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ITHE OMAHA DAILY BEE
liNDEii by EDWAKO KObwAibiU
.a ROSEWATEK. EUIToH.
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unday Be, one year
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j. aiiy Bea ithout Sim-eyV. one
Ijttiiy Hee ud undar. .one year ..
DKUVERED BY CAHKJXR. !
Xrenlng bee iwitn Sunday). pes' mo.,..
i-Wiiy Bee (including Sunday . Pr mo-
lAly Be (without Sunday), par tn--;ec
J Addraaa all complaints or irregalerluee
4a eelivao it city Ctr"ilatioa
S Remit bv "rati, express or poetai anlar,
. .... ... in,. a.. PiibhAhinc ocmpany.
fSily J-cent stampa received la permeM
mt email arcou. is. Personal cneesa. ea
tea ea Omaha and-eastera tscoans. at
$ Omaha Th Ee Building.
I South Omebe Wis .N til.
Linoolo-J Little Building.
C Chtcege-liel Marnuette B'J ng.
,aw Yora-M West Thlrty-tbird.
W asht nyton T Fourteenth M.. W.
r.i -ii.ii.m Miauua lo new ana
editorial mate ehouli be eddrad
jmah nee, r.aitonei ufnw"
J AFKiU CIRCULATION.
I 50,109 ' '
,.,. f Kehraika. County of Iouglee. ai
Dwteht Wnlltma. circulating manager
f Tlie Bea Publishing otnpany, being
gluly sworn, says tnai ih-yr deiir
irnlatlon. for, the month of April. IHU,
1 ' - , circulation Manag.
I guboenbed m my oreaenc n4 swore
H before ma Ula Jnd dtv of May, lsu
a .Beet. I , .,- KOBKRT HCNiiuH. ...
m , , , notary Pabte.
g Mtwriem lenviag aa, city
eaiBrartIr ahaela aw TB
Bra maUed ta ibae. Addreee
will be ekaaged ai a flea aa rw-
Did fee decide to bay a new bonnet
r iutoT . ..
11 . " . i.
perbipt tA Buen wm only thoot-
- Nebraalta ti bully old WU, r
tardlaaa of lu poUtloa. ' v '
rUTi' day ! Udlea' day at tba
ball park. Oh. you dad! ' ' ,
' Mow miay of tb iieoplo wbo a4
vorato park! aver vlalt tbamf '
; Patten majr.ba a (rtat- plunfer,
but torb-llaa. ha r alnaa. j
JlltOd.'tha "applaklni at tba araat"
hilled blaaalf. Woman and Ua appla
Bprinf , aatumn, tummer or'vtn
ter, It U ner oat of aeaooB to bpoat
for Omaha. ? ' - '
If tba alterable Airbaaon died Ula
4 man It la wall, for ba tailed to
lla like ona. . . . ' . . S
: Tba real huuot of tba eamnalcs.
la ta tba thought of Colonel Rooee
yelt bartat "maneier."-, !;
, It will not ta denied, bowerer,
that tba Hanaatar trnat ta rtaptnf
ona od tree a4rtli!ni.
Tkoee new bora twlna wboaa
father la will probably call hit
"jtrandpa" when they grow on.'
Thla aearob tor crtmlaal traita an
grata that Detetta Burnt might be
tba ri(Bt van tot attorney taaaral.
' It will not be tha tlret rapabtloan
eational eonventlon that Mr. Bryan
will bare, reported from tha preei
tablaa. ' - .-' 4 ;
Baaa ball, with Ha tlgere, Cuba,
white elephant; grtullea, antalopaa
nsd like tbloga, la uru a wild gme
' li than, too, at laaet halt of Ihaee
lahlea dtagraiainr tha preeldeaUa!
altgataeot art ' aura to be knoektd
Into A aoekad hat. . ' I, t.
' Thoaa wha are advocating new-and
, amaller cotoi. eould make a Bit with
ua by replenishing tha aupply of tha
aba wt aaed to litre. . ,
Tha commlaalaa plaa 4oaa , not
neeeamarily rprodnoa tha maalclpal
milleaalum, but-It ought to give
ausady and noticeable Improvement.-
It really aeema aelflak tor Je
braaka to enjoy till aalubrloaa oaona
whtla other autea cannot. But tha
door la open -to all- who want ta
nharaltr " .- "
If the Methodist gtneral. confer
ence) want to sulk ea araal pop
alar chord. It will adopt a rul limit
ing the length at Sunday seratocs to
twenty, minute. ....
