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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1912)
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A Labor Salvation Army
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Sfilecttxl by HDWAItl) MA1UOIAM.
.' Frederick Van Eedon Is known on both
continent as a man who haa tried with
brain and puns to shape Into reality a
great dream for ecanomlo justice. In Mr.
"Save Your Energy and You Will Preserve Your Beauty,"
Declares Pretty Frances Starr
,Vfcn KadeaV latest book, "Happy Hu
manity," a book ploadlng tenderly and
'trongly for equality of opportunity for
all moo, ba offers tha following aohems
lfor bocIO! betterment:
TH comrounluatlon of capital and rant.
Uio transferrin of tha accumulation of
wood to tha bands of tho community
that Is tho first and mora Important itcp
Wo have to mkke In tha lstaraat of all
aamanlty. In way this la dona already
fn the co-operatlvo eoolatlca which era ox
liting ta tSurope, But It Is not dona
raaathodicaUy and rigorously.
"And bora the great question praeanta
ifeeeif ! What sort of oommunlty shall that
w In whoa hands we trust tha owner
ship of common troodBT How shall It b
localized? Who Khali form It? How shall
It be organized? Who ahall ba Its mem-burof
'TCon ore not at all t-a Independent!?
tnnfl rationally acting animals) they think
ItfcBmselve to bo. They oro aettng and
'thinking always morn or torn hordwlaa
'under ttsa latTemoo of sroat laodinv
mind a, and strcmjc spiritual ourranta. If
thoy ware thlnktns and oatlnff ration
ally- and tndepenOently, a raat . oonv
jraarcial body with A J oat and rlanteous
'social orK&ntcatlon could easily and
qdckly ba formed; and it would, baoaust
stroasth, eaaUy patctow, all other human
UrrpomtfBBa ana ercaeatlana.
'But in tho, prosant condition of mm-
Wed But a oommanity will not
formed unlcaa a groat, powor
uted, a conrial and or-
cawtiln? ffearas, takea th mattar In
)Kvnd and rots all fete life and heart to It
Halt ouch a. man may urU any day, and
tfe&t i bubo will bo more glorified by
ifoaterfty that ttt oi Caesar or Nb
potooD, X flrealy beHeve. Have we not
actUaff tartaasea of tho nwift aohlove
jaente ot oee cinslo oommerctal or orsan-
."Ba we seem not conflno oursalves, In
0r eeaxeit.for exampln, to. tho captains
faSmtry, who worked with mora or
leas setasfe aa& narrow alms. Wo bavo
tbe lswtejoo of a very gsseroiis) minded
isssa who aural? did sot worlcSor pcrtonsj
Jpatjefit asd who achieved a wonderful
set of cegajdeattoti that extended over
tha whole world, Whatavrr wa may think
of tba Salvation Army, wn cannot dtny
that nn an example of orcranlcotlnn with
unselfish purpoes It stands unique In the
history of civilisation, This great body is
tho work of one Uadlna; man, And we
must all agree that It han dona much
good, on a rlganttn scale, for tha roscna
of tha deatltuta and tha falUn.
"But now, If you will allow me to say
So, I should far mora highly approoiato
tho creation of a Salvation Army whlcli
prevented the making: of destitutes and
alnnars. For If any one thins; wants sal
vation at the prorant timo, It Is labor,
On one hand we sna the ctipadtr of
labor threatened by d moralising extravu
gmnoe, On tha othar hand we see thoua
ands ot man who are able and willing to
work, starving and hungry, spending
their time in enforced Idleness In moot-
Ings and demonstrations, ambUtared by.
their own Ueeleseness, spreading discon
tent, and disturbing the peace of the
community. And all for want of organ
"Tho only way of definitely dealing with
the great evil Is to start a business or
iranlzatton wherein unemployment Is
methodically preventod an orgsnlxatton
that never turns off Its workman a labor
"And llkn tho Balvatlon Army wo have
to start small and grow slowly In the be
ginning, Ilka the seed ot the coming
Bishop M. S. Iw!s of Foo Chow, urging
recognition of the CMoeso republlo at a
lunahaan at the TTnlon leojrus In Phila
delphia, told A lttUe story lllustratlvo of
"A gentleman." he said, "entered a
Chinese shop to purchase tea. He found.
to his amazement, that five pounds of a
cortsin toa cost wane teu pounoe or
tho earoe brand cost
Tho Kcntloman ridiculed theso Illogical
prioesv but the shopkeeper, an the con-
'.rary. Inalrtod that he wee actl;
eerfaotlv loeical war. An ha out
" lloro buy. more rich more rich.
more, oan pay.' "Philadelphia neoora.
