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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE
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VICTOR EOttrwaTKR. KD.TOK.
THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1912.
BEg St ILC'IXG FARNaaf ASDITTH-
E eve red al Omm pasteBe ea mesas
Tit City Hall Explosion
A few moatas ago, the people of
Oxaha vera stanied by bomb ex
plosiOB in the court hosse. Am
equally ernes UonaJ exploslos baa jsst
occurred la tbe city ball across to
TERMS OF SUBoCRLrTlOX.
'T!.Lr ;SSireH. sttaough the people are not
lKr B od eundeV. Vr -
t'BXJVERED BT CARRIER.
Eveatac bee ua ). per me...
Iwfli Em unWv S ilT. Pr me.te
fcalT Be wiik. fssdavi. per ms....eie
ANm a.l eoaisiaiats sr irresulsrltjes
U Mntry te n '-rruLaiion Jjept.
Ink T T(t- tmw oe nt order.
Mxt) to Tbe Bee I n blunt a company
(isijr -cBt tllruM ieesve4 Ml payment
u nu ecrovsu. rtrt&Ml caeca, ex
cept ee Daub and euun ssxeaid.
ts ia steel and other line, we
hop, tear be relied pon ia the fu
ture aa It ha beea In the put. The
country's beat latereata shew bo se-
rteas Bettering from the effort ef
competition In aome of tbe treat 1
duatriee. When order ia Restored,
let it be apoa the new bssis ad not
. , . . v w i I the old, for that would involve
greatly startled, lnaimuch aa It '
aot quite so snrapectea. tw ik
fact ia that there has beea for aome
The centers! business outlook for
tbe rear shows improvement. The
time aa overloaded atmosphere j excellent eoaditloa of the soil sires
isaMrabrasj sea w ... j
rcpispuxo fpom Br.t rtLx- j
). iJ3IAHCHa. ' " j
TM annual ejection ot toe lava ra-
rifle. htd ia Xw Tore Cltr. eoattnued
"s 2 s-
Omaha Th Bee boiid'ns
Bosi Omars-rtl "
Council B -: Scott Pt-Lincete-,
Ruw Cv-lwKt BaMoS-
New w Tlnr-t:rA
Weehinftoa 7B fwrlHn r
graft srouad the city hall which bss
: broken oat ia csargee of various
I kinds, most of them earefnlly white-
I cashed or guicsly suppressed:
la thia Instance a member of the
iclty council, the youngest, weakest
o n wpoxdanc E.
rmmai.'f!afi rlin te i
edSBcUI matt, ebeltt be
0-a Be MIW4I HIWWM t.
! f yhrk. CmrtT f DSl.
Dwstl Wtiiww trrltin wiahmw
ef Tm Bm PwHi'hms ewwy.
e)r fon. mi urn tfc ""t sai'r
rfaiiiw im mM. owmmS us r
rs or ' M Mema February.
lt- '"'bwiOHT W IIX!AV.
SoSwIlwS hi mi wmnr -4 ".
W"- mt tale hh sr Warrli mi
tatsLi - ROBERT Mi-xTrn
SeftMtkm evtaa She .
rapwwrllr bare . T
MlM e isn. ASame
win a rkeaa aa eStca aa
Old Man Winter shews ae sls of
reacklag for bis bst. t '
So foolish Is CovacUBiaa Da "Is to
ssk for bis ia mosey.
Now they are acala trying te blow
the Powder tract to alecea.
Mr. Perk las ass proved that bs
makes s dsady litUs sieseeafer boy.
It m plain that ens of oar eouncll
mea at least U not aa smooth ss
seas of lbs others.
Is other words, ssys Mr. McKlnley
te Senator Disss : "First, will yon
, kindly tU ma whs yon am."
Another phsss of the t nest toe ss
now proposed Is that of the recall of
flllafB for water power rights
'Only fa raters srs bsppy," quoth
tbs-Ulrd of Bilbo. And hs bss
nevsr esdowed them with libraries,
The demeersu evidently bsrs toa-
eluded It Is very bad polities to np
reot ssoney treats during n nstioasl
snapaign year. . . J
Covemor riadley, Missouri's tiers
are, releaaed lT eonvtcu from tbe
pealtentlsry. Of eoorse, tbst's re
form for the eoavlcte.
early promise to crop prospects, snd
this is a factor of consequence In
figuring on the Immediate outlook.
win be iso' ecbcMBt a4 M
at Ue attti ef every aew theory t
ExperiaKStinc wtth tbe Whole faetead
at esuUl (roup robs tbe teachers ef time
which ssmud he strea te essentials.
