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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1910)
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THE IDAELY NEBRASKAN
-r- .i?oys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
A collopro dogroo Is roqutrodtor admlRalon.
Advanced standing prrantod studonta present
ing satisfactory credentials from acorodltod
modioal coUcros. Brory titoility Is offorod to
unrtorgrnduatoB Booking tho degroo of Doctor
of Modlclno. Aniplo fa -1111108 aro also offorod
qualified graduates to pursuo original Investi
gation in any dopartmont For further par
tlonlarfl npplv to Thi Dun, Cirntlt Unlnrilij Midleal
Colltti, First Avo. and 28th St., Now York Olty.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
"I3lf 0sf. - Lincoln, Neb
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Three Great Concerts $3.00
MAY 16-17 OLIVER THEATRE
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
amd pnnoh for Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always oh hand. Bell 08.
Auto 1181. 1810 NBt
When you 'go homo sond to ino for tlio
inuslo that aro tho "Illta" hero at the
TJni. Btav In tho gamo even though you
nro at homo.
WALT "The Music Man"
tats O STRGBT
Thi First Trust It Sav
4 Per Cent Interest A
$1 opin in loosunt
Comet lOtk U O Stmt
UNIVERSITY JEWELER L OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1121 S STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Ttr rutrtMft Solicits
PETITION WAS CIRCULATED
Would Limit Voting to Students
Sonic interest was added to the
campaign for athletic board elec
tions yesterday by the circula
tion of a petition among the stu
dent Kody asking that the rule al
lowing graduates of the univer
sity to vote bo repealed. The pe
tition was addressed to the uni
versity senate, which passed the
alumni rule April 15, 1906.
riu- reason i set forth in the
petition for asking the repeal of
the rule are in brief as follows:
"ho active .student body is best
able to judge the merits of the
candidates, but few alumni know
ing the nominees or having par
ticular interest in their election.
It is said that last year nearly
all the alumni who voted were
brought to the polls in automo
biles and the spending of money
in a campaign ol uns Kind is con
demned. The petition also states
that it is believed undesirable to
cause men to vote who for lack
of interest or knowledge or other
reasons would otherwise not do
About twenty-five copies of the
petition were in circulation yes
terday and were said to meet
with general approval. A meet
ing was held last night by those
who arc looking after the peti
tions to plan a general campaign
for names within the next day or
so. Some of the candidates ex-
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1325 O ST.
pressed surprise upon hearing of
the petitions, but none has so far
shown any opposition to it. it is
not known just where the idea
lor the petition originated. Some
one suggested the Innocents, but
i- member of that organization
stated that they were not re
sponsible. SCIENTISTS WILL NOT MEET.
Postponed Because of Spread of
The meeting of the Nebraska
Academy of Science, which was
to have been Jield at the univer
sity at the end of this week, has
been postponed because of the
smallpox scare. The time of the
meeting will be decided upon
A'll seniors should order caps
and gowns at once. Orders will
bo taken at the Co-op, and it is
dcsirablo that the orders be
placed at once.
. - C. W. MIUNGEL, -
Field Geography, Course 10.
Excursion to Milford next Sat
urday, May 7,, 1910.- All who arc
registered in Jjiis course should
report to Dr. ConcTra or Prof.
Bengtson at once.
Neat Repairing. 1220 0 St.
Lost Delta Upsilon fratornity
pin, With diamond con'tor sotting
surrounded by opals. Notify
Auto 3456 or Nebraskan. 128-5t
Lost A 190!) senior pin, ini
tials "M. B. K." Howard. Ko
lurn to "Rng. 130-3t
Wanted Energetic students
for vacation work. We will hire
only men and women whom wo
believe can succeed. A definite
amount for your time regardless
of success, ranging from $55 a
month up. The King liiclmrdson
Co., R. ( Griffith, Windsor Hotel,
ih is week. 2t
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O ;
hours, 9 a. in. to 9 p. m. Dis
eases of women. Auto 3038.
DR. 0. H. RUSH,
Kichards Block. Roth Phones.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
Blk. Both Phones.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, S. B.
Coon, agt., 216 Riohards blk.
Plain White and Fancy
We have just received a lot of beautiful
new patterns in Manhattan and Eclipse
Shirts $1.00 to $3.50.
