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No othor Buooy mndo can bo comparod pni i i rui o I I O RlinfiY
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WE HAVt, BICYCLES Ctsiv'iSrirrnrxAil'AA.v-"
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Thi . i t r pehOt iirvittoofifi
Ready to Write
Instrument of To-day is
an Indispensable convenience for
Every Pen warranted to give satis
faction. Prices according to value,
L. E. Waterman Co.
Larg"At Fountain Pen nanulacturer In the
157 Broadway, New York.
IS THE BEST
G. E. HAGER, Aqent, Law Library
f "SEVENS FAVORITE" !
2-tnch barrel, weight , ' inmnds.
C irefully bored and tustfil For
.22, .25 and 32 rlm-firc cartridges.
No. I 7.
Plain Open Sights, $6.00
argct Sights, $8.50
Ask your dealer for the " FA VO
TUTE.'' If he doesn't keep It wo
will send, prepaid, on receipt of
.Send btamp for complete cata
logue showing our full line, with val
uable information regarding rules
and ammunition in general.
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""mi1" P.O.Box 921 d
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Gregory sells Coal
Best Quality. Best Price
10.14 O Street.
It nTnkes Down."
202-4-6 South 11th St.
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UNION TEACHERS' AGENCIES
Rev. L. D. BASS, I). D., ManaRer.
Pittsburg, Pa., Toronto. Can.. New
Orleans, La., New York, N. Y., Wash
ington, D. C. San Francisco, Cal.. Chi
cago, III., St. Louis., Mo., Denver, Colo.
Thureuro thousands of positions to bo tilled.
Wo hiul ovor 8.UUO vai'iiiicles last sonson. Un-
l Murpussod fiiuillllor, fui iiluoliiK' toailiors in any
pari 01 tuo uniiuu oiaius or uiuiuuu. unu ii'o
ruKlsturs In nino olllci s
Address all Applications to Washington, D.C.
Weekdays Sundays Holidays
Stormy Days Cold Days
and all other days
DENVER LIMITED . .
Loaves Lincoln 0 p. 111. oxactly. Arrives at
I)cnrer7:IOu. 111. precisely
Denver people have named
this train "OLD TRUSTY"
ALWAYS ON TIME.
City Ticket Oftli'u:
Corner 10th and O Sis
7th M oel.PHiidQ
. . . Iiureau
Cottrel & Leonard
Albany. Now York.
Makers of the
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and Uni
versities Illustrated manual samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench
TWO TRAINS DAILY BF.TWEEN
Lincoln and Auburn, Fulls City. Atchiion.
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H. Q. Townsend, G. P.-'&'V. A.
F. D. Cornell, C. P. & T.A.
' .' .''6 ' 1
MISS WINOHIt IONTHUTALNH.
Miss Mttrgurot Winger dcllghtfiilh
entertnlnud Iter frlcndH at uiuiIh l'rl
diiy evening, at her home, VMS J
Htroi't. 'Plilrteon tubli'H were itriviuuotl
for hI hnntled lienrtH. Tlie parlors
won- prettily doeornted with llowern
and HinlliiN. At tihe elose of the games
deli 'IoiIh ri'freslimeiitH were nerved.
.MIhs Winger wuh asHlHted In nerving
bv MIhh lloldbrook. Miss Otttcalt and
Mr. C'rimilall won the great est number
of gameH and reeelved the reward for
it. The I'oiiHolatiou nrlzen were given
lo MIhh .lii.vnen and .Nlr. Ilaymonil. The
invited giieHtH were Misses Mulr.v, Put
nam, Ollteiilt. .InekHon, llotltz, fiert
riule Maeomber. Foster, Hlehards, Mi
nor, Ciiniiingliiini, .lane Maefarnihl,
IImi'IiIiiiiii. Iliirgrenves Woods, Don
llariev. Lansing. Hill. Weleh, Klrkpnt
riek 11 f St. .Iiixi-pli, lileketts, llnrpir,
Klleii (lei 1'. Mnmle Maeomber, Vanell,
Wntkliis, llnmmond. Wetel, lessle
Maerarlauil. Laura Itrldge, .layiies, Til
Lev, IMua Barley, MeMenemy, McMil
lan, I Li yes, LaSelle, llnwley, Hflymon i,
Friinees Here Weeks, Cole, Wheilon,
Nona Bridge. " lloldbrook, .lohns'iu,
Briiadv. MnrKliall, Whiting, and (iel
Inlv of Fairbur.v. Messrs. Tukey, IIIII,
Killlnii. Stein, 'itainy, Collelt, Brown,
Sheild, Hayes, Clark Pearse. naeeker,
L.vle. Cluin). Manehester, ( useaililni.
Il'arnien, Knrsmeyer, Louis Korsmeyer,
twood Fawell, Mnlson. Weeks, Bar
ber. Webster. Fllgerahl. Sawyer. Iteh
lander, Wnlkiiis, (leorge Sheild, B.irt
lett. Leibmau l-JdmNtnii. Covvgill,
Teeters, Ohiipi'ii, Wehn. Lelimer Bald
win, lloldbroiik. MeCreery, Broad,
Christie. Heed. Uayinond, Sheldon, and
IS THIS N'KBHASKA- !
