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TIIK hKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOIiER, 25, 1911.
Tin: omaiia Daily Bee
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BEPTEM HF.n CtRCCLATlON.
Pate of Nebraska, County of riouglas, .
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(f The Bee Puh;lhlng oompany, being
luly sworn, says that tha avetaKe dally
tlrculation, ! spoiled, unused and re
timed coplrs for the month of Heptember,
B1L. waa 4J.3KS.
Subscribed In my prvaenre and iwurn to
kefnre"me this 2d dny of October, 1911.
(Seal.) ROBERT HUNTER,
Sobsrrlber leavles tha city
temporarily abojM have Tha
Br mailed to them. Addrcaa
will be chanced aa often aa
Nobody has called Senator Stcptaen
lon a tightwad, anyway.
Dane boll will never get ita due
antil they play twelve month In the
No man has dared sitting on the
lid over Atlantic City for fear of an
A little more than a month now
ind Washington comes back on the
How did they ever get the name
if "trusts" when everybody sus
All Abdul Hamld had to do to re
tire from public life was to run back
lo his harem.
Sun Yat Sen la the Chinese revo
lutionary leader. Sounds like that
Currency reform does not trouble
e average citizen so much as some
The regular seasons will open on
providing the world's series has
How could they blame Senator
Stephenson when he signed his
rhecks in blank?
Even before Ty came into fame,
r being, In fact, cob pipes were all
the rage In Georgia.
Vv "Jawge" Fred Williams la back
" in Massachusetts politics. Where is
"Chowles" A. Towne?
If China ever does really wake up,
Japan's finish as the bosa of the
trient will bo easy to see.
Do you notice how many more
beroes there are since Mr. Carnegie
egan distributing his medals?
Last registration Is next Saturday,
Dctober 28. Are you going to be one
if those to exclaim, "I forgot!"
You can figure out for yourself
actress Kate Claxton's age from the
'act that she has confessed to be
Evidently, Senator Hitchcock
aould not feel natural If his paper
ihould stop Its faking and try to
Kick to the truth.
Chairman Underwood concedes
President Taft'a renorolnation. To
Una self, he doubtless concedes it tb.9
rest of the way, too.
New quarters for the Commercial
tlub are now assured. With that
is a leverage the membership of the
Commercial club ought to be brought
ap to 2,000 strong.
Bat Masteraon is suing a New
i'orker for saying that Bat used to
be too free with his shooting irons.
This fellow evidently took Bat at
4 Is word some time or another.
When it comes to a question of
business management and economical
administration, don't overlook the
tad and costly mesa which the demo
cratic county board is giving us.
About a month ago a man started
Irom New York to Sun Francisco in
in aeroplane. If be has luck he will
reach the pacific some time this
lutumn. It (terns too bad to put the
railroad out of business so fast.
When it com is to regents of the
State university, the high character
if the republican nominees, Frank L.
(Jailer and V. G. Lyford, who are
Handing for re-election, la unanK
Biously conceded. The people ex
perimented with a few democrats and
populists on the university board
n e, aud have lo reaaon to expert
The Younj Kan in Politic!.
In a rlty the size of Omaha there
must be, at a rough guess, over 1,000
young men who register and vote for
the first time at each annual elec
tion. The first voter usually re
gards the rag ting of his first ballot
as his Initiation Into politic, when,
as a matter of fact, it begins with
registration when, answering under
oath the questions pertaining to his
qualifications as a voter, he declares
his party affiliation and announces
which political party he wants to be
enrolled with. If he says "republi
can," "democratic" or "socialist," he
puts himself in the membership of
that political party, and limits his
activities In nominating primaries to
the make-up of his party ticket.
