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Colonist Excursion Rates
Every day during tho months of
March and April. 1902, tho ONION
PAOHEIO will soil Colonists Excur
sion tickotBvt tho following ono-way
Tolluttc, Anaconda and Helena $20 00
To Spokane 122 50
To points on (Jreiit Northern Uy.
Spokane- to Wenatcheo, inc.
vhi Huntingdon and Spokane 22 t0
To points on (treat Northern
Ry westoi Wenutchee via Hunt
ington and Spokane loeal oyer
Wlnatchee, not to oxeeed 25 00
To Portland,Taco:r a and Seattle
Points, including1 ltranch Lines
on H I'. t'o. routli of Portland,
via Portland 25 00
Corresponding low rates from inter
mediate points on UNION PACIFIC.
11? "Write for rules to points not given
E. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
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Tho oxecutive board of tbo engineer
ing aociety haB decided to postpono tho
regular meeting until noxt Thursday in
stead of Wodno8day aa intonded. Tho
mooting will be hold in room 211 of tbo
gymnnBium ut tho requebt of tho elec
trical engineering department which
will givo its annual display at that placo
on tho samo ovening. At 9 o'clock tho
Sigma Xi socioty will hold its annual
open mooting in Memorial hall. All
ongineoring students aro urged to bo
S. D. Clinton, Pres.
All those eoniors who havo ordered
canes and havo not jet called for thorn
aro requested to do ho at onco. Tho
commiltooiu charge is hold reFponeiblo
for tho ordors and is therefore anxious
that thie mattor bo attonded to at once.
English 12 (Monday Division).
Allmombersof English 12 who aro
obliged or who prefer to bo in tho Mon
day division will please be nt tho oil
chapol at 2 o'clock this (Monda) after
noon. M M. r'ooo.
All Lasoball men report at onco to
Ctach Booth in the armory. Caco
work will begin at once.
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Commencing March 1st and con
tinuing daily until April 3Uth
tho Hurlington wi 1 bull ono way
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pointb at greatly reduced ra'es.
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To tho Amerioan Colleges and
UnivereitieB. Illustrated Manual,
sample prioes, eto., on request.
Gowns for the pulpit and bench.
An adjourned meeting of the facul
ties will bo hold Monday, Fobruury 1C,
in U. 209, to receive reports on candi
dates for graduation in Juno.
The election of oflicers for tho Becond
semester will be held Tuosduy, Feb.,
11, at 1 p. in , in Memorial Hull.
11. CJ. Stic a i u, President.
C. E Social.
The Christian Endeavor society of
tho First Congregational church will
give a social Friday night, February 7,
at tho church. All are cordially iavilcd.
AH Seniors who havo not paid their
subscription to the Alumni Organ fund
will please leave samo ut chancellor's
olllco, ut once-
By Order of Committee
Ago worn by the University
of Nebraska Students, There
are none bettor.
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I wish you to know my work.
For this reason I will give yen your
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We have looked over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Ucod Dunroy, issued by the University Pub
lishing Co., entitled "rumble Weeds." We find Mr. Dnnroy an inter
esting person. lie undertakes large things, and approaches them in a
largo way. lie aims evidently for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be curious to see what a joung man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy eeems to be distinctly a western man ono of
those w ho 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 around himself; it is men who can take this view, it seems to
us, who are going to count on the future of our western civilization.
One little pcem on ''Dawn" attracted us particularly, and another on
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's baring thought
it necefsary 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 tokens of
displeasure with the church organizations.
r. Sterling Morton, in The Conscrvutirc.
At all good bookstores or of the University Publishing'
Co., Lincoln, Nebraska, $1.00, postage prepaid.
A COPY OF
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 llili Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. X
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