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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
I y r t a w
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Ruth Clark, sister of Imogene Clark,
Is visiting at the Thetn house.
Ted Marrlnor, Clenner and Hatter,
235 No. 11th.
Doctor Sellen was a visitor at the
Phi Kho Sigma house yesterday.
Have Graves print It for you.
North Eleventh St.
Ben Harrison has returned to school
after a severe siege of the mumps.
George BroB., expert printers, en
gravers and emhossers, 13th, and N.
J. II. Quinn, of Gothenburg, Nebr ,
is visiting at the Sigma I'hl house.
Helen Westdeer, of Schuyler, is vis
itlng her Bisters at the Alpha Omicron
Burnes"' and Linger, from the Phi
Rho Sig house, were in Omaha over
Programs and Invitations printed or
engraved. Boyd Printing Co., 125
Grover Dovey, from Elattsmouth,
fipent a few days visiting the Sigma
Chi hOUBG. m
Y. M." C. A barber shop opens at
7:30 a. m. Student trade solicited
Best service. ,
James Kollar, a student in the col
lego of medicine, visited in West
Point last Sunday.,
George Wallace and Ralph Van Ors
dale, of Omaha, nro visiting at the
Alpha Theta house.
H. M. Cain, of Falls City, ex. 1911,
spent the last few daywith his frat
EFohers at the Phi Delt house.
Leota Mallring;' a Trl-Dolt pledgo
from Iowa State University, is hero
plaiting the chapter and other friends.
Mario Dally, of Dunlap, Iowa, will
arrive here today to spend some time
visiting her friends and Chi Omega
E. W. Bennison, ex-1907, left yester
day to take a position as assistant
engineer of a railroad at Curby,
MHdred Post, district president of
Kappa Alpha Theta arrived last
night to spend a few days visiting
The annual-banquet of Alpha Chi
Omega will bo hold Saturday night at
the Lincoln hotel and a number of
the alumnao are expected to be here.
Weber Sultorium. 1100 O St.
' All contestants 4n the Inter frai
meet who won first or socg;id places
in the events may get their medals in
' the gymnaBium locker room today at
3:50 p.jm, EARL W. BRANNON,
Engraved dance programs done in
Lincoln. Ocker Engralng company,
You can't drive a nail
with a sponge no matter
how hard you "soak" it.
It's equally impossible
to like clothes that have
no satisfaction giving qual
ities. Smartness in style, thoro
reliability in fabric and
tailoring these are qual
ities that satisfy.
In no clothes do they
exist to a higher degree
than in our Kensingtons
and Kuppenheimers for
$20 to $40.
$15 suits too, that are
proportionately just as fine.
MAGEE & DEEMER
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir cmt Interest pq"'
$L00 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank,
Oor. 10th and O.
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O StrU
P. $, HALL. Pn.M.nt
F. B. JOHNSON, Vlos-Pruldtat
W. W. HACKNBY. JR.. Am. Cut.
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
Qnrlno- JawelrV for Mfill StiokPins, Tie Cla pi, Coat Chains
spring jeweiry tor mon onl d n.fc'forgQ t ..WB.dema-.-
for full dress. Go d fllle 1 f o n $2 to $5 solid gold S5 to $15- plutinum
815 to $25.
Established 1871 ""LI 7A I I lHm UNIVERSITY
1143 0 Street JTTl -VJL-I JEL' 1 1 JEWELER
LOST A "Ton Year" fountain pen
IMonso roturn to "Rik" olllce 125-3
LOST IjiHt ThurHday, a cameo
broach Howard offered for return
to "RaK" oillce. 129 3
LOST Hy S. H .Miles, copy "(ioneral
Pathology," ZelRler. Return to
"Hag" oftlce. 125 3
WANTED University men who are
actlvo and energetic, and are desir
oub of taking up remunerative work
during vacation. To such a connec
lion la offered with a company doing
an extensive business throughout
Nebraska. Good profits are sure
Call at or address Room 203, 1M8
O St. 128-r.S V
SCKIUNKirS MAGAZINE SUB
KCRII'TION SOLICITORS easily
earn Liberal Commissions, also can
pick up extra prize money. For full
particulars regarding commissions,
prizes, free advertising matter, sam
ple copies, address Desk C, 155
Fifth Avenue, New York City.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
THUR. MAT. & NIGHT, APR. 25
In "THE REAL THING"
Mat. $1 & 50c. Night $1.50 to 50c
Com. Mon., Apr. 29 Indefinlto
"THE FORTUNE HUNTER"
Lincoln MAT,NLFvHrJNxaTr3'oy, a!j-
S;Vou?50,h ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night, April 22
Hampden & Company
' Marguerite Haney-
White & Brewer
De Faye 8lsters
Honor and Le Prince
De Renzo and La Due
PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Dlnatf JJ.30 to h30 TCr
Suppw St30 to 7i30 X7L
Also Cafoterlan StyU
Weekly shipments of tho best thero
is in chocolutos.
California violets fresh every day.
VAeJer Drug Co,
13th and O
Discard your high shoes
and make your feet hap
py with a pair of our
new. oxfords or pumps.
1107 O STREET
Collego shoo storo run by collego mon
Capital Tailoring & Clothes Co.
Suit cleaned and pressed by the
month $1.50. HighCIa Tailoring
Auto L 8jaH 11-40 O St.
Tho 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
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
,As4 "$ y
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