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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAT 31. 1911
The Omaha daily Bee
FOCyPEP BY EDWARD ROSEFATEB
VICTOR ROSEWATER. EDITOR
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pavaale to The B lAibJlshlng company.
Only t-ctot lumvi resolved In payment
of small account. Poraooal check, ex
rapt an Omasa and trn eahog a, not
Omaha Th Boa bullduur,
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Omaha Bee. Editorial Department
Stat of Nebraska. County of Douglas ,s.
I'wight Williams, circulating manager
of The Be Publishing company, being
' duly sworn, says that the arena dally
circulation for tba month of April. Wit
was W.10S. PWIGHT WILLIAMS.
' ctohocrlhod fit mr preaanr and sworn
ta before ma this Id day of May, Hit
(Seal) ROBERT HUNTER.
Sabaerleer laeva the eltf
foateerarllr aheald have The
1 Bre sailed ta these. Address
will be aaed as eftea as re-
Get that tint fir yat?
that lost 1U op-
, Tfe excursion train 'i next stop U
at tba Fourth' of July.
It la to be hoped tho accidental
drowning season will not coma
around tali year.
Do not jmdlcata your sorrows.
1 bat la one thing Is wblcb monopoly
la fully warranted.
"TJaa hospitality ona to another
without (rndflng,'' aald Patar. Good
twentieth century advice.
Tba Titanic was not by any meant
tbo last word la ocaaa travel. It
leaves a food dial to ba aald.
It appean thai nothing will break
tie drouth to a certainty but a
. butchers' and aroeara' picnic , ,
Will Mr. Bryan go .to Baltlmora
1 to help Governor Wilson t la asked.
, Mr. Eryin will to to Baltlmora.
Omaha 'a ball team ahould remem
ber that K doaa sot play anougb
, giroaa at bona to guarantaa It tba
AU wa bar to any about this man
, who professes to ba wlaar than Nsw
. York la that ha mutt ba aa awful
That eoBTtct who had himself
packed la lea for appendicitis, and
than escaped ntst barn bean a cool
Tba auprama court la asked to re
call and re. reraa ta decision la the
Donahue ouster case. Puttie: When
la a law ault ended?
Undaunted by what went on In
Iowa, Senator Cummlnt baa aet up
1 drt horse h tad quartan la Chicago.
It la a tree country.
; Now it la proposed to license
I musio teacher. All light, but ba
j aura to have tha license subject to re
' call by tha neighbors.
. Strawberries are cheaper oa the
local market than they hare been In
tea years. 8top worrying then about
tha high price of meat
.. It la aald that out of respect tor
strangers, tha New Jersey mosqui
toes did not bite during tha cam
paign. Wa refuse to believe It .
- Ths municipal newspaper at Los
Angeles bars advertising of fraudu
lent schemes, and also of lawyers.
behalf af tha lawyers wa protest
, "America is going to tha dogs.
ulatma Upton Sinclair. That ae
jrvents for the selection of a hound
fot as a presidential candidate's
The natural sequence of tha de
velopment of tha Wyoming oil fields
is a pip Una to Omaha that will
Bisks this elty tba distributing cen
ter. ' Push It along. ' .
No If tba Water board la to make
good oa Its solemn pledge to give ni
list second supply mala from Flor-
ei;w this year, H win hsv tort
ciiS7 mignty quicciy.
Tba Taluatioa of Nebraska rail
roads aa fixed by tho State Board of
Assessment la $I7,e00,000. and the
railroads are not complaining either
that they ara overvalued.
- Tint I the republican nttuattea.
spells reeublicaa defeat, wl
reft or Tart leads. World-Herald,
If this Is ths sltustoa ail ft at black
type and all those doubleVcoluma
fits throwa by our amlsbleXdemo-
crauE contemporary must wa. un
called for, and utterly witho
cuss or justification.
