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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRA8KAIM
DR. DAVID RU88ELL.
8outh African Will 8peak at 8peclal
Convocation Today, Flvo O'clock.
For tho past thirty years Dr. Rus
sell has workod among the Boers and
miners of South Africa. Ho was in
tho first rush for gold In the early
oightios and spent sovoral yearB in tho
surrounding mining districts. He has
visited every hamlet and town south
of tho Zamhosl river and his experi
ence is largo. Dr. Russell Is at pres
ent, making a study of tho Y. M. C. A.
work In America with a view to as
certaining whothor it will solvo tho
probloms of tho young men of South
Africa. Ho will remain In tho city and
address tho Y. M. C. A. men's meet
ing at tho Oliver theater, Sunday,
April 2Gth, at 3:30 p. m.
Sophomore Class Meeting.
"A meeting of tho sophomore class
was hold In Memorial Hall yesterday
morning at which the Ivy Day plan
was explained and ratified. It was
also decided to have a May morning
broakfast sometime In the early part
of next month. Tho following com
mittees woro appointed by President
Ivy Day W. B. Houseworth, chair
man; Kate Fields, Emma Franklin,
Esther Bailey, J. M. Alexander.
May Morning Breakfast Earl
Campbell, Chairman; Kate Fields,
Edna Pierce, Frank Wheolock, . W.
H. O. Porry was appointed captain
of the relay team; Burkett, captain of
the baseball team and Flower, man
ager. Each member will bo required
to pay fifteen cents as his part of tho
Ivy Day expense. An auditing com
mittee for collecting this will be an
Notice to Teachers.
Notlco of examinations to be held
in New York City, September 10, 11,
1908, for the purpose of securing teach
ers for the high schools of the city
has been received by tho registrar.
Salaries range from $700 to $1,900 per
It's a man's toggery that sets
off his appearance. A handsome
shirt, a choice tie, smart hosiery,
gloves, etc., are the trimmings
that make a well dressed man.
In our furnishing department
we show the choicest and most
exclusive products we can secure
and the man we outfit will wear
furnishings that are righf and
Handsome Spring Shirts
Eclipse and Manhattan
$1 up to $3.50
50c up to $1.50
New Ideas In Hosiery
25c up to $2.00
Thin underwear in great va
riety, 25c up to $2 a garment.
SWELL SPRING HATS
Dunlap, Crofut & Knapp, Stetson,
MaUory, No Name, etc., soft and stiff
$2 up to $6
wellt just look in
The regular monthly meeting of tho
divinity club will be held Friday
evening, April 24 at 8 p. m., In Sci
ence Hall. An address will be given
by Professor F. A. Stuff, upon the
subject, "The Ministry Torsus Clerical
ism." AH members are urged to be
Thet girls are wearing mighty
fine Tailored 8ults this 8pring.
"DO YOU THINK"
They want to spend their money
for Tailored 8'ults and go with
afellow wearing a Hand Me
"THINK IT OVER."
We will give you the Latest
8tyle, Perfect "Fit and the Nob
blest Assortment of Woolens In
the city. $25 and higher.
142 South 12th 8t.
In order to arouse an Interest In
the study" of topics relating to com
merce and Industry and to stimulate
those who have a college training, to
consider the problems of a business
career, a commltte composed of Pro
fessor Lawrence Laughlln, University
of Chicago, chairman; Professor J. B.
Clark, Columbia University; Horace
White, New York City and Hon. Car
roll D. Wright, Clark College, have
been enabled, through the generosity
of Messrs. Hart, Shaffner & Marx, of
Chicago, to offer In 1909, a series of
prizes ranging from $200 to $600 for
tho best studies presented on certain
topics. For further Information call
at the Nobraskan office.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Dr. Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
Chaplm Bros., florists, 127 S. 12th.
"Tour next." Arlsto Barber Shop,
1206 O St.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. at
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Eat at ElamB.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Dalrymple's dainty delicacies.
Cozy, clean, pure Dalrymple's
Do Your Washing
Lincoln Business College
Slightly Soiled Undermuslins at One-Third OK
This price is extraordinaryly fow,
come in and see them.
25 per cent off on all black and
colored Taffeta Silk Petticoats, at
$18.00 and over.
Muslin Gowns, lace and em
broidery trimmed women's drawers.
Women's muslin petticoats, lace
and embroidery trimmed, your
choice, all at one-half off.
JACKETS $1.50. An assort
ment of all wool jackets and covert
jackets carried over from last Spring.
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