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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Simmons the Printer
Auto. 2319 317 So. 12th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
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1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
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Rush Medical College
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University of Chicago
College work requlrod for Admluion
Full work in tho Summer Quarter
June 17-Scpt 1, ign
Write for full particulars to the Dean of Medical
Courne. the University of Chicago.
PROFESSOR DAYISSON DIES
HEAD OF SCHOOL OF AGRICUL
TURE PA88E8 AWAY EARLY
Prof. A. E. Daviason, principal of
the university school of agriculture,
died at a local hospital early last Sunday-
morning, JJe Jiad beenalck lor
some time, but his condition was not
considered dangerous until Saturday,
when lie was removed o a hospital.
The funeral was held Tuesday from
the Tamlly residence.
The school of agriculture has grown
during the administration of Principal
Davlsson. Ills steady hand guided the
affairs evor In the wayB of progress
and right. HIb death came as a shock
to tho university and the public In
general, but was folt most deeply 'by
IiIb own students at the farm. Reso
lutions of appreciation of the work of
Professor Davlsson and of sympathy
for Mrs. Davlsson were adopted by the
board of regents nt the Tuesday meet
ing. Mrs. Davlsson will be acting princi
pal of the school for the rest of this
year. She helped -her husband a great
deal and Is thoroughly familiar with
the duties of the office.
LINCOLN CAPTURES OUTLAWS.
League Team Is Victorious in Base
ball Game 4 to 3.
Tho OutlnwB met the Lincoln West
ern league team in a' practice game of
baseball Tuesday and were defeated
by the score of 4 to il. Prom the show-.luKmadeby-tlio
Outlaws it Is evlden t
that the other teams In the university
are going to have something to con
torAl with on the diamond. The bat
teries: For Lincoln. Hagerman, Vox
and Kelly; for tho Outlaws Prouty,
Rodman and Ratcliff.
Stands for tho Latost and best in
Music. 121fi O St.
New and Up-to-Date
Dinner 35 Cents
Open After Theatres
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
1022 N St. Auto 1202 Boll 147
GLEANERS and DYERS c vM9Hr,GBY
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
We Want Your Goal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order.
1106 0 STREET AUTO 3228 BELL 234
Hart Schaf f ner & Marx Clothes are
not merely all woolthere's the fine tailoring, the
correct fit and the faultless style to consider The
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new models, new patterns and
colors are particularly attractive
this spring We have assembled for the
men of this community the master produc
tion of these justly famous makers won't
you come in and pass judgment?
H. S. & M. and other good makes
in Spring Suits, Top Coats and
Rain Coats Teh to Forty Dollars
You are entitled in buying Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes to a most
positive assurance of your satisfac
tion. Every dealer in our clothes Is
authorised to say this to you:
Every garment made by and bear
ing tho label of Hart Schaffner &
Marx Is guaranteed to be of all-wool
or wool-and-sllk fabrics, with no "mer
cerized or other cotton added; to bo
thoroughly shrunk before cutting;
seams Bowed with pure silk thread;
tailored In clean, sanitary Bhops; and
to bo free from every defect of mater
ial and workmanship.
More (,han that: Tho dealer 1s au
thorized to say that If the clothes aro
not right, or not satisfactory, your
money will be refunded.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
MARK CROSS famous London Kid Gloves for men and
women only at this store
Ooprrjuht Hurt BchaJIncr & Marx
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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