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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1906)
!l BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Every Lorl University BtacUmtJa
argd patronise these Nsbnts
ka Advertisers, nad t mentlea
he paper while dels; se. I s i
BARBER SHOPSArlBto, Green's
Palace, Mogul, Richards.4
BAKERY Mrs. Potry.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CAFE Sam WeBtorneld. Don Cam
eron. CARPENTER-Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at JHller
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
Conway, Erwln & Perkins.
CLEANERS AND DYERS J. 0. Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
goo & Doomer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltebrcaat.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwoll, The Fol
som. DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND,
THROAT Dr. Brie B. 'Woodward.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
DRTfGGISTS Rlggs, Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
GROCERS O. J. KIng-& Son. ' H
HABERDASHERY $2.60 Hat Store.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett
LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros,
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
PRINTING Now Century, King &
Jcbsup, Greet. Coopar C., George
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe. , '
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins. SHINING PARLOR Union 8hIniHg
SPORTING " GOODS Lawlor Cycle
TAILORS Unland, Unloa . Colloge
TYPEWRITERS Underwooi Type
TYPEWRITING J. W. Brewster.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Woai-
WAITERS' BUREAU Grant
What's a dance without Tommy7
' Thos. W. Colemaa, better known as
"Tommy," at Miller. A faint's.
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Remember tho Union Palladlan
' Jparty. at; the State. Farm Friday even
lug, May m
All advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.
Itate ono cont per word each insertion;
minimum, ten Cents.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-sallne, showor, plain.
11th and P Sts.
HAVE your clothing cleaned and
pressed at tho. Weber Sultorlum, 11th and
CLUB HATES Threo suits and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, 1 per month. El
liott's, 1136 O St.
FAQER . BROS.. Basemont Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggugo and parcels
BOSTON Dentists, 1319 O St.
DU. H. A. SHANNON, 1136 O. Auto,
2823; Bell, 212C.
Dr. E. M. Cramb, A. B., V: of N. '99.
R. C. HUBERT-, ladles' and gonts tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
, JEWELER Deloss Smith, watch
maker and jowelor, 138 So. 12th St
Low rates to students.
LOST On campus, pocketbeok
containing Jewelry, mileage book and
$5.00. Finder return to Nobraskan of
fice and receive liberal reward.
Four students, ladles or gentlemen,
to act as local agents, representing a
large business house, Gus Sodorberg,
1335 JN St.
Street Railway Time Card.
B. & M. Depot, Capitol and South 17th-1-Cars
lcavo B. & M. depot and South St.
at 'mln. past tho hour and each ten min
utes. First 6:05 a. m., last 12:00 p. jn.
Bt & M. Dopot, Capitol and Sumner via
Sun., 11 p. m.
14th Cars every 20 mln. First 0:20 a. m.,
lost 11:20 p. m.
Union College and Normal via 17th
Cars every 40 min. First 6:60 a. m., last
10:60" p. m. B. & M. depot loop. v.
B. & M. Depot, 25th and Sumner via
17th Lcavo P. 6. and 25th every 2ft mln.'
First car 6:50 a. m., last 10:60 p. m.
Cemetery Cars leave P. O. every 15
minutes. First 6:25 a. m., lost 11:25 p. m.
BrSt M. depot loop.
Havclock and Unl. Placo Cars leave P.
O. and Unl. Placo 20 and 60 mln. past
hour. Cars leave Havclock 6 and 35 mln.
post the-hour. First car leaves P. O. tf :E
a. m., last 10:50 p. m. First "car leaves
Hovolock G:35 a. m., last 11:35 p. m. Ser
vice to Uni. Placo every 16 mln., 6, 20735
and 50 minutes past. the hour. First oar
6:50 a. m., last car 11:05 p. nv
N W. Dopot, Capitol and So14th
Cars to 14th and A every 10 ml. To 14th
and South ovory 20 mln. First 6:20 a. m.,
last 11:40 p. m. 14th and South St. cars
moke N. W. denot Iood.