Governor Stubba deal res to abol
ish the legtalatar. . That might be
all right so long at Governor. Stubba
lived, bat what would become ef' the
tute If he should bappea to die,
Do'wa la Missouri milk drtnitng
contesU are gala la vogue. Tnoaei
profligate Miaaoariaa will bo lndulg
lag la butter eating matcho the bait
thing w It sow.
According 4f the dlspsteaaa, Clar
ence Darrow 1 doiag aiac of, th
attontey work la his ova ?. At
tb rate Darrow asually gets, it will
pay bin to to it til . .
, , It turns oat that a majority, of Sa
braska'a repabllcag eonveatioa dele
gate were personally enlisted for La
FoUette. although now, instructed for
Roosevelt In this respect tfcfy ar
ta the same ot as the Roosevelt
deksxtes in 'aiassaclntaetu tastrseted
lor Tart, tN ta Taft aVeiagatas tall!
Marnd lattraeted for Rooaevelt. .t
I Boot for TrapreVcnuirmn
, The eelection by the subcosjmittee
en arangemeata of Ellhii Root to be
thaiporary chairman of tba repnb-
lican national eonveatioa at Chicago
aeeorda that high honor to ona of
the moat contpicnoui and ablest lead
er of tha party, and ought to have
tba unqualified approraJ of all con
cerned. Mr.-Root waa eecretary of
war lk the JUKInley cabioat. aad
aecretary of ttate In tha Rooaeralt
cabinet,. ru ring to go Into the tea
ale. Aa ona of tha delegatea-at-
large tb tha' conrention "from the
great Empire Kite, ha hat teen fa
voring tha renomlsatloa of President
Tart, but Colonel Rooaevatt thou Id
bava no fault to find with tha selec
tion, bacauae Mr. Root waa llkewlae
temporary chairman of tha republi
can national convention which waa
held la Chicago In 184, whan Tbea
dore Rooaevett ' waa' nominated tpr
pretldtnt. ,Tho( chief function of thai
temporary cnairman it to oaiiver tne
opening' addreaa I reviewing the
achlevementa of tha party, and point
ing out tha reaaona why It tbould
be entrutted with the further ' con
fidence of tha paopla. That Senator
Root can, and will, do thla In a maa
tarly taaaner no ona will for mo
Pentiont for Preacher.
Tha Pretbrterlan church la general-
ataembly baa ratified the pre
liminary action of tta committee rec
ommending penitoae of I50 a year
for anparananatad mlnlatar. Thua It
la acting rn Una with Induatrlal In.
atHutloBa. thai have conceived tha
wtee-plan pi. making provUton for
tha old kg of their aorployes. Tba
etrurch doea wsl to keep abrtatt of
iba'progfeaaiva aplrlt ta tnla way,
aad oartalely..ao claaa of mea call
louder for toil kind of recognition
than thotf wbp give their Uvea to tba
ministry, wbera thay bava few, if any,
opportunltie for laying up compe
tencies for tha futura.
' But the Preabyterlana' action an
this pabalon matter la of particular
Importance takan Into consideration
with another point which tba general
ataembly bat brought op, namely, the
tendency of congregations to crowd
out tba elder preacher and prefer
tha yonng onet. Tbl vary fft l a
moat cogent argument forpniioe
and yet ; good bualeesa economy
abonld tee .that thor bacdmea aa
ground for the exlttencs of aucb aa
argnmeat. y '.
Tba length of time devoted to
praparatloa for tha ilnlitry, espe
rtally la tbl and': some ' other
eburcba. makea It Imnoaalblc for tba
average man to serve muck mora
thtvn flrteea roars In' tba pulpit before
ha reaches that deadline wbUa many
thureooe r dtawlag a Mnf t 41.
or a congragalioB to msrk'aa as
undesirable at thla ago la hardly .Tr
patlbla with'wbal the church teacbM.
Ak a matter of f act, U doea aesa that.
U there it a profession! In which the
Lrlpenub Of age with Its seasoned
Judgment, tta large leaning and It
ptoue Influence, should count for
most,' that profeealoa ta the ministry.