Tbenzh nur t me faos last bat s
ina-s j short time they waste a vast amount of
BXADSHAW. JTeh, Karen A Te the Km4 eaerar aad this Is ens reasoe
Eanar ef The Bee: Al a csenesstoa beM c,. t.. BmU, avrrworked teachers,
ta Qatar, jus a. BH the BiUewais i;,xu,trS busiaess man snd disappointed
paragraph mas saads a part ef the re- !,
tr.. pmtm ti-jard ct ttrrtor.. fk-: puaj, atfons: ' v. ih. ntr would hail
ef FvesMaal : ua satiilacakiB a ehaaca to have their
bora axd (iris tor a rear, at least, la
SAID CT FU3.
-rhi. Is i
srewled the fat
Setter D13ca. DaUd Dews. T. T. Eckert.
in CIauU Isolds Huwuhiw. RoaaeS
ase. Ausjstu Schetl of New Tee. itn aa patristic peixr,
En; ha Ttkfm. rraSerlck L. Aaaea. E.
Baker. T. Gordon Dexter of Bestea, A
;tns enmrr aas eeea Meases wna rv
Dexter of Baetoa, A . msiMd ta aad wlU
I Tie Wiuinf of the Sonti Pole.
England aeeaa to bars wen In the
,, . iaternatlonal race to the south pole',- At
snd least re.poM!Me of them nil. nas .d emp,r M
H. H. CUrk of Omaha. O. M. Dods af
reuotll BltiRe. WTOUni L. Seott of Erie,
ranc. aod John Sharp ef Bait Lake Oty.
Trouble hi the dump strike Is aeewias.
acre or teas viottnce being- lad a '.cad ail
tbe nisbt awetlns a meuDittee
aprolirted trr the strikers te wait ua
their schooirooiBS withoat the distracv
iac interruptions they bow meet.
A SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
the hearty apprexal ef
Where are we araadtr- teaay? Is set
repeat what they aid ta Ml? Win tbe ! i,or cf The Bee: 1 would Uka te say
rea-jblicaa party Isj cearentlao this year.
Uli ispudaate tbe seiwtatet ration of
a Vaa Uaa a Claim.
RICHriELD, Neb.. Kerch A-To tbe
word eoncanuns the praatdaatial taa-
didaua. Is there aot a wrong socle ef
prseticnUy by his resignaUon ad- MU lov ku . -ew tetTiton. Mr. Holdrere of the Burlington, Kay i Preaidt Tact, by first eadorstng bis ad- , ' " " . ""JiT
mltted his downfall sad betrayal of thpngh It to scarcely to be presumed i Ba -Jim-stepae. On Semand
trust. In hi. psrucular c-e th.ltt.t the British Hag wi.l ever rlv.jf;.
charge la that of solldting tnooey 'or greet influence there. ' , " i a aS-fear-sM bey named Connie Hogao
. . . , v.- -,vj CspUin Kosld Amandsts. tbe was srouad up by s switch encne sa
that he wrtt not to havo ws-a4! Ih lBloa trsrtl
for, and. when exposed, he -jwlow u Tm t, sanuaun..
sought the easy sy ont, evidently fca u. Mm., captain
in tbe hope , of escaping criminal
Tie real trouble Is that few people
believe the resignation of Council
man Darts completes tbs cleansing
process, ft is Peculiar, to say tbs
least, that although a grand Jury,
under direction of a special prosecn
tor, has been sitting for over n
month in cloee proximity to the fuse,
this explosion should have taken
flxce almost spontaneously Instead
of being set off by grand Jury Indict
ment., yve believe it Is up to tbs
grssd Jury to probe thoroughly the
whole city ball graft West seas,
whether la tbe form of selling n-
sarsnce, promoting paving eontrncts,
ibsklng down liquor license sp
pllcsots, extorting so-called cam
paign contributions from frsnchlsed
corporations or other recipients of
official favor. .
