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THE DAkLY NEBRASKAN.
What's a dance without Tommy7
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
tmjt Loyal University Stmasa Is
arced to patroaiae theie-Meferas-
kaa advertisers, aad to aaaatlaa
the paper wjrflo doing So. i t
BARBER ' SHOPS-Arlato; Green's
alace, Mogul. JUcbards.
IAKERY Mrs! Petryi
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
cola. Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie. .
BANKS Columbia National, Fire Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAFEr-Sam Westorfleld. Dob Cam
eron. CARPBNTDR Geor.A. Wlleon.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller ft
CIGAJIS AND TOBACCO qeo. rf M.
Conway, Erwln & Perkins.
CLEANERS AND DYERS J 0. Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong-, Unland, Ma
gee ft Deemer, Ludwlg.
' som. ' - ..
DISEASES OF BYB, EAR AND
THROAT br. Brie B. Woodward.
JRY GOODS Miller ft Paine. Herpol-
DRUGGISTS Rigg8,HBrown, Rector.
FLORISTS Ghapl Bros.
GROCERS O. J. Klngft Boa.
HABERDASHERY 12.60 Hat Store.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros
NOVELTYMACHINIST Thorp; .
OCULISTS Dr. Davfc. '' ' ' ' ' : "
PRINTING New Century, King fti
v Jcssup, GreerCooper Ce., Qeerge,
v Bros.51 ,
SHOES-HSaridersoa,. Rogers ft Per
kins. v .
SHINING PARLOR Union "Shining
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle.
TAILORS Unland, UnioB College
Tailors, Xudwlg. '
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type-
TYPEWRITING J. W. Brewatec
SPECIALISTS Dr. Brie . Way
ward. WAITERS BUREAU Grant
Tom Watson's Maaazlne.
"tho magazine with a purpose back of
it," was established to teach the best
way of, abolishing these special privi
leges, and, hence, of rendering the
trusts powerless to fob the public. It
is a big- monthly magazine of 12&
pages, with 'illustrations, cartoons,
Mr. Watson's brilliant editorials, spe"
"clal articles, a serial story, novelettes,
short stories and . poems, by. tho
world's best -writers. Regular price.
$1.00 peyoar; 10 cents the copy, at
all newstands. Everyone is interested
in knowlpg the best way to cure the
trust evil and, how to bring It about.
Now in its second volume, Tom Wat
son's Magazine Is firmly established,
and its circulation is growing rapidly;
but wo want to add a hundred thou;
sand subscribers to our list In tho
next month or two.
tm down town suet year trleada at
, GEO. M, CONWAY'S
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All advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.
Kate one cent per word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-saline, showor, plain,
llth'and P Sta.
CLUB RATES Throe suits and O'coat
cleaned and pressed, $1 per month, El
liott's, 1136 O t.
PAGER BROS.. Basement Windsor
hotel. No. 11th St Baggage and parcels.
BOSTON. Dentists, 1319 O St
DR. H. A. SHANNON, 1138 O. Auto,
2823; Bell, 212G.
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
LOST On camnus. nocketbook
'containing jewelry, mileage book and
$5.00. Finder return to Nobraskan of
fice and receive liberal reward.
Four students, adies or gentlemen,
to act as local agents, representing a
large business house. Gus Soderberg,
1335 N St.
8treet Railway Time Card.
B. ft M. Depot, Capitol and South 17th
CarS leave B. & M. depot and South St
at 5 mln. past the hourand each ten min
utes. First 6:05 a. m., last 12:00 p. m.
B. & M. Depot,. Capitol &na8umner via
Sun., 11 p. m. x
14th Cars every 20 min. First 6:20 a. m.,
last 11:20 p. m.
Union College and Normal via 17 th'
Cars every 40 mln. First 6:60 a. m., last
10:60 p. m. B. & M. depot loop.
. B. it M. Depot 26th and Sumner via
17th Leave P. O. and 25th every 20 min.
First car 5:50 a. m., last 10:60 p. m.
Cemetery Cars leave P. d. every 16
minutes, First 6:25 a. m.,1ast 11:25 p. m.
