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OMAHA BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. 1022.
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Omeke lira far July.lHI. wee 71.111, a aais ef IMet
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t e alkar daily or gvnaer Omaha aooapepfr.
pretid'tnt, tht ether msy ba pt around, after
tha fs.hion of tht cuntm-jr. And, at in tht fur
remy, tht common ptoplt will be better acquainted
with Washington,, on tht It bill than with Ovaland
or Atiily Jackson or some otbtr on a bill of high dt
nomination. learning American history by picturti
en itampt or on paper money it a alow promt.
ADJUSTED COMPENSATION FOR SOLDIERS
Opening tht debatt In tht aenatt on tht flvt-fold
(ompentation measure for ex-tervice mtn, Chairman
McCumber of tht financa committet minutely
analyzed Itg proviiiont and polnttd out Ita probablt
effect on present and futur Treasury operation,
At to tht coat of tha legislation, Mr. McCum
ber estimated thlt at a total of H,H5,000,0UU,
aprrait out ovrr forty yean. Kor tha next ralen
(1r year ha plavad tht coat at 177,440,111, In
ircaaail to I9S.177.7H for 1924. and decreaaed
to I7I.109.MJ in 92t. The coat would run into
aovtral hundred millions In 102 whn th vet
erans would call on tha government for loans on
the adjuatnd service certificates, but, ha said,
that by 1(30 the cost annually would drop to
:i.OOO,000, with only a very few millions there
after until 1941, when tha certificates would
If these figures are accurate, and they are the
remit of deep and extensive ttudy on part of the
finance committet, the burden It not to onerous
but it may be borne by the nation without seriously
hampering; ita progress. Moreover, consideration
mut be given to another phase of the question, to
which Senator McCumber refera thus:
Twentf millions given In charity to Russia,
125,000,000 to salve Colombian sentiment, 120,
000,000 for ship subsidy, and not a ripple oT
comment -wo talk of 1126,000,000 for good
roads, or two or three hundred millions to assist
railroad, all In a single year, as If they
amounted to nothing. Why on esrth, then,
should we approach thlt toldlers' compensation
bill ss thounh It were an obligation requiring a
special tax levy or ns on endangering the re
funding of short time obligations?
Republicans of Nebraska haw pronounced in
favor of the Immediate passage by .the senate of the
five-fold compensation measure passed by a repub
lican house. The probabilities are that the senate
will very shortly pass the measure, although it ia
possible that extended debate will ensue. The op
ponents of the administration, who have persistently
taunted the republicans because of the delay in
enacting thia bill into law may be depended upon to
hamper ita passage so far as long speeches and ir
relevant debate will permit. .Whether they openly
oppose it, or merely seek to kill it by indirection,
the republicans are pledged to ita passage, and it,
like the administration tariff measure, will be sent
to the president in good season.
TIM " HEALEY'S MISTAKE.
A resolute and devoted leader of his men, "Tim"
Healey, president of the International Union of
Stationary. Firemen, made a serious mistake when
he attacked the president -of the United States be
fore a labor convention in New York. Conceding
Mr. Healey'i disappointment and perhaps chagrin
at failure to bring the railroad companies to ac
cepting terms proposed by the labor unions, he has
not helped his case in the least by a show of bad
temper. When he accuses the president of acting
in bad faith, and failing to keep a promise made
the unions, he raises a question that will very likely
react on him.
Americans have faith in their chief executive,
and can not readily conceive of his making a prom-
' ise and disregarding it within a few hours. Such
a course is entirely at variance with the character
of Mr. Harding as it has been developed in high of
fice, and the public will not believe him guilty of du
plicity in any degree in connection with the strike.
Senator Tepper last week publicly rebuked L. F.
Loree, president of the Delaware & Lackawanna
, railroad, because of his unwarranted assumption
that the president was unduly favorable to the
unions. A similar rebuke should be administered
to Mr. Healey, not that the president particularly
needs the defense, but to convince the world that
the American people do trust him.
Loose, angry talk of men whose grievance is that
tht president does not espouse their cause exclu
sively, is not the sentiment of the public. The strike
might have been settled long ago, perhaps would not
have come, if all who had spoken had been a little
more cireumspect in their public utterances.
FOSTER AND FREE SPEECH.
