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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1903)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
EAT AT THE
Merchants Dining Hall
7042 P STREET.
LINCOLN. - NEBRASKA.
The Only Up -to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At-
The first National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital,
$200,000; surplus, $100,000; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093;
S. II. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw.
yer, vice-prost; II. S. Freeman,
cashier; II. B. Evans, asst. cash.;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
STUDENTS' BARBER SHOP
John Marshall has been the
Students' favorite barber for eight
)Cars. Now with
MARSHALL & RICHARDS,
139 So. 13th Street.
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The Nnm " BOSTON I
GARTER " Jj itwnptd
Eon every loop.
Lies flat to the leg never
Slips, Tears nor Unfastens.
Sample plr, Bilk 60c. a
Mailed on receipt of pries. "
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Thlfl column Is devoted mainly u,
notices of the university. All depart
ments and Htudent organizations hav
ing notices to publish Bhould leave
them either at the executive office, at
the office of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should be In by 6 p. m.
Students may enter the College of
Medicine the second semester begin
ning February 2. U03.
The programs aie out for the twenty
fifth annual meeting of the Nebraska
State Historical society, which will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m. on January 13
and 14 In Memorial hall, of the university
The Senior pictures must be taken at
Townsend's by January 15th
Pecause of rush of work nt Town
send's before Christmas, this week will
be allowed Juniors to have their pic
tures taken. Saturday will be the last
The Sophomore basket ball team will
meet In the Armory at 2 p. m., Saturday
Registration for preliminary debates
will close Saturday evening at G
o'clock, January 10, 1903. All member
ship fees must be paid to become, eligi
ble WALTER F MEIER,
There will be u meeting of the De
bating association Saturday eening for
the purpose of tilling the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Secretary
Walter F. Meier.
Y. W. C. A. Bible study classes meet
as usual this week.
Tho English club meets Saturday
night In Miss Hayden's art studio.
Sold only by HarleyDrug Co., lltharid D Streets
rml for Burning Wreckage.
There ure men scouring the sea
coast and harbors of this country all
tho year through in search of aban
doned wreckB. If tho wrocks aro
wooden vessels sheathed with copper,
tho men offer good prices for them,
but if they are Iron vessels, or merely
unsheathed wooden ones, they are
passed by. Wood sheathed or paint
ed with copper gradually absorbs the
copper, these wreckers say. and It la
thon admirable for burning In an opon
ilroplace. It gives a groen flame that
1h very beautiful, a flame which, sit
ting in the dark alono and gazing
long In it, every man may behold
his heart's desire. Naturally, such a
wood is valuable. Philadelphia Record.
There will be a meeting of the senior
class this morning at 10 o'clock in the
Y M C A
Or Hill will hptak at the Y M C. A
meeting Sunday afternoon at I! o'clock
Y W C. A
Mrs .1 P Bailey will spiak before
the V W C A in Union hall next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o' lo k Sub
ject. "Resolutions for the New Yeai
All young women cordially united to
On account of the Shedd benefit
there will be no meeting of the so
ciety tonight The society is invited
to attend the Doane-Unlon debate in
Union hall Saturday evening, January
10th. By order of the Secretary
The Sigma Chi fraternity will hold
their annual banquet at the Liqdell
Beginning next .week, men will not
be allowed upon the gymnasium lloor
without regulation suits
The next basket-ball game of the
season will be on Saturday evening.
January 17. 1903, in the armory.
Mr Edward Faulkner and MibH
Faulkner will entertain uniersity
friendB at a dancing party this even
ing at Fraternity hall.
THE UNION PACIFIC
IS KNOWN AS
he Overland xoitte
AND IS THE ONLY DIRECT
LINE TO ALL PRINCIPAL
WESTERN POINTS. 3 9
THE UNION PACIFIC IS
204 mllos shortor to . Sell Ltxke City
278 miles shortor to . Stvn Francisco
278 mllos shortor to . . Los Angeles
358 miles shorter to . . . Portland
12 hours quicker to So.lt La.ke City
16 hours quicker to S.n Francisco
16 hours quicker to . . . Los Angoloe
16 hours quicker to Portland
THAN ANY OTHER- LINE.
Elcclru Lighted ''rains Dail IN.
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