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Suitable for living
Arts and Crafts
Oak, Waxed Oak and Solid Mahogany
H Fumed or Woathcrcd
MORRIS Chairs $7-50, $9, $12.50 up
Rudge & Guenzel Co.
Owners of Fitzgerald Dry Qoods Co.
TuoHday evening tho Annual Dln
nor for tho Y. M. C. A. Committeemen
was held in tho Dining Hall of tho St.
Paul M. E. church. A largo number of
members enjoyed the excelent supper
which was tho result of the efTorls of
tho social committee.
Immediately after supper tho Y. M.
C. A. Quartette sang several old col
logo songs. Tho chairman of tho Y.
M. C. A. Committee then made re
ports, outlining the general planB for
noxt year. Mr. Arthur JorgonBon of
Omaha, tho now General Secretary,
was Introduced .and ifiade some ox
tended remarks expressing his pleas
ure at tho biiBlnessllko spirit which
had been manifest In tho reports of
tho commltteo and outlining tho gen
oral work for tho coming year. Dr.
Palno4and Professor Stuff were called
upon to make a few remarks and Dean
Ringer tho outgoing General Secre
tary took tho last opportunity of
thanking tho members of the Associa
tion for tho aid which they had given
him In carrying out big work for the
last two years.
After tho speeches wore concluded
each member had the opportunity of
mooting Mr. Jorgenson personally. The
supper, in every dotall, was a decided
success. Much Interest and onthu-
rooms, dining rooms,
designs in Weathered Oak, Fumed
to $35-00 each
HlnBin was shown which will certainly
manifest itself In excellent work next
Men who are planning on a summer
trip should talk to the General Serre
tary oTnio Y. M. C. A., who can .put
them in touch with a ten days oub
ing of rare quality at an unusually
small cutponso? Tho Camp Is located
on one of Wisconsin's beautiful lakes,
whore fishing, boating, swimming, sail
ing and rowing is unsurpassed. Tho
ploasuro of this trip Is greatly aug
mented by tho companionship of sev
eral university men who will make tho
trip. Look It up.
Prof. Bruner, Mr. Schwenk, and A.
E, Sheldon represented tho Univer
sity at a field meet of tho State Orni
thologists Union a( Dunbar, Nobr.,
Friday and Saturday of last week.
Seventy Nebraska birds were found
and named on Saturday morning.
O. J. Fee left last night for his homo
In Fullerton where he has been called
ly the death of a nephew.
GREEN'S BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
Palace, 109 No. 11th Street
club houses and H
and Golden Oak,
Other sizes $2.75, $3, $3.50
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
The regular Y. W. C. A. meeting last
Sunday afternoon was addressed by
Miss Bertha Elliott, a deaconess from
Kansas City, "RTuib., who gave a very
Interesting account of her work there.
The music which was a special feature
was In charge of Mrs. Raymond and
consisted of-a chorus of fifty voices.
Noxt Friday evening the Big Cabi
net will be entertained by Mrs. Zim-
mer at 16th and K sts. It is hoped
that every chairman and sub-chairman
will make It a point to bo present.
Tho noon meetings which tho Sen
ior girls aro conducting this month aro
arousing-much lntoresti Monday noon
forty five girls were present. Tho
loaders for tho week aro, Wed. Ruth
Wilson, Thurs. Helen. Roddlngton,
Ejl. Alleno McEachron.
Elliott's Sultorlum, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable, 1136
O street. Both phones.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED 8TATE8 DEPOSITORY.
of Lincoln, Neb.
Undivided Profits.. 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Pros.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. R. Eastorday, Auditor.
"Profs." Play Ball.
If enthusiasm counts for anything
the Lincoln Commercial Club needs
to look to Its laurels In tho baseball
lino, for tho genuine Nebraska spirit
la rampant among tho "Prof's" over
tho gamo to bo played May 25th. The
faculty does not Intend to wait for out
side practico games, but Instead Pro
fesBor Caldwoll Is selecting two teams
which will compete In practico and
from the wo teams the stare will bo
picked. It Is probable that tho young
er element will compose a reserve do
tall to step Into placo when the wheel
horses play out. The two prospective
teams lino up as follows:
Pitcher Porsinger and Heald.
Catcher Piper Schantz.
First Base L-uckey.
Second Base Loveland.
Third Base Schantz, Piper.
Shortstop Heald, W.
Left Field Candy, Porsinger.
Center Field Dean.
Pitcher Condra, Fogg. .
Catcher Payne, Clapp.
Fin t Bas" Clementr Payne
Second Base Moore, B. E.
Third Base Hlnman, Clapp.
Short Stop Henld, B.
Left Field Smith, JL R.
Center Field Evans.
Right Field Barker.
Freshman class meeting In Mernor
lal Hall Thursday morning at chapel
time, to hear the report of tho class
Party committee and the commltteo
or the cluss play.
The Law School Base Ball Team
dofeated the Freshmen Academic
Team Tuesday afternoon by a score
of 6 to 4. The game consisted of seven
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab and bag
gage service, 1126-31 P street. Bell
phone, 550. Auto phone 1550.
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and throat.. 207-8 Rich
ards Block. Phone 666.
Fresh home-made candies at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, -5c.
Chairs for ladies. 1018 O street.
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
now restaurant, Hi) South' 12th.
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N
street. Both phones.
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and
L. W. Pomereno, Plumber, 238 S.
Lincoln Transfer Co., baggage.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
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