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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1903)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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Merchants Dining Hall
1042 P STREET.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
Students, Youi Clothes Need .
Corner Utli r.nd () Streets.
TIjIh column Is devoted mainly to
notices of the university. All depart
ments nnd Btudent organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leao
them either at tho executive ofllce, at
the office of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should be In by 6 p. m.
Tho Senior pictures must be taken at
Townsond'H by January lfith.
The Only Up-to- Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Newly
Covered. Powell's, 146
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. II. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw.
yer, vice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; Bt .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 So. 13th Street.
Junior basket-ball mew meet In the
Armory Saturday at 1 p. m. sharp.
The Sombrero Board will meet Mon
day at 10 o'clock In U. 208.
Y. W. C. A.
The regular meeting of the Y. W.
C A will be held In Union ball Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. MIhh Helen
Woodsmall Is to have charge. Special
music by Miss Mabel Stephens.
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! I Litcraf. vc. Inter. inc ir. $i so. 147
j!f (Icrmin, French. Italian, Spanish,
4-ptitt, Gr;cc tAA,. an. I $1.).
Completely Parsed Caesar,
MIbs Ilerron vrill offer next semes
ter a new course, Ijibor Problems. It
la open to all students who have taken
course 1. The claHB will meet Tues
days and Thursdays at 3 o'clock.
Students may enter the College of
Medicine the second semester begin
ning February 2. U03.
Sold only by HarleyDrug Co., 11th and 0 Streets
THE UNION PACIFIC
IS KNOWN A8
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To YOUR HEAD.
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
MIbs Howell at once. 3t
The 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.
1 he Overland Joute
AND IS THE ONLY DIRECT
LINE TO ALL PRINCIPAL
WESTERN POINTS. 5 "5
THE UNION PACIFIC IS
204 miles shorter to .
278 miles shorter to .
278 miles shorter to
358 miles shorter to
So.lt Livkc City
. . Los Angeles
. . . Portland
AH ARTISTIC POSTER FREE.
Send us your name on a postal card and
we will mail to you free a new brilliantl
colored Washburn poster (sue 12x18
indies). This oster is the creation ol
the Viking's Head Studio, and has been
pronounced exceedingly bright and
clever. It represents a pastoral scene, a
rabbit enanioted of the music of a
mandolin. Write 'oday, this offer maj
not appear again.
lYOH & HEALY, 17 Adams St., Chicago.
Makers ol the World-Famous Washburn
Guitars. Mandolins, Banlos and Zithers.
C. L. Dean, instructor In mechan
ical engineering, will offer the follow
ing new courses next semester: Mech.
Eng. 26, Air tirakea in Theory and
Practice, Mech. Eng. 28. Locomotive
Design; Mech. Eng. 30. Railway
Equipment. For further particulars
l-egnrdlng these courses see Professor
Richards or Mr. Dean.
The tnasurer of the Graduate Club
wishes to call the attention of the
members to the fact that the annual
assessment for lDOli-'OII is now due In
order to expedite collections an assist
ant treasurer has been appointed for
eat h of the buildings, namely, Prof
Paul Grunrman, University hall; Dr.
T. L. Uolton. library; Mr II. S.
Evans, Mechanic Arts; Dr. Geo. Con-
dra, Nebraska hall; Miss Mary L.
Eossler, Chemical Laboratory; Miss
Rachael Corr, Experiment Station.
It. S. HILTNER.
12 hours quicker to So.lt Lo.ke City
16 hours quicker to Sa.n Fra.ncisco
16 hours quicker to . . . Los Angeles
16 hours quicker to Portland
THAN ANY OTHER. LINE.
Electric Lighted ''miis Dail IN.
lull iiifurm.it ion clicciliilh fmnishcil on .ii!ioii ion 10
E. B. SLOSSON, Agpt.
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itruct.vc evening's entertainment. Illustrated pamphlet also tree.
WEBSTER'S 1 G. 0 C. MEKK1AM CO., aprlnnl lold, Maas.
Cike Chih will sing at chapel
The Sigma Chis and Phi I'sis hold a
howling contest tonight at the Thomas
Seveial new books appear today on
the shelves of the Library. Among
them are: "The Finances and Public
Works of India," by Sir J. Strachy and
Lieutenant General R. Strachy; "Eth
mology," by Kearne; "Life of Gen. A.
S. Johnston"; "Scientific Lectures,"
by Sir John Lubbock and a book on
"Chinese Immigration," by Sewnrd.
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Her voire Is Uear as a soaring lark's.
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