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The Warehouse Bills.
The legislature Is wrostUriR with
a number of warehouse bills pro.
senteu to regulate public wafohouspa
In Nebraska. So far as thwm meas
ure go they are apparently stops In
tho right direction, but conflno their
provisions for tho moat part to grain
elevators whnn, It scorns to us, tV.at
is only a part of tho Warehouse
Tho grain elevators havo cvohe.l
generally accepted trade customs
which would perhaps bo strengthened
by being written on the statute boolcs,
while warhousoj in which other
food products nro stored for legiti
mate purposes, or for market man
ipulation, havo up to tho present
been loft to do about as they pleased
with no protection guaranteed to the
public. From tho standpoint of tho
local consumer Jt Is Just nB Impor
tant, If not more important, to place
limitations on the cold storage waro
house as It is. upon grain elcvntoM,
lo have Inspection" of edibles aa they
go In to' storage and ,iib thoy como
out, and to insure publicity pf all
wnrehoiiso operations. If it is
deemed wise to subject warehouses
to Jurisdiction of a Btn,tc commission
thoy should ail bo included, and
responsibility for redress of ovlls
This Da in Omaha,
COMPILED f ROM DEE. MI.E3
000 MAKOII . P 000
Thirty Years Ag
If. M. James, city superintendent of
Omaha schools, nnrt J. J. Points, county
superintendent, nre both on the propram
of tho Nebraska State Teacher' associa
tion which Is to meet nt Columbus,
Coroner Jacobs Is Investigating tho
death of Matthias Iteplsac, the tailor,
who workcil for Frank Rnrnge, supposea
to havo possibly been poisoned.
Prof. Blankenfeldt has been elected
leader of tho Concordia Singing society.
tier ft Co. nre about to Introduce the
Incandescent electric lights In the Willow
Mr. J. Harris, Jr., celebrated his twen
ty-second birthday pleasantly at his
esldencc, corner Tenth and Farnam.
Mr. John Bonnlvlcr, one of tho old-time
Union Pacific shopmen, was tho victim
of a surprise party at his residence, ia
California street, tho occasion being hta
The- return of a, light bay pony-to K.
Kplegle's furniture storo. on South Thir
teenth street" will beget a reward.
I The ladles' of tho Methodist church
gave h Wesleyan sociable at the parsonage-
M. Toft, -the cigar' man at Twelfth and
Farnam, wants to sell his two-story brick
resldenco on Nineteenth and St. Mary's
avenue for J7.000 or rent It at V& a month.
Subscriber teat-Ins; the city
temporarily should nitre Tio Bee
mailed to them. Adilrrsa Trill lie
changed aa often on relocated.
That new million-dollar hotel for
Omaha is coming closor.
And another tiling that is made In
Nebraska, is prosperity.
Has Mr. Hearst chosen to piny tho
part of Mad Mullah in the demo
Omaha's charter .'convention, elec
tion next Tuesday. Mark It down on
Milwaukee) now, .has a hatpin
ordinance Mon,aro gradually com
lng Into their rights.
President "Wilson's, order to "stay
ypur hand," makes' tho plo-bltors'
brigade look llko'nn ordinary broad
For tho first ,llmo In Its life,
Bryan'B Commoner "has now an ad
ministration it canunqualifiedly on
dorso. , , --.
Tho rceirictlon of ProsldSnt llyan
of tho stfit'oturai Iron workers, of
courso, does nqt.chango. tho, fnctB in
Whon Jobbors nnd retailors fall
out, tho ' ultlmato consumer gots
some Interesting light on -ho fixes
the pricos ho pays.
Civil Service and Pie.
Ono American minister, Henry P
Fletcher, In Chili, Medlines to tondor
his resignation pursuant to tho cua
torn of nnib-HsadorH, and ministers
resigning with incoming admlhlstta'
Hons. Ho will hofil his post until
asked to rotlro, maintaining that he
entored tho diplomatic sorvjee aa a
career; that ho began In u minor
position - and. has advanced to hln
present 6no itrid can boo "no real run
son. for, nulttlng'ilmor'elybocauso of
a now party In powor.
It will bo interesting to watch ro
suits In hiB caso, which may ojt!)
Huh a now procodonL President Tuft
lout his support to tho movement
urged by our coramorclhl Interests
for trained diplomatic and consular
representatives abroad. Tho count;'
has rather committed Itself 10 the
desirability of this, having dlscov
orod how tho United States suffers
In foreign countries from tho lac
of exporienco nnd skill In its reprc
sontatlves, becauso wo aro con
stantly changing our men, who aro
seldom In ono plnco long enough to
sccuro tl(o advantages of others.