1 ePnitontlary 10th and O every 40 mln.
jtfirsc car leaves u:v a. m., laai j.u:up. m.
StatO Farm 10th and O even hour' and
every 10 minutes. -B. & M. depot loop.
South 10tli Cars to 14th and South
every 10 min. First Csl5 a. ml, last 12:00'
p. m. Sun. 11:00 p. m. Park every. 40
mln. -First 7:00 a.'m., last 11:B p. m.
South 10th street cars make N. "W. depot
loop. - ,
Stato University, R and No. 16th Cars
every 15 mln. First 6:23 a. m., last 11:07
p. m. -
SUNDAY Cars start 1 hour later and
stop 1 hour earlier.
MY MAGAZINE. "INVBSTTNa FOR
PROFIT" (which I'll send free) is wsrth
10 a copy to any man who Intends to in
vest any money, however small; who has
money Invested unprofltably, or who can
savo 15 or more per month, but who
hasn't learned the art of investing- for
It demonstrates the REAI .earning
power of money the knowledge financiers
and bankers hide from the masses.
It shows how to Invest small sums and
how to mako them grow into fortune
the actual possibilities of Intelligent In
vestments. ., ....
Tt t-AVMila the enormous profits bankers
make and shows how one can make the
am nrofltd HATOIV.
It exnlains HOW stupendous forturia
are made and WHY they are made how
$1,000 grows to $22,000 , .4
To introduce my magasine write me
NOW. mentioning this paper ana iu mi
BDC MONTHS FUEixi. ,
11 Jsokson Blvd., Chloaa.
Government inspection of Battalion
of Cadets. Major Wm. A. Mann, gen
Union Palladlan party. State Farm,
B Company Hop. Fratornlty Hall.
"An Evening of Proposals."
Yi W. C..A. girls'
"Junior Doings." Stato
High School Foto Day.
Thomas Orchestra Audi
College of Medicine Commenccatcnt
- May 25.
Annual competitive drill. v
Pan-Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
May 29-June 2.
Cadet .Encampment. v
Senior Play. Oliver Theatre.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Wednesday, May 2 Prof. G. W. A.
Euckoy, "The Making of a Teacher."
Friday, May 4 Music.
Monday, May -7 Chancellor An
Wodnosday, May 9 Hon. Ralph W.
Breckenrldge, "Federal Control of
8ame Old Story. v
Iow that every other affair has-been
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smctraciceu ror tuo junior ivm jParty,
and now that the weather man has
promised. to be on our side, there can
bo no possible .excuse for any Junior to
stay away. Wo havo doveloped Into
a peaco loving people. Never decorate
campus fences with hideous mono-
grapns, nor do we go around lifting
freshman caps from tho heads, .of the
fair impudejits. All these evidences
of barbarism are gono,- past' and for
gotton, But wo musj havo dome "way
of dispelling the excess of childish en
thusiasm that our unfortunate ' ances
tors, havo called class, spirit. WoHnius
do something to relievo our minds
from the burdens of our dally grind,
and ,tho only thing loft to us now is
to go back to the farm". Don't forget
when -wo start,' May 5th at four p. m.
Magniloquent manuscript- miserably
Adequately to tell,-the Maybreakfast
Yosf May 5th, hut don't Interrupt'
Fatuous friends only are missed
In this sumptuous time on May 5th;,
Foppishness, ''fallacy, fake not found
Thoroughly satisfactory as you ylll de
clare Hobble down
" dont miss It.
This Is ' th season everybody sits
for portraits. Beo what Towmsemd Is
producing and- mako appointment far
your slttlag. Studio, ?2 South 11th
Townsend's jeputatlo for artistic
photography is known throughout th
Qtatt, Studio. 234 oh KJovwith it.
WE MAKE EVERYTHING WEvSELL
Not Lovet Saver Kravt
High GratiG Confections
Fine Box Candy trora
30 to 75c pcrpovnd
The Olympla Candy Co
11310. Auto 3596
11 1 11 1 ' ' -
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see. Union
College Student Tailors.
Automatic Phone 3255.
Union College Tailors
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