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YOU'LL FIND IT'S A GOOD PLAGE.
FRANCIS BROS.. m&
p,.prict.rS Dpit) 7 Cafe.
Oysters, Fisb and Game in Season.
Also Restaurant at 1418 0 St. LINCOLN, NEBR.
Open all night. Give us a call.
We make a Specialty of 15 cent Meals.
Jfs the Place..
You want to go to when you want to
purchase magazines, periodicals, news
papers and novels. Always on hand.
Eleventh and O streets, Richards block.
THE LINCOLN NEWS AGENCY,
C. L. SPENCER, Mgr.
THE M. C. LILLY COMPANY
College and Military Uniforms and Equip
ments. Oxford Gowns and Caps, Ban
ners Flagj etc Correspondence Solicited.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
And a complete stock of Standard and
1 27 SO. ELEVENTH ST
Bath House and Sanitarium.
Cor. 14th and M btreets, Lincoln, Neb.
Open at all Hours, Day and Night.
All forms of bath
TURKISH, RUSSIAN AND ROMAN.
DRS. M. H. AND J. O. EVERETT,
All forms of baths Turkish, Russian,
electric, with Hpecinl attention to the ap
plication of NATURAL SALT WATER
baths, sovoral times stronger than sea
water, for the cure of rheumatism, ner
vous difficulties and many other diseases.
The Rath House Is the most complete in
the woild. Sea Bathing may be enjoyed
at all BonRoiiH In our lurge, magnificent
Salt wntor Swimming Pool, 50x150 ft.,
and 3 to 10 ft. deep, heated to a uniform
temperature of 8G degrees.
IT IS 7,257
AND HAS RUN
A SPECIAL TRAIN
CHICAGO TO DENVER
1025 MILES IN
1017 MINUTES AND
Is the short line to Chicago, Peoria, St.
Louis, Kansas City, and Denver. No
change of cars. For tickets and lnfor
tnn'lon apply tot B & M. depot or city
of.. , TnorlOth and O sts. Lincoln, Neb,
O. W, BONNELL C. P. & T. A.
i C EMLERS
Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
126 So. lltb SI, 'wS!?'c"
Cotrcll & Leonard,
Albany, New York.
Makers of the...
Caps, Gown and Hoods.
to tho American Colleges and Universities.
Illustrated manual, samples, prices etc,
upon request. Gowns for the Pulpit and
First National Bank,
N. S. nARWOOD, President.
CHAS. A. HANNA, Vice-President.
F. M. COOK, Cashier.
C. S. LIPPJNCOTT, and
B. S. FREEMAN. Ass't Cashier.
A. G. SPALDTNG & BROS.,
. The name the guarantee.
Outfitters to all the leading colleges,
athletic clubs and preparatory schools.
Every Requisite for Athletic Sport
SPALDING'S BASEBALL SUPPLIES.
Managers should send
for samples and special
rates on uniforms and
supplies before purchas
ing. Every facility for the
best value at least cost.
Gymnasium Equipments Catalogue Free.
Spalding's Athletic Library contains books
on every form of athletic sport. Published
monthly. Price ten cents.
THE SPALDING BICYCLE,
Strong, light, easy running. Perfection
of mechanical skill.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Dr. James B. Angell president of tho
university of Michigan, lias received a lot
tor from sovcral United Slates sonators
nuking him to allow his name to bo pre
sented as a candidate for minister to Tur
key. ll has asked for time to consider
Tho university of Michigan has a blind
wrestler, J. P. Hamilton who holds tho
stato amateur light, welter, mlddlo and
heavy weight whresllng championship.
Of the men who havo made up the All
American football teams since the llrst
one In 1800, Yale has had fifteen, Princeton
thlr.cen, Harvard ten, Pennsylvania eight
and Cornell one.