Cvery seminary In thla oharch bear
evidence of the difficulty la getting
youths to reapond to tb call of tha
ministry. -Is It any wonder, whaa, la
addltioa to tha material sacrifice
that arast be mad, tha church draw
tha deadline ea a man Just aa he I
really entering hta prime? The free,
byterlaas seem to have taken hold
of a 'very live proposition and they
will wla favor,' ao doubt, by doing
what caa b tone to efface thla fool
lab and unjust discrimination.
literacy Ttt for Immigration.
Strong opposition baa arisen to
that clause la the senate Imralgre-Itoa-
bill Dof la the house exacting
aa edaaaMoaal teat of all Immigrants.
The oppeaftlea ta Just aa maalfeat as
that" to- tb passport; clause ef the
same bill, which denies refuge to
political prisoners and which has
been denounced as a contradiction of
iWprinctiSlea of liberty oa which ear
government waa founded. ' -
Prof. Charle R., Henderson, tb
eminent sociologist of the Uni
versity of Chicago, condemns tha lit
ersry test as absurd, asserting: "If
Immigration is to bo mrrieted for
ecoaomlo reasons," that Had of legis
lation should b opea and frank, ft
tttould dc be cloaked ander tb
bill." ; f ';''
This act should not' pass 'In ha
present forts, nor thoall InunlgT
ttoa 'reetrtctloa betotae- the Intlrb
ment for tb aggrandisement 6 aps
clat Intersex a. America la tap' longer
America wbea it deala admission to
aa.allea sound at body aad mtgd,
tree of criminal talst or latent, aad
ambitious' dnly tor a-' cbaac ta eanf
an honorable living. This nation,
'which' sprung -from the ImarigTant,
caaaoC.coaaistaatly damaad more or
ccaslstantly dan tba praatst er fes
tare Immigrant the nam prlvltaaw
stforfled to ou,r i fathers and theirs
la thla land of opportunity .
; it baa awvar.beea abawa that artm
lasnty. diiaHse er pautxrtsas. th car
dldal barrier to Immlgrautioa, le
mare Inherent ta the Illiterate alien
thaa la the literate aad wbea we pro
ceed, a if they were It t e a false
ateutiptiotji. " , ',, ') ' . . ; . '
Omaha t.ooe.tne , water boada,
dispoeed of thla very atoatb at prVate
faale-, without competitive bid for a
premium ot mree-iovnae os t r
eent. are already quoted oa tb lo
rett tfieat "taarBt at a premium of
per cent, being a not advaac of
Sa-jier tectlaviarr of those who
atood la on the deal. It la a aafa
gueea that Omaha bonda never before
Jumped to fast after they . were
turned over to the bond broker.
Testinf VaJorigatioa Finance.
. Tb federal g ovemmeat propoeee
to test tha principle of valorization
finance and tba power of the Sher
man anti-trust law to reach beyond
the aeaa lo the suit It fcaa tiled against
the so-called coffee trust, whose trade
baa been valorized by New York at
well aa Europeaa interest. Some
authoritiea scoff tha government's ac
tion aa not only futile, but unwar
ranted, for tba dual reason that the
Brailllan coffee producers, "who
were doing bualnese oa a losing
basis," had a right to negotiate for
financial aid to enable them to make
money and also that tha Sherman law
cannot be made to apply to other
Referring to the former argument,
while, of eourae. the Brasilia coffee
planter should be expected to realise
profit out of their trade, the records
show they have done more than this.
They show that tinea thla vslorlia
tioo scheme went Into operation tha
output aad price of coffee bava si
multaneously doubled.- And It I ad
mitted before a congressional inves
tigating committee that valorising
tha Induatry enabled tha dealers to
hold back sufficient or their stock aa
to give them monopolistic control of
the market as a meant of fixing
prices. And the attorney general al
leges ta bis complaint that now oe.
00 baga of coffee valued at 110.-
000,600 are held la New York ware
houses away from tha consumer.
. Congress cannot control the flow
of mocey into or out of tbl country,
bat perhaps congress can control sit
uation like thla wbea It finds the
goods figuring as the Instrument In
a monopoly eontstned la aa Arerteaa
dock warehouse. Valorisation fi
nance aeema to be 'very effective, but
la tbie case the legality la not a yet
so definitely fixed for the resson that
It seems to have contemplated dellb
erata restraint In trade.
