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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
We are confident no
better Shoes are
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few are so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
FOR WOMEN AND
ROM THrl FACTORY
Ily good judges in choos
ing a. hat store, come
where all good judges
come. Come to our Hat
department. Spring styles
are heiem the best shapes,
The celebrated Hawes
3.00 guaranteed Hats.
We are sole agents.
EWING CLOTHING CD,
1115-1117 O St.,
The Daily Nebraskan
9Q4X444 00 &bQOO OOQ
$ 00440 OOOOOO
Tlio comocntion bourn of tlio wool;
will lie laUon up as follows:
Monday -Dean K. W Davis.
Tuesday Mayor Winiirtt. 'Students'
Duties in City Affairs. "
Wednesday -. I. 1.. McHrlen. "The
Anectdotal Side of (Jreat Men."
Thursday -1.. I'. Ludden, "Individu
ality." Friday-College Mush .
Thursday night. Walsh hall, a pin.
formed as letter E. with name ISuopian
on face. Owner's name on the back.
Leave nt Registrar's olllce and receive
May 2. university building, grounds
or on S btreet. east of grounds, one
"Mystic Shine" pin. gold set with six
pearls. Finder please leave at Regis
On Thursday. May 1. an Alpha Tan
Omega fraternity pin. of gold and black
enamel, in shape of maltese cross. Ro-
urn to this ofllce and recci c rewaid
DATK OK ART POST 10 It CON I'HST
CHANCED TO MAY 17.
Owing to the late entry of several
1 ontcHtanis. it has been deemed advis
able to change the daie of the art post
er contest which was Inaugurated by
the 1 ineoln Academy, to May 17 Thin
will give one week longer to the con
testants to work on their posters.
As soon as the posters are passed
upon by the judges they will bo bung
in the art rooms and the exhibit will
be thrown open to the public. Miss
ilayden will have charge of the hang
ing ol the work. The exhibition will
give the contestants and their friends
an opportunity to pass upon all the
work handed in. It will also show to
the public what can be done in the line
of poster designing by the students of
the university. these contest!; aie
popular natures In the east, but this
is the Hist one ever projected in the
('nlverslty of Nebraska. Announc-
ments of the date of the exhibit will
be made later in the papers.
II. C. Searles has been heard fiom
at Rolllnsvllle, Colo., where he is em
ployed as draughtsman for a railroad
Rumors have it that Letherby. the
star pitcher, will sign with the Cedar
Rapids professional team after the
close of the present school year.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (ienoral Steamship Agents. Long
personal tojrlii experience, '.'8S South Clark St.
JohnB. Wright, Pres., J. H. WeBtcott,
1st Vice President, J. Samuels, 2d
Vice President, P. L. nail, Cashier,
W. B. Ryons, Assistant Cashier. . .
....COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK....
LINCOLN, ---. NEBRASKA.
Will please you, if selected from our Stock. Every new
shape and color in the Hat World is now ready for your
Swell Shoes, and made of
to most of the 5. 00 Shoes.
The I nion 1'acilic was tin first line
to introduce Dining Cars, Ycstibul
ed Cars. Steam Heat, Pintsch Light
Muffct Smoking and Library Cars,
Tourist Cars, on Trans-Conlincnta
Trains, west of be Missouri River
IT AGAIN LEADS
by introducing- an Klcctric Lighted
Train throughout, "The Overland
Limited, with Compartment Cars,
having K'ectric Lamps, Klectric
Fans. Klectric Curling Iron Heat,
its, Telephone Service, etc. ; Dining
Rooms with Klectric Candelabra
Until Rooms, Barber Shops, Circu
lating Libraries, etc.
The ears comprising this trail
constitute the highest and best de
velopment of cur construction and
of comfortable and luxurious
This famous train readies Salt
Lake City 1'-' hours and San Fran
cisco Hi hours ahead of all competi
tors. Full information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
I llL III JM vlll W I'.llfS
l 1 lnint in lii inl ! v line
from l It r laiict iw tli smaller
line (iiinnlctc c mate all i-Ips i-f nniattru'
ihlrt (r m 11 to 4S ijlllitc, ami nui ich iIiii
vlutluiu nrr llic lct value Inline inonr) rur
nllcreil All nave tue sunn u am. .11 :w
rjcil at the klilc. tjur nev. aul. m.ilh
icioll Dtciaiint; uevue nuw itiiiiisiini 1 11
gl) nt our blioH;u" uiakck 11 tlio xii
cli litatliuc iun ever iii
UlusliilrJ Calalo'- fui 6 its
TI11 Jtrll rirr Arm. I..
Npw ll.r. eunn
S1.50 TO $5
Take a look at the superb Neckwear
display in our large central window.
Swell 1 ies are those which come at
the buyer's call, and a "quarter" or
a "half" pays the bill.
Prettier Shirts than we are show
ing at 50c and $1.00 cannot be
It will cost you but 3.50 to treat
our feet to a pair of Patent Lea
ther Regent Shoes. They -are
extra fine stock --fully equal
1Q19 O ST.
Pioneer Barber Shop,
Clean Linen, Finest of Toi
lets, First-Class Servjpe.
A, S. KEMMERREK, proprietor
li:i So. 1 1 tli St., Linetfln, NVb
Dr. Shoemaker's Privat
Bpeolal attention glron to dlioaoe of wom
ana all rarglcal diseases. X-ray oxaoaiaatlaa
with no dUcomfort or inJarv to oatlesi. Br
rriblnc as tiomellko a poaaibl. Boara
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