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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
C. H. Frcy. floriBt, 1133 0 8t.
Qrncc Truell, ,1013, 1h just recovering
from a serious attack of mumps
Ted Marrlner, Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No 11th.
Herbert CSmmnnn has returned to
BChool after a week's illness with the
Make your datow early with Hagen
lck'B Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Robert Hawley left last evening for
his homo at Nebraska City to spend
Have Graves print it for you. 233
North Eloventh St.
Cecil Cobb, 15H2, has gone to her
home in Harlan, Iowa, to spend the
George Bros., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Madge Meradith left tills morning to
spend Saturday and Sunday at her
home in York.
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancers with popular hits. Auto B
Ralph Aldrich, e. Ml, and attending j
BChool at Michigan thiB year, is visit
ing at the Sigma Nu house.
Mrs Zuinwinkel, of Utica, Nebr ,
came to Lincoln yesterday to see her
daughter in the German club play
Emma Gibson, 15)12, and Lela Herry,
1912, went to Fairbury yesterday to
spend the week-end with Mr and Mrs.
No ostriches do not
come from Austria, but our
nobby beaver hats for
Then there are velours
from Belgium and water
proofed hats from London
In American makes we
have Stetsons and Hawes
in the latest shades and
shapes both derbies and
All of them supplement
ed by a splendid $2 line
both staple and novelty
shapes and a complete
line of stylish caps at 50c
Mother earth gets a new
covering at this season of
the year you'd better do
MAQEE & DEEV1ER
Programs and invitations printed or
engraved. Boyd Printing Co., 125
Miss Ruth Sterne, who has been
visiting at the Delta Gamma house,
left yesterday for her home in Grand
party tonight The guests are the
MiBses Edna Sweeley, Iouise Stegner,
Katherine Niroy and Mary Haller,
Omaha, Helen Lawrence, Fremont;
Katherine Willis, Indianola; Georgia
and Dorothy Simpkins and Alice Whlt
taker, Fairbury; Iaura Jacobs and
Calllno Killian, Wahoo; Ethel Noland,
Alliance; VeBta Douglas, Tecamah,
and Luella Verling.
LOST A "Ten Year" fountain pen
Please return to "Rag" ofllcc l2."3
LOST Ry S. II MileH. copy "General
Pathology," Zeigler. Return to
"Rag" office. 125 3
LOST One Sigma Nu pin, jeweled,
initials on back Ueward for re
turn. Call R-3844 12". 3t
LOST-Uist Friday, an Alpha Theta
(Mil pin. Finder return to "Rag'
ofP.ce 123 31
LOST Wednesday in Chem Lab, a
Delta Gamma gold ring. Return to
"Rag" office 122 3t
WANTED University men who aro
actlvo and energetic, and aro desir
ous of taking up remunerative work
during vacation. To bucIi a connec
tlon is offered with a company doing
an extensive business throughout
Nebraska Good prolits are sure
Call at or address Room 203, 1518
O St. 128 5-S-W
TODAY, 2:30 TONIGHT, 8:15
Al. G, Field Greater Minstrels
Positively the Last Minstrel Organ
ization of the 8eason
Mat. 50c and 25c; Night $1 to 25c
Thurs. Mat. and Night, April 25
Apr. 29 and Indefinite
I INPfll N MATINI2US (Except Monday) a:j
LinUULn I3VI2NIN08 AT 8;jo
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
XSiL ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night. April 15
Arkaloff Russian Balalaika Orch.
THURBER & MADISON
FLANAGAN &. EDWARDS
CLEMONS & DEAN
W. H. LYTELL & CO,
CLAUDE M. ROODE
PRICE8 Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Engraved dance programs done In
Lincoln. Ocker Engralng company.
Mr. and Mrs Hualdt of Hum
boldt, Nebr., came to Lincoln yester
day to see their son Edward in the
County Engineer Scott made some
tests on paving brick in tho cement
testing laboratory Thursday. These
brick are being used in paving East
O street as far as Wyuka cemetery.
Y. M. -C. A. barber Bhop opens at
7:30 a. m. Student trade solicited.
The marriage of George Wendell
MacDougall and Miss Anna Wells has
been announced. Mr. MacDougall
graduated from tlfb law school of the
University In 1911 nnd is now practic
ing law at Thermopolis, Wyo.
The Misses Mary Howard, of Colum
bus; Florence Brown, Holdroge; Lu
cille Thomas and Stella Shaw, Omaha;
Dale Lapp and Esther Hunter, Fre
mont, and Florence Harrison, Grand
Island, came to Lincoln to attend the
Trl-Delta formal party last evening.
Alpha Phi is entertaining a number
of out-of-town guests at their formal
Cadet Band Draws Excuses.
Members of the cadet band will be
excused from classeB from 4:00 to 0:00
p. m. on the afternoons of April 23, 24
and 26 to participate in the encamp
ment exercises at the Farm. Mem
bers of the Pershing RifloB will be ex
cused from 4:00 to 6:00 classes on
Wo have a lot of it to do this Sum
mer for our three popular magazines
EVERYBODY'S, THE DELINEATOR,
and ADVENTURE. Wo prefer to have
College men do this work YOU can
make hundreds of dollars working for
us. It coBtB you nothing to got the In
formation. Two or more men may
travel together. Write to
Butterick Building New York City
All Btudents should visit tho "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
Y. M. C .
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cleanod, Repaired and Pressed
Shop in Basement Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
Discard your high shoes
and make your feet hap
py with a pair of our
new oxfordsor pumps.
1107 O STREET
College Hhoe store -run by college men
" SPA "
Try a lunch at tha Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plavm.
City Y. M. C. A. Ulh aa .
Chemical Frat Pledges.
Alpha Chi Sigma, tho chemical fra
ternity, announces tho pledging of tho
following men: L. L. Lynch, '14, E. D.
Wilson, '13, It. II. Kellner, '13, E. D.
Tho College Inn Barber Shop Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin L
Co. 127 N. 12th.
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 Mr out litemt " " p"
$1.00 Opens on Account
With tho First National Bank,
Oor. 10th aad O.
BAR PINS 50c to $10
liar IMiih aro ih moM popular article of Jowolry this your Our bolootlon embraces ull tlial
ih new In nollil nolo Hold tilled anil bIoiIIuk Mirer Hororlly bur lns in ado to order.
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Be sure to see our line first.
College View, Nebraska
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
1143 0 Street
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