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OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1909.
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An Arkansas merchant advertises:
"I want eggs, and I want them bad."
President Taft simply pointed up to
the signboard to show the congress
men they had taken the wrong road.
'Where there is mint there is hope,"
says the Baltimore Sun. Yes, but It
is a forlorn-looking hope after 8 p. m.
The time for filing for places on the
official primary ballot has expired, but
time has not been called on with
drawals. Thirteen moro Turks have been
hanged, and there will be no one to
dispute that the number was unlucky
for the victims.
Mayor Jtm says the city' tax levy
can be cut $50,000. A good pruning
knife skillfully wielded could cut off
more than that
Over $40,000 worth of leeches were
Imported into the United States last
year. No wonder the treasury surplus
What with the war on the fly, the
mosquito and, the common drinking
cup, it will soon -be impossible for an
honest germ to make a living.
Another regulation, which the auto
mobilists should be compelled to ob
serve is that requiring the display of
lights, front and back, after dark.
A noted evangelist haa put the auto
mobile on his bad list, probably be
cause if bis eatanic majesty gets an
automobile he cannot hope to catch
San Francisco has another trial of
the Calhoun case on tap, and the strug
gle to keep off the jury will probably
be as strenuous as on the previous
Lincoln's police judge has ruled
that Havelock saloon keepers may de
liver beer in Lincoln. Can It be pos
sible that there is a demand in Lin
coln for beer?
The water in Lake' Michigan Is re
ported three inches higher than for
several years. This hot weather must
have driven Chicago people to the
Chicago police announce that spoon
ing is to be permitted In the parks.
The police evidently took cognizance
of the fact that It existed whether
they willed it or not.
Id spite of the destruction of over
600 moonshine stills in Georgia last
year, it is confidently asserted any
well-posted man there can tell where
to get a taste of plnetop.
The wife of the German ambassador
has given Mrs. Taft a two-volume eJl
tlon de luxe. Let us hope this Is not
loaded, as have been so many such
editions, to the sorrow of rich men's
New York men must be poor marks
men, for one of them who shot at a
woman's hat missed it and killed the
woman. A nan who could not hit the
present style woman's hat has no bus!
aess fooling with a gun. .
The privilege of going to Lincoln at
personal expense to help frame a party
platform does not seem to be in great
demand Id aay of. the political parties
At any rate, there are no signs yet of
a bargain counter rush on either side
' t)f tbe political faacf
President Taft may have some diffi
culty In securing the desired modifica
tions In the pending tariff bill, but for
all that there Is every reason to be
lieve he will succeed In what he has
undertaken, because the people are
unquestionably bphlnd him In his ef
fort Those who believe he can be
driven from bis position evidently do
not know the man or appreciate his
record. Mr. Taft has never been given
to bluster, but he Is both persistent
and diplomatic In accomplishing what
ever he undertakes. He made his po
sition clear in his statement that he
voiced the demands of the entire coun
try, instead of a district or state, with
its local Industries, and that he wanted
a bill that was for the best Interests
of all, rather than for those of a sec
tion. It Is this sectionalism which pre
sents the greatest obstacles to reach
ing an agreement in the conference
committee. Certain senators and con
gressmen, who are with the president
In his stand for a general revision of
the tariff downward, still contend for
local industries, and thus complicate
the situation, but there Is no reason
why a majority should not finally get
together on a bill which will meet the
president's approval and prove accept
able to the country.
With all the noise that is being
made, there are really only a few
schedules on which the president and
the conferees are reported to differ
seriously, and, even if rumors are true,
these differences are not irreconcil
able. It Is not to be expected that
senators and congressmen will yield
to the president without protest on
Items deemed of importance, to their
constituencies, but when the smoke
has all cleared away it will be seen
that the president has wta Material
concessions, and that, before he signs
it, the bill will fairly meet his ideas
of what the party promised the coun
try. Uncalled For.