Another Omaha and Council Bluffs
bridge bill has gone through the
lower house of congrea With pros
pects reported rait ot pasglag the sen
ate. Thla la the asms bridge that wa
have bacon building on paper an
nually for tha laat twelve year.
There are ao odda laid aa to whether
this Missouri river bridge or the
Platte river power canal will coma
under the wire first.!
la a Utter to th Lincoln Journal,
oar aid friend.. "Charley" Wooater,
again claims credit ' for saving tha
atate of Nebraska 1100,000 on tha
score of hls.famoua two-hour-and-
forty-mlnute Jpeeca against the
OaaAA exposition sill In 187. Never
atad. Vr.Wooetar, rspubllr are ea-
graterul. and tb peopl vry week
forget greater public services than
Bat th easaa of Floyd All and
Dr. Rlcheeo are: grim remladera
that twentieth century courta of Jus
tice still less for their support upon
the Moic law, "an eye' tor aa aye
and a tooth for a tooth.". - ate
(low to get away from tbl belief that
organised society ha not th light
and duty .to ihed tb blood t him
wb abeda th blood of his 'fellow-
Th offer ot Omaha; water .bonds
at 101, at which price the favored
original purcnasera win Claag Bp
f lTt.OOO that should have gone Into
the city treasury, la made ''subject
to prior sale and advance, la price."
Of eourae, if our reform , demo
eratta sheriff had aWoeoded. la
knocking oat the law requiring Jail
feeding by coatraei to - the lowest
bidder, there would bar beea a
kirk oa piisoa fare.
' Three democratic aiplraat era
still quarreling Over .which It en
titled to last place tor atate senator
oa th local democratic ticket What
a wast of time and effort, .
Tb British Titanic Investigation
la evidently being carried out aa
planned, "with: order aad dignity."
Or, nexb., thsy merely forgot to
appoint a press agent
' Boston , Transcript.
Tb Mowing Upt of the powder tract
rper ta have keen successfully tecom
pkxbed; provided that th thr trsgmenti
eentlaue te it tosineea upon the coav
petlUv basts as agreed.
f ' '
i - Jwm Rapptwl Sew
i ' . ' lndtanaseUs New. ' ' "
bntnt wet) established prareaent
ta wire poet tnveettgmtlew .anew that
certarh" tentlrwiea who had a good deal
tq de with the business of th organita
Uplf ari new. try some strange eotncl-
dnre, la eTuroae.
srrj Bjeafw Are arena.1
. PMtaburglt IMapatcfe.
Rcat aad targe esaendlture at money
brtag east ta the asmpalga as nasi ha somt
tlmea half. Bat traaoentiy leas tbaa that
stesertlun of ties fegolar party vote.
Campaign tnanagera are Ooubtf ul whether
thay weeod aot
ta PellttMl raMatllewkaa
PallUcaJ coatsilcattciM have turtms so
Mimeroue and te far rsachmg that the
nveraa eittsea caa tta hsnger eacape
troubea by beeatnlng entbuaiaatle far a
candidate merely secant be happens te
k a aemocrat r a republican. In many
ctess the strain ,1a beoomtng painful, and
there are Kkery te be srrtoos ronsequeacet
anieea the oh order rcreatabttsaed,
n . i0 m. l
CSMPIIXO fROM BU fill
LjjlJ - MAY 21.
Thirty Year Ago
Swedish remsenta worked up ever
tile appointment of a consul here sa rep
resentative ef the Swedish gorerameat.
The Bwedieh mints tee at Waajlngtoa was
trying to name John Johnson. Esq.. end
was drawing vlgeroua proteata
The B.-A St. la grading tor Ua track
ea tha north tide of Jackson between
Btghth and Ninth.,
The remaina of the lata It P. Kiddoe
were Jn tarred at Preapect HID by Under
taker Jacobs, Rev. Harsha officiating. He
had received fatal tnjurtee In a .railroad
collision Bear Oil more. -
Hon. Charlea Kaufman and Hon.. Fred
Ueta left for .Chicago aad the east or
bualnese. ., '
The wives, daughters and sitters of
the members ef at. George t eoetety. are
Invited to meet at the residence of Heary
Udsey to organise a ladies' auxiliary so
ciety. The Invitation la signed by Mrs. R.
