The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 15, 1910, Image 3

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Men's 100 per ct. Pure
Silk Hese at, a pate
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Box of Six Pairs, $.75
We have found it! A 100 Pure Silk Half Hose which we
can sell at a price within the reach of all. Purple, black, tan,
grey and gun metal, a box of six pairs at $2.75, per pair, 50c
See the window display.
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J style Shirts, attached and detached cuffs J Vy
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MAYER BROTHERS
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
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Campus
Gleanings
C. H. Frey, florist, H33 O street.
Miss Marian Day of Superior is vis
, iting at tho Woman's building as tho
. guest Aof Miss Lois Coleman.
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
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SuptW. W. Stoner of York Is doing
graduato work In the university ox
tonBlon department of tho university.
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Thornburg's Orchestra Auto 6877.
This evening tho Catholic Students'
- Club are planning to hold a dance in
the Knights of Columbus hall.
s Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
X ' 13th and P Sts.
Prof. D. E. Huffman of tho chair of
public speaking at Union College was
on tho campus yesterday,.
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,p Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11R-119
So. 12th street.
Elmer W. HIUb, '09, has charge of
tho business department in the Paw
nee City high school.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
N. 11th.
. Hoqry C. Currier, '09, is an engineer
with the Nebraska Telephone com-
pany, Omaha.
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Before buying your spring footwear
let Beckman Bros, show you their
new snappy oxfords. 1107 O st
It la reported .that the Alpha' Chi
Omega sorority will, occupy , tho reek
denco at 327 Iorth 13th street next
i year.
.5 Dr. B. M.fCramfy Osteopathic Phy
sician, iU. of N. '99 Burlington block.
If You Can See Well See Me
The eyes are good enough to deserve the
best of everything in the way of Spectacles.
Hallett is Competent to Provide the Best
ESTABLISHED 1871
1143 O STREET
Director J. S. McBrlen will address
the teachers of Pawneo county this
afternoon at Pawneo City.
Hubert Owen, Phi Delta Thota, left
today for Omaha. Ho will spend Sun
day with his parents there.
Miss Florence Tlllotson, who gradu
ated from tho U. of N. In 1908, is
teaching in tho South Omaha high
school.
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Miss Ada Morgan, '10, has been
olected aB primary teacher in the
Ilavolock schools for next year. She
has not as yet accepted.
Prof. W. L. Slophens, U. of N. '89,
superintendent of the Lincoln schools,
Is one of tho students taking work In
the, university extension department.
Miss Alleen Gantt, '10, who gradu
ated at the mid-year commencement,
is spending this semester as an in
structor in tho TccumBoh high school.
Next year she will have charge of the
JHngllah and history work in tho
North Platto high school. .
Picnic days are hero. Wo mako a
specialty of putting up sandwiches,
Balads, cakes and all tho dainties that
help to mako tho day enjoyable. Dal
rymplo's, 13th and M. tf
Miss It. Louis Pitch of Galva, 111.,
arrived last night and will spend a
few days visiting at tho Tri Delta
houso. Miss Fitch is editor of the
Trident, tho national Tri Doiia maga-'zlne.
Ml88 Florence Dye, '10, who is at
present an Instructor In tho econom:
Icb department, has boon elected to
tho position of Instructor of English
and history In tho PlattBmouth high
school.
Word has been received by friends
khoro that Professor Brpwnell of the
Peru normal will accept tho. position
to which ho was yesterday elected b
the board of regents. His chair will
bo in tho physical science department.
'Professors in tho university who have
worked with Professor Brownell state
Uhat ho is a very powerful instructor
and a brilliant man and the unlvbr"
felty is very fortunate in securing him.
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T-F-H'TwoHbleTies
are what the boys want for party wear.
Patent and Qun Metal plain toe and tipped,
fitted- and- wrapped up f 6r $4.00. AND' THEY SURE DO FIT.
,YatesnFkrorich Co.
' Repairing wbfle' " fo'ofV (S STPPPT
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How We Make Every
Customer Our Friend
Every' man who enters our store for a pair of
Shoes is made ,to feel perfectly at home. He
can take his time about selecting a pair
that suits him in every particular. We don t
try to hurry up your selection and we 11
gladly show you every Regal style in our .
stock. We want to give you entire sails'
faction and make you a permanent cus
tomer. Give us a chance come in for
a pair of our smart, new
REGAL
SHOES
Regal
Speier & Simon
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US $5
$350
$400
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Bell 804
THE DIVINITY SCHOOL
if HARVARD UNIVERSITY!
UNIVERSITY PRIVILEGES
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UNSECTARIAN
PLECTYE cquwes leading to the Uplverslty degrees of S,T3 A.M. and PfaXJj
ofkred in the Graduate School of Arts and Sconce and 1 AnvVCThoIo I
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