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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1906)
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BARBER SHOPS AriBto, Croon's
lPalace, Mogul, Richards.
BAKERY Mro. Petry.
' BO'wttijfo ALIjEY Crescent
B0PK8-STATI0NERY Co-op, Llfa-
;'coln Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
"'Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter. -
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
mNKSybolumbla National, First Na
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent -v ,
CAFE Sw Westerfleld. Don Cam
cron. dARPBTS Rudgo & CuonJiel.
OARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
dTTNA Ttudge & Ouenzel Co.
djOARS AND TOBACCO Oliver CI-par-Co.,
Geo. M. Conway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
IfWood. ' ...
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma-
Kgee & Deemer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
cfONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol-
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRUGGISTS Rlggs, Stolner, Woem
Opener, Brown, Hector, Harley.
l$HY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol--9holmer,
Rudge & Uuensol.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
JPURNITURE Rudge & Guenjtel Co..
GROCERS O. J. King &. 8on.
HABERDASHERY $2.G0Hat Store. ,
?' ARDWARE Rudge & Guonxol Co
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ic
Qreara Co. x
JEWELER pucker. tfallettX
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OGULIST8 Dr. Davis.
POOL AND BILLIARDS The Heldel-
PRINTING New Century, ting &
JeaBup, Greer Cooper Co., George
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
SHINING PARLOR Union
TAILORS Unland, Union
- Tailors, Ludwlg.
V writer Co." v
TYPEWRITING J. W. Brewster.
8 Qfc&CIALIBTS-Dr. Brie BrWood-
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WAITERS' BUREAU Grant
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All advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.
Rate one cent per word each Inanrtlon;
minimum, ten centa.
FOUND Black fountain pen, on
camnus. Wednesday. January 24.
Owner can have aame by Identifying
property and paying for this ad. No
, FOUND Students' headquarters for
good clean homo cooking. Meals 16c.
L. W. Spencer. 12th and P Sts.
Found Wednesday on the campus,
brofvn mottled fountain pen. Owner
can havo same by calling at Nebnuv
knn office and paying for this ad.
Found Pocketbook containing sev
eral articles of small value. Owner
may havo samo by paying for this ad.
and Identifying property.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
Bait glow, sulpho-saline, shower, plain.
11th and P Sts.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
pressed at the Webor Sultorlum, 11th and
CLUB RATES Thrco nulla and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, fl per month. El
liott's, 113C O St.
PAOEH BROS.. Basement Windsor
hotel. No. 11th St. Bag-gusts and parcels.
BOSTON Dentists. 1319 O St.
DR. H. A. SHANNON, 1138 O. Auto.
2823; Bell. 2126.
Dr. E. M. Cramb, A. B., U. of N. 'OB.
DR. W. J. WEM.S. stomach,
skin and blood. 1216 O St.
R. C. HUBERT. Indies' and Kent' tall-torlng-
and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto.
JEWELER Deloss Smith, watch
matter and Jeweler, 138 8o. 12th St.
Low rates to students.
MY MAOAZING. "INVRRTINn fTDU
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money Invested unpronUibly. or who can
suvo. 5 or more per month, but who
hasn't learned tho art of investing for
It demonstrates thu REAL, earning
power of money tho knowledfro financiers
and bankers hldo from tho mosses.
It shows how to Invest small sums and
how to make them Brow into fortunes
the actual possibilities of Intelligent In
vestments. It reveals the enormous profits bankers
make and shows how one can make the
same profits safely.
It explains HOW stupendous fortunes
are made and WHV thoy are made how
11,000 ktows to $22,000.
To introduce my magazine write me
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81 Jacksoa Blvd.. Chicago.
8treet Railway Time Card.
B. & M. Depot, Capitol and South 17th
Cars leave B. & M. depot and South St.
at 5 mln. past the hour and each ten mln
uteB. First 6:05 a. m., last 12:00 p. m.
Sun., 11 p. m.
B. & M. Depot, Capitol and Sumner via
14th Cars every 20-mln. First 6:20 a. m.,
last 11:20 p. nv i .
Union College anti.Nd'rrnal via 17th
Cars every 40 mln First '6150 a. m., last
10:60 pm. B. AM. depot loop.
