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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA.
MONEY TO STUDENTS
Htuilrnts dcHlrliu: piotl. profitable work for
tln nummer, or, us tlii'lr time permits, tliirlni'
Hi' i'iiIUki jeur. should w rite us at dim forn ir
(lootl Hotisckt'i'plnj: iiKcney iro'iitltin 1 he
liiaKllllic Is nf (lie highest ii tttl t (thoiinh mil)
$l,(Hi 11 car) anil, ns we nn ilftermlueil to ilon
l)li our list (now HTi.iOO) In the next nine inoutlis,
wc lire kMiik (,'ood men iinl women unevteed
I llhernl eiuiiiiilsslnn (Mir o:lv requirement
Is Hiitlfiictor referem es as to tho iipp.lt ant s
fcr A ajppu " flr sum for an en
vPOU M WCCr cinctlc mmi or woman
to make We w III semi full particulars to all In
teresteil. If when ipplyluu I he Dull) Nebraska!)
Is mentioned. I nere In no limit to the u imher
of men ami women wee, in employ, as we eoor
the whole eoiinlrj partleul.irH In cities of from
lo.ooo to .V) (MM) There Is a further eh. nice of fu
ture permanent salaried position to those who
show special merit In this line of our w ork.
Address CoIIcko Pepartment.
PHELPS PUBLISHINO CO , Springfield Mam.
Tlu 1 nion Pacific was the first line
to Introduce Dining ( uis. Yestilnil
cd ( .ii-N. Meiun Hi-ill, Pintsch Liht
ItuilVt Miuildiif,' iiikI Library (his.
Tourist ( ars, on Ti .ins-Continental
Trains, west of hi Missotui Kiver.
IT AGAIN LEADS
1 int rodncino; an Electric Lighted
Train throughout. " Die Overland
hi nitod. ' with ( oinpai tmei.t t'.ns,
ha vino; EVctne Lamps. Electric
I'ans Electric ( niling Iron Heat,
cis, Telephone Scr ire, etc ; Dining
Kooiiih with Elect nc ( .indei.'ilii a
Hath Koonis, ll.uber .simps, I ncu
lat in j- Lihi a i ies etc
The ears eoinpiisi tig this tiain
constitute the highest and hest de
M'lopnu'iit of car constructioii and
of coinfortahle and luxurious
This famous tiain reaches Salt
Lake ( it 1 .' houis anil San Fran
cisco hours ahead of all competi
tors Full information clicei fully fur
nished on application to
E B. SLOSSON, Agent.
The Thomas Bowling
Alley, 1210 O St.
Is the; popular resort of Lin
coln. If you are not a bowler,
get in line.
Comoiatlon announcements for the
week me an follows
V(dn(8(la Rev T II Dahl. "Nc
braska Re ligiouslv "
ThuiHday -Professor Ross. "What's
l'p In Congress"'"
I CALIFORNIA I
1 and Return I
I April 21 to 27. I
I May 27 to June 8. I
I August 2 to 8. I
H I'i.i llurhngton Route H
M Liberal rrluin
M limits .ind soy-
M over privileges 4f. m
m Tliro' larsp aBBF 1
H eraiuiot sieiiny JP -2 r H
H in America -the 15 X I
iunorama of the jC? H
H the Itur- t U
H linpton or B m H
M write to H W H
FRANCIS, m I I
M Agent, Hr I B
I Omaha. jK$ " J H
There will he a holiday this aftei
iidim from 2 to ( o't lot k This Is lim
it d to those students In the (oIIpri
of literature, silence and the aits and
the Industiial college This to enable
all to witness the Iy day even Imps
and the ball game with Highland Faik
The latter reason. howeer, is in i
dental The holiday will also allow
the membcis ot the fatuity to attend
the isit the farm
C.FOI OOIHTS ON KXCCRSION
The field geology (lass took advan
tage ol the high school exclusion to
Ioulsville Monda and spent a very
profitable and educational dav on the
Platte neat I ouisVllle.
