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THE OMAHA PAILY ItEE: MONDAY, MAY 4, 1903.
Tiie Omaha Daily Bee.
K. KOSBWATEK. EDITOR.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING.
Tf.RMH OF HUPSCRIPTION.
. - - . ... a. I . a . .
a CVMITIOATED OUTRAQt. elerc of the people ana tnr-y nave not. wnue noweii is mortgaged in advance
The rixlit of. the people iMaceally In the opinion of tlint paper It would to repudiate the democratic platform
to aaswuble to consult for the common nol be difficult for the democratic rank I pledges,
good shall never be abridged." This I and file to vote for Cleveland agnlti,
guaranty of the freedom of public ills I "for they like him and trust him." The
cusslon la engrafted In the Bill of Rights I Eagle argue, that his nomination would
the first article of the constitution end all quibbles about recent or future
ebraska. The forcible breaking up platforms. "He would be the platform.
15' I -..,i.n ..iii r.nt w tho vnrli. I Tit r ii it or And rharaetpr wnnlil be the
1.0U I UUiiV Uld-ilUg, V M 1 1 . vj v ..v. I - - - - - ' " - "
Ingnien of Omaha to discuss tlie relative gunninry or tne restoration or .relume,
Dally (without Runday). One Yfr.. . 1 '
Lnlly-e and 8r.ilay. one Year ' as tl
Illustrated . One Year f " . v
Sunday One Year 01
fiat.irdny lle, one Year J 0f a
Twentieth Century Farmer, One lcar.. 1.W
liflivKUKD HY CARRIER. Hlgni
Pally (without Bimrtay). per copy. .... 2- .rits 0f political candidates for city of strength, of consistency, of dignity, , ' , " '
WhZXX:'liri.X om.es. by the interference of police un- of tvlsilom and of trained experience u4 I,
Sunday Hoe. , er copy dPr direction of William J. llroatrii, Mas to the thief magistracy." As to the ,M"1Rfi tire brewery aua iiq
B?e"ingi,ee ' (including Sunday), per an unmitigated oritrrtge ' that should third terra objection, the Eagle brushes
cEmWV'ofT arouse Just resentment from all ltlerty It away with the Temark that "there
should be addressed to Cy circulation De- jorng American citizens. 1" Milling In It, when the three terms
pariraeui. I .nnIil. in Tu.iiil.ml ihiu.iilI.IIdi In I Aiv i.fit onnsoriitl vn." ltnvinir nolnted
T-.n. guaranteed by the Bill of Bights and out the merits of the former president,
any interference by the police strikes a our urooKiyn contemporary taiKS in tins
blow at Individual liberty and free in- ivklonily earnest and confident wuy:
niitiitinna Tim niiici fun, nf Dni.iliii. "The cruvitatlou toward him now Is
w,hln,-4E'I!tJc'e'u ' hike the police of all other cities, is unmistakable. It is growing hourly nnd
..ni...inn. rciainff n news and edl-1 nrnntml fie tlm tn intcnri uno nf mililln I dallv. The east attests It. Thr north
i?.ria'tr!ri'?I. n.?nI'.r.mennt',dn'"ed: order and not for the creation of dis- reccpni.es It. The west Is Bth-red by
Omaha The lien Building.
Bouth Omaha-Oty Hull building,
ty-fifth and M Streets.
Council Hltirts Ht Pearl Btreet.
Chicago 164o fnlty Building.
New York 23'X Park Row Building.
lice. Editorial Department
THE HlODKll HAM.
The hidden hand which Is directing
the city campaign In . the Interest of
E. E. Howell fur mayor Is the hand of
Walter Molse. Should Howell be
elected, this hidden hand will Imme
diately become an Iron hand, which
Interests In the city of Omaha. When
perhaps too late all the breweries and
saloons, except those controlled by Wal
ter Molse, will realize the true situation
as It is certain to exist In the event of
the election of E. E, Howell.
