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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1906)
THE DAkLY NEBRASKAN.
Drug & Book Co.
University Text Books,
Drawing Paper, Tracing
Cloth, Cross Section and
Profile papers, and other
127 South llth Str.
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Automatic Phone 3255.
Union College Tailors
POST OFFICK IlLDU.
1241 N STREET- 1241
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trndo of those who
wish it well printed.
You Patronage Solicited
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114 So. 11
Ladles' Dining Room In Connection
OPrtN 6 A. M. TO 1 A. M.
We have always been known as (he
We want your business.
YUX.BJBROS. HAND AUMDRY
IBM O Street. Auto 3754, BM 874
C. A. Tucker, Jeweler f
I Dr. Sam'l. S. Shean
8- -..OPTICIAN... . S
1123 O STREET 8
u You patronage Solicited O
All advertisements in this column
must be paid for In advance.
Itato ono cent por word each lnaertlon;
minimum, ten conta.
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CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-salino, shower, plain,
llth and P Ste.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
pressed at tho Wobor Bultorium, llth and
CLUB RATES Three suits and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, $1 per month. El
liott's, 1136 O St.
FAQER BROS.. Basement Windsor
hotel, No. llth St. Baggago 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. '99.
DR. "W. J. WELLS, stomach, kidney,
skin and blood. 1216 OSt.
. TAILORING T
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and Konts' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
JEWELER DeloBB Smith, watch
maker and jeweler, 138 So. 12th St.
Low rates to students.
The person who stolo from Pnlla
dlan Hall a silk hat will kindly return
same at once. It Is an old relic money
MY MAGAZINE. "INVESTING FOR
PROFIT" (which I'll Bond free) Is rrth
$10 a copy to any man who Intends to In
vest any monqy, however small; who hao
money invested unprofltably, or who can
save $5 or more per month, but who
hasn't learned tho art of Investing for
It demonstrates tho REAL earning
power of moncyr:tho knowledge financiers
and bankers hide from tho masses.
It shows how to invest small sums and
how to mako thorn grow Into fortunes
tho actual possibilities of Intelligent In
vestments. It reveals tho enormous profits bankers
mako-.and Bhows how ono can mako the
samo profits safely.
It explains HOW stupendous fortunes
aro mado and WHY they aro made hpw
$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.
Lawyers, Attention! Tho Law Year
Book has some Lawyer's Co-op. pub
lications at a bargalnr At tho Co-op.
Tnkc Yonr Clothe uml go to
J. C. WOOD & CO.
Successors to Soakup & Wood
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
Dell Telephone 147. Auto tZQ'.i
lU'iO N STUEET
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Surplus nnd-Froftts 8200,000.00
, " Deposit $3,020,000.00
TIE JIT PUIS
THE IVY PRESS
LATEST STYLES AND gg
KING & JESSUP'S
12S . 12th St. Mffll 12S 1. 12th St.
Mooting Board of Regents.
Phi Beta Kappa announcements.
Senior Prom. Lipcoln Hotel.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate. Madi
Junior, party. State Farm.
Senior Book ready for salo.
School of Agriculture Commence
ment. April 28.
Senior party nt State Farm.
B Company Hop. Fratornlty Hall.
"Junior Doings." State Farm. In
Theodore Thomas Orchestra Audi
torium. May 24.
Collego of Medicine Commencement.
Annual competitive drill.
Pan-Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
May 29-June 2.
Senior Play. Oliver Thoator.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Wednosday, Abrjl 11 Prof. Guern
sey Jones, "Tho Recent English Elec
Wednesday, April 18 Prof. W. G. L.
TaytoTr "Tho Boston Metropolitan
Friday, April 20 Music.
Monday, April 23 Dr. II. B. Lowroy,
Wednesday, April 25 Prof. E. A.
Pvoss, "Political Decay." An Interpret
Friday, April 27Muslc.
Monday, April 30 Mr. Daniel Ford,
If 'you want to keep in touch with
Just what to buy In men's wear
up-to-tho hour goods watch our win
dows Paines. Wo nfcT showing a
Kchoico lino of now weaves and color
ings in men's Easter neckwear.
i Having sold tho Eleventh street
lunch .counter somtrtlme ago, I opened
a table restaurant "on South Twelfth
street. I have now removed tho tables
and put In a lunch counter. Don Cam
eron, 119 South Twelfth street.
The active members of "Phi Beta
Kappa will meet this evening at- 8
o'clock In TJ. 109 for the election of
ofiloers and of new members.
Several new patterns In souvenir
spoons at the Uni. Boole Store.
Posters Colored posters In colored
mats just -the thing for room decora
tions 15c each or two for 25c. Tho
famous "Cow Girl" poster, 20x24 In
matted, $1.00. The Lincoln Book Store.
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WEDNE8DAY, MAT. & EVE., APR. 11
AL G FIELD'S
Prices: Matlne, $1.0, 76c and 50c
Evening, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
THUR8DAY NIGHT, APRIL 12.
English Grand Opera Co. of Ten
In 'El TROVATORE'
Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c & 50c.
of the common eye troubles may
be cured by wearing the right it
We will fit you to proper
glasses, or fill oculists' prescrlp-
tlon for you accurately and it
Hallett, - II43 0
fi ft W T
WE MAKE EVERYTHING WE SELL
Not Lovet Saver Kraut
High Grade Confections
Fine Box .Candy trom
30 to 75c per pound
The Olympia Candy Co
1131 0, Auto 3596
FRESH EVERY -DAYl
Our Candles and Baked Goods areAlways
Fresh andjQood Catrln our specialty.
THE MAXWELL CO.
Doth PlioMei. 13(h and N Sta.
I CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE9
I CLUETT, PEABODY A CO.
J MAKiae or ciurrr aho mowawch tHUTa
Wlrido-Trunks and Bags. 1036 O.
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