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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FILLED FIVE JOBS
U.G. SPALDING & BROS.
THE MANHATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERS
t.AHSvl.y,il1.2.1Eef,Cieanod''PrOBSod and Repaired by the MAN
HATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERS. Suit. Cleaned and' Pressed ff2S.
That Is not much when compared with what it Is worth to, you to; look
neat and stylish. Call Bell Phone F 918. We will send for and return
SThe Largest Manufacturers In the
World of Implements and Uniforms
THE SOPHOMORES ELECT MINOK
100. psr cant Extra WaaT 25c.
Made with "Easy Tie
Slide" space and "Pat
, ented Lock Front."
One of 100,
DANCE PROBtUMS-BANQUET MENUS
SIMMONS, THE PRINTER
317 SO. ISTH STREET
Pino Lino Pound
10th & N StH
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
I2th and 0 8trtt
P. L. HALL, Presides
. B. JOHNSON, Yice-PrMUUat
BEMAN a' FOX, Ossbier
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Am. OmW
FREY & FREY
All Kinds of Cut Flowers
1338 O St.
Eat at Green's Place
The UNION CAFE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
L. J. HERZOC
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
I33Q O St.
All Makes of Second-
)' hand Typewriters sold,
rented o r exchanged.
Co.. 714 P St.. Mi Phones.
Finest watch and Jowolry Ropairing
in tho oity. Give us a call.
Boll A7W, Auto 8884, - 1211 O St.
Wo solicit a share of your
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
"Welcomes nil Students.
Bn rfcirvrT and Bllvor Latter
P PlPrS Inlaid Work a
B T II LtO specialty.
ini. smoke Mouse
1102 O Street
- All makes rented with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Rebuilt Machine.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1155-Boll 1181, 123 No. Uth
Do Your Washing
WEAVERLING WINS ONLY flOHT
EX-PRE8IDENT OF CLA88 GET8
Patterson of Lincoln 8econd Man In
Three-cornered Contest for Man.
aging Finanoes of the 1910
Ralph Woavorling of Boatrlco was
yostorday oloctod business manager of
tho 1910 Cornhuslcor by tho sophomoro
olass. Woavorling won on tho second
ballot by a vote of 65 to 41 ovor R,
W. Patterson of Lincoln. Hascall was
third man, ho dropping out after tho
L. C. Ostorhout of David City was
oloctod vico-prosidont by acclamation.
By a similar procedure, Miss Esther
Dovalon of Omaha was oloctod soc
rotary. Miss Isabollo Willliams of
Lincoln, troasuror, and Jamos B. Law
ronco of Beatrlco, sorgeant-at-arms.
Tho business managership of tho an
nual was tho only office for which
there was a contoat. V. C. Hascall,
R. W. Pattorson and R. B. Woavorling
woro tho throo aspirants for that po
sition and prior to tho meotlngs it was
gonorally admlttod that tho contest
would run closo botweon Woavorling
Laws Held Caucus.
Tno freshman laws materially aid
ed Woavorling's campaign by holding
a caucus during tho morning and de
ciding upon tho Beatrlco man as their
candidato. This throw a solid support
to Woavorling which gavo him tho
necossary majority. Patterson voto
was scqlod down somewhat by tho
nocoBBary abBenco of a number of
men who had boon counted upon to
cast thoir ballots for him.
Tho mooting was called to ordor by
Prosldont Morohouso, who first briefly
expressed his thanks to tho class for
thoir oloction of himself at a recent
mooting. Ho thon announced that nom
inations would bo dispensed with and
GREGORY, the Tailor
Has a'dandy line of goods for Spring Suits. He also
does tho best cleaning and pressing in the city.
14th & O Streets Auto 3264
tho three candidates were named by
tho chair. A ballot was immediately
taken, with the resulting voto of 60
for Woavorling, 32 for Pattorson and
24 for Hascall. Hascall's name was
dropped and on the second ballot tho
voto was 66 to 41 in fuvor of Weaver
ling. Others Selected.