The candidacy of E. A. Benson for the
mayoralty of Omaha has been a confi
dence game from start to finish. Ben
son started out ns a candidate for the
.,eT..nM. in r,,,).n tho It. Th smith is nlive with it. Tl ,P republican nomination and became a
RT,U Vy .R,S,e7TubiishVYcVmpn7 dispersing of the people peaceably as- democracy of the whole nation I not turncoat because the delegation from his
anbiVA sembled to discuss political Issues and ouly conscious of it, liut Is vlvilled. V
'0 political candidates. nnd sends its hopes and Its prayers th tht"r tes to W. Bingham
LuilSu coY.- ' t have l(orn some fonvard , u half. Moreover, he m llc.n convent,on the
statement of ciRCUJATiON. I excuse for the presence and Interven- is far stronger than his party. And his
Benson boomlet was trundled Into the
populist convention, and for the sake of
beggarly two hundred Totes Benson
BtoeSre BPV"rck. of P"wm ln turbulent meetings party, with him and with the Indopond- p
TnKllaf fr.iF r'nmnaiiv. . bpin duly iWOffl, I nf u-nrV In trninn anriifrnH In tKn ntrttro I PTltR. WhndP nfllHT nnd hlllwftrk lio la I
" V. tL. 'ir...! " . V ' - rt ,,11 " - v..p..ft, ,a w.v 0aav, - - - - I l! 1 LI 1 X L - U.inil -
SSTpiei" eopie." of " Th. Pally. Morning there is absolutely no palliation or At- would prove to be far stronger than its " y 7k, ,
ivening and Bunfl.yBe; printed during the CU(Je for br,DgInff g(iunds of IH)i,cenien republican adversary. In short, Grover popu,l8t' fllt''"Kn iha nothing In
month of April, 1W3. waa ai fouowa; 7 " " - " ' J " "" common with nonullste. lust as his
18 ai,vu into a garnering purely political witn itciiinu m touay tne oniy uemocratic , - - .
W S!'!liJI no reference whatever to jtle strike be-1 alternative to Theodore Roosevelt, ns
SBt'inol 8UB ln Omaha on the first of May. In- the assured republican presidential can
20 ai.noo stead of being conservators of the peace I didate In 1904, and those who do not
21 3'i. our policemen, under the domination of appreciate the fact will appreciate It,
S3 !!".!l!!!!ii!io the Present commission, headed by Des- the moment they give their thought to
24!!!!!-"".8i,4 I perado Broatch, have been converted the situation as it exactly Is and as It Is
28 S1.MO I iQto law breakers and mob makers. dally becoming more and more appar
sti'970 Whether Mayor Moores Is re-elected nt-
28 Bi.eio I or not. It becomes his duty to assume Here is matter for the serious con
2 81,mh personal control of the police and put slderation of Colonel Watterson and
O 1,1J I an A T VI,. i I Me Tltron n.Vi n-.or 1, i. J
" iw uiuaivilioui uuu pu ill (' I 1 - 1 ' 1 J ( mil j viinrij in: CAJt'V lC'I
flnnv In Omnhn Tt i imnwr f..e ih I to srive It the nt tout Ion It morlt aa Ihi
mayor to abstain . from participating utterance of a newspaper which must andldat.e- under ff,B etenses, and yet
Net total sal.. ;-B'" with the police board, whose title was be presumed to voice the sentiment of a f t1 m ame 01 V"
qkorqh" "bV "tmchuckT I called In question and pending before large number of democrats in its sec- uul"-0 'Ule ena
betorTmhS StVaTfVi court, but now that the Won. So far as the republican party is ..HoweU'. election will insure demo-
tumm unsold and returned copies.... 10,423
brother allowed himself to be nominated
for the supreme bench of Kansas as a
socialist two years ago Just to get some
cheap advertising and notoriety. Benson
is posing as a great anti-corporatlonlst,
but nobody ln Omaha has ever heard him
raise his voice against the wrongs per
pet rated upon the community by cor
poratlons and monopolies. lie knows
that he has no possible chance of elec
tion, but is being used simply as a stalk
ing-horse for Howell, the democratic
decision is rendered he must assume concerned, it would heartily welcome cratlc control of the clty for many
the duties and take the responsibilities I the nomination of Mr. Cleveland, who
years to come. It will mean a greatly
Of the chfllrniHnwMn nt fha hnnivl nn A I would be more ensllv henton than nl. I . .
Benson is bein boomed as a home- ,,..,. . --"v . mcreasea vote ror me aemocrauc can
uucvuuu ui him iHiuce iu cr nrorm rv i ouj umci iuau w uu l-uuiu up kp. i j . t . . m n - .
maker, but ln that resoect Benson was v . ' . .. umaie 01 lue supreme nencn mis iau
' 1 htlici auu bihui ul tne law. I a iuc ufujuL-muf eiauuara
distanced by his associate ln booming,
C. E. Mayne, the home wrecker.
The campaign of deception and im
posture will come to a close tomorrow.
Free rides, brass bands,' cartoons and
red letter fakes have done their worst.
