The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 11, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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Hvi'ry dny during tin inonthK of
Mun-h and April, 100'J, the UNION
PACIFIC will sell ColoniBts one-way
tickets at the following rates:
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MISSOURI RIVER
tyiiO CM) To Ogden ind Salt Lake City.
$20 OO To Mutte,Atiadondaand llel
onu $21i 50 To Spokane.
$12i2 r() To Points on Great Northern
Ry , Spokane to Wonatchee inc,, via
Huntington and Spokane.
$2 OO To Points on C.reat Northern
Ky., west of Wenatehee, via Hunting
ton and Spokane.
$25 OO To Portland, Tacoma and
Neuttle.
$25 OO To Ashland, Ore., and inter
mediate Points, including Itranch 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
E. B. SLOSSEN.
Cheap Rates to
Puget Sound
Points.
Commencing March 1st andcoa
tinuing daily until April SUtb
tho Butlington will sell one waj
oottlorB tiokote to the above
points at greatly reduced iatoa
Gall und get ull information.
City Office Oor 10th & O Stt,
Depot, 7th & P Sta.
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; ANNOUNCEMENTS.
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CONVOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT.
Speakers and Hiibjects this week are
as follows:
This morning. Dr. George of the Uni
versity of ChlcagoDlvinlty School.
Wednesday, Professor Louise Pound,
"Women In Foreign Universities."
Thursday, II. H. Wilson, "Compul
sory International Arbitration."
Friday, F. L. Celsthardt, "Public
Library Buildings."
EASTER RECESS.
The Easter recess will begin at 8
a. in. Friday, Marc.i 28, and will end
at 0 p. m., Monday, March 31.
SENIORS.
The senjor class will hold a meeting
Tuesday, March II, at 2 p. m, in Uni
versity hall.
COMPANY B HOP.
Company B of me battalion will
give its annual hop at Walsh hall next
Thursday evening.
PRE-MEDICS' MEETING
Dr. II. II. Everest will address the
pre-medical society Thursday evening,
March 13, at 8 p. in., in room 301, Me
chanic Aits hall. All interested are in
vited to attend.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
Notices have been received from the
civil service department stating that
examinations for the position of aide
on the coast and geodetic survey will
be held April 22. For those who are
successful in these examinations there
Is ample opportunity to rise to posi
tions of considerable responsibility.
The rank of aide is the lowest leading
to the position of assistant to the su
perintendent and carries with it a good
salary, together with various allow
ances for expenses. Those desiring in
formation on the subject should write
to the civil service commission, Wash
ington, D. C, for the latest manual of
examination foLthe classified civil ser
vice. Examination wjll be given in the fol
lowing subjects: Mathematics, astron
omy, physics, surveying, geography
and modern languages.
1NTERCLASS GAMES.
Two games of basket ijall will be
played in the armory Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock between tho different class
teams. Tho Juniors will play tho
Freshmen, while the Sophomores will
play the Seniors. These games prom
ise to he exejting, as the class rivalry
is intense and all the teams are work
ing hard to win the class champion
ship. In order to defray the expense
of opening up the gymnasium and
other expenses connected fyith the for
mer class games for which no admis
sion was chargod, it has been decided
to charge an admission fee of 10 cents.
Tickets may be obtained from the Uni
versity book store or from tho mem
bers of the teams. It is hoped that all
persons with class spirit will come
out and encourage their respective
class teams with their presence and
their voices.
W. J. BRYAN
ON -
"Tumble Weeds."
4 4'T,iimi)le Weeds" is a collection of original noems
by Will Reed Dunroy, the author or "Corn
Tassels." While some 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. J. Bryan, in the Commoner.
At all good bookstores or of the University Publishing
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska, $1.00, postage prepaid.
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 Ulh Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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GRADUATE OPTICIAN
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Attention, Students!
I wish to know you.
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For this reason I will give you your
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