Now, If wo uro going to promot
this very wiso innovation, why not
( begin at, t,hIs t!mo to rpward mpflt
In men nnd encourage orricioncy
IC will bo said that a president
wishes diplomats in political sympa
thy with whom ho miiy entrust tho
most confidential mattor. That
no argument ngalnat tho civil 501
, IcoTouturo, .ivhqn tho. iroldeni.,I.8 at
Jlborty .at any liioniont tb .supplant
unfaithful sorvants. Tho real argii-
111 out against civil sorvlco 1b that It
stands In tho way of distribution bf
President . Wilson shook hnnde
with only 030 peoplo the second day.
in addition to looking after routlno
matters. ' But that was not a busy
Well, well, woll! Things aro in
deed desporato for our hydraulic
politicians when they havtf . to drag
the old Tom' Dennlaon bugbear out
In Other Lands
Ttir"j- MiiIiik for Peace.
A shattered army, demoralized soldiery,
revolutionary Intrigues and an empty
treasury are Irresistible forces driving
Turkey to a beggar's attitude In suing
for peace. The appeal to the powers two
weeks ago having failed, Turkish emis
saries were reported asking "our good
friend" the czar of Russia to Intercede in
behalf of the shattered Ottoman empire.
The surrenscr of Adrlnnople, which the
Voung, Turks party resisted and thereby
gained control of the government. Is now
conceded, but tho ministry seeks to "save
Its face" by means of an Intermediary.
Direct negotiations with the victors, in
the circumstance, Is too humiliating to be
considered only aa a last resort. 15vl
dontly tho Porte must como to It, for the
allies have made known their terms,
Theso terms are more extensive than the
conditions of the trenty rejected by the
Turks In Janunry. They Include the ad
ditional domands for the surrender of tho
peninsula of Qalllpolt and a war Indem
nlty of $300,000,000. The demand la a Joker
Intended to prevent European holders of
Turkish obligations from spreading a pro
portlonate share of the Turkish debit over
the. territory which the allies will annex.
Winter Weather render's military opera
tions impossible and affords the 'Turks
tlmo for negotiation. Evidently the end
Is In sight, for Europe, knowfngftirkeyU'
plight, regards the war as finished,
President Wilson might find for
giveness for 'declining tho Chevy
Chase membership, but nono it ho
reJectB the annual presidential baso
Still, we tako U that -an endorse
ment signed by "Brother Charley"
Bryan would do n plo hunter no se
rious harm," at least In tho Stato department.
Stiffer Building' Regulations.
Recent fires In Omaha, and dis
closures of oxcosslvo flro risk lit
many places, suggest that, "our build
ing regulations shduld bo Btlffonod
nil along the lino, olther by stricter
enforcement or by moro stringent
requirements, or possibly both.
Omaha has simply been lucky 1 11
hot having to suffer any groat flro
losses In rocont years. Tho best of
flro departments would bo handi
capped with, lnadequato water uup
ply and flre-focdlng buildings. Now
and cheaper methods of steel, con
crete and tllo construction make pos
slblo greater roductfou of firO dan
ger, but, attor nil, most doponds on
Bound architectural plans nnd faith
ful compllahco with safety require
Twenty YcarH Atf
Tho great walking match from Omaha
to Fremont was "coming on apace." A
meeting oil organization was held . at
Kchtoedcr's hall. Twenty-fourth ana
Cuming streets when It was decided to
Offer three prlx.efl-J100,irfl and with
single, cntrntico fees of 5. It. Bcsotln,
Charles Ilumohr nnd William Kopkc
wore named us a committee to make up
tho entry list.
Klster Mary Martha, 39 years of age,
died at Kt. Joseph's hoHpltnl. .
Tho health office Issued statistics show
ing that whereas in January Omaha had
nineteen deaths from croiip, typhoid
fever, diphtheria and scarlet fever, It had
only three two from croup and ono from
typhoid In February.
It whs Bald that In all probability the
school board at Its next mooting would
tnko up the matter of electing u school
hoard, architect for a year or six months.
Just about a yenr before John I.atenser
wns elected. The work of erecting new
hchoot buildings, for which tho city a
year previous had voted $400,000, was
about half cornplett-d.
Humor in railroad circles was to tho
effect that tho Burlington Intended bid
dng In tho Oregon Pacific, when that
toad In told, and use it os an extension
or 1110 Htii'iingtotrto the Pacific const.
Ten Vcarp Agi
Harry McVea was chairman of a com
mlttco f 1 out Labor Tcmplo association
looking for n, ulto.upon which to erect a
building for a Labor temple.
