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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1902)
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Every day (lining the months of
Mureh and April, HIO'J, the I'NION
PACIFIC will sell Colonists one-way
tickets at the following rates:
))U( (K To Ojfdcn -ind Salt Luke City
$20 OO To ltutte,Anadonda and Hel
ium fy- HO Tn Spokane.
$22 HO 'l'o Points on Great Northern
Uv , Spokane to Wenatchce inc, via
Huntington and Spokane.
$25 OO To Points on Great Northern
Ky., west of Wenatehee, via Hunting
ton and Spokane
$25 OO To Portland, Tacoma and
$25 OO To Ashland. Ore., and inter
mediate Points, including Branch Lines
on S P Co. south of Portland via Port
land. $25 OO To fan Francisco. Los An
geles und other California Points
Full information cheerfully fur
nished on application to
K. B. SLOSSEN.
Cheap Rates to
Commencing Mureh 1st and.'coo
tinuing daily until April SUtt
the. Burlington will sell one waj
eettlors tickets to the above
points at greatly reduced tatos
Call und get ull information
City Ofllce Oor 10th & O Sta,
Depot, 7th &PStB.
Speakers and subjects this week are
Wednesday, Professor Louise Pound,
"Women in Foreign UniverHlties."
Thursday, II. II. Wilson, "Compul
sory International Arbitration"
Friday, F. L. Geisthanlt, "Public
Library Buildings "
The Easter recess will begin at 8
a. in. Friday, Maiv.i liH, and will end
at (! ). in., Monday, March ,'ll.
COMPANY 11 HOP.
Company H of uie battalion will
give its annual hop at Walsh hall next
Dr. II. II. Everest will address the
lire-medical society Thursday evening,
March l.'l, at 8 p. 111., in room HOI, Me
chanic Arts hall. All interested are in
vited to attend.
Baseball men are requested to report
in two squads. The following men will
report at :i..1() dally, the balance at 1:30
p. m : Doane, Gaines, Townsend, Ben
der, Rhodes, Raymond, Hood and De
Put ron Per Order.
Pershing Roies will meet lor drill
Thursday at 7 p 111. Eeiy man is c
pei led to be present
There will he a meeting of the la s
Thursday morning at 10 a .111. in uui
ersity hall. E F. DAVIS.
Forecast for Lincoln and vicinity:
Wednesday, fair and moderate tem
perature. Weather report for twenty-four
hours ending 7 p in , Tuesday, March
Highest temperature. f7 degrees, oc
curring at 5 lit) p. in. Lowest tempera
ture, IIS degrees, oci urring at 8: 1 f a. 111.
Mean temperature, 48 degrees, which
is 12 degrees above the normal.
G. A. LOVE LAN I),
The Mandolin and Giee club of Min
nesota gave a very successful enter
tainment on Friday evening. The pro
gram was varied and the audience was
a representative crowd which support
ed the organization.
During the recent heavy snow t-toims
the clock in the tower of College hall
of the University of Pennsylvania
stopped for the Ilrst time In twenty
eight years. The rain and sleet which
froze upon the hands caused the clock
to break its brilliant record.
The seniors of Wisconsin are now
busily discussing the memorial they
shall leave at the university on their
departure this summer. The prevalent
W. J. BRYAN
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4 4HPunible Weeds'1 is ;i collection of original poems
by Will Reed Duiiroy, the author or "Corn
Tassels." While some of those 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. Biiyan, in the Commoner.
At all good bookstores or
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska,
1U)M) I'.l'ILDINC, 17th AND
Sectional View of Actual Business and
Endorsed by high school principals, leading business men and ofllcial court
reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly equipped
institution in the West; $1,000 invested in standard typewriters; $3,500
banking and other fixtures placed in actual business department. Elegant
roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has been
leased that all may he accommodated. Situations procured for over 90 PER
CENT of last year's enrollment. Students may enter any time. Address
A. C. ONG, A.
Write for Klpunnt
relined, repaired and refitted at
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The Pioneer .
1 inest of Toilets
Fi st-class Service
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of the University Publishing
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Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from the Start
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Graham and Gregg Systems.
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ual rates for about sixty days
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