Mrs. James. H. Kyner le expected bone
thla week from Ohio.
Mrs. Roeav lt CapitoL avenue, wants
a girl st one, to do kitchen work.
Rev. William J. Harsha preached a
commemoration at the Praabytarlaa
church for the. late ft O. Robinson, for
many years prominently Identified with
Its work. f
Twenty Years Ago
t Paul- with old George Hogriever
playing center field, beat Omaha. L
Oeorge totnaa. chairman ot the I'Sloa
Paelflc englneert gTleVanee committee,
waa stopping at the Arcade hotel. .
William B Millard was elected a mam
bar ot tha board of aireoora ef the Ath
Frana' C. tal searing, son" ot Dr. wad
Mrs. 0. Leisering. died ( brain fever st
Uie age at , at the family home, m
South Eighteenth Street , '
Bishop Randolph 8. Putter, considered
to be the greateat preacher n Methodism,
preached what . was regarded at the
pivotal sermon of tha entire. Methedtat
general conference at First church In the
morning oa the text "Great and Marvel,
eua are Thy Works, tort!, Ood Almighty,"
The third, anniversary of the orgaalsa
tlen ef she Epworth league, waa cele
brated at Exposition hall. Bitheo Flts-
gersld presided. Rev. H. C. Jennings.
Rev. 1. H. Coleman. D. D.; Rev. J. U
Hurbort p. V.y Rew, H. Uebhart Rev.
i r. Barry, U. P.; and Hon. W. H.
Beach and Hon. Warren Swltsler, wha
represented the Toung Men's Cfcrl atlas
association, apoke.. ' - '
Tea Year Ago
Oelsgataa te th .state encampment of
the Grand Army of Republic. Wonwa's
Relief oerpa and thi Ladles of the Orand
Army eOhe Republic, finished all tha
business of their annual gathering and
gave themselves ever te the last day of
pleasure, rioflge, Eateltt In firing the first
shot of the day j made the women a target
tot Ms eefnpi latent. General Terrene,
General S. rl. Tewlre, both of MlnneapoUa;
Major Wilcox, department commander of
Nebraska; Past Commander Reese of
Broke Bow. Captain .H, V. Palmer ef
Omaha and aVtiera) col of Jdnlata, Ctp-
talnCalvsr.ad HUlotf. jpaafbllti Rb.
meon rfone. nauonat. reaioent ot uie
Wotaen't Relief corn; Mrs. Anna Ask'
with, department prasldsnt; Mr. Wealthy
Kemp and ethars.of net, occupied easts
oa the stag at th Orpheum theater,
when ths'bl1 oaap fire waa held. Judge
Bstelbl being the presiding ef fleer.
Colonel JA, Coy la of . New Tork. general
railway nm of'CoIonef V. F. Coyd'a
show, was at He Milliard hotel. , He
claimed to make arrangement tor th
show's vbut In July. '
"Mayor Moorea' signed the tax levy er-
dlnaaoe. which carried a W-mlll levy. Is
signing It the mayor said: "1. think R Is
unfair that the new ahould go out that
Oman haw veted a thirty mill levy. The
tact, a that only, a twenty-four mill
levy, as the additional six mills, veted
for the schools, entirely sea rale from
ths levy veted for the eupport of the city
News wa receive' that Judge Herbert
J. Davie dt Chlcagv." formerly of Omaha J
and st one Urn on the district beack Ityj
Douglas county, bad been appelated by
Qtrverrto Taft aa en of the Judaas of
the court of first Instance for ths Phflts-
PraaMent Hofac O. Rurt. General
Ms hater pteasneew. ' and -Buparintendast
of Motive Power Hlgglna of th Ustoa
Pacific. Aft -for tha west en- a teu ef
Hsuatoa Post:: Clonl Bryan request
bit low frlerxla not to start sny been) to
his behalf. ' K any Bryan boom la to be
tart a psychological moment neces
sary and no doubt Mr. Bryan expects
that stoaMnt- lo s bohmalie with the
third or fourth ballot at Baltimore.
