The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 09, 1905, Image 4

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WHEN buying collars you
want the kind that will At beat,
look best and last the longest.
They're the
ARROW
QUARTER SIZE
COLLARS
They nrc made In four lici to
the Inrti. of shrunk innterlnli.
nnd you Imvc over l()0 .styles to
elect from.
15c each; 2 for 25c
CLUETT. PRAnODY & CO.
Lnrgcit mnkcru of Col Ian & ShlrU
In the world
Sam Westerfield
Proprietor of
Sam's
Cafe
Liitlo Gora Hot
(Vufllos and Fine
Mtinln nnd
LonoheH.
117-121 'North 13
Street
CbarlesB. Gregory
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NO. 1044 O STREET
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culation of nny sclontltlo Journal. Terms. $8 a
year i four months, SL 8old brail newsdealers.
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New Gazetteer of the World
New Biographical Dictionary
Edltod by W. T. HAuttIS, Ph.D., LfD.,
fj. S. Corumlaalonor of Iiducutlon.
5000 Illustrations.
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G. a C ME.R1UAM CO.
Publishers,. J9prlncftld, Mas.
Track Men This Morning.
Dr. Clapp has called a mcetlhg of
the track men at his ofilee today at
chapel time. All the men are urged to
be out since one of the objects of the
meeting Is to correct faults noticed In
Saturday's preliminaries. A number of
new men were out and the meeting
will be especially valunble to thorn.
All classes should look up their men
for next Saturday's lnter-class meet,
since material for the varsity squad
In sometimes found at these meets.
Ht-sldes the regular ovents .there will
be a 220 relay, each squad consisting of
four men. The InterclaBS cup will be
furnished by Fleming, the Jeweler.
Dr. French III.
Dr. French, who has been In the
Sanitarium for several days, under
went a surgical at that place last
Sunday morning. The trouble proved
to bo a case of gall-stones, but he
recovered from the operation and is
out of danger. His classes are being
cared for by Professor and Mtb. Hln
man. The professor teaches his classes
In ethics and philosophy of religion
while Mrs. Hlnman looks after his
Masses in psychology.
ThO'-editors of the Sombrero have
announced that the book will be put
on sale next week. The annual has
been In the hands of the printer for
homo time nnd the work of binding
the book will also be done soon. The
book has many new nnd excellent fea
tures .among which Is a full leather
binding. The half tones and engrav
ings are much superior to those used
in previous annuals. The price of the
bool; will be the regular one of $1.50.
Three of the utudents In the Depart
ment of Forestry who have been out on
tho United States Forest Reserve at
Ijalsey. Nebraska, returned a few days
ago. They are Messrs. Frazler. Pear
son and Goldman. The men have been
the line or work that they expect to
follow and show the effects of the
month's work in the open air How
ever, they have gained some further
knowledge of forestry through the
work and do not regret the experience
The University Herbarium now con
tains about one hundred thousand
plants. On account of the great
weight of tho collection It Is no longer
possible to put any more cases In
Room 110 where most of tho herbar
ium ia stored, but it has been found
necessary to put two long cases in the
corridor of Nebraska hall.
TOURIST CARS POPULAR.
The Idea that nn Inferior class of
people patronize tho tourist sleepers Ib
an error. On many trips only tho best
class of travelers are found. They
are merely men and women of good
sense who would rather travel to Cull
fornlu In this manner and save a snug
sum of money to be used elsewhere.
It Is beginning to be understood that
it Is by no means necessary for tho
traveler to spend a largo sum of
money In order to enjoy a trip to tho
Pacific Coast.
If you cross the continent In one
of thol tourist sleepers of tho Union
Pacific you will enjoy your trip and
save considerable money. Inquire of
E. B. Slosson, Gen'l Agent.
GREEN'S BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
Palace, 109 No. 11th Street.
Oyster stew 25 coufs at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and
P streets.
For Fun. see Steele, 143 S. 12th SL
MAIN THOROUGHFARE
TO THE
Lewis & Clark
EXPOSITION
WILL BE VIA. HE
UNION PACIFIC
This routo gives you 200 miles nlong
tho matchless Columbia Itivor; n trip to
Portland and the Northwest
and an opportunity of visiting
YELLOWSTONE PARK
June 1st to September 19th from Pocatollo or Ogtlon
through Monida. Through truirw
daily. Inquire
E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent
Protected by Block Signals
Tho first railway in Amorica to adopt tho alsoluto
Block System in tho oporation of all trains was tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway
It to-day has more miles of road operated under
block signal rulo than any othor railway company.
Tho St. Paul Road was the first railway to light
its trains by oloctricity, and it now has moro than
400 electric-lighted paasongor cars in daily sorvico.
Throe trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, overy day.
For timo tablo, spocial rato write
F. A, NASH,
Gcuar-ftl Western Agcut, 1SSJ4 VaruMiu Street,
OMAHA, NIfill.
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$18-85 "SSSSSiSS- $18-85
The Missouri Pacific will sell tickets on February 7th,
21st and March 7th and 21st to many points in Louisiana,
Texas, Arkansas and return at $18.85, good for 21 days.
This very low rate includes Galveston, San Antonio, Port
Arthur, and Is much less than one way fare. The Missouri
Pacific has two daily trains from Lincoln to Kansas City and
Sti Louis and all points south, with electric lighted coaches
and the best of ovcrythlnz.
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CITYJTCKET OFFICE
S W. Corner 12th and O Strtcb
P. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A.
E. E. MANN
Carries a full line of
A. A. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them.
117 North Eleventh Llnoolrt
U W. Pomerene. Plumber, 233 S.
11th street.
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127. So. 13th.
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The First National Bank,
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital I 200,000.00
Surplus 100,000.00
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Prea.
A. J. Sawyer, Vlco-Presldent.
H. 8. Freoman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashlor.
Frank Parka, Asst. Cashier.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
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