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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1905)
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BAIOY Mr. Ptry.
BARBJph RHOPS.The Aristo, Green's
Palace and Mogul.
BICYCLSS-ATHLETIC GOODS Si
BOOICSrSTATIONBRY -- Co-op, Lin
coln ftook Store, tjnl. Wok Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BANJC8 Columbia National, First Na
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BOOKDlNDIi .0 Gillespie.
BOlfLIrlG ALLEY Crescent
BUftIr88 COLLEGE Lincoln Busi
CANtolEB Woodward Candy Co.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Riggs' Drug)
010, ARS Fred A. Powell. Lindsay.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
SOfcfeup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Magee &
COArdregory, P. D, Smith, White
DANCING HALLFrateraity Hall.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitta.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
nniTfiriTRTS Stelner. Woompener,
BYoSVn; faahn, Rector. Harloy, RlggaJ
DRY GOODS Miller fevPaine, Herpoi-
trie Co. ,
EXPRESS Lincoln LocaJ, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chaplit Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenel, A.
M. Davis, Hardy.
GROCERIES Keystone, N. H. Town,
Smith's Cash Qrocery. t
HAHERDASHHRY ?2.B0 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel, F.
,. JEWELER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flem
ing. LAUNDRIES Yule BroB.
LlVERY Forbes Stables, Mcllcks.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend, Hay
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow-
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, Grif
fin & Greor.
RESTAURANTS Westerfield, Cam
eron, Good Health.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium.
SHAMPOOING The Famous.
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
Blue Front Shop.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig; Kadis & Marx.
WAITERS BUREAU W. D. Grant.
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MAjgr Wr v.
For Sale Only at Harley's
Organ recital at Convocation.
Gymnastic exhibition in the Armory.
Medical Society, M 301.
Mawkeyo Club meets with Profes
sor and Mrs. Chatburn, .2850 P street
Omaha League vs. Chicago Nationals
New Y. M. C A. cabinet, 8 p. m.
Miss Paddock speaks to University
students in Memorial Hall.
Iowa debate, Memorial Hall.
'Varsity vs. Nebraska IndlanB on
Company B Hop at Fraternity hall.
'Varsity vs. Nebraska Indians on
.Second 4unlor themo due at 5 p. ra.
in U 311. r
Washington debate. Meomrlal Hall.
Professor and Mrs. Chatburn co
dially invite all Iowa stddonts to meo'
with the Hawkeyo .Club at their home,
28G0 P street, Friday evening. '
If you want to see the swellost $3.50
and WK).Tan low shoes you evor $9fr
stop In at Sanderaoh's. .Thoy are -beauties.
Men's Meeting Sunday," -3-fOO p. m.,
Art Hall; Musical, pfcogram.
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The Lincoln Academy baseball team
plays the Cotner University nine to
day, at 3 p. m.
The Medical Society of the Univer
sity of Nebtaska'meets today in M 30L
Dr. Orr will speak on "Why 1 Am a
Physician1;" Every one 1r invLted to
attend' the meetings of the Club.
The Freshman' class meeting held
in 'Memorial Hall yesterday morning
as aB uiet as a September morn.
Although threats had been made that
the meeting would' be broken up, only
one Soph appeared and ho only came
to thj'bottoru of -the steps. The class
pnity committee reported' that It was
impossible to obtain jft-aternl Hall
and that the party would be given
In Walsh Hall at 1.25 per. The date
was set for "May 5, and a good- tlmo Is
assured by the committee.
Miss Paddock Sunday.
The meetlhg at 9 o'clock, Snnda
morning In Memorial Hall of
fers an unusual opportunity to Uni
versity students to become acquainted
with conditions In other Institutions
and other countries. Miss Paddock
who addresses this meeting Is a trav
eling secretary of the Student Volun
teer Movement and Is especially qual
ified to give a true Idea of the condi
tions jnd needs of other places.
No Christian student can afford to
be Ignorant of his possibilities as a
lepresentatlve of Christ In countries
where Christianity Is Just being In
tioduced. The needs in such a field
are so great that often a Christian
life will count for more there than
could possibly count for here. The
meeting Sunday morning will be a real
help to any ono Interested in making
hi.- life count for the most possible.
Acquaintance with the possibilities of
different fields is what a Christian
man needs and that is what Miss Pad
dock will try to give.
Fresh home-made candles at Maxr
well'S, 142C U St. and 13th and N Sts.
Lincoln Locr,l Express, 1039 N street
Drug Store, 11th and O.
Grand Easter Opening
Friday Evening and Saturday
April 7 and 8th.
.You are cordially invited to
attend. A delightful rose given
to every lady Visitor
OIQ RR LOUISIANA, TEXAS, ETC. 010 M
0I0,0J AINDR6TURN. 0l0,0J
The Missouri Pacific will sell tickets on February 7th,
21st and March 7th and 21st to many points In Louisiana,
Texas, Arkansas and return at $18.85, good for 21 days.
This very low rate includes Qalveston, San Antonlrt, Port
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 Hghtetf coaches
and the best of everything.
CITY "TICKET OFFICE
S. W. Comer I2lh nd 0 Sireeh
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
The iirst railway in America to -adopt the absolute
BlockjJvBtem in tho operation of all trains was the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
It to-day has more miles of road operated under
block signal rulo than any other railway company.
Tho St. Paul Rood was the first railway to light
its trains by electricity, and it now has more than
400 electric-lighted passenger cars in daily service.
Three trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, every day.
For timo table, special rate write
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent, 1524 Farnim Mtreet,
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