The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1906, Image 4
,&itocni & a; U t fi c l rxa 0. ft; an t Kj a - 1i - ,&A - , ,',! 1 if -i . : 199 f; 00 ON ! Sho Troubles Go Off. Rogers & Perkins 1129 O Streat INTERNATIONAL OICTIONAJEjOr I Sitndard for thi Schools. ATX BTATB 80H00L SUPERIN- TRVtmNTH TNDOnSR IT. The SOHQOLBOOKS of tho country, are hiited imon tt. ALL BTATB PDIt- 011 ABES for schools havo been made ) 'i n fnwnr. flOILCGE PREBI-1 nVKTfl. NORMAL SCHOOL PEIN- 0IPAL3.0ITY and COUNTY SCHOOL fUTPimiNTKNrmNTS lndorao and! rtnmninnil .it. Editor In Chief. Wm. T.I Harris, U.S. CommlsBlonor of a'n. tTl TO BATE and KET.TABLE. S380 l'nrrtJB. HOOO lllustrat Ions. I A wonderfully compact storehouabj ox ocouxato roiormauon. UUli:U .UOIXUJUIK DlCTlOKAltT. Tho larvV ot o;r btWjrniiti. Ileipi fir nnd Thin Pper edltlonfc " Unurpu4 for ctojanco nnd conrenlcnc. 1110 page .? nniivm ' 'irfc Write for "Dictionary Habit "-Free. , ,. O.'&CMKHniAMCO., Bprlnglleld, Mas3.. U. 8. A. ', GUT'TJUEEST. ' "WALKOVERS I- .' ! , ' HI . . . T3 " i SOnM,i(nia .K. I The Evans 1 j Do Your Washing x 00000000000000000000000000 g UNIVERSITY JEWELER & 0PTICIAN id n Ijk C. A. TUCKER, Jeweler, 8 ;3 DR. S. S. SHEAN, Optician 8 J 1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT g ) YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 8 uxxxxxxxxxxoooooooooooooo ftaaaaaQEXalilaaat 7 llwfl . m&JRSkJhtffim . NEW STYLE .1 "BARKER COLLAR" WARRANTED LINEN I ASK YOUF DEPvLER I .WILLIAM BARKER CO. I V MAKERS OF COLLABS & CUFFS J VE8UYIU8 .AND .POMPEII.. Professor Barber Gives Interesting Taliat Convocation. Prof. Q. fa. Barbbrgavq an Interest ing and Instruptivd illustrated lecture on "Mount Vpsuvlus andPompell" at Convocation yesterday morning. Mount Vesuvius, ho, said, Is tho mosjt colobrated volcano In the world and attracts many people to Naples. Thoro aro now 800,000 peoplo living within range of its many dangers of lava, sand, dust and falling stones. The worso eruption since the terrible onp of 70 A. D. was Jn 1631, and at this tlmo one hundred and fifty speeches, esaaps and poems woro wrltton, which Is anothor reason-for making Vesuvius famous. A mistaken idea Is held concerning the smoke, flames and ashes of the vol cano; the smoko being tho steam, gas or vapor from the interior, the flames merely the reflection of tho heat be low and tho ashes aro only fine dust and sand. Pompeii was dostroyed not by lava, but by sand and ashes, and Herculnuoum was buried by a mud .stream, later making solid stone-over this jinclent city. ' Below the crater at the base of the cone is an observatory, and horo Professor Mattencci has made somo wonderful observations. Vesu vius Is nover absolutely quiet, but often exceedingly violent, averaging so about every twenty-two yoars. Tho- cablo railroad running up the steepeBt in cline to the top, is now very little usouV In Violent eruptions columns of steam , Mu w.uuouuo ui , uuS mountain, ana mist wns carried as lar as Constantinople and Paris. Tho views wblch Professor Barber had were exceedingly clear and good, showing remains of Pompeii andHer culaneum. Those included bronze utensils, vases, pitchers, oil jars, door knockers. nnd handles, chandeliers erected on posts, lamps and paintings. In onoof tho old bakeries or mills were . found some round loaves of bread which Were baked over 1800 years ago and aro now preserved in the National Museum atlNoples. To Wear Uniforms. For the first time this year the bat talion of cadets will appear in unl- foims tonight. There will undoubtedly bo many "swelling chests" when tho bugle blows, and nil glrla with Fresh men "crushes" are requested to come out and see how cute HE looks. Tho Y. W. C. A. gives an especially valuablo program today. MIbb Barge tho field secretary of tho Young Peo ple's work for tho Methodist church, will