The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 10, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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German. French. Italian. Spanish VJ
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tutorial Series
oo voli. specially deilrned forcoachln
lur exam, la all college studies
Binds noble
Schoolbooks of all PublUhera
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w T T PHOTOS
Little Ovuls.'l.n per dozen
('( me aud see my work. l'Jl J O Street
VEPY LOW
RATES
Every day during the months of
March and April. 100'i, the UNION
PACIFIC will Hell Colonists one-way
tickets at the following rates
KHOM
MISSOURI RIVER
tyiiO ()() To Ogden-md Salt Lake City.
$ii) OO To ltutte.Anadondaand llel
oua. $12ii 5 To Spokane.
$122 5() To Points on Great Northern
Ity., Spokane to Wonatchee inc,, via
Huntington and Spokane.
$25 OO To Points on Great Northern
Ky., west of Wenatchee, via Hunting
ton and Spokane.
$25 OO To Portland, Tacoma and
Seattle.
$25 OO To Ashland, Ore., and inter
mediate Points, including Itranuh Lines
on S. P. Co. south of Portland via Port
land. $25 OO To San Francisco, Los An
geles and other California Points
Full information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
U. B. SLOSSIiN.
Cheap Rates to
Puget Sound
Points.
"Commencing Murch 1st and. con
tinuing daily until April SUtfc
tho Burlington will sell one waj
Bottlers tickets to tho above
pointb at greatly reduced rates
Call ond get ull information
City Office Oor 10th & 0 SU.
Depot, 7 th & PSta.
TOASTER RECESS.
Tho Kastor recess will begin at 8
am. Friday, Manih 28 "and will end
at (1 pm. Monday, March 31."
SENIORS.
The senior class will hold a meeting
Tuesday March 11th, at 2 pm. In Uni
versity Hall.
CO. It HUP.
Company H or the battalion will
give Its annual hop at Waish hall
next Thursday evening.
.JUNIORS.
Tho Junior class will hold a meet
ing today at 10 o'clock in tho old
cnapel.
PRE-MEDICS MEETING.
Dr. H. II. Everett will address the
pro-mcdlcal society Thursday evening,
March Kl, at 8 pm. in room :i()l,
Mechanic Arts hall. All Interested
are inviton to attond.
T
N. JK. DANCING PARTY.
Ono oj tho prettiest university
dances that ha-, boon given for some
time look place a Walsh hall last
Friday night. Tho dance was given
by tho T." N. Es. an 1 nter-rraternity
society which corresponds to the
Omega Psi among the university sor
orities. Though the party was a very small
one, only about eichteen couples be
ing in attendance, the hall was most
tastily decorated. Every where in
tho rooms wero hung the fraternity
ponants. A Japanese corner had
beon arranged whero punch was
served while the orchestra played
behind an embankment of palms.
The docorations in Uio dining room
and the refreshments woro In the
fraternity colors, green and black.
Large oronzo candelebras neia green
and black candles while American
Reauty roses gave the only note
or contrasting color. Dancing was
continued until eaily in the morn-
Profossor Caldwell lecturen Thurs
day before tho h istory department of
the Woman's club on "The Financial
History of our Country from 178!) to
1820."
Miss Jessie Heuton Spurck. !7, was
recently married to Judge Wilmer II.
Comstock of Lincoln. Mi.-s Spurck
was well known in university circles
and also as a teacher in tho Lincoln
public schools. Tho bridal pair are
spending their honeymoon in the
south. On their return thev will beat
homo at Seventeenth and K streets.
PETRY'S BAKERY,
MRS. J. W. PETRY,
Proprietor.
LUNCHES SERVED. "
Telephone 564. 234 So. 11th St.
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
SDOclal attention trlren to disease of woi
ana all surgical disejiaua. X-ray examination
with no discomfort or injury to pa Unci. TSr
rythinc as homelike as possibl. Board aa4
room reasonable.
1117 L ST. LINCOLN.
f. O. Box ML TaUpkoa W
Square meals
at
"square" prices
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
W. J. BRYAN
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TumbleWeeds.'
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4 4npumble Weeds" is a collection of original poems
by Will Reed Dunroy, the author oi "Corn
Tassels." While sonic of these poems have special
reference to western life, most of them are upon
themes as broad as humanity, and they give evi
dence of an unusual degree of poetic talent in the
author. -W. .1. Rhyan, in the Commoner.
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At all good bookstores or
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska,
A COPY OF
Webster's International
DICTIONARY
Absolutely new, with thumb index
and best binding, is now on sale at the
office of The University Publishing Co.
If you wish the best dictionary there
is at a bargain call at once, or write,
The University Publishing Co.,
134 North 11th Street,
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
GRADUATE OPTICIAN
Eyes Examined Pre. Price Reasonable.
12380 Street, LBgS
The Pioneer .
Clean Linen
I' inest of Toilets
Fi st-class Service
W. WIIITIOHD, PitopuiKTOit
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
of tho University Publishing
$1.00, postage prepaid.
Lincoln, Nebraska.
Attention, Students!
I wish to know you. -
1 wish vou to know inv work.
For this reabon I will jive you your
denial w,onc ai anoui nan the us
ual rates for about sixty days.
DR.A. B. AYERS, 127 So. 12th.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Lincoln, Nebraska,
Capital, $200,000; surplus and profits,
$68,837; deposits. $2,715,000. S. H. Burn
ham, President; A. J. Sawyer, Vice
Prest.; H. S. Freeman, Cashier; H. B.
Evans, Asst. Cashier; Frank Parks,
Asst. Cashier. UNITED STAGES DEPOSITORY.
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