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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1905)
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Good Looking Clothing
FOR YOUNG MEN
What we mean by young men is any man
from 18 up to the time he ceases to care
about his personal appearance. Our spring
clothes are full of good looks and sparkle.
They are made from richest fabrics and are
made by expert workmen who stitch them
full of style. Our single and double breast
ed styles for the season have made us many
new friends. They are different from sin
gle and double breasted styles you. will see
elsewhere. We have had them made to
be different just a little more advanced.
THE PRICES ARE
$10, $12.50, $15, $18, $20, and
up to $30.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Good Clothes Merchants.
Many of tho Unherslty alumni will
teach In tho summer schools hold over
the State this summer. The follow
ing Is a list of the junior normal facul
ty and indicates the present position
that the instructors holds and the city
iu which they will teach:
ALLIANCE . H. Shaley, superin
tendent at Friend, and C. S. Jones,
principal at Crawford.
HOLDREGE S. H. Thompson, su
perintendent at Holdrege, E. E. Moyeo,
superintendent at Fairmont, and Anna
Tlhbotts, principal of tho Capital
school of Lincoln,
MeCOOK G. H. Thomas, superin
tendent at McCook, C. M. Barr, su
perintendent at.Nellgh, and Eva O'Sul
llvan, science teacher In tho South
Omaha High School.
NORTH PLATTE S. II. Martin, su
perintendent of tho St. Paul schools.
George E. Spenr, B. So. '00, M. D.
'0.T was appointed on tho medical
board of the Hastings Hospital for the
Insane May 1st, and is now at Hust
ings engaged in that work.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and
Among tho graduates who aro teach
ing in Wyoming are Miss Agnes R.
Herbert, '04, at Robertson? Wyo., Miss
Susie Kinyon, at Cody, and Miss Edna
E. Griffith, at Buffalo, Wyo.
A number of last year's graduates
are teaching In Minnesota. Miss Mil
dred Clark Is teaching Latin and Ger
man' In the Luverno High School; Miss
Ethel M. Masters, '02, is principal of
the High School at Wlnthrop, Minn.
C. W. Jones, '00, holds tho position
of Assistant Superintendent of Schools
at Seattle, Wash. Miss Elva Dempster,
'00, is ir.bt luctor in English In the
High School at the same plcae
L. W. Pomerene, Plumber,
Lincoln Transfer Co., baggage
Miss Elizabeth Hawxby, '04, Is teach
ing with success at York, Nebraska.
Miss Cora M. Walker is doing good
work as principal of tho Hartlngton
Miss Addlo Reynoldson and Miss
Nellie Athon are teaching at Albion,
Miss Mary E. Roddy, '04, has recent
ly accepted a position In tho high
school at Atkinson, Nob.
Joanne Hagey '98 has recently been
re-elected to tho position of librarian
at the Lincoln Public Library.
Miss Florence M. Richardson '02 has
been 'elected to a fellowship In philos
ophy at the University of Chicago.
TOURIST CAR8 POPULAR.
The Idea that an inferior class of
people patronize tho tourist sleepers is
an error. On many trips only tho host
class of travelers are found. They
are merely men and women of good
sense who would rathor travel to Cali
fornia In this manner and save a snug
sum of money to bo used elsewhere.
It 1b beginning to be understood that
It Is by no means necessary for tho
traveler to spend a large sum of
money In order toenJoy a trip, to tho
If you cross tho continent In one
of tho tourist sleepers of tho Union
Pacific you will enjoy your trip and
save considerable money. Inquire of
E. B. Slosson, Gen'l Agent.
Kappa Sigma will give a dancing
party at Walsh Hall, May 13
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
new restaurant, lly South 12th.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, Dc.
Chnlrs for ladles. 1018 O street.
Fresh home-made candles at Max
well's, 1126 O St. and loth and N Sts.
Elliott's Sultorium, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable, 113G
O Btreet. Both phones. -
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab and bag
gago service, 1125-31 P street. Boll
phone, 550. Auto phono 1550.
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DVtilll fc CO. Largest lfcNJf'J
fffplll V makers of Collars 6c JJ YfjSL
jrtwyty YVShlrta In the world II ygfZi ' 1
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and throat.. 207-8 Rich
ards Block. Phono 666.
Miss May G. Bdholm, 'Q4, has an ex
cellent position as Instructor In physi
cal education in the University of Chicago.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED 8TATE8 DEPOSITORY,
of Lincoln, Neb.
Undivided Profits., "40,000.00
S. H. Burnfiam, Pros.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst Cashier.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
Professor Caldwell will deliver the
commencement address to tho gradu
ates of tho Dowltt HJgh school May 19.
H. R. Edwards, '04, Is a visitor at
the Kappa Sigma house. He has boon
located with) the Southern Electric
company in "California and is on his
way east whoro he expects to settle
up the estato of his father, recently
Uttle Gom Hot
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