On the excuse 'of providing against
a falling off of revenue from liquor
licenses for next year as a consequence
of the 8 o'clock closing law the school
board has increased its requisition for
a school levy by 2 mills.
Whether the board is Justified in
figuring on a decrease of license money
to the extent it has Is open to ques
tion. It is a fact that for years the
actual revenue from this source has
materially exceeded the estimates
made by the board's financiers, but has
never beep, taken into account by them
to give the taxpayers relief.
Outside of this, however, the board
still persists in taking $25,000 a year
out of the taxpayers' pockets for the
construction account, which has al
ready been provided for by the pro
ceeds of bonds voted at successive elec
tions and still unexpended. The
board's estimate includes, besides this
$25,000, another $60,000 toward the
bond redemption fund, making an an
nual tax of $85,000 for building pur
poses in addition to the bonds that
have been voted. It seems to us that
If the taxpayers put up their share of
the bond redemption fund from year
to year there is no good reason why
they should be loaded down further
with a construction charge of $25,000
The school board's estimate! have
been generally padded and a disposi
tion to reduce the tax burden would
easily accomplish the result, or at
least hold the school levy down to
what It was last year. ' '
Punishing' House Inaurg-ents.
Washington advices are that the so-
called house insurgents will not fare
well in committee places when Speaker
Cannon makes his announcement on
the closing day of the special session.
The insurgents would undoubtedly be
surprised if the reverse should happen.
They made the fight to curtail the
speaker's power and lost, and- could
not expect to b specially favored In
committee distributions. Should they
be, they would be open to a suspicion
of having' recanted and made their
peace with the speaker, and in the end
weaken their Influence in the house.
With the showing made, they are far
more Ukely to continue the fight
Among those said to be under the
speaker's ban are Norrla of Nebraska,
Murdock of Kansas and Davis of Min
nesota, and, as they all had good com
mittee places in the last congress,
there is some speculation where they
will be placed. Speaker Cannon has
been silent on the question, and nei
ther the three men nor their friends
have been able to get an inkling what
is In store for them, and It is Jokingly
predicted that they may be placed
on the committee on acoustics. What
ever Speaker Cannon does, there is
every Indication that both sides to the
controversy Intend to stand their
Defends It Wheat Estimate.
The Department of Agriculture
comes back with a defense of its
March estimate of wheat in farmers'
hands, which was assailed by bull
leaders In the wheat pit during the
May deal. So far as It relates to the
May deal, of course, the showing is
immaterial, except as bearing upon the
reliability of the department's esti
mates. The service costs the govern
ment a considerable sum, and if it
were unreliable It would be more thaa
money wasted, for misleading infor
mation is worse than none.
Taking public elevator and grain
exchange records of stock In sight
July 1 In public elevators and milling
centers, together with consumption
during the four intervening months
as a basis, the department makes out
a strong case in support of its early
figures on grain in farmers' hands,
Indicating the amount was over, rather
than under, the department's estimate.
The department certainly has greater
facilities for ascertaining the facts
than any single dealer or group of
dealers can have, and the discrepancy
between the figures of the government
officials and those of the grain brok
ers was so great that it could not be
accounted for by any ordinary error
The official figures are the only safe
guard the public has against manipu
lative stories, and the showing made
In this case will tend to give them
greater credence In the future under
Campaign Funds in Colorado.
Colorado has a new law regulating
campaign expenses and method of
raising the money, which is exploited
by Governor Shafroth In The Inde
pendent He recommends it as a
means of purifying elections by shut
ting out corporation contributions and
decreasing the amount of available
campaign funds. The plan in brief Is
to pay out of the state treasury 25
cents for each voter, and add to this
40 per cent of the first year's salary
of each office, as an assessment of the
candidate. The state's contribution
under this plan will be $65,250, di
vided between the parties in propor
tion to the vote cast by each, half
going to the state campaign mana
gers and half to the county commit
tees. This would give each party in
Colorado a state campaign fund of
about $32,000, to which should be
added the assessments of candidates.