Tba multiplication, of contests for
tha seats of delegates to Chicago
promises to ba one of tba distin
guishing features of that convention,
and by many ta regarded aa little
short of a scandal. Tot soma seats
have been contested In nearly every
national convention wa have bad,
nor la tha contest business confined
to ona political party. Four years
aco 22 seats of republican dele
gates were disputed, and in the
last democratic national convention
an ugly contest waa presented from
Pennsylvania growing out of tha
Goffy episode. In 18s Mr. Bryan
waa seated aa a delegate from Ne
braska only after a stubborn contest
In tho convention that nominated
him for president - '
It seems that tha Imperfection of
our nominating ' machinery makes
contests possible, and Invites thsm
whenever factions are mora or less
evenly divided and competition for
control unusually fierce. Msny of
the contests are merely "paper" con
testa Instituted for reasons of politi
cal strategy, while others are real
disputes In which there la a degree
of merit on both sides, but so long
is we have such contests within tha
political parties, tha conditions from
which they arise must be reviewed,
and the equities established by noma
It Is suggested that a short cut
through the contest business would
be to exclude all contested delegates
from tba orgsnliatlon of tha conven
tion, and start with uncontested
delegates only. Such a plan would
make control of tha convention de
pend on tha success of tha slds that
managed to Institute mora contests
against their opponents than ara
brought against themselves. In aueh
event. It Is conceivable that rivalry
might lead to Institution of contests
agalnat all tba delegates, so that
there would be no uncontested dele
gates left to Initiate tba convention
Tha contest situation at Chicago
may ba unpleasant, but It bss to be
faced this year aa It had to ba faced
four years ago. Tha settlement of
tha contests cannot ba shirked, but
mist ba mads with a view to safe
guarding tha rights of all concerned,
and laying permanent foundations
tor party success. , ,
Planning1 for Big- Traffic
Middle western railroads, espe
cially those opersUng in Nebraska,
Ksnsaa and Oklahoma, ara making
preparations for the heaviest move
ment of (rata this tall they have aver
according to tha statement of
an official of ona of these roads
quoted In tha Wall Street Journal.
1 hit statement hi confirmed by other
railroad officials. ' They are con
vinced that, barring adverse wsatber
conditions from now on, these big
grain states will harvest unpre-
oedently. large Crops and turn over
to tha railroads tha biggest buslnssa
ther have aver dona for tha farm.
Thia will call Into commission tha
maximum equipment of rolling stock
and all tha men tha roads can mus
ter. It la extremely fortunate that
such demands find labor conditions
peaceful. It would be a - calamity
for tha railroads to meet with tha
obstacle of discontented or Idle
amptoyea at tuch a time,. Tha har
vesting of these prodigious crept will
a"ao require extra large forces of
men In the fields. Bo the Macedon
ian call for farm hands may Just aa
wsll begin , to ba aounded, for It
sometimes Is sounded hslf In vain
even la moderate seasons.
SVhooli for Working" Girls.
Two large Chicago department
stores ara to give their armies of
feminine employes a bait day each
week to attend a technical training
school for girls, where tha rudiments
of English, arithmetic, textiles, do
mestic science and other useful
branches are to be taught them.
This move. It taken full advantage
of. will doubtless yield handsome re
sults, both to tha employer and em
ploye. It ehould make tha latter
much mora efficient In tha store and
out, deepen her appreciation of busi
ness and of her owa place In the
worm. it win not be long, wa
Imagine, until similar steps ara taksa
by other large employers.
Many boys and girls ara forced to
leave school early to become wage
earners. To a certain extent, their
employers become their sponsors.
Where they are willing to accept the
responsibility, aa In thia esse, they
perform a social service quite deserv
ing of the name, and society gets tbs
boneflt of this mutual relation ob
taining between employer and em
ploye In the form of Intelligent and
Lawyer Cleaning- House.
Tha Chicago Bar association has
resolved to throw . out ths shyster
lawyers. It la a men's Job snd de
serves to aucceed. Tha results. If
successful, will be attractive to other
bar associations. Vengeance tsswora
especially on tha ambulance chasers,
solicitors of ' business fxcm Jsil ln
matea aad other unfortunate,,
trouble makers and beginners ef
what ara known as pauper cases, at-
tori-eys who try their esses in news
paper In order to prejudice both
Judge and Jury.