Ftdtral agents who trt so relentleaaly pursuing
William Z, Foster art in some measure atiiiting
him; thty are giving him notoriety en which h
thrives, and are convincing hia excitable followers
that scma reason exists for his attacks en tht gov.
ernmenL Fotter It an xtremUt, and as such has
betn repudiated by tht great American labor move
mtnt He tpoke In Omaha Jut after hia txpuUion
from Colorado, Ind, to far at turface Indicationi
go, he did no harm, btcauit only a few paid any
atttntion to him, and most of these were drawn
from curiosity to ace the man.
Danger lies In repression. The radical move
ment out In the open Is not tiktly to do much hurt
In America. America tolerattt all aorta of Ideas and
propaganda, religious, political, aocial and economic;
nowhere in the world, unless H be in Trafalgar
square, doea the crank, the visionary, the undenia
ble "nut," get a fuller opportunity to thoot off hit
Ideas than In the United States. When this oppor
tunity it denied, danger it prestnL
Emlistrlts from Russia should not frighttn ut.
If we wtre going to take up with Leninism, It would
have happened long ago, for we have been earnestly
persuaded thereto by certain cltizena of our own
country. If Rose Pastor Stoket, Foster and tha
othen want to hold a convention, let them have it
openly, and they will lost their appeal. They thrive,
however, on purtuit by federal agents. 1
MILLION A DAY FOR ICE.
Another of our little houtthold expensti hat
been rounded up and tabulated, and it ia now atcer
tained that the Ice bill for the people of the United
states is almost exactly 1300,000,000 a year, or
$1,000,000 a day. This includes natural ice or Ice
cut from riven and lakes or pondt to the tune of
137,500,000; output of artificial ice factoriet, $137,.
000,000, and output of other factoriet whtrt let it
a aids fine, of $12,500,000, or a totable of $187
000,000 of marketable Ice at factory cost in 1919.
Figuring that this cost will double to tha consumer,
the showing is $375,000,000 for the entire output.
Allowing for the watte, other use, etc., the million-
a-day point is attained. At New Orleans, during tht
closing year of the Civil War, the first artificial ice
factory was established; in 1S80, twenty-aeven were
in operation in the United States, and in 1919 this
number had grown to 2,867. Capital invested had
mounted from $1,000,000 in 1880 to $270,000,000
in 1919. It is also discovered that ice has almost
disappeared from the export list of the United
States, although other nations are following the ex
ample of Americans in their use of the article. Ex
portation of ice-making machinery, however, 'is
on the increase. And it may not be out of place to
-state that from Omaha goes forth to the uttermost
corners of the earth ice-mnking and refrigerating
machinery of established efficiency.
WHEN YOU SEE IT ON THE STAMP.
Pcstmaater General Work recently akd tuggts
tions for new designs for postage stamps, or, rather,
ntw decoration, Ht excluded the 1-ctnt, with itt
bust of Franklin, and tht S cent, with tht head of
Wuhington, but left tht ret of the rather wide
Ttrgt open. A result hat been a veritable deluge
of deignt an4 propoialt for detign. American
l.eroet, tcentry, famout placet, tnduttriet and the
like are included In th Int. Raoaevelt hi the
hro., but after him com Grant, Lincoln, rnh
Iff and a hol of ethtra. Mount Sta, Niagara
Fail and ether lmpoing natural pctacl are pr
lntJ, while the airplane and the flivver get a place
ia the mp!Ui.
Nothing in thi it Ukn to InJicaw a gnrl
d.Matiafactt"") with tht stamp we tuvt knoi f..f
iw lung, but s mp!y a I bring m f the
Uift up t-4tt la tht anatter tf drtin, Tht
m(r ey win t ifi, ttwi;. t
MAIN TRAVELED ROADS.
Some intereiting figures on automobile traffic
have been obtained by the state department of pub
lic works. They have bearing on the problem of
what sort of roads shall be improved, and who
should do the work.
It was found by actual investigation that 77 per
cent of all highway travel in Nebraska ia carried on
H per cent of the total mileage. If by grading and
improving 8 per cent of the Nebraska roads more
than three-quarters of the traffic can be benefited,
the economy of such concentration is easily apparent.
On such a basis as this was the good, road program
of the state laid out. Fifty per cent of the travel
was found to be by city folks between towns. Ninety
per cent of them used intercounty roads. The farm
ers constitute 44 per cent of highway users, and the
requirements of their business make good roads
more necessary to them than to any other class.
