Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1902)
' "- "ic- 3np?viM
" j- w
' -I' ,-
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
Your Money and Important
Shou'd bo kept in a safe plnce; 81 -!
pnys for a Safe Deposit Hox for three
months; absolutely stfe from fire and
burglars. Sliverwaro and trtitikh stored
in our Storage Vault.
LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT
and TRUST COMPANY,
126 North Eleventh Street.
Evory now Student
a37 So Iltn street
And has his moasuro taken for tk
Zbt Jjtndtrsoti'JImtB Co.
Will Boon be lure but February
in Florida h 1 ko May in Ne
bruska. Join tho Burlington
Excursion und leave Lincoln Jan.
29. h. Spend Fetroary in Flori
da; livo rn nico fresh pino-ap
I Irs and oranges Ask or Write
us for booklet descriptive of tho
City Otllce Cor Dili & O St.,
Depot, 7lh & PSt-.
Ho Bays It Is an Inspiration to Ulm. You,
too, should enjoy a Washburn. TVblurn
Mandolins. Guitars. Banjos, Zlthors are sola
by ant-class muslo dealers oTerywhere.
New Models Only Sifl.oo.
Beautiful Souvenir Catalogue Free.
LYON & HBALY, Maker,
17 Adams Street)
Miss Dean was .unable to meet her
classes yesterday on account of sickness.
The class in Ilotany 1, Is having a
Kcncral rcTiew tills week, no advanc
ed work booing assigned.
The chancellor's class in practical
ethics will havo Its final examination
one wcck from next Saturday.
Tho University Orchestra meets
every Wednesday evening, in the
music liall at tnc Conservatory of
Tho University lias received a call
from tho superintendent of schools,
Valley City, North Dakota, for an
assistant in tho high school theic.
HAGAZINES X 2C
At Just OneHalf Prkce.
Several of tho senior law cases will
be tried this evening in the Justice
court of tho school.
Frank Manchester spent Sunday at
his home In Omaha.
Brownell Hall of Omaha, is asking
to bo accredited to the University.
K4440 Q"&0QOO 04C?
Senior Basket-Bail Men.
All Senior Basket-ball Men ceo C M
Teacb, manager, (r I). K. 'I hoiuue, cap
tain, at onco.
Senior Class Mooting Friday, Jan. 24,
at Chapel timo in Old Chapel.
Vehnon O. Batik, Prts
Students wlio are think'u g of regis
tering for Course 21, beginning assay
ing, will please meet the instructor, for
consultation, at 12-30 Wednesday 22nd,
in Room 4, Chemical Laboratory.
U. II. Nk'Hoi son.
A class in Forgo Work will boBlarted
next to-noBter if there aro enough wish
ing to tuko if. Anyono planning lo take
tho course olTored noxt year in Mining
Engineering and wiBhiDe, to get this much
tkishod will please Inform Mr. Votaw,
Any incidont of interest, reul or im
aginary, happenin7 in connoction with
any member of tho senior class, should
bo reported to tho Senior Book Com
mitteo eo that a more detailed account
of '02's idiosyncracies may bo recorded.
Harper's Weekly $ 4.00
World's Work..' 3.00
Public Opinion 3.00
Everybody's Magazine. 1.00
Nebraska Teacher 1.00
World's Work $3.00
Harper's Weekly 4.00
Everybody's Magazine.. 1.00
Nebraska Teacher 1.00
All subscriptions must be NEW, and may be sent to one
or different addresses.
Send your orders to
The University Publishing Co.,
134 North 11th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
Special attention fflreu to " S'KMS
ndaU surgical diseases. X-ray examlnatloji
wUhnodUeVfortor injur, to Pttsnt Jj
rrythlna- as Homelike as possible. Board ui
W 1117 L ST. LINCOLN.
A rod leather pocket book. It con
tains paper which will idontify tho own
er. Finder will confor a groat favor by
returning it to 1246 Q St. Reward.
Notico to Seniors.
I wish to soo tlsis week all seniors in
tho Industrial College who intond to
graduate on Charter Day, February 15,
1902. See mo any day in tho Deans'
oflico (104 University Ha'l), Lotwccn
11:30 and 12 o'clock.
ClIAHLKS E. BeSSKY,
We have looked over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Reed Dunroy, issued by the University Pub
lishing Co., entitled "Tumble Weeds." We find Mr. Dnnroy an inter
esting person. He undertakes large things, and approaches them in a
largo way. He aims evidently for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be furious to see what a young man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunioy seems to be distinctly a western man ono of
those who are quite content with their own environment as a sphere
for action und growth. His themes are things that exist, and that he
can see around himself; it is men who can take this view, it seems to
us, who are going to count on the future of cur western eivilization.vJ W
One little poem on "Dawn" attracted us particularly, and anothct Otrijh
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's baring thoujjhfK!;r '
n necessary to put u pretty iittiu tuuig uuuub ixeurasna lino appsoroi
. . t i a w . .i . , , . , 5RJyttt.l
pne s uiniect .a peculiarity mat strueit us was a strain oi U.CVOU1
that nins through some of the poems, together, with soraet&k3l
displeasure with the church organizations.
J. Sterling Morton, in The Conservative.
At all good bookstores or of the University Publishing
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska, $1.00, postage prepaid.
Hahemann Medical College
and Hospital of Chicago....
Continuous Course. Terms begin in September, January and
April. Students may enter at the beginning of any term. Tho
largest clinics in Chicago, with a largo hospital under direct
control. Excellent laboratories. Graduates of colleges may bo
admitted to advanced standing. Descriptive catalogue Bont on
application. Persons interested in modical eduoation should
S. Henry Wilson, M. D., Reglstrer, 381 1 Cottage Grove Avenue.
j? rt' a
Powered by Open ONI