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bo celebrated in Holy Trinity church.
Miss BuckstnfT is a beautiful cirl with
many friends. She manies a young
man of unusual promise. After the
wedding they will go to Europe, where
many friendly wishes will follow them
When couples go tt Europe is rapidly
as they have of late, hard times Btories
lack the fat hionable basis f realieiu.
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207 So. !lth.
Everybody is busy gelling ready for
examination. Many students expect to
go homo liHxt Saturday oiid are making
all kiudB of arrangements to get through
with "exams ' before that time.
IhoV. W. C. A., under tho direction
of Mrs. Manning, gave an entertainment
Thursday evening in the chapel. The
stage was beautifully decorated with
greenery and draping. Tho program
waB varied and unusually interesting,
the music being a pleasant feature. Tho
leading features of tho evening were
the pantomine, "Xearer My God to
Thee," rendered by tho Mi6ses Mary
Davis, Ella Raymond, Pyrle. Broady,
Mary Wallace, Carrio Day, and Hart
and the farce, "Six .Cups of Chocolate,"
by tho Misses Anilcrcoa, Giiggs, Stuart,
Auman, Spurckand Shively.
Companies A, C, and D held their
competitive drills Thursday evening at
Tho P. B. D. C.'e held their return
debate with tho Philomathian society of
Denver last Saturday evening. A largo
crowd greeted them. Tho debate was
enjoyed very much by the delegation
which went down from the university.
Daniel M. Garber of tho university pre
sided and Fairchilds of Crete actcJ as
secretary. The question as stated was:
"Resolved, That tho laboring men have
hcn benefitted by organized strikes."
Doane took the negativo and tha P. B .
D. C.'s tho affirmative. The represen
tatives of P. B. D. C. were, Messrs. W.
'O. Ayer, A. E. Henry and W. C. Green;
of Philomathian society, Messrs. Brown,
Taylor and Harms. The delegation was
entertained over night in Crete.
Prof. Fossler gave the last of a series
of chapel nddres-cs Thursday morning
on Ibsen. Tho stage was artistically
decorated with palms, etc The picture
of Ibsen hung at the back. Prof. Fos
sler was very heartly received by tho
students and listened to with rapt at
tention. His address was a discussion
of the man and his views of life, as pre
sented in his books.
Chancellor MacLean went to Wake
tield Friday to speak before the press
association of that place. He goes to
Harvard Sunday t deliver the baccal
aureate sermon before the graduating
class of the high school at that place.
Dr. WTard delivered an add res 3 before .
the graduating classat Sterling Wednes
Mr. Baker of the Newspaper Union
delivered a very interesting address be
fore the members of the journalism class
Dr. Bessey returned from St. Louis
Mcnday, where he attended the banquet
tendered by the business men's associa
tion of that city in memory cf Mr.
Shaw, founder of the botanical gardens.
The prominent men present wenj. Pres
ident Canfield, formerly of Lincjln; Dr.
Brittonot Columbia university; Prof.
Ramsey Wright of Toronto; Prof. John
Macoun of Montreal; Dr. Allen of New
York city, and Dr. Bessey. After dinner
speeches wera made by President Can
iield, Prof. Ramsey Wright, Dr. Bessey
and Dr. Britton.
Dr. William Frelease of St. Louis will
deliver the lecture before tho botanical
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seminar, on "The Classitication of Bo
tanical Libraries," Ecverybody inter
ested in depaitmental libraries ought
to hear Lim.
Drp. Bessey and FreleaEO went out
botanizing about sixteen miles from St.
Louis. Thoy obtained jmo very lino
The Y. W. C. A. topic for Sunday is,
..Christian Enterprise." Miss Standish
will lead and Miss Riajer will sing.
In Delian hall, Saturday evening, tho
D. B. D. C. will debate on the question,
"Resolved, That a common school edu
cation thould be a requisite for the right
of suffrage." The affirmative will Le
led by Messrs. Sayerand McCallum, the
negativo by MecErs. Theobald and O
II. Davis. All young men are cordially
Phi Kappa Psi entertained friends at
their chapter house Friday evening.
Albert Paimalee was initiated into
Delta Tau Delta last Saturday evening.
CORA ADELINE GARBER.
We have a lot of made up frames at very
low prices. Crancer & Curtice Ccu, 207 So
There should be great interest felt by
our theatre goers in the presentation at
the Lansing on Monday, May 24, for tho
closing night of the present season of
the romantic drama "For Fair Virgin
ia," in which Mr. and Mrs. WThytaI
BAST LINCOLN ITEMS.