Tha laity will watch with keenest
Interest ths progress of this' houss
eleaatng. It wiU be a remarkable
reform It achieved, but somehow one
finds himself disposed to doubt the
completeness of It. We remember
to have heard of similar reforms
uadsrtakaa periodlcaUy. by a bar as
sociation nearer home thaa Chicago.
What a shame tbe ancient profession
of low does not rise up In its might
and dignity and smite this parasiti
cal enemy that foists aad fastens it
self upon It and aucka from tbe pro
fession so much of its honor and
reputation. Delays In court proced
ure are condemned by tbe Chicago
bar. Good, but they are most hos
orabls aa compared with some of the
things dona by tha shyster aad by
some who pretend to occupy the
Fort it Betenre Surrey.
Large areas of agricultural land
In tha forest reserve of tbe Black
Hills, as well as other mountainous
regions of tbs west, will become more
readily available for occupancy and
cultivation under the Martin amend
ment to the agricultural bill provid
ing funds for the survey of this Isnd.
This will relieve the settler from do
ing tha surveying at bla own expense
snd thus facilitate occupation. . It la
no more than right that the govern
ment ahould survey these lands the
ssme aa others open to homeateadlng.
To have these clearings In tha for
ests occupied by residents tilling tbe
soU offers Immense means of protso-
tlos to tbe tree, and thua tba gov-
ernknent Is more than compensated
for' tha comparatively small outlsy
It mskes for the survey. There are
wide areas of tuch land la tba Black
Hills la south Dakota and tha Rock-
lea la Colorado, aad tha sooner It Is
brought usdsr cultivation tbs better
for all interests. Only a year or so
ago Colorado waa urging action that
would Invito mora settlers to this
land, aa tba state needed It upon Its
assessmsat rolls, to aay nothing of
tha other needs Involved, tba needs
of the settlers or thoaa seeking op
portunities aa settlers. This provi
sion It of general application, dis
tributing Its benefits, therefore, over
Tha membership la Omsha of the
Young Mea't Chrlstlsn association
for tha year Just closed reached the
uauaual figure of 1,171 mea and
boys. Recalling that tha last cen
sus gave Omaha a population of lit.-
0l, of which half la of tha other
sex, tha wide activities here of the
Young Men a Christian association
may ba better gsugsd.
Coming avants cast their shsdows
before. It Is sasy to sea tnat one of
tha first measures to ba submltlsd
to Nsbraska voters by tha inltlatlvs
and rstereadunt route will ba a con
Recognlilnt the effect of the high
cost of living, tbs Methodist general
conference raised tha salaries of ths
bishops from 15,000 to 11,100 a
year. How about tha pastors, do
trey continue to toll away for their
tfeaetlaesa af 1.aajt laah.
Cleveland PUIndealer. t
Natuae frequent) laughs at expert
medical testimony, aa aoes Mr. atone.
Grip aa the Caffe Pat.
St. Loots Republic.
strsUl now produce W per cent of the
world's octree. Under the present "va
sKlsaUon plan," If Brasll produced all
of It. the coffee pot would take Its post.
ttoa beside the chsmpagne cooler. ,
"Aa A ark or a tha Wladrara.
Champ Clark, notwithstanding si those
presidential d sis sates, prudently easts aa
sochor t the windward la arranainc for
hie renomt nation for congress ta the Ninth
Missouri district. He win be renominated
and re-elected to the neat house.
a-lesHTe Mlahtr Wests.
New fork World.
The estimated property dames of H,.
e9s,n) from the Mississippi floods Just
shout equals the amount of money so
tar spent by the federal soverament to
prevent' the floods, run her comment es
the government's work Is clearly uanee-
e-Hef Will t-aaad.
Prompt action by the United State die
Met attorney's office, a well as by Dis
trict Attorney Rota a. la an official In
vestigation of the manner la which the
price of real Is fixed and controlled la to
be commando. The battle af the con
sumer against Impost ttoa must be fought
first with each wee pons of law aa are at
hand. It these prove Insufficient, there
win he the mors warrant for asking new
law at the next sesaloa of the legisla
ture. Hesse old Starr.
ta the sugar trust bee ring a witness
was asked If the fi-inl merger did
not take ta a lot of refineries know to
be aa the paint of shutting Sown. "Tea.'
waa tba reply, "and It waa figures that
the advaaiAs of ramovtas a possible
variance 'a tha market would make ap
thia toss. Tha district attorney asked.
