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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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FULL DRESS SHIRT
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DANCE PROGRAMS- BANQUET MENUS
SIMMONS, THE PRINTER
Every Loyal University Student
It urged to patronize theie Ns
braskan advertisers, and ts men
tlon the paper while doing so.
tf Central National;
$ ' Trust aud Savings.
Chris. Eleventh and P.
Co-Oo; Porter's; Unlvor-
Colo & McKonnn.
$ Farquhar; Magco & Deem-
or; Mayor Bros.; Palaco K
Clothing Co.; Spoter &.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
J. R. Davis; YoungbluL
HorpolBheimor; Miller &
Chapln Bros.; C. H. Frey
' Budd,; Fulk; Magoo
Doomer; Mayor Bros.; Pal-
aco Clothing Co.; Spelor
! Capital Grocery Co.
Budd; Fulk; Unland.
Collins Ice Cream- Co.;
C&moron'B; John Wright's. -
George BroB.; Simmons.
Boston Lunch; Camoron's.
Beckman Bros.', Branth-
walto; Budd; ClnclnnaU
Shoo Store; Sandersons;
Itogfira & Porklns; Potty;
f Tho Skirt Store.
Elliott Bros.; Horzog; Lud-
. wig; Marx; College Tail
ors; Scotch Woolen Mills.
Lyric; Majestic; Ollvor;
Lincoln Typewriter Ex- '
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Miss Winifred. A. Bartls, '04, Is stay
ing nt hor homo at Glonvllle, Nob.
JftinoB A. EdwnrdB, '03, who has
boon In Wyoming, 1b practicing medi
cine ut Tuttlo, Okln.
G. E. FarnHWorth, '04, Ib at Sulphur
SprlngB, Wash., with tho North Coast
Thomas B. Goodrich, '04, who has
lecelvcri hlB mnBtor'B degree from tho
University of Wisconsin, Is teaching
history In tho Lincoln high school.
lluHsoll S. HarrlH, '04, Ib, wJth tho
WcBtorn Contractors Supply company,
GOT llrandclB building, Omaha, Neb.
L. P. 'Hovvitt, '04, Ib practicing law
with Gomly & Twltchell, Denver.
Lillian E. Anderson, '06, Is teaching
In tho Central City high school.
Julius Bcdnar, '00, Ib prlnclpnl or tho
McCook high school.
Lillian M. Bennett. '06, Ib principal
of schools at Monroo,- Nob. .,
Ella M. Bothwcll. '06, Is principal
of tho Plalnvlow high school.
ChnrloB R. llurky. '06, Ib now living
at Jerome, Idaho.
Clyde L. Davis, h '06, Ib with tho
WostlnghouHO Company, 811 Franklin
Ave, Wllkonsburg, Pa.
V. A. Day, '00, Ib practicing Inw at
67 Silver Bow Bildg., Butte, Mont.
SubbIc E. Essex, '06, Ib prlnclpnl of
tho high school at Ponca.
Hubert F. Favlngor, law '06, has
been practicing at Hastings, Neb.,
since graduation from the university.
W. H. England, Ph. p., '06, Ib a spo
clul agont of tho Buronu of Corpora
tions, 224 Indiana Avo., Washington,
Georgo B. Field, '07, who has been
abroad sinco last spring, joined Mrs.
J. E. Miller at Romo Thanksgiving,
and expects to sail for homo soon.
v. D. Harris, A. M., '0o, is instruc
tor In phyBlcB, SyrncuBo university,
Syrncuso, N. Y.
Air. W. H. Sawyer, '94, one of tho
oarly graduates In electrical englnpe,r
ing, who wns for a numbor of years
a loudlng cngliieor and commercial
representative with large contracts in
Now York City for the General Eloc
tric company, has bocome engineer for
the Ford, Bncon & Davis company, a
strong contracting firm of Now York.
Robert R. Hill, '06, who haB boon
principal of schools at Ewing, Is study
ing law at tho university.
Charles M. Kearney, '07, is studying
at tho university this year.
Schuyler C. Lanibert, '06, Is teach
ing in the high school at St. Paul,
Mr. A. E. Miller, '06, bettor known
as South Amdrlcnn Miller." has re
signed his ln8tructorshlp In agricul
tural engineering at the Iowa State
College to become chlof engineer for
tho G. W. Parsons Co., at Nowton,
Iowa, builders of a lino of special ex
cavating and ditching machinery.
Margaret Portor, '06, is teaching for
the third year at Central City.
The address of Mr. and Mrs. E. Don
Skeen, '06, is 405 South Twenty-fourth
street, Omaha, Nob. , Mr. Skeen is
Itorne, Wtae mom6rlaI hospital.
Milllcont Stebblns, 06, who was a
fellow In German at tho University of
Illinois last year, recolved an A. M.
degree last Juno. Sho is now visiting
A. H. WollenBlek, '06, is contracting
at Aberdeen, S, D.
Clyde Wilson, '06,- 1b farming near
Mason. Wheeler, '06, having com
pleted the -.law course nt Columbia
university, is "practicing law at 1120
Amsterdam Ave., New York City. Mr.
Wheeler is president of tho Nebraska
club of tho City of New York.