James-O'Connell, president of -the Iri
ternatlotiol Association of Machinists,
came from Washington, D. C, to cheer
on tho Union Pnclflo shopmen In their
frtrlko ngatnst plcco work
l.otinlo I.wrt nco Dennis of Chicago, a
colored lad of 0, preached at the African
Methodist Episcopal church and fairly
thrilled, a congregation of his peers. He
'ns -celebrated 'as a boy preacher. He
Ptiucnea-ijpon tiie rather ominous text,
"MziiKiera vision of the Dry Bones."
And he kerned to mako a Xow of those 'n
tho. house ijuark by some' of his cold and
Mr. and Mrs. I). Clem Deaver of
O'Neill "and Henry Keeler of Duadwood
were registered .at Uueb'Mlllard.
W. 8. Jlelphrey, who for twenty years
traveled out of Omaha for the Booth
Packing company and tho Hammond
Packing company, resigned from tho
former to go to Chicago. 1
It must be admitted that the olco
bunch aro smooth at driving bar
gains whon they can compromlso a
million-dollar flnu for 10 cents on
Pity those poolr' p'roduco commis
sion men who aro doing business at
& loss from a purely patriotic doslro
to keep the high cpst of living from
Thai water meter doal Is almost
kb raw as If a merchant made every
customer pay cost and a 00 por
cent profit for tho cash register that
records his purchase.
And now the Commoner will cpme
lagging along behind all the rest with
the news of the appointment of its
distinguished editor to the most con
splcuous offlco within the gift of the
If our; Water boarderB would only
first redeem their oft-made, .and as
often broken, promises of lower
water rates, the peoplo of Omaha,
would be disposed to look much more
kindly on them. "
When the history of Nebraska
cornea to be written the battle of the
boardlngiliouBe keepers' to hold 'their
entrench faie'nts around the university
campus wll( rank only bclqw tho fa
mous battle of Wounded. Knee.
Training Rural Teaohers.
In tho country Ufq BUrvey It was
clearly perceived, that one important
nood was larger efficiency In rural
school teaohers, as woll as rural
proachers. . It was agreed that bo
foro ovor achieving the Ideal of "bit
ter farming, bettor buslnoss nnd bot
ter living," tho social factor must
bo strengthened, and that the school,
as a center of social activity as woll
as education, must como In for
good deal of attention.
Tho tendency in most state3 is to
send young girls fresh from gradua
tlon, without knowledge or special
adaptability, to handle tho: fctUrdy
youths on the farm? Tho r'eaultanre
often confplet'o failure,' so much so,
jn'- fnct, that the United States
Bureau, of Education has Issued a
dlreot appeal for training courses for
rural, teaotfprsi In Ohlo"n mtat ad
Yunced plarfhaa bpon promulgated
by tuo -lata woutury uq com wis
slon;;to employ oftly woll fjtUd men
Jonfl wdmon ni'cn, If'posslMo for
tha rural schools; to pay them well
glVo thorn a tract of luiM for tholr
own use, whore thoy nny ourn
supplementary Income nnd l.oar'
family and add to Uiobo ainoliiniont
a long or good behavlo- tenure
Somewhero between tho present
laxity and this advanced Idea a com
mon solution of this very vital prob
lem must bo found nnd nppltod.
Here and There
Indiana now proposes to adopt ''On tho
Banks of tho Wabash" as the Btate song.
Before the Inauguration souvenir flenda
reached Woshlngton, silverware in tho
national t-Apltol restaurant waa locked In
A medical expert in Pittsburgh nan
demonstrated that the average resident
carries in his lungs a quarter of a pint of
The new buffalo nickels were put In
circulation In Now York and Chicago last
Saturday. Such was the demand that
hawkers buffaloed crowds out of 15 cents
for each nickel. No limit to eaay money.
For full seven years occupants nf
several tenements In Flushing, U I.,
escaped paying rent because heirs to the
property could not be located. Last
month tho heirs wero found and the rent
collector surprised the squatters with an
Two women In Kansas City, profes
sional nurses, both nervy and muscular.
caught a speak thief In their homo and
beat hlm up so thoroughly that he could
not give his name to the police for twen
ty-four hours. The Incident shows where
to seek the right kind of material for tho
&U Louis s quite chesty over the fact
mat a rramrnt nm ;iot una at mo span-
loll prisoner fortune baft temptingly of
fered for an emergency handout In cash.
The tender was turned over to the fod-
eral authorities. , The game exudes more
romance- .that .Mubray'a sure wlnnlnc
hore race, and. has caught several sucker
In this country. . ...
I'ropheciea Thnt Failed.
