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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1903)
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Orson WoDtworth. Agnes Ollerman.
DLA1R HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS WHO WON
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MR. AND MRS. J. D. JOrNSO OF SIDNEY, Neh
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"yard wide will run a long distance aroun
hill or up a mountain. Thla la especially
ao In the rlne-growlng reglona, which are
In the most mountainous parts of the val
ley. The land Is ao rough pmt all cultiva
tion, must be with the hoe or spade, and
bene back-breaking. The grapes sv
planted In rows running up and down hi.
Each vine has Its own stake, and It la cut
down to a central stem or stump every
year. ' All along the river under auch vine
yards are little towns of one or two-story
houses with roofs of slate or tiles. There
re no houses In the vineyards, the most
characteristic buildings bolng the whit
MARTIN -DIEFENDBNFER OK WOOD
RIVER. Neb.. WINNER OF TUB
GRAND AMERICAN HANDICAP
EHOOT AT KANSAS CITY.
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The above half tone etrt represents the office of the Canadian Information
Bureau In Krenaer Hlock, Fifteenth end Dodge. Mr. J. II. Dorhse established this
flice in 1SX4 and lo the oldest an I most rel.able employment onire In Omaha, and
In known from coast to coast, handing thousands of people annually, furnishing tha
best help, such as managers chefs stewards, bookkeep.rs, stenographers and laborers.
feparate departments for men. Iady attendant in charge of woman's department. Mr.
ohrse with 18 years' experience hs b.illt up a large acquaintance, shipping any
where In the United States or CanajA Reference Omaha National Hank.
the Rhelngau, which runs for about fifteen
miles along the river. It Is here that the
Jchanneabergcr wtnea are produced. Tbiy
come from about fifty-five acres of vine
yards, being made from the best grapes
raised on that area.
The Idea prevails In the United States
that the Germans drink only beer. This Is
Bot true. They consume vast quantities of
Wine and their wlnea on the average are
good. Every city' has score! of wino res
taurants and many hotels have their wine
restaurants and beer restaurants side by side.'
The difference is that anything ordered In
the wine restaurant costs considerably more
than the same thing In the beer restaurant.
Even beer costs more If taken In the wine
restaurants. The people often drink wine
with their meals and It Is a common thing
to carry wine along with a lunch on the
' As to beer, it takes the place of water
among young and old, and no. one. thinks
anything strange. of children drinking it. I
saw' a school teacher bring thirty school
children into a restaurant the other day.
He ordered dinner for them and each had .
fcer pint glas of beer. - - .,
. . FRANK O. CARPENTER.
Some Maine Epitaphs
with her husband fifty years
and died in
the confident hope of a better
: John K. (killed In the battle of Shiloh)
was bore in the state of New York, where
'the wicked cease from troubling and the
weary are at rest. - . , . .
Here lies Barnard Lightfoot, who was
.accidentally killed In the 45th year of his
KU--V monument waa erected by his
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AND ORCHESTRA OF FRANKLIN ACADEMY, FRANKLIN, Neb.
Mxj 8, 1803.
Lend man thine ear, but not thy umbrella.
"An air of mystery le about all there Is to
Inhabitants of New Mexico believe In a
future state. . . . -
Women may be outspoken, but they are
Some people never seek religion as lon(
as there" is a dollar In sight.
What some men owe worries them much
Jess than what they would like to owe.
.' A homely rich girl Is prettier than a
beautiful poor one In the eyes of some
; It Isn't necessary for a man to know
enough to go in when It rain if he has a
L The average man clings tenaciously to his
own opinions, but he expects other people
to change theirs.
Nothing short of true faith will separata
a bald-headed man from the hard-earned
price of a bottle cf hair restorer.
Some men would get along much faster if
they didn't waste so much time telling
other people what they would do if they had
. a chance. Chicago News.
No Trick at All
"She thinks she is capable of presiding
over a home'of her own."
- "And ahe can, too, under the right con
v .dltlons.. Why, any girl can do It, If she only
has capable and well trained servants and
a husband with plenty of money. Presid
ing, over a home that other people make
.isn't nearly ao hard as making one your
elf." Chicago Post.
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