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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1903)
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A. G. SPALDING & BPOS.'
FOOT BALL SUPPLIE
ARE MADE IN ACCORDANCE
WITH OFFICIAL RULES
A ND ABOUT THE FORUM"
Prof. Barber Gives Stereoptican
Lecture ?t Convocation.
Spalding's handsomely II
Iiutrated catalogue of Fall
and Winter tports contain
ing all the new things In
football will be sent free to
Spalding's official footbal
j,u de, containing the new
rules. Per copy JO cents.
How to Play Foot Ball. Bp Walter Camp,
edition. Per copy 10 cents.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco
Boston, Baltimore, Buffa'o, Kansas City, St.
Louis, Minneapolis, Denver, Montreal, Can.
To the Pacific f
Tickets on Sale Daily to November
30, 1903. Call and get lull
G. W. BONNELL
G.P.ST. A. LINCOLN j
Up-to-Dato Soda Fountain
IIS North 11th Street.
Professor Barber gave an Illustrated
lecture at convocation yesterday morn
ing on "In and About the Roman Fo
rum." Preliminary to entering into the
body of his lecture Professor Barber
explained the three great periods of
Roman hiBtory, which are the "Kingly
period." dating from the beginning of
the city to 510 B. C; the "Republic"
510-27 B. C. and the "Imperial," 27 B.
C to the fall nf Rome in 473.
The Roman Forum, he said, was lo
cated at the base of the Captollne hill,
ard extended from southeast to north
west. Books describing its position have
given rite to fonfupion In speaking of
its north and south ends. .In 1870 exca
vations were begun In and about the
Forum, and it was necessaiy to dig
down through a number of successive
pavements before the native ground
vj" ri ached.
Among the places of historical Inter
est thown was the Comitlum. where
the ailstod'ats met, while tho people as
sembled in the Foium. Between them
was (he tostia. so mat tne speaucr
could turn and address whichever party
ho (hope Cacear caused the rostia to
be torn down, thus removing a mark
of distinction distasteful to many.
Views weie shown of the Temple of
Concord, where Ciceio delivered the
fourth of his Catalinarians. of the Tem
ple of Saturn, the Bassilica of Julia,
the Temple of Vespasian and the arch
of Septimus Severus, which was erected
in 203 A. D., in honor of Septimus Se
verus arc! liia two sons. The Church
of San Hadriana was shown, as stand
ing on the foundation of the old Sen
ate House. A view of the Sqnate House
In 1G50 shows the ruin as being fifteen
feet above Its present level. The north
east corner and other parts of the Tab
ulailum weie pointed out, showing the
heaps of rubbish and soil before exca
vation. A mile and a half distant rises
the dome of St. Peter's on tho Capto
line Hill. The Temple of Antoninus
and Faustina, which the emperor built
in honor of his wife Faustina was also
One interesting view was the exten
sion of tho old Via Sacra along which
the Roman priests led the sacrificial
processions up the Captollne Hill. The
staircase Is shown that led down to the
Mamertine prison. Cicero stood on this
staircase when the conspirators were
put to death, and turning to the multi
tude, he said: "Vixerunt," They have
Among other structures shown were
the Temple of Castor and Pollux, Che
three arches of the Temple of Justice
of Constantlne, the front of the Temple
of Saturn, in the basement of which
the national treasury was located from
which Caesar stole gold coins and put
baek bronze ones instead, the Rostra
and the Mlllarlum the golden mile
from which all roads were measured
and which was covered with stucco and
glided, the Temple of Romulus, son of
Baxicntus, the rival of Constantino and
the emperor's palaces.
Professor Barber gave views of most
of these buildings, taken at different
joints and showing different parts and
relative situations in connection with
The following program will he pre
sented Friday evening, at 8:15, In Del
Instrumental solo, Miss D'Arnold.
Talk, Mr. Moore.
Story, MIeb Cordor.
Reading, Miss Denny.
Vocal solo, MIbb McCune.
Story, Mr. Towne.
Paper, Mr. Brown.
Story, Mr. Theobald.
Quartet, Elliott, Anderson, Hutton
The following are the ofTjcers of the
society: President, Mr. Vasoy; secre
tary, MIes Murly; critic, Mr. Hewitt.
Another lot of grasses for naming
came to the department of botany a
few days ago. If. this keeps up Dr.