Some idea of how far the law would
operate to purify elections may be
judged by Nebraska experience. In
other than presidential years the total
campaign funds available to the state
committees of the two parties In Ne
braska do not exceed $10,000 each,
or less than one-third the state's con
tribution to each party in Colorado.
As Nebraska, without woman suffrage,
polled over 6,000 more rotes than
Colorado, with woman suffrage, in
1908, campaigning in Colorado must
be expensive, If the amount set aside
Is considered moderate and assuring
freedom from corrupt elections.
The Colorado law will provide pov
erty-stricken parties with a campaign
fund and enable a party with no show
of election to carry on a campaign to
keep intact party organization, but as
to preventing corruption in elections it
looks more like an aid than a brake.
The decision of Judge Troup sus
pending the provision of the law re
quiring warrants against the county
treasurer to be held ten days to per
mit of protest by taxpayers, Insofar as
it applies against warrants drawn in
favor of the new court house contrac
tor, does not look good to us. The
ten-day limit for delivery of warrants
was plainly intended to safeguard the
taxpayers against treasury raids, with
or without the connivance of their
public officials. It is a good rule,
which has been enforced for many
years, and no reason has been pre
sented why it should be abolished or
exceptions made to It.
Judge Troup seems to think that the
county board can, by contract, suspend
this part of the law by simply inserting
the proper proviso in the agreement.
Of course, everyone who contracts
with, the county does so subject to trie
law, and presumably knowing that he
will have to wait ten days for his
money after any claim is allowed. It
Judge Troup's ruling stands it will de
volve additional responsibility upon
the architect, who alone will be in
position to check up the .estimates of
the contractor in the- interest of the
taxpayers. The ruling of Judge Troup
does not appeal to us as either good
business or the intent of the law.
If either tho . electric lighting
company or the street railway com
pany, both of which have been using
the streets of Omaha for the distribu
tion and sale of electric power, have
no franchises for that purpose they
will have to come to the people asking
for such franchises if they want to
continue in the power supply business.
The decision Of Judge Munger denying
the claim of tho electric light com
pany to a power franchise Is subject to
an appeal and will doubtless be car
ried to the court of last resort The
right of the electrlo light company
to use the streets for this purpose was
originally challenged by the late city
engineer and. the right of the street
railway company to sell power to pri
vate users Is scarcely defended by the
street railway people themselves.
If the city still has these valuable
franchises unissued It should be of tre
mendous importance to our taxpayers
and the city authorities should take
every necessary step to maintain those
rights. If later we should come to the
granting of new franchises it will re
solve itself Into a question of making
satisfactory terms to secure ratifica
tion by popular vote. In the mean
time if the city has anything further
coming to It for unauthorised use of
Its streets without a franchise It
should not waive any of Its legal pre
rogatives. An unconfirmed rumor Is afloat that
Abdul Hamid, the shah of Persia, Cas
tro and Reyes intend te elect Bryan
to honorary membership In the Onb-of-a-Job
club. Never having connected
with the job doea not permit of full
honors, but our distinguished Nebras
kan Is entitled to recognition for try
ing. Annexation sentiment seems to be
growing, not only in South Omaha,
but alao in the smaller suburban
towns that adjoin Omaha. So far as
Omaha is concerned, If there Is any
advantage to be gained from consoli
dation it must be brought about be
fore next year's census.
In view of the campus plan for the
medical department of the State uni
versity which Is to be located In
Omaha, regret Is expressed that no
such plan has been followed in the
construction of the university build
ings at Lincoln, and it is feared that
It Is too late to make the latter con
form to any systematic and artistic de
sign. The only suggestion one can
offer Is to recall the old adage, "It's
never too late to mend."