Graham J. tTnderwood, tho Clovelond
rotcRner was talking about tho absurd
fight that the Cordaso trust had made In
Hew Tork nfralnst certain socialists;
"Tho socialists oro fortunate tot their
snemles," ho said. "Their enemlee givo
them their finest advertisement.
"They who flsht tho soctaliste like the
Cordcse truet," he concluded, "advertise
them, benefit them. They fight them. In
nthsr words, like fools and when a fool
fights, ho opens) hie mouth and shut hts
eyes.'' Buffalo Express.
ny MAna,vnnT mmtiuu Aran.
Romewhnre way up high in tha tiptop
of the Plata holed whnrn tha windows
overlook the park, Mlm Vroneea Mtarr
had har Winter naat,
liar sitting room looks leas Ilk a
hotel room titan anv you've aver ensn,
for It's small ana ot Irregular build, and
It's done In a subdued kind of yellow
color, and when you noma into It the first
thing that ptribsa ymi la tho wendsrful
view ot Uie lwrti, and then you beuom
aware of an excnllont nrand piano In, tho
There are flower and hooka, too, but,
mark you, gentle reader, not a tingle
photograph ot tho astresa berietf, and
that's quite aharaoterUUo of MtM Starr,
H'a only With cotisWemblo effort that
you can gat Her t talk about hsrvelf,
And Dho Just Will not talk about "My
mat doos site look like off the tco?
What is "The Rosa of the Ranohu" like
and tho girl who took the easloat way,
and Becky, whose cose Is ad puxxung to
the audlenoo at the Bolaseo theater, who
oun be bo aweet and demure and ex
qulelte, and auddenly change right be
fore your eyes Into a devilish. Uttlo cat,
with hardly a point of reeemblanoo to
the first character?
If Miss Htarr wanted to she oould slip
down Into some ot our social ssttlemanta,
among the pretty young oollege girts,
who are endeavoring o valiantly to work
for the betterment of thoeo loos for
tunate, and no ono would over susppot
that she had been on the stage avon for
5 v sam
The better the no trews the laaa aotreasy
she looks, and Fntnoes Rtnrr haa earned
her rieht to a foremost position among
tha young stare of the stage,
"Tho Hose of the Itanolio" has grown
more thoughtful In looks, more InUUeo
tua, than when she took New York by
surprise In the part of tho Bpanlsh girl
five yearn ago,
ftho looks very young, very slight, and
almost frail, though she la really a strong,
nthlotlo typo of girl.
Iler hair is a wavy brown, with mueh
light In it) her oyeo aro blue Ilka the
pal or sapphire, &nd sho has a deoj and
very fascinating cleft in her onln, and
she is slraplo, natural and totally lacking
These particulars aro put in at the re
quest of so many read ere who seem to
pond a good deal of their onerjrw in
figurine out whether their favorite ao-
tnaaa fnfttra tka earns nff tlio utnira oa sha
Of course, I hod to -ask Mlse Btarr what
rules of health she observtf. ira quite
useless to ask a pretty girt why she Is
pretty. One BfeoaW never ask that Ques
tion of it woman under 80, anyhow.
"When I'm working," saU MJeu kHarr.
I simply devote all my time and energy
to that. Beyond a short walk overy day
do nothing which oould dopleto my
tero of energy, I really don't understand
how women can run about all day, and
Olvo out co muoli vitality as they do,
and have anything left for their work.
I'm sura I oan't."
"Do you oultlvato that ale of myotory
whioh Pierre JUatl says in so eeeessHal
to woman's oharmr' I (nanlrod by way
of aiding cony creation.
' Thx. Always Welcome Beverage
IT is Blue Ribbon time when you are
hot, thirsty or tired. A most healthful
beverage that both refreshes and in
vigorates. No other beer can apTroach it
in flavor or in all around dellciononesn. Ita popularity la
due to the successful and honest efforts of its nutkera
to produce a pure, wholesome And refreshing bersrags,
Bottled only at tha brewery in crystal char botttae,
showing at a etanca that it is clean and pura,
Phono or write for a case.