Brooklyn .Kagle. .. nderwoed has bad
actual experience aa a buttneaa maa bj
making a bug enterprla pay. Oa that
score b leads them ait Olvaa en uadm
Ited atneunt er cash to spend, say poli
tielea aea da eeaasialcg. but the best t
ffloteacy It. la- ssaaing vry - dollar
count, . , ;,
estHlaeare AsmOmi: Pnsldeat Taft
has proved Ulnualf a'tlghwr of tb first
rank. The energy and force be bat beea
compelled t us tn th poll treat arena
have beea a revelation to many peopl,
bat Um. achievement ef hit adaermatra
Uon could Awe beea aaad only By a
maa ef wcueual force and energy.
t. Louis' Globe -. Democrat: Colonel
Roosevelt says, m Ms Minnesota letter:
"Ther I Just on candidate whom It la
possible to-twmarinat against tha bosesa
aad that at nrael." The eehwera Mn
loa of bimself a new a weU kaswa that
be might bare left oat tha mention at
himself sa- the -one aoaalkl eandidat ef
rlghtseuenies ant pregiate. wltltaat sa
Ing anybody la th dark aa ta whom he
meant. Ever since he referred to him
self aa "th only maa la tight- ra
country baa understood that be oaa st
eotoody else. .'.,."' . - . !
Phiasdetphia Record: Clark. "Wilson
and Underwood are the candidates, ta the
order named, who have th largest a um
ber ef dessaeratka datagatea. But aot
era Clark nab a larg aursber yet ta
proportion.' to the nam bar requited, end
IS ef the delegates already elected are
entile nected, ee that the OeM te son
wsta often. Minball. Burks and BsJdwtn
bav all the delegatea ef tnetr rteteetrs
states, aad Fee, who wanted a tsmth
nsentary vote (n hta' own state, baa era
taea of the Massachusetts eMgat,:
who are expected to be delivered t Clark
Tt namber ef eandMatea Is aeeotna ta
Wraac."rorateaaurrd, .' j
CawssaaadaMaav aad f rttleesm. .
OMAHA. Neb.. May H-To the editor
of Twe Bee: - la connect Ion with the ea
ojosed aapptng ot aa odltonal whlck
eartalnly eammeada Use IX t anyone who
obaervaa er thlnka. It may net be prayer
eaJI ywar atientlea la test eonoertlea
te the tact that la that sertlo of the
alty where the bea owner We aad
where a a) ntad w .tbjt soil aad ts th
City by tiantfu treat aad asndtag a
aama. hq tretera ware antl-rhhnaa
Thas te particular! r aotJceable ta an
or twt the eapeelallr wall kept ap-ire-preeatamit
dntrkjts, aaeh as Prairie Park
and the Field elub. Pseirt Park at
.Vobaoly the beet heat ut auburbaa da
la the city and ra located at the
slnth; practnet ef tb twetftk ward. The
segtst ration jrat 1 and the vote east
was tu or a llttto aver T per cant, la
thla peecloot Mr. Pahlaeai got tavaaty
sts tratea and Mr. Kennedy, ia highest
enpwvsrl. w er nearly twa to one against
Pahl nam. la the Field elub dlatrlct ta
Which civic pride nana very high and lit
which preperty 1 kept up well, arata
cut and walks kept free from enow aad
treee planted and a general spirit . ef
thrift aad enterprise prevails, th suburb
beta la the third precinct f the seventh
ward, the total registration was ITS. the
vote was m, over at per cent ef regtt
tration. Th - PaMenaa - vets, was - US.
Mr., Kennedy.,, hie, eppentat receiving
M ee nearly three to ana agaiost Daal
aian. I am calling yeur attention te tbie aot
with the expectation that you will gave
R any publicity but to call your ettsu
tiea to a feet that la making up enes
opinion, aot oaiy ahould the lata! role
bo eoawklered but there should also be
considered the teuece ef the vote aad the
kind ef .cutset wa do the voting,
whet her rotted lo the toll and contribut
ing valuable service te the dtp er simply
f laat era waw wmr he bm today and
somewhat eta Mmerrew, Tew as deubt
noted thla tact already tort aa far aa 1
knew, aoae st tha great awwspnpore have
mentioned H la eenneotie with the lata
eleetleaaad 1 caekir U a very I
portent ract and worthy of mention la
your rat rleaa home owner a family
paper, to whkh we torn for rellabet
newe nd In which w de meet of ear
advertising and would ale seem aprope
la connect Ion with your excelleat artlcl
aad la fact would eve asar atejcl
SMnetblag mere than ecademi valaeu
. C F. HARRISON.
