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THK BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1912.
The. Omaha daily Bee
A Most Interesting Point
A most Interesting point of con-
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TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION,
Sunday Bee. one year.........- -
fcsturday B. on year..... ....
Deli? Bee 'without Sunday, oee year
fceliy Bee ami Sunday, one "'r;-
PBXIVERED BT CARRIER
tv.nin i with Kuuday). per roo.
rJly bee (including Sunday). Pr JJ"
erection and operation in soein
Omaha of an independent water sup
ply for the stock yards end pecking
In the petition filed by the Water
Oirsha B Editorial Denartmcnt
I. a. x dhaa. law Mtn.
fciiiv Be. (Without Sunday!, per nvv-.jao Doara 11 IS s up u.- . -
Address u complaints or irreruL.nu i f j power end anthortty to ac
ta delivery City O.rcu ..ton DepU. , . . ..,,.
ntii i ! .. i quire uio
Remit bT draft, express or postal .
payable to The Bee ruoiiwini " ' w.tci - --
lUSTUXSt KSSnt. eVK". surrounding the limlu of the city of
rapt on Omaba an eastern exchange, not Omaha grants an exclusive right not
Ttea- mrr-a t k inTuriiul bT env grant by the
OBiaha-The Be. Buiidii f 0maha end, presumably.
council biuMs-ts Rco'tt fit. by any other city or Tillage within
"u.'"?.! " the ten-mile limit. '
fiew.wTThrny-thjri The constitution of the state or
athinnon-TS "tJlSjUJ ?u H Nebraska prohlblta the legislature
sicaYions' relating i (o T"2 from enacting any special legislation
snouiu I . , l.i ,4n.v kt
conicmug UUM, " v
franchisea to any association, cor
poration or individual, and It Is gen
erally understood that no fraaehlsed
mrno ration providing any public
Dwtebt Wtlltair circalatloa mana'r . r.n 1-rallT claim. Cl
ef the Bee Publishing comui. -TV - . . .
dV sworn, says ."JfJ clusire rights. It goes without say-
,CuX7copieao" tbTinonth ot lm- ,ng( therefore, that any effort on the
part of tha Omaha Water company to
prevent the erection or operation of
a water plant In South Omaha oa
the ground that It had exclusive fran
chise would be rigorously eombaUed,
but whether the rule ot exclusion can
be maintained by the city In Its
corporate capacity will hare to be
decided by the courts.
Assuming that the Water board has
exclusive and , paramount authority
best, purpose In breaking up this
form of high toned outlawry.
Etate of Nebraaka. County of ';
fcer, 1911. '
tttiWrfrsM In my V" " w1r,
llee emalle .
will fce caaai
,aeaea. ' (
learlasr the ey
r4 'ea' Wte' -''
The Grim Carnival Avaiii On.
The annual aviation la on at Los
Angeles, haying etarted out aus
nlclonsly with the first Tictim on the
.ui.j irh. ornwMa ara dailr In-1 sumrtaa party en the occasion of Bis
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. ... . ii. .a ..l(orty-eeooiMi Mruoay.
creasuu, rv. iu. w.r'
thing points to the most successful vtilM a mt9 Di the rtvar bot
oarnlTal yet held. The mlcVwinterl for which the Union Pactfto and
narada Dales away Into I the Burllnstoa Mlaaoun awe nchtlng.
.... I rk. tMMl nf IVul. kM AmMAtJl HR W4-
monotonona tameness wnen mis
grim lesuvai eewuia. ' 1 oommittee la charse are: Arrusenwita,
scented the sweet aromas . or tne jnha Evans. John a. Brady. Joha A. Me-
roses are now dilated with the crisp Bhaiw, John a. Wakefield, t. w. t.
air of real) excitement. Evay nerve aicharda, Joseph n-eeir Max m.w;
. . " Vw . ., ., iwoaptlen, H. T. Clarke. John MeCermlek.
tingles with the exhilarating touch Hlmtbkuk, r s coipeuer-,
of the surcharged osone. For this is toasts. Jobs Evans, H. B. Evans, N. B.
tha dar Loe Angelans. always pleas-1 Falconer.
are bent, have waited whole year "k. a wan
I it neneaaa Jrlen m Aene Kei a
nouacee that he Is prepared to giver after
Che meet approved rnetoode, leeeone m the
German Uuigiiace. AppUoattons received
at Palmer A C apothecary. Twelfth and
Douglas, or J. L Irueauf s book store oa
rarnam street between Tenth and Kev
in occidental terms. Premier Tuan oyr goutb. Omaha and other texrl-
Shi Kal Is playing both ends to tbel torjr the ten-mile limit, the
middle. question whether it may exercise that
newer before It has Don eelon ot a
Butter has gone up cents ana u.ewi,, b Involved.
