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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA.
We are confident no
better Shoes arc
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few arc so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
FOR WOMEN AND
Qoo. W. Montgomery, President.
L. P. Funkhoucer, Cushler.
CASH CAPITAL, J50.000.00.
Farmers and Merchants Barvk.
15th and O StB , Lincoln, Nob.
L. J. HERZOG
1032 O ST.
Before making pui
chases foi join new
suiiniier clothes, call
and allow us to show
you 0111 line w Inch is
the most clahoiate in
the city. The coloi
ings and weaves aie
the veiy latest, as
well as the cut an.l
make of oui garments
Oui price can not be
duplicated any wheie
in the state.
Suitings from $15.00 up
Trouserings from $4 up
Capitol City Bowl
ing Alley, 1218 N St
We cater to the student trade.
O. & -KJMBERLY, Prop.
TICKETS ON SALE.
Tickets for Nebraska-Kansas debate
are on sale at Co-Op. , University Boole
store and executive office.
The convocation hours for the week
will be taken up as follows
A DRESSY FELLOW
All nominations of candidates for
election to the Athletic Board must be
iu my hands by Friday. April 25.
WALTER C. BOOTH.
Monday, Chancellor Andrews Inau
guration ceremonies at Columbia.
Tuesday, Dr Bessey. Forest Re
serves Wednesday, Dr. Stein, Opportunities
for YouiiK Men and Women of Today
The prospect are good that the
univeisity association will be repre
sented at the summer'tfehool at Lake
(Jenea, Wis., In June, by not less
than eight men Several have already
de ided to go. This wi.i mean a large
increase in the effic iencj of the work
ing force of the assoc lation Lake C,e
nea is a summei resort One-half
nites aie secured on the uiilinads Full
inhumation in the Y M V A 100111
Y W C A
Miss HoIIj will hae chaige ot the
missionary meeting whiili will be held
iu the association iooms next Sunda
afteiuoou at 1 o'clock The subject
will be ' Lain a Radfoul." the mission
ary in India, towaid whose suppoit the
association misslonaiy c onti iltutiou is
ENO I N EERI NO M KET1 NO
At the regular meeting of the engln
coring society last night, Mr. C. C
Burr, superintendent of the Nebraska
Electrical Supply Co. of this city,
spoke on Electricity in the Andes His
talk consisted of a vivid description
of his experiences while installing a
200 horse power water power plant and
cential electric plant for lighting the
city of Quito, Ecuador he went from
the United States with all the machin
es tor the plant, to the nearest sea
port, and then moved the apaiatus
about 100 miles overland with no other
means of conveyance than Indians
One armature weighing 1 ,f00 pounds
was carried by Indians over the entire
Mr. Burr found that In these foielgn
countries it requires years to accom
plish what might be easily finished in
weeks in our own country, since there
are no means of transportation, no
machine shops and In fact none of the
appliances with which we are so plen
He closed by answering a number of
questions which members of the so
ciety aBked and by relating a number
of personal experiences and peculiari
ties of the country and people with
whom he spent about three years.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (ienernl .Steamship Agents. Long
pergonal touring oxporlmicc, '5JS South Clurk St.
) Chicago, III.
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 Kogers-l'eet Suit you
will own the finest and best fitting Clothing the
Our new "Roosevelt" Suits, both single and
double-breasted, aie very swell. No trouble to
You will find a pair of "University" or "Re
gent" Shoes the right thing for our shape!) feit.
Prices, 3.00 and 3.50.
Other Shoes, not quite as good, at $2 00
Sec our immense showing of Summer Shirts, in all
the-newest facts and fancies, from 50c up.
The newest in Neckwear, Hats, Caps and all sorts
of Toggery for men.
1005 TO 1019 O ST.
I YOU RE NOT NEXTl
If you will look into the history of bicycle selling during the past
three )ears you will see the justice ol this obseivation. The enoi
mous increase m the sale of Racycles eveiy eai in thisc ity pioves that
the bicycle is no longei "in it" as a competitor The reason w h) the
Racycle has proved so populai is because it's built light. The pull of
the chain and spiocket is between the bearings. We hae a full s'.ock
ol 1902 Racycles. Seveial impiovements. See us at once.
GIRARD CYCLE CO.,
1406 O Street
Little Ovals 85c per dozen
Come andee mj work. 1B14 O Street
I wish to know you.
I wish you to know my work.
For this reason I will giro you your
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for about sixty days.
DR.A. B. AYERS, 137 So. iath.
Pioneer Barber Shop,
Clean Linen, Finest of Toi
lets, First-Class Service.
A. S. KEMMFRRER. Proprietor
1K1 So lltli St.. Uncoil), Nob
John B. Wright, Pres., J. H. Westcott,
1st Vice President, J. Samuels. 2d
Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
W. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. . .
....CQLUMIlA NATIONAL IAHK....
LINCOLN, --.. NEBRASKA.
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