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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1913)
Imported Austrian Velour Hats
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An Importer's Surplus Stock TO GO ON SALE
Friday and Saturday
Merlin's on the part of our buyer enabled us to offer these
e Fresh Luxurious Imported VKLOnj. HATS at these
remarkable timely low prices
Here's the good luck story. We're letting you in on out
under price buying- -and this is what it means to you
$5-00 Austrian Velour Hats $3 50 Austrian
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$6.50 and $7.50 Austrian
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ed objections, but we are going to be rash for once. VY
arc so proud of these Wintertime Panamas that we've just
got to blow about them a little. It is merely that the are
(JKNUINK IMPORTED AUSTRIAN VELOURS and eoim
in the Newest Styles, Popular (Colors. High Quality 'ind
Pleasing Shapes to fit every head but the timely opportun
lty to save, just at the beginning of the Overcoat Season,
when everybody will want a warm, slylish-lookinir weather
See them in the Windows
MAYER BROS. CO.
The Store Ahead
APPOINTMENTS TO POSITIONS
Number of New Men Placed on 8taff
of University Employees.
The tollowiiiK appointments wrre
announced in the Chancellor's dfllce
Teachors' i'oIIokc High School R.
it. Spafford. superintendent of agri
cultural instruction: Gortrude Beers,
teacher of shorthand and typewriting;
"tuol Murtuy. teacher of onglnoorlng.
U. G. Sherwood was made physician
m the department of micrological an
.itomy of the Medical Collogo, and
rthur H. Hiltnor was made an as
sistant in the Registrar's offlco.
you ought to see the
swell new Belted Backs
Shawl and convertible
collar Overcoats we are
putting out on this sale
Regular $15 and $16.50
SECOND YEAR CLASS WILL
DANCE AT LINCOLN NOV. 21
Novelties in Details Are Promised
With Jones Orchestra Fur
The Sophomore hop committee yes
terday announced the date of the hop
as November 21 and the place the
Lincoln. This is the night before the
Iowa game and will offer great in
ducement to the alumni to get back
to Lincoln Friday afternoon instead
01 Saturday morning. Tickets will be
placed on sale the first of noxt week.
Huy early and avoid the rush. "OrvalV
Jouos and his orchestra will perform.
The committee also announced that
they would give some novelties in the
line of programs and refreshments
FR06H ELECT OFFICERS
1132 O Street
Minor Executives Chosen in
Year Class Thursday
At the Freshman meeting held
Thursday morning the following offi
cers were elected: Kuthryn Denman,
vice president; Edward Bryson, treas
urer; H. T. Evans, Secretary.
The Freshman hop will be held ut
the Lincoln hotel on December 9th.
The date of sale will be announced
Engage formal music now. Hagtmsick
Sophomore football practice Monday
afternoon at 3:15. Report at Armory.
Loeb'B Orchoatra, L-9896 or B 1392.
University School of Music
Offers the highest class of instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball, Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -:- Eleventh and R Streets
Patronize our advertisers
SODA WATER LUNCHES
Try the . M. C A. Lunch Room
iCity Y. M.C. A. 13th and P
For Dancing Parties, Ban
quets, etc., at a reasonable
price, rhone L-8959 after 6:30 P.M.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
13 AND O STREETS
A Craocful llifb Band Notch Collar.
2 (or 25 cent
CJuctt-. Pcabotly A Co., Ino. Maker
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