The geological survey states that at
the present rate of consumption the
petroleum supply of the United 8tates
will not last over fifty years. If It Is
really going that fast there Is hope
that some day the powers that be will
permit the Wyoming oil fields to be
Considerable excitement prevails
over the reported finding of gold on a
Wisconsin farm. Nebraska farmers
have been digging gold out of Ne
braska farms for years, and there is
a good rich color In every panful of it.
The ballot to be used at the coming
primary in Douglas county will be two
and a half feet wide and three feet
long. The next legislature will doubt
less bring It within the provisions of
the nine-foot bed sheet law.
The Federation of Women's clubs
insist that If they must have whisky
they have It straight, but it is fair to
presume they are acting on the advice
of their more expert husbands' clubs.
The Sugar Trust magnates are in
Just about as big a hurry for a vin
dication as Governor Haskell, and
they want it so bad they, too, have
asked to have their trial postponed.
Those African lions are showing a
fine discrimination. When they want
to chase somebody they pick on guides
and porters and discreetly wait until
Mr. Roosevelt is out of sight
Who Cares In Hot Weather.
"We have coal enough to last for 7,830
years to come," announces the Department
of Commerce and Labor. That puts the
department several thousand years and a
few months ahead of the average cttlsen.
Returning- Their Own Product.
To the representative of the distressed
fruit growers of California, over whom
"ruin is impending" if the tariff be re
duced, President Taft good-humoredly
handed a lemon which he can suck at his
Stand Wlthont Illtchtna;.
Bt. Paul Dispatch.
Former United Stages Senator Allen Is
leading the fight against the bank deposit
guaranty law in Nebraska. It is but a few
years since Allen could set within speak
ing distance of a bank without throwing
a denunciation of the Money Power.
A Vindication for Shaw.
Leslie M. Shaw has been vindicated. As
secretary of the treasury he never be
lieved In paying any part of the expenses
of the Panama canal out of current rev
enues. He thought there should be a bond
issue representing Its total cost as an
element of popular education in order that
the great enterprise might be marked suit
ably in the financial history of the country.
While in his time this policy was not
adopted by reason of the redundancy of
money in the treasury, arrangements ere
today making for carrying It out.
Ill-Mannered People at tho Phono.
In Iowa the supreme court has fully
sustained the right . of an undesirable
subscriber to compel a telephone company
to restore their service after It was dis
continued for bad manners. This person
was in the habit of using profanity to
"central," .and he listened to conversations
by neighbors on the same wire. Doubtless
the telephone company as a common car
rier, is bound to serve even 111- mannered
people. This man has promised to reform
his habits and speech. If not, the law
should point out a way to make it profit
able for him to do so
Knock for tho Trusts.
This looks serious for the trusts Secre
tary of War Dickinson's order to General
Henry O. Bharpe, comnilaaary, not to enter
into any contract for supplies with a cor
poration which is a party to any combina
tion in restraint of trade. This seems likely
to affect pretty directly certain beef, food,
clothes and tobacco combinations. If other
departments of the government should take
similar action T The next step is for the
eoretary of war to decide when a combina
tion Is In restraint of trade, and this would
Involve a charge of illegality under the
anti-trust law which the Department of
Justice would have to notice.
DAW Or PUACK.
Modern Knartnea of War Too Terrible
to Praetleo With.
Ban Francisco Chronicle. '
The most reasonable hope of the advent
or universal peace ilea in the terror In
spired by modern engines of war. In
ventors of extraordinary destructive guns
have declared and believed that they ad
vanced the cause of peace by every Im
provement of the machinery for slaughter,
but as heralds of peace the Inventors of
maohlns guns and 112.000.000 battleships are
distanced by the inventors of airships,
smokeless powder, noiseless artillery and
"wireless torpedoes." There is probably
no danger which human courage will not
face if it can be seen and openly opposed.