Blection to tho class offices was
made in all cases by acclamation. L.
C. Ostorhout was so elected vice
prosldont Miss Esther Devalon, class
secretary; Miss Isabollo Williams,
treasurer, and James B. Lawrence,
It. E. Weavorling, the business man
agor of next year's Cornhuskor, is a
freshman law student Ho enrolled in
Nebraska in tho fall of 1907 and
stayed here one somaster. Ho then
wont to Kansas university for the
second semester. He returned to Ne
braska for a law coureo last fall. He
Want - Ads
AdvorttaemenU for the want ad
:oluuiu Ihould be left .at the buslnest
office, basement Administration Bldg
between 10 a. mahd 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Caah must aecomnanv. all orders foi
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
insertion for every niteen words o?
fraction thereof for the first lnser
tion; three' insertions 25 cenU; flvt
Insertions. 40 cents.
" FOR SALE.
FOR SALE A new high-grade hi
cycle at 25 per cent discount Inquire
at Nebraskam office. 91-tf
Spalding's Tridi-Hirt xtsrv uuu
OfurkityMpsrckiH Mft Qg
GuinatH of Qailltr lp TrAPlf
Spaldiug'a New Spring A
and Summer igog rii j
Catalogue, comglete Flfllu
edition, 144 pages; ,UIU
about 2000 Illustrations, flflff O
Copy mailed to any address on
receipt of request
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
147 Wabash Avo., Chicago, 111.
is a mombor of Alpha Tau Omoga
L. C. Ostorhout comes from David
City. Ho is an acadomio Btudont
Miss Dovalon is a rcsldont of Omaha
and a mombor of Alpha Omrlcon Pi
sorority. Miss Williams is a Lincoln
girl and a student of tho school of
music, as well as . in tho university
HA8 NEBRA8KA A CHAPTER?
Qruesome Medical Fraternity 8ald To
Be Qtltl In Existence.
The Ustlon fraternity, successor to
a gruoBomo medical student organi
zation of thirty years ago, which had
for Its object tho dissection of bodies
of members, is still In active oper
ation, according to many physicians.
Tho headquarters of tho fraternity
aro in the clubhoireo in Lark Park
avenuo, Chicago whllo separate chap
tors aro said to exlBt in Philadelphia,
New York, BoBtcn, Cleveland and De
troit. "Wo boliovo in three degrees,"
says an acknowledged member. "Tho
fraternity which means real fellow
ship on this earth; autopsy aftor
death, which helps. all mankind; and
cromatlon, which puts an end to the
earthly shell iemalnlng after tho
spirit has taken its flight"
Tho Daily Maroon made a. correct
prediction of tho scoro of tho Illinois
Chicago track moot, doping the Ma
roons to win by a score of 44 to 42.
Farmers and Merchants
Bank 15th & 0 Sts.
Only Commercial State Bank in
Courteous Treatment Always and you
Are Not Jrged to Have Some
thing You do Not Wish
The' Pioneer Barber Shop
tl So. 1 Jth St Auto 437 Shaving JOc
THE FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
Owned by tho Stockholders of tho
First National Bank
Interest Pajd at 4 Per Cent
First National Bank Looms, Tenth A O
Glasses of Soda Water
old and drank from our 20th Century
Sanitary Soda Fountain season 1008.
Agency Huylers, Gunthers and Lown
eys Chocolates and Bonbons.
sfV 1 XJ 119 1
Our Spring Suitings Have Arrived
COME IN AND SEE THEM
142 So. 12th St.
GREGORY, The Goal Man
LITTLE BUILDING BOTH PHONES 1044 0 STREET
O00000000000000000000000 O i
Informal Dance and Indoor Athletics
Saturday, March 20th Armory
Tickets 25c Dance 25c a Couple
Seats Referred Without Extra Charge at the Co-Op
sample iciest moaci "twinecr" tncycie lumlshed by us.