The removal of competition. In other
words, waa te make ap the loss?"
"Tea." said the witness. Thar w
the movinT eeinclpt of the whole trust
movement. It doe aet take volumln-
eas treatise to espials It.
Learmle nosa Caatlr Lessen.
The Increase In Ik east ef Uvtaf la
the United Stats. Insofar a It ha
beea hrouaht shout by hseffeotlv work
oa the farms and IV wasteful rr-n-rr-
ment la ear American Vita-shawl a. baa
aet bees altogether esuamttoaa. ,Th
fanner arc seeding their hoys ta agri
cultural eeUege to leara bow te mak
twa blade ef grass grow where an
grew before. At th same Hm tt has
become a recognised necessity of eaas-
plete education so teach ear girt th
rudiments at aoejsetle seteees. cookery
aad bom economics. Thar a) no bat
ter war to aasssa th et ef thing than
to UntiMCt mea and wanes how te fcs-
iwctlea and haw t
V - - i as.
r compiled rnoM aet rm 1
,-1 MAY tU
Thirty Tears Ago
A new brand of cigars Is on the market.
"Th Oman Bee." and k proving A L
Mr. A. E. 81mpeon. on of th best
known cltisena and business mea of
Omaha, has gone to spend the summer
at Watertown. N. T.
Jeff W. Bedford of Rich Hill. Mo.. 1
la Oman, coming for th purpose of
opening aa office for the sal of th
famous Rich Hill coal In thia market.
C, R. Kelsty, for several year cashier
snd bookkeeper, has beea advanced te
th position of general manager of th
Mas Meyer A Bra. ewlry establlah-
Th Chicago. Milwaukee it. Paul
road will be finished to . the transfer
within lity days, when through trains
will ba put oa between this point and
A new addition to Omaha ntrprtlag
tnstltutioas is ths Great Western Bust noes
college conducted by Prof. Arthur T.
Wyman In Lytle magnificent new Mock,
ljlt-lll Parnam (treet.
Mr. Thomas Riley, who has been with
the well known firm of Murphy A Co
at Douglas and Fourteenth, and ha son
In with th eld firm of A. Riley A Co..
and will hraftr represent them oa the
Master Hilton Pond,. an Omaha boy.
la billed to alng at a eeaoart ta be given
t Union Park halt. Chicago. Maatsr
Hilton Is a member of St. Barnabas'
eholr and pupil ef Theodore Ring-wait,
and It Is safe to say ha will de credit to
hie nstlv elty.
Th Maenntrehor gmvs another enjoy-
M entertainment last night. Th new
officer are Edward Wtrth. president;
Herman RoasMwig, rice president; John
Hoekhoff. secretary; Henry Hoellg.
librarian; T. Kummel. standard hearer;
Wllllsm Wee Mad. treasurer.
Twenty Tears Ago
Edward Roeewster Is ft for th ast.
Hon. U W. Colby, assistant United
States district attorney, wa at th Mil
lard. John Nord fall down a flight ef stair
t Fifteenth aad Pamela streets snd
cracked bla skull fatally.
Mra. W. a. (Mover of Beardstown. Hi-
am visiting her cousin, Mrs. O. H.
Jeffries. CM South Twenty-eighth trt.
Th city eouncll snd Board ef Public
Works finally met snd decided to bury
the hatchet." which they had had silt
for each ether o long. ;
Contract for work to be don during
th year ea th new Fred Krug brewery
were lt as follows: Foundation, ttt.VH);
brick work. tstOOS; Iron work, IM.aM; car
penter work. tet.fM: cement work, taversX
Th entire etructure wa t coat about
A hoard ef appraisers eompossd ef W.
i. Mount. Q. C. Bsssett and A. W.