Dodca street. A carsaera Jury premotty
exooeraiea the railway eoaipaay brass ail
Maine. Tbe Jury entntstal ot Lerln
Bobert F. Scott ot England was the j vuier, k. buBham. a Hanmaa. O. r.
oaly one of the quintet of friendly ! Armstrong, etianes Withaen sad John
rival a 4a 9nrn tsSsn aVTrVafasr1 nwrndtl
lias exavsf bs nj
The democrstls majority In the
house has been arrested and ar
raigned on the charge of conspiring
wfk tbs tugsr trust as against ths
Bltlmsts coosuiner. Speahar CUrk
aad Chairman Underwood are named
ia tbs eomplslnt. Their plea la not
gsllty snd. as accused, they srs etf
Otied to the benefit of tbs doubt,
tstil eosvlcted. But tbe clrcum
susres are suspicious; they srs nil
sgklnst them. They point to n col
lusion between tbe Sugar trust and
tbs democrats based upon a mutnsl
benefit plsn, to give tbs trust a
strosger monopoly and to reward
the democratic psrty with Its patron
sgs during ths present campaign,
Ostensibly, ths ad mission of for
sign sugar frss of duty would effect
a direct benefit to the Americsn con
sumer; In resllty, according to ths
republican minority on the comtnlt-
It will turn
over to tbs Sugar trust n monopoly
mors powerful then that snjoyed by
the Americsn Sugar Refining com
psny In tbs palmiest "dsys of Mr
Havameyer's unquestioned suprsmscy
snd It would place, more completely
then ever, the Americsn sugsr pro
ducer, if sot also the consumer, at
ths sbsoluts mercy of tbs monopoly.
One of tbs Incriminating circum
stances is ths bill of complaint Is to
bs found ia tbs democracy's removal
of duty from boas black. In tbs chem
ical tariff bill, ss element ot which
tbs Sugsr trust uses millions of
pounds in Its refining processes, snd
which Is used very little by sny
ofbnr bustbsss or enterprise la tbs
country. Lamp black, on the other
hand. Is used generally by big snd
little throughout tbe country, but It
must pay n II per cent duty. Why
la this? Why did Underwood snd
Notice how fiercely the demo- his sssocistes remove all dsty from
tratle majority, led by Champ Clark an article practically unused except
ssd Underwood, do not plunge the j by this gigantic trust, snd lesvs ths
probe Into that Money trust on the' duty on nn srtlcls practlcslly used
What contrast with ths way that
the world heard of ths north pole's
latest discovery. But In the five
men who. presenting as many na
tions, launched upon this south pole
expedition In Not ember, 110, there
wss evidently no Impostor, no self
seekiag exploiter. This first report
gains credence from ths fact that it
comes from oas ot tbe vanquished
contestants aad not tbs winner, him
self. Captain Scott, It Is said, reached
ttis pots by means of a motor sled,
thus carrying to the furthest out
post of the world, one of science's
s-.oet modern Inventions. ' Hs has
drawn to tbs center of n throbbing
universe the earth's remotest boand
by this dramatic means, linking n
deal past to a living present snd tu
tors. Let as bops that no subse
qutat reports come from tbs frigid
front to dispel this Ideal illusion.
Ths world, skeptic ss It became
through the deception St Cook, will
wast to believe this latest story of
Solar triumphs, aad so with ex
pectancy based on credulity, It will
swsit details from tbs adventursrs.
Kick Metcalfe aad Edgar Howard
both attended the Woodrow Wilson' te reporting ths bill.
boom meeting. Now, can yog guess
whoa Mr. Bryss Is for? '
Psrbsps Or. Sen Yat Sen was
thlsklnf of Dr. llsdero's sipsrlence
when bo dodged the presidency of
the new Chinese republic.
Won't the colonel P(leese slow up
n Utile sad leave an opealag for a
fsw more emanations from Covsrsor
Aldrtcu ssd Jobs 0. Ysiser?
Ths British government proposes)
to spend IsJO.OSS of Its army ap
propriation thia year on aviation. A
good deal of money for air castles.
' lscldsntsllyTws hare n few candi
dates for local office alas who Just
can aot resist ths pressure) of friesds
who srs sbaolutely forcing them Into
the rscg. ' "
; Ai to Officeholders' Activity.
Ths complaint about ovsr-ssalous
activity on ths psrt ot federal office
holders In tbd presidential esmpslgn
Is quadrennial Anyone who will
Uklnlc hark feu. vsaro vlll nnll Ik
earns eomplslnt made by ths so
called allies sgslnst ths tbi occu
pant of ths White House accused of
swinging ths big stick to force tbs
nomination of Mr. Taft ss his suc
cessor. - Mr. Roosevelt's sxplanstion
tbst hs nsver srged tbe office
holders to exert themselves for him.
but to desist from so doing, does not
sxplsls, for ths chsrges made in
loi sad est feebly denied, were
tbst he urged theas to exert them
selves for his preferred csndldate.
