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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1903)
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Railroad between Missouri River and
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There are a good many aches T
and pains and cases or deep
Beated muscular soreness that
will not yield to any ordinary
external or Internal remedy.
These are cases where a plaster
1b effective, and no plaster Is
quite so effective as the one
which we call tho
WQ9'' Bflladona and
These plasters cure hack ache, t
rheumatic or neuralgic pains,
lumbago, etc. Results ure
prompt and relief is sure. We
guarantee-them and wlir gladly
refund the money If they fall to
give perfect satisfaction. We T
have, too, the best Liniment ever JL
Bold good for man, beast or
birds ("Eagles excepted").
the Drug Cutter
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Late Society Notes.
Over one hundred couploB attended
the annual Pan-Hellenic dance given at
the Auditorium. Friday night. Of all
the University dances given (hiring the
year, the "Pan-Hel" is the one most
looked forward to and most enjoyed
Everyone makes It a point to attend
if possible As the laRt social gather
ing before the close of school, It 1b the
reunion of "old guards," seniors, un
derclassmen and all who enjoy Univer
sity Boclety. Then as never before
during the year, everyone prays for
fair weather, because of the additional
pleasure which a fine night gives to the
occasion, and as If the elements were
against It, the dance Is usually at
tended by a Btorm or rain This year
was no exception, and those who en
joy a promenade as much as a dance
were forced, to walk between showers
It detracted nothing from the enjoy
ment of the occasion that the roof of
the Auditorium leaked and the dancers
were forced to steer shy of a small lake
In the middle of the floor.
The dance was largely attended by
out-of-town people and alumni Ed
die Walt'B full orchestra furnished the
music for twenty-five danceB, each
named after some fraternal organiza
tion, with the name of the piece writ
ten on the program Punch was served
throughout the entire evening from
two tables. The programs were in
green and black, with fitting designs on
the cover, Intended to convey the popu
lar idea of a fraternity Initiation.
Jesse C. McNish, Phi Delta Phi, was
chairman and James H. Bell, master of
ceremonies. Other members of the
committee were: W. M. Hopewell. Phi
Gamma Delta; D. L. Mllliken. Delta
Tau Delta; Harold Conkllng, Alpha
Tau Omega; D. L Jouvenat. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, John Westover. Theta
Nu Epsilon; John J. l?clwith, Phi
Kappa Psl; C N Lussier, Delta (.lam
ma; Victor langevln. Phi Delta Theta,
Verne Hedge, Kappa Sigma; L. L
Harter, Alpha Theta Chi; Fred Strat
ton, Sigma Chi.
The annual picnic of the Palladian
Literary society was held In Lincoln
'nnrk Rnturclav afternoon. About nine
ty were present, and the usual amount
of frolic and fun was indulged In. The
bos chose sides and a hotly contested
game of baseball was played. At 6:30
all sat clown to an old-fashioned picnic
supper with the customary mosquitoes
and June bugs present. A great many
Jokes were sprung at the expense of
the poor insects. Jim Anderson then
sang comic songs of IrlBh prowess and
Dutch mistakes, after which a quartet
composed of Hewitt, Elliot, Anderson,
and Hutton made the woods ring with
their joyful songs. A camp fire was
then made. In the light of which the
picnickers went through an Indian war
ktlance. At about 10 o ciock me auair
was brought to a close, and all went
home feeling they had had a most en
The members of tne Union society
pronounce their picnic, held at Lincoln
park Saturday afternoon and evening,
the moBt successful affair of Its kind
yet held. At 2:46 about sixty members
met at the corner of Tenth and 0
streets, armed with lunch baskets,
hammocks, sofa pillows, balls. batB,
and other paraphernalia incident to a
good time. They took the car for Lin
coln park, where they proceeded to
have a roaring good time. Baseball
and other lively games, mich as "polite
nesB," "drop the handkerchief," etc.,
occupied their attention until lunch
time. Then all gathered together to
partake of the abundant refreshments.
A great basket of sandwiches was
nassed. and as soon as all were actively
engaged the kodak man apeared to get
a snap shot of the crowd. After this
Ice cream and cake followed. One cake
contained a diamond ring and was
passed to the girls, another with a seal
ring being partaken of by tlr boys.
Miss Elizabeth Meier was the fortun
ate young lady, and Mr. Ferguson the
pround possessor among the young
men. They were declared to be the
Union's solid couple for the coming
year and were duly united by a mock
wedding. Mr. John T. Millk put on a
ministerial appearance and performed
the ceremony. Mr. McReynoldB gave
the bride away. Miss Grace MuBsetter
acted as maid of honor, and Mr. Spaf
ford was best man. The whole affair
Afforded a great deal of amusement,
and when It was finished the happy
couple were showered with clover in
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lieu of rice. Then came the business
meeting, and the election of officers,
resulting as follows- President. Mr
Charles Sargent; vice president. Mr.
M. J. Brown; secretary, MIsb May
Thomas; treasurer, Mr Keyser, critic.
Miss Kate Hurley; senator, Mr Clar
ence Berkey; historian, MIbh Grace
Sargent; sargent-at-arms. Mr Noyes,
Then all adjourned to the theater to
enjoy an exhibition of moving pictures
At a late hour they took the car for
the home ride, which was made merry
with college songB and society yells.
When M street waB reached the Uni
versity yell was vigoroiiBly given, fol
lowed by three groanB for the EagleB
Then all went merrily home.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist. Eleventh and O.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 So. 13th,
Campaign hats, shirts
trousers at Mayer Bros.
Wright'B Oliver Theatre pharmacy
fills prescriptions. Telephone 313.
f3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe. 117 No. 13th St.
Students are cordially Invited.
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Joba B, right, President
J. H. Weacott, Vlce-PreaWen!
Joe Samuel, 2d Vice-PreaJdent
P. L. HalL Ouhler
W. B. Ryona, Asst. Caahlttf I
Dr. J. R HAGGARD
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