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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
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We depend upon the younger fellows to intro-
duce the very latest fashions we offer. One of
our suits which is a little ultra now will remain
correct as long as it lasts. Oursuits for men of
from eighteen to twenty-five years haveall the
newest effects. ,
They bear the stampof authority which is
proof against fads.
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"A Good Place to Buy Good Qiothes"
University Hall 106.
Michigan has 5,000 studontB this fall.
Raymond E. Dalo, '05, is superin
tendent of the Loup City- schools.
J. . G. L. Hanlon, formerly of tho
class of '07718 teaching at Ashland.
Tho girls of tho Junior class at Ice
land Stanford havo adopted a regula
tion class hat.
Ye oldon caudlosTlcks .and ye now
dues, too, at Harris', the jeweler, 1137
O st. TIo's reliable.
Football-is a thing of tho past at
Columbia! Evoif interclass games are
undor tlio ban.
Lost On .campus, a Parkor fountain
pou. Two gold oanus. ltcwnra ror
return to Nobraskan ofllco.
W. H. Manifold, '03, who was super
intendent at Nelson last "year, is at
present holding a like position at
There's bno place In a thousand
whore you can find tho real Rookwood
pottery. Come into Harris' and see it.
1137 O st. He's reliable.
We will soil thiB week at lot of
Ohrlsty & Clarence Underwood poBt
ors In colored mats at 50c each. Reg
ular $1 goods. Wo will also sell .n
lot of burned- wood plpe-racks In In
dian and other designs from 75o to
$2 each. Tho Lincoln Book Store.
John W. Boberts, who has taught for
two yeara at Falls City, is this year
supetiutondont of Almn. He Is assisted
by IVIiHB Edna SplorB, also a U. of N.
graduate Alma is erecting a $25,000
high school building which will soon
J. E. March is superintendent at
Orleans. He haB In tho last two years
built up a very credltablo school serv
ice, and expects soon to receive u new
high school building. Orleans is con
templating entering tho twelfth grade
class of accredited schools.
Miss Mary Foster has been obliged
to resign the prlnclpalshlp of tho Ox
ford schools on accountrof ill health.
Miss Condlt, aWOtKoT Nebraska- Al
umna, has taken her place.
Superintendent C. W. McMIchael, a
Nebraska graduate; 1b again at Arapa
Professor Hodgman, Inspector of
Accredited Schools, has returned from
a four days' trip, in which he visited
tho high schools-of Arapahoe, Alma,
McCook, Oxfprd, Cambridge, Orleans
and Stratton. Tho trip was made very
dlsagreoablo by tho blizzards In the
western, part of the state. Ho reports
that the Unlvorslty graduates teaching
In these schools are having a success
Many members .of the Scientific
branches of tho University will attend
tho convention at Baton Rougo, No
Thd Lester Piano Co., Philadelphia,
Miss Edna Spear, '05, Is at present
a membor of tho Alma high school
Gentlemen After an experience of
more than a quarter of a century with
various makes of pianos, including
nearly all thoso made by Philadelphia
firms, I have concluded that tho Lester
piano is tho most satisfactory instru
ment I hnvo used In my school. I find
after years of continuous use that the
tone retains Its original quality and
sweetness, tho action is unimpaired
and the durability, as evidenced by
the capacity of tho piano to Btay In
tune, is marvelous. I havo doclfledr
therefore, to place with you my order
for twenty uprights and two grands,
for delivery by Septombor 5th.
GILBERT R. COMBS
Director Broad Street Conservatory
Sold by Furguson & Oglol210 O St.
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DR. JNQ, J. DAUIS
1st and Optician
Spectacles an J Eye
Office 1JJ22 O St Auto Phono 3021
Gregory's Washed Goal $6.50
-EBctric Shoe Repairing
gThe only up-to-date"
g plant in the city. Jt
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