The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 02, 1913, WOMEN'S EDITION, Image 4

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May 2, 1913 WOMEN'S EDITION
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Select
Your
Spring
Suit
To-day
This is the store to make
your selection of
spring apparel
Dolt
To-Day
We offer you your choice of more than 200 different
styles of choice fabrics all exclusive with us:
3-Button Conservative Sack Suits.
3-Button Semi-English Models
2-Button Sack Suits with new crescent shape pockets
2-Button Box Back Sack Suits
2-Button English Model Sack Suits, very close fitting, with re.
movable cuffs on sleeves.
2 and 3-Button Norfolk Suits.
All at Popular Prices
$10 to $25
Our Prices on These Suits Mean a Saving of $5
Speier & Simon
Memory Books $1.25
Until May 7th.
The CO-OP
Senior Pins-Caps and Gowns $1.25
Nebraska Belts
Trade us your old books for Pennants.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re-FRESHMENTSinthecity
Huyler's Chocolates
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
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BA8EBALL 8CHEDULE.
if Wesloyan nt Wesleyan, if
April 25. -x-
if Omnha University at Lin- if
if coin May 2. if
if Kearney Normal at Lincoln if
May 3.
if KaiiHan University at Lin- if
if coin May 9.
if South Dakota at Lincoln if
May 17.
if Highland Park at Des if
if Moines May 20. if
if Simpson College at India- ir
if nolo May 21. if
if Iowa at Iowa City May 22. if
if Ames at Ames May 23 if
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This co-ed with stern, determined
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Lured hy the P. B. K. key's golden
sheen,
On hooks and study hends her en
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This fair co-ed with winning smile
Doth many foolish youths beguile
She cares not for Greek or Phil
osophy She majors in men and society.
W. S.
THEATRES
ORPHEUM
PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGIN
NING MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 28.
James Diamond & Brennan Sibyl
Charles B. Lawlor & Daughters
PROFESSOR OTA GYGI
FIVE JUGGLING MOWATTS
PEGGIE LENNIE AND CO
STEINER TRIO
EVE PRONT
PHOTO PLAYS
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
LYRIC
THURS., FRI., SAT.
DR. NIXON'S
THRTE TROUBADOURS
PHOTO PLAYS
"WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY"
J1HGH -TI-DE--OF MtSF-ORT-UN-EIL
PATHE'S WEEKLY
"THE STRONGER SEX"
"BLAME THE WIFE"
"THE DAYLIGHT BURGLAR"
THREE SHOWS DAILY, MATI
6NEES 2 P. M. NIGHT, 7 AND 9
P.M. Matinee, Children 5c, Adults
10c, Night All Seats 15c.
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You Don't
Pay for the Name
When you buy
a Spalding Ath
letic Article, as
some dealers who
are after bigger k
profit on Athletic
Goods would have you infer.
You pay for-and get-honest
workmanship and material.
The name as evidenced in
the Spalding Trade Mark
is put on as a guarantee 01
what you pay for.
Our Complete Catalogue on request
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
28-30 So. Wabash Ave. Chicago, Illinois
SPALDING'S
Baseball Goods
ARE HARD TO BEAT ! !
We Have a New
and Complete Line
We Solicit the Fraternity Trade
H. Reusch,
118 So
12th St.
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TRY
OUR LUNCHEONETTES
They are always the best
We "serve hot and cold
drinksall winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
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