The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 04, 1906, Image 3

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THE DA.LY NEBRASKAN.
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BARBER SHOPS Arlsto, Green's
Palace, Mogul, 'Richards.
BAKERY Mrs. Petry.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Go-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITALGillesple,
BANKS Columbia National, Fins Na-
. 'tlonal.
BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAPE Sam Westorfleld, Don Cam
eron. .CARPENTBR-Geo. A. Wilson.
CATBRERT-"TomDay,, at Miller &
Paine's Fountain.
CIGARS AND TOBAGCOr-Geo. M.
Conway, Erwln & Perking.
iCLEANBRS AND DYERS J. C. Wood
&Co.
jCLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
- geo 6 Deemor, Ludwlg.
'cbAL Gregory, Whitebreast
' CONFECTIO jfJERS MaxweU, The Fol-
DISEASES OF EYE, BAR AND
, VTHROATDr. Erie B. Woodward.
BRY-GpOS Miller Paine, HerpoV
ahelmer, x
x DRWGGISTS Riggs, .Brown, Rector. .
BXPRESB LlBColVLocal. X
FLORISTS Chapl Bros. '
HAjBEASHERY 2.60 Hattore.
HOTELS Lindeli: ' ."
'ICE CREAM AND4CES Franklin IcG
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'JEWE.LER Tucker, HalletU
LAUNDRlBS-rYule Bros," , . .
-v,NpYBLTY.MAOHINIST-r-Thorp. v
i OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
TPHOTOOBiAWlBR TWHsend.
-PRINTING-New Century, King 4k
Jessup;3reer'v Cooper Ce., George
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RBSTAURANTS-Don's .Cafe.- ? , -'
.SHOES Snndejrpop, Rogers Jc Per-
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SHINING' "PARLOR TJhipk Shining
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SPORTINCv'tfOps-XaVloiKCycle
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JTADLORS TJnland, pnlon College.
' Tailors, Ludwlg. ' ---- ,
TYPEWRITBRS-Dndenrb . -Type-
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TYPBWRITINGJ. 7. llrewVter.
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MASSAGE
AWSTO BABMD SHOP.
-Up STREET, BVU IOCC
C4XDMHA NATIONSBANK
CATITM: ;-,100,000.00
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN
All jWvertltements'ln this column
muitVe paid for In advance.
Itato ono cent por word each Insertion:
minimum, ten cents.
BATH 8.
' CHRIS BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-saline, shower, plain.
11th and P Sts.
CLUB RATES Three suits and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, .11 'per month. El
liott's, 1136 O St.
BAGGAGE TRAN8FER.
FAOEIt BROS.. Basement Windsor
note), No. 11th St. Bagffago and parcels.
DENTI8T8.
BOSTON Dentists, 1319 O St.
Ru,,i,;.A..SHANNON' 1138 - Aut.
2823; Bell, 2120.
TAILORING
R. C. HUBERT, ladles and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
LOST On campus, pocketbook
containing Jewelry, mileage book and
$5.00. Finder return to NebraBkan of
fice and recelvo liberal reward.
WANTED.
' Four 'students, ladies or gentlemen,
to act as local agents, representing a
large business houso. Gus Sodorbenr.
1335 N SU . J
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8treet Railway Time Card.
B. & M. Depot, Capltpl and South 17th
Cars leave B. & M. depot and SouthvSt.
feti mln.past the hour and each ten min
utes. First 6:05 a. m last 12:00 p. m.
B. & M. Dejot, (?apltol and Sumner via
Sun,. 11 d. m.-
4th Cars ev.ery..2 mln. First 0:20 a. m'.,
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Union Collfcg"o and Normal via 'nth
Cars overj 40 Tnln. First G:BX) &. m.T liiat
10:60 p. m. B M. depot loop.
B& M. Depot, 25th 'and Sumner via
,17th Lave P. O. and, 25th every 20 mln.
First carO" a. m., lastQrBO p. m.
Cemetery Cars leave P.0. every 16
minutes. First 0:25 a. m., IasVll:25 p, in.
B&M. depoVloopX. A X
Qlavelock and Unl. Place ars IcaveJP,
u. ana Juqi. Place 20 aiftlvSO mln. past.
num. -vro jouvo jriavciocK band 35 mln.
DOSt the hour. K1rnt nJtr 1mivisvT) f K.r.n
Uj m., last 10:50 p. m. First caKlcaves
Vice to Unl. Plaba eVorv 16 mln.. k. 9nxar
and BO minutes paatthe hour, First aa
., iii.,iubl ir ij.:ut p. m.-
w ucpoi, tjapuoKand bo. 14th
ir rn HtVi nni) A ! in l. m- . ..i-
miltrn TJ XV iUnn Innn
ePnltehtlary 10th and .O every 40 lain.
Flrstcar leaves 0:40a..m. last 10:40 p m.