It means the election of a solid demo-
Police board usurpation, and police bearer next year. The keen eye of the cratlc delegat,on to the next legislature
tyranny must have an end, at least for Eagle may have discerned a demand for
a time. Whatever may be the outcome Mr- Cleveland not risible to others, but
of the election, Governor Mickey will we can assure it there is no such de-
be called upon to put an end to the md heard ln this section. It is safe
police commission usurpations and out- to say that not one western democrat
lawry An outraged public sentiment M Jen desires the e.T-presldent as the w. Doanf Gllbert M. nltch
cock, Ed P. Smith, A. X. Ferguson,
Richard L. Metcalf, W. C. Bullard and
others. Republicans should govern
from this county and It may mean the
election of a democratic senator for
Nebraska." This Is the substance of
the confidential circular issued to demo
crats of, Omaha over the signature of
President Tarry of the National Asso- will demand the summary removal of Party's candidate In 1904.
elation of Manufacturer onght to belmembcrs who violate law Instead of
ready with another outbreak aoon or he conserve law, who levy political black
will bo ln danger of lapsing Into Innoc-1 mall uPn liquor dealers and bargain
SIOURKS ASD BOWELL.
In conformity with precedent and
usage W H. Elbourn Is entitled to a
re-election for a second term as city
with them for Immunity from prosecu-1
tlon for ylolatlon of the low.
Home rule, equal taxation and munlc
'Y" uwuCTBUiy 1MB uw l"uu, 1 Omaha lmrno Ovnori ro hlntr n
sues In the present municipal campaign - h r Woplll.H.M nnnn
and taxpayers and voters .of all classes tfae fact that .t6eir taxes for the year
Howell. Benson has no more chance of
being elected mayor of Omaha ln 1903
than be has of being elected president
of the United States in i;x4, and How
ell's record as legislator and as city
councilman shows him to be a mere tool
of the corporations and a man whose
affiliations and sympathies are with the
Sail the ships.
"The Terfedti American Wtlch" an. SadnieJ book
of Interesting information thoat witches, ivffl be sent
free apon request.
American Wjilifum Watch Company,
BITS OF WASimtJTOS l.IKK.
Republics are sometimes ungrateful.
but the republicans of Omaha and tax-
paying citizens of Omaha generally will
prove themselves ingrates if they turn
down William J. Hunter, who stood up
fearlessly as n member of the Board of
Review against all corporate pressure
and against all threats from heavy tax
payers, whose property had been pre
viously undervalued, and by so doing
helped to decrease the taxes of the mid- I Minor Seeoca and IneMenta Sketched
die class and home owners. I on the sot.
Americans contemplating a tour of Eu-
Me Mr-Tntnah lma aorr.wl not I m.nn 1 rope during the iummer will find much use
I fill InlArm.llAn In tha vnliima nn "Porftlrll
uie taxpayers ot uuiaim uuu ue win not ReUtlon9 of tho UnlU(d states" Juet Issued
appear ln their behalt. before the State! by the State department. Among other
Board of Railroad Assessment, which things the volume contains copies of tn
rin KMn u. -tn n,i t,i atructlons sent to the diplomatic and con-
, , p"-"" ,ular representatives of the United Statei
Evidently there Is nothing more in the relative to the Issuance of passports, the
tax fight for Mr. Mcintosh and, since the purpose being to secure greater uniformity
Real Kstnte exchnnire hss been enn-1 la the system. The attention of the agents
ol lnln . IIHnol It. tlm. .11 1 01 lul CailOU IO m
,v' " !'""- v.u, ..1. .,.. th. ttnlf. et.t.. nn.a not dlaerlml
taken up witn pontics.
nate between native-born and naturalised
ctttzens, yet, saya the department, "In de-
It is a Piece of sublime Impudence for I terminlng the question of the conserva-
Erastus Benson to appeal for the sup- of cltlienshlp and the right
. . , , , . . to Tecelve a passport It la only reasonable
port of organized labor through the Cen- to take ,nt0 account the purpose for which
tral Labor union when everybody knows the cltlrenshlp Is obtained.
A naturalized citizen who returns to
that he was rjroiected into the camnaltrn
by the corporations and their allies "n " '"a
' I without any tangible manifestations of an
among the Jobbers in order to defeat I intention to return to the United States
Moores and elect Howell.
Advantage of Life Teaare.
Philadelphia North American.
King Edward has all the fun of "swing
ing round the circle" without the necessity
of having to explain his administration.
Effect of Mind Over Matter.
may therefore generally be assumed to
have lost the right to receive the protec
tion of the United States."
It Is urged, however, that full prntr-
tlon Is to be accorded a naturalized r' i
sen tintll he manifests an effectual nh-in-
donment of his residence and do-.iirMr In
the United Gtates.
