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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1910)
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Boys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOQ 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
A onlloKO ilonroo In required for ndmlmtiin.
Ailvanom BtandinR aranWtl Mtudnnln promnt
ItiK Hfttlufnctory urodontlnlH from nnorodltod
mo Heal ooUorch Brury titolllty Is itfftirod to
undo 'urnduatoii Hooklni Mm dHRroo or Doctor
of Moillolno, Aitiplo fa llltloi nro hIho of forod
nunliflnd RrodimtoH to pur-tiio original InvouM
triitinn In nnv ilniitirtinnnt. Por fitrthnr tnr-
tlnulnf h nppl V to Thi Dili, CirmH Unlimlt Midleil,
Cbllin, First Avo. nndxaUi Ht., Now York City.
Chns. W. Fletaing
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
13 1 1 0 St. - '" "ETntoln, . Meb
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Three Great Concert $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
TO ATS WHY
IS SO POPULAR
W make a specialty of f an
ty creams, sherbets. Ices
aad punch for Prat As Sorori
ty partiea. Whipping Cream
always oa hand. Boll SOS.
When you ro homo sond to mo for tUo
mmlo tlmt aro tbd "Ilitn" hura at tbo
Uni. 8uv Intho Ritmo oven though you
nro at homo. ,
WALT "The Music Man"
iaiS O STRBBT
Tht First Trust & Sav
4 Par Cent Interest A
$1 ptns an aooount
Corner l6h & 6 Sttt
KNIVEISITY JEWELEft 4 IPTICIAH
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
II2JI SHEET, YEUIWFMIT
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RAIN INTERFERES AND THE
WORK IS HANDICAPPED,
ONLY A SMALL AMOtlRf OF DRI L
Company and Battalion Drill and
ffimtvl Mount, nnrlWork ftf ttnr..
talion Could Only Bo Judged
by Work in the Armory.
Aftar being poHtponod for a
dny, nnd then fliinlly forced to
sdolc cover from tlio heavy ruin,
the nnnttnl government inspection
of the First endet battalion wnH
held yesterday by Captain Cim
monds of tho U. S. army. The
inspection yus not long in dura
tion, but the work of tho cadets
was elosoly watched by tho in
spactingQiTlcer. . -
Tho first cull was sounded, aT
1 :15, nnd nssombly was blown at
1:20 p. m. The companies were
lined up and then prepared for
inspection. After inspecting the
cadets of the battalion as to their
uniform . and cquipmont, the
cadets of tho various companies
wcro put through as many of. the
i! volutions of drill as it was pos
sible to do in tho crowded arm
ory. Following the preliminary
inspection, companies 0, B and
A wcro put through an exhibi
tion rifle drill, which is known in
military circles as Butt's Man
ual. This drill was followed by
company drill by company D.
Tho company oxecutcd the man
ual of arms and marchings and
also 'oxecutod somo squad move
ments and skirmish drill with
After this work companies I
and It woro put through a series
of bayonet exorcises, As tho rain
had ceased for a few moments
I ho battalion was. marched out on
Twelfth street, and there some
battalion drill 'was oxecutcd. Bot
talion skirmish drill was also ox
ecutcd, and the rain interfering
tho battalion was marched back
to tho armory aud dismissod. An
inspection of tho officers of the
battalion and tho records of tho
cadets was thon hold. The work
of the battalion appeared very
favorable to tho inspecting of
ficer and ho was satisfied with tho
work of the cadets under tho
command of Captain Yates, com
mandant of tho university cadets.
FORESTERS IN DEMAND.
Mpre Positions than Nebraska
' Can till.'
There have been numerous let
ters coming to tho Nebraska for
est department asking for men
to work in tho sorvico during the
summer vacation.. Professor
Phillips soys h6 has positions for
about twenty more men than ho
con possibly get.
T. E. Miller and R. D. Garver,
'11, hove received appointments
as assistants at tho forest station
near Manitou, CqIo. These men
oxp'oct to rewainbiit of scbool
for tho year in. order to improve
their practical training.
Hal Ctultz, R;, Tt Phillips and
V. FulJ.away have secured posi
tions on the Holy Cross experi
jnent station in Colorado. Thoy
will lea v6 after tho final oxam
iriatioYVs. Thqodore Krueger will
go t6 NeVv Mexico to take 'charge
of a station established -by Pro
fessor Phillips in 1907.,About ton
freshmen in kth6 department will
l6avo in , about a month for a'
lumber camp at RedolifT Colo.
This clamp has supplied positions,
t?p.Wqbra8lca ;.fqr,esjers. ior. the
past ten years. ' t
il Classified Column JJ
For Sale Duo bill on Lincoln's
leading piano company. tf
For Sale Duo bill on a good
Lincoln tailor. Address H, Ne
braskan, or call 1821. tf.
Lost Delta Upsilon fraternity
pin, with diamond center setting
surrounded "by opals. Notify
Auto 3450 or NcbrUskan. 128-5t
Lost A 1901) senior pin, ini
tials "M. EK K." Reward. Re
turn to Rag. 130-Bt
Tho men of the senior class
have had their experience aud
now want paying positions. Mr.
.VW. Pratt, at the. Windsor hotel,
has several good business propo
sitions and can locate some of the
seniors for" the coming year. 2t
There arc business opportuni
ties open to a few senior men
who are in for business and will
act under a six months' or a
year's contract. No investment
r-eccsv.-.ry. Apply at the office
of .1. AV. Pratt, Windsor hctel.
Wanted Energetic students
for vacation worlc. Wo will Jiire
only men and women whom we
believe con succeed. A definite
amount for yoiir time regjirdl6.ss
of "success, raiigTng from $55 a
'month up. Tho King Richards6h
Co., R. Q. Gi-iffi'thj Windsor Hotel,
this week. , 2't
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR.XILLIAN SNOy, 1339 0;
lours, 9 a. ni. to 9 p. m. ' Dis
ases of women. Auto 3038. r
DR. 0." EC, RUSH,
Surgeon, - r,
Richards BVoolc. Both Phones.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
"lk. Both Phones.
UNION.OENTRAL LIFE, S. B.
Ooon, agt., 216 Rioharda blk.
Rain of "shine KENSINGTON
Craveiiettes are the thing. You'll
never find a more serviceable gar
ment. - You'll never want a better
fitting, better looking, better made'
coat than a KENSINGTON Crave
KENSINGTON Cravanettes--$1 8 to $30.
Other good reliable raincoats at $18 and $15.
UMBRELLASof 'cravanetted materfal, close-fitting
cover; strongVrame, Congo or Mission wood handle 1 f A
with tasselan unusually good value, at JLLVJ
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Magee & Deemer
Fresh Baked Goods of all
Kinds. Ice Cream ,and
Ices. We Serv6 Lunches.
The Best Yet"
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Few I cople realize
ruined by poor shoe polish. The nctf or alkali in such
polw hes destroys ihc leather. When we sell our customers Regal
ishocs we knou) that we trc giving them the very best leathers
in (he world, but, to insure Jong, atijfactory service we always
t Jt rT,"8!? ""c! ,hJ Sho Company
to firotecj Ihetr Regal Shoes-r.ol for profit. Where
ura urns moauiaclurer ninkcj bolh ihoci and dressina
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1307 O STREET
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