Slipped bsck 3 cents. Note a net - u certainly could not Insist npon an
What is that, one aviator Wlledt
Nostrils dilate the more, nerves tin
gle anew. The thing is a howling
success, for, see, the crowd, how It
comes, the gate receipts, how they k,,
grow. But it is not oniy ws An
geles, this city of elrio pride and a
good deal of virtue and prodigious I
enterprise, that thus with stole mad
ness, halls the grim folly of men
crease of 1 cent a pound.
For clearing the streets of snow
and Ice the weather man beats the
Whole street department.
When It takes possession of. Its
new quarters the Commercial club
ought to swarm not less than 1,(00
exclusive right to supply water to
South Or. aha unless it were la posi
tion to meet legitimate' demands It
self. The aame considerations would
hsve to be met In Dundee, Benson
and the entire suburban areel should
a local water supply be deemed de
sirable pending extension ot the
Teungblood Rail of Atlanta. Ga are
la the dty buying meat (or shipment
the southern seaboard. One ear par-
chased from Bard sad one from Harris
Fisher were forwarded today.
The state agency tt the John Haneock
risk In their Uvea for a price; It Is Ufa Instomaca eempeay of Maaaai
every American city where such ex-t" 5tJBVM? ingion comepondent of the ntwhugh
' If this thing keeps on. an examina
tion test In letter writing wilt some
Steel Trut Disintegration.
If the government divorces tne
a., k. . n,Mnui.ita to congressional I ore carrying railroads from the steel
industry in me isso reaious, n win
be following a principle established
"There will be no real reason tor gome years ago and practiced in the
ice shortage next gummer." case of the anthracite carrying roads
News Item, What's Us need ot a I as well as other raiiroaas in tne
"real" reason f f west, which owned coal along their
I lines. Commissioner of Corporations
Omaha Is to have two new postal smith, therefore,, proposes nothing
stations, slso one new postmaster, for BeW or revolutionary In hla reeota-
whlca patrons of the pcetoffloe will mendatlon.
be truly grateful. " It la now generally understood
I that the Steel trust completed Its
For $7.60 and costs you 'can Hn eesa of integration and monopoly
asult an Inoffensive pedestrian with ,n tcqnuitioa ot the raw matsr-
a deadly weapon, provided yon are aiy,, ore and the most striking
democratic deputy sheriff. I feature of the 8mlth report and
recommendation to congress Is In
this fsct and the showing that "It
was not through superior ability, ef
flctency or foresight, but simply
through superior command ot capital
as a' result of combination, that en
abled the Steel trust to monopolise
the Industry and do away with com
petition, , as Mr. . Carnegie, himself.
admitted it did.
Chamo Clark la to have another now,- it is lounu wax oy wnnoin
onoortunltv. Chsmp'a trouble Is that Uon practical monopoly supersedes
t,. k. kerf im. .f nnnortunttiea. but competition' ana produces exces-
f.iied to meseure no to them. H" Profits for the Steel trust.
Prior to -this integration mere was
Dr. Wilson Is the teacher. Colonel competition without monopoly, Dts-
llarvty, the boy who wrote an essay Integration Is therefore called for
praising "teacher," and Colonel down to the point where the natural
Wattersoa, the monitor who told." benefits In the way ot efficiency snd
I . -a
in operation tnat
hlbitlons hsve yet been held. It is
the dishonor of each that the
volume of patronage has swelled
with death's lengthening toll. What
occurred in Denver ana eisewnere
last rear, even In model Kansas, is
not quite out ot mind.