ZtAtc Farm 10th and O even hour and
SYerylO minutes. B. & M. depot loop.
tfiouth, 10th Cars to 14th andlSouth
every 10 Inln. Flrst"G:15n. m.. laiTl2;00
P.vm. Sun. vll:00 p. m. Park erary 40
mln. First, 7i0Q a. m., last ll:ft p.'m.
Sputh 10th street cars make N. W. dept
loop. ,.
fltato University," It and No. 16th Cars
every IB mln. First 6:23 a. m last H:ft7
p.-.m. ,
-SUNDAY Cars start 1 hour later ant
stop,l-hour eaTller. . s
'MY MAOAZINB. "INVESTINCJ FOR
EROFtf" (which JU1 send -free) is wrth
$10. a copy to any tthttrwher Intends-to In-vest-anymoney,
howeversmall; wh has
money Invested unprofltably, or wh can
fuivn IK nr mnr rr. mnnih v.. .
hasrt' learned rtho ,nrik of .Investing fr
.prodtJ. ' V. c . -, '
;.-It-' demnnkfrafhW !tKa . Tr!ATi- 'iuin
jjower of money theknovrledge financiers
uiiu uuunarD.iiiua iruui ins masses.
"It eho.ws how t0 invest small sums aad
how to make them rtow lnto-fortunes
the actual-possibilities of 'Intelligent' in
vestments. . r
,. ,treveals the enprmous profits bankers
make and shows how one can make the
same 'profits safely, s L . ',
It- explains HOW stupendous fortunes
ar tfiartft nnil XV WV thnu am mai1aiha
11.000 grows to 422,000. v i
", .v.uuuwo in iiiCHfctiawio ttiio !
NOTV. muntlnnlnr til nann an T'll !!
It SIX JTONTHS FREE.
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L'.MYSTIC; 8HRINC CONvkNTION
Excursion;-to-'San "Francisco and Los
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PlAjPr 5. to.MaOfi 6,. lnclusive,tjho
JTnion Pacific -wiir sell round trip tick-
and1 returning direct Pdrtland and
Seattle may be included at a cost of
$12.60 additional. Final return limit
July 31stA itesejryatlona arevidwbef
tag1 made Caat"Oilyf O'Ucer 1644 0
street, for full information. r
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May 4.
Union Palladlan party. State Farm.
B Company hop. Fraternity Hall,
May 5.
"An Evening of Proposals."
Mo-
moriai Han. ,
Track preliminaries.
, Y W. O.-A. girls' May morning
breakfast.
"Junior Doings." State Farm. In
the ovenlng.
May. 8.
Senior Book distribution.
May 11.
High School Fete Day. Field meet
May 16.
Athletic Board election.
Student
members.
May 19.
Sophomore party. State Farm.
May 21-22.
Theodore Thomas Orchestra Audi
torium.
May 24.'
College" of If ediciae CoramenceMent.
Omaha.
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Annual competitive drill.
Pan-Hellenic. Hop. Auditorium.
May 26.
Kansas-Nebraska trnr.lc moot.
State
Fair grounds, 2:30 p. m."
" May 23. -
xvjr uuy ouniors ana juniors dis
missed irom-afternoon classes.
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May 29-June 2.
Cadet Encampment
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June 4-.
Semester examinations.
June 12.
Senior Play. Olivor Theatre.
June 14.
vThlrty-flfth Annual Commencement.
Convocation.
"Friday. Mar 4 MtiHln.
Monday, ilay 7Chancellor An-
Wednesday, MayQHon'Ralph W7.
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LiiiQ insurance."
Friday Convocation.
The Charles Hagenow Siring Qua
tette.
Clarinet, Mr. Harley Husted.
Pianist, Miss .Edith Burllngim. -Mrs.
Raymond nt the organ.
Clarnet Quintette, Mozart; Allegro,
moderate, larghotto.
Symphonie Poem, Orpheus; Liszt.
Graduate Club.
The next .and last meeting of the
Graduato-Club will be held Frlrtnv
"evening, May 11th, at the home of Mr.
ancTMrs. J. E. Miller, Eighteenth and
C streets. Dr. E. A. Ross will clvo an
address on the "Coming Mandarlnate,"
and there also will be a musical nrn.
gram. Following the formal program
u iwopuuii wiii no noid, and refresh
ments served. At this meeting the
officers 'for the coming year wlli be
elecldd.
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'This Is simply to remind the Senior
girls of Jtho Y, W. C. A. meeting to be
held in Memorial Hall Sunday at 3
p. m. This meeting la especially de
voted to .them. ,Dr. Swearineen will
speak. Special music will consist in
a yioiin solo by, Kathleea Tuttle and
a .vocal sojo by Miss VJbbard.
Notice.
The class Jn Esperanto will hold its
regular meeting this afternoon. Rt 5
o'clock ia U. 20S. V
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STRAW HAT
SEASON HAS COME!
A Swell New Line in
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NOBBY SHAPES
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BICYCLE
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at slaughter, prices to rriakVi!
room for a ne$ stock ,of'i3
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$50 Eagle Bicvclis $25.00?
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