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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1907)
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America's Best Clothes Products
For Young Men
Correctly describes The Sterling's Spring stock, which have found Instant favor In the oyos of cvory young
man who haB taken time to inspect them. They are made by Tailors export in the manufacture of young mon'a
garments; fashioned in the metropolitan shops of the East, giving them the style anil drape that young mon de
mand in their clothing.
We are showing all the Fabrics and Patterns Shadow Plaids, Mist Grays, Blues and Brown Mixtures, and an
excellent lino of Black 8ults in surprisingly bettor quality than you've ever had iit theso prices:
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00
Up to $25.00
We also show all that's now in Hats, Neckwear, 8hlrts, Fancy Vests, Gloves and Holsery.
You really .can't afford to buy your Spring Outfit until you havo oxamlnod our splendid stock, which moans
to ybu: securing the best style, the best fabrics, correct tailoring and last, but not least, the best values to bo
obtained anywhere. ffffi f 7 7 IW!?
A Good Place to
Buy Good Clothes
The New In
Continuous Shows from 1:30 to 5:30
and 7:00 to 10:30 p. m.
THE TRAVELING MENAGERIE
FLASHES OF FUN
DISTURBING HIS REST
LADIES OF THE WHIP
BELLE OF THE BALL
Bird on Nellie's Hat
By Leslie Pomeroy
8CHEPP'8 FAMOUS DOG AND PONY
FRI., SAT. & SAT. MAT., APRIL 19-20
25TH SEMI-ANNUAL TOUR
LYMAN H. HOWE
The Crowning Triumph of Realism
Perils of Whaling, Olympic Games at
Athens, and Many Others.
THE WORLD REVEALED.
Night 50, 35 & 25c. Mat. 25 & 15c.
CONNELLY & KLEIN
ROSAIRE'S REFINED NOVELTY
GEO. DEVOY & DAYTON 8I8TER8
In an Illustrated Song, "Face In the
LadieB' Souvenir Matinees Tuesdays
THE CORNHU8KER .
( Continued from page 1.)
gard for the recent withdrawal of the
The divisions of the Cornhus.cer and
the number of pages each wlll'contain
are as follows: Military, 35; Athletics,
45; Debate, 10; Alumni, 35; Organi
zation, 36; Praternitles,40; Sororities
17; Joshes, 50; Literary, 10; Classes.
Only the highest grade of paper Is
being used in printing the Cornhusker
so that the cuts will show up well and
give the book a neat appearance. The
cover will be a full leather one in two
Orders for the Cornhusker are now
being received at the editorial offices
of the publication in the Administra
tion building. The price of the book
L. J. HERZQQ
The University Man's Taller
THE FINEST WORK DONE AID PJtICEJ DINT
1230 O S TREEX
T.J JH0RP ft CO.
Rubber Stamps, "Slencllv
Sells, Trade Checks, Keys
Look Smithing, General
Machine Works, MtM
308 So. lit, LIICOLI
THE AVERAGE MAM
The editors of the Law Souvenir are
experiencing some difficulty In secur
ing "ads" for their publication, for the
reason that the Lincoln Commercial
Club recognizes the Cornhusker as the
official book of the University and re
fuses to advertise in any other annual.
AUEORITTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
What's the sum total of the average man's knowledge of clothes?
Ho knows when they, look well or when they don't. That's all. Ho
couldn't tell an all wool from a part cotton fabric If ho tried when
When you buy a KENSINGTON SUIT you know absolutely what
you are getting, for wo guarantee It to bo as wo say. All Kensington
suits are purely all-wool, backed by our guarantee.
Ab for looks; your mirror will tell you, and your friends confirm
it, that a Kensington suit not only looks well, but has a style and dis
tinction that lift it above the average of good clothes. Tt stands out
from the procession not conspicuous, but individual.
Suits from $15 to $33
MAGEE & DEEMER
, 1109 0 St. "Kensington" Clothes Fit
Gregory's Washed Coal $6.50
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