The present cabinet Is made up of men
Brother Dowle and the Christian Bel- I Wuh shorter namet than any set of cabinet
enc people undoubtedly accomplish phy- I officials ln many years, observes the
slcal results by mental agencies, but they Washington Star. Five of the nine ad-
have no monopoly of the power of mind vlBers of the president b'ar names of only
over matter. A portly citizen, pretty weJl one syllable each. These are Secretaries
known locally, bought a gymnasium ticket Hay. Root. Shaw. Postmaster General
with the purpose of reducing flesh and he
hat lost fifteen pounds within a week sim
ply by carrying the ticket in hla vest
pocket and not going near the gymnas'mm
Baar Daya for the Bear.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
In the near east, where war was Immi
nent a week ago the proceedings lag. The
Balkan dispute is tn abeyance, either be-
Payne and Attorney General Knox. Sec
retary Moody has not a long name; neither
has Secretary Wilson. Secretary Hitch
cock has nine letters and two syllables
In his name. Secretary Cortelyou has nine
letters and three syllables. His Is tho
hardest of all the cabinet names to pro
nounce. All the others .are plain. The
predecessors of these men, however, did
not have long names, and if the letters of
all the men who Immediately preceded them
were put together the results would be
Charles I Henry, who has recently pur
chased the Indianapolis Journal from Harry
New, Is credited with an ambition to rearh
the United States senate.
Edward Cox Dnvls, who composed the
famous "Lincoln Funcriil March," which
was played at the funeral ln Springfield,
111., Is still living In Des Molnoe, la.
J. T. Tatlow, John Wharton, (Jporse
Banks, F. T Dale and II. O'Hrlen, officials
of th Lancashire and Yorkshire railway
of England, ara ln this country and will
make an extended Inspection of American
Sir James Marwlck retlrea from the town
clerkship of Glaagow after a thirty years'
service on a pension of $12..ri00 per year.
His salary was $17,500. making the office,
be held the best paid municipal post In
Joslah B. Lynn, who twenty years ago
was, next to John I. Blair, the wealthiest
man ln Warren county, N. J., has Just died
ln the almshouse at Washington, N. J.
In his early days he and Jay Gould ran a
tannery in Pike county, Pa.
Eight Crlppendale chairs, once the prop
erty of FTancIs Scott Key, author of "The
F.:ar Spangled Banner," were sold at auc
tion ln Baltimore last Saturday and
brought $1,000 apiece. Only twelve of the
same design were ever brought to this
Dr. Edward Everett Hale and some othe
distinguished divines are taking aoil'
Interest tn a weekly paper now being s
tablished ln Boston. It Is to be prlntad
ln Syrian and English for the benefit of
some 2,000 or S.000 Syrians ln Boston. Rev.
George Atlas, a native, of Bayreuth, Egypt,
will be the editor.
cause Russia wishes to settle the Chinese
business first or because It wants, more j almost the same as at present In fact, Just
time for military or diplomatic neasures I one letter's difference. Secretary Hav sue-
In the Balkans. There s no concealing Its ceeded Secretary Day, the same number of
designs in either case. It Is the dominant letters. Secretary Root succeeded Secretary
XXPSCT3 UNITED STATES TO Wilt.
It appears to be the prevalent belief must aec,d8 fr themselves who among lft03 -onsidershiv inwr than thr
clerk and should receive the undivided In Canada that the United States will the candidates for mayor Is most likely were for 1902 and aU tfa preceding
upport of republicans. win Its case before the Alaskan Boun- to Kve vitality to these issues. It must b t th Apmnort.ti(. orB
darT commission, which will annn TriAet be manifest to all who know anyu-lng . t. -wm -.v.i-
Colonel Bryan waa la St Louis when to MnsldpI., th. ..B-.n. ...hmitt.H about oolltlcs and nubile sentiment that Jr,., u 1 .
SftlJlL him tn SI lt " Seems be 'qttlte' general th8 nd rePubl,can rump can' fact It belongs a good deal more to tho
ItirSl To Canadian, that the British "Jate for mayor has no more chance members of the Board of Review and to
.'rZ!L member, of the commission will be per- of -lection than the candidate of the Mayor Moores for appointing a Board of
f ranttotroMBed ex-presldcnt. suaded to find in favor of the American socialists. The contest has narrowed ReTiew that stood firmly jtor equlUble
A New Tork paper nas a lengthy' ed- contention ln the Interest of interna- down squarely between Frank E. Moores taxation and distributed the tax burdens
itorlal dlsaulsltlon on "The Opening tional wU1. but there are others Edward E. HowelL One or the accordlng to the value of the property
Season on the Turf. This will be fol- wno uinK anaaa wia lose because she wlu" VL inv UUOT " " assessed.
