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May 2, 1913 WOMEN ' S EDITION
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Dour VcniiH: I hno been much
troubled lately over the crbo of two
Klrlfi, one a very fair haired damsel
and (ho other not ho fair. Which one
do you HtiggeHt that I proposo to first,
the I'l Fhl or the Kappa? Impros
Hlonally yourH, C L. "STEW."
We are much Interented In your
ruRo, but feel that you havo not ex
plained yourHelf Hiifllciently on such
a Herloiin Hubject to warrant our in
terference. If you could Inform uh
vhlch was the falrhalred and which
the "no-RO-fnir," PI Phi or Kappa wo
could answer without hoBltantlon.
I am a prominent student of the Uni
versity and belong to the Ar Club
For sometime past I have been fussing
a campus queen by the name of Vir
ginia Dare, but since the baseball sea
son opened 1 have been cut out by
a fellow who lured her to the bat
talion brigade Will you please ad-
You should worry seven days and be
a little week.
vise me as to whether I should worry time which belongs to a girl In Uni-
Wlth lost love. versity Place Kindly advise.
TUI3HY (JUAVKS Very truly yours,
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glneeiing By the exercise of a little
mathematical ingenuity, I discovered
that the time necessary to make up
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A Word To The University Girls
Just A Moment Please
You are each wanting something new, of course; a coat, a suit, a dress or graduating gown. "What
University girl does not?
You have studied costumes in the most approved Fashion Magazines and wondered WHY one could
not buy such desirable, ready to wear garments in Lincoln.
Have you never gone to Snrdeson & Hovland's? If not, visit our store, please, at your earliest con
venience, and you will find just what you are looking for. And don't be satisfied merely with seeing the
goods in view. Ask to look in the hidden recesses back of the mirrors at the imported gowns with the little
French touches in tone and coloring, the exclusive models in White Suits in both domestic and imported
fabrics, and the immense carefully selected stock of Coats in white and colors in the most approved styles
Our line of Waists were purchased to harmonize with Suits in chiffon silk and crepe de chine some
wonderful values or if you prefer the dainty handkerchief linens we have them with finishing of c'uny
lace and Irish crochet, besides any number of beautiful patterns in popular priced goods.
In less expensive merchandise you have only to see our natty little Bulgarian Suits to want one; and
you'll be sure to exclaim, "Why! How cheap!" For we have them in white cotton Bedford cords and ma
terial linens at '. $6.75
Another superb little garment that delights everybody, is a Balkan Suit of tan pongee with bands of
Bulgarian trimming, that sells at $8.95
We would like to go into detail and tell you about our Reception Gowns and Theatre Costumes that
eclipse anything of the kind ever shown in Lincoln, but you can form no conception of their
value and beauty without seeing them ; so we ask you to come first from curiosity if you will, feeling as
sured that your second visit will be prompted by interest.
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