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BAKBEJft SHOPS. The Arlatb, fcfecn'B
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B0OK8-8TATI0NBRY Co-dp, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book 3tore,
Brofcfa Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BANKB Columbia National, First Na
BUSINESS COLLEGB-Llncbln BAbI-
., Haes College.
gANDlEB Woodward Candy Co.
ARPENTBR Geo. A. WllBon.
CATERER "T6inmy,M at iUggs Drug
CIQARS Frod A. Powell. Lindsay.
CLEANERS AND DYERS Elliott,
Boulcup & Wood.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Magee A
COAL Gregory, P. D. Smith, Whlte-
DANCING HALtP-rtternlty Hall.
DANCWG SCHOOL Pltk.
DI8EASES OF EYE, EAR & THROAT
DRUGGISTS Stelner, Woempaner,
drown, fcTanh. Rector. Harley, JUga.
DRY .GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol-
texPRES Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Radgo & Guenzel, A.
M. Davis, Hardy.
FURRIER Steole. . ,
GROCERIES KejrBtone, N. H. Town,
Smith's Cash Grocery.
HABERDASHERY $2-50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel, T.
JEWELER Tucker, Wolff, E. Flem
ing. LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros.
LIVERY Forbes StablOB, Mellcks.
NOVELT.Y MACHINIST Thorp.
PHOTOGRAPHER Townaond, Hay
POOL AND BILLIARDS B. P. Pow
ell. PRINTING Georgo Bros., New Cen
tury. Ivy Press, Rovlew Proas, Grif
fin & Greer.
RESTAURANTS Weaterneld, Com
oron. Good Health.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium.
SHAMPOOING The Famous.
SHOE REPAIRING Null and McCoy.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unjand, Union . College
Tallora, Ludwlg, Kadla & Marx.
WAITERS BUREAU W. P. Grnnt
Fresh home-made candies at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
For Sale Only at Harley's
Annual Y. M. C. A. committeemen's
dinner. Dining room of St. Paul'B
M. E. church, 6 p. m.
Election of student members of ath
School of Music recital In Memorial
Graduate club meets with A. J.
Snwyor, 1718 F street.
Annual reception, Art hall students
In Department of Medicine.
Ninth annual Pan-Hellenic dance at
The class In Journalism will meet
today nt 11 a. m. In U 309.
E. F. PIPER.
All track men arc called to meet In
Dr. Clapp'B office this morning nt
Lincoln High School Alumni Asso
ciation will meet Thursday evening.
May 11, In High School Library.
A crowd of thirty-seven engineer
ing students congregated at the Lin
dell Hotel Saturday and feasted both
mind and body, lae spread set up by
the hotel management was exceptional
ly fine and everything seemed to work
together for a jolly time. The fac
ulty, with the exception of the Civil
Engineering department, was well rep
resented, and Professors Morse and
Richards responded to toasts, while
Professor Evans acted In the capacity
of ToastmasLer and kept thlngB going
In a snappy, up-to-date style.
Enthusiasm was the order of the
evening and it became so strong at
times, while the crowd was singing
college songs and yelling college yells,
that the eating part was almost for
fcotten In the Interval. Several times
Toustmaster Evans was obliged to
quiet the enthusiasm and give the
program a chance, and as a whole,
everyone enjpyed the evening im
mensely. Messrs. Gibbs, Bowlby, Turner and
Hurtz responded to toasts, while
Messrs. Westover, Hedges and David
son responded Informally to calls for
Company D's Feed.
Company D held Its annual "blow
out" at the Phi Gamma Delta house
Saturday evening at which a bountiful
spread' "on the officers" formed no un
important feature. Non-coms, the ofll-ct-is
and some of the privates gave
BALLS AND BANQUETS
are not a complete buc-
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monues. Get them prlntei
ORIFFIN-QREER PRJNTINO COMP'Y
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Drug Store, 11th and O.
ffiflttlferv natftfirffltfte Wife JWv
StaSTaifd T? '"' wtitgmb v
1619 Farnara St., Omaha, Nobr., and
Crescent Bowling Alleys
AmfaiitUPtxnt 1707 1 144 O 8ttvl
tWt b a 4a on kp yurMlI Itoidng attu
the Weber Suitorium
Clunlnr. PrsMlnjr, Dvin(, Rplf Inf ini
KtUlttnr ol I'll
In Uotlicf .
short talks on the work of the com
pany and the prospects for competi
tive drill. Besides the members of the
company, Commandant Chase, Major
Hewitt, Captain Phillips and Lieuten
ant Beers were present and told of
their Interesting experiences with 1)
company In previous years. An un
usual amount of spirit was aroused
among tho members of the company,
every one of whom was confident that
D company would uphold its past rec
ord In competitive drill.
Mass Meeting Today.
A mass meeting will bo held at 11
a. m. today in Memorial Hall In tho
interest of the ticket announced for
tho Athletic Board by the Associated
Uarb8. Several speeches will be made
by prominent men in the organization
and matters discussed rolatlvo to tho
coming election. Tho girla of tho Uni
versity are expected to be -present at
this meeting and It promisee to bo one
of tho most apIrRed ever held In tho
The address by tho Rov. L. M. Den
ton Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
waB scholarly and intereatlng, -while
tho vocal music by Mr. "W. J. Elliott
of tho University Glee Club wpa well
received. Unlverflity men find this
hour to bo a most pleasant and profit
All thoso aelling tickets for the An
nual Committeemen's Dinner tonight
aro requested to report to the General
Secretary not later than one o'cloclc,
Oliver Theater Building, Lincoln.
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