About 1 o'clock the membeis of the
class, together with Mi Fisher, left
I ouisville overland, not in a covered
wagon, but on loot, tor South Rend
The vaiious exposuies along this loute
wen visited and man fossils were
collected About three miles of the
seven between the towns had been ( ov
en d when dark, threatening clouds
began to hover overhead, with the i e
sult that a wagon bridge and some
lnrge trees weie at once sought After
the first Kho'wei was over the patty fell
into squads which began a hast
inaich foi the bridge near South Rend
'the company and the rain reached
the bridge at the same time, the for
mer, however, had to yiold to the lat
ter, and found shelter In an old vacant
house nearby, where the' jolly ones
reBorted to clacking jokes and telling
r.torles. The rain soon passed and the
gr ologlsts set out and arrived at South
Rend In due time for the train. The
trip was very successful, both from
an educational and pleasure point of
ANYTHING IS EASY
IT YOU KNOW HOW"
It's easy to make Rood Cloth
ing at reasonable prices,
when you know how Steui-
Block, L. Holt. c: Son, R
Kuppenhcimer "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.
toino; Qlothitirj Qo.,
1 1 1 5 1117 O'St, LINCOLN, NKB.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Ntlee is hereby given that tho un
dersigned have formed a corporation
under the statutes of the state of Ne
braska. The name of the corporation
uhall be The University Publishing
Company. The principal place of busi
ness of Biich corporation shall be at
the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county,
Nebraska. The general nature of the
business to be transacted shall be the
printing, publishing and selling f
books and periodicals, and the manu
facture and sale of school furniture
and supplies of all kinds. The amount
of capital stock authorized shall be
$20,000, fully paid and dirlded lnt 20
shares of 100 each. The time f ex
istence of Biich corporation shall be
fifty years from the 1st day of May,
1902. The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which such corpor
ation shall at any time subject itself
shall be 25 per cent of the capital
stock. The affairs of the corporation
are to be conducted by a board of di
rectors, elected annually by the stock
J. W. CRABTREE,
GEO L. TOWNE.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, (ieneral Steamship Agunt.s. Long
personal touring oxpononce, 'iW South Clark St.
"All work nnd no play mnkos Jack a
thill boy." The colloKn band of 41 pieces
nnd the various clnsses nlternnte in Hiving
monthly nntortninmnnts incluclniK musi
cal, litornry nnd sooinl features.
of Dental Surgery
(Denial Department ol Lake Forest Unlreralty.)
Twenty-first Annual Courso
of instruction will boRin Oct. 1st, 1902. In
order to complete tho course of instruction
in throe jenrs it is n(ccsvnr to onter tho
cominR sossion HKX'-iyO.T ns n four yenr
courso will bo required thereafter. For
illustrnted cntnloRtio nddress
DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean,
Wood & Harrison Sts., Chicago.
BOYD BUILDING, 17th AND HARNEY STS., OMAHA, NLBR
Sectional View ( Actual Business and
Establisluid Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from the Start
As It Is Practiced.
The Touch Method.
Graham and Gregg Systems.
Practical and Thorough.
Endorsed by high school principals, leading business men and official court
reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly equipped
institution in the West; ?4,000 invested in standard typewriters; $3,500
banking and other fixtures placed in actual business department. Elegant
roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has been
leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 90 PER
CENT of last year's enrollment. Students may enter any time. Address
A. C. ONG, A. M. LLB. RRES.
Write for Klegaiit
Pioneer Barber Shop,
Clean Linen, Finest of Toi
lets, First-Class Service.
A. L. KEMMERRER. Proprietor
113 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb
Ir. Shoemaker's Prirate HtspiUL
Medal attention clYn to dlsoaae of woM
all aurgical dlseaaos. X-rar xaialmatUa
do dlacocafart or Injur to patlaai, ar
ils aa homelike aa poaalbla. Dr4 am4
1117 L 8T. LINCOLN.
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