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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
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Will out.liiHt any other shoe on
the market, they are at the
Hanie time the most stylish.
There is nothing 1 up-to-dateness
that the Regal does not
possess. We stand behind evedy
plr with our guarantee qf yqur
money back If yon do not get
We are exclusive ngents in
: Speier & Simon
We Save You Money
Northeast Corner' 61 10lh and 0 Streets
, ,'iustutol the Jilgh rent district.
A. G. SPALDING
' The Largest Manufacturers in -the
4 Woild of
iloFFICIAL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
'Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
. Tennia, Basket Ball,
lOHl'clal Implements for Track and
' Field Sports
Uniforms for All Sports
Spalding's Handsomely Illus
trated Catalogue of all sports
contains numerous - suggestions.
Send fpr' it. It's free,
A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.
liNow York. Chicago. Philadelphia,
I Boston, Baltimore, Washington, St.
. Louis, Pittsburg. Buffalo, Syracuse,
Cincinnati, Kansas City, Minneapo
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER fc OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
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Teachers Return to Work.
School wan reHnmed at the nryant
j school In Wyandotte county, west of
Kansas City, Kas., where the entire
J staff of women teachers walked out
I and refused to conduct their classes.
J Tin- trouble grew out of the fact that
I the teachers weio obliged to go to
the residence of the county treasurei
to have their pay warrants signed.
The school board adjusted the difficul
ties, sustaining the teachers in their
Wants to Know Why. J
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station west of Falrbury, on t he' Rock
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because the railroad company hah
closed its station at that place. The
commission has written the company,
calling Its attention to general orders
No. G. iMsued by the commission, which
piovides that no changes of this na-!
ture shall be made by a railroad with
out permission of the ctfnunhvslon. The
compuny never applied for leave to
close the .station at Gladstone.
The University of Mississippi has
adopted an honor system which In
cludes cheating, stealing, drunkenness
and gambling. Right here it might be
added that bridge whist is barred at
the University of Clucannati. The co
eds protested that the most they had
ever played for were toothpicks, but
with the stern dean that made no dif
terence. During the last Academic year Chl
I cago University received gifts amount
ing nearly to $G,000.000. This Is the
highest figure yet reached in a single
Members of the senior class desiring
pictures without cap and gown are en
tied to the Cornhusker rate. Town
send. The University of Georgia has re
cently received a gift or $25,000 to be
expended In Improving its campus.
Two months more of school. Let us
have your' duplicate order for pictures
us soon as possible T-ownaend
The Junior-Senior recention com
mittee Wil lmeet todav In IT. 102 nt
Y Clements' photos are tke beat.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
A full line of baseball goods at the
Uni Book Store.
Tan cajlet high shoes, regular mili
tary styles. Sanderson's. '
Get your baseball supplies of the
Unl Book Store.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Advertise your wants In the Ne
Cameron's lynch 'pounter' 123 S,o. 12.
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Subscribe for thDally Nebraskan.
C. H. Frejr, florist. 1133 O 8t.
Let us take your measure-today arid
make to your order a suit that is perfect
in Style, Fit, Wof Kinanship and Quality,
143 South Twelfth Street
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call and see the
We will treat you right.
Phones, Bell 234 - Auto 3228
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