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ford to Sao FrauciBco, connecting at
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conducted every Thursday and Sat
urday, Omaha, Lincoln, Fairmont.
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Kansas Ol'y, St. Joseph, Wvmore,
Superior and Oxford to San Francis
co and Los Angeles.
All these cars run Yla Donvcr and
Salt Lake City, passing the grona
panorama of tho Rockies bv davllaht.
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PROFESSOR BARBER TO READ
Professor 0. E. Barber haB received
an invitation to prosont a paper at
the annual raeotlng of tho Archaeo
logical Instituto of America, ot
which ho IB a mem nor, to be hem at
Columbia University on December 20.
27 ana 28. Theso meetings are usually
held In some eastern cltv and arc for
the Durposo of discussing recon,t dis
coveries In tho Archaeological fiela.
Ho Is also in rooolpt of an Invitation
to attend the meeting of the Chicago
brunch of the institute to be held at
Chicago Univorelty this month.
ADDITIONS TO THE MUSEUM.
Tho Morrill Geological Collcctiorh
liavo been enriched by a set of
"Tevln-Cleovago" calcites. Tho set
consists of ten beautiful calcito
crystals, showing n per f cut twin
clcavairo. There is alBo added 10
specimens of a remarkable black and
whito Hint brecohia. Tins sot of
breech I a surpassed anything of the
kind in tho museum. Tho broken,
unworn pieces of white flint are
Lcemented In a body of muddy colored
flint. Tho oicces are largo ana showy
and will soon bo mounted and placed
in tho museum.
Tho lator collection was found in
Missouri. Dr Barbour hcara of tho
(ina and scoured tho collection bv
correspondence with local parties.
Thoso two sets aro a valuable addi
tion to collections in phenomenal
Tuesday afternoon the class in Phil
osophy 7, under tho able leadership
of Dr. T.Tj. Bolton, visited tho local
hospital for the insane. Thoy were
entertained very ploansatly for three
hours by Dr. Greeno of the asylum
who led tho class through the vari
ous wards and assisted by Dr. Bol
ton, explained the various forms or
tho diseases. Much interest has
bien demonstrated by the class In
this suojoct anl many very interest
ing cases wore oxamincd. Particular
study has been givn to mania in its
various forms, melancholia aud
pirysl8 and as thoso patients aro
predominant in tho itntitutton, many
d fforont forms of ihoao diseases were
smvbmg t8 r ell s instructive.
In'onc ot the rocent numbers of
theAmerlcanAgrlcultutiKt thero is
apicturo of the front view of tho
proposol new building for tho depart
ment of Agriculture in Washington.
II is to bo a massive structure, with
line arcl ltectural details, and is to
Arc you Going to
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Telephone 235. Telephone as.
All who liavo registered for tho
Preliminary Debates will sond their
vacation address to Secretary of the
O. G. HORNE.
About half the mombors of the
junior Law class havo been excused
from tho linal examination in Con
tracts by Professor Bobbins on ac
count of the proflolenoy thoy have
shown in class work and in the Dro
ll mi nary examination which occurred
last month. All othorB will be ex
amined todav beginning at 8 o'clock.
State Superintendent Fowler will
dlsouss a paper by Superintendent
Samuel Ilamllton of Pittsburg on
"County Institutes f roma; Dractlcal
standpoint," at the meeting of
superintendents In Chicago. February
Major Van Ness ol Cornell has
made a rule, preventing all men
under 5ft. 4 in. In height and 115
pounds in wolRht from taking mili
tary"drill. Such men will be enrolled
Members of Professor Caldwell's
class in American Ilistory n are busy
preparing a comparative statement of
the lives of Alexander Hamilton ana
Thomas Jefferson or of tho political
parties of Jefferson's time.
Iowa's atholtic board is said to bo
o poor to advanco money for the
track and baso ball team. IT thov
havo either, the monoy to support
them will havo to be raiBcd by sub
scription. Professor uobomroir ih trying to
arrango to have his class in Agency
como in the morning Instead or the
afternoon at at present.
Partnerships or two members each
have been formed in the Senior Law
class to try cases in tho Justice and
The Junior Law class will
aminea by Professor RobbJns
Law of Contracts the last
Miss Dott M. Druso was visited last
week by somo frionds from Hot
Springs, South Dakota.
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