Sixty per cent of the farm travel ia on the inter
county road system.
Tourists make up 6 per cent of the state traffic,
all using the intercounty roads.
These findings emphasizes the necessity for a
state-wide plan of road building, instead of leaving
the matter entirely tq each county. Against the evi
dence of these figures it is hard to make mere opin
ion or prejudice weigh very heavily.
The drift of American farmers to Canada is not
so heavy as once, but the green fields of South
America lately have lured an increasing number of
Americans. Among the coloniea now being pro
moted are several in Paraguay, Peru and Chile. It
is difficult to explain why farmers in California,
Oregon and other fertile western states should give
up their battle with the elements and the markets
to enter a wilderness in a foreign land.
Tossibly the pioneering instinct which carried
the farmers from frontier to frontier is at work.
Certainly their emigration can not be called a
Reports reaching Washington tell of the unhappy
plight of a number of Americans who have been en
veigled by unreliable promoters into investing in
South American lands. Upon reaching tha new
frontier, usually with little funds remaining, they
find their purchasea in regions remote from market
and without meant ef transporting crops.
There are milliona of acres of good land in South
America, but they can not bt found without careful
investigation. The advice that any American plan
ning tuch a move contult with th United State
Department of Commerce before closing the dal
tr on goaa. Vol. if ta will, vry
on or u ran rultit team.
Th very girl and women who
ny Maud Adma har popularity
an.! lamoni lhatr own lawk ef th
qua In im hlih maka har ao pupil
lar. H'UlJ datolop Ihoa qualltl In
ihoniMlvra, ana thtie imnionaaly In
rraa ihir por and ri bnM if
On toting Jew,
froaa ika Muir iw.k) fHM.
On year S0 ttolomnn ptblnsbl
ram in ihla country from Poland
a Jw vpaaklng no CnglUh, Whll
orklnt- hard fur a living In a Ka
TOIK fa-tpiy, JJablliakl told
Ut wk that ha had won th
timnia medal ofTared by tha N
lionai k.x-la 1 y or Colonial luih
Ttie MmIm4 of Jeremy Olllrr,
Tim ika I knaiua IWiaare Maauae.
It lark a year to mk a two-and-a-quarte
eanianarr of "tha pub.
iii-auon of jartmy Colllar't 'Rhrot
lew of tht rreftneneaa and Immor.
Iity of th KnglUh Rtag.M but th
date fall eoa nnuta t parmlt
aoin aanaefa of modarn lifa ia
rail hi lnsl-bndad and ucraMful
auvmiur in wnat Macaulay baa d.
rltd a th "cu ef food taat.
Uno4 arnaa, and anod moral" t'ur.
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mm - . . . .. I ' -' " a,i,fiBi'n i'r in. pan pa
arriAa. ii- a!. A I? ""'.''"d manu- wentruri with hia work.
nrlntahl. ,iT: "17 V! . " . . non-Jewlah
f.., H,.;:. r::u .z.w ' round. knowing m
imn,i. . ..... . . : . T l',IM r onipoaiilon In ftuMla
ih: T,r v-v:, v?: f ". working Mr a uv
mtldlou. Influ.n. of nVrnlrl.Vu. Z u" .LV.toJJJ.
taarlln. a i . . I " .
1 raw it wim. s 1 n in ninar mtmM 1 ..li.li j a . 1
thai ih. ...hl. "Cll - '""., ,n ma aruria numaa
IU. .'1.;.-': .L.VV.' '". r ta Knslla
h. 1 " "" rrople " found tlm it ra
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tin Ihnn.h) ....... in.. ' w..,ia in i.r.i.ry
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I..'.."?-' "mm ma nnnri h... , a . ... . m-4 r.ll.l,,,,
irw- 10 praa hi onlnlon.. II.
rnnaiiiuirn n ma r. ao In an.ak .
Hwlly of On for th Hupprewlnn
of Vic, and. although th organi
sation did not aonaal In Inral
and maalatrataa. it look lie raa in
na court or cuhllo nntnlnai anil
l.lurlc f Weal.