The young man of push and en
ergy will register as a republican, be
cause the republican party has shown
that It Is the party of progress and
the only party that does things, and
goes forward. Not only in pant
achievements, but In the present poli
cies and purposes the republican
party must appeal strongest to the
young man who is starting out in
life, and whose aspirations are for
good government on sound lines in
city, state and nation. He should
want to associate himself in politics,
as in business and social life, with
the more enterprising and intelli
gent elements, which here and in fell
northern states unquestionably are
to be found under the republican
The young man who wanta to be
gin right, will register as a republi
The Anthrax of the Situation,'
The German chancellor has told
the Reichstag that Germany must
look within its own borders for Its
solution of the high-cost-of-llvlng
problem, since Russia and America,
the two natural sources of supply.
are impossible because of the prev
alence of anthrax and Texas fever
among their cattle. Some of our
American rangers have had to do
with Texas fever, though it is far,
very farfrom being prevalent and
anthrax has only begun to bo heard
of in the cattle country. Only a few
duys ago there were published re
ports of cattlemen being puzzled
over a new disease called anthrax,
which by consulting Webster they
found it to be. "an Infectious and
usually fatal disease among cattle."
The chancellor's Insight Into the
American live stock situation, is evi
dently as clear aa the average under
standing of the cauBes of the univer
sal high cost of living. The puzzle,
whatever it may be, is tho "anthrax"
of the present economical situation.
It is interesting to note that the Ger
man chancellor contends that condi
tions In that country are "not essen
tially bad" and lays the blame for
any fault upon the retailers and po
ltlcal opponents of the government.
That same definition might have
been fitted onto conditions in the
United States. While this high cost
of living la universal, In each coun
try there are contributory local
causes such as the chancellor has
pointed out. That Is why the cry
for the abolition of certain tariffs
strikes false upon so many ears. If
these tariffs were abolished or cut
to the desired level, it Is still not
certain If the consumer would reap
the benefit. It would more probably
be the middleman, at tho chancellor
tells Germany. And yet Von Beth
mann Holweg leaves off without un
covering the prime cause of tho ab
normal prlcs or proposing a remedy.
Land for the Landless.
The parcelling out of 3,000 farms
to as many persons in the Rosebud
and Pine Ridge reservations of South
Dakota calls attention once more to
the vastness of the west and Its
splendid opportunities to the man
and woman looking for a chance to
get on. In the method adopted for
dlNposlug of this particular strip of
land there may be much to criticize,
but underneath that lies the impor
tant fact that 43.3S8 acres of tillable
soli have been apportioned among
worthy, enterprising people.
The land needs these people and
they need the land. Many of them,
perhaps, are already in or near this
section, but some ajp not and will
be thus drawn to the land. It means
new homes, new markets, new In
dustry every time the government
parcels out a strip of this western
soli. It is another draft, though not
very heavy, upon the centers of con
gested population. But its reach
goes much further than merely to
those fortunate ones who get the
quarter sections of land. It goes to
those who would like to own a farm
and to those who had never before
thought of getting one.
But the west haa other land that
can be certainly obtained upon dif
ferent and yet equally as satisfac
tory terms. It Is well enough to let
these land drawings call our atten
tion to the immense areas of u ".oc
cupied land available for settlement
under favorable conditions in any
and all of these western states.
There is room out here for so many
millions of people it would be idle
to attempt to estimate the number.
Take eight of these states Ne
braska, North and South Daktoa.
Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon
and Washington and their com
bined population Is only 6,015,316.
Just a little more than the population
of Greater New York. Remember
ing ita vast dominions, one can ap
preciate what the west haa to offer
and what a part It Is going to play
In the great drama of emplre-bulld-Ing,
only the prologue of which has
thus far been presented.
The Sheriff ! Office.
For the very Important office of
sheriff, the voters of Douglas county
will make no rolRtake in choosing
Fred Hoye, the republican nominee,
over his democratic opponent.
Mr. Hoye is a responsible build
ing contractor, who has served twice
as city councilman, and la now a
member of the Fire and Police board.
As a business man Mr. Hoye Is self
made, having worked his way up
from the trade of a bricklayer to
where ho has erected many of the
principal business blocks and dwell
ings of Omaha, and employs hun
dreds of men at good wages. His
standing as a business roan is good,
and his reputation for honorable
dealing of tho highest. ,
Mr. Hoye's record In the city coun
cil, to which he was twice elected by
handsome majorities, is one of fear
less standing up for the people as a
whole,' as against grasping private
interests, grafting paving contractors,
and greedy franchlsed corporations.
His record as a police commissioner,
to which he was also elected by a
handsome vote, Is a continuation of
his good record In the council. No
ono can truthfully , question that as
sheriff Fred Hoye will administer
the office with impartiality, courage,
fearlessness and fidelity to tho pub
llc and be the real sheriff and no
The Task of Getting a Jury.
