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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1902)
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THE DAILT NEBRASKA!!.
S . e The University School of Music, Just South of the Campus. You Can Enter at Any Time. , ,
Has numerous Natural Hridgcs, Cares,
otc , of no little interest. The Mam
moth Cuve of Calaveras, discovered by
miners in 1850; the Alabaster Cave; the
Crystal Palace Cave, c ntaining a num
ber of attractive subterranean apart
ments, such us the Hr'dal Chamber, the
Crystal I'alace Room, and a curious
apartment called the Music Hull, where
the deposits of aqueous origin not only
take tho form of organ pipes, sounding
boards, etc., but albo omit when struck
musical sounds and vibrations. Near
thin cave are two natural bridges
which the tourist can visit and roturn
Jlo the railroad within half an hour.
Tho only natural way to roach
those scones of interest is via
"Tho Overland Route,"
ompribing tho Union nnd Southern Pa--clflc,
now really one line. The on'y
tline running through trains to San
'Francisco from Omaha.
Throo Trains Daily.
The Fast Trains arriving 15 hours
ahead of all competitors.
Full information cheerfully furnish
od upon application.
E. B. SL0S5EN, Agent.
102! 0 St.
"We can give you all the new styles In
cards and finish the market affords.
Special Rates to Students.
Oct y o u i
relined, repaired and reQtted.at
tho same old stand,
N.E.Cor. llth AOSts. 'Phone 708
Will eoon be here but February
iu Floridu ia like May in Ne
braska. Join tho Burlington
Excursion and leave Lincoln Jan.
29lh. Spend February in Flori
da; live on nice fresh pino-ap
ple8 and oranges. Ask or write
us fur booklot descriptive of tho
'"City Office Cor 10th & 0 St.,
Depot, 7th & PSte.
Program for this evening.
Music, Selected. Papor, Miss
Powell. Vocal Solo, Mr. Burt.
Story, Miss Ilurloy. Recitation, Mr.
GIdbos. Vocal bolo, Miss Flally.
Music, Selected. Medley, Mibb
Si) in bur and Miss Nelson. Recita
tion, Mr. Strickland. Recitation,
Miss Huntington. Story, Miss Butler.
Vocil Soio, Miss Scheldt. Talk, J.
F. Boomor. Selection, Miss McCal
Jum. Violin Solo, Mr. Houston.
Reading, Miss Doane. Critics Re
port, C. E. Teach.
I ANNOUNCEMENTS. ;;
American History Second BemooUr.
American History 2 (Period of the
Revolution); G (Local and State Govern
ments); 8 (Territorial Expansion); 10
(Theory of tho Stute); 11a (Comparative
Government); 14 (Historical Jurispru
dence); 24 (Introduction to Common
Law); and 2Ga (Special Problems in
Administrative Law) are open to
students properly prepared.
Notice to Seniors.
I wish to see this woek all seniors in
tho Industrial Collego who intend to
graduato on Charter Day, Februory 15,
1902. Seo mo any day in tho Deans'
office (104 University Hall), between
11:30 and 12 o'clock.
Chaiu.ks E. Bessky,
To those students who have asked that
a new introductory course in argumenta
tive composition and debuto (parallel to
English 11) bo started next Homester,
announcement is hcroby made that it
is not practicable to offer such a course
M. M. Fooo.
Miss Pound will give a three hour
survey course in the History of English
Literature, beginning next semester, to
be registered for aB English Literature.
A card-book containing silver and
papers vuluablo to owner only. Find
or please leave at Executive office and
Arthur F. Becker.
I wish to know you.
I wish you to know my work.
For this reason I will give you your
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for about sixty days.
DR. A. B. AYERS, 127 So. lath.
If. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
Bolal attention ftren to diieaio of wo
H.l.l .ttontlnn vlvnn tn rillfiaiAk OI V
andaU inrg-ioal diseases. X-ray sxamlnatUsj
with no (tlarnmfort or lnlUTT to Datiesfc. V
rythiof as homelike as posslbU.
1117 L ST. LJNCOLN
r. O. Iu 061.
We have looked over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Ileod Dunroy, issued by tho 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 evidenlly for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be curious to see what a young man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy Eccms to be distinctly a western man ono of
those who are quite content with their own environment as a sphere
for action and growth. His themes arc things that exist, and that he
can see aronnd himself; it is men who can take this view, it seems to
us, who are going to count on the future of our woateru civilization.
One little poem on "Dawn" attracted us particularly, and another on
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's having thought
it necessary to put a pretty little thing about Nebraska into apostro
phe's dialect. A peculiarity that struck us was a strain of devoutness
that runs through some of the poems, together, with some toons of
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.
A COPY OF
All Juniors who have not called for
tbeir caps at B. L. Paine'a will please
do so at once.
LOST AND FOUND NOTICES"
in the Daily- Nebraskan,
one cent per word per in
sertion. No notice for less
than ten cents.
Absolutely new, with thumb index
and best binding-, is now on sale at the
office of The University Publishing Co.
If you wish the best dictionary there
is at a Bargain call at once, or write,
The University Publishing Co.,
134 North 11th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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