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THE DAILY NEBRAflKAN.
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Portrait and Landscape
Oallary Establish- 129 So. ilth 8t
1871 Lincoln, Nob.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
Every day during the months of
March and April, 1002, (lie UNION
PACIFIC will sell Colooiets one-way
tickets at the following rates:
$20 00 To Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20 OO To Butte.Anadondaand Ucl-
$22 fiO To Spokane.
$22 50 To Points on Great Northern
Rj., Spokane to Wonatcheo inc via
Huntington and Spokane.
$25 00 To Points on Great Northern
By., west of Wenatchec, via Hunting
ton and Spokane.
$25 OO To Portland, Tacoina and
$25 00 To Ashland, Ore., and inter
mediate Points.lnoludlng Branch Linos
on B. P. Co. south of Portland via Port
land. $25 OO To San Francisco, Los An
geles and other California Points.
Full information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSEN.
Tickets on sale:
April 21st to 27th,
May 27th to June Ht:,
August 2nd to 8tb.
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, 7th AfPSte.
The Easter recn.s will begin at 8
a. in. Friday. Man . US, nnd will end
at G p in , Monday, March III.
Baseball men arc requested to report
in two squads. The following men will
report nt :J:0 daily, the balance at 1:30
p. 111.: Doano. Gaines, Townsend, Ben
der. Rhodes. Raymond, Hood and I)e
Putron. Per Order.
The c onocat ion exercises for this
week will, as heietotoie. be taken up
with short addresses on popular ques
tions. The program this morning will
consist of a number of musical sehc
tlons by the university band.
The ( xercises for the rest of tne week
are as follows.
Tuesdny -Professor l.obingler, "Pop
ular Eleitlon of United States Sena
Wednesday-Prof. II R Smith. "Ag
ricultural Instruction in Public
Thursda - V C Booth, "Prospects
Miss Laura Wild will lead the re
ligious exereist s after this morning
Weather report for twenty- loin
hours, ending 7 p in.. Sunday.
Highest temperature, 30 degrees. 01
curring at 2:l."i p 111. Lowest tempera
ture. 19 degrees, occurring at G: 15 a. in.
Mean temperature, 2 degrees, which is
14 degrees below normal. Precipitation
for the past twenty-four hours. 01 of
an lneh. G. A. LOVELAim).
Profehhois and instructors at Wash
ington and Lee university are all re
quired to wear caps and gowns in class
room exerc Ises.
The main building of Montana uni
versity, at Missoula, was destroyed by
fire Friday The loss will be consider
able because of the equipment. The
building was devoted especially to
science and was alucd at $ ion, 000.
Through the kindness of E A. Fry,
editor of the lsiobrara Pioneer, the
historical society has received a partial
ille of that paper. The numbers run
as far Lack as 1871. These old files
are of particular interest to historical
students, since the cover the period
of the Hlac k Hills excitement, t he
Sioux -war of 187G, the high water of
1881 and other interesting events.
It is rumored in daily papers that
there is a possibility that the state uni
versity of Iowa will be moved from
Iowa City because that city refuses to
glvo the support which some of those
in control of the nchool feel it ought
(0 give. ' There seems to be a laok of
interest in Iowa City in the university
and the authorities do not feel that
the city Is giving enough return for
tho advantages which the college
brings to the city.
W. J. BRYAN
4 4Hpumble 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
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska,
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BOU) IU'ILDINCi, 17th AND
Sectional View ol Aetna1 Business nnd
Bunki g Department.
Endorsed by high school principals, leading business men and official court
repoitcrs. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly equipped
institution in tho West; $4,000 invented in standard typewriters; $3,500
banking and otner 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
A. C. OVG, A. M. LLB. RRES.
Write for Klcgant
relined, repaired and refitted at
the same old stand,
N.E.Cor. llth&OSts. 'Phone
lr. Shoemaker's Private SospitiL
..11 t.lnn lffn ftfftAOaA of
andail surgical diseases. X-ray examlaatUei
with do discomfort or Injury to patleas., r
rytbina- as homelike as possible. Board aM
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of the University Publishing
$1.00, postage prepaid.
IIARNKY STS., OMAHA, NliUK
Established Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from the Start
As It Is Practiced.
The Touch Method.
Graham and Gregg Systems.
Practical and Thorough.
I wish to know you.
I wish you to know my worlr.
For this reason I will give yon your
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for about Bixty days.
DR.A. B. AYERS, 127 So. lath.
Bluest of Toilets
Fl st-closs Service
W. WHITUORD. Pno'pitiETon
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
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