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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TODAY: Mat. 2!30. Tonight 8:15.
THE LAST MU8JCAL,.BH0W OF
THE RED MILL
SPECIALLY PICKED COMPANY
Mat-41.00"to'25c. "Eve $1.50 to 50c.
FOY AND CLARK
In "The Spring of Youth"'
Electrical Dancing Novelty Artist
I3ABELL HOWELL AND GIRLS
In "Games of C'hildhopd"
IR. & MRS. ERWIN CONNELLY
Juvenile Singers and Dancers
In a Neat Planologue
Mats 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 3& & 50c
Week Starting Monday, May 3
1 HE-FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Presenting the Farce Comedy
"ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY"
Act "The Suddenness of Peggy"
Act ll-si'The Suddenness of
Act III "The Consequences of
Best Seats 25 Cents
Every Evening at 8:30
Matinee Wed. and Sat. at 2:30
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thornburg, - -RalphJ.Reld,
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Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, '4J6'So. J7tb. Auto 5877.
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes nil Btudontu.
Bd run TO and Silver Letter
B " Specialty.
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
1132 O Stroot
Who's Hid wig? iw
C. H. Frey, florist 1133 O St.
The "Men's Bootery" 12 & P.
Harry Porter. He has It. 1123 O St.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Ralph C'ond. 1911, was In Omaha
Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
John Rice, Law 1910,, wbb In Pall3
City on business over Sunday.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Select School of Dancing, Lincoln
Academy, new. ideation, 1124 N. Auto
The best, lunch In the city. Y. M.
f! A Rnn 1 n jTv t
T. E. .Miller, 191 1, visltod at hid
home at Ashland, Nebr., on .Satur
day and Sunday.
The Nebraskan will sell a $50 wheel
for $25. Do you want It?
W. D. Heaton, 1911, and E. R. Levin,
1910, spent Saturday and Sunday at
their homes In "Wnhoo, Nebc.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215 O.
Final examinations In Prof. Web
ster's classes In "Business Organiza
tion" will be held today at 1 o'clock.
New spring styles in. footwear now
on display Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Phi Rho Sigma, the- jnedical fra
ternity, will hold a smoker Saturday
pvonlng, May 15, at the homo of'Ed.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
The members of tho Vikings, the
junior inter-fraternity society, will
about twenty "couples. Tho music was
furnished by Abbott's orchestra.
In Dr. Howard's clasB in clonicntry
sociology, commencing Tuesday, May
4, nt 3 p. m., in U 102, Profossor
Eavos wIU glvo threo lectures on New
York City tenements, and on tho de
struction of San Francisco, Including
tho Red CrosB relief work.
Tho Forestry club havo for some
tlmo past boon working on an annual
which is about ready for publication.
.This is tho first annunl ever put out
by tho club and is designed to nld
in the settling of scientific problems
which como up in forestry Bcrvlco.
On Wednesday morning of this
wook will occur tho last rogular ro
cltal to bo given In rhetoric 3G this
,ycar. Tho momuors or eacn division
of tho claBB aro required to glvo at
some time during tho semester a re
cital, outside tho regular class work.
An Interesting dobato was held In
rhetorlo 1G this afternoon. Tho ques
tion under dlscuBBlon was, "Should tho
United States adopt the poHtal savings
bank?" Tho affirmative was support'
ed by Halllgan and Ilalderson; the
negative wbb uphold by PreBton rind
The members of the Student's De
bating society held their, rogular week
ly meeting Saturday evening In U 10G.
A very Interesting debate was held.
Tho subject under discussion was,
"Resolved, That tho closed shop I
detrimental to American labor." The
affirmative was uphold by Bryan and
Fontor, and Stough and Hill supported
L. J. HERZOG
Come in and get that SJ5.00 Suit
to your order
1230 O St.
THE MANHATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERSf
Expert Cleariingy Dyeing, Pressing' and Repairing.
You no doubt have heard lots of the Manhattan. but .
you will never know all about the iine work we do J
unless you give us a trial. Our pressing is fine. Let
us have your spring suit and you will be surprised at
what we can do. Call Bel) Phone F018. 208 So. 12
Friday, May 7
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HARVARD NOW HAS A SURPLU8
Football the Only Form of Athletics
That Is a Moneymaker.
A surplus of $20,091.10 In receipts
over expenditures In all lines of Har
vard athletics is shown by (he report
for tho college year 1907-08 Issued at
Cambridge by Henry S. Thompson,
graduate 'treasurer of uthletlcs at Har
vard. The .total receiptB were $127,
318.44 and tho total expenditures $101,
227.34. The total net surplus exceeds
"by -,$14,450 the surplus of the previous
year, Ihcgaln being due In part to
Increased receipts from football and
baseball and in part also to a decrease
in the expense of football coaching
und the training table.
