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hW ju By the docision of tho iudgos on manuscript in tho local ora
torical contest tho following persons will speak tonight: Kona
Alderman, Leo Berry, 0. W. Jones, 0. F. Horner, F. E.
Edgorton, G. A. Talbot, and H. R. Tuckor. No one but Secy.
Benedict knowB tho order that these contestants stand on manu
script but it is safe to predict that tho contest will bo a spirited
Miss Wing, one of the assistants in the library, has been s ick
Students will do well to remember that Westorfiold is yet in
business, at his old stand, 117 North 13th. Latest styles in
Mr. H. D. Landis is anxious to revise Robert's Rules of Or
der so that every man may have the courtesy of tho house oc
casionally in tho debating association meetings.
Chancellor MacLean will address the pupils and patrons of
Clinton school tho 30th, and Holdredge, Tuesday night, March
14th. Music will be furnished by "The Darling Mandolin
The boys' class in advanced elocution enjoyed a debate on
the-Anglo-American Alliance question, Tuesday afternoon.
Messrs. Walker and Nelson eloquently championed the alliance
scheme, and Messrs, 0. J. Warner and Waterman advocated
the doctrine of noninterference.
The keenest economist, in the Senior class from a practical
point of view, is Pugh. This is conceded almost unanimously
since ho missed his breakfast to got the first whack at tho win
dow for Sol Smith Russell Tickets There was a spirit of
philanthropy in all this for he was providing for tho sororities,
that they might have choice seats.
ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERYWHERE for "Tho Story of tho Philip
pines," by Murat Halstcad, commissioned by tho Government as ( "lllclal Historlun
to tho War Department. Tho book was writton In army camp at San Francisco
on tho PaclUc with Gonoral Morritt, In tho hospitals at Honolulu, In Hong Kong, In tho
American tranches at Manila, In tho Insurgent camps with Aguinaldo. on tho deck of
Olympla with Dowoy, and in tho roar of battlo at tho fall of Manila, Bonanza for
agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on tho spot
Largo book. Low prlcos. Big profit, Freight paid. Orcdlt given Drop all trashy
unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address II. L. Barbor, Gen. Mugr., 330 Dearborn
Kent College of Law.
Marshall D. Ewell, LL. D., M. D., Dean.
School year opened September 5, 1808. Thrco
year course. Improved methods uniting theory and
practice. THESOHOOLOF PRAOFIOEI8 THE LEAD
INQ FEATURE. Evening sessions of ten hours a week
for each class. Students can be self surroimNa
wiiile studying. Arrangements made for supple
mental proliminary education. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momcyer, LL. B., Secretary,
018-619 ASHLAND BLOCK. CHICAGO, ILL.
FOR MEN AND TOUNQ MEN
We show perhaps the largest assortment of New Spring Top Coats to
be found anywhere in the state. The styles this spring are unusually
atractive. The prices are even more attractive.
We show several hundred elegant pure wool covert spring coats that
have always sold et $io.oo.
We show an extensive line which are wonders for value, style and finish
We show silk lined top coats, also those lined with Italian cloth
Handsome patterns, proper cuts, clever finish.
We are showing coats that have silk velvet collars and are lined
throvghout with pure silk. They are strong $15.00 coats and
haw never been shown in Lincoln for less than $16.00.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
1013 to 1019 O Street.
J. H. PETTIT
Has moved bis shop to 1439 O, on south side of street, and will be glad to see
old customers, also new ones.
ODP AXjXj KINDS.
D. E. DE PUTROM,
Room 5; 1041 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
EDIGA12 I .
The high standard and progressive
methods which have given this
School its enviable reputation for
over thirty years are carefully main
tained. For circulars of detailed informa
tion address the Secretary,
Dr. N. S. DAVIS.
2431 Dearliorn St,, - - CHICAGO, ILL.
For Fine, Home-Made
1321 O Street. .
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