Exactly the same thing is being
attempted In tho impaneling of the
McNamara jury at Los Angeles that
has been done without time In this
country placing a premium upon
Ignorance. Should twelve men be
found In IOg Angeles county who
either had not become familiar with
the Times dynamiting case through
the newspapers or otherwise, or had
formed no opinions upon the case,
what would be gained thereby?
Would not a dozen men of alert In
telligence and decision be more
likely to pass correctly on the facts?
, One of the veniremen testifies that
he has read 0,11 about the case and
formed his own conclusions, but that
in spite of this, he could render a
fair decision upon the law and evi
dence and would require the samo
proof before coming to a conclusion
as he would were hla mind not made
up beforehand. But that man is re
jected, though the presiding Judge
considers him fit to serve. It seems
to ua the premium should be placed
on intelligence and Integrity,' not on
slothful Indifference, which are
parts of Ignorance.
Moreover, the temptation is irre
sistible to distrust a man who says
that he had not pursued this par
ticular case far enough to form some
oplnlv about it. The most that
can reasonably be hoped for In a
Jury is to get men of average mind
and honesty who cannot be thumb
screwed or hoodwinked away from
what they conscientiously believe to
be the truth and Justice. Surely
these qualifications are not possessed
only by the Ignorant and thoughtless.
A group of very estimable gentle
men who often' neglect to register.
and seldom vote, have suddenly dis
covered after two registration days
have passed and two-thirds of the
off-year vote Is registered, that with
out their efforta the election Is likely
to go by default,. The Bee and other
newspapers have been pounding vtg
orously on the voters to register, and
all the party organizations have been
busily at work to the same end. and
with these additional recrulta for
drumming them up, anyone who falls
to come in must be either deaf, dumb
and blind or wilfully perverse.
Mr. Bryan is touring every part of
Nebraska in the Interest of his can
didacy for delegate to the next demo
cratic national convention, except
this Second congressional district.
Is this district solid for Bryan with
out further attention? Or is it so
far gone that no amount of effort
will recover it for him? What's the
Our high-minded Senator Hitch
cock seems to be very much afraid
that some day somebody will sue In
the name of the state for the recov
ery of the Bartley loot, some of
which he admits having In his pos
session. There Is an easy way to set
his conscientious scruples at rest by
simply putting It back.
The city council la distressed that
the school board ticket Is not going
ou the voting machine, while tho
school board's answer Is that the
paper ballot facilitates the voting by
women. No reflection on the intelli
gence of the women voters, we trust.
I.ooklx far Troable.
Tha Texas cattla men ara organizing to
fight tha packer. They aay there la a
profit of KO per cent made between the
tlma cattla leave their handa and reach
tha oonaumer'a table. They propose to
set a larger slice of It. No one aeema
to have an Idea thnt It might he possible
fur tha consumer alo to aava a little on
Kevet Row tm Hrare Herasu
A row In the Peace Bureau at Berne
between the Italian dnlegatea, who are
against war In general but favor war with
Turkey In particular, and their colleagues
of other nationalities, simply goes to
prove that there la a good deal of human
nature elUl subject to arbitration.
Booking Itad ward
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U tferl OCT. 25. 1., m r. j
Thirty Years A
lhe Sana Ceranionle club held tha sec
ond party of Ita eeaton at Standard ha.l
tonight' with a general attendance pres
ent, Including- the Mleaes McConnell, Cal
derwood, O'ltlley. Kimball. I'hllly and
Mary Morgan, Lottie Congdon of Chicago,
Van Uorla, Sharp, Lake. Wilbur, lirady.
Lowe, Connell, IJama and Smith, and
Mxra. Carrier, 11. W. and Arthur 8axe,
S. C. Morgan, Hos, Deuel, Millard, John
son, Beach, Bennett, Sweeiy, Kimball,
P. M. Chalwlck, I Ills, Dave Wella, Will
Wilbur and J. F. Tousey.
Meaera. C. C. lloueel, C. 8. Chaao and
II. O. Clark have gono as delegates from
the Omaha Board of Trad to represent
Nebraska's Intereeta at the national riv
ers convention at St. Louis.