The young man killed the other
day at Los Angeles, had Just pro
cured his license as a professional
flyer. Hla death was attributed to
his recklessness, and from accounts
be oertalnly was reckless, but men
who have been leas so have fared no
better. One by one they have frit
tered away their lives and that, too,
without advancing the science of
aerial navigation perceptibly. It ap-
One can tell from the very tone
of hla voice when be says, Competi
tion is dead," that Mr. Carnegie Is
not among ths mourners.
There would be fewer anll-Taft
men In this country it ths man In
the White House did not Insist so
strongly on being president.
The government finds that niost from "legitimate combination ' would
of the gold brick artiste who defraud I be preserved. It wlU be denied, of
the malls mingle In high society. Murse, that tha Bteet trust resorted
Just a Up to the rough neck porch to this Integration for any purpose
climber. ' I of f excessive" profits, but the gos
ernment's Investigation would seem
If turn about is fair play, Senator t0 ' justifr and reeuire further ac-
Ln Follette ought to say a few kind tion to secure adjudication if
words to encoursge the csndldscy of disintegration Is resisted.
Senator Cummins for the presidential
Gold-Bricken on the Eon.
Promoters of fraudulent schemes
Nebraska aas that wiuon le out or tne .,, to v... obtained 177.000,
.l.ui k. K.. wtiAm ta Hat-nee I r
Weekly .-Philadelphia Record. I m "e yeuuo wwrw rut
Qh, do, Nebraska did sot say that; business by exclusion from the malls
Mayor "Jim," who also ran tor gov
ernor last year, said that
Our Congressman tobeck la also
to have competition for nomination
la the democratic primary, but wlth ,nd destroyed Is not known.
during the year ending June 10,
1011, according to the figures Issued
by the poetofflce Inspection depart
ment. How many millions are repre
sented In those frauds not ret di
bis "great record of achievement at
will bid defiance to all comers.'
-Overcoat Thieves Get Twenty
Dsys oa Rocks." Headline. The fel
low who lost his overcoat when the
mercury was It below aero, prob
ably thinks !t ought to be twenty
These stupendous figures are them
selves the most imposing argument
that can be offered for the Im
portance of this work. They are
also somewhat of a commentary
upon the gullibility of the American
people. These people, the victims ot
the faker, by the)? multiplicity and
credulity make the task ot the gov
ernment very strenuous. Most any
kind of gold brick may be sold
through the mails and It has been
exceedingly hard to trace down the
culprit who thus employs the malls
for fraudulent purposes. But the
government set to work a few years
The little weekly sheet tor whose
printing end distribution the C1U
ens union la paying, carries In its
last, issue a fine boost tot- Mayor
vJlm." aad an d for 'Jeff" Bedford.
Are these reform straws?
Ha. it "craeTto this, that every witfl TiB determination
publication that refuses to .yell Its break this t raffle If possible. During
head off for some new Boiler of XOV-lla' "
i. ..t.n k. u.,n and Indicted U end convicted- 114 of
therefore Its suonort is a detriment 4" eonncteo
, .k- . e-.iT i.t nome oi usee law violators nave
been in toe roil n ess ror many years.
My. but what a lot of patriots,! have moved in high social aad bust
who-have been glad of a chance to nees circles, coneeallng the precise
ears f 1400 to $1,600 a year, have I nature ot their work, and their very
suddenly raised toei- selt-raluatJoa air of respectability has been their
to M.S04 and the official title of chief means of protection against
'councilman' ander the eomuUssloa suspicion. But they will find It
Bias, ot government (harder treat now oa to use Uncle
' C0MPIU-D rWMPUnW'
Sam's malls for illegal purpose. The
raid the government has made andj
is making is a mighty boon, not only
invest, but to legitimate buriness
and tbe ordinary Investor. Many
lines of sound securities snd good
tangible property have suffered In
repute by comparison and confound- j Thirty Ti
lng with these fakes. Of course. If The Terpetooriae reb party deaed Its
this were not true, the fakir would pre-Lenteo. aertea at Standard halt
. . j.j . Amour those nreaejit were Mr. and Mrs.
not oe in nusmess; u u- . - Mr. and Mrm. joh.
hsve the real article to Imitate he I Dlvl Mr Mra. luurlee SuiUvan.
could not sell his gold bricks. Heavy itr. sad Mrs. T. I. Flrnnonie, Mr. ami
..l.i. ..d aerift luetlra in every Mrs. Mello. Mtawe Kennedy. McNamara.