The rural legislator with a eorrugnted J
Now lays the public burden down to
ehase the gleaming plow,
And mourns the fact that bills he1
framed were but a waste of j
That all his words nf eloquence
touehed not 'the proper spot.
He mourns because his coming boon
will meet with no applause.
Constituents will not assail his ears
with glad huzzas,
But more than all he mourns, because
he can no longer stay
And wear the look of dignity fur sev
en plunks a day.
The Chicago t'niversily coined) club
recently gave two performances of
"The Ueecitful Dean." a strictly uni
versity drama. The proceeds. 'ib-Mil
..ODil'vvere given to the I'niversl-y set
At (lie fencing tournament, held a
short time ago, at the Fencers' club in
New York, for the championship of the
Amateur Fencers' league, the Harvard
team, composed of (J. II. Breed, A. B.
Lapslcy and M. Green, was victorious,
with IKi points. The names of the
other teams and the number of points
made by them are as follows: B. A. A.,
Ill); New York A. ('., 7; Fencers' club
11; Columbia, ."; Cornell, !l.
The delegates from the various .ic-bating-
societies at Yale have oigin
ied what is called t'hc Yale Debut lug
association. The object of this emu
inittcc Is to manage intercollegia.e
and interclub debates, and to eerei.se
a general supervision over denati'ig
interest of the university . The olllcers
have been elected as follows: Piv-i-dent,
K. B. Boise, '!!; vice president,
C. P. Kliehel. L. S.; secretary. A. 1).
I.i av ill. 'ill); trctisurti. K. W. Ong. '(.
Uepresentatives from Vale, Prinei
Uiu, Peuns.vlvania, Cornell and ( oliim
bia met Monday at llavemycr liall,
Columbia university, and formed a
cross-country association, to be known
as the Intercollegiate Cross-Co mil. '.v
association of Amateur Athletics of
America. A constitution was adopted
and general plans talked over for the
coining year. The new association will
bold its first annual meet this fall, to
which meet eaeli of the above univei
sities will .send a team.
Of the !' members in the faculty
of the I'niver.sity of Michigan, 1(1 have
taken upon examination, the degree of
doctor of philosophy. Fourteen won
the degree at the I'uivcrsity of Mich
igan the at Cornell, four at Johns
Hopkins, four at Harvard, and one
each at Chicago, Yale, and Allegheny
College. Nine took all of their aca
demic degrees at a single instPnlion,
namel.v. seven at Michigan nirl one
each at Harvard and Johns lloiikiiio.
Sixteen received the doctors degree
at Foreign universities five at Leipslc,
two at Jena, and one each at Frei
bourgh in Baden, Bonn, ("ilnsgovv. Mu
nich, Yieuiia. Marburg, Berne, Zurich
"n lmiihct tale speeds jbest being
Better World bicycles than evci
have been made.
Better bicycles than are made any
where at any price.
I The bic.vclc which we have been 7
1 years building.
I The 'Oil World falls heir to all the
'good points of its predecessors.
I The product of the best bieycic fac
tory in the world.
Two models only-' the best models.
Two 1 rices only the. popular prices.
1 Vo have always made bicycles TO
We have resisted the temptation to
make them only TO SIS Mi.
Tlie '00 World is the most rldcaLle
machine to be seen In any country.
Price, .'.() and $10.
WANTED-mWEUAI. TKUS'I'U OUTHY
person In this stuto to "MitiiiKo our huj
noss in their own and near bv countlcn It Is
malnlv ofllco work conducted at hom. Salary
ftrnlpht $ooo rt yCar nnd oxiieuyiis, dfiln'tn
bonatldo. no more, no Iqhr xftlarv.-' Monltilv J7S
Itoforeni'i's Enclnsu Hoir'niinrcsu siainpeti
r'niuwrrE. Hkss, Prest.
r Dopt. M. I'hleiiKo.
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO.
NEW SUITS, WAISTS,
Skirts, Millinery, Dress Goods,
Shoes, etc., etc., of the very fine
est styles, the most desirable
qualities and always and ever
dependable. Then, the prices
named always represent a re
markable saving. What more
VRICHT, KAY & CO
Send for Outa okiio uml Price List. Special
ilcslKtis on application
140-142 Woodward Ave , - DETROIT. WICH
Students work u Specialty.
1144 O ST.
(looil Harbors, Now Furniture, l.xcullent Work
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE nnd HELENA
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has the Best Modern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen. AKt., io-u O St., J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
H. G. BURT, Pres., E. DICKINSON, Gen. Mgr., E L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.
For Style, Quality and Price .
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You should cull on
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143 N. 13th St. - Oliver Theatre Building
lluvo your noxt shirts
inado to order if you
want thorn to fit and
wear. It's economy in
tho long run, to say
nothing of tho comfort
One-half dozen to order,
white 01 colored,
Harper's Shirt Factory,
Upstairs, 101a O Street.
I havo the only shirt factory In Lincoln.
BEST ROUTE FROM
PLATES, FILMS, CARDS
AND PRINTINO PAPER
FOR flA-E DY
MMnni.N DUATrt CIIDDT V M
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115 S. 1 1 th St., Lincoln, Neb.
PrOLSPEiEU & (JO.
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