The special car of Manager Touialln
of tha Burlington waa attached to tha
Wentbound Union l'aclflo train today.
Superintendent lloldrege waa on board
with a friend, Mr. C. 8. Maurloe, an iron
bridge manufacturer of Pennsylvania,
wlUi dogs and guns destined for Rogers
station, at which place they expect to
go on a hunt for game.
The city council had a big grist of rou
tine business, among other things a pe
tition from T. C. Bruner to. have the
streets at the Intersection of Blxteentii
and Capitol avenue graded to' a level.
from Krtd Lange asking reimbursement
for damage to his wagons on account of
bad condition of strflets; a bill from C.
d. chase for WOO for compiling city ordi
nances; a protest from property owners
against the bad condition Of the Intersec
tion of Ninth and Far nam streets ;a reo-
lution by Alderman Corby to remove
3.0UO yarda of earth from Sixteenth anu
Harney to Howard.
Among the jurors drawn In the United
Stutes court for the November term are.
these names of Omaha people; F. D.
Cooper, Androw Borden, Kllas Emery,
Oeorge E. Barker, W. 11. C. Stephenson.
A heavy fog followed by a deep blue
huxe enveloped the city all. the forenoon,
the thermometer at Max Meyer' reach
ing 00 at noon, the highest ' for two
Tho Western Newspaper! Union, which
was burned out some time ago, la In Its
new brick block at Twelfth and Harney.
General W. Merrltt and wife are stop
ping at the Withnell house.
Morlts Meyer left for Colorado and
Miss Sherman, a niece of General Sher
man, passed through Omaha on her re
turn from San Francisco.
Edward Walsh, one of Omaha's promi
nent contractors, was married to Miss
Lettie Crane of this city, and entertained
a select party of their friends at 203 How
ard street. The time was pleasantly en
livened by some capital songs and recita
tions, both In English and German, and
the party, broke up at a seasonable hour.
Mrs. C. S. Chase accompanied Colonel
Chase to St Louts.
Twenty Years Ago
Hon. Thomas Majors of Peru was at
George F. C'anls, editor of the Saratoga
(Wyo.) Hun came In with reports of lively
doings In tho Oold 1(111 district.
Rev. T. J. Mackay at All Saints'
Episcopal church preached a sermon on
the text that "The Sabbath la Made for
Man," and urged men to use It as a
day to rest and recruit their tired bodies
and then go to church and thank the
Lord for the day. Rev. A. W. Lamar at
First Baptist church pleaded for Sab
hath obxervance and said that Omaha
was driving away Its best preachers be
cause they could not get a hearing for
John Haunter's Jewelry store was at
tached to the A. D. T. burglar alarm and
at midnight the alarm sounded. Officer
Bloom and a clerk of the atore hastened
there, but found the wires crossed and
A man giving the name of Charles
Alton waa arrested on Tenth street. On
him were found some papers which re
vealed his Identity as Morgan and upon
Investigation Jailer Hafey found him to
be a fugitive from Justice, said Justice
residing in Richmond, Mo.
II. Wade Ulllls of Tekamah waa at the
Mrs. R. O. Fillows and Mrs. J. K.
Thomas were at the Millard.
Ten Years Ago
Mrs. i:. II. Sprague gave a charming
luncheon to twelve women guests.
Mrs. Charles Clapp gave the first really
large tea of the season from 4 to ( at
her home. 1128 South Thirty-first street.
Mrs. W. D. Kelley and Mrs. Horace O.
Burt presided in the dining room and
Mrs. Ctupp waa further assisted by Mrs.
Coutant, Mrs. Guthrie. Mrs. Ogden, Mrs.
Jordan, Mrs. Davis, Miss Llndsey and
Judge W. C. Ives, Judge E. R. Duffle
and Jamoa E. Kelby left for Newport to
Jamea Calahan, the alleged kidnaper of
F.ddle Cudahy, In collaboration with the
Hon. P. Crowe, petitioned the district
court to give him some other Judge than
Ben 8. Baker to try his case.
The Volunteer league of the Toung
Men'a Christian association entertained
Dr. Y. 8, Ament, a missionary from
Brad r. Slaughter, paymaster of the
Department of the Missouri, announced
he would sail for Manila November 6.