Onooftho pro'test of May festivals
was given laFt Friday evening by tho
junior endeavor society of Vino Street
Congregational church. Tho front of
the church was transformed into fairy
land and the sight presented by the
beautiful little fairy queen and her
fairy-liko train will long Do remembered
by thoEO present. The May queen with
her ilowcry train was also present and
added much to tho beauty and pleasure
of tho evenirg. At the conclusion of
the entertainment tho May-pole was
wound. A free-will offering of about
five dollars was added to the society's
A merry crowd of young folks partici
pated in a surprise on Mies Porter
Tuesday evening at her homo near
Union College Tho young peop'e were
in excellent spirits, tho roads were lino
and the moonlight was out of tight, un
til a lato hour. Tho crowd left homo
early in tho evening, but one company
lest their road in a very mjsterious
manner anrl after much worry and
speculation were found in a hollow tell
ing stories. The carriage was rather
over-loaded and much relief was felt
when they were found In good condition.
Old fashioned games, jokes and tho like
helped to paesa very delightful evening.
The self-government league of Clin
ton schooi gave their closing program in
tho principal's room last week. The
room was gayly decorated with a largo
number of flags, recently purchased by
the school, and a nicer collection of
pictures could rarely Le found on the
walls of any school room. The program
was interesting and this, together with
the general atmosphere throughout the
building cast much deserved credit up
on the principal. A largo number of
patrons and visitors went home feeling
that they had spent a very instructive
and pleasant afternoon.
The church parlors of Grace M. E.
church was the Eceno of a happy gather
ing Wednesday atterncon, when the
ladies of tho church met by invitation of
tho aid societies to enjoy a kensington.
Tho afternoon passed away in social
converse and fancy woik. Lter in the
afternoon their husbands appeared en
the scene and all indulged in a pleas
ant tea party. B. 0. D.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
CUATTEL MORTGAGE BY SALE
OF MORTGAGE PROPERTY.
Whereas, on tho 12th day of Janaary,
1897. .7. R. Jones executed and delivered
to M. M. Melick a certain cbattlo mort
gage to secure the payment of 813.70;
And whereas, default having bien
made in tho payment of said chattel
mortgage to said M. M. Melick; and
whereas said mortgage is now
past due and there being now due and
owing on said mortgage from raid J. R.
Jones to said M. M. Melick tho 6um of
8 T6.9o; and whereas by said cbattlo mort
gage said J. R. Jones thereby conveyed
t j said M. M. Melick one certain dapple
grry horse, weight about UoO pounds,
called -'Billy Russell." six years old and
15J hands high; and whereas on tho
21st day of March, 1807. M. M. Melick
took possession of said property under
and by virtue of said mortgage.
Now therefore I will offer said above
described property at public sale at the
hour of 10 o'clock a m. at 235 South
Ninth street in the city of Lincoln,
County of Lancaster and State of Ne
braska, oa the 12th day of Jqne.1897.
M. M. MELICK.
I DENVER MILLINERY
11221. O Street.
Finest lice of millinery in the
city. Novelties in trimmings of
all kinds. Trimmed and
have already appeared over 150 times.
Of the recent successes made by Ameri-,
can playwrights none has been more
marked and universal than that
achieve! by Mr. Rues Whjtal in his
romantic drama "For Fair Virginia.'
Originally produced more than a year
ago at the Fifth Avenue theatre, New
York. Its merits won instant recog
nition, and this has been confirmed du
ring nearly -150 repetitions. It is in this
play that the author and his charming
wife, formerly Marie Knowles, will ap
pear at the Lansing theatre on Monday
evening. May 24th. The stary of the
play deals with two love stories that aie
carried on against the gloomy but ex
citing background of the civil war
There is an abundance of novel and
bright comedy, and it is in the lighter
character that Mrs. Why tal appears. The
emotional work is in the bands of well
tried and approved players, including
Mabel Bert, Frank Doane, George F.
Farren, John Woodard and that re
markably interesting child actress,
Lottie Briscoe. A magnificent scenic
production is carried.
This attraction will closa the regular
season of the Lansing theatre. Prices
81.00. 75. 50 and 25 cents. Seats on
sale Friday morning, May 21st, at 10
PWKtS & SHEi&0H
1129 0 Street, :-: LircoIr Neb
THE LANSING THEATRE
JOHN DOWDEN, Jit., Manager.
MONDAY. MAY 24
In time Romantic Dxrcmia
Complete scenic production. Acted over 450 times.
Closing The Season
Prices $1, 75c, 50c, and 25c. Seats on sale Friday at
10 a m.
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135 So. 12th St. Lincoln, Neb.