All this, however, misses ths msrk,
becsuss President Taft, going much
further In the direction of civil serv
Ice reform than any previous presi
dent, bsg recommended to congress
ths abolition by law of all presldsa
ttsl postoffics appointment patron
age. Wsrs ths reformers who now
objsct to officeholders' sctvtty sin
cere, congress would by this time
bsrs enncted such legislates which
President Taft has bound himself In
sdvsncs to approve. That the law
wilt not bs psssed st this session
goes without ssylng, becsuss this
sort of civil service reformers are for
giving permanent tenure to' federal
officeholders only when their friends
srs holding down ths Jobs
svs ot slectlos.
It is quits pleasing to know that
Beatrice la not running abort of can
didates for Its commission plsn elec
tion, otherwise Omaha might be
called es to offer Its surplus material.
The first delegates chosea in Iowa
srs Instructed for Taft A proclamation-
Is due from Senator Cummins
declaring bis bst Is still In the ring
snd will star there till the gong
Msdero says bs will sot resits the
Mexican presidency. A certain great
American bss ssld, many times, he
would not sgsln be n candidate for
president. "Words are good snd
only so when barked by deeds,"
"Mr. Roosevelt doesn't wsnt ths
aeminatioa; hs wouldn't lift his fin
ger to obtain It," ssys the (Job. Jacob
KiiA If Brother Kits isnl careful
of his speech he wUI think Mr.
Roosevelt lifted a brick abovs his
A atatistlcal compendium reminds
as that la 19 Bryaa'a vote, which
gam hiax tbs Nebraska presidential
electors, wss less than SS per cent
of the tout polled, and that was ac
complished only by frnadaleatly
absorbing tbs populist vote through
false labels. Don't coant Nebraska
la ths desxocrtUo column. ji r.
by everybody, except the trust?
What great popular Interest rsqulred
this anomalous Juggling of tnrlffs?
When ths democrats caa explain n
few of these suspicious c lrcu oa
sis nces. perhaps they ran convince
ths people that "free sugar mesas
lowsr prices to tbem. (
Improvement ia Industry.
Tbs pivotal Industries of tbs coun
try have maintained an aversgs In
ere aas of i per cent to IS per cent
since the third quarter of 1111. ac
cording to tbe Wall Street Journal
and of these Industries, steel has led
snd. In fsct, made so large a gala as
to ksep tks average thia high.. The
it seems tbe besd officer or
fraternal Insurance company threat
ens to cancel the certificates of mem
bership snd Insurance of those mem
bers who persist In ettendlog n cer
tain public meeting to .redress cer-
tsln grievances sgslnst ths order.
TfaS Broteetanta declaea thev havo a I
right under their fraternity's con
stitution to so assemble. Whether
they have or not, tbe constitution of
ths United Ststes guarantees to sll
ettlxens ths right "peaceably to as
semble and to petition the govern
ment for a redress of grievances."
Here's hoping tbst ths Omsha
diocese bs msde a province with an
archbishop st its hsad. Thers would
bs no need to look outside tbe dio
cese to find nn srchblsbop.
shortiy to be started ta Osaka.
Contractor Coots has berua buiMing a
frame store bouse on tbs earner ef the
court koaes lot for the nachiBsry te be
used ta builolaa ths new osutt banes.
Ens-two rtaoeats of Omaha are rs
questee to meet at the reside ue ef
Henry Kidsey te orgaalaa a St- Osorge'a
society. .. -
Articles of Incorporation have beea
filed by the Second Comrreewt tonal
Church society of Omaha. B. C. Locke B)
presMsnt, Learttt Barnhsea k secre
tary and J. ConnafL A Simpson ssd
Ooetse Heaslaad are trusses.
The Good Templars social at the Carl-
ttsn church voted away three cakee, ess
te the handsomest lady gains to MM
Kollh) Banner, soother te tbt most
populsr young mdy csptured by Miss
E. Annls Thorass, and the third te tbe
most popular yeuag geatleeaaa. Identi
fied ha Joe Kennard.