The Pabat Company.
riMMM DoWflM 79. A M7t
1307 Imn worth Omaha, Kbr,
Soaa' Inoroasing Toll
"Indeed I don't." Miss Htarr put In
quickly, "Hut I nocd quiet and rest It
I'm to do ray work properly, It'e ono ot
the lessona X liuvo had to learn, to con
Bonve my cnorgy for tlio thing that is
worth wWlo work,
"Reelntf too many people nveii beina
In a crowded plaoo la awhtuistlvoi but 04
far an the Idea of shrouding one' self
In myotery whioh Loll advocates that
seomo pure Bullishness (o rrtOi Itesldss
it's a luxury that few oan afford, Ptuioy
tho girt who has ta 00 up and down In
tho subway otoft day in iter work trying
to live up to IMerro lioti'a ideal of fem
inity, "Bomotimen I think tho leant ono knews
about one's favorite, authors (ho better,"
sold Mlsa fttarr, mounitnc a lout llltwlon,
"Comohow X never think about the per
sonal aide of tho npplnuso," said Miss
Starr, "I Just fol that 1 havo duno what
I wanted to and suooaadad In convoying
my thoughts to tha audtenco, It Is a dif
ficult part and though I havo the most
wonderful teaoher and crltlo in tho world
1 Mr, Belasoo it is a pretty exhausting
role Just tho same."
While lonrlnlntf the port Miss Starr
wont dtoply Into the Htudy ot psyohoU
ogy, pathology and all the other "ologiea"
whioh shed tight 011 Intsisata eases of
dual personalities llfan Hooky, Thsu she
found that Uecky Is only piim ot many
who In a teen dramatlo way have suf.
fsrwtl from wmo early ohoolc or mental
eegtUnii nnti havu later J'diind ttiu
great army of doUniiiants, fcthln nUnnstt
or wlmlnftt ywuna poopki wh prowint tho
h rout oat spclal problem of tho age,
Dlnnstrrs of tho nrn are on the" In-
crenne. Tho last few years have boon,
especially Bavoro on marine Interests all
over tho globe Millions of dollars "have,
been lost by Inmiranco and nteamsihip'
compnnlen and Individual owners ot craft ,
uf nil lilndn.
Scattered about tho graveyard ot the
deep tiro the hulln nf thousands ot ships,'
many nt them stranded on shoals' andi
rocks, Othera of these wrecks ore adrift'
nn derellotn, a mnnaco to navlgatlbh,
During tho year of 1911 moro than'Sft)
vessels, woro wrecked throughout tho
world, Ot those SSS woro vessels ol
ovor 100 tons each. Their gross tonnage,
was Ht.SM tons. Tltere woro 417 steamers:
of 010,7(13 tons nnd 411 nailing vessels o(
The vessel nf over 1M ton Wrecked In
1010 nsKrtsated tons, ot which,
i'.(17, 4 10 tona roprcscnt itoamers. TheAotal'
numhor of shlpii lost tn this yeaV cat-,
ceodod the losson of 1MI by several
hundred, It wn one ot tho wornt years
that shippers havo had.
In addition In 1011 vcrtatln ot over 104
tona caoh aggregating SS5.517 ton "were
broken up by hand and dismantled, aa
iigelnst C5Q.1C4 tona do destroyed In'BlO.
Of stnamors and sailing- veesels removed
from tho merchnnt fleet of tho 'w6fld tn
KH1, nlout SO per cent of the sailing v ta
nnin were got rid of by dismantling. Ot
pitch tonnairo St per cent represented
nrltlsh vessels, Ono quartor ot all tho
ossein wreoked wore' abandoned and
foundered at sea nnd tho rest were
It was tho wreck ot tho Titanlo lit this
year groataet In lots ot life and greatoot
lit loss of monoy that capped the cUmax
of tho disaster ot the last two pears,
whioh woro tho worst in tho annals ofi
marine history. Tho losa of this monster
ship will probably mako this year rec
ord breaker In loss of Ufo and Money.
Tho Titanlo wa valued at UR,005,00 and!
the npoclo, Jewelry and merohandlso that'
went down with It woro estimatod to be
Without Including the Titanlo tho first!
quarter ot this yenr shows vory heavy!
losses throttuh wrecks. New York Surui
"I am afraid," said Senator Porghum,
"that tho altercation In whioh I havo be-'
como involved muit bo moro or lee ob
snuro to tho oasual listener," '
"About all yon havo both said lately is
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that I am afraid nobody remembers ex
aotly what either ot us was nooused of
being, In tho first place." Washington
lI,..SIV I !
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