""" iuuiicy iai. r rut or mi particulars ana special offer at once.
NO MONI5Y UKQUIKUD until you receive and approve of vour blcvcle
9r . .,.., I. il.. II I? -...I, A J .. 1 m
.. u.."""c,c iu "" ui
allow TKN DAYS' FUKK
put It to any test you wish. II you arc then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
keep the bicycle ship It luck to us at our expense and vow will not bt out one cent.
F1RTADV PDinri We (urnil the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make
.,..., .' P sma)1 Proflt abovo actual factory cost. You save $10
to 925 middlemen's profits by buvinsr direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar
antee behind your bicycle. DO NOT 1IUY bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone
at ant Price Until VOU rC4lVA mtr rafalAim snrl Imhi All. Iinhftrrl ff tnrlAm
trices and remarkable special
low trices we can
than any other facto
usually have a number on hand taVen In
mi i im ooudio
prompuy at prices ranging irom w to or BIO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
n01STFt.lllKFS 8lnl0 Vb,001I,l,f ,IPPor.t0i .roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs and
bUAa I CH'SHftRLdi equipment of all kinds at ha(f the usual retail trices. .
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CCI E.UC1I IHft TIDCC SAMPLE PAIR
The rarular retail price of these tires it
3m per pair, out to introduce we will
NO MORETROVBLE FROM PINCTNSES
NAILS. Taoks or Olau will not let tho
air oat. Sixtv thousand nairs sold last venr.
Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use.
OESOmHTfOAh Made in all sizes. Itisllvelv
and casvridintr.vervdurablennd lined inside with
a special nuality of rubber, which never becomes "
porous and which closes up small punctures without allow
inp the ulr to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satU
upouceor twice inawholeecason. They weisli no more than
au ordinary tire, the puncture reslstlngqualities belnggivcn
by Beveral layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the
tread. The regular price of these tires is $.50 per pair, but for
uic riaqr 01 amy 94.00 per pair, au oruers smppe
approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
sS,.1.l,llowA!?f.?,.!?5oulltJ,f ? Pcr cent (thereby making the price Bi.BR per pair) if you
send FULL OASII WITH OltDKft and enclose this advertisement. We.wHlalsosend one
nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned nt OOlt expense If for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. We arc perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you wlll)8nd that they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look, finer than any tlrejfeu have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
fJT Vsflff UFFn TfOirO aot, buy "y kind at any price until you send for a pair of '
f' y.T. f!Cr1' 3 Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and! trial at
the special Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes and kinds ot tires at about half the usual prices.
n u v mmm am. but write us a rjostal todav. rifi NOT think nw nmnvfl o hWrii.
SMM nUM WwfUM or a pale of tires
offers we are making. It only coats a postal to learn everything. Write It NO VV. -
1 1 L HERD CYCLE COMPAMY, CHICAGO, ILL.
- at the
Auto Phons) 4S
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LEAVES NO ASH
IN EACH TOWN
and dUtrict to
ride and exhibit a
Our agents ever-vherc are
" cmt cuposu in advance, prepay jrtizu, ana
TKIAL duilwr which Ume you mav ride tho blcvcle and
offer to rltlor afconu.
Ka.TnHKVPB whn you receive our beautiful catalogue and
naiUnidilCs study our superb models at the wonderfully
an make you this year, we sell the highest grade bicycles for less money
er factory. We are satisfied with fi.co profit above factory cost
uxuios iJiSAjbUKB, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
rices. Orders filled the day received.
not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
y our ,mcago retail stores,
These we clear out
PUNCTURE - PROOF
to ummwoE, only
Notice the thlok rubber tread
"A" and punoture strips "IV
and "1," also rim strip "II"
to prevent rim catting. This
I tire will outlast any other
mako-SOFT. KJUASTIO and
led same dav letter la mvlvni. VJf nhtn t. ft. T. nn
from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
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