instance will eerv. the government-. ? - "ULT't
Carfrey, Thomas Murphy, P. R. Bwrft, Ed
O-Heam. Chsrtee Whlea, John Cameroa,
T. a Coffey. It T. Rckaky. John Mo
Caffray, Ed Murphy, C. J, Smyths, Ed
Murphy. T. C. Shelby, W. J. Anders, Fred
Cole, F. W. Clair, p. K. Cottar, R. Deno-
Judge IJppuicott was the victim of a
aai CemelHaawa Obi I n
at the Xallea'i Gagdtal
Old timera la the United States seaate
who see the elective handwriting oa the
wall, pout to Senator Stepheoeon's lav
ish exsenae MR as aa Indication ot what
confront! them whew the primary and
direct election succeeds the present sys
tem of election by leglamturea. Tbe pri
mary system, they say. Is so eiuaber
some. depending upon tbe separate votes
of tha whole strength of the party, that
any eommamcaUoa te the votere or any
attempt to get them to ths polls be
come esArmeualy expensive. "I remem
ber," said a senator quoted by the Kew
York Times correspondent, "a southern
eenator coming to me from a democratic
state with a primary system ot nomina
tion. Ordinarily be was so sure of elec
tion that ha made ao effort, but this
time a prehlbtttonlet democrat took the
betd, and It became net! inry tor the
senator to make sure that his friends
realised that they must vote that year.
He came to toe end aaMi I am worth
PMSk Already I have put up an,
merely te tell my frieoda that I need
them, sad 1 suppose I'll have ta put. up
another Sft.t te get them to the polls.'
"Yet not a cent of that was spent dis
honestly. It did not change a single
It merely brought the votes out.
This talk of the popular ehotce to all
right, but It seems to ma that it the
Mil for the popular eieetloa of
senators Is paieed sad primary nomraa-
tisns obtain, the senate will be
of a Billionaire's club than Mr. Cooler
Bardea Seed CsaBMaemoa,
Adam Brown Uttlepage, the West Vlr-
glulan oongiiMiiiisii who wrote such an
elaborate and nattering biography of
himself when be first oarae te osngreas
for the oongraealwnal directory whtca be
boiled down te tour lines n the latest
directory was telling a crowd ot his
stttuents about the efforts of the
to reduce the coat of living.
Uttlepece has a alight Impediment m ms
peeeb. but Ms remarks wen eubetan-
ttatly ss follows, eooordtng to the Wean
"The people m this town are all hard
They leek sober" , , .
"That haa aothlns do with it- Tney
have not tuns to drink but hard water."
Mrs. OtvemVaat makes yea so
Weary wtUle Heredity, mum. Me
rather waa the origlnai Tired Uueineaa
iinwt nan ta Texas wants s divorce
because hia wue aaroore Mii.17-.1-w -
n,.... dwmtiMm! Thuik of rutting out
thlrty-nve eata every nirht before foms-
to bedl aeveiaua riaiu vww.
Calliope wss in s Ugh state of indlgna.
1-ry.h .f If eke exelaimed. i hev
have made a muatoal Instrument out of
i .kiiM end named the norrtd
i thing fer me-tne muse of etoeuea-a and
"eSTlt fits you a good desl better
taaa It would tne." responded tu,erPej
m tbe muee that presidee ever mualo.
-Chicaco Tribune. ,
"Do vou suffer here from miasma V
aiked the viertor to t.-vaerr-rtlie be
" over the vnla pea, propoaltlaa km
ea .M IhA alaBUL rmC eWt,
aever knew you had tne satanm. Hel
per's Weekly. - . ,-
Banket enoretaii you ha te so ta
Uw about that property that was left you.
Have you a smart lawyer'
Danke-Tou bet I have! H-ewna the
proparty aew. fioetoa Tranecnpf.
"I wonder why Sotooow was ieWed
th. wlseet manr- sake Mr. Meoktma
"Probably, my "tear, because be had so
nv wiree to alte him sood savic.
Colonel Charles K. rtteh, Ovptara jr.
Wood. Captain Sam B. Jones and Mark
Hanson have sane te the department o
oampment of the Orand Army of tha Its.
nubile st Lincoln.
Mrs. Xd. Haney returned from a week's
visit te Bed Oak.
