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THE OVkLY NEBRASKAN.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
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All Advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.'
. Rate one cent per word each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
BARBER SHOPS AriBto, Croon's
Palace, Mogul, Richards.
BAKBJRY Mre. Petry.
BOOKS-STATIONERY CoKp, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie,
BANKS Columbia National. First Na
tional: BOWLING ALLEY CreBcenL.
CAFE Sam Westorfleld. Don Cam
eron. CARPENTERr-Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
Conway, Erwln tc Perkins.
CLDAKBRS AND DYERS J. .C. Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee St Deetner, Ludwig. I ;
COAL Gregory, Whitebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maiwell. The Fol-
DISEASES OF EY, BAR AND
THROAT Dr. Brie . Wo4warl.
DRT GOODS Miller ft Pals. Herps
DRVGGISTS Riggs, Brown, Rector.
BXPRB8S Llacoln Local.
FLORISTS Ck&pla Bros.
GRQGBRS-O. J. King. 4b Bpa.
HABERDASHERY $2.60 Hat Store.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JBWELBHWTucker,. Hallett ,
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros,
NOVELTY MACHINIST Tkerp.
PRINTING New Gestury, Klg ,A
Jessup, Greer Cooper Co., Qeelf
RESTAJJRAN.T-S Don's Cafe.
SHOES Sanderson, Roger A Per
kins. SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
SPORTING GOODS-Lawlor Cycle
TAILORS Unland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwoed Type
TYPEWRITING J. W. Brewater.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Woes
WAITERS' BUREAU Grant.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-saline, shower, plain.
11th and P Sts.
CLUB. RATES Three suits and O'coat
cleaned Wd pressed, fl per 'tndnth. El
liotts, 1136 O St.
FAGER BROS.. Basomont Wlrtdsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggago 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 Alpha Thota Chi pin. Re
ward for return of same, to Nobraskan
Amherst College has adopted the
honor system. Freshmen caught
cheating are suspended a term, thoBe
from the three upper classes will be
Princeton Jiold Its third annual
Press Club banquet laBt Thursday
night. President Woodrow Wilson re
sponded to a toaBt, "The College Man
Michigan's annual has Just been
placed on sale at Ann Arbor. It Is
pronounced the most artistic and at
tractive annual ever Issued at that
LOST Pocketbook In Armory Tues
day evening. Reward for return to
FOUND Viking pin; owner may
have samp by identifying property and
paying for this ad. Nobraskan office.
WANTED Several men for school
positions paying from $70 to $90 a
Tr"Brrp"rPP"rT f p
Stanford University will bo recon
structed at once and by next Septem
ber every building necessary to the
welfare of the college will bo In per
fect condition. The damage 'by earth
quake was noT nearly as great as at
IF YOU WEAR ONE
If you want a graduation suit
that looks well como in and bco
me at 11th and O.
Minnesota haschosen the affirma
tive in the question for debate recently
submitted by Iowa: "ResolvecJ, that
cthe cities of the United States should
seek their solution of the great railway
problem in private ownership." This
debate will come off about the end of
Nebraska-Kansas track meet on
Unl. campus, 2 p. m.
Kansas-Nebraska track meet. State
Fair grounds, 2:30 p. m.
Union picnic. Epworth Lake Parle,
Dean Bessoy speaks to University
men in Memorial Hall at 4 p. m. Sub
jectjTho Value of Bible Study to'
May 29-June 2.
The College Topics of the Univer
sity of Virginia Bays that since Presi
dent Alderman became head -of that
Institution he has secured gifts for
the university amounting to $1,000 per
day, not including the amounts recent
ly given by the state legislature.
Mary Is a grand old name, says the
Chicago Daily Maroon. It is not only
an excellent title for a song, but tho
senior girls seem to think that It Is
appropriately connected, with their
basket-ball team. T-hero ,aro six of
them, Mary Heap, Mary McElroy,
Mary Smith, Mary Moran, Manager
Mary Johnson, and one Is called Marie
II JT TA8TE8 LXKB IfORB
fl RltPi The Ore Cittir
CJ li 1921 O St.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Hur pitta and Profits tOD,OOO.nfr
Deposit 3,040,000.00 ,
W. D. On ANT, Manager
Virak cliua ftorvlco cruaranteed aft all ro.
options, parties, eolation and banquet.
For Information ring up
13 No. tOtk at.
Senior Play. Oliver Theatre.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Every Night at 8:30
Mat. Wed. & Sat. at 2:30
Fulton Stock Go.
ENID. JACKSON and
t JE88 B. FULTON
Tonight, Frl., 8at & Mat
"DORATHORNE" " .' i
First Half Next Week . .
"BECAUSE I LOVE YOU."
Eve., 10c, 15c & 25c. Mat 25c & 10c.
TakeNfemr Clothe atad go to
J. C. WOOD & CO.
BncceMora to Bonknp & Wood
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
Ball Telephone 147. Aat IKO'4
1330 W STIIKET
Phi Delta Forfeit Game.
Owing to an oversight on tho part
of the fraternity league managers, tho
game which was tohave been played
between the Phi Dolts and tho Kappa
Slgs on Saturday, April 7, but which
was forfeited to the latter team upon
the failure of the former to appear -either
upon the scheduled date or tho
second date agreed upon by the two
teams has not until now been taken
Into account in rating tho percentages
of the team. Tho standing of tire va
rious members of tho leaguo at the
present is, therefore, as follows:
jphi" Kappa Psi.; 3
Delta Tau 2
Phi Gamma Delta 4
Kappa Sigma ... 5
'Alpha Theta Chi. 3
Delta Upsllon ... 4
Alpha Tau 4
Sigma Chi 4
Beta, Theta Pi... 4
Phi ( slta Thota. 1
SigmaV Mnha ...4
The Lincoln Local Express, 1343 0 St
W. L. P.C.
3 0 1000
2 0 1000
3 1 .750
4 1 .800
2 1 -.666
2 . 2. .500
2 ?-2j .500
1 3 .250
1 S .250
0 1 .000
0 4 .006
At the University of Iowa announce
ment has just been made that seven
teen students have Just been elected
to tho Phi Beta Kappa. Fourteen of
.these are co-eds, tho others men stu
dents. This- appears a commentary on
co-education until further on in the
article it is stated that "only those"
who take Latin are eligible." Per
haps that accounts for It.
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makes traveling a pleasure on the 6KUT WESTERN
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