speak. A vocal solo by Miss Laura Rhoades and a violin solo by Mr. Beach are tho other features of tha program. ... ...in .n i., i. - i I we 'Will sen una weeu at iui ui ChrlBty & Clarence Underwood post ers in colored mats at 50c each. Reg ular $1 goods. We will -also soil a lot of burned wood plpp-racks in In dian and other designs from 75c to $2 each. The LlncolnTBook Store. There's one place In a thousand Where ypu can find the real Rookwood pottery. Come into Harris' and seo it. 1137 O st He's reliable. - Albert Aron, '07, has been supplying In the German department in the place of Miss Hepner, who is still con fined to .her home by sickness. i Lost On campus, a Parker fountain pen. Two. gold bands. Reward for return to Nebraskan office. It is reported that twenty-Blx peo pie aro going f rom Lincoln to see tho game with Minnesota. 1 Ye olden candlesticks and. ye new ones, too, at Harris', the jeweler, 1137 O st. He's reliable. Tho Gorman Club meets tonight with ' Miss Hansen, 416 Nqrtl Six teenth street . . iMj.-.iiv- " Yi. tf ,4H' Dn Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk. You will be satisfied wlth-Camoroh's Lunch Counter. Call up tho Star Delivery Co., Bag gage Both Phones. Why not take your baths at Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.? McVoy Printing company does tho best University work at 125 No, 12th, Tho CO-OP sells moro pennants than all the other Lincoln stores combinod. Thero's a reason. Tho Ivy PresB is now located at 212 South Twelfth street. University work especially solicited." Tho pennants at tho Co-op have tho stylo and flniBh which give them a tailor-made appearance. Green's barber shops excel all others in the west Entirely modern and the best work assured. The Co-op had moro than $600 worth of pennants at the beginning of school. They are going fact. Bettor get one. The Lincoln Sanitarium AIL kinds of baths and fine plunge. M4th andM. Hair Dressers. Best soft water shampoo in tho city, 124 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner. DR. M. H. ALEXANDtK, Dentist. Auto Phone 2616, 1213 O St, Lincoln, Nob. FRATS- When in need of COAL call R. E. ER1A7IN, 99 RETAILERS -Chapln. groota,,. Sjo, ,12th. Cameron's Luhdh Counter" 123 8. 12. L. J. HERZQG I 1 Tha University Man's Tailor I THFF1KEST-W0RK POKE AND -PRICES RIGHT. I I 1230 OSTREET- $2BBanaaBBiHBmBBawBBBaaaaaHl TOBACCO, CIGARS, AND. NEWS RDF Aft PIF -n VlV, m u tfT AMIl fAKFC rtiiLr inilLl7 .j i Greg ory, the Cpal Marl u . , r ''". V ? ..w " " V .-' . V -A Avf. irfl Mi Rates !f'-3 'Every day to October 3ist, 1906, inclusive, tho Union Pacific will sell one-way tickets as fol lows: $20.00 Co Ogdoh and Salt Lako $20.00 to-Helena and Butte, Mon tana. $22.50 to Spokane and Wehnt- choo, Washington. $22.50 to Huntington and Nam" pa, Idaho. ' J" $25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle. , . $25.00 to Vancouver and Vic toria. " ' v $25.00 to Ashlanddnd Astoria, Oregon, via Portland., $25.00 to SanFrancisco, v Lpa. Angeles and San Diego. S '" Correjpondlngly low ratos tx many other California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Utah and Idaho points. Through tourist cars run ovory day via Union Pacific to tho Pacific coast For full Infor mation call on or address E. B. 8L0880N, General Agent OOOOt UNDERWOOD VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS 136 Mirth Eleventh Ball 34B. - Autt388l HL)YLERS Chocolates arid Bon Bona. The Drue Cuttir. Just Try Us One! State Printitfg Cpmpantj l Stationery Department. All kinds of School Supplies. J2J2 N Street, Lincolneb and see the WHITEBREASf CO. We will treat you right. Phones: Bell 34; Auto 1610. Of f ice. 11 06 O. Si A. E.JBJBRICIINS AMD JOIIBERB OF k We would be glad to show you our line of 22 Hallowe'en Novelties. v l COME IN See our Windows. ft f jp (.. atgrJ.'j.-.