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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Sam Wester field
117-121 N. !3Ih
Little Gem Hot Waffles
"Sam's Cozy Corners'"'
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x- lawyer, every man or woman or y-uilt'
who In likely ever to have occasion in commit
tee, or in public, to enlist the interest of one or
more hearers, and eouvince them every pvi.
eon who ever has to, or is likely to have to
" speak " to one or more listen rs will I nd in
our new hook a clear, concise, compute hand
book which will enable him to luccttitt
riticn $1.00 Postpaid cloth
HINDS & NODLE. Publishers
31-33-35 West 13th Street, N. Y. City
ScAoolbookt f all publithirx at out tlort
TASTES LIKE MORS
Rlggs, The Drug Gutter
1321 o St.
"Robert BurnVihe Leading 10c Ciga
When down town moot your frlonds at
GEO. M. CONWAY'S
1349 O STREET
The only oxoluslvo clar and tobaooo store
in tho city
12th AND O
feifc-ni .,.. .''SdkiJk .yt j-ti. .awaA m j&
Have a Very Successful Feed at the
Llndell Hotel on Saturday Evening.
The Engineers students had tholr
annual blow-out nt the Llndell, Satur
day ovonlng. The banquet was not
oxactly a "howling" success, but It
was perhaps tho most enjoyable affair
that tho Engineers have ever given.
About sixty husky lads sat down, and
even tho most hungry and critical
found nothing to complain of In the
bounteous feast. Tho toasts were of
surpassing excellence and brimming
ovor with timely wit and funny stories.
Mr, Davis as loaslmastor soomed to
bo a consolidation of Bill Nye, Mark
Twain and Ezra Kendall. Professors
Sears, Swoboda and Richards repre
sented the faculty of the three depart
ments and wished the boys all kinds of
success. The menu cards wore espe
cially pretty, being furnished by tho
committee Itself, Instead of by the
hotel. Much credit Is duo the commit
tee for tho high standard and good
taste In their management.
Chautauqua Summer School.
Tho School of Physical Education at
Chautauqua Lake, New York, has is
sued its catalogue This catalogue
Is for the summer session beginning
July 9th and ending August 18th, 1900.
In tho faculty roster appears tho
names of five Nebraska people, Dr. It.
GV Clapp, as professor of Physiology,
Athlotlcs and Gymnastics; Mrs. Anne
Barr Clapp, as professor in Anthro
pometry, Normal, Artistic and Correc
tive Exercises; Miss Alice C. Towne,
instructor In Educational and Thera
peutic Gymnastics; Miss Bess J. Du
mont, Instructor In Gymnastics and as
sistant in Clinic; Miss Nellie C. White,
instructor for Girls and assistant in
Grille. All but the last two are In
tho Unlvorslty now. Miss Dumont Is
instructor In tho East High School,
Rochester, N. Y., and Miss White In
Brenan College, Gainesville, Ga.
Tom Watson's Maaazine.
"tho magazine with a purpose back of
It," was established to teach tho best
way of abolishing theso special privi
leges, and, hence, of rendering the
trusts powerless to rob tho public. It
Is a big monthly magazine of 128
pagos, with illustrations, cartoons,
Mr. Watson's brilliant editorials, spe
cial articles, a sorlal story, novelettes,
short stories and poems, by tho
world's best writers. Regular price.
$1.00 per year; 10 cents the copy, at
all newstnnds. Everyone Is interested
in knowing tho best way to euro tho
trust evil and how to bring It about.
Now in its second volume, Tom Wat
son's Magazine is firmly established,
and ltsclrculation is growing rapidly;
but wo want to add a hundred thou
sand subscribers to our list in tho
next month or two.
Tourist Cars Popular.
Tho idea that an inferior class of
people patronize tho tourist sleepers
is an orror. On many trips only tho
best class of travelers are found. They
aro merely men a,nd women of good
sense who would rather travel to Cali
fornia in this manner and save a snug
sum of money to be used olsowhoro.
It is beginning to be understood that
it is by no moans necessary for the
traveler to spend a largo sum of money
In order to enjoy a trip to the Pacific
If you cross the continent in one of
tho tourist sloopors of the Union Pa
cific you will enjoy your trip and save
considerable money. Inquire of
E.- B. SLOSSON, Gonoral Agent.
The Lincoln Local" Express, 1343 O St
Bat at tho Unl. Music Cafe.
Wlrick 1036 O Traveler's needs.
Printing George Brs.. 13tk fc N.
Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 13th.
tr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards 81k
Typewriting, J. W. Brewster, Rich
Best 10 and 15 cent meals In tho city.
Have you seen our new spoons?
The University Book Store.
Don Cameron's now lunch counter;
quick service. 119 So. 12th St.
Have you scon the new effects pro
duced In photography by Townsend-
A complete English Dictionary for
$5.00 at the Unlvorslty Book Store.
Union Shining Parlor Shine, fly
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St.
Forbes Stables, livery, cab and bag
gage, 1125 P St. Bell 550, Auto 1550.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of the oyo,
car, noso and throat. Richards block.
When you come back bring enough
money to buy that new spring suit
Tuesday, April 10, 190C, sale of fancy
post-cards. Easter greotings, water
colors, Ink sketches, burnt work. At
University P. W. C. A.
All those Interested In gymnastics
are urged to meet In Dr. Clapp's ofilce
at chapel time on Wednesday to dis
cuss the possibilities of forming a
WANTED Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to have a
free trial of tho VISIBLE Underwood.
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
Bell Phono No. 348. 1,'lG No. 11th St.
Going home for vacation? Take
homo, -a souvenir of tho Unlvorslty.
Something now nt the Uni. Book Store.
Track men will meet In the Armor
this morning, Tuesday, and hear what
Dr. Clapp has to say regarding train
ing during tho spring vacation.
GOWNS and HOODS
To tho American Colleges and Unlvor
itles. Class contracts a specialty.
Reliable materials. Reasonable price.
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What's a dance without Tommy?
Thos. W. Coleman, better known aa
"Tommy," at Miller A Paine's.
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