Prnm lha rhllaJ.Ihl Pablla Uiliae
To the Editor of th Publlo Lad
gr Hir: will you permit a few
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-.... ,i . aurrcaaiuiiy mat a Vr- Word Of romm.nt nnm Mr r..
r.voTrd 1JT.lV! . .nd ...cullarly
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i.r.nectiv. j m.; h. r.r1?"?' ui"" "pacing of m
lndo.d. that u,h 'han. w. in. ' 'oncl...lon Ih.
nam, mat tna it.ndulum. havlne . ' -'""" inuomn
hlrvrd full twlntln on. direction" KT.n W," ''lopm.nt-thOM ar
wouia nv pa.n bound to swing In
th other. Nevrthl.a .i.r.mv
rolller, with hi ' Bhorl Vlw." ihrni.
rnafi in. twine of tha nmnulum
Kollowlng what rm an Ineatapable
waaane or renorhlp, h handl
cppd hi caaa by a eond manv
jn ....... .
nnu i."iuiaio onj.ctmn.
jrrr-Tny vomer, however, did no!
attempt to cupprea. II. apok hi
nouani, wan and to th point.
Thar I hardly any book ef that
in tnina Which on a aura In art
on hi wraiern vacation today," and
in query, 'Khali w go birk to
KurontT" teem to m lo aum un lha
uiHippoinimani or a one-time Mc
fnni hunter, who nuriutd th
naagy hurt. 10 o'er th plain of olo
r.r.r nay or ttaika in mountain
goat 10 it rraagy lair.
Hurely h. doa not oak for thou
nd of tourlal who hv. In Da at
year, (and atlll today) rxparlenrad
lin," tay Meulav. "from mhi.h nrentniea aw and admiration b
It would ha poaalbl to rrt .iieicl- r?r h maatarplaea of fiod era
mn of writing o xcllent and o r'0"' ""'n n,v nM,wd ao
varlou. To comnar folllar with norouly upon th godn wt.
Paacal would inilr.n h. .t,. How many of ih. myriad of travel.
Vtt wt hardly know wh.r. .rr.nt r ht I'acino toaat. arrow th
In th 'Provincial Letter.' we rin narkbon of th. continent, maka th
una nnrtn an narmnnlmi. v .n.t I... J""in- , vmw inn liainian inumn
romln.lv hlnnii.,1 uiih ...i.n,..i,., tha rhappad cowboy, th nobl buf.
f . . . , . . ... . . . ' I 1 n Ik. .....il.l. II.. A . I..
in ina nnon iw." in truth, all ' 1 ini.mii.in mm
monea or ridicule, from broad fun to ""n" Tmw- inuaao. ounaio inn
pollahed and antithetical sarcasm. ,n1 hl- aucceaaor havt brouaht tha
wera at Collier', rnmm.nrf n ih. borlfin and th hard-rldlna
othar hand, h wn comoleta mu.ter herdr and put them through thlr
of Ih. rhetoric of hont Indl.naiinn ttunt in your cltlta, whll ven tha
W acarcaly know any volum which "alir communltl havt ctged
contain to many buratt of th pectj. wild animal aalor to they my b
liar loqiinc which come from th without Ih. tld of a long
neart and goe to th heart." perapactiv. ani an eiepnani gun.
Feeing what he considered an evil lnc writer na yet to nr, now
"tat. of affulr. ha attacked thoa vrr, of Any enterprln which can
reanonalbla for tt. nut th.m on ih bring horn In 11 luat th ort of Im
defrnslve, Invited counter-attack and Predion on act a he tanda fae
mad. his opponent rldloulou In tha to fare with towering El Cepltan or
public ev. Official cenaorahln of per Into th colorful Yellowstone
literature I a doubtful ind drhatabl canyon or rl'loa the aitir water of
proposition. Perhnp what literature Yellowstone lak. Nothing can mar
en ia a twentieth century Jnremy
collier; and tha rauae of Rood taste.
good rn and good moral would
& hetter helped by employing a
roup of entertaining advocate than
by calling in th police.
The Amaton Are Coming.
From th Cincinnati Tlm.a Slar. .
American have become o uied
th hcuutlr of th. unchanging and
unchangeable mountain range, with
their crown of perpetual snow, nor
the gorgeous hue of a unet on the
Arizona dearrt. nor th aonreclation
of the llttleneaa of humankind, aT
on itandt on th. rim of tha Grand
canyon watching the first rayt of
th morning un edging over th dis
tant horizon, to penetrate gradually
the blanket of mist and di'ilpnt
to seeing photograph of their the darkness of night, dlaclnaing th
creation of a new world in that tre
mendous mile-deep and 12-mlle-wlde
tarth gap beneath on feet.
