The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 31, 1906, Image 3

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BUSINESS DIRECTOBY
vary Layal Ualvanltr Starfaat to
ara;a4 ta patroataa Mieaa Maaraa-
kaa advarftltara, aa hmUm
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BARBER SHOPS Aristo, Green's
Palace, Mogul, Richard. -
BAKERY Mrs. Petryr
BOOKS-STATIONBRTf Co-op, Lin
coln Book4 Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Glllosple.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. -
BOWLING ALLiflY Crescent
CAFE Bam Westorflqld. Do Gasa
erdn. - f t
OARPQNTER-rOep. A. wikwa.
CATERER "ToKmsy," at Miller ft
Palne'a Fountain.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
Conway, Erwln & "Perkins.
CLOANERS AND DTBR8 J. 0. Wood
&Co.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee TJeemer, Ludwig.
GOAL-Gregory, Whltebreaat
CONPKCTIONERSrrMaxweU, The Pol
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DISEASES, OT XTB, BAR AND
TriROAT Dr. Brie B. Woodward.
DRY GOODS Millet False, Hern
sheimer,
DRUGGISTS Rigga, Brown, Rector.
-EXPRESS Lincoln Local: '
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
GROCERS O. J. King ft Son.
HABBRDAflHERY$2.$P .Hat Store.
HGTBLSLindell. '
ICE CREAM AND IOES-Franklln Ice
Cream Co.
JEWBLER-VTuckor,. Halle tt. . r
- LATJNDRDJ6--Yule Bros
( NOVELTY MACHINIST Tkorp.
OOUUSTS7)r, Davla.
PHOTOGRAPHH TewasasU.
PRINTING-New Caatary, Kins ft
"Jewup,' Greer Cooper Ce., Gkovfje
Bros. ,
.RESTAURANTS Doa's Gate.
SHOESandexson, Roger' ft Per
kins. SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
Parlor. .
SPORTING GOODS-rLsVrflotf Cycle
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TAILORS Unland, ; jUnlepi - Cellege
Tailors, Ludwig. ""sV?'-
TYPEWRITERS Underwoei Type
writer Co.
TYPEWRtTINQ-J. W. Brewnter.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Brie B. Wcti'
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EORQE A. WILSON
IceNTHACtO AND' BUILDER
iatlma'taa faralsbed ppon application.
Job work promptly attended to.
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN
All advertisements In this column
must be paid for In advance.
Rate one cent por word each Insertion ;
minimum, ten cents.
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BATHS.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE Turkish,
salt glow, sulpho-salino, shower, plain.
11th and P St.
CLUB RATES Three suits and O'foat
cleaned and pressed, $1 par month. El
liotts, 1136 O St.
BAGGAGE TRANSFER.
FAOER BROS!, Basement Windsor
hotel, No. 11th St. Baggage and parcels.
DENTISTS
BOSTON Dentists, 131? Q St
DR. H. A. SHANNON. 1188 O. Auto,
2823; Bell. 2126.
TAILORING.
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
3771. .
LOST.
LOST Phi Rho Sigma pin. R.
Christie, '09, Inquire at Registrar's
office if found.
WANTED Sovoral men for school
positions paying from $70 to J90 a
month.
June 4-9.
Semester examinations.
June 12.
Senior Play. Oliver Theatre.
June 14.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Chicago in Arms Against faculty.
Stagg may resign and three hun
dred undergraduates may not return
to Chicago next fall. The action of
the university senate in refusing the
University of Chicago permission to
play any institution of its class In the
west on the football field has stirred
up bitter feeling. Some of Mr. Stagg'B
close friends say he will resign from
the physical directorship, and it is
given out that a petition is circulat
ing with three hundred undergradu
ates' names attached who will. not re
turn next fall unless there Is some
thing doing in the Way of .real foot
ball. Summer School.
June 1Q-14, Sunday-Thursday Com
mencement week, University of Ne
braska. .
