The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 22, 1904, Page 4, Image 4
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I , 278 miles shorter to Los An- j gelea. - 368 miles shorter to Portland. 12 hours quicker to Salt Lake u City. i t 16 hours quicker to San Fram- am " i clsco. 16 hours quicker to Loa An geles. 16 hours quicker to Portland.. THAN AMY PTHEfi UHC Electric Lifhtci Trains Dally E. B. SLOSSEN, General Afeat ttttM)M-tt aaa2aaaaaaaaiBBBBBBBBBBBBaSBBBBB I it it it n H Z i H 1 3i I ftsT j VIA Omaha the Union U Pacific is ' Campus Qleanings. Senior Prom., April 28, at the Lin coln hotel. AnotuerJJand Informal will be given Saturday evening at the Armory. .Jennie Whitmore is confined to her room on account of Illness. The Glee club will meet tonight at 7 o'clock In Memorial Hall. Important IniBlnefm is to come up. The annual banquet of Phi Kappa Pfci will be held next Saturday even ing. The rooms of the State Historical society are being altered and repaired that more space may be obtained. During Profes.-or Heald's Illness his classes have been looked after by Pro lessors Hessey and Clements. The Tennis club will meet at lit o' lot k Wednesday morning to elect of ficers and transact other important business. E. p. TYNER. Sec. Some of the forestry boys are copy ing the maps showing the distribu tion of Nebraska ties which Professor Hessey had made a few years ago. The people in Nebraska Hall are kicking because the hall clock has had its face covered for the past wek. All are hoping that the clock tinker wil get to work before long and give us time again. Professor Hessey has been adding some new furniture to his office for the accommodation of the Increasing num ber of books and papers belonging to t lie department. The annual business meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held in U.107 Wed nesday evening. March 23. at 7:30 o'clock. Ofllcers of the association for the ensuing year wil) be elected, and every member Is requested to be pres ent at this meeting. The 29th of March has been decided upon as the date for the annual ban quet of tho University Y. M. C. A. The tickets have been placed at a price within, the reach of all and all Uni versity men are cordially invited. An excellent menu is promised, speeches by prominent Y. M. C. A. debaters and athletic men will be made and a gen eral good time assured to all who at tend. This banquet, coming but once n year and given by an association po vitally connected with Uuiversitv life, should be well attended. DELIANS GIVE FINE PROGRAM The Delians gae a short program last Friday as follows: Miss Horning Readings selected from Kipling. Miss D'Arnold. Piano solo. ar. Bates Reading in Negio dia lect. Mr. Pfeiffer, Vocal solo. The numbers were appreciated by all and called down much praise upon tho heads of those who rendered them. Afterwards the regular business meeting and elections of ofllcers was hold. Mr. Blekford was elected pres ident; Miss Matthews, vice president; Miss Eccles, secretary; Mr. Earns worth, treasurer; Mr. Vasey and Miss Dally, musical secretary; Mr. Davis, slate bearer. Tho Delians were very" enthuslastl and seemed to get right Into the game. Th new president appointd th follow ing committees: MEMBERSHIP Mr. Beers, Mr. Davis, Mr. Turner, Miss Morrill, Miss Horning. SOCIAL Miss Wlrth, Miss Freeman, Miss D'Arnold, Mr. Vasey, Mr. Theobald. PROGRAM IMI88 Matthews, Miss Daily, Mr. . asey, Mr. Sampson, Mr. Sheen! FINANCE Messrs. Farnsworth. De Cou, Pugs ley, Wheqler, Miss Bothwell. Next Friday evening the society will attend the lecture of Mr. ? ? ? ? ? in a hody and afterwards have a short business meeting. Waterman $2.00 1200 O Street. The University of Chicago Schools of Each school has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on request. The Course3 in Medicine are given in connection with the work of RUSH MEDICAL College. THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, SUMMER QUARTER June i8 Soptembera Western Glass and Paint Co. 12th and M Sts., Lincoln, Nebraska 0 WATCHES AND DIAMONDS... We show an elegant line of diamond jewel ry and watches. Our prices are positively as low as quality permits. We carry only ,hlgh quality goods in all lines. Eyes examined free by graduate optician with 14 years' expei- ence. J M. G. WOLFF, 139 So. 13th St. DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT is one of the chief orders of most nervous disorders. Properly fited glasses will afford relief in the mojority of the cases. Examina tion Free. HALLETT, 1143 O We wish all our stndents friend to know that 'the Best Ice Cream ' OOMES FROM Franklin Ice Cfeam and Dairy Go. M . IStk t. Phone. F 201 4. OUR PRICES Shirts amy stylo o Cotton Underehirta S5 Cotton Drawers 2 Nightshirts 2r SpoUa 5 Handkerchiefs, 8 for . ...'. .' .' " ' .' ) ' 25 YULE BROS. LAUNDRY Fountain 'Pen to $5.00 RECTORS Law Medicine Theology Education Chicago, Illinois. Largot and Bct Equipped Eating Home in the City. Furniihcd Rooms in Connection. .Palace Dining HalL 21 Mcak, $3.00. W. II. Hart, Prop. 1130 N Street Lincoln. Neh. A BenHe of taste is a saving quality to any man who visits our store. 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