I wonder how many of the 1,000
touriit who cam to th Grand can
yon on a single June day this year,
when th writer waa there, carad
whether th. fish were biting in tha
Colorado river or whether a wild
.AUnli AMil,. K. Aunl .ft.i r.w
tioniu women s atnietio meet win rtavi. hunting, over on the plateau?
nn.n In 1 n ... a Hi.n no . V. n nlhs, . ' .. .... . . .
oung countrywomen In bathing
suits and running togt that they
may have tulten merely as a matter
pleaaant routine th going to
Paris of a dozen of their daughters,
omprlslng the Amor Iran women
lymplo team. Yet it means some
thing thit ha never happened in
tno worm oetore. 'in nrst intern'
open In Pans Sunday, the other
countrle represented being France,
Great Britain, Belgium, Bwitzsrland
nd Czerho-slovakla. Sprints, leaps
long-distance runs, hurdle race and
iuvelin throwing are among the
vents scheduled. Thus Amazon le-
I venture to say at least thirty hun
dred of th duaty tourists got an
eyeful and came away with a picture
engraved on their mind that would
mean to them In the year to come
more than all the galleries of th
art, and with a great resolve to go
genda, perhap 10,000 years old, are bar-k- when opportunity afford.
Representative Garrett of Tennesaee diet hard,
but h buaincaa a democratic ldr ia to no
good In anything th republican propose.
It might be well if torn of our amateur ftnan
cit r to tUp lung tnough to read "Knicker.
iK.n i History ef Nw York."
rrdent Taft ha itMihe a a.w record
from New York, to Sat) I rnijeo. It It a ttmhipk
though, t th thief Jv.uk.
Wilbur (.lan Vettva't doIia f a bathing lult
to be mad fact of th twentieth
It is to be expected that the
daughters of America will give
rood account of themselves, but it
not to be expected that in this
nrst encounter the easy pre-eml-
ence of our mtn's Olympic teams
111 be theirs, for English girl ar
ore practiced in outdoor conteits,
nd English and French girls have
et before' In track events and n
The bulk of speculation, however.
has concerned itself not with the
comparative fleetness and stamina
of the young women of .the compet
ing countries, but with the effect on
women generally of the new era of
thlcticlsm Into which they will pass
through th gates of their nrat
Olympic. On the on lde It Is con.
tended that a more active life ha
made the modern girl taller,
stronger and larger-walsted than
her mother or grandmother. On the
other side it Is urged that it has
ilr. Hough ays: "Some of th
western mountains still have rock
In them." We might add, ''And will
have for a few year to Come."
Meantime, by all means enjoy thm
while yet they are with u.
Frankford, August 13, 1922.
Will Her Fame Live?
From tha St. Louis Globa-Damocrat. .
People have been eearching for
centuries for the real solution of the
marriage problem. Attempt after
attempt has been made to find th
cause of' divorces and remedy it.
Commission have searched, organi
zations have searched, Individuals
have searched, but to date the for
mula for a divorce-proof, marriage
has not been found
An 18-ycai'wold Maseachusstts
girl, however, has offered a new
wrinkle In premarriage experiments.
Perhaps she ha given to marriage
experts a real basis for operation
It hia laiaraaa la eaaaal a. a
kwaliaaitaa aaaitaa) Ihrvujk w.
era "I Ihi llMtta Ian war aamh I. a.
aMtl.awa aaanawrl. ia.ll alt... IM.aw.
Mbjavaa f eMla t.lrr-4 laiara
abaaal I .. at a.., Ika. M aaHa.
knar aaawa ba a.iii.la4 I a.
awaa. M law mtHtt. nt a lka k ka r
ml Ikat II mH ka .kUaral I
Another Wife's tw.
r4 Oik. 1 , Aug. : To lb
f.dltor of Th Omaha lie: If you
will allow a bit of p for me too
In thla mannr hak hand with
Anotbr Khopmsn't Wife," Also to
ay that we are to nearly In ama
clrcuniatanre it to property, It set.
ete. that Mr. A. R. Hklener I thai
1 ran Ihnrdiithlv atta with him
W have been hlltarly dlMppulntod
during ihla atrika In eonie whom w
rallrd frl.nd b.for and am sorry
to aay ther ar a few women who
ar Ilk "A Hhopman Wife," but
I am more than glad to know that
ther. ara a large number who ar
barking their husband in Ih limit.
