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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1902)
THE DAILT NEBRAflKAM.
Albany, Now VorU
Makers of tho
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Colleges and
Universities. Illustrated Manual,
samplo prioos, oto., on request.
Gowns for tho pulpit and benoh.
Tho I'nion Pacific "TV as tho first II in
to introduce- Dining Curs, Vostibul
ol Curs. Mourn Ilout, I'intsoh Light
ltuftVt Smoking ami Library Cars,
Tourist Cars, on Tians-Continontul
Trains, west of ho Missouri Kivor.
IT AGAIN LEADS
by introducing an Electric Lighted
Train throughout. "Tho Overland
Limited." with Compartment Cars,
having E'ootrio Lumps, Electric
Fans, Klootrio Curling Iron lloat,
its, Tolophono Sorvioo, oto. ; Dining
Rooms with Klootrio (mdiahru
Hath Rooms, Harbor Shops, ( ircu
lating Libraries, oto.
Tho oars comprising this train
ootistituto tho highest and host elo
volopmont of car construction and
of eomfortablo and luxurious
This famous train roaohos Salt
Luke City 1- hours and San Fran
cisco 111 hours ahead of all competi
tors. Full information cheerfully 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.
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MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Tlioro will ho a meeting of the stoc k
hohlorH of tho Dally Nebrankan In room
101 Memorial hall. Tuesday. May 27.
at two p. in. Flection of hoard of di
rectors By order of Hoard of Dlrec
Moot In University hall this morning
ut ton o'clock. Important business R.
W. Harbor. President
The new members of the Delian so-
lety will gie a program this evening
in University hall. This will be the
last meeting of tho society for tho
year. After tho program a banquet
will ho served
The Engineering Hocioty will hold its
hiHt mooting for tho year Monday, May
20. at ho on thirty In the owning, in
the Mechanics Arts hall, room 211.
There arc sooral important matters
to be considered, and all members are
urged to bo present. S I). Clinton
Professor Ilessey has been informed
of his election to the board of man
agers oT the "Wild-Flower Pre soi Na
tion Society of America." iecently or
ganized in New York city Tho pur
pose of the society is to take such steps
as may be necessaiy in older to pie
servo the rarer tloweis in different
parts of the country. Already ceitain
conspicuous species are almost extinct
through the thoughtlessness of ama
teur collectors, and there is need 'ot
sue h an organization.
At the bar examination before the
Iowa supreme court last week eight
of fifteen graduates of Drake university
failed; two of three Michigan gradu
ates failed; two Nebraska law college
students took the examination success
fully. Mr. C. H. Hughes of this ear's
class, stood tirst place in the entire
class, and Mr. It .1 l.ocke of last
year's class, stood fourth.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Notice Is hereby given that tha un
dersigned have formed a corporation
under tho statutes of the state of Ne
braska. The name of the corporation
shall be The University Publishing
Company. The principal place of busi
ness of such corporation shall be at
the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county,
Nebraska. The general nature of the
business to be transacted shall he tke
printing, publishing and selling f
hooks 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 divided it 2M
shares of $100 each. The time f ex
istence of such corporation shall be
fifty year from the 1st day of May,
1902. Tho 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. CR AUTRE E,
CEO. L. TOWN liS.
IF GOING ABROAD, WRITE WARD
BROTHERS, tleniiral Steamship Admits. I.oni;
porsonul touring oxiiorionee, 2'M South Clark St.
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. Holt. cV Son, H.
Kuppenheimor "know how."
Thai'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.
Etoiticj Qlothimj Qo.,
1115-1117 O St, LINCOLN, NLI5.
"All work mid mo piny mnkc" Jnrk a
dull tiny " Tin-colU-nc liaiiil of II pieces
mill the winon cImsm-s alUTiiate in kivjiik
monthly entertainment-- inclmlinK nutri
ent, literary unci -octal features
BOM) UriLDINC-, 17th AND
Sectional View of Aetna Unsiness and
Endorsed by high school principals, leading business men and official court
reporters. Absolutely thorough. Tho 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 door 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 Klogunt
Pioneer Barber Shop,
Clean Linen, Finest of Toi
lets, First-Class Service.
A. L. KEMMKRRER, Proprietor
113 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb
of Dental Surgery
(Dental Department ol Lake Forest Unlrenlty.)
Twenty-first Annual Course
of instruction will Ijein Oct 1st, 1902. In
order to complete the cotirve of instruction
in thne year-, it is neces-ary to enter the
conuriK session l'.KI"J li'd.'i as a four yeiiF
course will he required thorenftor. For
illustrated catalogue address
DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean,
Wood &. Harrison Sts., Chicago.
11ARNKY STS., OMAHA, NKHR.
Established Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from tho Start
As It Is Practiced.
TY IMS WRIT INC,
The Touch Method.
C.raham and Gregg Systems. '
I'ractionl and Thorough.
fr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
(Special attention glren to dtaoatoa of wommb
aatiali surgical diseases. X-ray MnaluUcn
with no discomfort or Injury to pattest. r
rjrthlDC as homelike as possible. Boar4 mad
1117 L ST. LINCOLN.
p. O. Baca 9BL
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