OMAHA. May at-Te th Editor af the
Bee; When I asked a bar If
thought t the future, af what be wanted
do er hosed te be, be said. "No
I am enJy (arteta aad I want te be Just
a bey while I caa. later ea we win uur
for the future." I htd notmraj mere
sap. I saaliatd be was right, aad ta death
of thought had atona bard ma. Ah!
beykovd eontea but oaos to t alt AH
oyer thia world ars seta who efttt look
laaglni baak Ujtnelr bovbead dart, aad
would gladly give. baak. to the world ail
the may have beatowod. euld they Uvt
sgsia they boyhood days. Happy eare-
rra soya -with all Uielr noise, their
pranks sad fua. ta thee bjtar tli
where Ufa la a rash aad we Itve to feat,
are we depriving -oar boy f part ef
tbain rightful her Has at
to rm their brain with so-called knowl
edge Ao fit them for A Place, as quickly
as poeslblt, that they may chat the
mighty. dollar at we. are doing, cutting
Short their Dest years, tbatr boyhood
days? tea' let him be a boy. gad thank
uoa tost n la ret. Juet a bey. ,
' 'I , .'. : :W ' torrjjt.
Jerry U Still Tbaahfat r
SOUTH OMAHA. May tt.-To the Ed
Kr of The Beei Your great paper today
report that ths Douglas county canvass
tag bri has somslated. the tabulation
ot the votes received by candidates fur
t'sis senators sad stats' representatives
While th ttbulttors had only the phli
boeert tip Uk tbtlr figure fromperhaps
thfr anay be some unavoidable mlstakss
er errors mad, In carta la prectseta is
reading Off tn naraea that may be the
eaus ot my name not appearing oa the
top ef the nst. Nevertheless, notwlth-
tandlng errors sad mistakes that might
a made, I gm Mtseejely pleated f the
aumoer of vot I received. Being uri
able te meet all my true and triad friend t.
ditner Indivtdusliy or collwtirely, I de
sir t extend through your columns m
heartfelt thank ta them tor', their Jeytl
u PPart. JERRr HOW A HO.
Archie Un4. sresldeat at the Wttau.ta-
saraae Co.. general manager ef the Oar- j
maa Fare laswraire Ca. aad aridtat ef :
ta Uswa-Hassiell Co.. eased, fela w Haters i
la eautaera Caitfarala. where a ewes a
lai S leenea rausrw. I - j
AMbesay aim was a yean etc bad bad j
tmaaired esgbt twr thirty year sad baa
bean totally Wtlad tar thtrty yaara. lira f
sfarrUSA in Iwanam st mm eke '
notable haaatwue of Atwater, fx She
dwea alt-wee caoktag.- 'baking.
washing, swsesing. aad bsaau.sutaiag.
G1I5S ASH GSOANS.
"Ta. sir, when we were ambushed we
got eut without losing a maa or a botsc
or a gub er "
"A onnae," . chlawd ta a email, ttlU
voice. Judge. f .
'--heae mountain outlaws are. excap
tional marksmen." aaid th stranger.
"Tea." replied the sheriff. --And- I
want to tell you that It takes a heap ot
Judgment for a man to take Just enousa
moonshine ta make htm frd Wta start
ing something without gettng so much
rat he can't shoot straight.' Washing
"Why da yea take- this country seas
at Just suits my wit' ideas ot Jour
"HowJ ' - i ' '
- "The front page, as you see. a entirety
given over te love tunes. "-antaa City
Tramp, (te ttetsrbrl Bear Dhrdon. mis
Paaeerwjr Granted ! But .there no uu
begging anything tale. Boston Trana-
"Do you believe, doctor." asked Mr.
w"umpe, --that mea ..become .what th;
"raa. madam. I do," said the bishop.
"What a comfort that mutt have bees
ta those early mtBslonertee when they
wee eaten by th cannlbalri" atgbd
Mrs. u tape. Harper's Weakly. . .
