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MONDAY, MAY 6
In Clydo Fitch'H Success,
"THE STRAIGHT ROAD"
..LYRIC THEATRE.. J
ROSE & 8EVERIN8
Illustrated Song: "Since You Called
Ladles Souvenir Matinees, Tuescdays
Continuous Shows from 1:30 to 5:30
and 7:00 to 10:30 p. m.
JEALOUSY TO MADNESS
"When Bob White Is Whistling in the
By Miss Revett
"Moon Beams and Dreams of You"
By Miss Robinson
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
For Good, Prompt
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It arced to patronise theie Nebrat- jf
j kan advertlien, and to mention
H the paper while doing to. t I I Jt
BARBER SHOPS Green's Shops, The
Richards; The Mogul.
BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
BAKERY Petry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
CATERER"Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS Llndsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, The Sterling.
COAL Gregory, Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
shelmer, Rudge & Guonzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs.
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallett, F. B.
LAUNDRY Yule BroB.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mellck,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now Century, Georgo
Bros., McVey, Simmons, The Ivy
MUSIC Curtice. Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoo Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Horzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, Bijou,
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day. Sara's Cafe.
Makers of CAPS, 60WNS ud HOODS
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CLASS HKTftACTS A SKCULTY
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CS'-Tho Only Up-to-Dato Hall in
1134 N STREET
The only up-to-date plant in tho
city. Saves you time and inonoy
1220 "O" STREET
The Junior party committee mot
Thursday morning and decided on the
features of the coming Jollification.
The party will be an afternoon pic
nic, and will come off Saturday, May
18. The location and the particular
details of the Junior festival are not
yet decided on, but the committee Is
enthusiastically pushing tho matter,
and promises that It will be the Jol
liest event of the year. The committee,
which holds its next meeting Tuesday
morning at 11 in U. 110. is composed
of tho following: Clarence G. Johnson,
chairman; Mary E. Brown, M. A. MillB,
J. C. McNlcol, Florence Tlllotson, Jen
nie Whltmore, M. F. Wasson.
"The Aching Void."
A sure cure for dyspepsia Is tho
May Morning Hreakfast. Look about
you! Know thyself! "Do you Hiiffer
from di'inoBH, heartburn, pain in tho
side?" We can cure you. "Is your
tongue coated; do you have a had
taste -in the morning; or do you over
feel an 'aching void' about breakfast
time?" These are the unmistakable
symptoms of the ailment we guaran
tee to cure. Do you ever feel as tho
you could oat the cracker off a whip?
Come to tho May Morning Breakfast
and rid yourself of these sufferings.
May 4, St. Paul's M. R. church.
Fruit Tree Spraying.
The botany and forestry students
have become somewhat interested in
a report recently published by tho
Nebraska Experiment Station in
which the statistical result of spray
ing Nebraska fruit trees is given. The
spraying was done to guard against
the destructive work of scab and cod
dling moth, and proved very success
ful At a cost of 25 cents per tree, 2,175
trees of different varieties were treat
ed in six different orchards of south
east Nebraska, and the gain In tho
amount of fruit produced over that of
an equal number of unsprayed trees
produced an average of 80 cents worth
of fruit per tree, while those properly
sprayed produced $1.80 worth of fruit.
The botany students are familiarizing
themselves with the methods of spray
ing and the best solutions used for tho
I, Charles A. Clark, intending to bo
In the University during the college
year of l!t()7-'()8, hereby announce my
candidacy for student member of the
Athletic Hoard for that year.
Moscow University and the Insti
tute of Technology have each received
$250,000 bequeathed to them by M.
Hedentsoff, a Russian millionaire, who
Dr. Wm. Kent lectures to Engineers
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Senior Program, Convocation.
May Morning breakfast, St. Paul'B
Freshman Hop. Fraternity Hall.
Engineering Banquet. Llndell.
Latin Club Banquet, 0:30 p, m.
Company B Hop.
Junior Program, Convocation.
Y. M. C. A. Committeemen's dinner
St. Paul's Church.
Last Y. M. C. A. Supper. St Paul's
Dean L. A. Sherman, "Turglneff," at
Sophomore Hop. Fraternity Hall.
Professor George D. Ayors, "Charles
Sumner" at Convocation.
Hon. Albert W. WatkinB, "Lincoln
and Douglas," at Convocation.
For refreshments nnd light catorlng
work see "TOMMY" at Miller ft
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