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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1903)
Hbc Datlf fUftraoltan
i Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Oa ultalftl 00,000.00
JoU B. WM, President
J. H. WmcoH, Vlct-Pnddtnl
Jof Samoek 2d Vlcc-PreWdenl
P. L. HaH, GwhUt
V. B. Ryont, At. Cashier
Dr. J. R. HAGGARD
J cPhysicUn and Surgeon
Soedal Attsntion oald to disci
ol kmalai and rectal dUeuca.
fUonilt t J4 RlcktrtU Block. RmI-
4nc JS10 O StrMt. Ofttw TUph
ttO. RMna TcJ.ph.ci. L m.
TMB ONLY UP-TO-OATB
niHinrd and Pool Parlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tbls awly oovorvd
Powell's, 146 North 11th 8t.
Ptioa L 64
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK
OF LINCOLN. NBIRAtKA
Upittd S200.000; Surplus $!00,0O0(
Troftts t8,3t9t Deposits 12,593,093
8. H. Burnfuun, Pttidtnt
A. I. 3wT". Vlc-PilWnt
THL 8. Pnttn.n, ChLi
H. B. Hr.na, Aitnt Gu&Uf
UMITKD BTATKS DKFOSITOnT
Standard and rtgubtloa
to rvery paxucular.
H.C.Thomas, Proprietor f
Wednesday, May 20, 6:30 p. m. Y.
W. C. A. "hare and hounds hunt."
ThiirHclny. May 21. Pan-Hellenic
barbecue at Cushman park.
Friday. May 22. Annual Pan-Hellenic
dance In the Auditorium.
Friday-Saturday. May 29-30 Kansas
Nebraska tennis tournament.
Saturday, May 30 Decoration day
excursion cadet encampment at Wahoo.
C A. Sawyer was an over-Sunday
vlHltor at Omaha.
Dr. C. H. Hale, '80, of Aurora, wbb
In the city yesterday.
MIbh Florence Paine, '00, hoH been
elected aBBlfltanL principal In the high
Bchool at Havelock.
B. E. ElBton, who formerly attended
the UnlvorBlty. 1b working In the foun
dry at Dcb Moines, la.
VYoiderfol Resources of tic West
The advanced class In elocution gave
a Shakespearean recital this morning
before the first year class.
MIbb Ethel AmfH will have charge
of the fffMontlfio department of tho Wy
morc high school next year.
MIbh Howell will give a reading at
the commencement cxerclBCH of tho Al
liance high school next Friday night.
WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Go.
12th & M Its.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and
J020 N St. Lincoln, Neb.
Marcus Jacobs, who left school at the
boginnlng of the present semoBter, Is
working with the B. & M. In Chicago.
If you are looking for a homo and
want to vlalt tho west you can do bo
with very Uttlo expense aa the
UNION PACIFIC will Boll one-way
colonist tickets EVERY DAY at the
following rates from Lincoln:
UNTIL JUNE IB
$26.00 to San Francisco, Los Angolco
and many othor California point.
$20.00 to Ogdon, Salt Lake City,
Butto, Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wanatcheo.
$26.00 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,
and many other Oregon and Washing
ROUND TRIPS JULY 1 TO 10, IN
CLUSIVE. $15.00 to Denver, Colorado Springs
JUNE 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30. INCLUSIVE.
$16.75 to Denvor.
17.35 to Colorado Springs.
17.60 to Pueblo.
28.76 to Olenwood Springs.
MAY 12 TO 18, INCLUSIVE.
$45.00 to San Francisco and Los An
geles. Final return limit July 15.
For full Information call on or ad
dress. B. B. SLOSSON.
!' ! !! ! ; -I' 1 $
f April Twillghta, by Miss
Tho Ward of King Canuto,
by Miss Llnjencrantz 1.20
I Lady Robo'b Daughter, by
f Miss Ward 1.20
t Loroy Mary, by Allco Hegan .85
I Emmy Lou. by Mrs. Martin 1.20
T Tho Traitors, by Apponhoim 1.20
I Tho aBttlo Ground, by Ellon
A Whaloman's Wife, by
Frank Bullon 1.20
and all iht new book, at
i Phone 6S 127 So. lltf St.
fr . ,. ; .. ! , ,, I ,;, , ,;. , .;. ,j.
Joel StcbbinH. '99, will receive hip
I'll I), this spring at the University of
California. He has been offered a pro
fessorship In astronomy by the Univer
sity of Illinois.
for acccptmbl Idea.
State If patented.
THE PATENT RECORD,
on price of tho Patknt Rbooxd $LO0
per annum, oompioa tree.
