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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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XHE DAILY INEBRASKAN
Owned nnd piibllHliod by tho Unlverulty of Nebraska through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Oniccfl, BnBomont thfi Administration Building. ,,,.,,
1'ostomco Btatlon A, Campun, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888.
NlKht Auto 3H5, Ed. 103B. Dub, Mgr. 420(1
Sam R. Buck, Editor
A. H. Dlimmoro, Managing Editor Ralph S. Doml, City Editor
F. C. McConnell Asnoclalo Editor Stuurt Gould,. Sporting Editor
Homer Q. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Wallace 11. Troup Kenneth M. Snyder
II. H. Huddonberg .1. Lovejny Linn
L. A. llechter Fred I-. Unbcock
Hirrry Burtla Robert II. Flnley
Frank PerklnH, Staff Photographer
Marian Swozey Ollvo 13. Mann
Ruth Munger Allco Chambers
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C. L. Updegraff
C. F. Androwa
Vincent C. Hascall, Business Manager
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CongresH March 3, 1879.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911.
FROM PROF. CALDWELL.
Tho NobrnBknn Is In receipt of a lot
tor from Professor II. W. Caldwell to
tho studontB of tho University, which
It glvos us great pleaBuro to print In
thoso columns, which will ho given up
to It today and tomorrow.
DroBdon, Germany, Oct. 1, '11.
To tho Dally Nohraskan:
Dear University: May I, through
your columiiB, say a word to remind
you that I am BtUl among tho living,
oven though It ho truo that tho Uni
versity of NohraBka 1b undor way and
I am having no direct part In Its llfo?
Instead of less, till the laboring man
dooB not havo to live and Btipport his
family on 30 or 40 shillings, or in
many cases on Icsb, per week. I saw
from 50,000 to 100,000 men in mass
mootings, strikers from the transpor
tation Bystoms of London, and camo
to honor most of thorn for their com
mon soiiBO, self-restraint, and yot firm
determination to havo their rights
tho rights as many of them put It of
Six weeks have now passed since I
reached the continent and began my
attempt to analyze Its life and prob
loms. Bolglum and Germany have
boon visited, and I will glvo you a few
of my first Impressions, leaving final
IN-TO my classy short vamp,
high toe, button shoes, get wise
to my Dollar off Kicks.
1415 O St.
Am I missed at all, or havo I so soon
passed out of remembrance as well
as out of your dally llvos?
Doob anyono over say, "I wish Pro
feasor Caldwoll woro hero"? I flatter
mysolf that I am still thought of occa
sionally, bo Bond a word of greeting to
all such, and to tho 1,000 now namos
and faces that know mo not as yot,
but I hopo some of. them may In tho
I think of you ovory day, and won
dor who has mado tho team, how many
Btudonts are onrollcd, how many are
taking Amorlcan History, In fact how
you all aro In ovory way? A night or
two ago I wakened at 2 o'clock In tho
morning to find mysolf In tho midst
of a locturo to my class on Amorlcan
History.' You soo, thoroforo, that I
am with you day and night, with you
sleeping and waking, with you In spirit
all .tho tlmo.
Since leaving you I havo spont six
weoks In England, In tho midst of
stirring scenos In parliament and out.
In parliament tho question at Isbuo
was tho veto power of tho Houbo of
Lords In connection with money bills.
In fact It was tho ontorlng wedgo for
tho transformation of tho House of
Lords. Jt will becomo within a com
parably fow years an oloctlvo "body,
or It will loso practically all Its powor.
Tho people of England havo great
powor now In tho Commons, but tho
Lords may still thwart their will, such
powor In a hereditary body Is
doomed In England which Is In og
sonco democratic, but with very con
servative characteristics. But there
is no stopping tho movement of tho
masses toward tho veto power. , Tho
other question of greatest moment
had to do with tho labor problem, a
problem also that will grow greater
conclusions for more mature study.
On tho whole, ono fegls that ho Is In
tho midst of a great people. Tho Ger
mans nro without doubt ono of the
foremoBt peoples of tho world. They
aro forcoful, energetic, aggressive,
solflcultured and confident; they are
alBo resourceful, and abovo all scien
tific their science based on universal
education. And when ono sayB uni
versal hero he means it.
Tho Hydo Printory, 1331 P St.,
to-dato printing of all kinds.
VESPERS BEGIN SOON.
Next month the vesper services will
begin. This year, as last, tho serv
ices will be held In Memorial hall on
Friday evenings at 5 o'clock. The
chorus .will bo accompanied by a
stringed orchestra and the organ.
Theso sorvlcos, whech wore started
last yoais proved to bo a great sue
coss. Later In the year selections
from "Tho Messiah" will bo taken up,
and after that, the study of tho opera
at $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00
Electric Shoe Repairing While
in town are sold
by us. Every suit
in the store is
spank new. Come
in and look 'em
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 O St.
Trie Greatly increas
ed patronage of out
Tea Room fyas made
it necessary to add a
number of tables.
Tzy it and you will
Ligfy Breakfast sei ved fzom 8 to g:3o
m v m t a .. J M
Do Your Laundry
Home cooking. Two blocks
ast of campus, 522 N. 14th St.
dive us a trial. $3.50 per week.
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