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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1909)
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THE PAIL Y NEBRASKAN
CHAt. B. HANFORD
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Mat $1.00 to 28b. tV& $1,50 to 25c.
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WARD-KLARE AND COMPANY
Id The Twin Fats"
Master Cyclist of Iho World
FOSTER AND FOSTER
In "Tho Volunteer Pianist"
ELISABETH M. MURRAY
Irish and Negro. Character Songs
KIKUDA AND MAKl
Unrivalled Jabaheso Entertainers
In "Parisian Eccentricities
Mats. Dally (except Mon.) 16 A 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50
C. H, Frcy, florist 1132 O St
Harry Portor. Ho has It. 1123 O St.
A, Mi Smith, law 1910, was an Om
nhn and Bellevue visitor 8atrtrday.
Chapln Bros., flbHsts, 127 So. Thirteenth.
Miss Fanhy Ptttcanip, 1912, spont
Saturday and Sunday visiting her par
ents at Omaha.
Dr. Chfts.. YouAgblut, dentist SOS
Notice Tho laBt order of Benlor iu
vltatlons go out Friday. Y. ic. Hol
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Sticcosieoi' to iAllllatri'a
Social Evenings - Mon. &frl.
Beginner Class - Wed. & Sat.
Private Lesions Given
1124 N STREET
MIbb Elan, Dullard has been visit
ing with her brothor, S. P. Bullnrd,
1911, for tho prtBt few days.
The boBt lunch In the city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 18 ft P.
At a meeting of the freBhman track
team Saturday afternoon, Verne Bates
of Lincoln, was elected captain.
The Nebraskan will soil a $50 wheol
for $25. Do you want It?
The members of tho university Y.
M. C. A. will hold a "home-made"
candy sale" tomorrow In tho Temple.
Ono thousand pairs Oxfords on sale
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215 O.
C. A. Reimcrs, 1909, rebelvod a Very
severe burn bn his hands, while work
ing in tho chemistry laboratory last
New spring stylos In footwear now
on display. Bookman Bros., 1107 O St
'partmont, whd'waa vwy 111 during
the wlntor months, has ngntn assumed
chnrgo of his classes.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dontlat. Charges
reasonable. Ovor Bank of Commerce.
Walter Weiss, 1911, of Hobron, Nob.,
who has boon out of Bchool for tho past
month, on account of serious Illness,
has returned to school and resumed
J. M. Wilson was at Mount PIoub
ant, Iowa, luat wook attending tho
district convention of tho Beta Thota
PI fraternity as a delegato from tho
P. J. Clark, 1912, who has been In
tho hospital for tho past weok, 111
with tho plourlsy, has Improved suf
ficiently to onnblo him to roturn to his
homo in "Vahoo, Nobr.
Clinton J. Campbell, 1905, was a
campus visitor Saturday. At present
ho has chargo Of the Crab Orchard
Bchool , but will tako up tho Univer
sity law coursb noxt fall.
J. Eldon, 1907, miBtorB degroe 1908,
Is now connected with thfc Unlvet'Bl
ty of California In tho research depart
ment. Mr. Eldon Is at Pacific Grove,
California, at tho Horzstoln Research
Pick It Out ' , (V - .. hV, ., " ; .1 j!
Commdhcoriionl Gifts. All Iho now Stiminqt x
gopds how in. Make, your selection and have g
it put away until wanted. Mtlto, BlUMMlS, Jawftfry. ' g
HALLETT, Jeweler 1143 O g
o o cKo$ob$o$o$d$6$o$ooo$o
I GREGORY, thfe Tailor
Has a dandy line of goods for Spring Suits. Ho, also
does tho best cleaning and pressing- in the city.
1 4th oc O Streets - - Auto 3264
May 15, 1909
Tho annual banquet Of the Beta
Theta PI fraternity will bo hold next
Friday, April 30, and tho formal party
will bo hold on Saturday ovonlng, May
1. Both -ovonta wlh be held at tho
Lincoln hotel. .
The Lincoln Dancing Academy has
moved to 1124 N St., having, bought
tho business of the Williams' Dancing
Academy. Thoy have a select crowd,
and extend a special invitation to unf
versity Btudonts to attend their
Today and Thursday at 3:00 o'clock
in U 102, MIbb Hrbcck of tho Bohem
ian department will glvo a lantern
slide lecture before Professor How
ard's cIiibb In elementary sociology on
Bohemian manners, customs and other,
social conditions. Everybody 1b In
vited. Today in rhetoric 16, a very Interest
ing dobato will bo held. .Tho question
"Resolved, That tho Phlllpplno Islands
should bo given iridopondonco." Tho
afilrmatlvo will bo upheld by R. .B.
Mosoley and A. M. Oborfldor, and tho
negative by O. W. Peters and Goorge
Tho first annual banquet of tho
Forestry Club will bo hold at tho
Llndell hotel, May 7th. Tho commit
tee have arranged to make this nffalr
Producing the Latest Successes at
WEEK STARTING MONDAY,
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
In the Great Farce Comedy
"THE BRIXTON BURGLARY"
Best Seats 25 Cents. Every Even
ing at 8:30
Wednesday and Saturday Matinee
To Follow. May 3d "ALL OF A
Personality in Clothes
which means style, fit, shape and grace harmonized on
the individual figure is obtained only when the garments
are made exclusively for you.
Asnotwo men arealike,
it is obvious that a ready-to-wear
stock suit cannot be
expected to produce that dis
tinctive individuality which
bespeaks the well dressed
man of discerning tastes.
Honestly Custom Tailored
clothes, at prices within the
reach of all, are the achieve
ments of this shop. You
obtain not only a. choice of
,luhdredsuof beautiful woolens,
but the guarantee of genuine high quality and satisfaction.
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