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THE DULY NEBRASKAIN.
1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1
; llTry Xysl Unlvertity Student U
rgd t patroalse these 2ibmi
; kaa ndvartlicrs, and to mcnttea
thf paper wbll doing (0.111
BARBER SHOPS Aristo, Greon'fi
Palaco, Mogul, Rlchardst
BAKERY Mrs. Potry.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie
BANKS Columbia National, Firs Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAFE Sam Westerfield.' Don Cam
CARPETS Rudge & Guenzel.
CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CHINA Rudgo & Guenzel Co.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Oliver Ci
gar Co., Geo. M. Conway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong Unl&nd. Ma
gee & Deomer, Ludwler.
COAL Gregory, WhltPhronst.
CONFECTIONERS Mnxwell. The Fol-
DISEASE8 OF BYR .AR ANP
THROAT Dr. Erie B Woodwnrd.
DRUGGISTS Rlpes. Sfplnpr. Woonv
ponor. Brown. Rector, Hnrlflv.
DRY GOOD8 Miller Pnlnn. Horpol-
sholmor, Rudgo & 0uon7fllv
EXPRTCSfl Lincoln Tvni.
FLORT8TR Chnnin Br -FTJRNTTTJRE
Rndeo - OnonrPl Ch
GROfTTORS O .T Kinc jr. oon
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudgo & Guenzel Co
ICE CREAM AND JCES Franklin Ire
JEWELER pucker. Hallott.
LAUNDRJES Yulo Brqa.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULIST8 Dr. Davis.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townsend. -.
POOD AND BILLIARDS The Heldel-
PRINTING Now Century. King &
Jessup, Greer Cooper Co., George
Bros. . -
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
SHOES Snnderson, Rogers & Per
kins. SHTNING PARLOR Union Shlnlnc
TAILORS Unland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
writer Co. -TYPEWRITING
J. W. Browbter.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood
wnrd. WAITERS' BUREAU Grant.
MY MAGAZINE. "INVESTING FOR
PROFIT" (which I'll send freo) is worth
$10 a copy to any man who" Intends to In
vest nny rnoney, however small; who has
money invested unprpfltably, oil who can
save $5 or more por month, but who
hasn't learned the art of Investlng'for
It demonstrates tho REAL earning:
" power of monoy-7-tho knowlcdgo flmnrclors
and bankers hide from tho masses.
It shows how tp Invest small sums and
how to make them grow into fortunes
tho actual possibilities of Intelligent In
vestments. It reveals tho enormous profits bankors
make and shows how ono canrmake the
same profits safely.
It explains HOW stupendous fortunos
are made and WHY thoy aro made how
$1,000 grows to $22,000.
To introduce my magazine write mo
NOW, mentioning this paper and I'll send
it SIX MONTHS FREE.
81 Jackson Blvd., Chicago.
, DO YOU EVER WRITE HOME?
.Certainly you do. Why don't you get
a box of that fine new box stationery
at the University, Book Store? It will
please you and' please; your friends.
Alt advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.
Rate one cent per word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-saline, shower, plain.
11th and P Sts.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
presBCd at tho Webor Sultorlum, 11th and
CLUB RATES Three suits and O'coat
cleaned anil pressed, $1 per month. El
liott's, 1130 O St.
Z BAGGAGE TRAN8FER.
FAGER BROS.. Basement Windsor
hotel. No. 11th St. Baggago and parcels.
BOSTON Dontists, 1319 O St.
DR. II. A. SHANNON, 1136 O. Auto,
2823; Bell, 212G.
Dr. E. M. Crnmb, A. B., U. of N. '99.
DR. W. J. WBLTjS, stomach, kidney,
skin and blood. 121 C O St.
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
JEWELER Deloss Smith, watch
maker and .Jeweler, 138 So. 12th St.
Low. rates to students.
WANTED Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to havo a
free trial of the VISIBLE Underwood.
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Bell Phono No. 348. 136 No. 11th St.
LOST A black change pocket-book
on the campus, containing a Yale key.
Finder please, return to Nebraskan of
fice and receive reward.
Street Railway Time Card.
B. & M. Depot, Capitol and-8oLUhl7th
Cars leavo B. & M. depot and South St.
at 5 mln. past the hour and each ten min
utes. First C:05 a.' m., last 12:00 p, m.
B. & M. Depot, Capitol and Sumnorvla
Sun., 11 p. in. '
-Hth Cars every 20 mln. First 0:20 a. m.,
Inst 11:20 p. m.
Union1 College and Norrnal via 17th
Cars ovbry 40 mln. First 5:G0 a. m., last
10:50 p. mB. & M. depot loop.
B. & M. Depot, 25th and Sumner via
17th Leave P. Cv and 2Cth every 20 mln.
First car G:D0 a. m.,last 10:50 p. m.
Cemetery Cars leave. P. O. every 15
minutes. First 6:25 a. m., last 11:25" p. m.