W Gleanings W
('. II. Frey, florist, 1133 O st.
New I lay den Studio, 1127 O st.
Try, a lunch at tho Y
Spa. 13th and P sts.
M. C. A.
Kat at Don Cameron's -'itfe,
115-110 So. 12th street.
Croon's Sanitary Barber
120 N. 11th.
Doineilre Lunch. ' J,
sie, V'60 J I.
Before buyipg'your spring foot
wear -let .Beckmau Bros, show
you tlicir new snappy oxfords
1107 O st.
At Purdue, 19 men of the base
ball squad have sjgned statements
that they have never played pro
Last Glee Club try-outs N this
year will bo lield Friday from 5
to 6 o'clock.
think an oxford won't fit
around the ankle, try on
Chapin Bros., florists,
0 o o
an "F-F-H". . They fit up cloic
every time. $3.50 and $4.00
WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
amnio Ltet Model "Ranger"
iiMniiiK iiiuucy ii. trrutjarjmi parucuiart ana tMtUll Wtr at diet, .
I invnnp. nnw
to. anyone, anywhere in the U, 8.
where in the U. 8.
allow XKN 1)AVH
-IV-k ftjri-L .' Ifcjr.iU
fer vu .
to any teat you .liti II
eep the bicycle ahlp It back to
CAOTODV BDIOCC W
nvivni i nivk at ono
rnDV BDIOCC e
nmie Ixlilt.d your bicycle. I)
to Sit tnldfllemen'a iirnftli hv
nt imf trie until vo
prittM and rtttiaritaSU
YOU WILL IE ASTOMSHFI he.n you receiv? our .beautiful catntoffiie and
UU miX BE naiVnianCi Mud, pur auperb modela at the wcmitrfiilt
ivvt print wo can mane you inia
IIOYGLIS 1)I;A1((.KHI you
a our nrlcca. Grdera
MKTONIJ IIANIt ItmVf
utually have a number on liaml
v liave a number on hand taken In
promptly at pncea mnmnu irom a to BH or
CCI C-UCJII RUA TRDRTe A SAMPLE PAIR
Vkhl IB&aHblUU ini.lUV TOIMnODUOE,ONLY
The rteular relet 1 1 irce of thtte lirti h
SSMf ttr eaie. but to introduce we tiill
HO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tnoks or (Unas will not lot tho
air out Sixty thotieatul pairs noUl lnit, year.
Over two humirccl thuusntid pairanow in ttac.
DESUniPTIUNt Made in al 1 alien. II is lively
and eaHvrldinir.vcrvtltunblcniul lined tiiblilowl
injj.vcrytluinblcniul llncU liiMiiowlth
a nncciai atinntv oi itiuucr. wnicii never necotiun
. ."r H.i .... .
mlltyof lubber, which
porotia and which clouia utrHinall t:
Iiitr the uir tocBcapc. Wc lmvc huuurcds of tcttcrn
rotia ntui which cioui uirnmaii pttiicturca witnout
!.. . ... .
CcdcustoincrMBtntliiK thni their t it caltavconly been
upoticcor twice inn whole acnsoii. lhcy wcluli no
n ordinary tire, the puncture realiUlnn qualities being given
by Bcvcrnl In) era ufthln. Hpcclnlly picpnred ftibrlcou the
uy ncvcrni in) era ot iiiin.Hpcciniiy picpnreu niurtcon tne
trend. The rcRiilnr price of thcae tlrcn Is ffl.a icr palr,bti t for
advcrtlfihiKpurpoucawcnrctnaltlntfn special factory
therrldcrofuuly tito tier patrr-AlrrjTUCTFHlnnbeu
approval. You do not pay n cent until you have
We will nllow n cash (llsoount of per cent
Bend rilLIj CASH WI'l'U OltDKft and enclose
nickel trintcd brass band pump. Tires to be returned at OUR expense If for any reason thev are
iui BuiiHiuciuiy jii cxitiiuiiimuii. vc urc pcricciiv rename nuu money sent to tin u ns salens in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find Hint they will ride easier, run frnlcr,
wear better, last longer and look liner tlmn any tire you have ever used or seen nt any price. We
know that you will be so well pleaded that wlien you want n bicycle you will give us your order.