Captain Karsh baa reserved two sew
can for the street railway eomnany. He
exports te open the Hinacom park Une
by Kay M. the line being already com
pleted ts Twentieth street. Th receipts
of the com psny for ths first two months
of IBS were to " mors than ISM. which
Caputs Ksrsk attributes ts the Srowth
sf ear sopulston.
Ir. Joseph Beyd. father f Mayor
Boyd, Is making bis first visit to Omaha.
He resides en a farm near Za-tcertue.
O., aad thoturh almovt three score snd
ten Is nearly as active as eir spry,
active mavir. Kr. Boyd ha, four
children Urtrg in Omaha, Jamea E.,
C. T.. sod John and Mrs. C. E. Taylor.
Twenty Years A go-
Mr. and Kra. Prank Cllmore. wore re
joicing ever the birth of a bouncing boy.
il and visiting lumbermen to ths
number ef US, attended tbe play, "Indigo"
at the rarnara atrsst tbester, and went
to the Millard hotel afterward for a aua-
ntght dlaaer. William pried ef rretaeat
president of ths stele association, pre
sided and celled on Frank Cotpetser sa
ths Ann speaker. Mi-. Colpstasr prsfaosd
his remarks wtth the happy assertion that
"ths hsue Is late and aH speeches should
be brief. ' C U Chaffee, James M. Hums
of Msdlson. John A. Wsketiehl. C. N.
Diets snd ethers reeled eft s fsw stories
Dr. Oeorgs U Miller sod Colonel Chase
attended polka court as representatives
of the humane society te listen to tbs
teitlmony In a cess -of a man Maltreat
ing his wits and child.
O. D. Ooodrich of Oraad leland stopped
In Omshs, enrovts east te meet Jeha A
McCaU ef the New Terk Life Insurance
company, who was planning a tour ot
tbs west. "This big snow is worth mil
lions te Nebraska," said Kr. Ooodrich.
Charles J. Lens, - Nebraska dlvbjtoa
freight agent of ths Unkm Pacific, re
turned from a trip ever the stats and
reported the crop outlook fins.
Jso Kubehk, the frost Bohemian violin-
let, appeared at ths Boyd theater and re
ceived e tremendous ovation from
packed bouse. He wss the center ef much
friendly social attraction whlls hers.
Kr. and Kra John 6 pence r entertained
a cars club In the evening.
Kiss Melons Butterfteld gars a studio
tea from I te A
Or. Oeorse L. Miller Went to Nebraska
City te visit bts eld friend. J. terllas
Frank Koutsky was nominated by the
republicans for mayor of South Omaha.
Pa Rourke ennounced the personnel ef
his Met Omaha Western laacue ball team
as follows: Cstshers. John Oondlng. Jack
Thomas. Arthur Hayes, Guy Reed; pitch
ers. Frank Owen, Mordecsl Brows, Dudley
Rlsley. Posse . AlWway. Dusty loans.
Eddie Gordon, Chat ley Graham r tafleMers,
Dave Calhoun, first bass: Ace Stewart.
second; Ed Illckey. third: Joe Do Ian.
abort; Tster Burg, utility; outfielders.
Robert Carter, left: Frank Oenlns, cen
ter; Tern Fie mine, right: George Stone,
utility. "This WIU bs tbs bast team that
ever represented Omaha." said Pa.
H. G. Alexander. XM Franklin street
beard a noise la bts bed room early ta the
mornlns and raising as, saw a man going
threvsb. the sockets fn his tiwussrs. He
leaped after Ue rocue, who got through
a window and escaped.
ministration la beautiful words, and tbea Bignesx ouice ia me ui ua iw-.
turning him down a they did President sr for that matter in any caaaioaie i
Arthur ia UM? To the careful and any ram:
thoughtful voter, theas facta stamVI be w eoe persons speaking at tbe -ngnir
tlvta mere than eaestng ceeisMeratleav ef Individuals ts tms or that efflce; has
It was that UtOe clause of forty-two serene say claim ea any office? If. so.
wsrds that kt IBM put lots tbs Bands j by what nghU Our officers are strv-
f our poJItleal enemy a powerful club . ante of tbe people, ir a maa at eiecwo
with which to safest tbe party. We do I te of tics and after filing his term ana
net eey that K eJooe defeated she party, receiving the pay agreed upas, then be
but my republican friends, take the leg e has beea peeperiy recompenses ana aas
at such aa act aad esretaHy etsdy kt eat i ae mere claim an tbs oEioe or the people,
for waursslTca. Eierv fniatUaest renew- ! It m tor ths Baepls te say who they
lleaa sll at once eee the pornt.