B. & M. depot loop.
Havolock and Unl. Place Cars leave P.
O. and Unl. Placo 20 and 50 mjn, past
hour. Cars leave Havelock G and 35 mln.
past the hour. First crtr leaves P. O, G:50
a. in., last 10:50 p. m. First car leaves
"Havelock C:35 a. m., last 11:35 p. m. Ser-
vlco to Unl. Placo every 15" mln.,-6, 20, 33
and 50 minutes past tho hour. First car
5:50 a. m., last car 11:05 p. m.
N. W. Depot, Capitol and So. 14th
Cars to 14th and A every 10 mln. To 14th
and-South every 20 mlru First C:20 a. n.,
last 11:40 p. m. 14th and South St. cars
mako N. W. depot loop.
oPnltentlary 10th and O ovory 40 mln.
First car leaves 6:40 a. m., last 10:40 p. m.
Stato Farm 10th and O oven hour and'
every MLrjnlnutcs. B. & M. depot loop.
South 10th Cars to 14th and South
ovory10 mln. First 6:15 a. m., last 12:00
p. m. Sun. 11:00 p. ip. - Park every -40
mln. First 7:00 a. m., last 1TTB0 p. m.
South 10th street 'cars make N. W. depot
State University, R and No. 16th Cars
ovory 15 mln. First 6:23 a. m., last 11:07
p. m. -
SUNDAY Cars start
stop 1 hour earllor.
1 hour later and.
Students of the University who wqro
cinched out of college during tho re
cent term examinations will havo tho
novel distinction of seeing their names
in print In the1907 BIuoTind Gold If
tho present plans of Editor J. R. Gab
bert aro fulfilled. Several pages of tho
class annual will be devoted to pic
tures and records of prominent under
graduates who have failed to make tho
necessary eight units to remain in tho
university. Dally Californian. ,
Pedagogical Club. U. 212.
Baskot-ball Brown's Business - Col
lege vs. Nebraska. Armory, 8:15 p. m.
Senior and Junior basket-ball, Fri
day, 5 p. m.
Non-Corn Hop. Fraternity Hall.
English Club meets with MIbscs Ro
njan and Pope, 1336 E street.
Nashville-reports, union meeting of
Y. M. C. A. and Y7W. C. A., 7:30 p.m.
Gymnastic team try-outs. Armory,
8 p. m.
Gymnastic Exhibition. Armory, 8
Glee Club homo concert.
Senior Prom. Lincoln Hotel.
Annual competitive "drill.
Pnn-Hellenlc Hop. Auditorium.
March 14 Dean Pound, "Tho Con
gress on Uniform .Divorce Laws."
March 16 Music.
March 19 Mr. A. E. Sheldon, "The
Music and Literature of Nebraska In
dians." Illustrated with photograph
March 21 Prof. F. C. French, "De
mocracy and Culture."
March 23 Music.
March 2G Prof. Laurence Fossler,
ivfrarch 28 Prof, O. W. A. Luckoy,
"Tho Making of a Teacher."
This Is to Be On of the. Best on the
Tho first signs of tho Museum
building appeared yesterday, when
brick were seen piled up just north
east of University Hall. Work will
bo started upon this building Just as
soon as tho weather will permit and
pushed with nil possible speed In order
that It may bo completed by Septem
ber 1st, 190G. Thjjjcontract calls for
the completion of the building by this
time. Tho architect for this building
is T. R. Klmbjill of Omaha. Mr. Kim
ball's work Is to(T"-wldply known to
comment upon-It here, and. It is 'need
less to say that tho stylo wllPBo up
todato In every, way. Tho contractor is
W, D. Campbell of this city.
Tho building will bo made of fire
proof brick, and will form a wing to
the old Nebraska Hall. Tho brick
aro known as tho semi-vitrous brick
of Kansas, and it is-claimed that thoy
aro tho highest grade of a building
brick. Tho size of the wing Is about
fifty by seventy-five feet, and four
stories high. The interior Is to bo
finished In red oak , which will givo
It a very pleasant and bright effect.
This wing will be occupied by tho
department of Geology, which will
havo all laboratories, lecture rooms
and offices In the first' and second
floors. The last two floors will be
devoted to the University Museum.
12th AND b
We have always been known it the
Wo want your business.
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U 1321 O St.
"Robert Burns," the Leading IQcClga
Whon down town moot your frlonda at
GEO. M. CONWAY'S
1343 O STIIBBT
The only oxoltulvo clfear and tobacco vtore
in tho city
ThursTpMat. & Eve.
Isle of Spice
Prices: Mat.' 50, 76 & $1.00 ..
Eve., $1.50, $1.00, 75 & BOc
Frl., -Sat. & 8at. Mat .
Prices: Eve., $1.00, 75, 50 & 25c.
Mat,, 50 & 25c. .-.,.)
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