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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1902)
THX DAILY NXBRABKAU.
We arc confident no
better Shoes arc
sold at $3.00
and we know that
very few are so good
WE SELL SHOES OF
FOR WOMEN AND
"tf 41 It
Are the best in Style,
Fit and Wear. Try
a pair S3. 50.
1043 O STREET.
Portrait and Landscape
QalUry Establish- 120 So. Llth 81.
VI Lincoln, Neb.
The Thomas Bowling
Alley, 1210O St.
Is the popular resort of Lin
coln. If you are not a bowler,
gekC in line.
The Daily Nebraskan
The time from 4 to 6 p. m. on Tues
day. May 13, in a holiday, on account
of the United States army inspection
of the cadet hattalion; also from 3 to
G p. m. on Friday, May 10, on account
of the competitive drill of the cadet
Decoration Day. Friday. May 30, is
The annual cadet encampment is
held the weok last preceding the ex
amination week from Wednesday noon,
May 28, till Sunday evening. June 1.
Examinations will be held Monday,
.Mine 2. to Friday, June G. Inclusive.
There will be a Bale of home-made
candles at the Y W. C. A. room. Mon
day. The proceeds will be used in
defraying the expenses of delegates
sent to the Geneva summer conference.
All friends are kindly asked to turn'
out Monday and help the association.
SKNIOIt PROM. COMMITTER.
There will be a meeting of the se
nior prom, committee Monday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. All members are
urged to be present.
CHAS. K. WELLS. Chm.
ATHLETIC BOARD CANDIDATES.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for student mcmbei ot the Uni
versity Athletic Board.
I. V HEWITT
I desire to announce that I will be
In school the coming year, and mat I
offer myBelf as a candidate for student
member of the Athletic Hoard.
ROBERT H. GAINES.
I wish to hereby announce myself as
a candidate for Btudeni member of the
Athletic Board subject to the pleas
ure of the student body.
ALVIN V. GILBERT.
I wish to annouuee myself as a can
didate for student member on the Ath
F. J. RYAN.
I desire to hereby announce myself
as a candidate for student member on
the Athletic Board.
I hereby desire to announce my can
didacy for student member on the Ath
J I). RINGER.
I wish to announce myself as a can
didate for election as a student mem
ber of tne Athletic Board.
E. L. RHODES.
I hereby announce my caudidacy as
member of the Athletic Board.
C. A. PHILLIPS.
I desire to hereby announce myself
as a candidate for student member of
the Athletic Board.
J. F. TOBiN.
This Is to Blgnify that I am a can
didate for election as student member
of the Athletic Board.
C. E. TEACH.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, General Steamship Agents. I.odk
personal touring oxporionce, '1$ South Clark St.
After the p&fty
Get your ICE CUBAM SODA
ANYTHING IS EASY
IF YOU KNOW HOW '
It's easy to make good Cloth
ing at reasonable prices,
when you know how Stein
Block, L. Holtz & Son, B.
Kuppenlieimer "know how."
That's why we sell their
Clothing. That's why you
should wear their Clothing.
That's why you should come
to us for your Clothing.
SPRING SUITS S7.50 TO $25.
Ewtofl Qlothimj Qo.,
1115-1117 O St, LINCOLN, NEB.
The I'nion Pucitic was the lirst line
to introduce Dinitiff Cars. Veslibul
fiH'ars, Steam Heat, Pintsch Liht
Buffet Smoking and Library Cars.
Tourist Cars, on Ti ans-Coutiiienlal
Trains, west of hc Missouri River.
IT AGAIN LEADS
by introducing' an Electric Lighted
Train throughout, '"The Overland
Limited," with Compartment Cars,
having E'ectric Lamps, Electric
Fans. Electric ( urling Iron Heat,
ers, Telephone Service, etc. ; Dining
Rooms with Electric Candciabru
Batli Rooms, Itaiber Shops, Circu
lating Libraries, etc.
The cars comprising this train
constitute the highest and best de
velopment of car construction and
of comfortable and luxurious
This famous tiain reaches Salt
L'ike City l-.' hours and San Fran
cisco Hi hours aiiead of all competi
tors. Full information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
1 llC HUM 1lt MktlM
l liunt any kind nrcnnie
from the lari'e.t tu tlio smallest
line complete Wc male all size of repeating
llflcs from . lo 4 lalidre. ami nm relating
tliolguni are the liest aluc lor the iuoue ever
ottered All nave the solid lop anion ami
elect at tle ililf Our iic auloiiiatii.
recoil otcraun tiewce now itiriiisiifii on
all il our shotgun makes II Hie siicm
lireecn loading C" ever duiii
lllii. Intel Catalog lor Ails
Tfca Sfarlln riro Arras C.
New Haifa, Cain.
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Secure a Practical Education
OWE THAT WILL FIT Y00 FOR REAL LIFE.
We make a specialty of preparing young men and
young women for Business. Ours is an old estab
lished Institution. Expenses low. Send for Cata
logue. Lincoln Business College,
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I and Return I
I April 21 to 27. I
I May 27 to Juno 8. I
I August 2 to 8. I
B9 'ii Surlington Kutf H
M Liberal return H
BJ limits jnd Mop- , H
B over privilege),. 5JV H
M Tliro' cars past wK I I
H grandest scenery EK 1 I
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H panorama ol the jC'3r H
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Pioneer Barber Shop,
Clean, Lirten, Finest ol Toi
lets, First-Class Service.
A. L. KEMMERRER. Proprietor
ll.t So llth St., Lincoln, Neb
r. Skocaakcr's Private BospMiL
BjMalal attention lren to rtUeaao of woww
avmaall nrlcl diicie. X-ry xftsmuustlwi
wltk no dltcomfort or Injury to ptiaal. 9r
ffythlnc at homelike ai poulbl. BaMl i
1117 L 8T. LJNCOLH.
. O. BtM QSL TUfcla
, 1400 O ST. OPEN ALL NIGII'l
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