In ih only right course ther la for
th working pnpl to follow.
I wonder hw any on ran think
It right for their men to atay at
work whll tha majority of their
fallow workmen trlk fur better
working condition, ami whan they
all get back In woik wouldn't thoa
fellow feel small? I hnuld think
o. To b tnr. w could hv man
aged to tnd thla wg rut, but how
about all thoM men with wlvr and
bable to Itaep who gat much laaa
than my husband doe? How proud
I am that w ar In an organisation
that rtally trie lo follow th
Golden Kul and whoa member
will fight for a brother workman
ooner thn for themw'lv, If any
doubt our rauae I )ut. and that
w won't win out. print your
name and addrrM and I will b
glad to rnd you what I consider
amp! proof. '
A UUILEUMAr. I. it B "irr..
I'lra for Ihe Prtrrlve.
Omaha. Aug. i:. To th Editor
of Th Omhe H: An aspirant to
political offlca can havt but two
fundamental reaeona worth mention
ing; fint, to help belter condition
for the great majority of th po
pi, or. cond, to work for hit own
ntereeta, dlrtrtly or Indirectly.
Loyalty lo a political party la a great
obstacle In th way of flie former,
and an asset to tha later. Vo not
forget that tha first thing upper-
moat In lha mind of C. W. Bryan
I th preservation of th demo
Th politic! situation in jveorasKa
n th yar or our Lara iiiz indi
cate mor loylty to party than to
principle among th leader of op
poalng faction in both old part lee.
Thy ar compelled to unit, and
eat crow, to hv a fighting chanc
to win In November. This was
brought. shout because th progre.
siv. party wn In th field. Kor
Just a oon th new party wh
organized political Irnder In both
old partlea began a campaign to
Her come In tn loyalty to party
I above ih Interests nf th rTl
Th wham was htchel In lb olfl
a.uliiUMl incubator, be It known.
and men who elgnad up end boaatrd
of ihalr alleglinr to th new .arty
became traitors to th ran, and
mad marrhandl. ef wht h p
iila lriiktd In their hands for eaf.
koaping. Nvr In ih hlatory of
Nebraaka polltka ha anything ao
filaarai-oful bvan pullaa oir. nn.
dict ArnoM wa an xcua hy ih
aid of thi. for h got th coin.
W. have brd all kind of pr
diction In th real. Norton waa
lo awaap ih atat, but h failed to
roach first baa. Now w hoar that
f. W, liryiwt will carry vry county
Ulth groat msinrltloa, with lha m
racllonry Hitchcock banging lo
tha ill of hi kit that Norton had
Why thi melody In tha domorratlo
ramp at thi tlmT Ther I only
cn answer they both wnt office,
am In thlt reaped ther. la not on.
whit of difference. Now thy ar bid
ding for th prngreMlv. vol, not
becau. they ar. progrecalv. but
trey need their vol to win. Hy
what mean of argument can th
progrenh'e p t r.ward for their
support of urh a bunch.
If any ona think that Ih pro.
grea.lv party wa killed by th
traitor In charg lhy ought to
htv. been at th convention In Un
coin on the lilh. whn th dlegte
rrlvd from very corner of lb
state. Their nmle were In power
and Ibey ram to find outiwher
they war at and pav their compli
ment to th boss. When th propo
sition ram up lo glv, F.dmlaten a
bearing It wa voted down with
awilv two vote for th motion. Th
wolve had cttrd th sheep, but I wives. Indlanapoll Jitar,
Mh.n ah.v returned thatf knew each . .
other as never before. J Prlnceaa Anaatail wallowit
A third ttrlk would put us out
Wall btreat Journal.
' Even ih groat mtn seem frail
and mortal whan b like hi golf
club In hand. Memphis Nw Beim
liar. An evant ell.t y nobody know
wh.r. hell ia - Otkrwi ihlr
might b an gpditton to rtscu.
buaine. Urnvlll. l'idmont.
Inln bs uffr4 a new kind of
death by poiaon. If h Uvea long
nough h iny finally uffer a nat
ural death irnd Itsplds Ntat.
