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THE DAILY NEB&ASKAN.
7iT AT THH
Merchants Dining Hall
042 P STREET.
LINCOLN. - NEBRASKA.
Students, Your Clothes Need
Corner Hth .nd O Streets.
The Only Up -to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Newly
Covered. Powell's, 16
N. 11th. Phone L664.
The first National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital,
200,000; surplus, $100,000; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093;
S. H. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw.
yer, vice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; H. B. Evans, asst, cash.;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
STUDENTS' BARBER SHOP
John Marshall has been the
Students' favorite barber for eight
years. Now with
MARSHALL & RICHARDS,
139 80. 13th Street.
This column Is devoted mainly to
notices of tho university. All depart
ments and Btudent organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave
them either at the executive ofllco, at
tho office of tho paper, or hand them to
unyone connected with tho paper. All
announcements should bo in by 6 p. m.
Juniors do not meet today.
A. I. MYERS.
Tho Senior picures must be taken at
Townsend's by January 16th.
Students may enter the College of
Medicine the second semester begin
ning February 2, 1-JOZ.
The Sombrero board will meet
Thursday at 10 o'clock In M 209.
R. A. M'NOWN.
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NOTICE TO SENIORS.
All Seniors who would like to take
part In the class play and who havo
not been assigned a part please see
Miss Howell at once. 3t
Sold only bj HarleyDrug Co,, Utjiajui 0 Streets
Dr. W. F. Mllroy of Omaha will ad
dress the Medical society Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in M 301. An in
teresting address is expected.
THE UNION PACIFIC
Literal, 5c. Interlinear, $1.50. 147 vols. !
4 Literal, 50c. Intcrh
German, French. Italian, Spanish,
Latin, Greek, $i.o, and i ou.
GDmpletely Parsed Caesar,
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Pershlngs assemble Wednesday In
tho armory at 4:30 p. m. to have a
picture taken fop the Sombrero. All
old members are requested to be pres
ent. A. M. HULL, Captain.
AMERICAN HISTORY 13.
Seminar in Constitutional Law.
Tho Seminar will meet Wednesday
evening, January 14, at the usual hour
and place. W. W. COOK.
Tho College Settlement has rooms
for students who will assist with the
settlement work. Call at the settle
ment house, 200 South Twentieth
street, evenings. C. E. PREVEY.
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AND IS THE ONLY DIRECT
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THE UNION PACIFIC IS
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Send us your name on a postal card and
we will mail to you freeja new brilliantly
colored Washburn poster (size 12x18
incbes). l his poster is me creuuuu ui
the Viking's Head Studio, and has been
pronounced exceedingly bright and
clever. It represents a pastoral scene, a
rabbit enamored of the .music of a
mandolin. Write today, this offer maj
not appear again.
LYON & HEALY, 17 Aims St., Cklcigi,
Maker o! the World-Famow Washburn
Guitars, Mandolins, Banlos ani Zithers.
A regular meeting of the Engineering
society will be held Wednesday, Janu
ary 14th, at 7:30 p. m., M. A. hall, room
C. L. Dean, M. E., Instructor, will
glvo a paper on the llf eof J. B. John
son. J. A. Green will read a paper on
"The Relation of the Engineer to the
CHAS. E. REED, President.
12 hours quicker to So.lt Lo.ke City
16 hours quicker to Se.n Fro.icisco
16 hours quicker to . . . Los Angeles
lb hours quicker to Portland
THAN ANY OTHER LINE.
Electric Lighted Trains Daily
Full information chccrftilW iiirniohcil on iiiilicaiioii 10
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
C. L. Dean, Instructor In mechan
leal engineering, will offer the. follow
lng new courses next semester: Mech.
Eng. 26, Air Brakes In Theory jjnd
Practice; Mech. Eng. 28, Locomotive
Design; Mech. Eng. 30, Railway
Equipment. For further particulars
regarding these courses see Professor
Richards or Mr. Dean.
The University club will glvo a dance
at Fraternity hall next Friday evening.
THE, NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION IS
Tho Authority of the Cnglish'Speaklng World
All Good Things must win upon their merits. The
International, una won a neater distinction and la In
mora ffoncrul uso than any other work of its kind.
The New Edition h 1361 puge with 6000 Illustration and U printed from new
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the editorship oi w. T. Harris, rn,y lou., u. p. uommuuaner 0i juiacaiioa.
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"A Test in Pronunciation" which affords a pleasant and in
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O. & C. MERRIAM CO., Uprlngtleld, Maas.
The English cluh met Saturday even
ing at Miss Hayden's studio. Miss
Dorothy Green read a story, Mrs. Buck-
ner some character sketches and Miss I
Louise Pound gave some verses.
The Latin cluh meets Tnursday
night at 1709 L street. Dr. Louise
Pound will speak to the club on "T.ho
First English Translations of Virgil."
At the February meeting PrpfeBsor
I Barber will speak and at the March.
meeting Chancellor Andrewu.
(Dead! Dcpartaeatol like Forest UaJrenity.) U
Qqo of tho loading dpntal collegoa of Uie'
world, located in tho sreat medical and'
educational center of Chicago, pfferi uniiirr
DaBsed faculties to tho student of 'dentistry.;'
Twentieth Annual Course
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