But no huruuan nerves can bear up under
a rain of murderous shells unheralded by
smoke or sound, and much less the terror
which falls not day or night of explosives
falling from the sky above or torpedoes
driven at the ship by an unseen power
safely established out of reach of the
ship's guns. Smokeless powder is now
adopted for all military perpoees. That
soundless, guns are possible aoeais to have
bean proved. There la no longer any doubt
about workable airships, and, startling as
the proposition sounds, one would be fool
ish to assume that the radius of action of
torpedoes cannot be enormously extended
by wireless electricity. When to the ter
rors of these agencies we add the fear of
universal national bankruptcy, it is not
difficult to believe that the next genera
tion may sea about toe last ef organis4
Around New York
SUpplea eat the Oarreat of Safe
as Bjeea la the Oreat Aaterleaa
KetroBolla from pay te Bay.
About 100 rtrls employed In a tobacco
warehouse on the East Side went on a
strike for Increased wares and modifica
tion of the rules of the shop. The wage
h-icreao was conceded, hut the employers
refnsed to modify tho rule in the manner
demanded by the strikers. After ten flays
of Idleness a mass meeting was held. Two
or three girls talked vehemently In favor
o a continuance, attacked the employers
as tyrants, lamented the wrongs of labor
and worked off considerable socialistic
thunder. The speakers were cheered vo
ciferously and congratulated on their cour
age and vocal skill. When the applause
died away one of the strikers on the edge
of the crowd stood up and spoke her
"That's all right, girls," she shouted.
"For me It's a fifty cents per, with some
thing to eat and fun half of Saturday and
all day Sunday.
"Touse goils can do as youse please, but
as for little me, it s the factory and the
She made a dash for the door and the
socialistic orators were crowded to the
wall In the stampede that followed.
Early morning strollers along Fark Row
In the last few weeks have been wonder
ing whether the government Is maintain
ing a bread line at the postofflce. If you
care to come towndoWn any morning about
t o'clock you are likely to see a line of at
least 100 men stretching from the entrance
at the southeast point of the building, and
now and then you may even see a woman
or two In the procession. They are not
waiting for a handout-at least of early
morning victuals but are there to be sure
of getting their naturalisation papers. So
great Is the rush of applicants nowadays
at the United States circuit court that
many are bound to be disappointed dally,
and tha clerk, John Donovan, haa devised
the scheme of admitting men to the bureau
of naturalisation through this entrance
only. The formation of the line with its
right of succession to the clerk's office
has been the natural result. Although the
bureau Is not opened until o'clock In the
morning, the first man to get his papers
on June 26 had been sitting on a soap box
in front of the building since 10 o'olock
the night before.
Marvels ths New fork Sun: "There has
seldom been a mora notorious scandal con
cerning ths municipal administration of
New Tork than the use of public motor
cars by cfty officials for private purposes,
r.vsrv freauonter ef suburban pleasure re
sorts knows about it Joy rides In auto
mobiles purchased out of the publlo treas
ury and owned by tho municipality are
of constant occurrence. Women are con
tinually conveyed hither and thither In
these vehicles, which are supposed to be
devoted exclusively to the publlo service.
All this goes- on day after day, week after
week and month after month. Yet people
simply laugh and nobody does anything
The returns made by the corporation
tax collectors for the state of Jersey in
June, 1W8, may indicate either one of two
things, or both.
One Is that the period of promoting of
financial schemes has returned, ana ine
other is 'that the large corporations are
arranging a series of small holding com
panies. The fees for the one month for the In
corporation of new companies amounted
to IM.oU. This is the largest monthly re
turn since February 1806. .
There Is no doubt of the Increase of the
number of subsidiary corporations run
ning to a maximum capital of 12, OK) or
$3,000. "These concerns," remarks an of
ficial, "escape notice because of the
smallness of their capitalisation.
"In reality, they are large concerns,
which are being used by the trusts as
holding companies. They escape atten
tion, on the hue and cry that might be
raised if their Intent and purpose were
The slse of New Tork may be guessed
somewhat from the fact that 1,442 deaths
In one week is only a little above normal.