A. W. Aron, '07, A. M., '08, is an
assistant in Gqrman in tho University
Jessie D. Barton, '07, is teaching in
the high school at York, Neb.
The addresB of Alice M. Ageo, '07,
is 325 Second Avo., S. W., Ardmoro,
Ralph C. Christie, '07, is studying
medicine in the University of Nebras
ka medical college Omaha. His ad
dress is 1822 Dodgo street
Beatrice P. Clark, '07, is teaching in
tho high school at .Madison, Neb.
Hugh W.. Craig, '07, ifia graduate
scnoiar in pnuoeopny at, uornon uni
versity. James A. Pallas, '07. who has boon
principal of tno York high school, haa
The Majestic is unusually good this week. The
Daily Nebraskan has 100 tickets which it will give
away. These tickets are good for reserved seats in
any part of the house at any matinee this week.
These tickets are given away with each new sub
scription. We are making a special price from NOW
TILL JUNE 1, for $1.00.
Room 7, Adm. Bldg.
gone to Billings, -Mont., where ho hns
taken the same position.
Nat W. Downes, 07, Is a special ap
prentice, Union Pacific railway, 2515
Dodgo St., Omaha. He has boon en
gaged for several months on a series
of tests of locomotlvoB to determine
tho value of Alfreo-Hubboll vnlvo gear.
Dean Driscoll, '07, who has been in
business at Boise, Idaho, la In tho law
Inez M. Fries, '07, Is nt homo at Ar
Catherine E. Gibson, '07, who taught
in tho Superior high school Inst year,
haB a fellowship In German at tno
University of Nebraska.
Edwin R. Guthrie, '07, Is teaching
in tho Lincoln high school.
Arthur G. Hastlo, '07, is an electrical
engineer at Aberdeen, S. D.
Clara Holmrod, '07, is private secre
tary to her father, who is American
consul at Berne, Switzerland.
George H. Holnko, '07, l&w '08, Ib
engaged in the practice of law at Ne
Lawrence B. Hill, '07, is principal
of tho Tyre county high school, Mld
dlobourno, West Va. This is tho first
county high school to be established
In tho stnto of West Virginia.
The address of Mario L. Hlller, '07,
is Pomoroy, Wash.
Vinda E. HudBon, '07, is teaching at
Myra L. Kerns, '07, who taught in
Tilden high school last year, is a fel
low in Gorman at?the University of
Edna King, '07, is a primary teacher
in the schoolB at Aberdeen, S. D.
E. N. Little, '07, has been advanced
to the grade of adjunct professor of
dairying, University of Nebraska.
H. E. McComb, '07, is assistant in
structor in physics at the University
James A. McGeachln, '07, is en
gaged in business at Orleans, Neb.
Carrie C. Marshall, '07, is teaching
n the Tecumseh high school.
Ruth Marshall, '07, who recolved a
Ph. D. degree from the university, is
caching biology in tho East division
high school, Milwaukee, Wis,
A, H. Miller, '07, is a ranger in the
U. S. forest 'service, Aspen, Colo.
Emily G. Moore, .'07. is a teacher
In the Wahoo high school.
Anna E. 'Parkinson,' '07, iBHeachlng
at Malad Cltyr Idaho.
In tho Musical Comedy
"Fun in the 8chool Room"
HOMER, LIND & CO.
In "The Opera 8lnger"
LAVINE ANQ LEONARD
MR. and Mrs. JACK M'GREEVY
JULIAN AND DYER
THE GREAT KINKER
Mats. Daily (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Every Night 8:1515, 25 & 50c
SUIT OR O'COAT
made to order
any stylo you wish
WORLD'8 LARGEST TAILOR8
133 S. 13th 8t. M. M. Crandall, Mgr.
Why not let tho Nebraskan pay your
Majestic ticket this week? See our
THE FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
Ownod by tho Stockholders of tho
First National Bank
Interest Paid at 4 Per Cent
First National Bank hooms, Tenth & O
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. It. HALL, President
F. K. JOHN80N, Vico-PrtiMUmt
BBMAN O. FOX, Oaahler
W. w. HACKNEY Jr., Aert. Ouhiftr
close meeter that
will try neither tie,
thumb nor temper
5c. 2 for 25c.
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THESE TICKETS ARE LIMITED
January 9 to June 1, $1.00
are now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
AdvortlBemonta for the want ad
column should be left at the bkaineaa
office, basement Administration BMg.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ads, at the rate of 10 oehta per
insertion for every fifteen wbhUr or
fraction thereof for the first inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents; Ave
insertions 40 cents.
BOARD AND ROOM.
First class table board at 1511 8 Qt,
$2.75 per week. 5t63-28
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount, 8ee
Nebraskan manager. 63dh-tf
Found A grey crayenetto., Owner
may have same-by calling a( ti, JlOi,
and paying for ad.
Lost"K. & E." 10-inch slide rule
in leather case. Return to Rag office.
LostBlack leather folding pocket
book, containing small change and vl
.liable papers, en the campus or (
Mechanic- A$r. hall. Return to He
liraskan ofJJcs.Jor roward. 3t-$73J
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