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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
C. H Frey. florist, 1133 O St.
Tickets for tho Freshman Hop nia
be secured in the "Riik" olllce
Ted Marriner, Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No 11th.
MIbb Edna Stevens. '00. of Chadron
Is spending the week-end at the Tri
Have Graves print it for you. 233
Noith Eleventh St
Mrs. A V I-idd. of Albion. Neb
Is enjoying a stay with her daughter
at the Kappa Kappa (lamina house
George Bros . expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Catherine Cone is entertaining the
quartermaster's department at the
Trl-Delt house this evening
Programs and Invitations printed or
engraved. Boyd Printing Co., 125
Miss Edna May I'avelle. of Kail bury,
who graduated from Nebraska several
years ago, is visiting the Kappa Kappa
Y M C A barber shop opens at
7-30 a. in Student trade solicited
G F Mai tin, of Auhuin. is staving
with his son at the Sima Nil house
while hu.viug his stock of Huicks for
Engraved dance programs done in
Lincoln Ocker Kngriilng company
FRESHMAN HOP TONIGHT.
(Continued from page 1.)
ttons have been made- for this dance,
which will be strictly limited to
seventy-live couples, with no free list
Very handsome programs are in readi
ness and the refreshments and ten
piece orchestra are guaranteed to give
There are still a few tickets unsold
which can be obtained from any of
the committee After the seventy
fifth ticket is sold, however, there will
be no gaining of admittance to the
dance, so those intending to go are
advised to get their tickets earlv
The committee in charge of the hop
is composed of Haiold Temple, chair
man, R M Parkinson, Imogcno Clark,
Robert Finley and I'hil Southvvick,
master of ceremonies
The, College Inn Barber Shop Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
At Purdue the recent Junior Prom
was compelled to close at 3 a. in ,
owing to a new rule adopted this year
by the faculty Formeily there lias
been no time limit to this annual
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
The early bird gets the
And the early buyers
get the choicest patterns
from our spring lines.
The minute you enter
our clothing department
our difficulties end and
so do yours.
It's because the .quality
and splendid tailoring in
our Kensington and Kup
penheimer Suits is so ap
parent that a fair examin
tion by you is the strongest
argument we have.
We've a $15 line too
that's a crackerjack.
MAGliE & DBEMER
flT See udfer your
j next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. USt
LOST East Thuisila.v a cameo
bioach Reward offeied lor letuin
to "Rag" olllce 1 HH .!
LOST A gold watch, engraved Mvi
mi," between () and S on 1 It t li U
ward if returned to this olllce l.'.'J 1M
I,()ST Wcdnes lay after noon wat(h
fob, locket attached, set with hi ge
blue stone Finder please re' urn to
"Rag" olllce for reward
WANTED Girl to wait on table at
sorority house for board Call I'.tT
No nth, Auto :m!:. i.ii .:
FRATERNITIES Will sell on easy
terms or rent '.','M R Huhiucsh
phone C.JI'.i, residence ,XU2
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. 0. A
Lunch Room. Oafsteri Plan.
Clly Y. M. C. A. 13th and &.
Ten Weeks of "Stock"
COMMENCING MONDAY, APR. 29
Night, 8:15. Mat, Wed & Sat., 2:30
(Except May 3 for Kosmet Club)
Barrow -Winninger Players
Presenting Next Week
"THE FORTUNE HUNTER"
Night, 25c, 35c & 50c. Mats, 25c
I (MODI U MATIMJI S (IJxcept Monday) a: J
LinUULIl I'VININOS Al H;jo
V;.',VH ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night, April 22
Hampden & Company
' Marguerite Hancy
White & Brewer
De Faye Sisters
Honor and Le Prince
De Renzo and La Due
PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
SCRIRNER'S MAGAZINE SCIt
S( RII'TION SOEK I I'ORS easily
earn Liberal ( oinrnissions. also can
pick up extra prie monej For full
paiticulars regarding commissions,
pi les, Tree ad v ei t ising matter, sain
pie copies, addiess Desk C l.'i.'i
Fifth Avenue, New York City
Weokly shipments of tho best thoro
ih in chocolte.
California violotu frosli every day.
Meier Drug Co.
I3th and O
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
and makelyour feet hap
py with a 1 pair! of our
new oxfords orr pumps.
1107 O STREET
Collogo shoo store, run by college mon
DON'T BE DECEIVED
You can not buy good clothes for the price of
poor ones. Only good clothes are ever sold here
and the growth of our business is the result. We
have men's and young men's suits as low as
$15.00 and they are good for the money but the
$20, $25, $30 and up to $40 are the kind
that will please you best. Suppose you look.
FARQUHAR 1325 O Street
Spring Jewelry for Men sucki'ms. TioCa pifc at chains
nnl dmt forgo t 0 "Wa'deinar"
for full dress (Jo d fillol fro n $ to 15-solid gold $." to $15 platinum
1143 0 Slrcet
Suits $20 Up nth and n Nifty Styles
' and 85 cents buys $1.00 worth of Athletic or
Baseball Goods at
Lawlor Cycle and Sporting Goods House
1423 O Street
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