That of these, thirty-two were from sun
stroke, and that It costs 143,420 to buy
pianos for the new school houses to be
opened in the fail. Also the following
One hundred thousand and more chil
dren flocked to the 120 city playgrounds
and recreation centers opened In greater
New Tork the other day. One hundred
and thirty more of theae spots of pleas
ure In city life will be available soon. Tens
of thousands of children will dally disap
pear from their haunts in the public
streets for several months during which
these places are open.
John S. Early, formerly a soldier In the
regular army, who spent a year In quar
antine In Washington, D. C, undergoing
examination for leprosy, will soon be set
free from the New Tork skin and cancer
hospital, wher he has spent the last seven
days. He is entirely cured of his affliction
according to Dr. I Duncan Bulkley, who
declared yesterday that Early had suf
fered from ash-tree poisoning, and not
Dr. Bulkley Intends to take a few more
oultures of the skin, after which he ex
peots to be able to pronounce Early offi
cially free of all symptoms of the dis
ease. If the medical authorities at Wash
ington had taken more care In their ex
amination of the suspect. It was said, he
probably would not have had to undergo
his long confinement. Early contracted
the dlaease while working In a North Caro
lina pulp mill. Ash-tree poisoning was
common among the workers there, he
It la likely that Early will bring suit
against the Washington authorities. He
has nothing to say at present against the
physicians who caused his confinement,
but the trial may be called next fall.
Meant What Ho Said.
New Tork Tribune.
Seven months ago yesterday Judge Taft,
addressing the Ohio society In this city,
said: "Better to have no revision at all
unless we are going honestly and favorably
to revise the tariff on the basis promised
by our parry." President Taft is now show
ing that he meant what he said.
SALT SULPHUR WATER
also the "Crystal Lithium" water from
Excelsior Bprlngs, Mo.. In (-gallon
(.-gallon jug Crystal Lithta Water. .93
-gallea Jug Salt-Sulphur water $2Jt&
Buy at either stare. We sell over 10
kinds mineral water.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Go.
Sixteenth and Do-igs Stt.
Owl Drug Co.
Sixteenth and Harney St
Samuel M. Slebert, aged M, and Mrs.
Slebert. aged M. of Indianapolis, have
been married fit years and both are active
as they were half a century ago.
A lady has died In Mains at the age
of 111. She was careful to Select an cb
ecu re European village as her birthplace
thus making ths facts In ths case hard to
A witness testifies to the sanity of Harry
K. Thaw, giving as a reason tor his be
lief the fact that Thaw has ooased to be
lieve In free silver. It is said that ths
Judge nodded approvingly.
The mayor of Boston Is able to sit up
and take nourishment. The attack of U.O
Boston girls. In which he scored 150 oscu
lations, left few trsces on his butter, only
a hungry look for more.
The most serious charges made by Mrs.
O. C. Kuhner, of Munlce, Ind In her pe
tition for divorce are that her husband
calls her "an old hen" and Is often lata
for dinner, these acta, In her opinion,
amounting to cruel treatment within the
meaning of the law.
A dispatch from Kentucky gives pleas
ing account of the multiplex wedding of
five brothers to five sisters, adding that
the five bridesmaids were sisters of the
brides, and the five best men brothers of
the bridegrooms. It Is refreshing to read
of an episode so diverting and unique, and
yet harmless and devoid of guile.
"Woman is a savage,"
The voice of Wisdom spoke;
Tho human mind has been asleep,
And has but now awoke;
we've been under a delusion,
Bamfooxled by a snare.
For mother's a barbarian
And no good anywhere.
"Woman Is a savage,"
The statement, we deny It;
But, I wonrtor, Oh, I wonder,
How the oracle came by it.
His mother was a savage
Now what do you think of thatT
tshe must have used a slipper;
She ought to have used a slat.
Well, if woman Is a savage.
