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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Ed Young, PIPES.
Dr. Caso McMurtry Bl!:.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Square meals at Francis Bros.
Munson's restaurant, 1418 0 st.
Steele, the furrier, 143 So. 12th.
Buy your mMlllnery at the Famous.
$1.25 kid gloves 98c at The Famous.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th at.
Dr. Woodward, ocoullst, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
No clothing fits like ours. Ewlng
1115-1117 O bt.
Furnishings that arc strictly up-to-date
at E wing's.
Lindsoy's, Cigars, Pipes, Lanes,
Sweil up-to-date $;i.00 and$3.50
Pianos at honost prices from the
Matthews Piano Co.
Go to, Matthews Piano Co., for
sheet music and. supplies.
See Westerfleld for the latest Unl.
hair cut. 117 No. 13th st.
P. J. Wohlcnburg. 128 So. 11th
street. Cigars, pipes and canes.
Ewlng Clothing Co. are sole agents
for Hawes $3 guaranteed hats.
Charles B. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
sells coal at 1044 0 at. See him.
It aon't tako lone tor a new stu
dont to iind out about Palnes Cloth
Tor Students I ThOfie new 370(T
ovals and $4.00 panels a Bass' Photo
graphic Studio, 1020 O street.
Ladlos Black Viol Rope stitched
extension sole shoes for $3 at Perkins
& Sheldon, 1129 OSt.
You can have vour laundry done up
by and at regular rates at Yulo Bros.
1514 O streot. "Thoy use no acids."
You must go to the rigbt place for
Just-the-rlghb-tblng In clothes. Ew
in Is tho right place Prices all right.
Lot us show you the attractlv
pattern in High Art Clothing. Ewlng-
Prices will prove equally attrac
tive. Any student whose room is heated
by a wood stovo can get tho best
wood from tho Union Fuol Co., 1014
Try our Rich Hill Lump for heating
at $4.50 per ton. It 1b the best coal
there Is. Give it a trial. Union Fuel
Co., 1014 O Bt.
Dr. mil will tako charge of tho
Practical Ethics class for tho next
three weeks. In tho course of his
looturo ho will expand tho theorotical
8ido of child development. -" '
Notlco has Just been reoolved by
the Historical Socioty. of the ship
ment of another box of Indian relics
from Clear Wator, Nob.
Burton W. Chrlstlo '99 called at
the University jestorday. Ho Is now
in his last year at the Omaha Medical
College and is enthusiastic over hiB
William Grant '97 passed through
Lincoln last Tuesday onrouto for
Montana whero he will take charge
of a B. & M. locating party, con
sidering the reoenoy of his graduation
this Is a position of considerable re
sponsibility. The Captains of the battalion used
tho companies last evening to assist
th.o athletic board In moving the
bleachers on tho foot-ball field. The
bleachors wero moved furthor north
to make room for tho erection of a
grand stand that will bo put up at
At tho meeting of the botanical
Seminar on Friday of this week at 4
o'clock in Room 102, Nobraksa Hall,
Dr. Pound will read a papor on
Thc Purpose-ana orce of- Botani
cal Laws." All students in ad
vanced work in Botany are oxpected
Cary ua Flecho, who is a brother
to Mrs. T. H. TibbclB visited tho
historical sooioty yesterday morning.
Mr. uaFlochc is lntorprotor and po
liceman at tho Omaha Indian Agen
cy, Thurston county, and has
rendered much valuable assistance
to tho Stato Historical socioty In
making Its collections.
F. W. Taylor, well known to some
of the older Btudonts as tho former
superintendent of Farmers' Insti
tutes, for sovcral years connected
with tho management of tho Pan
Amorican Exposition In Bffualo, sent
several very Interesting Dotanioal
specimens to too University Thor
barlum. Thoy aro orchias of oortal n
rare'speclcs growing in Venezuela.
Ringor, ono of Nobrsk's strongest
linemen, has boon ordered by his
doctor to quit football for tho rest of
the season. Ho has boon troubled
i-wibli-Q-bad-kpoo-f oiL-sometimu .and!
tho injury was aggravated in tho
Minnesota game. His loss will mako
a big hole in tho Nebraska line.
Kansas City Star.
E. II. Piorce, returned yesterday
from tho northern part of South Da
kota whore ho had been engaged
Blnco tho last of May in a govern
ment surveying party, under tho con
tract awarded to G. W. Bates and his
partner, an engineer from Omaha.
Mr. Pierce was so busy registering
yesterday That' he scarcely had time
to shake hands with his friends. Ho
Bays that Mr. Bates will bo back in
a dajr or" two to oontlnuo his work In
the Civil Engineering Department.
THE LUG OF THE THOMAS.
Llhrnrinn J. I. VVvor has lust re
ceived a little book (ailed tho Log or
the Thomas; with ho compliments
of Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Abbott. It 1b
a neat volurao of sovdnty-flvo pages,
dedicated to the officers of the trans
port Thomas, which last summer
cairicd four hundred.teachers to Man
illa. It gives tho hiBtory of the
voyago ana personal paragraphs con
cerning members of the expedition.
Manv university people will And it
of Interest, "asIMr. Abbott
aro" both University graduates. They
aro at presentlmemberaof tho teauu
lug forco in'tho Phllllplnes.
Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1001.
Are these poems REAL poetry? Most certainly,
for they have come out of the heart of the poet, and the
thought is the thought of the people and of the race. All
come as a message, sometimes almost divine, out of the heart
only to find a lodgment in the heart. That indefinable
something which characterizes all true poetry and all divin
ely gifted poets is clearly found in Tumble Weeds.
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