The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 05, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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SENATOR
Thomas H.Benton
In tho Bonato Chamber of tho
United States, on Feb. 7th 1849, said:
"An American road to the Oricnt.'Thc
Overland Koute' rent nil and natur
al for ourselves and our posterity.
now and ere.ift r f or thousands of
years to come
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE"
UNION PACIFIC
Runs Threo Through Trains Daily
To lUnli. ( .ilifniiilii Mini Oi.U'mi Tin- fasl
IraliiH an l Iiik nl I'.n'l tli Co,i-l "t.xtct n limn 4
nlicad of nil 1 miipi'l itm -
Kill I inforin.it ion ehcci fully fuinish
oil on nppl u-at ion to
E. BoSlosson, Agt.
Intercollcgeat
Bureau.
COTTELL
& LEONARD
472 4 78 ItriiiiiluuT
A I linn) , Nru 01 U
Alnkers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and
Universities Illustrated Manual,
wimple juices, etc., on request,
(towim for the pulpit and bench.
York and Return
Wednesday,
$2.12
For the uik Music.d Fes-tival
tuo Hurlington will sell round
trip Uokeis to York for ill trains
Wediiesluv at S'2.10, uood to re
turn next day. Tinwia leave
Lincoln at 10.1". u. m , (J.0 uud
11 10 p. m.
City Office Cor 10th O Sta.,
Depot, 7th k V St--'.
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ANNOl'NC'IOMKNTS.
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Attention Juniors.
UasUet-h" I I'rac ict Saturday nt 1 .'JO
p. in. All Juniors who play baskot ball
bo sure and como out-. Junior team
will bo picked.
Jamih M. Ki ik. 1 son. ('apt
Faculty Meeting.
Tho fncully of tho C Ilego of Litera
ture, Scionco and the Arts meets atf p.
in., Wednesday, Fibrimry f), in I1 100.
Tno faculty of tho Industrial College
meets nt ." 30, samo lny and room.
Uy order of t lit Deane.
Delinquent Examination English 11,
English 11a and English 13.
Tho dolirquent examination for mem
bers 'f English 11, Engli-h 11a, and
English 13 will be liel I ,n U 3fH from 9
until 11 o'clock next Saturday morn nr,
February H. All delini'uonts aro ex
pected 10 prosont ih(m;uhoi at tint
time.
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February 1
Seniors.
All irer.iois ho have not jiaid their
8' b'lcnplion to the Alumni Oigan fund
will pleaao Uuvo Mime at chancellor's
ollic, Monduy or Tuw day-
Hy Order of Committee.
THE V. M. C. A. DIUECTOliY.
The faculty and student, directory
ha just been Issued bv t h Y. M. ('.
A. It (onlains 11 pagis and is a
conipcudiuni of tiKetuI Itilortual ion re
lating to the 1' nl vers! ty. 1L gives
tho name and address of everyone
connected vitlitlio institution, the
University calendar, a list or organi
zations and their olllceis and nt her
material ol value l t he st udent liod
(Copies may be obtained-at thassn-
clat ion rooms.
ALL KINDS OF - - -
Stationery Tablets,
School andJ
Student Supplies
AT
Roy's Drug Store,
101 Not tli 10th St.
Presci IptionH, Dispensing and Com
pounding Carefully Done
tlivu ua a. Liill,
The Qlover..
....Restaurant
1030 N St.
15c meals a specialty. FiiHt-elasH
quick service. J. A KLAM, Pi op
Attention, Students!
I wish to know you
I wish you to know my work
Kor this reason I will give vou 011r
dental work at about half the us
ual rates for about sixty days.
DR A. B. AVERS, 127'So. 12II1.
Tumble Weeds.
We have lookod over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will I Joed Duuroy. issued by the University Pub
lish ng (' , entitled rumble Weeds. ' We find Mr. Dnnroy an inter
eating person. He un 'ertakes large things, and approaches them in a
lurg' way. He anus evident ly for nothing short of the highest work.
It will le curious to sec what a joung man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy eeems to be distinctly a western man ono of
those w ho are iiite content with their own environment as a sphere
for action and growth Ilis 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 arc go, ng to count on the future of our western civilization.
One. lilt le poem on 'D.iwn attracted us p irticularly. and another on
Sergeant l'loyd We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's having thought
it neccs-sary to put a prett little thing about Nebraska into apostio
plies dialect A peculiarity that struck us was a strain of devoutness
that runs through mine ot the poems, together, with some to.ens of
displeasure with t lie cliuri h organizations.
.. Sh'rlin J . Morion, in The ( 'on.scrru I i rr
At all Li'ocul bookstores or of the lTni versit y !ublishiii'
('o., Lincoln, Nebraska, $1.00, postage prepaid.
A COPY OF
Webster's
DICTIONARY
X
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.
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
Special nttontion Kiron to ilUease. of ;"
and all aumtcal disrnirM. X-ray examination
with no discomfort or injury to patient. KT
rythln a homehU an possible. Board iU
room reaionablo.
Ill, LST. LINCOLN.
P. O. Box 951. Telephone Ml
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