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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
Portrait and Landscape
Ballary EstabllaW 120 So. 11th 81.
1171 Lincoln, Neb.
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
RATES . . .
Every day during the months of
March and April, 1009,. the UNION
PACIFIC will sell Coloslsts one-way
Uokete at the following rates:
$20 OO To Oft-den and Salt Lake City.
$20 00 To Butte.Aaadoadaand Hel
$22 flO To Spokaae.
fa 0O To Point OB Qreat Northern
j., Sgokane to Weflatehee iao rla
Huntington and Spokane.
S25 00 To Polpts oa Great Northern
y., west ofWehatohte, rla Hunting
ton and 8eokane.
82S OO To Forslaad, Tacoata and
e)9ft OO To Ashland", Ore., and later
ausdiateiMfeft.luolmibiir Branch Llnea
ob S. P. Co. south of Portland tla Port
land. $90 00 Tjs Sao Francisco, Lei An
roles and otlsr California Points.
Full iaformation oheerfully fur
alsasd on application to
B. B. 5L0SSEN.
Tickets on sale-
April 2isfto 27th,
May 27th to June 8t!'.,
August 2nd to 8th.
Liberal stopovers and limits.
Call and get full informa
Utty OWM "ft. O
The sophomore lass will mcot this
morning fit 10 o'clock in University
hall Important business.
The program for the rest of the week
is aH followH.
Thin morning, mans meeting In the
interests of the Nebraska-Colorado de
bate Thursday, meeting to encourage or
der and neatness on the university
Friday, concert by the cadet band
ANCIENT METHODS USED TO PRE
VENT COUNTER I-'EITI NO
In (he Inst let tnre of the free series
glen at the University of Pennsylva
nia museum. IVof .Joseph C Hoppin.
in speaking of Creek coins I relation
to Creek nrt and history, remarked
that (oinage could be traced back to
700 H. C. among the Babylonians, and
that during the sixth century It was
in (ommon circulation among the
Creek peoples To avoid the striking
of coins by indllduals. which might
not be pure gold or silver, as the case
might, be. a device representing the
city oi the special god of the city was
put on the coin. This stamp on a coin
denoted that the god was called upon
to witness that it was of standard
AUTHOR OF "BEN BOLT" SERI
l)r Thomas I). English, who has be
come famous as a statesman, poet and
physician, is seriously ill in Newark,
N. J. His principal, and perhaps the
most popular, literary production is
"Ben Bolt." In medicine he has made
an exhaustive study of phrenology, his
llrst work upon that subject having
been written when a student at the
University of Pennsylvania, which was
submitted by him as his graduation
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (ienoml Miunishlp Agents. I.oni
purhonal tourlut; experience. 'j!ks South Chirk SI.
DO NOT FORGET that you will
soon be going away. You can't
carry your trunks. Call us up and
we will take you to any depot and
send a hack to take you. Tel. 303.
Ensign Omnibus & Transfer Co.
7S-47S 1 road way
Albany, Naw York
Makers of tha
Caps,Gown$ and Hoods
To the American Colleges and
UniTeraitles. Illustrated Manual,
sample prices, eto., on request
Gowns for the pulpit and bench.
TKNTH AND PACIFIC STREETS, OMAHA, NEBK.
EWING BROWN, Secretary.
BCAD BUILDING. .7th AND
Sectional View of Actual Builnesi 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 deBks 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. ONG, A. m!lLB. RRES.
Write (or Klcgnut
JohnB. Wrijfht, PreB., J. H. Westcott,
1st Vies President, J. Samuels. 2d
Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
VV. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. . .
....CiLUMIIA NATIOUAL IANK....
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA.
If. SbK-ukaVi Mut. fofitil
va L ST. LIirOOLM.
This college offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college
are fully up to the require
ments of the present times,
and the conditions laid
down by the Association of
American Medical Colleges,
of which this college is a
memDer. For information
HARNEY STS., OMAHA, NEBR
Established Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business fron 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 work.
For this reason I will fire you your
deattl wofk at abeut half the us
ual rates for about sixty dava.
WtA. B. AVERS, 1J7 3o. iat.
The Pioneer 2
Bines t of Toilets
Fi bt-claas SMsrvioe
W. WHITJBOHD. psormnrroM
lit gautk 11th St.. LiaoalH, Neb.
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