The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 23, 1906, Image 3

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BR SHOPJht-Ariaio. Grain's
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BAKBRY Mrs. Petry,
coU"ikxk Store, Ual. Book Store,
BroWa DrutrCo.i Harry Porter,
BOOK HOBPITAL Gillespie.
' 1ANK OolumbU Natkmal. First Na-
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dARpTiK-Oeo. A. Wikwa.
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? CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
"f; (kwayt nria 'eV, Perkins. ' -
CLBANlApTK8--Ji O.Wood
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seejJb Demer: Luawlg.
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DI8BA1M OF " BTB, BAR AND
THROAT prl Brie B. Wiwar.
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mutt Me aald for In Mvanee.
Kate one cent jxtr yyprt eaoh Insertion';
minimum, ten cents.
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CHRIS' BATH HOUSE THrklah,
ealt glow, gulpho-aallne, ahoif er, plala.
11th aad P.Bta.
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nUBRATB0Thre' suits and O'eeat
clearied arid ifseed, $1 per month El
liott's, 1138 X St '
v AQQAQE TRANSFER.
FAGBR BR08., Basement Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggaero and parcels.
DENTIST
BOSTON DentlBta, 1319 O St.
D1U H. A. 8HANN0N, 1135 O. Aute,
2823; Bell, 2126,
TAILORING
JL C. HUBERT, ladles' and rents' tail
oring and pressing., 117 No. 12th, Auto,
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have same by Identifying property and
paying for -this- ad. Neqraskan office.
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May 23.
Recital Advanped students in Elo
cution Memorial IhuV 8 "p. m. u
Ivy day. Seniors "and Juniors dis
missed from afternoon classes.
May 24. -
Cpllegoqf Medlclae Cpramencemenk
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;Annual competitive drill. :
Pan-Hellenlg Hop. - Audltprlumr
May 2fcO'. ;
Kansas-Nobraska track meet. State
Fair grounds, 2:30 p. "m. "K .
Union picnic. Epworth Lake "Park,
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- ' May 27. . '
Dean Bessey spenks to University
men in Memorial Hall at 4 p. m. Sub
ject, "The... Value of .Bible S.tudy to
uoiiepe Men."
-"' " May 28.
anirc-iau paraae.
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Cadet Encawpnient,
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Semester examinations.
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SenIor;tlay.. Oliver Theatre. ,
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Thirty-fifth Annual Commencemeat;
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Convocation. -
Wednesday, May 23 Y. W. C. A.,
"Special Program."
Friday MajrJMuic. ,t ,"'
Tourist Cars Popular.
The idea that an' Inferior class of
people patronize the tourist sleepers
Jg an Qrxpr. On many trlypsr only the
beet class pf .travelers are fOHnd. They
are merely men and women of good
sense who weuld rather travel to Cali
fornia In this mahnejr and saye a' gniig
sum; of money td be used elsewhere.
It Is beglnnincT to be Understood tat
It .is,., by no means necessary for 'the
Jt'rjtyejer tq:spe4 ITge sum qt nioney
ift,prdertoeaJoy"a trip to;the-Paclfl6,
Coasb .
' "If you eross th'e-eoutlaent in one sl
the. tourist sleepers of the Unlomj Pa
cific yw,:wlireJey yoor'trlp aad save
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IQMA TAU INITIATES.
Enilneerlng Fraternity Take In New
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At tne nnai meeung or tne Sigma,
Tau Monday evening the following
men were Initiated:
J, B. Smith, Roy Battan, C, B. Duer
and L, H. Baker.
The initiation was held at the Delta
Upallon house.
Continued-from4)ag6 one
book'.' Many cute are presented which"
make many of the roasts very clear
and in some places ludicrous. On the
whole, the outs in the Law Book are
much better than those appearing in
the Senior Annual. The professors
as well as the students are shown no
mercy In any of the write-ups or jokes.
On the' whole, Ihe book: is a tyery
creditable production and reflects'
much credit upon its editors', and man
agers. k
"The Arena" for May.
The May rtArena" Is very strong In
Its, fine literary and artistic features.
"What Our 'Universities Are Doing for,
American Literature" is a deeply
philosophical and searchlngly thought
ful paper by Edwin Davles Schoon-
matcer tne taientea autnor or "Tne
Saxons." The well-known and popular;
author, George Wharton James, con-'
tributes a magnificently ilustrated pa'-'!
per on Charles Hi Grant, the famous
marine painter, and his work. Thisi
contribution carries 'a number of ex-i
.cellently executed half-tone reproduc
tions of Mr, Grant's paintings. Gen
eral "Simon Bolivar, the liberator pf
northern South America, is the subject
of another illustrated paper in this
issue, prepared by the eminent student
pT South American llstory. Professor
Frederic M. Noa. Among subjects of
deep Interest , to thoughtful students
of American civic, life are the follow
ing: "Criminal' Wealth versus Com
mon Honesty," by Albert Brandt;
''The Railway's of Colorado by Hon
J. Warner Mills; "The British Labor
Party: Its Alms and Aspirations- by,
WllligmIack;' "TheValue of an lufc
migrant' by. Hob. Robert Baker;
J'Where the PeopJeT Really Rule,1' a
story of Oregon under direct legisla
tion, and "Why We Favor Municipal
Ownership," two extended ''editorials
by Mr. Flower '
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Qiieeri's University.
Assistant professor of Classics; saff
ary, 1,200. Applications for the . posi
tion, will bq.rpcelyed until June 1st.
Professor of Latin; salary, 12,0007
Applications for the position will 6e
received until September 1st
Assistant, professor of History; sal:
iry, 11,200. App;icatIons will be re
ceived, until September 1st. . , .
All appointments are provisional for
two years. GEO. Y. CHOWN,J
, Registrar,
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