Rev. Sherrul left fer a brief trip ssst
T. J. Potter, 70. P. Ripley aad P. Lowell,
well knows magnates of the Chloago,
Burnnstea A Qotnoy are stopping
Ths marriage of Joseph T. Zosters
Omaha aad Miss Mary T, Baamsmrtner
ef Hendereon, la, took place la St,
Mary Magdalene's enures, this morning.
Frank T. Kostsrs snd J. K. Irenser acted
ss grooeneaien snd Miss Teresa aad Xlas
Carris Baumgartner aster aa brtoTaexaaids,
ins aupoai mast being tolkrwed by a
receptloa at Mr. and Mrs, B. Xoetera.'
parents of the sveora, at ths earner of
That la, no ml Problem, have been I ZZ ZZrvZ, Z aVZ
ths Uedereioriks, a ah air from
rted Krug, a lUver oaeter from the
bride's father and SMtbsewand a Mar
seilles siimnosa ireni t. n. rreaeerv-
pears that none has yet fonnd out
hew to prevent the Various cause Ebmnta aad Barsey streets.
that have 14 to so' many fatalities. "T -
Why, all through those hot summer
dsys ws Just worked snd worked, pass
ing tariff btun trying te reduce the oust
of living snd grre relief to you people.
But when tha bill got to that there presi
dent, what do you suppose that presi
dent old Why, he Just vetoed tbe bill.
That was oa a Saturday, snd ail along
Pennsylvania avenue that day you eoto
sea crowds of people with tears la their
l Aad tha day at known now as
Ths story to that Uttlepage defeated
termer Cungissmnaa Joe Genes by mak
ing the matter of garden seeds a oam-
ra issue. Whenever he spoke uttle
page asked how many bad ever resolved
say saefts from Gaines. "Anybody that
baa ever reoarved any seeds please hold
up ths right hand," he'd say.
It appeared that Qelnes hadn't sent
out as many radish seeds as Lrttlepags
thought a eongreesmea should.
solved. It is well enough to argue
that we must conquer th sir. and
that every science haa mad its toll
of Ufa. but every science that has
been advanced bad not first been re
duced to the purely commercial and
People Talked About
Twenty Tears Ago--
Miner W. Brace, tbe
spectacular basis, to Which this sail- explorer, arrived In Omaha with a family I
lag around In space has been brought
by the American crowd.
ef native Alaskans, who had been his I
eempaneeas for two years. He turned I
them ever to ths Eden Muses company I
te be' exhibited throughout Its otreulL I
Mr. Bruoa left for Washington, D. C.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. Elisabeth LtrJ oarer.
mother ef George W. Lmmger, who died I
tbe day before, was held, the
being emdueted st the resldeaos of her 1
Eighteenth aad Davenport streets.
In ths art .nailery, by tbe Rev. A. J,
Turk Is. .pes tar of ' Kouatas Memorial I
Lutheraa ohureh. Mr, Ian Inter sad his I
Wonldn.it Be Dreadful t
Wouldn't It be dreadful If the tax
payers of Omaha were to save lt.,000
or (7,000 by having th city hall
heated under contract Instead ot
from Its own inadequate plant?
This saving could be made it tha
city council wanted to do so, but It is ; emlly ..toot; the body to Peru.
rejected under pretense that such a interment. ...
enntmet would be eoulvalent to . . Hardy, whs was. se severely
.. . . ..i.i,( I burned hv a railroad, accident at fair-1
grauuug a ir.m..w. . mont two, aiontha.. previous, was re-
Steam heat Every Councilman moved from that town to hla home in
knows that there Is no question of Omaha. His prospects for ultimate re-
rrenehle. involved! that tha nronoaal 0WJ' Pronounced rood, very great
credit baring been given la Or. Johnston I
of Fairmont, for his progress.
Thomas W. Brown died at the Mstho-1
dlat hoapttsi from a eompnaattoa broucht I
about as the result of bums. He
operated a lltUe dyeing estabnshmsnt st I
II North Sixteenth street sad lived
fire, at I
comes from the next door neighbor
to th city hall, and does not require
the nse of th streets for steam pip
Wouldn't ft be dreadful fx our
economic conncllmea told th real above; and the place caught
why they did not want to which time be was burned.