The eusottea new arises. Is tbe reaus
Ucaa party set lis bts te repeat the trag.
edy ef tSMf There la not a single doubt
la the writer'! mind that PrssMeat Taft
ts net the leeicai easdMxte te lead the
republican party te victory, nor la there
a doeat that he cannot more easily be
Hsnted than any ether man. tbe Kapoiaoa
Bonaparte ef America, Roosevelt, sot ex
eeptad. Bet should Toddy" - be the
Incar maa Che repnbUcaa party w ill bars
a very lores earamgue ef
etplanatlone that will eon-
front them ea ovary hand. Trdy's Co
lumbus OMo speech, wherein he so ri
dtcuteusiy fumbled the trust curst Ion,
will no doubt make a part of tbe demo-
cratlo campaign thunder.
But this srtlcls is only Intended as
aa eye-opener before the April primary.
We save carefully studied the present
seMUoal situation, and while we are only
e common voter, we may knew ea maeh
ta regard to national eueetloni aa Mr.
John O. Telesr of Omaha. We have the
wide world aa a field before us. in
which we may study end from that
study, farm our opinion: end as ta ex
perience we as doubt antedate Mr. Tetssr
ssvsral years: sad having grrsn I'ncli
Sam nearly three years service In ths
war for the union, we etsiia te be one
of the common people aad delis as good
a right to spssk our sentiments ss any
ess. end from new ea up te the April
primary we msy be heard bow and tbea
advocating the republics edmlaletratfoa
and rsnoml notion of our grand and nobis
presides!. William Howard Taft.
JOHN a DET.
A Laad Pretest.. .
MCOOK.- Neb., Kerch a -To tbs
Editor ef The Bee:' I esanot atmsretaad
why so many good raauetkaae Srs op
posing Mr. Roosevelt for renomlmuloa.
Haas t a ana aot s right te make a
dsderetiea ef km poajtloa wit bout say.
Ing what be means, or meaning what
be eaysT Even If Mr. Roosevelt did say
bs would never under sny etrrnmetaness
accept another aemjnatiee, han't he a
right to ebange bis Anlad, when there
are extenuating circametsnees? Didn't
Mr. Roosevelt help pat Mr. Taft le ths
White bouee t Ard hasn't be a right
te expect Mr. Taft to do ss be told him?
And didn't Mr. Taft "spsnk" eee ef
Kr. Roosevelt's cabinet apprentlcea, and
sand him home, for not ether reams m
tbs world than that the eforemld mem
bsr got toe Mg for hie clothes? What
excuse has Kr, Taft for knocking a home
run, ta tbe first lairing ef the Standard
Oil game, when Mr. Roasseslt Slaved ths
game eight years without
Tahlast t arleas Risks.
St. Louis Republic.
What good does It do ths army for a
naa te Jump out of sa aerosians l.as
rather Interesting statement Is made, feet with a parachute? it might help
by Us Journal that there Is no longer i ,h -f ho lumped on a
... , H. wr. ik 1 1 sensrnle. Otherwles the feat seems
' , " " j better designed to beip a country fair.
nsfituei tv WBmiaioi ynvw aerww-
ments aad "steel com pen tee are cut
ting each other's tbrosts la sa effort
to keep their mills la operation."
Those lacking Inside Informatloa will
not be nble to apprsclste this situa
tion ao very keealy, ws fear. "They
fear to do anything that could be
considered ia the light of 'fixing'
prices, aad for this reason It will be
some time before order Is restored." j
Fixing prices Is suppoeed to be;
illegal. Does ths restoration of
v .ta Bsaaaader urretaeaa.
St. Louie Globe-Democrat.
Governor Stubbs asserts tbst Room vail
le tbe greatest man America has pro-
dueed, asMs from Washington and Lin
cols, Hs completely overlooks such In
eseawoasatlal names as Jefferson, Ham
ilton. Jackson. Orant. Blaine, KcKlnler.
Sherman and Garfield. ' ,
Where- the Recall Threatens.
Despite the efforts ef tbe eourt of com
merce, we are still oppceVd to tbe recall
of ludeca bv nonutar elettnB te ih .
"order" thea depend upon a time) call of these partlraiar judsrs by legtsla.
