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THE DAILY NEBRASKA.
Albiiiiy, New YorU
Makers of the
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Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and
Univoruitics. Illustrated Manual,
sample priocs, oto. , on roquout.
Gowns for the pulpit and bench.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
KA 1 to
Every day during the months of
March and April, 1002, the UNION
PACIFIC will sell Coloolits one-way
tickets at the following rates:
20 OO To Otfden and Salt Lake City.
$20 OO To Uutto.Anadonda and IJel
BBa. $22 50 To Spokane.
S22 CO To Points on Great Northern
y., Spokane to Wenatchee inc., via
Huntington and Spokane.
$25 OO To Points on Great Northern
Ky., wost of Wenatohee, via Hunting
ton and Spokane.
$25 OO To Portland, Tacoma and
$25 OO To Ashland, Ore., and inter
mediate Points.inoludlng Branch Lines
prx S. P. Co. south of Portland via Port
land. $85 OO To San Francisco, Loa An
g eles and other California Points.
Full Information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSEN.
Cheap Rates to
Commencing March lBt and con
tinuing daily until April 80tlf
the Burlington will sell ono way
settlors tloketo to the above
points at greatly reduced lates
Call and get ull information.
City Office Oor 10th & O St.,
Speakers and subjects this week are
Thursday, II. 11. Wilson, "Compul
sory International Arbitration."
Friday, I L. Gelsthardt, "Public
The Easter recess will begin at 8
a. in. Friday, Marc.i 28, and will end
i?t G p. m , Monday, March 31.
COMPANY 13 HOP.
Company H of uie battalion will
give its annual hop at Walsh hall next
Dr. H. II. Everest will address the
pre-medlcal society Thursday evening,
March 13, at 8 p. m., in room 301, Me
chanic Arts hall. All interested are in
vited to attend.
Baseball men are requested to report
in two squads. The following men will
report at 3:30 daily, the balance at 1:30
p. in.: Doane, Gaines, Townsend, Ben
der, Rhodes, Raymond, Hood and De
Put ion. Per Order.
Pershing Rules will meet for drill
Thursday at 7 p. m. Every man is ex
pected to be present.
There will be a meeting of the clajs
Thursday morning at 10 n .m. in uni
versity hall. E. F. DAVIS,
Forecast for Lincoln and vicinity:
Thursday fair, with moderate tempera
ture. Weather report for twenty-four
hours ending 7 p. in., Wednesday:
Highest temperature, 57 degrees, oc
curring at 4:45 p. m. Lowest tempera
ture, 39 degrees, occurring at 7:30 a. m.
Mean temperature, 48 degrees, which Is
12 degrees above the normal.
G. A. IjOVELAND,
AN OLD RELIC.
A. E. Sheldon returned yesterday
from a trip to Niobrara, where he went
for the historical society. He brought
back with him various photographs of
historical scenes around Niobrara,
which is a country particularly rich In
historical relics. He also procured for
the Nebraska historical exhibit at the
St. Louis exposition an eight-pound
cannon winch was abandoned by H. G.
Harney in 1M0, and was subsequently
used at the Ponca Indian agency in
fighting the Sioux Indians. It is now
the property of William La Mont, the
oldest stater at Niobrara. Mr. bhel
don also brought back numerous In
dian relics and photographs taken by
himself of the junction of the Nio
brara and Missouri rivers, where the
Lewis and Clark expedition landed in
W. J. BRYAN
ez r - ON-
4 4'Tpumble Weeds" is a collection of original poems
by Will Reed Dunroy, the author or "Corn
Tassels." While some of these poems have special
reference to western life, most of them are upon
themes as broad as humanity, and they give evi
dence of an unusual degree of poetic talent in the
author. W. J. Bryan, in the Commoner.
At all good bookstores or of the University Publishing
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska, $1.00, postage prepaid.
HOD BUILDING, 17th AND
Sectional View of Actual Business and
Endorsed by high school principals, leading business men and official court
reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly equipped
institution in the West; $4,000 Invested In standard typewriters; $3,500
banking and other fixtures placed in actual business department. Elegant
roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has been
leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 90 PER
CENT of last year's enrollment Students may enter any time. Address
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K.eES.,t OMAHA. NEB '
JohnB. Wright, Pres., J. n. Westcott,
1st Vice President, J. Samuels, 2d
Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
W. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. . ,
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