lowed ln due time br another entitled not case, which Is the simple 7or or umana. An inteu genu
"The Open Season ln the Surf." fact Tho correspondent at the Domin- choice between these men could only be The Bensonlans have discovered that
.. i Ion capital of a London paper points mad by a comparison of their records the gamblers and. dive keepers are all
France and Spain must be Just be- out that the weak feature of the Cana- an(1 their relations to the corporations for Howell since the supreme court
ginning to appreciate what a good dian case is that it has the appearance and loterests that are opposed to home decision on the police commission. Aa
thing they gave up when they let go of' being an afterthought, which ln rn,e equitable taxation and municipal a matter of fact, they were with him
.their possession of the territory com- truth It Is. lie states that It was not ownersnip. j from the time he was nominated. They
prised In the Louisiana purchase. until about 1887 that Canada began to Tne Insincerity of Howell as an advo- yoted solid for Howell six years ago
: . - - Insist that the United States was claim- cate of nome rute ,s exhibited by his and may be depended upon to throw
The Benson fakirs Will atop at noth- ln2 too much and adj th, f k . Jubilation over the decision of the su- their solid vote to him tomorrow. But
lag. The latest yellow campaign ca- mi88ion: "indeed, we scarcely regarded Preme court that stamps out home rule what are the Bensonlan purifier going
nard is that the strike ln Omaha was 0ur.case as worth the candle until after for the city of Omaha. to do ln the face of the political situa-
gotten up expressly by George Munro ai8e0very of gold. In the Yukon, The fact the tax-shirking cor- tlon that makes Benson's election an
ror mo oeneni oi n raus. iu. aiuurca. seven or li?ht tmh. a pqratlons are an combined against utter ImDossIbilitv and nnrrnw. Amn
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wmiNA ..- a . a. I Afonres nnd in favAF nf TTnwoll lthir vnioof Koimun tttii u
n, -nn In .. nc ucBjirru vj LUULrui me TOUteS " inCCu UUnC.. .uu lUUUres :
J 6 runnlnir north from thA i.vnn e.npi n directly or Indirectly through their
Uon program at bt. ixu wnicn the Yukon river and Dawson stalking-horse, Benson, affords ample Mr. A. P. Tukey's name has been
Chicago papers have neglected to pick 7 6tatpmpnt nf tho ...J proof that Moores Is regarded as an paraded as a signer of the manifesto
up and flaunt, it certainly is aue to un- t Canadian nafean by them. In other words, gotten up for Boomer Benson, when as
intentional oversight rather than dellt, goveramenta "JSTtt. repostemus that tly can depend on a matter of fact Mr. Tukey never
erate compassion. ln8lsted upm ln (he nowell to do their , bidding, while "Igned the document, never authortxed
The mayoralty contest Is squarely be- nigh joint commission to the exclusion Moores w111 Pursue an independent one else to sign hlgname for him.
t ween Moores and Howell, and as be- of aU other matters for the considera- MnfM an wU1 Protect Pub,,c ,n' lnl 8 open andabve board for Frank
tween Moores and, Howell, intelligent tlota of . that body. The. position of
force in both quarters and ln a position
to make the rest of the world umlt until
tts plans are more advanced. There are
busy days ahead for the bear and anxious
ones In store for Europe. Luvklly this
country has no great Blake ln the game
citizens of all classes must concede that I Canada ln respect to this question is so
MooreB is by all odds the best man to clearly unwarranted and untenable tnt
administer the affairs of the city. " " not surprising that her people ex
terest jvhenever it clashes with the ln- E Moores. But this fake Is only a re
terests of the corporations. flex f the whole campaign of bunco
Howell's record in the city council and y which the pop-rump candidate Is
ln the legislature proves him to be an trying to pull himself over the fence by
pect the Boundary tribunal to decide abJect crpature f the corporations. His bls bot "traps.
The rostofllee department is not un- against the Canadian claim. It has ab- UU8,nc89 88 a coal dealer and a member
of the local coal combine subjects him
to corporate dependence and conse-
Fred Brunlng has established for him
self an enviable reputation as a strictly
honest, progressive business man. As
assessor of the Second ward he proved
himself impartial, diligent and fearless
in the discharge of his duty. He Is
.1 .! mniiliilnn in Tilnir thA ct tl r tiflrf At I 1 . 1 . i . . , - , ..
.. - - i miuicij nuuBuiuiiai lounaauon, as
Washington all the time that President has been most plainly and conclusivelv
uoosevcil is aDseni. uiuer aeuarunenu shown bv former Sorotnr r e.., queuiiy uiuaes mm a perieciiy - sare
might possibly dig up a few good pub- Foster and others.. The terms of the man 'or the oad8 and toelr alUes,
Udty features If only given half a treaty between Russia and Great Rrit: the franchlsed corporations. On the
I w "wl a . w iau UIOLUaiKD XIM, UIO UU1 I. 11 I It
chance. aln and the Russian mans nmfnrmin. otner nana, l-rang k. Moores Is en- 1V ., ,iW '
1 1 . , , , 1 uivmuiiu; isiuuur Trim uia lUDCllons
therewith whih fe ,-!,- v-i. . gaged In no other business than that of .... . -i "
a ,. 1 -. -, u. . u ,sa mvj 1 1UOU lin 1 1 n i I rT T v -iv ml a1nr m t-l ana aa V.
nenson may nave nen unronunate . . p .'. administering the affairs of the gov-"' . . . "W"."-
in being associaUnl with dishonest per- American contention l be vond - Uent and no corporation ha. string. P W I05 X"'
sons and Identified with bauk wreckers " " , , . " content )oa beyond a atlon of the property of rich and poor
... . . i-nwuttLMC UOUIH. 1.11V.