Phclna sat In th Builders and Trader'
headquarter la th New Tork Life build
ing to hear statements aa to what. If any.
damage ther would he from th paving
ef Douglas street from Sixteenth to Sev
enteenth. Dr. J. C Dent and Mrs, J.
R, Meredith feared damage from th
grade Mrs. Meredith met th argument
that paving would mak Douglas a good
business street with th Ttsrt that "we
don't want It for a businos street. The
property Is our barn sad that's whst w
want R for."
Tew Year Ago
Mrs. W. A. Ptly wa resorted te be
very low, subsequent te s surgical opera
Llttl Annette Austin, t years of Bg.
dsughter of Mr. snd Mrs. T. W. Austin.
Miss Msym Hutchinson, who was dan-
gsrously in nt her hem far th last two
month a wa reported much Improved.
i. M. Strong, stiteee veers before een-
aected ,wtth th Millard hotel and since
sssoddtsd with several western hostel
rles, was a guest at th Millard.
Charlie Wrhol snd his Knaa City
bass ball team cam to town and took
th first gam from Omaha, with old
Fodgs Alloway pitching; dropping th
second. I te A
A promised hot meetln of th Jeok-
sonlaa club wa declsred off. ss the
scalper of th evening, C. 1. Smyth, was
called out of th city sad none of the
four South Omsha victims to be scalped
Th Nebraska Telephone company an
nounced that, it would soon begin ex
cavation far another th res-story brick
building adjoining It headquartar, at
Eighteenth and Douglas street, on th
west, mads nece-sary by enlarged busi
Oovernor . B. Odell of New Verb
stopped on a pleasure trip across th
continent a th guest her of President
H. O. Burt ef the t'nion Pacific. At an
informal reception at tbe Omaha dub
many prominent Omahane met th gov
Th Omaha Kteld club hd It second
annual opening. At th golfing J. B.
Rahia carried off th bowers. In th
first tennis finals 1. K. Haskell defeated
A. i. Collett. Th ball gam resulted In
vVrtery for th tam captained by K.
H. 8 Prague ever that led by H. S. Knox
b a score of t te t
HOW UJITOKS SEE THINGS.
Pittsburgh Dispatch: Concerning a re
port that golf ball exploded at links
out In Wisconsin, we find tt Incredible.
Evidently the report got ths golf ball
m xed with th golf player; which latter
clas is frequently exploetv. .
Chicago Record-Herald: Dr. Lgrmaa Ab
bott make the statement that th col
onel drink milk to excee. The doctor
probably took the precaution, before
making th announcement, to satisfy him
self that one could drink m'lk to excess
without being mollycoddl.
" SprlngfWId Republican: Ther wa th
seme tight vote In th Obi primaries s
lit other state where prlsnan have bee
heed, altbcagh th encircling uproar was
at th maxim use pitch and Intensity. The
excuse for the farmer Staying at hem
was that puvattag Weather was pood, bat
la Cincinnati only halt af Taft a vet ta
tMt was oast th reeublicaa bases. Th
pwxsl af tha season is te pi th silent
Paadlpfcta Record: Th1 or raise far
American tatsncntta la Cuba,, tf It be.
as alleged, a aegr aprtsUef, shaabl serve
ta texveaa tha besdtaacy at aerie, ta
taking over tha island w take ever the
element ef durwrbaace. Osesral Orant
was abaa right x hat eppserrlea te th
snnaisibsa af Cuba. B was eeasasd
sneers tie wales a pes lias nary the
Mead teald ba submerged far aa hour
s twa . 5 . - i-, ......
Around New York
the Carnal of Lite
as Sen ta tha Great Aseenrleaa
Metvawolta frejse Day ta Da.
Laxity ef rear!.
A vigorous demand for th ee-prt!o-i
of th court with th nolle In punish
ing crime la Msw Tork City has draw
th fir ef magistrate notoriously un
friendly police method and started
an Investigation by th Bar assort tlo a.
