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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1905)
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S'aJace sad Moral.
swCYCLWs-ATHLHTIC GOODS Bl-
OOKS-STATIONBRY Oo-, lia-
ootn Book Store, TTi. Book Store,
Brtnm Drf Oo.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional BOOKBINDING Ollleepie.
BTTATNOSfe OOLLSHB Liaeoln Burt-
OANDI1S Wbsdwartt Oaafty Oo.
OARPHNTBll-Oeo. A. Wtteon.
OATBRfJit "Tommy," at Wip1 Drug
QsQAflS FreA A. Powell, Utkaay.
GLBANBR8 AND DYBRII Elliott,
0L0THING Annetrong, Mogeo A
OOALr-Grauory, P. D. 9mth, White-
DANCING HALLf-Fratwrolty Hall.
DISEASES OP BYE, BAR ft THROAT
BRUGJ0JPTS Btelner, Woempener,
Brow, Mann, Rector, Herey.
DRY GOODS Killer ft Peine, Herpo!-
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Llncaln
FLORISTS Cnapln Broa.
FURNITURE Rudge ft Guenzel, A.
M. Davie, Hardy.
GROCERIES Keystone, 1L N. Town.
HABERDASHERY 2. 50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge ft Guenttl, F.
JKWDLER Taeker, Wolff, E. Flem
fa. LAXKNDRIES Yule Broa.
LIVERY -Forbes Stable.
WOVELTY -MACHINIST Thorp. ,
PHOTOGRAPHER Towneend, Hay
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
ell. PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Try Preaa, Review Preee, Qrif
in ft Greer.
RBSTAURANTB WeBtorfleld, Oom
'eron, Gaod 4Healtk.
ROLLER 'SKATING Auditorium.
iHAMPOOmO The Famous.
-SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
SHINING PARLOR Union Saining
aTUITORIUM Weber, a
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, KodiB & Marx.
'IrfATTBRS'r BURBAUW. D. Grant
DOLLARS FOR NICKELS
MubIc at chapol.
Republicans, 11 a. m U 207.
Baaketball in the armory, Kansas
City Y. M. C. A. ts. Nebraska.
Y. W. C. A. election of offlcors, 11
a. m., U 106.
The first Bomi-conteat for Chicago
Sophomores, 11 a. m., Memorial hail.
All candidates for the 'varsity track
team are urged to como out Saturday,
Feb. 18 at 2:30 p. m., when the reg
ular work will begin. Dr. Clapp wishes
all candidates to como out in order
that they may get form and be in good
physical condition when weather per
mits outdoor work to begin.
It is probable tha,t meets will be ar
ranged with Colorado (in Lincoln),
Minnesota (at Iowa City), Ames (at
Ames), and South Dakota (olther at
Vermillion or at Sioux City).
It is also possible that Nebraska will
send a team to tho Minnesota Relay
Carnival to bo hold about May 1st.
ThiB will bo patterned after tho Penn
sylvania relays andgold watches for
firsts, silver watchos for seconds, and
medals for third prizes will bo given.
Winning teams get banners.
FRED A. POWELL
Ifivir Tkutra Hi., 135 K 19th Stmt
The gymnastic contest for places on
the Chicago team will be divided into
two parts. At each somi-contost only
part of the apparatus will bo used. The
first one will bo held Wednosday oven
ing, Feb. 22, and If Dr. Clapp is suc
cessful in his plan, the varlouB gym
nastic events will be interspersed with
semi-finals and finals of an inter-closs
relay potato race. About one month
will intervene between the semi-contests
and tho best men in both will re
ceive ribbons. No cup will bo given
this year but the man making tho most
points In both contests gets an "N."
Saturday, Feb. 18, is tho last day on
which entries for tho gymnastic con
test will bo received.
The second "Monday evening" talk
will be given before tho law students
by R. L. Mockett, Esq., Feb. 20. Mr.
Mockett's subject will be, "How to Get
Commercial Business and How to Han
dle It." Informal talks on practical
matters have been arranged by the
law department for every Monday
evening. These talks by experienced
lawyers will prove very profitable to
the law students. R. S. Allen, Esq.,
has been scheduled to speak Feb. 27.
The Supremo Court of the Law
School has held no session for the last
three weeks on account of tho fact
that all the cases in tho old docket had
been tried. A new dockot lo being pre
pared and tho trial's are expected to
begin again in about two weeks.
Forbes' Stable, Svevy, eab aa4
gage eervtee. llM-U P sir eel Bell
phone, 0B0. Ac4o fhema Utt.
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and threat 27-8 Richards
block. Phone W.
Limealn Transfer Oe.; engaga
Get the beat Hendeveoa ft Ames
uniforms, at Armaaroaga.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, Be.
Chains for laaies. MIS O street.
Oyster stair X seats at Oasoeres's
new Reatamraat, lit Seats. lBtk.
Fresh herae-mae eajUUes at Max
wen's, UU O 81 and lftfc aa M tie.
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TOURIST CARS POPULAR
The idoa that an inferior class of peoplo patroniro
tho tourist Bloopers is an orror. On many trips
only tho boat class of travelers are found.
Thoy are moroly mon and womon of
good sense who would rather travel
in this manner andsave a snug sum
of money to be used oleewhoro. It is
by no moans necessary for tho traveler to
spend a large sum of monoy in order to enjoy a
trip to the Pacific Coast. If yon cross the continent
in ono of the tourist sleepers of tho
Yon will onjoy your trip and save considerable
monoy. Inquire of
E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent
You should have a Phonograph in
your homo. Let us sell you ono on
Look for This
N f treat
Skatos ground by electricity. Bicy
cle repairing. Athletic goods.
Girard Cycle G'mpy
304 O Street
For something artistic and
up-to-date try our Platinums
Rates for Students. . . . . .
o29 O STREET
Tht newest ao4 ilnest Jajf
Shop Im Nebr ajkuu JPatUco
Uf attention f hrea to
neck and scalp maafif. J
f 206 O Stn Burr Block
Shoes Made to Order
NULL & McCOY
1839 o eStreot
the merits tod advanttf a offered by the various
railway lines before purchasinr tickets Th
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has elecfoiolightcd trains, solid vesfibufcel,
steam heated, equipped with erery modem
safety device, heavy steel first-class road-bed and
many other advantages. Write to
F. A. NASH, General Western Agent, 1524 Farnai Stmt,
For Sale Only at Harley's Drug Stpre, 11th and O.
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