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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1912)
T II K DAILY N 10 BRAS K A N
- . rr i f 1 c r Hixlci'ii ji'iiiH out of Die few I have
flat I u Nihraa kuui ,,, lltl, M.II1K llIirlI1K tliat
l-iopfitv (it j whole Iim'miiiic lime upon tlieir im
TIIK I M I KSITN OP' NHIIU ASK A,
KKMH.KM ' McCONNKI-L,
Editni In Chief
MaiianiMi! KdHoi Men ill V Heed
AHHoeliile Kilitoi Kenneth M Hinder
ABBOcillte ImIIIoI Clovd ' SleMllt
IJUHillCHh Mllllilel C (' IlllclWllliltl
Ckctiliiimn Miiiiii;ei ' S How en
plied piomlHc to leiuti, educate and
enliKli'en me to Hie limit of enlighten
ini'iit, it I would meiel attend uith
M-asonalde ienulaiit hae Not taught
me and ne ei intended to' It in mont
dine ouiauiim "
It appeals liiim his ailK'le that uhat
the Hle UH Utldei the title ol all eilll
cation is Honiethiim like a (iest foi
C 1, ol hum .1 I- 'ut i ikIK, II (!
Hcwlt:. I'' (ioodman, Winifred Hee-
Kar, C N Hi own, 1'' N Wcllfl, A It. our stalionei or a tanc necktie
O'lianlon. L W Home, K A Turnuro. ' mi.tter, If uhat he hih Ih
J. It Wood, I K Front. Leon Samuel
8on, Chandler Trimble. tiuc the tliliu; in a "ChrintmiiH tie and
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 PER YEAR ja duplicate at that It ih a debt, he
Payable In Advance ,.(iji ()(ir fath,,rH ow,,d , M.
8lngle Copies, 5 Cents Each.
I mint," and not belnn able to square it
TELEPHONES ,, ,. . .
Offlce-IH888 Night IMiono B-4204 P "' Pll riltlB IhlH '"
Editor H 1K1M Milliard 1UK1H ()f (.()rH nice to get HomethiiiK you
Entered at the poHtolllce at Lincoln, an m)t c.MtiH,.,l to Hut he goon on to
NebrnRka. an Hecond cliiHH mall matter, ,.,..-, , ,
tindor the Act of TongreHH of March 3. lil 'I"" '' l of HO ,mKh val,M'
1879 'after all, becaiine this debt that they
owe to their anceHtors they pay to us
DR. H. J. LEHNHOFF
U OF N 97
506 LITTLE BUILDING. 11TH AND O
KHIDAY. NOVEMBER K, 1 1 li
m "the coin of the past
"WHAT THE SCHOOLS DO NOT , ts out of date, moth eaten.
TEACH." 'wood cut. confederate money, which ih
By "Chan." ,onl useful to uh in that we can put it
I diopped into the libiar estei.la in m- nuiHeuniH In other words, the
with the forloin hope that I might get 'Mean are all out of date and ought to
the book I hae been waiting lor all be i hewed up like old bills and made
work Aftei disioveiing that the sell into aier niache knicknacks It is all
iBh hog who took it last Satuida still '''' discouraging If I hail known
haB it out in spite of the fact that Ihlh last week I w ould ha e gone dm k
tblity ol us waul to lead it. I ambled bunting instead t ciainming lot that
over to the icadinu table to pick up a Oui.
little learning ol one kind oi another
The .m hool. he thinks, have gien us
There Is alwavs a bit ol il ling aiound H' mateiials and tools to make a
looae and nut laimed pietty fair job of life, but the trouble
I linked up the Imiiiiiii I was feel ' Unit no on. knows how to use them
ing reckless that is the only way I and the schools do not teach that
ran explain n I opened it mngeily. PH " " ''"'' J"1"' " ! "
with a sen-.- ot anticipation, a. oulls 'n"' 'ake a thiid of oui lues to
would open an ostef. loi n ineie is ' '' " 'knowledge,- but as t'oi "abil
ever;, .banc ol finding an intellectual' " '" rr ,,,:,, y"Hr It ih
pearl in on. maga.ine literature, surely .)' a little joke they play We are
tht Koriini it nnl on account of its 1('11 l( oursehes with our education
name, ought to be a laiih safe bet I "' 1K i"1 nibber bone to chew
wuu not disappointed The tirst thing"1 " '"an is right in his judgment,
that met m eye was a title that was. wo,ll(1 suggeHt that we hae more
indeed, a gem, "What the Schoola Do dancen and attend the theaters more
Not Teach, b Edward M Weyer 'olten until the ieise the sh(ein. loi
"Never heaid of him." 1 said to inselt.',vi(l'll,, nothing else is woith the
"but the title gets m ote" I have "l,u'
always had a sneaking liking for the
things the schools did not teach, but STAFF BEGINS WORK
for some reason or other no one (Continued rrom Page 1 )
eeined to agree with me. and every- ' huHkt.v staff haH l)(en orKttnlzt.(, an(1
one wub getting educated, so I fell ln'Kt.t t() work "under a full head of
with the lot, thinking there nuiHt bo uteain" so early in the year With the
something In It "Here am I." I re- , uuumially large force of uHnibtantH at
.,..,, .... . i i work lnontliH ahead of Behedule, the
fleeted, who hae attended achool i
I 15H3 CornhuHker will undoubtedly be
since my eurlioBt remembered days; ' , .. ., . . . ,
' one of the II neat and most complete
who have lived school, played school , J, ,Nt.r i8Mlt.d under the Scarlet and
thought, sung and wrote school for all .('ream Fuzz.
Man new and attractive suits for oiir selection, made from
Jill wool materials in tin following cloths Serges. Diagonals,
Fancy Rough Materials, etc Triced at
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00 & $35.00
CordnroN and Serges, man models that are ciitirclv new
having been shipped lis this week. Triced at -
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
Ahoiit ")() new all wool Dress Skirts, in a ariet (J?0 yC
of cloths and models Specially pri I at .
Hundreds of stes to choose Ironi Tuing made eas tor
on here The unusual w k le range ol allr.K tive models for our
selection Chinchilla. Rough Mtl'ect Cloths Wlnpconls, Tl.ud
T.iicU Chinchillas . also Touch' Clot lis. made :'. 1 and full lengths,
shawl and close fitted collars
Priced at $10-$12.50-$15 to $35
Tonight, Sat. & Sat. Matinee
THE WHITE SLAVE
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50 &. 25c
Mon. Tucb. Wed. & Wed Matinee.
"THE COBURN PLAYERS"
Monday "Merchant of Venice."
Wed. Matinee "Twelfth Night."
Wed. Eve. "Electra."
B V TT ON AND LAC K
Viscolized heavy double sole $3.50
Tan Shoes, this week - 2.95
BUDD, $2.50 Hatter
1415 O Street
HERBERT ASHLEY & AL LEE
JESSE L. LASKY
THE BOUNDING PATTERSONS
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Henry Hargrave & Co.
3 Shows Daily 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
Read the "Rag
i ml w r .m MmiKf '
1329 OStr., South Side.
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