The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 26, 1911, Image 4

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THE DAILY NEBEA.SKAN
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Directory of
Advertisers
the following merchants and bust
net men of Lincoln jire anxious to
serve the University students. By
placing their advertisements In the
columns of the Dally Nebraskan they
show that they want yoUr trade. And
you may be sure that the merchant
who Is willing to make a little effort
to get your patronage Is the one who
Is going to treat you honestly and
considerately In attempting to keep
It. 80 you as well as the Nebras
kan will profit by trading with these
people:
BANKS
FlrBt Trust & Savings
Central National Dank
BAKERIES
FolBom
BAHBER SHOPS
Green's
Capital Ilotol
BOOK STORES
Coop
University
CLEANERS
Tod Mnrrlner, cleaner and dyer.
Weber's Sultorlura
Woods '
Lincoln Cleaning and Dye Works
CLOTHING
Farquahar
Magee & Doemer
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spcler & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
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COAL
Whltebreast
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
DRY GOODS
Miller & Palno
DRUGGISTS
RlggB
FLORISTS
Cliapln BroB. ,-
C. H. Frey
Hlltncr Bros.
FURNISHINGS
.Budd
Fulk
Magee & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
HATTERS
Budd
Fulk
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mageo & Deemer
Mayor Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Speler & Simon
JEWELERS
Hallett
. Tucker - -
OPTICIANS
Shoon
PRINTERS ' H
George Bros. j
Simmons
Van Tlno
RESTAURANTS
Y. M. C A. Spa;
HerpolBhelmerV
8HOES
Budd
Men's- Bootory
Mayer Bros. -Miller
& Paine
Yates French
TAILORS
Dundee Woolen Mills
Scotch Woolen Mills-
THEATERS
Lyrlo-
Oliver '
Orpheum
TYPEWRITERS
Lincoln' Typewriter Exchange"
B.'F. Swanson Co,
vURING the remodeling of our front we are
Lti j offering special inducements in the way
of some special bargains for each day, an-;
nouncement of which will be made in the
daily papers and it will pay you to watch for them. We
are also showing some very special values in young
men's suits this week. Come in and see what we
have for you.
MAYER BROS
SOON TO PLAY TENNIS.
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A Number of University People Inter
ested In New Association.
A number of university people are
Interested In the new Lincoln Tennis
association which has recently been
-formcdrrrTA-vcry . aUrjlctive tract of
land has bepn secured for the courts.
Of the available sites, one located
south of Randolph and west of the
Rock Island tracks has been selected.
It would lie at about the Intersection
of (J and Twenty-fdurth streets, if G
street were continued through. The
tract has room for eight courts and
while it lies high enough to bo well
drained, It is not so high as to catch
much wind. Besides being quiet and
well protected, the spot is an especial
ly pretty one, lying along the Ante
lope, bordered by treeB. It Ib expect
ed that work on the courts will begin
very soon, The ofTtcers are: Presi
dent, W. L. Stephens; vice-president,
C. F. Schwarz; secretary, Miss Louise
Pound; treasurer, G. W. Woods. On
the executive commltteo nre G. A.
Loveland, A. L. Wentherly and Miss
Jessie Bcghtol.
Among the university persons con
nected are Prof. Clarence Skinner and
M. Talt of the department of -physics,
Prof. W.- A. Wlllard of the zoology de
partment, G. A. Loveland of the
weather bureau, Prof. P. M. Buck of
the department of rhetoric, MIbb Lou
iEo Pound of the department of Eng
lish lltoraturo, Miss Ina Gittings arid
Miss Jessie Boghtol of the depart
ment of physical training, Prof. II. R.
Smith and Myron Schwonk of the uni
versity farm, and others.
greatly to solve the question of profit
able crop production in western Ne
braska. In order to collect the re
sults of their experience und give
these results to all who are summer
tilling or may summer till this season,
it Is desired to secure the names of
all the farmers in central and western
.Nebraska who have summer tilled for
winter wheat 6T7dYonfer"crops7 Let
ters from men who have summer
tilled, giving their method, crops
raised, yield, etc., and also the names
of men who have Bummer tilled or
contemplate summer tilling will be
very much appreciated. Those inter
ested write to W. P. Snyder, Superin
tendent, Experimental Substation,
North Platte, Nebraska.
TRIP TO GERMANY.
SEEK DATA ON SUMMER TILLING.
NeW Method Believed to Have Solved
Question of Crop Production.
The experiments conducted on the
experimental subBtatlon at North
Platto during the last seven years, and
reported In Bulletin 118, Indicate that
the growing of winter wheat on sum
mer tilled land is profitable. This
method promises, so much that the
superintendent believes it will help
WA4T
Stands for the Latest and best in
Music, . 1215 O St,
Miss Heppner Will Conduct Party for
Which Credit Is Given.
Professor Amanda Heppner of the
Gorman department, will conduct a
small party of university girls to Eu
rope this summer at the request of
the department. The trip will extend
only through the German speaking
countries Germany, the Tyrol. Switz
erland, and Holland, und German will
bo spoken on the entlro trip. The
tour Ib to Include fifteen weeks of
traveling and all will have an oppor
tunity to visit Paris. Undergraduate
students who are members of the party
aro allowed credits In tho university.
The present plan Is to spend two
.weeks in Berlin, taking in the city
and attending the opera and drama
performances. The principal cities of
Germany will be visited in turn, and
the trip down the beautiful Rhino will
be accomplished by boat. The party
will walk through the Harz mountains,
,tho Spreewald, tho Black forest, and
the William Tell country in Switzer
land. Tho Bavarian lakeB and Ober
anlmorgau are Included in the Itiner
ary, In -Munich tho great Wngnor fes
tival, and in Weimar the Imposing na
tlonalfpstsplele will be attended.
On Juno 8 tho party plans to sail'
from New York over the Hamburg
American line, returning August 29,
The party Is limited tp women only,
and will bo very small. Four have
signified their intentions of going nnd
any studonts interested may apply to
Miss Heppner for Information.
JUST RECEIVED
A fresh shipmont of
Huyler's & Whitman's
fine candies
Meier Drug Co.
13th nutl O St root.
CAFE JACOT
New and Up-to-Date
Our Specialty
Dinner 355 Cents
Open After Theatres
1215 O
- WARTHON'S-
Original Electric Shie
Repairing Factory
and $2.50
Shoe
Men's
Store
Pomin's
We Save You $1.00
142 North 12th Street
Try Our Maraschino
Cherry Chocolates
Also All Kinds of Dainty
Sandwiches
Best of Service
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
I4lh and 0 S. W. Corner
Iowa won the championship of the
.Intercollegiate Rifle League by defeat
Ing Massachusetts agricultural col
lego 1,890 to 1,89,1,
The First Trust and
Savings Bank
T-pER-CENT-INTEREST-f-
SI opens an account
188 South 11th Street.
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