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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1904)
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Stcinway & Sons
Schmoller & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vose & Sons
A, B. Chase
And 23 others. "We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly
Blank Book Makers,
lithographers and Em
bossers, Jones Loose Leaf
Ledgers, Densmore Type
Writers, Office Furniture,
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Frank Peterson spent Sunday at his
home in Omaha.
Rev. John Mooro of South Omaha
visited at the Episcopal church houso
Professor Barber will deliver an Il
lustrated lecture tomorrow morning at
chapel on "The Coliseum and the Tri
umphalArcheB." The Y. M. C. A. men's meeting was
held in Palladian hall Sunday, mark
ing the return of these meetings to the
University. The tforieB of tho meet
ings that have been held at tho Oliver
have been well attended and very suc
cessful on the whole. Five of tho mem
bers of tho association discussed
"GleaningB" from these meetings and
had much of interest to tell.
Union Boys Have Fierce Debate.
The Union club met, last Saturday
night as usual. Exceptional interest
was manifest In the parliamentary
work. By the time the regular debate
had begun about forty wore present.
Tho navy appropriation was discussed
pro and con, and everyone felt they had
spent a profitable hour.
Election of officers resulted as fol
lows: President, J. M. Paul.
Vice President, T. Castello.
Secretary, C. W. Mellck.
Mr. McReynolds, tho president of tho
club, was given a vote of thanks for
tho efficient manner in which he hand
led the affairs of the club during his
administration. He becomes ex-officio
sergeant-at-arms during the next term.
The quest. on for next meeting Ib.
"Should Senator Smoot be excluded
from a seat In the senate." The affirm
ative is supported by O'Gara, Hanlon,
Whelan, while Morgan, Castello, Kef
win uphold the negative.
Sailor Jean in'Lincoln Tc-Day.
Today Sailor Jean, who has been
making an extensive trip on foot, his
object being to visit all the state cap
itals in the country, will arrive In Lin
coln. He has walked over 6,400 mllea
since April 1, 1903.
Ho left Augusta, Me., on April 1.
1903, for a trip on foot to every state
capital in the United States, and will
cover a distance of 22,000 miles, which
ho will make In three and one-half
years, thus making one of the most
remarkable pedestrian tours of any
person in the world. It will be all the
more remarkable owing to the fact that
'io will push a wheel-barrow shaped
contrivance which ho calls a "trolley
ette." Tho trolleyette Is made of gas
pipes, wood handles and bicycle
wheel. On this frame he has a barrel
in which he carries his spare clothing,
food, modlclnes, etc. Extending up
ward from tho barrel is a piece of pipe,
to which Is attached what looks like
a triangular sail, but which Is In real
ity a dog tentTBUch as used hi the XT.
S. army. A peculiar feature of the
trolleyette Is that it is capable of be
ing taken apart, so that when he comes
to hiB nightly camping place, he can.
use tho gas pipes from the frame work,
for tent poles. The whole outfit is
about seventy pounds in weight. To
help defray his expenses Sailor Jean
sellB souvenir pictures of himself and
his outfit. In his pilgrimage he will
traved south in the winter and through
the north in the summer. At the con
clusion of his trip he will write a book,
entitled, "The Adventures of Sailor
Jean and His Trolleyotte," giving an
account of his adventures, and such n
publication ought to be an Interesting
lunch counter for
Transfer Co. Baggage
. Phono 176.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13 tb.
Co., 117 No, llth.
We are. selling shoes at half price
(this week. Sanderson.
Special rate, to Btudents at Hendry's.
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