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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
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THE DAILY NKBRAfflEAM.
The English dub will hold ItH regu
lar mooting Saturday night.
We are confident no
hettcr Shoes are
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few are so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
FOR WOMEN AND
Portrait and Landscape
3alUry EsUblish-A 129 So. llth 8k
1 171 Lincoln, Nab.
V. C. ZKIIHl'NC. '
Corner llth l Sts.
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY,
APRIL 11 & 12 and Sat. Mat.
The Greatest Domestic
Comedy of the Age. . . .
Miss Sadie Raymond
Assisted b) the inim
itable comedian ....
MR. FRED RAYMOND.
And an excellent company.
Bright Music, New Songs,
PLUCKS Mat 10 and .'.. con Is. Eve.
35, 50 and 75 cents. Scuts on sale
All candldatoH for the track team
will report for dally practice between
:i and 6 p m. The trials will be held
April 20. Weight men are especially
urged to come out W. C nOOTH.
Thn following exerclHOH will be given
this week at the convocation meetings:
Friday, muBical program.
Rev. .. F. Smith will lead the re
llgiouH eerlses after Monday.
HASKET HALL TONIGHT
The last of a series of inter-society
Msket ball games will be played to
night in the armory between the Union
and Palladian societies. As the two
teams are very evenly matched and
are considered strong, a very close
ganio Is nssurrd. The game will be
called promptly at 7 30 The line-up
of the teams is as follows
Unions Nelson (capt.) and Brown,
forwards, Thomas, center, Milek and
Palliidlans Elliot (tnpt ) and Mag
dan?, forwards, Andeison, ( enter, ()r
ton and Clark guards
I)r H. W Orr will address the pro
medics on Wednesday, April H. at H
p m The subject of his talk will be
"Proventho Medicines" Evorhody is
mililaiy hop is to be gien In the
near tuture by the 11011-1 ommlssioned
ofllccrs ot the battalion The following
committee has been named F R
Beers, chairman, and H E Croft mas
ter of ceremonies Other members of
the committee are Crooks, Harris,
McGeachin, Mohiman McNarma and
The juniors held n business meeting
yesteiday at convocation lioui The
repoit of the senior reception (ommit-
tee was of special Impoitance and indi
cated that the reception to be given
to the senior class will be one of the
most successful eventb of the year
Arrangements are bolng tarried for
ward in a business-like way. Besides
dancing and games, an elaborate pro
gram Is being prepared for the even
ing. The date is not definitely fixed,
but will probably be set for some time
early in May. Tickets are already be
Manager Ferguson of the class bublut
ijull team made his final report
The. class haa purchased caps foi the
members of its team, which holds the
class championship this year Plans
were discussed for a baseball team, and
it is very probable that the juniors
will try to win honors in this sport
IF QOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, General Steamship Agentri. Long
lionomil touring oxoricnce, yJ8 South Clurk St.
j (.'IiIchko. 111.
BOYD BUILDING, 17th AND
Sectional View ot 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 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. ONG, A. M. LLB. RRES.
2,,;;,Jnr.,.a,.,l OMAHA. NEB
Tickets on sale
Api il .ust to 27th,
May -7th to June ht':,
ugust 2iu to .Sth.
Liberal stopoveis ami limits.
Call and get full intorma
UUj OVoa Opr lUin m U
Depot, 7th ft P Bts.
JohnB. Wright, Pres., J. II. Westcott,
lt Vic President, J. Samuels, 2d
Vice Pro&ident, P. L Hall, Cabhier,
W. B. Ryons, Assistaat Cabhier. . .
....COLUMIIA NATIONAL BANK....
LINCOLN, - - - - NEBRASKA.
Ir. Staaaker's Private Hospital
SmaI&I attention Blen to dltoau of )
taall aorvioal dUeaws. X-ray "
irltk ao dlacoafort or Injnry to tlt Mr
trrtbia a homeltk. at poMibl. Ba4 a4
1117 L ST. LIMCOLH.
f. O. Ml. IalaaM t
HARNEY STS., OMAHA, NKliK
Established Nino Years
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from the Htait
As It Is Practiced
The Touch Method.
Graham and Gregg Sy3tMiu.
Practical and Thorough
RATES . . .
Every day during the months of
March 'and April, 1008, the UNION
PACIFlO will sell ColoaiaU one-way
Uoketa at the following rategt
020 OO To Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20 OO To ButU,Anadad and Hel
ta. 022 00 To Spokaae.
22 0Q To Points oa Qtcil Northern
7., pootcana qo wsaatonsa lno via
untinytoa and Spokant.
S2 OO To PplnU pn Great Northern
y. , west of Wanatohaa, Via Hunting
ton and Spolrana.
25 OO To Portland, Taooma and
920 OO To Ashland, Ora., and Inter
wodlatftfrtfttfc.lnalatog Branah Line
n 6. P. C5a south of PtHlanAfU Port
land. $90 OO Tja Ban Fraaolaoo, Las An
celea tad ottter Calif onria Points.
ffull lBforasatlon oh eer fully fur
Bkhsd on appltoatton to
B. D. 5L0S8EN.
Li I neat of Toilets
Fi kt class Service
YT. WHITJORO. paoPHli7?o
118 South llth St.. Lincoln, Neb.
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