James M. Glllan received a message
from San Diego, stating that Mrs. Ull
lan waa very tow with appendicitis.
People Talked About
Dr. Wiley, official pure food booster,
persists In piling up trouble. Having
thrown out a ' few thrills by asking,
"What Is whisky T" and "What la beer?
he turns light-heartedly to the greatest
mystery of all, "What la mince maatT"
Senator Bailey of Texaa will be content
to lose himself In private lite If one of
two editors Is appointed hla successor.
The Houston Post stands perpendicular
and boldly challenges the lightning.
Two of the primary candidates for
United States senator In Arlsona filed
instructive schedule of eajtnpalgn ex
pence a. The socialist didn't apend a eent
and the democratic aspirant admits blow
ing In tin. In the balmy state the same
Two death from heart failure and one
attempted suicide are traoed to the defeat
of the Utaiita and the humiliation of
Matliewsou laat Tuesday, The number
of fatalities due to the epldemlo of cold
fet-t will never be known.
This is a Republic
Mr. Bryan Sharply Called
Dawa fee Making rreoe
terone rtellslen Claims.
New York Evening Journal, October 15.
A reader sends, clipped from the Ne
braska State Journal of October 9, a
peech made by Mr. W. J. Iirvin on
October S at a Toung Men's Christian
association Sunday morning breakfast.
we reproduce the particular part of
the speech, which was sent ua with
request for our opinion concerning It.
Mr. uryan said:
"Suppose that we take a census of this
community. Suppose that we put In one
group all of the men who openly declare
ineir allegiance to the Christian rhurrh
Gather all of these In one group and put
in anotner oil of the others. We would
find that the first fi-rouo cont.inH ih
men who are the life of the community.
in it would be practically everv mnn
Is exerting a force In the community's
progress. In the other group we would
find the worthless, the criminal, the
degenerate, the men who are a burdon
to society rather than an n- .u-
Christian group comprises the salt of
me wona, the salt of the country, the
alt of the community."
First, we should sav that Xir nn..
probably did not say what he meant, or
Q'O not quite realise that what
he said would attract attninn .....u.
of Young Men's Christian association
It la, Of course. nranmta.Ai,. . ....
that the group In any community of
"men who openly declare their allegiance
to the Christian church" would contain
in meir group "practlcallv
who Is exerting a force in th.
And It Is much more nm,t.,,.
ay "In the other group we would find
ine worrmiess, th criminal, the degen
erate, the men who ara a. hur.i. .
clety rather than an aid."
Mr. Bryan does not aerloualv m..n i,.
a man cannot be a good cltlxen unless he
be a devout believing and professing
This, to becin with. wnuM .i.
good cltlaenshlp all of the Jews In the
k...m niuies. Ana tho most narrow and
bigoted victim of race prejudice or re
llglous prejudice would scarcely go as
far as that.
Mr. Bryan ometlmes speaks of him
self as a Jeffersonian democrat. And he
very often lauds in h. .1,1 m
-" x nonius
Jefferson. Yet Mr. Bryan's heresy clnssl-
..tu..n wouia include Mr. Jefferson
among "the worthless, the criminal, the
degenerate, the men who are a burden to
society rather than an aid."
For Mr. Thomas Jeffennn -.,
th9 declaration on Independence, was
... n-nnsuan, and every student of
history knows that. Thomas Jefferson
was an agnostic. He was Influence
very much by the French school of en
cyclopedists. bV Voltftlr. 4ll.nv...
- " nicuiutni,
Rousseau and the others.
He modelled his declaration of Inde
pendence upon an oration which t.
rates, teacher of nrn... ...
- wj i Aniens,
And. Thomas Jefferson, when In the
cabinet of Oeorge Washington, dealing
with a Mohammedan potentate who re
fused to have anything to do or make
any treaties with Christians, pointed out
distinctly and emphatically in one of his
state papers addressed to that potentate
that the United States was not a Chris
tian nation, that It hud no religion, and
that, therefore. It might make treaties
with the Mahommedan sultan without
compelling that sultan to deal diplomat
ically with Christians.
It may interest Mr. Bryan to know
that this letter of Thomas Jefferson, and
this statement of the fact that ours Is
not officially a Christian nation was
used as an argument as recently as n the
administration of Mr. McKlnley In deal
ing with the sultan of Sulu through the
sultan of Turkey, and perhaps In other
Thl Is a republlc-and It Is nothing
It la not a Mohammedan republic.