The unsightly old building on tin
ground recently purchased for the
Rockefeller building Is being torn
down The erection of a fine new
building on the Bite of the old house
will nld greatly to the beauty of the
University neighborhood At present
the ground Is being used ub a baseball
park for the Binall boys of the vicinity,
and as billboard Bpace.
Professor Hale, of Chicago Unlver
Blty, who 1b one of the leading authori
ties on I-atln In the country, has been
scoured to deliver an address before
the Ijitln session, which meets next
December In connection with the state
teachers' association. The executive
commltteo of tho teachers' association
has extended to him an Invitation to
address their meeting also.
KIDER AGENTS WANTED
in eacii town to tnko oraors lor our now mgn uraao
New 1903 Models
"BolllSO," Comploto $8.75
" CoSSack," Guaranteed High Grado $10m7S
"Siberian," ABoauty $12.75
"Noudorf," Road Racer $14.75
no bettor bicyclo at any prlco.
Any other tnako or model you want at one-third
usual price. Choice of any standard tiros and best
oqulpmont on all our blcyclos. Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow (O DAY8 FREE
TRIAL before purchaso la binding.
500 Second Hand Wheels o . Q
taken in trade- by our Chicago retail stores, WfJ TV uQ
all makes and models, irood as now
HI UfflT DIIV bicyclo until yon havo rrlten for our
Ull Hill HUT FACTORY PRICES AND FREE TRIAL OFFER.
Tiros, oquipment. sundries and sportlnir goods of all kinds, at half regular price.
In our big Ireosundrf catalog. Contains a world of usoful information. Wrlto for It.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III.
ml I utaiSk
W V MUSHESWy
BEST LINE TO
and ST. LOUIS
between Lincoln and Kansas
City every night at J 0:05 p. m.
New city ticket office, southwest
corner J2th and O streets.
F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
Thera Is considerable confusion In
tho chem lab of late, due to the fart
that there are no assistants to ovorseo
tho laboratories and glvo individual
help. Tho instructors very much re
grot this state of affairs, for many
students do not bring tuelr work up to
requirements, and report that, unlesd
Bornothlng is done In the way of reme
dying the situation, there will bo an
unusual number of flunks thlB BomeG-tor.
On account of tho continued bad
weather, the girls' tennla courts north
of tho armory have not been marked
out thlB spring, and the girls aro
obliged to seek recreation indoors.
There is a movement on foot to Intro
duce field hockey next year. This is
an outdoor game, a combination of
golf and shlnney. and affords both
amuuemcnl and good healthful exer
cise. It is much played in eastern colleges.
Nebraska Business and Shorthand College
Boyd's Theater Building, Omaha, Nebraska
A. C. ONG. A. M.. LL. B.. President A. J. LOWRY. Principal
Tho Palace Barber Shop; 8 chairs.
Students who are going home for
the summer Bhould tog out before leav
ing. One way to look well dressed Is
to buy the right kind of furnishings.
We think all studenta know the repu
tation or the Toggery, 1141 O. for tho
most ultra fashions In fiirnlshlngs and
clothes. Stock up before going home.
Chapln Bros., florista, 127 So. 13th,
$3.00 coi jjuiation ticket for 2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe. 117 No. 12th St
Studonta are cordially invited.
Tho finest and most thoroughly equipped school In tho West. $10,000.00
oxpended In furnlturo, furnishings, typewriters, otc. Banking fixtures aa flno
as any banking house. Elegant roll top desks and rovolvlng ofllco chairs
in Commercial Dopartmont; Yalo lock, Oxford box desk, finished In golden
oak, in Shorthand Department. Over fifty typewriters, five different stand
ard makes, in Typewriter Department Faculty consists of six teachers, ail
specialists In tholr lino of work.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THE
A Business or Shorthand Education will open up a thousand different
avenues In life that lead to fame and fortune. Wo havo hundreds of our
graduates holding the best paying positions in banks, railroad offices, cor
porations and business firms throughout tho country. Any one who finishes
(ho courso in this institution is assured of a position.
STATEMENTS OF EMINENT MEN.
"A business training 1b absolutely necessary." John Wanamaker.
"Some of our Btudenta, not yet out of their teens, are making more money
by shorthand than tho principal of the high Bchool." John S. Hart, Prin.
Philadelphia High School.
"I advise parents to have their boys and girls taught shorthand and type
writing." Chaa. Reade, in Tho Coming Man.
THE SELECTION OF A SCHOOL WILL LARGELY DETERMINE YOUR
SUCCESS IN LIFE.
Apply for a cataloguo bound In alligator, tho finest ovor published by a
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