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inc uTwim ui iioweu nave not
even instituted comparisons with Frank
and business failures. In this respect.
however, he is like "Old, Dog Tray,"
who got Into trouble for being ln bud
A CALL FOR CLKYELAXU.
PmRTwrtx ara that thA mirnlni nnmi.
There have been stranger things po- E. Moores as a public-spirited citizen. nt th ntini t...,
iu lu uoimonuon or ex- ana wune tuey nave sougnt to Desinlrch CUrrent fiscal year, will reach the
u..uu uy vue uemocrauc aioores ana maxe inviaious comparisons nm nf gsnnnonna havino- ir.0.i-
of taxpayer, of Omaha mvalable u"'Ud"ln J Vl J V ? Wlth,thJ! tW, k,DW that more to atei ,Q' " Unc,e 8am
, . - , i., x,.....a cult t0 d0 that Le woul,t atwPt a nom- Moores' moral stamina excel, by far i. nnt earefnl he l hM .11 th.
of Review, and for that reason. If for V ,L'8 S b" other Dat,0D8 env,ou8 of hU
no other, should he receive the cordial tjlJZ Tl T "tten.t n,'ade bm8,f ob,onabl8 t0 good fortune and anxious to come in
support not onlyof republicans, but of "JiJ,' ,Z fr ' . " 7 'ur"u,ua w,uo P011 for a share In hi. horn of plenty,
, mantled him for several years after Howell 1. on record a. a chamnion of I
' his retirement has been thrown aside gamblers ln the city council, where he A. H. Hennlnea has made an eieel
That Northern Securities decision may and Le Las hta 0 prominent figure voted to license gambling, and In the lent record as city treasurer and his
have stopped contemplated railway ln ,eeraJ important put.iie events, mak- legislature, where he labored gealously unanimous renomlnatica by the con
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mergers, but it has not reduced the " 6 wnicn nave 10 secure tue passage or tne Din to re- ventlou dominated by the faction that
traffic schedules. The shipper Is willing rece1 m consideration and being Ieal that part of the criminal code that he had opposed In the primaries was a
to pay freight required for profit on '"J "- llu ctuihi greeung. ma.es gamonng a reiony.. merited tribute to his sterling qualities
attesting inai ne retains considerable rora every point of view, therefore, as custodian of the city's public funds
ponuwruy. rnn . Moores would be preferable and a recognition of bis claim for re
ne tirooKiyu agie, one of the ablest n the mayor', chair to Edward E. How- election.
and most influential of the Independent jell. Summed up ln a nutshell, the over-
aemocratic papers, In a recent article I shadowing Issue in the present cam-1 City Attorney Connell, while loaded to
' A. O.-WahUtrom, the republican can-1 urge tne nomination of Mr. Cleveland palgn Is, Shall the corporation, govern I the water', edge with unproductive real
didate for building Inspector, Is recom- next year. It declares that he is today I Omaha or shall Omaha govern itself? I estate, ha. never lost his confidence ln
mended by all who know him as a com- regarded as the only man who could I Howell notoriously owe. hi. nomlna-1 the final outcome of Omaha. His ef
peteut and houest mechanic and build-1 d8 Tljeodore Roosevelt "All the tlon to the corporation, and i. supported forta In the future a. in the past must
lug coutractor. While ie is uot a mag- j democratic aspirants for the presi- I by them with all the means at their be for the creation of a greater Omaha,
netto political mixer, he may be relied dency, says the Eagle, "could ground command. Moores wa. nominated In thereby bringing relief to himself and
upon to discharge the Important duties I tne arm" of their ambition at the feet I Plt f all the corporations and corpora- thousands of other, similarly situated.
that w 111 devolve upon him as building 1 r "rover Cleveland, but they could do I tlon dominated police clubs. He is under
Inspector and member of the Board of " at the feet of no other democrat. It I no obligation, to the corporations and rK not allow yourselves to be de
. v . . . 1 .