Juno 11-12, Monday-Tuesday Regis
tration. Juno 13, Wednesday Session be
gins. ,
June 14, Thursday Thlrty-flfth an
nual Commencement day, University
of, Nebraska
2Pno 16J
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Wzwxq 22. Friday, -p. m.-
Lecturo:
Prof; Wm. P. Dan,n, .'
June 23 Saturday morning Lec
turo: Prof. 'Charges E. Bessey.
.June 29, Friday, 8 p. m. Lecture:
Mr. H. R. Fairchild.
Juno 30, Saturday morning Lec
ture: Rrof. Harry K. Wolfe.
July 4, Wednesday Holiday.
July C, Friday, 8 p. m. Lecture:
Prof. 'William B. Jilison.
July 7, Saturday morning Lecture:
President G, W. Wadsworth.
- July 13, Friday, 8 p. m. Reception",
Wesleyan University;
July 14, Saturday morning Lec
ture: Prof. Howard W. Caldwell.
July 17, Tuesday, 8 p. m.Exhlbl
tlon by Gymnasium classes. ""
July 19, Thursday, 8 p. m. Closing I
reception. . I
" July 20, Friday Seealoa clofl. I
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NEW BOORS
that are all possessed of the necessary merit to hurry their Balos'
among careful buyers. They are dressod in oxcellent bindings, print:
and paper and aro mixed with many othors of oqual 'popularity.
Fenwlck's Career, by Mrs. Humphroy Ward. .
Lady Baltimore, by Owon Wlstor.
The Woman In the Alcove, by Anna K. Green!
Pam Decides, by1 Bettlna Von Hutten. - a ......
The Mayor of Warwick, by Herbert MHopkins." "
The Evasion, by Eugenia B. Frothlngham, ''' ,
Silas 8trong, by Irving Bnchello'r. '
A Diplomatic Adventure, by Weir Mitchell.
Double Trouble, by Herbert Quick.
The Challenge, by Warren' Cheney. ....
My Quaker Maid, by Marah Ellis Ryan.., .
The Throwback, by Alfred Henry Lewis.
A Maker of History, by Frederick Opponheim.
The Quickening, by Francis
The Clammer, by William
Barbara Wlnslow, Rebel, by
The Conquest of Canaan, by
The House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton. .
All for the Love of a Lady, by Elinor Lane.
Miller & Paine
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Former Student Suicides.
News from Denver says: William
Wilson, formerly of Lincoln, commit
ted suicide, at Grand Junction, Colo.,
by shooting. Mr. Wilson was the son
of William Wilson, a pioneer of Lan
caster county. He leaves a wife and
child. No cause is known for his deed.
He had appeared despondent on ac
count of having failed to pass nn ex
amination for promotion from the po
sition of fireman to that of engineer
on the Rio Grande railroad. He was
formerly a student at the University
of Nebraska and served in the Sev
enth regiment, United States volun
teers, ddrlng tho Spanish-American
-war and was at the battle of El Caney.
His brother, Hugh Wilson, is division
superintendent on the Missouri PaJ
clflc railroad. The latter has gone
to Grand Junction to bring the body
to Lincoln for burial.
Mr. Wilson visited tho University
about two months agojind seemed en
thusiastic about the west and his proB
pects there.
Games. W.
Phi Kappa Psl.. .3 .3
Delta Tau 2 2
Kappa Sigma ... 5 4
Phi Gamma Delta 4 3
Alpha Theta Chi. 3 2
Delta Upsilon ... 4,2
Alpha Tau 4 2
Sigma Chi 4 1
Beta Theta PI... 4 1
Phi Delta Theta. 2 0
Sigma Alpha ... 4 0
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Consider pictures for appropriate
graduation gifts. G. A. Crahoerr-1132
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all the deslrablo things havo
been bought by earlier comers.
Remember, It's NOW that tho
pick of tho Bilvorwaro, cut glass
and Jewelry is offered. '
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