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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1902)
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THE U. OF N. CO-ED.
Portrait and Landscape
alUry EitabliahM 129 So. 11th 81.
1171 Lincoln, Neb.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
Every day during the months of
larota and April, 1002, the UNION
PACIFIC will bcII Coloolets one-way
tickets at the following rates:
Ml SOURI RIVER
20 00 To Ogdon and Salt Lake City.
$20 00 To Butte, Anadonda and Hel
ena. $22 50 To Spokane.
S22 50 To Points on Great Northern
y., Spokane to Wenatcheo inc via
Huntington and Spokane.
25 OO To Points on Great Northern
y., west of Wenatcheo, via Hunting
ton and Spokane.
S25 00 To Portland, Tacoma and
$25 00 To Ashland, Oro., and inter
linediate Points, including Branch Lines
,on 8. P. Co. south of Portland via Tort
land. $25 00 To San Francisco, Lo An
goles and other California Points.
1 Full Information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSEN.
Tickets on sale:
April 21st to 27th,
May 27th to June 8th,
August 2nd to 8th.
Liberal stopovers and limits.
Call andget full informa
tion. Uity umce uor lotn & u an..
Speakers and subjects UiIb week are
Friday, F. L. Geisthardt, "Public
The Easter recess will begin at 8
a. in. Friday, Marc.i 28, and will end
at G p. m., Monday, March 31.
Baseball men are requested to report
In two squads. The following men will
report at 3:30 daily, the balance at 1:30
p. m.: Doane, Gaines, Townsend, Ben
der, Rhodes, Raymond, Hood and De
Putron. Per Order.
All students interested In the anti
saloon movement in our city are re
quested to meet in the old chapel Sat
urday at 2 p. m. Good speaking.
The Graduate club will meet with
Dr. Lees. 1801 C street, Friday evening.
March 21. DR. T. L. BOLTON.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH.
Prof. H. W. Caldwell will speak at
the Chapln union of All Souls' church
next Sunday evening at (:4.r. His sub
ject Is "Idealism." At 8 o'clock Mr.
Marsh will give the llrst of a series of
"Talks Upon Unitarian Beliefs," the
following being the series as arranged:
March 1G. "Scripture Proofs for Uni
March 23. "Unitarian Beliefs About
March 30. "Unitarian Beliefs About
April , "Atonement and Salvation."
April 13. "If Unltaiianlsm Be True.
Why Preach It?"
These talks will be of particular in
terest to those who do not attend the
church regularly and have been planned
with special reference to the point of
view of those who would like to know
more about the Unitarian faith. The
series will be of special interest to
Size of California."
California is the second largest state
in the Union in size, and is an empire
In itself, its area being no less than
lf)8,3G0 square miles, exceeding that of
the whole of Great Britain, with Bel
gium, Holland, Switzerland and Bava
ria added. The Four-Track News.
(iencriiin (i ft to I'runce.
M. Thorny Thierry, a native of Mau
ritius, long lesident in Paris, has just
died, bequeathing to the Louvre im
portant works by Corot, Delacroix,
Troyon, Millet, Rousseau, Daubigny,
Isabey, Decamps, Jules Dupre, Diaz,
und a 11 u m bur of bronzes by Barye.
Oil for Frying or tuition.
For some domestic purposes, and
particularly for frying vegetables, ar
achide oil or peanut oil 'is said to bo
considered, even If -unce, the home
of the ollvo, supei .'o any other
Is extended a most cordial invitation to attend the
formal opening of the ARMSTRONG CLOTHING
CO'S., Lilliputian Bazar, on March 17th. Not
that we expect you to bring your younger brothers
with you, but we have a surprise in store. There's
a department in these delightful apartments for girls
and young ladies. It is in charge of ladies' who will
devote their time to looking after your wants, and
who are also experts in Glove and Corset fitting.
The goods we display for yonr particular inspection
Shirt Waist Cornets filnvps
Patterns corsets uicnes
Hosiery Handk'fs tlnderwear
Belts Stock Ties Sweaters
Music and flowers will usher in the reign of the Lili
putian Bazar. Hagenow's Orchestra furnishes
music, both afternoon and evening, and
souvenir (lowers are to be given lady visitors.
In the meantime, come and enjoy a glimpse of the
Bazar. It is open to the public now, and you will
be cordially welcomed. Look at the exclusive nov
elties we show. Second floor. Take the electric
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything else
you want a bnrber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND N STREETS
Our Prescription Department is Complete.
The Chapman Drug Store
8. W. Corner 10th and O Sts.
Brushes of all kinds. Toilet articles,
soaps, Perfumes, Stationery, Candy,
etc Telephone F24.
Get y o u 1
relined, repaired and refitted at
the same old stand,
N.E.Cor. 11th AOSts. 'Phone
The Only Up -to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in the City
DftAITI I ?Q 66 N,rth ntl
r VJVVtlL-L- O Telephone L664
Elnest of Toilets
Fl bt-clasB Service
W. WHITPGRD. PitorniKTOH
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
II. II TOWNSEND.
P. M. PLAMENDON.
THE BEST LAUNDRY
224b o St.
Phone. 579.-. Saw edges Ironed
Stylish Gowns . . .
For Stylieh Young Women and
Special Prices on Graduating
Dresses at ... .
MrS J. O. nail S Room 30. . . .
Trie Elajii Restaurant
134 South 10th Street.
15c Meals a specialty. First
class, quick service.
I . A. ELAM. Prop.
I wish to know you.
I wish ybu to know toy worki
For thia reason I will give you your
dental work at about half tbj us
ual rates for about sixty days'.
DR.A. B. AYERS, 137 o, latb.
f. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
Special Attention glrta to diseases' tt
sad all sarrlcal diseases. X-ray exanslMUjM
with no discomfort or injury to patios.! mt
rythlpf at homelike as possible. Boar M
1117 L ST. LINCOLN.
W. O. Box ML Telepkoa M
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