M.000 or $7,000 to tha tax- LZ?5J7ZZL TT..V .73
Payers? Howard streets, did some burying ef tbe
Wouldn't it be dreadful if they hatchet and then proceeded to units
admitted that shutting down the wseives having a gees social time,
. . . , .. .... . . , under ths auspices of the society called
steam punt ot the city hail might Dl CtoMa
prevent the occupants front being end Charles Ogdea, WUllam F. Wap-
trosen ont ot their offices as they plea and Or. J. M. MoMaalgal, though
. a w.v sot natives ot Italy,
n. ,. v. j jl .- j. . I " "V.
nouiuu l 11. UW ureautut tw ul u e ekeera. A Kaoh.
front th payroll several employee, I Dr. Kamlaootti. Louts J. Plattt, Thoi
whose services would thus be na- Capes. Kev, Mr, Brows, sad Stephen
..e I MarOnovloB also spoke. Burner Vennti.
dereo nnneceasaryT - I .w. . r.
Wouldn't it be dreadful to deprive! CoorL prof. Tusoo end Rev. Mr. Brown sad he has beea working at the trade
the council of letting a coal contract, also spoke la Italian, biasing and dans-1 for fx years.
take away a boiler Insurance policy ntpiete the nay.
FRAMKLIK C. HAM DR.
the necessary! qualtfica-
Mens te fill the state treasurer's office
satisfactorily. Franklin C. Hamer, na
tive of Nebraska, aad for twenty years
prominently identified with the
meat beaking business, esseets ts realise
a laudable ambition by seating himself
la the chair he Is
J. Oar 41 sew Kimball ef Deirvule, It H
sa active shoemaker at the ego of TI
from some favored underwriter, and
stop npeeses for repairs?
Wouldn't It be dreadful
Clara Barton,' Betsy Bass, emsaa B,
Aa unidentified maa. atusnptlns to Anthony sad May Arkwrlght Hurt on are
enter the Boyd theater at the eveeing I to have voting ptwclaots name
ef "tight Bella,' stabbed them m the state ef Washington.
Joseph Keller, a suae esrpsater, la the I Mrs. Orover Cleveland has been elected
left breast whoa be undertook to stop a life nwmeer of the Ajnerlcea Forestry
ths Intruder. The man fled wttbeot ar- essocierjoo. it was IrTesldeat Clevalaad
Keller was hastened to the stzned tha first satssaal forest
Oraad Usntrsi betel, where It was found Herbert M. Merrill, the first socialist
whs takes himself
And now S. Benjamin Andrews
comes out in the open with an en
dorsement tor Governor Harmon tor that a. rib saved hla Ufa, se the Made elected te the Xsw -Jork asssmbty. is sa
the deaocratie nomination for preeM streets it sad stopped, I electrical worker la Schenectady,
d..f destine, the tart that ha has I described as a pale-taosd, Qetennlned-
. wt..kii. a k. ii- n-ki. Test X ears ago- looaus rwmnm
. ., . . i among we smart eousu tuan w l," i
' . ., , wee waa Mrs W. A. Pastes, Jr.'s buffet
gratitude than that of Weodrow WIV-I tuaebeoa Is honor of Miss McConnlca.
son to Colonel Harvey. Dr. Andrews Mrs. Oallagher's gueet. The hostess was
waa made chancellor of the LTniver-1 asslstsd by Mesdsmes OmUagber. Fred
fisaa, MoCaskUI. wiiaias.
Ware and Luther Kounase.
Five South Omaha school hoard
sertWameo H. Bulla. Jsaa Fernee. The
odore Scaroeder, Jsmae Msrphy sad Je-
saet ICslal ests bouad ever by Judge! It raade me laugh to bear John Squeal
Bait, until ths nest tar. ef eourt o. U- I beat hi-ea a deaL
aUoged wisltsassnoe ss effloe. I "Say, there's that little CharUs Schwab;
taleSTSm trees Chicago told that A eraw las upon m joe.
than the ready
A pure,Cream of Tartar 1
aweise Veieweeeexvwwosesjyj erw. J " I !
rt- rt is fnwn pr.
I is f.a r. r- is e v w -we.