As the oracle proclaims
Sans Intellect, sans "Alture,
Our dear, respected dames
If mother Is a navase
With a record wholly bad,
Well then, 1 wish he'd tell us
What In Sam Hill la Dad?
Bayoll Ne Trele.
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Location healthful and building fire proof. All athletics, and all carefully supervised.
Write for Ulastratel catalogue.
HARRY N. RUSSELL, Head Master, : : Kearney, Nebraska.
IVentworth Military Academy
Oldest and Largest in Middle West. Government Supervision.
Highest rating by War Department. Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry
Drills. Courses of study prepare for Universities, Government
Academies or for Business Life. Accredited by North Central
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Ideal location near St. Louis. Six modern buildings, rire proof Barracks. Excep
tionally strong academic and military departments. Highest accredited college rela
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KANSAS CITY VETERINARY COLLEGE
Tharnarh and complete courts. Orrat DtBttna (or Graduates f retirionrt, Ttachsrs, lavtatlgstor, tu-
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High standard, attractive) sur
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College preparatory, acadom
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' Certificate admits to Vassar,
Wellesley, Brulth, Mount Holyoke,
University of Chicago, University
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Pull equipment for Instruction
in Domestic Science and Dramatic
Native French and German
Exceptional advantages in music
The Bishop of Nebraska.
rrssldest Board of Trustees.
Bdlta B. Marsdea, M. Ah rrtaoipal.
COnO A alia, frail, school eoa4ct br a
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7 mm " Special Courses. Normal
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Healthful aud Helpful College Hurrounaiiigs.
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nrre limes mir u.rri"--"'";; .w
to b reonrnlred as blessings, said the
ready-made rbH",,1Pn'T'- . ,,
That's a fact." answered the flippant
person. "It s always a sweet relief to me
to discover In the morning that I forgot
to wind tho alarm." Washington Star.
"Now, we've got plenty of money, lfl
and ny brother are going to get a couple
"Perhapses! what on earth are theyT
"Airships. We call 'em thet because
perhaps they'll fir one day and perhaps
they won't the next." Baltimore Amor
loan. "I am a self-made man," remarked the
"Well." answered Clrandpa Whetstone,
"What more Is there tn say?
"That remark about being self-made al
ways requUes explanation as to whether
It Is a brm or an apology." Chicago Record-Herald.
"Whan you have made a statement for
mhloh you are sorry, you should own up
to It," satd the Idealist.
"No," answered Senator Sorghum; "It
Is bad enough to say something you regret
without following It up. with an expres
sion of self-dletrust you are sure to regret
still more." Washington star.
John, what's thlsT"
" v . . i 1 -t . . hpln van f m at In r t ,
lull in. ii v v...,. v
remove superfluous hair from your face,
"Oh, yes; Is this one or those electrical
depilatories I hav read about?"
"Not on your lire; tnat s a saieiy raaor. -Houston
"What makes your youngest son so eager
"Filial admiration." answered the wor
ried looking mother. "He believes all tho
stories his father tells him about the won
derful things he did when he was a boy
and Is trying to equal the record, w asn
That man," said the court onlooker,
"will be convicted surelv. He's making a
very poor lmpreoslon on the witness stand "
"That isn't the defendant," said a lawyer.
"He Just one of the alienists undergoing
cross-examination." Detroit Free frees.
"What did papa say, Oeorge?"
"He said it was too hot to talk nonns"
'14ttt AlA Vim bnnw that V mi u anf w1 In
i i think ne aid."
'And didn't he enoourem you to Bra.
"Yes, he held the door open for me."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
'Ttiv mav 1,ihv tm a vara nhMnannlrt. T
sort of a fellow."
He Is that. I remember one day when
I was with him he said he wished he had
money enough to buy a horse of spirit."
-wen, ne naon t, nut ne said It might
hA ii nria a h HaA oi nn oh . ,.,.. a,
of brandy. Baltimore American.
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MONDAY. SEPT. 13. 1809.
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