The demand is fortified by Police Com
missioner Waldo, who, tn a report to
Mayor Oaynor, gives statistics Indicating
gross leniency toward lawbreaker exer
cised by Us court. Tha commissioner's
report shows that ther war tit arrests
for burglary In the first four month
of tha year, with SI conviction, Mt ac
quittals and fa awaiting trial. Of them
convicted seventy-five got off with sus
pended sentence In the same period
then were St arrests for assault and
robbery, with flfty-nln conviction, Mt
oqulttal snd sixty-four awaiting trial
Of thee convicted five got suspend el
Th total Arrests for th greater eltv
la th earn period wer ,(M, with I
eovrvtctlon and LU7 ef them freed
suspended sentences. There wer Ida)
acquittal and tCM await trial.
Property stolen In th asm period wa
reported worth $l.lv7,M7 and values re
covered by the notice amounted to SR,.
Re Medal far This Hera.
Israel Oreenberg. T year old, played ca
lb stringplee of th East River pier at
Dover street until bs tripped snd fell Into
th water. A woman an saw him ran
for aid and th first person ah saw was
a neatly dressed man, carrying a vaUsa,
who had endtntly com from eae of the
Nw Haven steamer st Peck slip. Th
man dropped hi valise, ran to th pier
and dived Into tbs river. H grabbed tbe
boy snd got him aboard a aend bars.
Policeman Meyers found th man and
the boy on the bsrgs snd asked th msa
"Ton don't want my nam," said th
max; "that Isn't necseeary. Just shew
m a yiao wher I csn change my
clothe; that's all t want." In bis val
la h hsd another utL
Th policeman nt th boy ta th Hud
son street hospital. Than Meyer led
th reecoer to a seaman's lodging house.
wher a changed hi clothes, put ths
wet one back late th veil sad
walked away. Th boy will rcof.
Sere Tea af Bible.
Seven ton of Bible, snd son ef that
printed la English, bav juat bee shipped
te South Amsrtrs from th American
Bible Society house in Aster plc. They
wer In th Spanish snd Portuguese
tongues, with part la th tadta and
other dialects. The transportation oom-
panle ebarg freight n Bibles s on
other things, but they mak s favorable
Th American Bible society Is setting
ready for Bin! work among th sailors
who will pass through tha Panama canal.
It is stated ihat I. HO new ships r build
ing In Europe for th canal traffic. Th
society t already at work In Panama and
th son, but will enlarge It work a
th canal open. Through th canal It
also plan to do larger Bible work on
the west coast of South 'America.
Th society ha flalshsd th translation
of hooka of the New Testament for th
I K or Quechna Indktns ef Per and
Botlvts, wh sr descendants af the old
Incaa, Now of th seven tone of Bibles
going out yesterday wer at then book
however, a th Queehu Bible an mad
In Argentina. Sine th Spanish conquest
th Inca descends n Is virtually hav been
lav and their petitions hav been un
heeded by th Peruvian unngies watll s
yar or two ago. Mow their demand tor
school and Htsratun and tor Bibles is
being recognised by th Peruvians.
People Talked About
Tsw people know that right ben la our
midst w hav great authority oa the
"real" , authonhlp of 8haki-paraa
work K. H. Lulkhart, vie press deal of
th Lion Bonding company has delvd Into
the not neglected realm and hints that
k win shortly v.-ulg om startling in
formaline. tone ef Brecktea's (Mass.) new public
horary, was made aa honorary member
ef the Bricklayers and Plasterers' antes
before the esrvmony. Thua becoerung, at
la believed, th eldest member In point
f ta ef sny existing labor onrsnlxatlea.
Mr. Whit Is ta ha) ninety-third year.
"In th hand at inj rider th auto
mobile Is a deadly weapon." The dictum
earn from a Chjceao court, which a
sesasd a fin ef COOS against the owner
ef ear for running down a gtrl and
maiming her for Ufa Suit for a lump
am ef damage wUI com ap tatar.
During the "sooner" day of Oklahoma,
AJ JerasUEga rettved express
aies sad bank of c
which ha served a term la th federal
arhmn at Columbus. O. Now be. ts th
loudest rsforwier ta the state, hi praeoelnk
law and making a lively rua tor county
attarsay c bt hem county.
