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ards Block, Telephone 535. Residence,
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WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Dana.- Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
1 13 N STREET.
Is located at 218 No. llth Street. Tele
phone L1028, at
Those liatH you buy of me will bo takeu
aire of froe of charge Spring Btylo Hats
In soft Panama uhapes ana .Stiff Hats.
Wilson $ Jtell,
Booksellers A Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 St
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. llth.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
The Ivy Press prints things.
C. E. Brovrn, dentist, Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 31G So. 12th sL
Eat at Don Cameron's. 118 So. llth.
Get an up-to-date university hair-cut
For sheet music and supplies go to
the mJybhews Piano Co., 1120 O street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards blk.
Professor limner has a large num
ber of beautiful bird specimens in the
Entomology rooms, which are well
worth going to see.
The University clut) will give a hop
tonight (Friday. April 25.) In Walsh
hall. The members of the committee
are E F. Davis and R. .. McNown.
Ah In Koysor loft for Minnesota last
week, whore he will familiarize himself
with methods of cultivation, etc. prac
ticed at the Minnesota experiment sta
tion. A representative of the Minne
sota station will spend the summer
hero, on llko investigation.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. llth.
Sooral members of the law school
I have boon absent considerably lately
on account of government Jobs of
weighing the mail. E. M. Swain has
boon running to Hillings. Mont ; E. C.
Smith to Hastings: Baker made his
1 rst run yesterday to Nebraska City.
Valises and pocketbooks; 1030 O.
C. A. Tucker, university jeweler,
1123 O street.
Edward Hoffnel Is visiting his Alpha
The Chancellor is expected back this
evening from New York.
There are about ten candidates al
ready for the athletic board.
The commandant of cadets 1b desir
ous of starting fife and drum corps.
The first paper in American history
18, for this semester, will be read May
Cases in bailments were assigned to
the junior laws Wednesday.
The bad and uncertain weather has
prevented the putting out of flowers
on the campus.
The state farm will be visited Satur
day morning by the journalism class
to get a "write up."
Dr. Ward went to Omaha yesterday
to be present at the annual banquet of
tne Omaha Medical college.
The girls gymnasium classes' exhibi
tion will be given May 16. The girls
are taking a great amount of interest
in their practice and an unusually good
exhibition will most likely be the result.
The class in field Ceology, had a very
interesting trip last Saturday. Mount
ed on wheels the members first visited
the outcrop of Dakota sandstone, at
Twenty-seventh and A streets. From
there they went to tne A street well,
then to the cave, near the penitentiary,
and from there to the large brick fac
tory several miles southwest of town.
Pictures were taken at the various
The draughting room of the de
partment If civil engineering has
received a new addition to Its
decorations In the snape of a
magnificent picture of the famous
Horseshoe Curve on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, The picture, which was re
ceived through the kindness of the
general passenger agent, Mr. James R.
Wood, measures three by five feet, and
is In a fine oak frame. It will make a
most valuable addition to the collection
of railroad pictures which hangs on
the walls of the draughting room.
The commencement exercises of the
Omaha Medical College were held yes
terday afternoon at Boyd theatre. In
the evening a reception was held at
the Millard hotel at which the fol
lowing toasts were given:
The University Idea A Ross Hill.
The College of Medicine Dr. B. B.
The Alumni Dr. F. D. Haldeman.
General Biology Preliminary to Med
ical Study H. B. Ward.
What Next Dr. H. 8. Mantor.
Reminiscences Dr. R. C. Moore.
Of course you'll hare to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Bas the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Portrait and Landscape
Sallery Establish-A 120 So. llth Bi.
1171 Lincoln, Nefc.
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where all good judges
come. Come to our Hat
department. Spring styles,
are here in the best shapes,
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3.00 guaranteed Hats.
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