Whea thase industries will consider j tlve or executive actum can bs acoom
it safe to sngsgs In nn Illegal p.oc-l "" thm recawtretion.
.... tt,. - ! RW we conjecture that the recall of this
ess? Ths earns vigilant powsr that ,nieulmr mU, w ,mlt4 0 tht
has brehsn np thsss price "agrre-1 aupreme court. . ,
People Talked About
Clilrsgo's model policeman goee up an
other notch ta public esteem. He pays
i for his own drink a
The emptor ment of Dr. Cook's former
preas ssent by one mvlaloB of the prest.
dentisl campalsn euu a master band
at the helm ef the explaining bureau,
besides insuring an overtime Job.
M!a Alice K. Robertaon. postmaster
at Kuakogee, OH.. Is ssld to be the herb
est paid woman la the United Statee pos
tal ssrrlce. Slis receives a salary ef
8.X a rear. Shi u K aad a native ef
At least one maa In Chics aa doesn't
care a continental about third terms, re
calls, or the quality of tbe dough that
put Lerlmar ever. The task ef se
pwtlng hla Income of 17 to s K9
aumony order obtained by his chorus,
girt wife will boM its mental energise
for soma weeks to come.
For the first time the cash prim of
t30t orleeed every two rears by the
American Historical - s eclat ion ass
been awarded te a woman. Mies I .en lot
P. Brown, en instructor la WeOsstey
collese. The title of Miss Brown's essay
at tbs Tsiltieai Activities ef the Bap
tists snd Fifth Monarchy Ken During
the Cotrtmonweatth and Protectorate." I
People de aot seem to realise that us
patrietie progressives, srs full "sisters,"
Is tbs Boble bead ef republicans that
enee foaght ss vailently te prevent th
dear people from being "crucified ea a
cross ef goldr Is net Kr. Roosevelt,
pushln' aad sheVn; with all bis might
te "recall" part of Kr. Bryan's plat
form? On. that I bed a brass bead tbst
would reach from New Terk to Ssu Fraa
eteco. tbeoos la s soutbeastsrnly direc
tion te lamps, thence aorthweeternty,
at aasle of ei degrees to Madison, Wis.,
that 1 might arouse the dear people
te realisation ef the fact, that we want
office, aad want It bad. Instead ef in
augurating postal savings banks, parcel
post civil service reforms, disolving the
trusts, and many other reforms, which
President Taft has bad ths audacity to
actually accomplish, be should have bean
content to "make a noise like a progres
siva' snd let It so et that
I ask yes la tbe asms ef the Asteri-
ran eagle, wbea will tbe people all leers
that a protective tariff is responsible
for all the tile that human flash at
to, from ttydropnobla. te Ingrawa
cat la. 1 want to warn tbs people of. the
I'm ted Stmes end Fsgamore Hill that
unless Mr. Roosevelt le nowtnated. the
sun will refuse te flee end set. ISs maa
hi the meoa will be -recalled." had an
the floh la Oyster Bay will esmmltt sui
cide by drowning. Wbss I clearly eee
all thsss calamities, it makes my patrio
tic Meed effervesce Ilka a gis fix ta see
republicans eppeee Kr. Reooorott e nomi
PIXCHO THE DETECTO.
OMAHA, Mates. T. Te the Editor of
Tbe Bee: I thank you for the article.
"The Problem of the Schools," as well
ss for sevsrel ethers et recent date that
cannot but be belpfuL
If one looks et our schools' today with
candid eyes, bs will be impressed by SB
fact: namely, that what a best ta th'
whether ia the coarse of study sr In the
met hods puisuod ere those things that
nave come from the teachers tbess-
the earnest aod tbovshtfal msa
whe quietly pursue their
work, seeking- patiently the material and
methods that will help end stnagtbes
their boys end glrta. e tar ae the
eebeeea aad their methods are really ef
ficient. It Is th teachers whe make
When this fact Is reeoghlsed sod the
tracker gtrea a larger share ia
want. If be has ae conducted the work
et Ha efflce as to create a demand for
hie servtose another term, wail and good.
but if for aar teasoa the people desire
te place another maa In the position,
tbea wwukd say. well and good, no body
What applies oa the republican ticket
appose with Uka weight ea the dome,
cratie ticket. Then when It enmee te
the final election the people will esala
speak end th maa elected will be presi
dent, and the good old Ship eg state
will sail SB, maybs not in Just the same
way sa It would have ff ths choice
had been for the ether candidate, but
she wfil sail fairly wen anyway. But the
emphasis is that no maa has any dalm
ts say efflce.
