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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1907)
THE DAILY NBRASKAIS
Thrown onr the market. We, must have $2,000 in the Next Ten Days, It's up to you.
I A $15000 Stock 1)f Mns ShoeS
Edwin Clapp $7.00,;Shoes . $5.50
Edwin Clapp 6.00 Shoes . 4.50
E. T.Wright's 6.00 Shoes . 4.50
Cf ossett's $5.00 Shoes . . $3.50
Crossett's 4.0Q , Shoes . . . 2.85
Crossett's 3.50 Shoes . . . 2.50
Forbesh $6.00 Shoes $4.50
MEN'S CHRISTMAS? SLIPPERS ,
$3.50. now $2.50 $3.00 now $2.00 $2.50 now$L75
$2.00 now $1.25
$1.50 now 95c
We must have this $2,000
and should we get this
much before ten days the
sale will be discontinued.
Boys' Shoes at Half Price '
HERF0RD & PETTY
143. South Thirteenth Street
Robert P. Hill, '06, Is principal of
schools nt Ewlng.
J. R. Fulk, '03. Is still superinten
dent of tho Hebron schools.
Ivy Wnllaco Bowl by, '00, Is n homo
maker in Seattle, Washington..
A. A. Davis, A. M., '00, is located In
Lincoln as ropreneptatlvo of Sllvor,
Durdetto & Co., text-book publishers.
Miss Edith A. Lathrop, '03, who has
been teaching In 'the Hastings high
school, was elected superintendent of
schools f Clay county.
' J, S. "Ellis, '02, Is superintendent of
'sohools at Lako Preston, S. D.
H. Clyde Fllloy, 'Q& returned to Al
bion ob superintendent of schools.
A. M. Voas, '02, was a member of
Dr. Loos' party In Europe last sum
' Miss Helen C. Arnold,"06, Is teach
ing. In th6 high school, Lake Preston,
A.' R. WilBon, '07, has Just received
an appointment with tho Pueblo
S, E. Clark, '04, Is making a good
record as principal of tho Hastings
. H. R.-Edwards, O. B., 'Q4j Is acting
as transit man on a railway location
party In Mexico.
Arthur P. Becker, '04, has boon oloc-
tod superintendent for schools In Sioux
' 1... XT1 l.
I, '00, ia
S.H. Thompson,' 00, who has been
superintendent of schools at Hold
rego, ,io doing graduate work at Col
umbia University this year.
Miss Ethel Holman, '06, Is the new
principal of the Croighton high school.
W..F. Heath, '06, Is wdth the Chi
cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omahl
at Sioux City.
Chicago Great Westerrf Railway.
Tho Short Line and most popular
train service to St. Paul and Minneapo
lis. Trains leave Omaha at 7:30 a. m.
and 8: 30 p. m., ifiaking direct connec
tions with all trains for the. North
Homeseekera rates every first and
third Tuesday during October and No
vember to points in Northwest
Ask to be routed via the "Great
For further information apply to
FRED WIQHf ,
District Passenger Agent,
1512 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
May Hamilton, '06, is teaching her
second year in' the . Loxington high
school'. She Is much pleased with her
work and remembers her University
expediences vlth great pleasure.
Miss Ruth- E. Pyrtlo, '04, Is princi
pal of tho Bancroft school In Lincoln.
At present she is on a leave of ab
senco to her claim in South Dakota
Sho is expected to return In. Lincoln
oomo tlni-o In January. ,
Mr. James Cook of Agate, Sioux
county, Nebraska, was In the city vis
iting Professor Barbour last Sunday.
It Is from his property that many val
uabl9 specimens have been .obtained
Tecently by tho Geological department.
Miss Katharine L. 'Woods
roejnbor of the faculty of tho tate
Nornfrd School at Peru.
J j t
Bruco Benedict, '01, Is at present
located tn Chicago as editor of the
Railway Master of Mechanics.
CT.ho address of Theodore W, Fox,
f03, has been' changed from Chicago to
1 It. F. D. Nof-26, Mayvllle, N. Y.
Clements' photos are the bOBt
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's. Sultorium, Cor. 11th and 6.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Hayuen, photographer, special rates
Lost A lady's gold watch,, Wodnes-
day between Jlniverslty campus .and
16th and Stfetreets. Return to 524
N. 16th street.
to students. 1127 O street.
Greon's barber shops are the best
In tho West.
Go to 'MrB. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Dining Hall, No lunch
R. E. Stone, '07, has just been ap-,
pointed Instructor In Botany in the
1 .Alabama Ppiytechnlc Institute.
Archie Bolden, '07, Is connected with
the Greonough Bros., general contrac
tors, on. mining work in Montana.
Tho University-Union, will give a
public reception Friday evening, De-
nnmlmx fifll frrm 7i1K fr O.Qft All
afe cordially Invited to attend and
Inspect tho now fluartors.
Tho following program will bo ren
Piano Solo, .i . . .Miss EJeanor Drepert
'Cobwebs and Moss from the Old.
Hall' Jamb's E. Bednar
Reading..... Miss Stella Hardy
Trombono Selection... Mr. S. S. Davis
"The Wrong Window"... J. F. Baker
"A Prophesy", A. H. Miller
Pian6 Solo...... .'..MIss Pltmali
Following the program there will bo
a business" meeting and election of officers.
Just a qulot ovenlng moal at. Dalrym
plo's. Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Bookman Bros. FIno shoes, HOT O. st
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
Tb Drag CmtWr.
Clupeco Shrunk Quarter Sizes
is cents eachi2 for 25 cents
duett, J'eboljr & Co., Maker of Cloett od
Till Elt?Ly?ero' s6 3
Suits and O'coats Made to Order, SI5
No MoreNo Leu ' " v ' N. "
World's Greatest Tailors 0lTiHf0 t4;
J., F. QREGdRY, Managpr and Cutler s WrMmJ f '
LINCOLN BRANCH pa inglaa t
145 So. Thirteenth Street 'KJP f!
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