It l not a Protestant republic
It Is not a Catholic republic.
It Is not a republic of atheists, fortu
nately, since the atheist Is the dullest
among those that consider themselves In
telligent. Thla la a republic based upon equal op
portunities, official recognition of the
sovereignty of the Individual and hi
rlghte, and distinctly forbidding any of
ficial recognition of any God or faith or
When this country waa established the
father of the country were dealing with
King George, dealing with questions of
taxation, dealing with questions to be set
tled here on earth.
And In their great wisdom they dis
tinctly forbade the mixing of religion
with government, law, politic.
And they guaranteed the right of every
man to recognise and worship any LMvln.
Ity agreeable to hi own personal taste
as long a he did not Interfere with the
right of other.
So far aa the laws and the constitution
go, thl republic I no more Christian
than it Is Jewish, no more Jewish than it
I Zoroastrlan, and no more Zoroastrlan
than It Is Christian Science.
Mr. Bryan may believe that Christian
ity la the religion of good men. that other
religiona are the religions of "the worth,
less, the criminal, and the degenerate."
That belief Is not unusual In deeply
religious minds especially among those
of simple heart and childish ignorance.
Every Buddhist, of course supposing
htm to have grown up In Ignorance and
egotism In a small corner of tha world
believe that hla religious belief contains
all that Is worth while.
And th dancing dervish believe that
of Ms religion. And the fire worshipper
believes It. and the poor African ham
mering his head on the ground In front of
a painted idol believes It also.
In thl republic, fortunately, Mr. Bryan
has a perfect right to believe whatever he
W feel safe In saying, however, that
upon request he would modify the state
ment which he made and which we pub
lish, and will admit that a man need
not be a professed Christian In order to
be a good American.
Many ef ua, rejoicing In proved faith
regret that Jefferson waa not a good
Christian, that Benjamin Franklin was
not a Christian, that Thomas A. Edison
doe not accept the Christian faith.
And many more ef us regret atlll more
that among the politician that do pro
fees absolute faith In the Christian dogma
many ore hypocrites.
Nob ef ua. It I to be hoped -ve
the rank of the microcephalic idiot,
imagines for a moment that those who
Tall "openly to declare their aileglanc
to the Christian church" belong to a
group containing all "the worthless, the
criminal, the degenerate.''
This I a republic, recognising no relig
ion, keeping religion carefully out of
public matters, from the lawmaking
bodies to the public schools, keeping
church and state separate, and for that,
in the name of the church and the state.
God be praised.
The Score's the Thing;.
Until the base ball championship has
been decided base ball will be the para
mount Issue before the country. Taft
may orate. La Follette may, Insurge, th
Turks may lambast the Italians or the
Italians the Turks, the Chinese may de
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The liar of Badajos says tho royalists
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Judge from Lisbon dispatches a. Portu
guese royalists can be dlstlnqulshed from
a mule at some distance by hi greater
length of ear. '
I always feels
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A feeling of sadnes accompanies th
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tively elderly people, should be long,
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Tt was JuM after the apple episode in
' How fortunate It occurred at this sea
son of the year," remarked Eve, "when
the leaves are of such stunning hades."
Thereupon she picked herself a new
gown. Detroit Free Prefs.
"That old millionaire Is ao doubled up
with rheumatism he can scarcely move."
"Humphi There's no lack of agi:s
movement on hi part when It comes to
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"What magnificent scenery and cos
tumes you find at the opera now."
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getting to be something worth while.
They give you something to look at while
you'ie waiting for them to get through
with all that mulc." Washington Star.
"But for my ears being In the way, I
could wear one of these very high col
lars." "Too bad; but stick to your ears, girl.
They may be unfashionable now, but you
may need 'em In your old age to hook
your spectacle over." Louisville Courier
Journal. "Do you know what was the real
trouble with Ananias?"
"What was It?"
"Ho tried to make lie-abilities out of
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"Isn't your a thankless Job?" gurgled
the Sweet Young Thing.
"Yes," sighed the big league umpire.
"I sometimes think that If It wasn't for
the twenty-five plunk or so that I get
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