B. & M. depot loop.
Havelock and Uni. PlaceCars leave P.
O. and Uni. Place ,20 and 60 min. past
hour. Cars leave Haveloclc 6 and 35 mln.
past the hour. First car leaves P. O. 6:60
a. m., last 10:50 p. m. First car leaves
Havelock 6:35 a. m., last 11:35 p. m. Ser-,
vice to Unl. Place every 16 mln., 6, 20, 35
and, 60 minutes past the hour. First ear
6:50 a. m., last car 11:05 p. m.
N. W. Depot, Capitol and So. 14th.
Cars to 14th and A every 10 mia. To 14th
and South every 20 mln. First 6:20 a. m.,
last ll:40p. m. 14th and South 8t ears
make N. W. depot loop.
'"ePnltentiary 10th and O every 40 mln.
"First car leaves 6:40 a. m., last 10:41 p. m.
State Farm 10th and O even hour aad
ovory -10 minutes. B. tc If. depot loop.
South 10th Cars to 14th and South
every' 10 min. First 6:15 a. m., last, 12:90
p. m. Sun. 11:00 p. m. Park every 40
mln. First 7:00 a. 'm., last 11: p." m.
South 10th street cars moke N. W. depet
State University, R and No. 16th Cars
every 16 mln. First 6:23 a. m., lost 11:07
SUNDAY Cars start 1 hour later and
stop 1 .hour earlier.
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power of money the knowledge financiers
and bankers -hide from the masses.
It shows how to Invest small sums and
how to make thqm grOw into fortunes
the actual possibilities of intelligent In
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It reveals the' enormous profits baiikers
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It explains HOW stupendous fortunes
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4 -H. B. SLOISON,
High School Fete Day. Field moet.
Athletic Board election. Studont
Freshman party. Walsh Hall,
Sophomore party. State Farm.
Theodore' Thomas Orchestra Audi
torium. May 23.
Ivy day. Seniors and Juniors dis
missed from afternoon classes.
College of Medicine Commencement
Annual competitive drill.
Pan-Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
Kansas-Nebraska track meet. Stato
Fair grounds, 2:30 p. m.
May 29-June 2.
Senior Play. Oliver Theatre.
x June 14.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Wednesday, May 9 Hon. Ralph W.
Seckenridge, "Federal Control of
A "lot of botany studentaswent out
botanizing with Dr. Clomcnta on Sat
urday morning, reporting a prontobie
forenoon's work. J
f rroiesBor nugo jjo vrieu, prouuuiy
the greatest figure In tho field of evo
lution, Is lecturing at Princeton.
Tho Mask and Wig Club of the University-
ot Pennsylvania will give a
performance for the benefit of the San
Students In botany complain of the
cold rooms in Nebraska Hall for the
past few days. It is too bad that tho
steam cannot be turned on for an
hour or so each cold day.
. South Dakota defeated Iowa last
Friday on" the question of free election
of studies In universities. ,jThe decls'
Ion- was against the freedom of ele6-
Ktyo Sue Inul, repreenting the Uni
versity of Michigan, won the Northern
Oratorical league contcstt .held here
recently. "Inul's subject was "The
Mission of New Japan." Chicago,"
Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, North
western and Oborlln were the other
universities represented in the con
test. In the annual bowl fight, between
the two lower classes at the Univers
ity of Pennsylvania last week the
sophomores succeeded In winning the
contest. The first half was a, draw,
but the second resulted In a victory
for the second-year men. The sopho
mores have already won a track meet,
the foot ball game and a boat race
against the infant class.
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Thos. W. Colemaa,' better known as
"Tommy," at Miller ft Paine's.
The Ensign Omnibus
and Transfer Co.
wlircall and got your trunks and
take them to any depot or wlll
move thom to any part of the city.
will call and get your checks-.
without extra charge and deliver
your baggage.. We furnish hack
any "time day or; night Our offlc'
Is never closed. Flno carriages for'
I funerals a specialty. Both, phones.
TASTES LUCK MOKBN
Rjos, Tkt Drug Cittir
U 1321 O St
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