Made frar Grapes
sity of Nebraska aotsly through the
interposition of Vtr. Bryan, who In
sisted on having aa avowed advocate
of It to 1 free silver coinage at the
head of that lnstitutloa. But then.
of course, the sponsorship of Dr. An-il
drown by Mr. Bryan Is nearly fifteen I
Tsars old. aad ha doubtless
outlawed under the statute of limita
IBS LAIEjyS TESTTHOIT.
Kew York Press.
"Mr. Csrneaie, will you reveal
Some facts te us regarding steel T"
The chairman asked the Ski be Mas.
"I will." said Andy, "all I can.
"Tie true hi Steel I did tnveetl
John V. gave me a paper vest.
What CtvM ,. too Weald Be.
If President Taft'e
that practical tr the entire
be put aaaer etvfl
a 00 sled there won t he any
nee at ell ta a maa trying te be a sue-
ii .fill HHtMu.
Jean o. caumeio, ror xweaxy ywara aa H, , ry elrs, to my heart.
Omaha enemies man ana pooaseeper.i
aet a-.s t. tkas m. "f think the re nice an are bed
. - 1m Mk. tkw N.llnn verw I
As a mult of a eoutaioa ex a onaating The Wabash rati reed. too. 1 hear.
sled with a street ear at Hats aad pierce 1 is managea in a saanner queer.
Harry Petereon sustained
brokea lag. Otto Frederick a sprained
sad badly cut hip, Emily To watch cuts
i the noss aad face aad Bertie Wade
out bead. Alfred Loeben sua WOlie
rredertek. tU ether shUdrea,
"Kew, Stanley, 1 suppose ye lank
Whea ye have Sas at aeeie seed book,
if tor a library ye have awed.
St build ye one. I will. Indeed.
"I de sot fcea a Teusmess trick;
I do sot like a man named Frit.
Vow, air. I must bid ye gooOdav.
The Cause of Peace calls me awayra
' : - - T - ' - ' -- : i
Good Opport-mlty for
, InvMtmont In Subttantlol
I T amdeaaeA mSt Cxroiog
factory that I am erecting t PsplV
Ucrn, NebraBta, ii rapidly neexing eoo
pletioo, and X am now otieriii; a lim
ittxl amocrit of Waterio Ommscz
Ce. p(rnd ateolc at $100 par Bhart,
arnvriJii; itrfH at tb rfevta of
7 Per Cent Per Annum
I We .will s-Dfovsuifctt t caarwert all
CTrtstasidijag stock UtfardMbttrcJ
o tlrm yem. . t -.v h h
table for tbe iavtwter aad v-ill tdrali
im greevt bem&St ta & mik vobottsj
la itoegl, Scwy? atyl WwBsnta
eooBtraa, Hbji ii ttVw first Ewpa-rst-4
Milk favjtory ia th fftssis 1
TSiteuk. Our brmad wCl U 4Ea
hfra EvgpoT8td MDke ; ;
If yoa are intorerttcd sdad for liri ef
tben who b&ve alreacly robdcribexl atvl
inch ethar i&forrtttitioa a you mn
Beferssoe, Hret Vernal Batox,
Watarlco Creamery Ccu,
LCROY CORU88, Praat.
I Ton niw txjrdiajly inrited to iastTwct
tHs plant at any time,
j Pajiillioa Ialerurbun liat tcnniaal.,-
GUARANTEE FUND LITE ASSOCIATION
ORGAXIZED JfAXTART 2, 1908.
PtRK PROTECTION LNSIRA.VCK. . 5
Aaaete, Jmarj U 1913 .-.e(Ui
Jasuaary 1, ins 61,0iaLB
I State Depwrtsrient Jaauary 1, IBlt .... BdSotteUO
fwe Sneii our raewraaee BaaUaeta.) v
Rate per thowaearl, age BS (other ages la proportion), M.TS. ?
Mortaiity Ooe per gt.000 lswraace Mesa Amount, tear 1911, BaUO.
Depoaitory Basdu Appointed, f30.
OaUforsia. zaetaaa. lews. Wassas, Meataaa. Wekiseks. Berth
rssketo, Oveswa. Soeta xtakota, Itaae. Wasbiagwsa, eaa sad ,
WyoaUae-, sad preparug to sate Illteues aad atlaaleraa.
laaala at predeeug the beet eleaa e beslssss
eVscartties wrth I
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