Rants wouldn't am o unre-
onabl If landlord would b con
tnt to rharg us for tht time w
remain at horn. Rochester Timet-
When th old f.ahloned girt waa
jilted It affertod her heart; when Ih
modern lrll jilted II effect har
tilgxer flrigar- Birmingham Nw.
l'eruHl of another popular novl
leads lie In sugge.t a do.k motto for
our young authora:' It't a long
way t literary. Richmond Timet
Mapaieh. Th. eocleiy for th prevention of
iisrlert noise. I getting busy again.
So long as tbey don't get nnlay no
i-na will bava any objections.
Whetting tmelllgeni er.
Some young man enjoy attending
partlet, tnd soma ar. looking t' f
t Ih uroareaalve. oiuld hv a
farmer for t'nlted giatea aenutor.
and th ticket filled out with rp
Me mn and women. It I no loo
lata yet to sweep the tt of th.
political rubblan tnt n nmporaa
renl urogrra. Th farmer and
labor hev been deflated 10 thai bun
and thev ar tired of being th
tucker all Ih tlm. Labor bat no
iia for th senators nominated, and
I a lld ma for uch a move. Th
farmer are ready to fre them
selves from th political bunch that
na served big business so long.
They ar all ready for a nw deal.
e'hall w hav It f
A. U. TKMPLIN.
120 South Thlrty-nfth St.
Political Information Wanrl.
Omaha, Aug. 20. To th Editor
of The Omaha Bee: At tht dayt
go by, and election drawt nearer, the
writer would like lo get th follow
Ing strelghtened out. o that he and
other may vol intelligently:
Within the pat dozen or o year
th. public nae recognizea poiiurany
In on way or another, to my per-
onl knowledge, Fred Bhotwell,
r'rank Hhotwell. and Abe Khotwen
and now wa hav a candidate for
municipal Judg In th person of
Rosa Bhotwell. If ther hav been
ny other of th family who have
been on th public pay roll, I do not
know of It, But, If th Bhotwell
family I to b a public charge, w
ought to have som authoritative In
formation on the subject so tnai
som. outsiaer msy noi uurn wm
family perquisites. NEPOTIST, ,
falsa tooth and felt biting paint
Native African glrlt want the
clothes of American flapper. That
lan't asking for much St. Pul
When a man goe for a whit of
a tlm soma woman usually makes a
sucker of him. Birmingham Nws-
Bv adding a Kwlea and a Pol th
McCormlrk family will b. thorough.
y inicrnitli ntlUod. ClrmlnghaMa
Gorg Gould, widower Ave
months, says h remarried to cure
th lonellncK Illnrs. Not a linger
Ing lllneos In his case Watertown
Kearney Hub: Th public's
thought Is commencing to turn to
ward louniy fair djy. What I o
dear to th dear public th desr
old county (sir, with Its hundred
and on catchpenny device, good
racing and exhibition Of agricul
tural and commercial progress?
Brides wonder what they will
hav for supper. Grooms wonder
what they had. El Psso Times. If
their curiosity gets the best of them,
they can always read th label on
thi empty cases. Little Rock
(Ark.) Gazette. - a
Grand Island Independent: "Pln
apple cut Into llc," say an ad.
"make an excellent dish." This la
much better than'th old custom
of swallowing th pineapple whole
biu si, n uihcm i J i n v it ims niu. j , , . A .
made her less fitted for the duties 1 ' "r" no ', ' . Z "
of motherhood, and that the animal r"'V'V"" """'r'" "r " ".t!.":...
model for women is not the light
footed panther, but th alow-pared
bovine of the pasture. 'Tis a de
bate unsettled, but the evidence of
the prolific savage races, In which
women share th activities nf men,
Is all on the tide of the girl athlete.
sst lly aa appep. smWI ef 4 m a day ef U P"Hatv. about tn evr,tK.ng
.irplaa., ..4 ..satla, ..an,t j 4 1,1 ,
th te;tinih.i fate in t91 W ery etpeaiiiu )
m im( l I'rtSH liin i' b K iu imii
tf tllttrtre ties pa, a ftttt ftk et tf
fif4J Jtth ;g fn.rt along ikit ba
, M ' p.pa C
As fM bj Ik aaaa'e f t uairy ar
ftl tH, al wnH l I M t ei !. .
tt4 I Ike Aral twataaattf atl a4 U ftn
T Ika ahr men: "Ktr C IU brtf
Freni tha N'nrtolk Nawa.
