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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The following merchant and bust
nets men of Lincoln are anxious to
erve the University students. By
placing their advertisements in the
columns of the Daily Nebraskan they
show that they want your trade. And
you may be sure that the merchant
who Is willing to make a little effort
to get your patronage Is the one who
is going to treat you honestly and
considerately In attempting to keep
It. 80 you as well as the Nebras
kan will profit by trading with these
First Trust &-Savings
J. C. Wood & Co.
Mngeo & Deonior
Palace Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Armatrong Clothing Co.
IhttchTns ST Hyatt ..';
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
Mlllor & Polno
Mngeo & Deeraor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spolcr & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mngeo & Dooraor
Palnce Clothing Co.
Speler & Slmon
.De GaBton & Houck
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Miller & Paine
B. F. sVanson Co.
Miller & Paine.,-
' Ya'tds French"
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"styrt Store' '.'.', ti
THEATRES ' V' '
Men's, Young Men's
Suits and Over coats
$40.00 and $35.00 Suits . MQ Cfl
and O'Coats $LO.OJ
$80.00 and $25.00 Suits fc 1 Q Cfl
and O'Coats PIO.OU
$22.50 and $20.00 Suits (Mi CA
and O'Coats DI 4:.OU
$18.00 and. $15.00 Suits
and O'Coats. ......,
$12 50 and $10.00 Sails
$S.T)0 and $7.50 Suits
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1009 to 1019 O Street
Plans Almost Complete for Upper
There will be many big stunts at the
eon lor mutsquerudc next Saturday. A
4 whole score of new funny thlngB are
being planned? a'-ho committeemen
are hard at worU. with Chairman -0.J,K.
Wolter at the bottom of tlu merry
plans. No one will know Just what
the Btunts are until they are srun(.
TIiIb will be the second annual
sonlor mnsriuerado bnll The Idea
originated last vear when the senior
class wanted to have some sort of an
entertainment to get the members of
the class better acquainted. The ac
quaintance theory Is- the only excuse
given for the holding of the masque
GUTHRIE LIMITS DANCE.
The Junior Hrp Plans Call for Only
One Hundred Couples.
Chairman Guthrie r the junior Ih.
committee is planning a swell dance
for next Friday night. No pains
being Bparcd to make it the big in for
uuil of the season, and one of the prel
tiest danccB of the year. A fairly good
sjile of tickets 1b the report.
President Bates last ulgiii author
Ize.l the following statement: "Only
one hundred tickets will be sold. Tito
dance will .be limited absolutely as we
say, nnd no more than a hundred tick
ets are for sale."
Tho tickets-are -belngBoJLjiither
usual price. Eddie Walt and his or
chestra will furnish the music Tor the
dancers. Tickets may be had from
President Bates, Chairman Guthrie,
Will Lofton, Gus Lofgren and O. II.
Phi Delta Phi, the oldest established
law fratornlty at Nebraska, has opened
rooms In the Salisbury building at 1120
South 12th streotf Flat G Is being fur
nished for use by the law organiza
tion. No sleeping quarters are to be
provided", it Is reitortcd, as the' nature
of -the organization makes the living
together of tho members Impossible.
Phf Delta Phi is a professional trajter-
jiib:. and tho majority of its members
are ajso Identified vlth,onoof another
of the regular' Greelf Metter fraternl'
ties. They would, naturally, live at
the regular fraternity houses. The
ipurposo of the'movo Is said to be pure-
'MY SISTER ALICE IS DEAD"
By EDWARD E. ROSE at
Oliver, Today 2:30 Tonight, 8:15
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k OPTICUI Hot D I 1 II It 8
I 0u I UCKkCl are now in season. Do you know
any place where yon can got aa
i c r"chL QWGK SERVICE
wa 9 a 91169 11 as you can 'at our now store t Ho
.... need of being crowded. . ,
- OPTICIAN. - I - 1 - r
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRQMT H??"11 V5?b
Your Patronage Solicit JvltClieil s. yj, corner
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jly social. .-
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