W. D. ST AURA UGH.
He Remembers His General.
IDAHO SPRINGS, Cole, Kerch C-Te
tbe Edtter ef The Bee: Forty miles
west of Denver. Com. at a little Hamlet
called Duraoot. lives an old soldier, whose
Be is stemming Andsraon, whe was
a sergeant ta Company O ef tbe Mne
teenth real meat sf Ohio vohiq leers, our
General MsBdersos s eld regiment. Ia
front ef bts cable stands the finest (leg
pole towering MS feet or mere that can
seea ea the whole Use of the Cote-
rede A Southern railroad. Three misuse
after bs read news ef tbe death ef Gen
eral Kanderson. be swung to ths breese
at half mast s beautiful silk flag, which
remained there till ths wind whlped ft te
It rede. Every death ef bis. old regiment
Is honored aa above stated. - -
JACK SOX BATES,
t the Tlmee.
New Terk World.
Insurgents tnewrge, bat Taft contlsnes
to bag the delegates.
Well. sdmitted her companion. "It Is
ssmethlng of a Ism. "-Baltimore Ameri
can. -Sow" said the professor ef estren
omy. who wss trying to be entertaining;
-the most beautiful star I enowjflo
"Bo careful, professor, wnlspsrea the
hostess, "the lady Jl!,.rlJ'r
sneaking Is a prima donna. - sen mgton
Doctor-Too. are ta pretty bad abase.
Ton must stop going to those cheap res
taurants. , ,
Pstient-But. doctor, the prices at the,
ether places would make me still sicker.
-Boston Transcript. .
Tit bet that bearded lady is S euffra
gette." mused Sideshow. --Tent-Wbat
makes you think so 7
1dshow-6he faces the world 10 a
Kra. Talkslot-Krs. Daabaway sags her
bouee is full of sntieues. .
Mrs. Pnourtcn I knowed ft was full of
something. I seen 'em sprtnkllrnt ineect
powder sroewd tbe etaer dayv-Judse.
"I beg pardon." said the reporter, 'ut
are you Mr. Spudde, the potato king?"
"Tes. but I don't like that term," 're
plied the Murphy masnats. tastily. "Oil
kings and cattle kings and the like are
so common. Call me the petatentsta."
"Jobs, we ought te salt this eld house."
"Why, Maria, u woujdnt bring more
than a thousand."
-W hat would it cost to fix it up as good
"Not less than fLaaat"
-Well, enybody would give yeu ll.Sffll
for It tbea. Let's tin it up." Chicago
Gruff Customer (looking np from the
menu cardV-Have you brains?
Timid Waitress (In confuslonl ffo, sir.
That's tbe ration I'm working here.
Judge. . . . ,
"That maa Is very much In the publie
"Tee." replied Senator Sonrbvm: '-be In
motive." Washington Star.
"Queer, len t it?" said the hair dresser
te her euetomsr.
"W'hst's queer?" asked the latter.
"That your heed work should be my
FIGHTUrG HATS WAIL
Tve hiked for t'nels Samuel, and I've
never shirked s bit:
I've trod tbe dusty highways snd nave
never lassed or quit:
Nobody's beard me holler wbea aa Order
came to flit
But, unci please don't send me down
Ta etck ef flsbtin' shedders where the
Rio Grande flows:
Of hunt! a' for excltsmsst where excite
ment never erowe;
ra jk ef wbHmbrem service In dustJa"
up my clothe,
go, unci, pi am seat eead ae down
They say they bars coot summers Is the
land ef Tlmbuctoe.
But Sown along tbe border they never.
Aad a eomp'ny after drtliin' Is Just a
Ss. uncle, please doa't send me dews
. te Texas.
We'd welcome far-off China sr the Juo-
glss ef the east.
But that twirun' thumbs and waitla' is
the Job that suits Us least.
We've esnt out picture postals UD our
Interest baa ceased .
Be, uncle. Pleas dea l send me dewa
a am. mm m
Makes delicious home
baked foods ol max.ir.nn.
quality at minimum cost'
Makes home baking a
The oaly Baking Powder
made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
Kq Alum Mo
6 FOR 10 CENTS
We da oBevhaif etaarw flat pieces
(washes aad tamed) for Be And
will acewpt bwjedlea for lc now
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18th. and Howard,
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