On the University Held of the university
of Ohio, tho base ball team of that univer
sity, defeated that of Ann Arbor by tho
score of 1 to 11. Ohio won tho game In
tho ninth Inning, when four runs were
The freshman class at Columbia Is rais
ing $2,500 to purchase a boat and defray
training expenses of the crew.
Tho Illinois state unlvorslty has been In
volved to tho extent of JS23.000 by a re
cent bank failure In Chicago.
The students of Virginia will honor the
memory of Edgr Allen Poe by placing
the poet's bust In their main bulld.ng. Its
cost will bo defrayed by subscription.
Secret Inquiry Into the enses of ten or
more successful Intercollegiate contest
ants has disclosed the fact that, with but
one exception, the time spent by each in
the preparation of his oration hos been
from one to three years.
Professor Seymour, chairman of the
managing commt.tco ot the American
School at Athena, states that this year all
the archaeological excavations In Greece
under the auspices of the school will be
discontinued owing to the threatened war.
President Eliot recommends to Harvard
students to study ten hours, sleep eight,
exercise two, leaving four hours for meals
and social duties.
Vanderbllt fraternities have adopted a
novel idea. Each one his laid out a frat
ernity bed upon the campus. Tne result
has been highly gratifying to the aesthet
Dr. Woodward president of the board of
onrntor of the university of Missouri haa
resigned his position. He gives as his rea
son for so doing the fact that he feels his
Inability to do the Institution justice with
the short appropriation granted by the
Missouri legislature, ami he wishes to be
freed of the great responsibility resting
upon him. Ex-Gevernor Stone has been
mentioned as Dr. Woodward's successor.
President James H. Can field will deliv
er the commencement address at Illinois
university this year.
Students of the Northwestern Univer
sity at EvanstOtvn are much troubled over
the new civil service rules for the govern
ment life-saving service on the lake, which
practically precludes them. The students
have earned fame for their effective hero
Ism In this work. The building Is on the
campus, and was granted In considera
tion that the crew be students. This has
been o since 1S7C. The loasa h.in expired
and the building must be removed. The
story of the crew's services would be dril
ling roadlng. It has twice received the
thanks of congress for saving life.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
Students and others who wish to Im
prove their time profitably, while in col
lege or during tho summer months, should
tnke an agency for "Everybody's Diction
ary" veat pocket size. This little diction
ary contnlns over 33,000 words and Is the
most useful book published. One man has
sold more than 1,500 copies. It makes a
splcnd d "side line" In connection with
other business. Write for catalogue and
torms, to The Practical Text Book Co.,
IF THE WORK IS DONE RIGHT
You never have any trouble with a point
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Ing pointed and round toe shoes, having
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H CAPES, Practical shoemaker.
133 South Eleventh Street.
BY THE WAY Do you know that the
North-Western Is tho blggcBt railroad sys
tom touching Lincoln? That It has 8,000 i
miles of track, the best equipped In the j
world, that It Is the shortest line to Chi
cago, and makes the quickest time, and
Is tho only direct through lino to St. Pauj
and Duluth? It is the truth. Just make
a nolo of it and when next you travel use
City Office 117 South 10th street.
Depot corner 8th and S streets,
THE LUNCHEON ROOM.
The proprietors of the university lun
cheon room announce that they are bet
ter prepared than ever to servo strictly
home made goods with convenience to
all. A sample bill of fare is:
Soup , 6 cents
Plum pudding 6 cents
Bread and butter 2 cents
Coffee, tea or coooa ,. 4 cents
Two Joughnuts , 3 cents
Pie , Scents
It's No Longer a Question
Where the younr? men buy the Nobby Furnishing
Goods and Hats. It's at the
THE ARMSTRONG CLOTHING GO.
There is n roason for this. Tho Armatrong Clothing Co.
nro up-to (Into mid carry a stock which would do credit to
Chicago or Now York.
A Word about Spring Suits
Wo havo an entirely now stock and our suits for young mon
at 5.40, $7.50, $10, $12.50 and $15 havo a Btylo and snap
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see our stock.
Cet our Prices...
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