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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1905)
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Tbo class in genoral Botany (2) is
now Btudylng tho beautiful plants
known as Desmlda and Diatoms. '
A mooting of tho Medical Society of
tho University will bo held tomorrow
in M 301. Papers will bo read by Ira
J. Clarko and John Buis.
Kappa Alpha Thota will givo a
dancing pa4y tomorrow night at
WalBh hall. On Saturday evoning tho
annual banquet of the sorority will be
Several important new books have
been recoivod recently by tho Pro
fesBor of Botany. One of the moat no
table is that by DoVries on tho Origin
of Species and Varieties of Mutation.
The Forest club will meet Saturday
at 8 p. m. in N 102. M. A. Benedict
will discuss the "Seasoning and Treat
ment of Timber," and B. R. H.d'Allo
mand will givo a talk on the "Forest
Reserves of Nebraska."
Up to the time the paper went to
press last evening the meeting of the
Board of Regents had not been called.
Tho meeting was announced for 2:00
o'clock, but because of delay of trains
only two regents had arrived.
A crowd of about Bixty university
and academy students participated in
a roller skating party at the Auditor
ium skating rink yesterday morning.
The sport of Bomo of tho beginners
terminated In a Virginia "reel."
Professor Bessey has been asked to
review De Vrles' new book, "Species
and Varloties," for tho Now York In
dependent. Somo tlmo ago he reviewed
Professor Morgan's book on tho "Evo
lution and Adaptation," for tho same
In tho class in advanced Plant
Pathology, ono of tho special Bubjects
of study Is tho decay of timber, In and
out of tho tree. Mr. d'Allemand is the
field collector in this work, since ho
has had much experience In the great
Phi Rho Sigma will open their now
quarters in tho Farmers' & Merchants'
block tomorrow night. The new quar
ters are much hotter adapted to the
needs of the society than were the old
quarters in tho Halter block from
which they were driven by firo some
two weeks ago.
The Junior caps have made their ap
pearance on tho campus. Their style
Is something now In the line of class
caps, resembling that of a golf cap,
brown with red lettering. The chair
man of tho cap committee has an
nounced that all juniors who have or
dered caps can receive them at the
Armstrong Clothing Co.
St. Valentine's Day was fittingly ob
served In tho Union Society last Fri
day night. Tho hall was beautifully
decorated with artistic designs appro
priate to tho occasion.
Tho early part of tho ovonlng was
spent in u guessing contost. The win
ner, Miss Mabel Popoon, wbb awarded
a beautiful heart.
After the contest J. E. Bednar spoke
briefly on the subject, "St, Valentine,"
treating of Its origin, history and object.
In less than three days from Lincoln what an agreeable change I
Why endure threo moro long months of winter weather, when jrou can
leave it all and go to balmy California on a train like the
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Every comfort and convenience agorgeous hotel oa wheeja, If yon
please expressly for you.
Dally via El Paso and the Southern Pacific through -New, Mexico
Most southerly courso quickest way to reach the realm of summer. Br
ery mile is a milo away from winter.
Full Information about this train and other service to California,
with booklet "The Golden State," promptly on request.
F H. BARNES
G. F. J.
at farmers Institutes the past week by
C. W. Pugsley and Val Keyser. An
unprecedented interest has been shown
In farmers Institutes this year and the
demand for lecturers from the depart
ment of agriculture Is far beyond the
The Mechanical Engineering Depart
ment has recently purchased a com
plete Mahler's Bomb Colorimeter. This
Is a very valuable piece of apparatus
In fuel and oil testing course. Tho
department has bought considerable
valuable apparatus for this course In
tho past two years. An addition of
five moro planlmeters has been neces
sary to meet the increase of students
In engine testing work. The depart
ment now' has fifteen of these expen
All engineering students and others
having railroad or engineering friends
should remember that Professor Goss
will be here March 13th. Anyone hav
ing friends who would be Interested
should hand their names to an officer
of tho Engineering Society as they
wish to send them a personal Invita
tion. Professor Goss has a world-wide
reputation In experimental locomotive
work. Everyone Is cordially Invited
to hear him.
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Boll Phone 634 Auto Phone 2504
Elliott's Suitorium, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable. 1136
O street Both phones.
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eyo, ear and throat. 207-8 RlchardB
block. Phono 666.
Tho members of professor Smith'B
course in education 10 have been vis
iting tho church secondary schools of
the city for the purpose of comparison
with tho early church secondary
schbolB. Mr. Heelan, an ex-Unlvorsity
man, a,nd a , graduate of St. Jesuit
School of Kansas, addressed tho class
yesterday on the "Jesuit School of
Today," giving a good idea of tho
course corresponding to our high
school course. Mr. Heelan is now a
member of the staff of the Lincoln
Manifolding and typewriting. See
Ed. Affolter, check room, basement Uni
hall. University rates.
Special rates for students at tho
Good Health Cafe. Better investigate.
Lincoln Local Express, 1033 N street
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln Transfer Co.; heggage.
Twenty-ome meals for $3. Dormitory
M. H. Swonk, assistant in tho De
partment of Entomology, is making a
number of addresses at farmers' Insti
tutes over tho state this month. Ho
spoke on the Hessian fly at the lnsti-
t..tnn l.nl1 nf TJlnnr nnrl Rilttrm fr
I Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively,
Hair dressing, shampooing at the
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