Bessey threatens to ask the regents for
a special man to study the grasses of
Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize those
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Papor
While Doing So.
Anyono Bonctlwj a nlcotch and description may
oulckly nscortnlii our Opinion frco vrhotlior an
invention Is itrobnbly patentable Communion-
onlldontlal. HANDBOOK on t'ntcnu
.nifrnn. fililmt naoncv for BCCurtnK patent a.
J'ntonia tnkou tnroujrb Munn & Co. receive
ijxcial notice, without cbnrno, la tho
A tmndsomoly Illustrated weefcly. J-nrcest clr
culatlon of any nclontltlo journal. Terms, 13 a
year j four montUs, L Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.38,B'oadwa New Yorft
Drench Offlco. C25 F BL, Washington . G.
J5J5 Q Street. Phone 566.
100 rooms best low-priced house in city.
RATES $ i Per Day and Up
In tho department of hotany there Is
one of the oldest hooks on hotany. It
I ears date of 15C1, and is therefore 340
years old. It Is full of quaint old pic
tures of the plants which It describes.
Many of the figures and descriptions
are good enough for the species to he
I.eming's. ice cream and candy; 11th
and L Sts.
Stevens and N'evllle, 1330 O St., Man
ufacturers of ' igars. Billiards.
Call at Good Health Cafe and ask
ahout our special rates by tho month.
Fine I Ine of Watches always on hand.
Expert Watchmaker. No trouble to
128 O Street
anything you Invent or Improvo; nlso ret
CAVEAT.TRADE-MAnK, COPYnMGHTor nESiGN
PROTECTION. Sand model, sketch, or photo,
for frco examination and advice.
BOOK ON PATENTS FSffi
Patent Lawyers. WASH INGTON, D.C.
s h o:e
J. Ko I b ac h
1326 O St
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBER SHOP Eldorn, Palaco, R. &
C, Shannon, Marshall & Richards
BATHS Chris Place
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Olrard.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op, Brown, University Book Storo.
CIGARS Powell, Lindscy, Claroy.
CLOTHING Unland, Mageo & Dccmer,
B. L. Paino, Armstrong, Toggery.
COAL Gregory, Dierks, Whitobreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Leming, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy KItchon.
DAIRY Franklin, Lomlng.
DRUGGIST Stolnor, Woompner, Roc
tor, Brown, Riggs, Wright
DRY GOODS Mlllor & Paino.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln BroB.
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guonzol, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall Bros.
HOTELS LIndell, Walton.
NIGHT SCHOOL- Modern Commer
cial. NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Lino.
PAINT & GLASS Western Glass &
Paint Co., Kostka.
POOL & BI LI ARDS Powell, Stevena
PRINTING, Griffin Greer, New Cen
tury, ivy Press, Roview Press.
RESTAURANTS WcBterfleld, Unlquo,
Don Cameron, Good Health, Eagle.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
Bon, Anderson, Cincinnati Shoo,
Cincinnati Shoo Store.
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
MANDOLIN & GUITAR INSTRUC
TION Mrs. Roy M. Rhone, 1332 J.
SUITORIUM Weber, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland, BumBtead, Lud-vlg.
The following program will be rend
ered at the College Settlement house on
the evening of Thursday, November,
Violin solo, Mr. Bench.
Story, Miss Hannah.
Vocal solo, Mr. Pfeifer.
Reading, Miss Sargent.
Reading, MIbb Melick.
Instrumental solo, Miss Beach.
GEO. A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ollico and Shop, 222 S, 12th. Telephone B 1397
Estimates furnidhed upon application.
Job work promptly attended to.
Just a Suggestion.
There is nothing that one can glvo
as a Christmas present that Is more
appreciated than an artistic, life-like
Money spent in this way goes farther
than in any other line. TlJnk of this
suggestion. See what we are producing
anjd make -fm appointment for your
TOWNSEND'S ELITE STUDIO.
226 So. 11th St.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
1337 O STREET
Sep our full lino of Fancy Boxcb, including
F00TDALLS AND DRESS SUIT CASES
Bit tor Sweets, Buttermilks, Venetians
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, beat cues and balls,
newly papered, everything up-to-date,
including customers. "
Chrli' Bath Parlors, 11th and.P Sts. I B p POWELL, 146 N Htu St P&Ofl! L 664
The Nam "BOSTON!
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