Tobacco cost hav fallen, and to
bacco men ay It will be possible
again to tell a good cigar for t rent.
Her, if former Vic
Marshall waa right, la salvation for a
dlatreaaetl land. "Wh.it thi country
tneila." aal.t Mr. Mnraliall, a year or
two ago, "I a tood S-cnt cigar."
Tlm waa when stirh i igara war
a plentiful a flower that bloomed
In lha rlttg. rUcellent clgtra. or
at leaat tigare that the amoker
thought cllint. toulil b bought
nvwhr for that price, r'or year
thoy hav boon a aweetlv mournful
niamnry. Their pnmiliwil return will
bring a gtw of hop tn thouMiula of
hitaotii. Il will alai tn. la etnp
Ih growing um ef i Is ria
And why ahoiibl nsra aln onl. v
Ihla ittatini'ttoit .' rhiroly Xir. Mt
(fall look lea nirn.w a view. It lha
country naa.ie I rent ri.n, II n.nl
aa Iom I eaat pi. aii.l l-iam . a
eranBi ...! ban tkla bliwful
trinity rotuie arnliy will b
lipuUrllf t.f MuiW .t.ana.
l txlltvltiH a it"' kt
M'.l A'Ut l 10. anl tniiiMiaiu
Iitl el t "U a t..ll, I ra. Int
rlNfcweal Mil Th suttl ahtnn
afruraltnf thalmlh ai .Mi. n
ef luui )ni. iffttlM h i twin. it
f ..r .!. is lriii, H.e tiil
Ihil I) a f a I Ihaai, lt. t (.
. i. lha ihiUwi .f ai i"tK
f.it.l iu la m an we tu.i.u '
I ,V Ihiat i a ... t,ima
'Vltwl t Uwi liwn l,ia i".'i, i.
I; wKatatat aF-a - II. n l ih(
to, hut she has at least offered food
for thought. She went to liv with
her future mother-ln-lsw for a week
Of course, she wasn't going to
marry her mother-ln-law. Yet there
re huabanu who tnll tnat on
had just a well. At any rate, th
Matsachusett girl wanted nothing
left undone. The reault wa a hastily
abandoned wadding. After her week
of experience the proapectlv brld
Instated that sh ill.ln't ileslr to live
in turmoil ever alter. s
Tha marriage will go on. un-
President doubtedly thrje will still be divorce,
out snotner premarriage teai na
been brought to th attention of th
rountrv that my or may not hav
an effect on tha eventual aolutlon
of tha marriage, problem. Kor thai
lha country Is Indebted to an !
year-old MaeMrhuviell girl.
tVsm Ih- Waakl.alan Pna
If any ilouhts ilntl to th
fftrtcy f ih operation of tha 1
par ieit poat-war Immni atlon late.
lhv are entirely 1tpellr.l bv Ih
arxlarv of lnnor' irvv of Ih
fiturea bearing on Ih. aublorl ir
tb tia- l t r etid.il June
Were It ml fo Ih. matewi el
tha law, II la ci1l lhl that
wuli bv been an overwhelming
It, tun of Immigrant from Ihe
VM'h n.l ! of Kurre. fe vrv
cn rlt tha font" I ship lhai
rrOa.l ant b. .r iiiultMu
h. al ill cr. .!.. I v.rv por ef n.
raikalK-n, all tf Iw l "ov.Hi
.( .,fartne bhin1 all Miain
In lt ie.h lb nnaia U.il fl
I Uniy la th Waal Ihlitf
tna. th a.rr'tf latemanl
thl .aral f th.aa ia..
l'i a .khanate.! IHair (i-na en4.
I; K iii th. lull ! lr oa( llnl
lit thi ,! .a alu In- U l I
a.ii.i t iiui iwfitrw a wail
r, i. I'hihIh ael New faaia.4
t't. l.l'i, i'w' l-ikla
I - nvit!. Hi !. .aaia I l
. ma ! t et'.,. ee lha tln n WHH
fai.x'H if ft ttaa .waa
ali wall un wiilt 14 ef .l l
On Second Thought
! if i
"" lie M I ttata "
i hm k tj-h' at tt Ukl.f I a 4a t i'"
I . a. ! f (Mtaii lha a. u i S ii ,i m, tt,ti,. Kit). a,ik ,ia ,ui.
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I jit.,i. a.,a-.l inti . ii.i, kf S- If at avtlamlt
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