With the exception of football and
Do Your Washing
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Ij. rP to change underwear and night &
JX 15 1 llllw robes. We have just what you
need for the change. ' 8
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AU nmkca, rptqd wjth stand
$3 Per Month. ,
Bargain lu RotoulH) adenines,
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Antoll55-Bollll81, 123 N"ti
Finest watch and Jewelry Repairing
in tho city. ' Givolus a call.
.Bell A794, Auto 8884. 1210 St.-
;' Wosoli,cit a share of,ypur - '
All Makes of Second-
hand Typewriters -sold,
rentedi or exchanged.
Co., 714 P St., Iltk MUMS.
hold a dancing party at Fraternity
hall May 7.
If you want a blcyclo call at tho Ne
braskan office. A $50 wheel for $25.
Captain Worldzer, commandant of
the unlversltycndets, was in Ashland
last week arranging for the cadet en
campment at that city.
Fred Slagle, 1911, has dropped his
work in the university and has de
parted for his homo at Auburn, Neb.,
where ho has accepted a position.
The active and alumnae branches
of the Dolta' tiamma sorority were
entertained last Thursday afternoon at
the homo of Miss Mnrlam Statrett
The baseball game between tho
JOippa Sigma and Sigma Chi fratern
ities which was to bo held on Friday
aftornoon, was postponed on account
of the bad weather.
Professor Phillips, of tho forest de
partment, returned from his, tree
planting trip to Ndrth Platte, tho lat
ter part .of last week and is again
meeting his regular classes.
The fnembers'of the dental associa
tion gave a dance Friday evening nt
Walsh hall, which was attended by
baseball, all tho sports show a deficit
for the year. The total receipts from
football in tho fall of 1907 were $82,
54G.37 .and tho expenses $19,894.97,
leaving a surplus of $02,651.40. Tho
report says that there has been a de
crease of 50 per cent within the last
three years In tho expenso of football
management, including tho training
table, supplies and salaries of coaches.
Joshua Crano, who was head coach in
1907, refused to accept tho salary for
his services and thus contributed
largely to the reduction of expenses,
Tho cost of tho track team was
$9,901.13 and tho receipts wore $5,
55G97, leaylng a doTlcit of $4,434.16,
In rffl the minor Bports, including
hockey, basketball, soccer, lawn tennis
and swimming, a doflclt Ib shown by
Tho announcements of the elections
to Innocents will, bo mado at 4;30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
State Farm. , Special place has been
mado for this event on tho regular
Ivy Day program. A short address will
be made by Professor Laurenco Foss-
An order has been issued at Indiana
that no teams but the yarslty and fljo
freshmen will bo allowed to use tho
diamond this spring. '
H. S. FENSLER, Prop. Downstairs, Royal Hotel
Hospital for Sick Clothes
ALL KINDS OF STEAM AND DRY CLEANING '
$1.00 Per Month Treatments Given Once a Week
GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Auto Phone 443 J t Btll A-2473
J620 O STREET.
Sinco Spring has nearly arrived the Fountain will '
bo ono of tho features of tho Folsom Bakery.
Wo want you to Judgo our wholo store by .every
thing wo sorvo you in our Soda Water, Ice Cream,
PunchoB and Delicatessen Lunch Department. "We '
Make Our Own Candles!"
1307 O 8TREET. BELL 456. AUTO. 2214.
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NO MON12V KEOUIKKU until you receive and anorbve of Mmrblcvelc. We shin
to anyone, anywhere In tho U. J. without a ctnt dtfiotit In advnce,ftityr(rAt, and
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rnuivni rnrybf at one small profit above actual'iactory cost. Vou save Jio
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tnan any oilier factory, we are satisned mm bi.oo Droiit anava lactorv cost.
BlCYCt. PEALCU8, you can sell.oar bicycles under your own name plate at
our prices. Orders filled the day rcci
HECOND UAN1 UICXCJLKS. We .do t
uiuallK. liave a number on nana. taken In trade bv our
prompUy at price ranging from'? to K8 or 810. Descriptive bargain lists tuailed free.
AAltTCI ; plnclo wheels, iiapurtod roller clmliis and pedals, parts, repairs
C0ASTER-BlAllCf equipment of all kinds at half tht usual retail trictt. V ' V
not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
Chicago retail stores. These we .clear out
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A SAMPLE PAIR
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NAILS. Tacks or Glass will sot let the
atr eat. Sixty thousand pairs sold. last ycqr.
Over two hundred thousand palm how in use.
OESORIpTHJMt Made in all sizes. It is lively
auu easy riding,
rubber, which never becomes
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an ordinary tire, thejpiuicture reslstiugquahtlcs beiuggivca
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tread. The regtjlar price of tftese tlrcaUfS.jo per palr.but for
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to preveht'rltn outtlntj. This
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iiped same day letter is received. We ship C 0 D. on
.e examined and found them strictlv as represented.
per cent (thereby making the price 45S per pair) if you
and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one
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we will allow a cash discount oi ner centttitercbv :
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