Mm. Nasaakl at Japan, who has com
te this cusmuy ss a delegate ta tha Bed
Cres convention. I very nruca opposed
te women eurTrar. She Is chairman of
the Woe Yeater Kerstng aaeocsa-
tma ef Japan. These
form nk the nuns
I A m A
WO" - 4 V
lag th noblest work af women.
saUIIZS OF THE COAL BAlOHs'
St Louis Globe-Democrat: Anthracite
ceal. it to said, will be advanced IU000.M.
half of entvh will be paid to miners. The
ether half will be the usual ccmpltmcnt
i to consumers.
New Tork World: Th anthracit op
erator were really very const derate In
raising th price of coal so noe, because
they knew that by next winter th cc
eumer would hav time to ears th
extra money to pay th Increase la price.
Baitlmon American: President Beer of
th Reading, expressed t the miner fear
ef drastic legislation if the price of coal
were arbitrarily raised. His wggeMon
of drastic legislation Is on which may.
unwittingly on hi part, commend Itself
to th public through its legislative rep
resentative. Washisgtea Bute: Tim was when there
was pretense that the coat of a' read
justment fell upon th employers, but con
sumer an ducated beyond that fallacy
and understand perfectly that tt is
economic law that ther should par their
ban of the Increased coats ef product Ion.
whether th sdvaac I ta th price of
labor or material. But tt doe not follow
that th coal producers should take ad
vantag of vry change in tha pay so!,
specially when It follow a widely ad
vertised disagreement, to add to th re
tail price disproportionately.
Springfield Republican: It la admitted
by a prominent coat operator who served
os ths anthracite stria committee that
th dvane of M cent s ton to th con
sumer will not only meet th requirements
of the wag Increase but also put an addi
tional HM0.0QS Into th coal eonfpanl'
treasuries. Th deftna of ths KM), OS
trtbut thus wrung from th public for
th s portal benefit of th ceal oomblnt
and th stockholden t that prolte la
recent yean have been narrowed because
of "th Increased coat ef mining materiel"
Yet tt seems ridiculous to ak th public
to believe that th profits of th business
hav shrunken te a point wher th eom
panle must hav mora rvnu tnm th
consumer per to of coal.
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It nicker -What Is Jones trying te In
Bocksr "A banana peel that won't
"If 1 didn't have such targe family
I could save a Uttie money."
"Don't be too sure of it- If you did a'
hive a large family you might bare
auto." Houston Post. ,
"AH aphorisms are not true. For In
stance, that loving words can medicine
"How can they when they are anything
but a drug in the market "Baitlmon
"National parti have Ivraya selected
animate aa their emblems."
Yes." replied Senator Sorghum. "I'm
afraid that If candidate get into th
habit of quarreling, the elephant, the
donkey and all th rest of them will hav
t stand aalde and mak wy for th
Kilkenny tat."" Washington Star.
A COSTUMED OPTIMIST.
Dl am a Ufa ob csnt an' woe,
Fer lot ob us, I spec.
An' some folks seems like dey wus bawa
Ter elt It la d neck;
But wben dal ole man Trouble comes
An' art hi lamp on me,
I sex ter him right pert, es L
"I do know wh you be."
Dls wnrl' has some contrary way
I c ain't Jea comprehen';
Den lets ob happenin a, my chile, '
Dat cowea de strong-ea' men.
An' old man Trouble's on his best
. But when h comes, by jing!
I sticks some wrltln' on de do'
Wot sr. "D bell don't ring."
An' when de rain come plunktn down
An' de sky sends foth a stormer
Way oft some here de sky am bine
An' de weather fair an' warmer;
Dsn's always some piac where It
So what' de use ob poutln.
Er aoowHn' fc. Wy off some place
Dey'a watermelon a sproutln'.
D price ob po'k may hit d akr,
De beef go aeroptanln', ...
De mutton rise on win ob trust. ...
Des fsc' I'm not disclaiming
But den's a mightier fac' dat cheers.
An' stead o' cnurtin' eorrer,
I'se thlnktn' ob aU de ergs dat'll be
On chlckln roosts tomornr.
Omaha. BAYOLL NE TRELE.
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