,' B. & M. Depot, 2Gth and Sumner via
17th- Eeave P. O. and 2Cth every 20 mln.
First car 6:50 a. m.. last 10:60 p. m.
Cemetery Cars leave P. O. every Ih
minutes. First 6:25 a. m lost 11:25 p. m,
B. & M. depot loop.
Havclock and Unl. Place Cars leave P.
O. and Unl. Place 20 and 50 mln. past
hour, Cars'leaVo Jlavelock 5 and 35 mln.,
past tho hour.' First car leaves P. O. 5:60
a. m.. last 10:60 p. m. First tar leaves
Hayelock 0:35 a. m., last 11:55 p." m. .Ser
vice to Unl. Place every 16 ml., 6. 20, 35
and 60 minutes past tho hour. First car
6:50 a. m., last car 11:05 p. m.
N. W- Depot, Capitol ,and So. 14th
Cnra to 14th and A every 10 mln." To 14th
and South every 20 mln. First 6:20 a. m.,
last 11:40 p. m. 14th and South St. cars
pinko N. W, depot loop, , .,
cPnltentlary 10th and O every 40 mln.
First car leaves 6:40 a. m.. last 10:40 p. m.
State Farm 10th and Q oven hour and
pvory 10 minutes. ,'B.' & M. depot loop.
South 10th Cars to 14th and South
every 10 mlm FirstT6;l5 a. m.. last 12:00
p. m. Sun. 11:00 p. ni. Park every 40
mln First 7;00' a., m.,- last 11:0ft n: m.
South 10th street cars make N. W depot
'oop. , , ....... .... .
State University. R and tfo. 16th Jars
nypry 15 mln. Flrst.6:23 a. m,, last 11:07
P' SUNDAY Cars start 1 hour later and
stop 1 hour earlier.
-ii Oter Colleges
Dr. Williams will bo athletic director
at Minnesota for three years moro. A
contract has just been slgnod to this
effect beginning September 1, 1906.
The contract, however, is not to bo
binding if football 1b abolished, or If
it should prove a loss financially.
One hundred and forty-five candi
dates havo- registered for the try-outs
for positions on tho baseball team at
Illinois. The infield ts certain to bo
filled with members of last yoar's
team, and there Is promising -material
for tho outfield. '
Tho "Spectator," of Columbia Uni
versity was published with colunin
rules turned, and with heavy black
borders from tho time of tho an
nouncement that the faculty had abol
ished football till the cIobo of tho fall
Abram Wlnegardnor Harris, LL.D.,
president of Jadtfb Tome Institute of
Port Deposit, Md., has boon elected
president of Northwestern University.
His term of office will begin July 1.
Dr. William Q. Andorson, director
of. the Yale gymnasium, has obtained
data to provo that athletes, at least
Yalo athletes, do not dlo younger than
,non-athletlc persons in support of
his theory he says of 761 athletes who
competed In meets In tho years be
tween 1855' and 1904 only flfty-ono died
Tho University of Syracuse is tho
recipient of the gift of a v stadium,
which will cost $200,000. The athletic
field In tho centor will bo 525 foot long
by 337 feet wide, providing room for
baseball and football and a splendid
running track. A total of eight acres
is to bo dovoted to making thls ono of
the finest fields for athletic contests
to be found In tho world.
At present tho largest universities
of the United States rank as follows.
according to number of students en
rolled: Harvard, Michigan, Minnesota,
Columbia, Illinois, Wisconsin' and Cor
nell. Credit to lowan Staff.
At tho faculty meeting yesterday the
matter of giving crodlt to students
who work upon the lowan was con
sidered and It was decided to give
credit for the worX done. This moans
that ' under certalnrcgulatlons,, tho
English department will grant credit
for tho work. Instead of doing this
work In theclass room the student
will have a chanco to1 got actual train
ing In practical Hfo workLltorally
tills la- a. courso In applied science
'Tiff, aff, Pout"
MATINEE: 60, 75 & f1.0O.
NIGHT; $1.50, f1.00, 75 A 50c.
Thursday Nlaht, Feb. 8. ,
ltr '"CAPTAIN1 DEBONNEIHE"
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"Tommy," at Mllhsr & Palne's.
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U 1321 O St.
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