The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 23, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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Well Made,
Perfectly Shaped.
We are confident no
better Shoes are
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few are so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION
FOR WOMEN AND
CHILDREN.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
TICKETS ON SALE.
Tickets for Nebraska-Kansas debato
aro on Bale at Co-Op.. University Boole
Btoro and executive office.
CONVOCATION.
Tho convocation hours for the week
will bo taken up as follows;
Wednesday, Prof. Lawrenco Bruner,
oh hla recent trip In Central America.
Thursday, mass meeting.
Friday, music.
MIU.WPAIJK
ENGINEERING buCIETY.
""The regular meeting of tho Engineer
ing society will be hold on Thursday,
April 24, at 8 p. m., In Mech. Arts hall,
room 211. C. C. Burr, Supt, Neb. Elec
tric Co., will be tho speaker of the
evening. 8. D. CLINTON,
President
CANDIDATES ATTENTION.
All nominations of candidates for
election to the Athletic Board must be
In my hands by Friday, April 25.
WALTER C. BOOTH.
TRACK TEAM ENTRIES.
Candidates In -the track team trials
muBt enter tholr applications for entry
by tomorrow A small admission fee
is charged.
Geo. W. Montgomery. President.
C P. Puakhouser, Cashier.
CASH CAPITAL, 150,000.00.
Farmers and Merchants Bank.
16th and O Bt., Lincoln, Nab.
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COLLEGE SETTLEMENT
Students who wish parquet or dress
circlo scats to "A Pair of Spectacles"
will need to buy soon, as these seats
are being taken very rapidly by the
down-town" people. This is no bluff,
but a fact. Act accordingly.
AN
Prewitt
.Little Ovals 35c per dozen
Come anfcjsee mj work. 1314 Q Street
Attention, StudentsI
I wish to know you.
I wish yon to know my work.
If or this reason I will sire .yon ypur
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for aeout sixty days.
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EVENING WITH LOUISA M
ALCOTT.
Mr. Alfred Whitman, the original
"Laurie" of "Little Women," will give
his personal recollections of "Meg, .Jo,
Beth and Am" und the Concord peo
ple In MIsb Alcott's works at All Soul's
chucb, Twenfth and II streets, next
Wednesday evening, April 23.
Mr. Whitman now lives in Kansas.
He was at school in Concord In 1857,
when the celebrated men and women
who have made the name of Concord
a household word all over the world
were living. It was his good fortune
to form an Intimate and life long ac
quaintance with the Alcott family and
to be numbered amony Louisa's
"boys."
Prof. Carruth, of the university of
Kansas, in speaking of the entertain
ment by Mr. Whitman. Bays: "It cer
tainly .vtfas a pleasant and profitable
evening forthe audience. It is especial
ly adatel fo? jlterary clubs and high
school and university audiences. The
fun In the letters is only a bit more
rollicking than that in iss Alcott's
books.: Is is the foam blown off from
tho alp which she poured out for "Lit
tle Women" and "Little Men'
Students who have, ever been inter
ested in Miss AlcotiTa boqku will be
Interested In Mr. Whitman's porsonal
recollections, as he will give them
Wednesday evening, April 3iT, at All
Soul's church, Twelfth and Hstreets.
Admission 25 cents, for the benefit of
the Sunday school.
DRESSY FELLOW
Is not necessarily a dude. That "apparel oft 'pro
claims the man," is as true as when Shakespeare
lived. If you "move in" to a Rogers-Peet Suit you
will own the finest and best fitting Clothing the
World produces.
Our new "Roosevelt" Suits, both single aud
double-breasted, are very swell. No trouble to
show them.
You will find a pair of "University' ' or "He
gent" Shoes the right thing for your shapely feet.
Prices, ?3-oo and 3.50.
Other Shoes, not quite as good, at 2.00
and 2.50.
See our immense showing of Summer Shirts, ia all
the newest facts and fancies, from 50c up.
The newest in Neckwear, Hats, Cap9 and all sorts
of Toggery for men.
MAYER BROS.,
7005 TO 1019 O ST.
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College.
TENTH AND 1'ACII'IC STREETS, OMAHA, NEBR.
Bird
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, General Steamship Agents. Long
norsonal tourlnsr oxuorlence. '.KJS South Chirk St.
Chicago, III.
This college offers a graded
course extending over four
annual sessions.
Tho advantages and re
quirements of tho college
are fully up to tho require
ments of tho present times,
and the conditions laid
down by tho Association of
American uiedical Colleges,
of which this colloge is a
memoer. For information
address
i EWING BROWN, Secretary.
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Bureau.
COTTELL
& LEONARD
472-478 11 roadway
Albany, Nw York
Makers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and
Universities. Illustrated Manual,
sample prioes, etc, on request.
Gowns for the pulpit and benoh.
The Pioneer
Oloan Linen
Bintstof Toilets
Fi at-class Service
W. WHITJJORD. PHOpmxaxoB
118 South 11 Mi 8t., Llaoela, Web.
John B. Wright, Pres., J. H. Weatpott,
let Vice President, J. Samuels, 3d
Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
W. B. R,yons, Assistant Cashier. . .
....GOLUMIIA HATIWAL IAKK....
CAPITAL 9100,000.
LINCOLN, --.- NHBEAflKA.
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