Tubllc Work, fearlessly aud cousclen- woula IM no Humiliation for them to win, consequently, be ln position to re- celved. Every vote cast for Lrastus A
tlouolj ISlT" place to him. for he ha. been theidMUi the republican platform pledges, I Benson is half a iot for Ldwaxd E
actual Investment and exiHuses of oi
eratiou, but he hates to put-up extra
for the sake of dividends on watered
Alger, a gain of one letter. Secretary Shaw
took the place of Secretary Gage, the same
number of letters. Mr. Payne came Into
tho cabinet when Charles Emory Smith
went out, the same number of letters. At-
torney General Knox took the place of John
W. Griggs, a gain of two letters, and Sec
retary Moody followed John D. Long, a loss
of one letter. The five men named, have
two letters leas In their names than the
five men who preceded them.
The value of a short name In departmen
tal work Is appreciated by heads of , dc-
Handy Things to Play With,
San Francisco Call.
A number of islands never charted on
any map have been found in he southern
part of the' Philippine archipelago, and
of course they count as part of our pos
sessions. It Is said they are valuable, but pertinents and their assistants
It may be their chief value flll be that of sands of documents to be signed dally make
affording positions for civil, officials who it laborious and tedious work to repeat a
may be sent oown to take cdiarge of them. I long signature so often. In feet, hundreds
In fact, further explorations in the archi- I of men have wished that they could have
pelago may bring to light such a number attained equal fame and Importance under
t uncharted isles that It -will be possible shorter names. It Is nearly always the
for Uncle Sam to console applicants who case that when a new cabinet officer takes
fall to. get an office by giving them an I charge he will begin by signing his name
Island to play with. In full, like "Benjamin B. Smith." but he
will not keen this un lone, and In a mnnth
Profit la Paying- &ood Wages. wm have reached the conclusion that "B.
Detroit Fre Press. n. Smith" Is eood enoueh for all official
ve pay more lor is.bor than European papers. In some especial document he may
countries ana, paraaxically as It may sign his name ln the full stylo, but he rs
seem, tnai is wnere we have them. If serves that as a sort of sneclal affair. like
American- industrial advancement has a Sunday suit of clothes,
proved one thing mere clearly than an
other It is the fact Lhat good wages Is a
profitable Investment on the part of the
mployer. It produces a standard of ef
ficiency which morrj than offsets the added
expense. Good wpes means well-fed and
well-clothed labor and ultimately Intelli
gent labor. If a .well-cared for horse can
dd mora work than one which Is half-
starved and neglected It Is safe to assume
that a well-fed . man will accomplish more
than one who Is indifferently nourished.
The world ha a come to understand that
race and national supremacies are ques
tions largely of a food , supply and high
wage usually means good food ln sufficient
quantities to meet all the needs of the
Church I see a Jersey man Is complain
ing because his wile tnougni mui i i
. i. . . V. . ,41.1 nt him
Uothum-Welt. perhape the dog growled
less. Yonker s statesman.
"Sometimes," said Uncle Eben, a mun1
will keep 001111101 elmply because he s
rot a low-down- ambition to make other
folks so mUahle 1at he feels comfortable
by comparison." Washington Btar.
The Pastor Have you anything new for
net Sunday? .
The Choirmaster I think not. There Is
the same old itrudne between the alto and
the baritone. Chlougo Tribune.
The Allen-Don't you like to stand In a
great city street and feel the great pulfe at
humanity? . . . ,
The Citizen Yes; but lma physician,
anyway. Detroit Free Presa.
n,n Tnn.K rnmp to m with a Kieit
financial scheme a few months ago and of
fered to let me In on the ground lloor.
Itrown And of course you went in.
Brown How did you come out?
Urern Didn't come out tit all. There
were nq exits. Chicago News. '
She 1 want to get a box of cigars tor
a present to
Clerk Yes miss. Does your friend like
a mild cigar" or a strong one?
She O! any kind - will do, so they re
ClCh:rk Yea, madam. Shall I send m
home to vour hiwtiand or will you take
them with you? Philadelphia Pres.
UeI was thinking of speaking to your
ghe yes, papa told me he thought jou
6h Yes, and he Bays if you truly love
me you ought to take out an accident policy
ln my favor. 1'hlUdalphla Pres.
THIN!. THAT NEVER DIE.
Ciiarles DK kens.
The pure, the bright, the bsautlful.
That stirred our hearts In youth.
The ImpulKes of wordless prayer.
The drefims of love and iruih;
The IuukIiiK after something lout.
The splra's yearning ry.
The trlvlnK after better hopes
These things luh never tile.
Miss Rebecca J. Taylor, who recently
gained wide notice on account of her po
litical writings and her legal controversy
with Secretary Root growing out of her I
removal from a clerkship ln the War de
partment, has become, through the death
of an uncle In San Francisco, the heiress
to an estate valued at several hundred
Miss Taylor's uncle died April 19 and
the following day the young woman re-
Jt - I .. t ,.V, .t.t V a t Yn n imA ,o 1
queathod her the bulk of his estate, amount- "J',;;,,?
