to ihop couriei, mechanical drawing
and design, mathematics, mechanics ol enclneerlnc.
theoretical electrical subjects, laboratory courses in steam
and electrical enclneerlnc. Ten weeks, beginning June
8th. F. Paul Anderson, Dean. For detailed Informa
tion relative to any special line of work, addreta
JOHN T. FAIQ, Registrar, Lcxlnston, K
Visiting and Address Ct rds
Programs, Invito Ions Mid
Correspond) ncc Stationery
We also manufacture Advertising
Buttons and Mirrors.
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EVERY SUCCESS HAS ITS OWH COAL
have been very iwccmfel la
catering to wcddlnga and parties
where something EXTRA FINE
la wanted. Why can't we htrokls
you with your Groceries for ail
ia i South 13th Street
Gbe fraternity ftuilbino
Corner I8U1 n& X IIwm
Vaulkaer A Sharp, Frope.
Iftrftl RatM for Fratsrnlty Vtacm.
Triteftww Automatic J74, BH 97
Rulafenca, AutawuUc 1017, Wl flF
NOTICE TO STUDENTS
"WHEN LEAVING THE CITY 8BLL
YOUR HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS TO
W. C Van Andel
Th Caeih Buyer
laa SOUTH lOTII. Ante Phene 1S81
Tbla notice will not appear again.
Auto 1292 Bell 147
8OUKUP & WOOD
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
1320 N Street
I Protected by Block Signals
Tho first railway in America to adopt tho absolute
Block System in the- ope rati on of all trains was the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
It today has moro miles of road operated under
bldck signal rule than any other railway companyT
Tho St Paul Road was tho first railway to light
its trains by electricity, and it now has moro than
400 electric-lighted passenger enrs in daily service.
Throe trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, every day.
For time table, special rate write
F. A. NASH,
General Western, Agent, 1524 Knrnnnj Street,
OMAHA,, XKU. . ,
OIQ RR LOUISIANA, TEXAS, ETC. OIQ QG
0llJ,OJ AND RETURN. JlO'OJL
. The Missouri Pacific will sell ticket on February 7th,
21st and March 7th and 21st to- many points In-Loulelana,
Texas, Arkansas and return-at $18.85,oodfor 21- days.
This very low rate includes Galveston, San Antonio, Pert
Arthur, and is much less than one way fare. The Missouri
Pacific has two daily trains from Lincoln to Kansas City and
St. Louis and all points south, with electric lighted coaches
and the best of everything.
CITY "UCKET OFFICE
. W. Corner 12th &nd O Streets
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
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