Wc want you to send us u trial order at once, heilce this remarkable tire offer,
fa- VSlff HfjrJCV TDPC don't buy nny kind at any price until you nend for n pair of
Mr YUU Nb.hU i InCO Ilcdgcthorn tuncture-rroof tires on approval nud trial nt
the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire nud Sundry Catalogue wlijcb
describes and quoted all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices.
nn MMY WAIT but write us a tostal today. UO NOT THINK OK HUYiNOnblcytlc
mM9 fllff WWMIM or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new an' wotidtl fill
offers wc arc making. It only costs a postal to learn every thiug. Write it NOW.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHBCAG, ILL
Tho now Song by Mr. Stovons and dodicntod to tho
Alumni, is JUST AS GOOD as
44 THE CORNHUSKER"
which in saying a good deal.
For salo at Co logo Boole Storoa and all music Htoros, 2ic
June 20 to August 12, 1910
CourBes in Agriculture, Anatomy,
Botany, Chemistry, Education, Educa
tional Theory and Practice, Secondary
Education, Normal Training, Elomon
tury Education, English Language and
LItdraturo, French, Goography and
Geology, Gorman, American History,
Homo Economics, Horticulture, Latin,
Manual Training, Mathematics, Me
chanical Drawing, Philosophy and Psy
chology, Physical Education, Physiol
ogy, Political Science and Sociology,
Rhetoric and English Composition,
than any other plaver on
nine. He must have the beet
made. Chance, Konctchy, Chase.
lenneyand Stahl arc men whose accurate
work on first is due in a large measure to
- -v-v., -,,. UIIW ui;iiics i wnct. reamer ,
e JKAl, Trade Mark
Guarantees satisfaction and perfect goods.
" S.M.OWeWl Vin Ml Out to - wady
k. J, REACH
..... ....... yciii 1.1 ucjun
pioio lotorrotljn U
!79 Tulip St,
wrilt lor ftte Reath
McrcTaTunJIihed by in. QurucnU ev hero an
until you receive-anuapp
without a ant dttotit In
until you recelvo and approve of ypi.r blcyu-WaiUa
l ana tit
without a etui dtiotit In advance.
rvi . j I ..-.i-.it-.- -
LJILH !&. Ull
iitln which time you fn.iy ride the IHcy r and
ne. irtitt frlkt. arwt
ua at our eapenae and yen
are then not perfectly mi
nectiy Mtuiini or uo not wla i ta
lumian. tno nisneat nade
tho lilgheat era da hi
vnii net m an fit ttnt.
clea it i possible to make)
null profit above actual factory cott. You aavc f to
rvrli.. ll I iui
year, we aeii tne iiigiieaisrade bicycles lor leu money
aro Ml'"" with Ji.oo profit above lactor cost.
can aell our blcyclea under your own name plate at
We .do not recrularly handle second hand MctcIm. hat
tratln hv nnr ( hinrm rill air.. n !... .. .i !
' V- 1- .-'"V-.w . v.w.1.-.. .11.. .. .I--N. UH
mio. Dejcrlptlvo bargain Hats ma ted free.
PUNCTURE - PROOF $
from en tin-
A" uml puncture atrlpa "II"
and !," alao rim atrip "II"
to prevent rlin outline Thi
tiro will outlast any other
tnnho-HOKT, JSLASXXO tiud
price to avo Mixuinu, ,
halite day letter is tccclvcd. we ahln C O. D. on
examined and found thcni-Strlctly as represented.
(thereby making the nrlcc S4.D1 ocr nnlr) If vbu
thin ndvertlcctnetit. We will also cnd one
Special attontion to subjects, re
quired for professional cgrtlflcats.- '
Nino hours of college work possible.
Conditional admission on 22 potato.
Teachers 21 years or over may enter
as Adult Special Students.
High-School Courses lnN tho Teach
ers' pollego High School.
For bulletin or Information oddreai
THE REGISTRAR, )
Rf,K9,rJ,1.l'55.t.?1 V. and h8 tliarnanufacturer'iKuar-
O NOT I1UY a bicycle or a par of tlrei from n nts
re our catalotruea and team our unheard of fatter
afftrt to rldor aaronU.
Hall Notloo tho think rubber trend
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