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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1904)
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"Rollovi tho Flag."
Prof Ames, of the Harvard I aw
sihool. isltcd the University last Sat
Sfiinway and Sons.
The Piano Without
Vose & Bonn
A. B. Chose
Stoger & Sons
Reed & Sons
SchraoMer & Mueller
And Twenty Other Makes
We sell new pianos on $5.00
Schmoller & Mueller
The largest piano house In the
Are You Going
N. E. A.
Nertr tafsn ha. th N. . A.
xnofl Its jnMtiar with meh
wo4rfa opportunity fr tha
Teaoker, iMtrootor or Profewor.
Tka rauta ria tka BurllagtM
will ba Ik faroriU oaa. aa II haa
6. W. Bonmll
Olty FiMotar Aaaat
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mf'g Go.
Anterior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
'tures, Water Tanks,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
a 111 !lnKat4U. rYaaldent
A, J. lAWm H. S. FftUMAN
iH. B. VJU FRANK PARK1
Asm. C'ialar AfH. Caakltr
f. K AamamDAT. Auditor.
UNvmo trxTCi drpoitpry.
Circulars concerning the Rummer
school excursion can he hc tired at
the executive office. Also all desiring
to make arrangements for accommoda
tions, etc. can do so by applying at
the treasurer's office
Valuable Portrait Found.
At last, after many years of search.
a portrait has come to light of Ne-ko-mn,
perhaps the most widely luiown
and most talked of Indian woman
among all the plains tribes Nc-ko-ma
was an Iowa, and became the wife of
.,-r .John dale, a surgeon of the Sixth
legiment. United States infantry, by
whom she had one daughter, who mar
tied .Joseph La Flesch (Iron Eye), chief
of the Omahas, and of this union came
Bright EypB, famous throughout this
country and Europe as a lecturer on
Indian Rights .and who became the
wife of T H Tibbies, editor of the
Nebraska Independent. Ne-ko-ma af
ter her desertion by Dr. Gale, married
Peter A. Sarpy, the noted Nebraska
pioneer and fur trader. This interest
ing, storx- with, accompanying poi traits
has been prepared for the Morton His
tory of Nebraska.
Regarding The Exposition.
An interesting concession at the
world's fair is "The Creation.' A spec
tator is embarked on a boat and
whisked through past centuries, going
back through many scenes until he
reaches the Garden of Elen. But he
sUll goes back, through the spectacular
phases of evolution. There is a para
disical finale full of electricity and
"The CHIT Dwellers" furnishes niany
Interesting sights. A representation
of the most ancient of the famous cliff
dwellings to be found in the Mancos
and Cape Verde canyons in Arizona
and New Mexico, is exhibited. There
is a mammoth cliff over one hundred
feet high, where are shown the rude
habitations of the now extinct cliff
dwellers. Peoplo can climb and pass
through all parts.
"The Temple of Mirth" is well
named. It will consist of about 75
to 100 French plate mlrrois and a few
distorting mirrors, set so as to give
the most absurd grotesque reflections
to the visitor, who is lost and trying
to find his way out. These distorting
mirrors will look like an ordinary mlr
lor. but the effect will be funny, and
will be seen throughout this labyrinth.
Guides will be along to show the
visitors the thousand of themselves In
The- Whltebreaat Co.. at HOG O St.,
It the place to buy coal.
Wirlck's Trunk & Bag Store, 1036 O.
The Home Cafe for strawberry
& COAL CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Lumber and Coal
Manufacturers o f
General office 201-202-203 Fraternity Bid
Yards 125 to 140 So. Eighth St. '
Telephone Gen. office 120; Lumbtr
Yjird 13; Cent nrd 45.
ThU aigrfaturo ia on ovor box of tho conuiat
Laxative Brotno-Quinine Tablet.
the remedy that curt n cold la one day
Many Miles Shortest
to St. Louis.
The only line with its own Station at the main i-
8 trance of the World's Fair Grounds. Many special
ratci during: the Exposition. AH agents can sell via the
HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
The Man who
Constantly lor opportunity to better his condi
tion In the man who .some day will succeed. If
tills mun will apply to the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
ho will receive such -inlormation regarding
lands located on or reached by this railway as
will aid him in his hunt lor happiness and
F. A. Nash, Gen'l Western Agt., 1524 Farnam St.
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