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THE DAILY NEBRAflKAM.
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We are confident no
better Shoes are
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few arc so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
FOR WOMEN AND
Goo. W. Montgomery, President.
JU P. Funkhousor, Cashier.
CA9H CAJMTAL, J50.000.0O.
Farmers and Merchants Bank.
16th and O 8ts.. Lincoln. NTeb.
For Cigars, Tobaccos, and
Up-to-date Reading Mattel.
Richards Block. Also 1131 O St.
I wlah to know you.
I winh you to knovr my work.
For this rtuon X will give you your
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for about sixty days.
DR.A. B. AYBRS, 137 So. iatb.
Jbe fjenver fife
1744-1746 Champa St.,
DENVKR, COLO., Im
porters and dealers m
And all kinds of
All candidatcH for the track team
will report for dally practice between
: and ! p m. The trials will be held
April 2(5 Weight men are especially
uiKed to come out W. C. BOOTH.
TiclutH to "A Pair of Spec-fades"
may be had at the book stores, the
chancellor's office, the Y. M. C A. and
Y. W. ('. A. rooms. Everybody wants
to hear Mr Hooth. Miss Howell, Miss
Henry and others. Tickets fit). 35 and
25 cents Buy early and avoid the
TICKETS ON SALE.
Tickets for Nebraska-Kansas debate
are on sale at Co-Op.. University Book
store and executive office.
TRACK TEAM TRIALS.
Entries for the track team trials
must be In by Thursday, April 21.
W. C. BOOTH.
The i oinocat Ion hours for the week
will be taken up as follows
Aloiidm Rev Mr. Hodge, secretaiy
of the boaid of education of the Pres
byterian liurc h
Tut sdiiy. President Dioppeis of the
rmeislt l South Dakota
Weduesdaj. Pioi lauience Brunei',
on his iccent trip in Central America
Thuisda. mass meeting
l-'i idaj uiusii
CANDIDATES FOR THE ATHLETIC
Nominations tor student members of
the athletic board must be tiled with
nie on or before April 2." The follow
ing section of the athletic constitution
governs these nominations
Section 1 Nominations. Any uni
versltj student hi good standing may
lii'ionii1 a candidate, on petition signed
b twenty students llled with the sec
retary ot the board before April 2f, to
gcthcr with a statement in writing
from said student that he desires to be
a candidate and expects to be in the
univeisity dming the coming year. Pe
titions in duplicate are to be posUd in
the gymnasium and university hall for
live days and in lac k of protest accept
ed bv the athletic board. All names
ol candidates aie to be published at
least once in each of the university
weekly papers. (The "petitions in
duplicate" are to be posted by the
student candidate, and he Is responsi
ble tor inseitlon of notices in papers'
W. C BOOTH
To Kiplore tlio Soutli Iolr Seas.
The) duke of Abruzzl proposes to
start from Buenos Ayres In 1902, on a
voyage, to explore the south polar aeas,
in a ship which will be specially built
in Italy from his own plans and speci
fications. He has selected as Tils com
panions Vlttorio Sella, the geographer,
and several young officers of the
Italluu royal navy.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (ienoral Steamship Agents. Long
personal touring oxporicMieo, '.'IS South Clark St.
A RAILROAD WRECK
OF7 DIRECT BENEFIT
TO LINCOLN PEOPLE
A stock of Goods consigned to western parties, recently
got badly mixed tip in a train wreck. We purchased the
entire stock from the 13. & M. Railroad, full particulars
of which will be found on page 16 of Sunday. April 20th,
There were 108 boxes of Men's and Women's Hosiery
among this stock, and if you are in need of Hosiery, visit
this Sale at once and stock up for future use. It means
money earned for you.
108 Boxes of flo$iery
70 boxes of Men's Extra Fine Gauge, Fast Black, Seamless
Half Hose, drop stitch rib, regular 15c and 17c values,
Wreck Sale, Pair .... )c
Thirty-eight boxes of Women's Fast Black Hose, lace
effect, full length, worth 20c Wreck Sale, Pair 12jC
The I 111011 Pacific was the first line
to introduce Dining ( 'a is, Yestibul
ed Cars, Steam Heat , Pintscb Light
Buffet Smoking and Library Cars,
Tourist Cars, on Trans-Continental
Trains, west of Hie Missouri River.
IT AGAIN LEADS
by introducing' an Electric Lighted
Train throughout, "The Overland
Limited, '" with Compartment Cars,
having I'i eetric Lamps, Electric
Fans, Electric Curling Iron Heat,
ers, Telephone Service, etc.; Dining
Rooms with Electric Candelabra -Batli
Koonib, Barber Shops, Circu
lating Libraries, etc.
The cars comprising this train
constitute the highest and best de
velopment of ear construction and
of comfortable and luxurious
This famous train reaches Salt
Luke City 1'- hours and San r-'run-ciseo
1 hours ahead of all competi
tors. Pull information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
Mrs. L. Anderson & Co.
Special Prices to University Girls
135 South 12th St.
Our graduates succeed because
Our Methods, Courses of Study and Equipments arc Unexcelled. We help young people
who desire to succeed. EXPENSES LOW. COURSES THOROUGH. Write for CUlouc.
Lincoln Business College & a Lincoln. Nebraska.
we prepare them to do something
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