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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1908)
THE DAILY NBBRA8KAIH
10c S 10c
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVB. 7t45 & 900
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
(Continued rom Page 1.)
Polo Vault McMnsters.
High Jump Knode, Rathbone and
Broad Jump Perry, Rathbono and
Hammer, Discus and Shot Collins,
Tain and Patten.
Relay Burke, Mueller, Bentley, Mc
Donald, Perry anti Davis. " , '
The "Minnesota entries could not be
obtained up to the time the Nebras
kan went to press. The ofllcialB for
the meet will be: Referee and starter,
Clevenger. Judges of the finish, Wol
cott, Cornell and Phllpott Timers,
Dayton, A. D. Smith and Phillips.
Clerk of course, . Harvey. Head field
Judge, Plnneo. Judges of the jumps,
Maxey, Burruss and Hewitt. Judges
of the weights, Chaloupka, Little and
Walte. Announcer and scorer, Dobbs.
Inspectors, Cherrlngton and Frum.
THE GREAT KELTER
Great Novelty Bounding Wire Act
JOHN J. WILDE
A Real Novelty
German Musical Comedian
BERNICE HOWARD & CO.
GILROY, HAYNE8 & MONTGOMERY
In the Nautical Burletta
"THE GOOD CHIP NANCY LEE"
8towaway Chas. Gllroy
Captain Nausea Maurice Haynes
A first-class passenger
The Frog Man
In His Scenic Production,
1320 N St., Llnln, Nab.
MEN'S MA83 MEETING.
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editors at home, and thereby secure
a sentiment over the state which will
cause every legislative candidate to
state his position on the question.
Lot aU, University men come out
next Sunday afternoon and help in
augurate the biggest practical move
ment for reform In our Btato, which
University men have ever under
taken. The meeting will take place
In the Temple Theater at 2:30 p. m.
The books at the Michigan library
are Increasing so fast that? the prob
lem of suitable accomodation Is a 3on
ious one. At the present time the 11.
brary numbers 22,209 volumes.
The anual rush between the Fresh
men arid the "Sophomores' atTDe Pauw"
has been abolished. Instead the twu
classes beet In a game of baseball. The
day of the game Is observed as a holiday.
Cornell now has a Are house, con
taining a hook and ladder and a hose
cart. Four men sleep In the build
ing at night to handle the apparatus
In case of fire Next fall a volunteer
students' fire company will be organ
ized to add to the protection.
The seventeenth Annual Peace Con
ference will meet at London, July 27,
to August 1, tvhere special attention
will be given to securing the presence
of American collegians. Full creden
tials as to delegate credentials may
be secured from the American Peace
I COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING I
B v AND a
1 STEEL DYE EMBOSSING
A NICE LINE OP STATIONERY
I Fraternity Bldg., LINCOLN, NEB. I
Michigan is considering a new ide
of oral examinations in the language
departments It Is thought that with
a longer examination period, the stu
dent can receive Individual attention.
Large stock of stylish oxfords at
popular prices. Call and see them.
Rogei & Perkins, 1129 O street.
Columbia seniors are Issuing a class
book containing the picture, personal
history, and college record of every
member of the class.
Clements' pttqtos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.'
THE W SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all students and Invites you
to enjoy our 8moklng and Reading
Why not take your hath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
It's a pleasure to please. Try
"UNI"- 8MOKE HOU8E.
1132 O 8TREET
All persons who do not get the 1908
Corrihusker which they ordered be
fore school Is out will have-the book
sent to them and a sight draft drawn
on them for the price of the book and
the express charges. AU books to be
gotten at the Unl. Book Store.
HUBERT O. BELL,
MILLER & PAINE
Our May White Sale
In view of Graduation, Commencement or the sublimity of the
June Wedding, these white goods sales are happenings of prime Im
portance. Aisle by aisle on first and second floors are drifts of
white." Just such white as you need most and need now. Every
thing in white waits you everything from the tlnle lace to the Im
ported robe that for charm and beauty stands peerless everything
from fine Cotton Dress Goods and Silks to Bedding ILnens and .Bed
spreads. And the right prices,? Right here.
CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES 1 to 4 inches widths, on fine quality of
material; 56 pieces in the lot, all from our regular stock that sells or
dinarily at 6 1-4c and 7 1-2c a yard; (?
for, yard , . . . ut
TORCHON LACE Thousands of yards of bette'r-than-ordlnary quali
ties 1 to 4lnch widths, with edgesand insertions to match, C
Straight Venlse Bands, in white, cream and ecru; just right for wool
dre88es, 1 to 6-inch widths; choiee designs; yard tr
up from 1JC
Straight Venlse Bands in white, cream and ecru; just right for wool
dresses, 1 to 6 Inch widths; cholcedeslgns; yard up ICs
IIHI I .III I ""M
Fir Flrtt Class Tallcrlng
AT LOW PRICES
-AUTO 48 COLLEGE VIEW
WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
IN EACH T0WM
and district to
ride and exhibit a
sample Latest Mpdel "Ranger" bicycle furnished by us. Our agents everywhere are
making moncyfast. Wriii for full particulars and s.
JNU JUOKJSX UKO.1
Writ for full particulars and special offer at one.
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to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deposit in advance, prepay freight, and
allow XJSM UAKS' jtukis xiUAL during which ume you may ride trie bicycle ana
put it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
Jteep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you will not be out on cent.
FAPTABV pBIPPQ wc ""roisn tne highest grade bicycles it is possible to ma ice
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than anv other factory. We are satisfied with ti.oo Drofit above factory cost.
ItlOVCliE DISALEHS. vou can sell our bicycles under vour own name mate at
double ' "our rjrices. Orders filled the day received.
BISCOND 11ANI 1UCVCLKS. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
r usually have a number on hand taken intrude by our Chicago retail stores, lliese we clear out
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itAICTCD DDllfCC Blnglo wboeis. Imported roller clialns and peuals, parts, repairs and
OUASICK'QltAAtd, equipment of all kinds at hatf the usual retail prices.
5 0 HFnCFTHnRN PHHRTIIBF-PDIMIF $
SELF'H EALING TIRES toiniroduoe,omly
The regular retail Price of these tires is
ij-it cer vair. out io introduce wc iv:u
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Taoks or Glass will not let the
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Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use.
nFXMHwnrMMt Made in all sizes. It is lively
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a BTwlnl mmiTtv nf rubber, which never becomes
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fied customers stating that their tires haveonly been pumped
up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resistingqualfties beinggiven
by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the
tread. The regular price of these tires is J&50 per palr.bu t for
nr,'lnrrnitrTvatvrnre mnkintrnsDecial facforvnriceto
thr rider of only J4.8oer pair. AU orders shipped same day etter is received. We ship C. O. D. on
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r 1 m 1 ' TjmiMfc .
Notice tho thick rubber tread
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and O," also rim strip U"
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send FULL CASH WIT1I OllDKlt and enclose thisa,dvertisement. We will also send one
nickel plated brass nana pump, nrcs 10 oe reiurnca ui uuu expense it lor any reason iney are
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, lost longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will oc so well pleased that wlicn you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
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