"Have you ever written your memoirs?"
asked the enterprising publisher. -
"No," replied Benator orbum. "Aad
ra not going to write them. When a
man latervtewe himself there Is sa chanee
for him to rover a mistake by saying he
waa. misquoted." WaaMngton Bear.
"Here Is sa actress's esrd with the
words 'at liberty' oa It. What do they
"I'm aot sure. But tt'e.etther that
she's ut af work .ojr.Just divorced "
Detroit Free Press. , ,.
""Hew did yea come to buy that worth
leas (Mains; ateckr' , . , ,
"Well, you. see. I thought It waa all
V ; CutUng
. household expenses r
With food prices soaring skyward the jhouse4 -wife
needs an elastic allowanceor innst "
, buy more wisely. This doesn't mean buy- -ind
cheaper meats; but buying less meat
flints place with
A 6c package of Faust Spaghetti -vTill jive a enero'Os, '
, hdpinii to five persons,, And they won't require meat, v
for they get all the nourishment from spaghetti that
the body require. Set what a aaving Faust Spaghetti; '
means to you. . Make it the chief dish for dinner at -least
once a week. . - Your grocer sells it in 5c and 10e
rckages. Write for our free booklet of Faust Recipes. :
; i ' iMAULL BROS
' V '' - aSl. Louis, Mol
Parts Prices Are Tax--Get
. Bssntsbehsl rWaawis"seTeMtAgCaa ' ..''
Pisaa. Iisafaid geasasad. gsM
- Now te for you buy a car find out what'5
. repair part will cost you. .
Part price are your taic.' They come to '
' crery frarner aad they will come to you. But you
can prt them low, if you will.
Moat manufacturer take for gran ted you won't
think of thla before you buy a car. Then they've
tot you. But Stude baiter ay v'Trnd out not.'
Because the StudebeJtt.msuim ia a square deal '
for every owner. ; -
We guarantee E-M-P "30" and Flandera "20" ,
cart faur timei a long at moat manufacturer,
and then aell you part at price lower propor
tionately than any other manufacturer in the world.
i A) set !? rVwa.
The Stndebaker Corporation ;
:' Datrwit, MiJiigaa i V
aha BVaaea, mVimia etiwat, JV 'a. afalsaz, atgt.
a. a. wrtaoa atrTOMOBrz.a co
wl - - fceoal Agsaat, sois - lS -
a PATENTED TEETH
right "The. man who told It to tee d
mahogany furniture la hi office, !'
braaa cuspidors and a swell rug en to
floor." Detroit Free Pre.
J-TA'hr Is Jones- iselmt -his gltfrtake
music lessons? She ll never learo, if jebe
practice for a failaaw yeara-
"Jone say ha knows she has no- tal
ent and he can 111 afford the expense,
but that he hates' th people ao an the
next floor."-Baltimore American.
. Knickerbocker Press. .
At last We can
Sit dows in ease.
And smoke our pipe
Where er we pleats.
Naught to disturb.
No one to say:.
" "Cat eut of here ;
Ton re la the way.,
No being cbaaed
From cbair to (Uialr
Without aafa .
Spot anywhere. ' .
To reat eue'a bone; - I
- Or read a book ... f
In any old '
'No eating on
The kitchen floor
No coid -and etele - . ,
Grub, any more.
No rugs to thump.
' N fioora to scrub.11
No porch to wash,
. No glass to nib.
No tacka to drive - .'
Or ttrumfcs to emash, -No
nails- or bolts ,
Found in th hask,
JCo fam'ly Jar"
- Ot repartee
Of caustic tort. '
Py wife and me. -No
Tb kitchen stovs .
Or on the floor '
Of tha alcove. -
No clothe shut In ,
The folding bed '. '
Far out- of re Hi '
Out In the hd, ,
To llv again.
We ve Just begun,
t laat, at -lam.
- Houaecleaalng s done.
-I it 7.
t t5 i
down 1 the
"-JC- biianO 'v ' -.v-'J.-.
Tr-A&w- Q& II
aesssTra Oas Meet Cseafcgaa '
14 - lS atanay Bnasb ' ' I I
. Why awai th old styla
half booth wbea yoa ca ge
final teeth,- Uhe aatara's
owa? , v .
. . 403 CrUIDBS imifiilfS t
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