Ann all ine iruies, sweet ami ui,
Thftt make no love's lirst dIIhs:
If with llrm. un.iiHngmK faith,.
Ami holy trust and high.
Those hHnds have clasped, those lips have
The tlmld hand stretched forth to aid
A brother ln his need,
A kindly word in Brief's dark hour
That proves a friend Imlo.-d;
The plea for mercy softly breathed.
When Justice threatens nlnh;
The sorrow of b ennlrlie heart
These things shall never die.
OBJECT LESSOR PROM MEXICO.
CeacMtl'ni Mast Ba Paid for and
Other Coadltlons Compiled With.
Ttrnlr TVl V 1 1 n a
Mexico affords us many profitable snd retarya authority In the matter claiming
Intereatnr examnlea nf a crtvrrnniAnl fnr I tne
Ing to upward of $300,000; that she had
been made executrix of his will, and ad
vising her to come to San Francisco at
Miss Taylor, who was appointed to rifles
from a southern state, was dismissed for
having contributed to the newspapers an
article criticising the administration's
Philippine policy. She challenged the see
constitution guaranteed liberty of
speech, and that under the civil service
law she was entitled to a hearing beore
the Civil Service commission. Judge Hag-
.v.. Ik. ..,lin hud acted
more profitable than our way of throwing ..h nl. r. ghV- that the power of
IW ntlhlln fmnrhf.cR .nri rlvlnir rnmnr.. Clearly WimiD HIS rigui, "" "
tho people. Her well known method of
controlling enterprises which create wealth
out of the resources of the country is fai
away public franchises and giving corpora
tion the right to exact unreasonable rates
without paying a reasonable fee for the
privilege. An example of the up-to-date
Me lean method Is afforded by the conces
sln granted to H. H. Moran and J. E
Mleyer for quarrying and preparing litho
The concessionaires are to work a quarrj
of lithographic stone, on land belonging tt
the government, leasing the land or ac
quiring It by purchase. Six months .after
the date of concession the company shall
submit plans ef the buildings, machinery
snd materials, as well as plans of the ter
rltory to be worked. Construction Is to
commence within one year, and to be com
pleted within three years. The govern
ment will appoint an Inspector, and the
company must pay Into the treasury $3,0OC
yearly for salary and Inspection expenses
payments to cease when workshops and
machinery shall have been erected. Tbt
sum of (100.000 Is to be invested In the en
terprlas. The company Is to Import appa
ratus, materials, tools, etc., free of duty
The plant Is to be open to the scholars
of the national schools, snd the company
shall give the students aurh Information
as may enable them to pursue their studies
Intelligently. The capital, buildings and
other property of the company are to be
exampt from federal taxation, except the
stamp tax. The company la to be Mexican
and subject to the Jurisdiction of Mexico
Here It may be seen the government for
titles Itself against foreign Interference by
making the business a strictly Mexican
concern. It prevents the promoters frcn
securing an option or a privilege which. It
does not Intend to use for sny other tftan
speculative purposes. It makes It sn ob
Jeet for the -concern to begin operatlrtv. as
quickly as possible by agreeing to a sus
pension of all tees snd federal taxes, except
th stamp tax, when the business Is smarted
and It makes tt of general profit h open
ing the plant to the schools for -the sd
vancsmetU of kowltdaa.
appointment carried with It the power to
dismiss, and that Miss Taylor s criticism
was not liberty of speech, but license.
These things shall never die.
The cruel and the bitter word.
That wounded us It fell:
The chilling want of sympathy
We feel hot never tell;
The hard repulse (hat chills the heart.
Whose hopee were bounding high.
In an unfailing record kept
These things shall never die.
Let nothing pass, for every hand
Must find some work to do;
Lose not a chance to waken love
He firm and Just and true.
So shall light that cannot fade
Ileam on thee from on high.
Ami angel voices say to thee
These things shall never die. '
- Boys don't care. They only think of today. It's the parents
who must watch and worry. They know what exposure to the
wet and cold means tender throats, sore lungs, hard coughs.
That's why so many homes keep on hand
Ayer's Cnerry Pectoral
i i j i -,t. a . h
jusi a biDiiic uuic, wiic.1 mc vum msi tomes on, is orien K
sufficient. Your own doctor will explain why this medicine Is L
so good for coughs of all kinds, for bronchitis,' and even for
Consumption. Tkneslusi Uc., lc, tl.M. J.C. AYEi CO.. C n. U
In the wlutr. hm th children ukt told tn Mtlir. I slwsys kaap Aysfs Cberrx Pectoral oa
kaad. It U muadtului indiclue for thrimt and luuu truu !)-"
M HnfUtA KaiBTSa. Brookl jo. N. T.
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