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THE DAILT UCBRABKAN.
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O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rloh
trd Block, Telephone 535. Rm.Uqo,
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POSITORY. WE ARE SOCIETY AND
Dance Programs, Menu Cards.
THE NEW CENTURY,
ua3 N STREET.
Is located at 2H No. 11th .Street. 'I He
jihoiie LK.-'H, at
Those hats you liny of me will he taken
care of freo of charge Spring .style Hats
In soft rauania shapes ami Stilt Hats.
Styles, Shades and Si.es
in Regret, Invitation and
ery can always be found
in our stock.
Our Engraved Invita
tions and Card Work is
the finest to be had.
Wilson $ JU11,
Booksellers O. Stationers,
1123 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
1514 0 St.
IFter the pa.fty
" Get your ICE CREAM SODA
at GANOUNGS PHARMACY
1400 O ST.- OPEN ALL NIGHT
Sidles' Sportimj Goods J4odse
Tennis, Pase Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
1304 o st., Phone f 1038 SIDLES CYCLE CO.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Eat at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steelo, 143 So. 12th.
Steele stores furs. See him.
C. E. Brovra, dentist, Burr hlock.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 S. 11th.
Get an up-tt-date university hair-cut
For sheet music aud supplies go to
the MuthowB Plana Ce., 1129 street.
Dr. Woodward, oculist. Richards blk.
Cameron's lunch counter, 118 S. 11th.
Valises and pockethooks; lO.'ifi O.
C. A. Tucker, university Jeweler,
1123 O street.
Niuly furnished front room for rent
at Y. M. C. A., or 1117 Q street.
Ralph Murk's mother is visiting
with li i 111 this week.
Ethon Flnlay, '01, will teach in
South Omaha next year.
Frederick Morrell, 02, has accepted
tne assistant principalship at Ran
dolph for next year.
Caroline Stringer has been called to
her home at Wayne on account of the
death of her mother.
The annual bulletin of the graduate
school is now out and may be ob
tained at the executive office.
Chancellor Andrews will give an ad
dress at the commencement exe'reises
at Leadville, Colo., June 10.
Anna Fowler, '02, has been elected
as teacher of mathematics in the South
Omaha high school for next year.
Henry It. Tucker, '99, has been re
elected in the school of Lead, S. D.,
at an Increase of salary, from $85 to
$100 a month.
The members of the ornithology
class will leave Lincoln Saturday
qiorning at eight o'clock to do field
work southwest of the penitentiary. '
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory the Coal Man
Has the Stuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Patent Kid or Vici Kid,
Miss Edith A. Erford, a graduate of
the I'nlversity of Nebraska, and Mr.
George M Campbell were married
Wednesday afternoeyt at the home of
the bride's parents, 2315 C) street. I)r
M. M. Long of the Set ond Presby
teiian church officiate d.
The home had been beautifully dec
orated for the occasion with palms and
ferns. Two sisters of the groom and
ten of the Q. A. T. girls were in the
chain of attendant girls.
After the ceremony Miss Charle)tte
Hullhors sang "(), Promise Me." About
seventy-five guests were present at the
wedding and reception which followed
Refreshments were served at which the
Q. A. T. gills assisted. Mr. and Mrs
Campbell left for their home in Sew
ard where they will go to housekeeping
The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority
celebrated its annual banquet at the
Liue-oln Monday evening. The ordi
nary was the scene of the festivities.
Forty-five covers were laid for the as
sembled gin sts. The room was dec
orated in the fraternity pe-nants of
light and dark blue. The table was
decorated in greenery and red roses,
together with (lowers sent as gifts.
The time was passed with fraternity
songs and an excellent toaHt list.
Miss May Whiting presided as toast
mistress. The following responeled to
toasts: Miss Olive Slates, Nellie
Griggs, Blanche Hargreaves, Gere and
Mrs. Lew Marshall. Six members were
present from out of tewn. Mrs.
Smoke was a guest of the evening.
But two members of the senior class
were honored by elee-tion to the Sigma
XI fraternity this year. They are P.
J. O'Gara and John Fossler. They
have won this recognition by doing
original se-ientlfle work in the depart
ment of botany.
Mr. A. A. Miller, who graduated from
the E. E. department in 1898, Is in the
city. Mr. Miller Is in the employ of
the Westinghouse Electric & Manufac
turing company in the sales depart
ment, and at present is located in tho
state of Washington.
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