In his written mediations on nations,
statesmen and events, recently printed In
Berlin, tho oxlled Sultan Abdul Hamtd,
whllo yet on the throne, praised Allah
that Anatolia. .remained as "a last rcfuga
for our fellow .countrymen and fellow be
lievers, harassed from alt s(des!" In the
same document Abdul "ridiculed tho no
tion of.. Perman Influence atjd. qerman
colonics along the line of tho Bagdad rail
way. What tho wary old ruler then de
cried Is now actually approaching fulfill
ment. Germany Is putting J100,000,000 Into
the Bagdad railway and Gennnn Influ
ence without Oerman-colonies dominates
the country traversed by, the llrte. Con
structlon Is going forward In fonr socUons
and 72,000 men are employed. , Konla Is
the western terminus of the road which
has already entered the Euphrates valley.
On the route aro the historic towns of
Adana. Aleppo. Mosul on the Tigris. Tar
sus, birthplace of St. Paul; Haran, the
town of Abraham; the famous Cecllllan
Plains, the Tarsus and Amanus range of
mountains, the ruined capital of ancient j
Assyria and the burlul place of Jonah.
For 100 miles tho road follows the right
bank of the Tigris to Bagdad, below which
lies the ruins of ancient Babylon. An
English company will carry tho track
from Bagdud to tho Persian gulf. Modern
progress will In due tlmo reduce Turkey
In Asia to the present beggarly condition
of Turkey In Europe.
Otie of the kinks Introduced Into tie
Algeclras treaty by the powers provides
for Joint International. control of Tangier,;
tho plcturcaquo ( Moorish metropolis, of,
North Africa., Spain controls territory
cast and west of Tangier and France all
tho adjacent Inland. Othor European
powers, particularly Great: Britain, fore
seeing tho need of a wedgo separating
the coast possessions of these powers,'
excluded Tangier from the divisible, loot
and erected the tourists' Afiican resort
Into anrtternatlopal'freo pot, In charge
of Europeans, who In turn will direct iha
natives how to manago affairs' under
modified form .of home rule. There. Is
to bo two assemblies a commission of
the consuls of the powers and an elective
municipal council of natives. The former
body will choose an administrator in-
ested with executive, power. .Judicial
power will bo exercised by International
courts as In Egypt. This Is the frame
work of tho system which an Interna
tional commission la charged to worK
out in detail.
rV 1'oiiulnr President.
Letters from Paris correspondents of
American papers confirm the earlier Im
pression conveyed by press dispatches of
tho great popularity of the now president
of France, M, Raymond Poncalre. Tne
people are pleased with his stmplo ways,
his activities, his energetic Interest In
public affairs and tho absence, of the
somber aloofness of fornur presidents,
Innovations Introduced and customs over
thrown whet public admiration for his
democracy. President Poncalre has sent
word along the H1V0 to omit formal courte
sies except on official visits. The re
publican guard around the palace has
been sent to Its barracks, and with It
goes tho soldier vigil at his sleeplng-room
door. He goes about Paris Just like a
private citizen, visits friends without
formality, attends meetings and social
functlona( apd enjoys life with the seat
of a care-free, healthy gentleman. Paris
enjoya tjie change Immensely, and party
opponents In the chamber, even the rad
ical socialists, show signs of a desire to
jump Into tho band wagon of a "live'
Money to Dcrelop Nebrnakn.
OMAHA, March 7. To the Editor of
The Beo; I was glad to read your article
about loaning money to Kfnkald home
1 havo Just had called to .ny attention
a condition that exists In one locaiiy
that will Illustrate how important it Is!
for farmers to be able to get money at A
reasonable rate of interest so the stale
may be developed rapidly.
In the locality mentioned u large num
ber of men want to borrow money to buy
milk cows, and the security seemed so
good that I could not understand why
they could not get It at their local bank,
but Investigation shows that the local
bank Is able to place Its money as fol
lows; Several farmers finding themselves
unable to borrow money aro having sales,
selling out preparatory to leaving the
country, and tho local bank gets 2 pjr
cent for clerking the sale and passing
upon the paper; takes tho notes drawing
10 per cent at a discount of C per cent and
thereby placing their money nt 17 per ceht
of the faco Value of tho nrtes, which 1
really costs them only 03 cents on the
dollar, or practically 18 per cnt on their
monoy paid out.
. Dots anyone think, this, is, going, to buli-1
up.our state? "Not much. ,
The importance of this matter cannot
bo over-estimated. The business men jf
Denver are preparing to meet the heeds
Ip Colorado, and Omaha should now com?
forward and meet the needs in Nebraska.
There can bo no aafer loans than tho
kind mentioned, and thousands of Ne
braska farmers are, anxious to keep thci
farms and get Into the dairy business.
D. CLEM DEAVEtt.
"So you think a member of congress
has some advantages over a president?"
'Yes. A member of congress can get
leave to print, but a president has to
stand out-of-doors and read every word
of his Inaugural address." Wnshlngton
"What brought you here, my poor
manf asked the philanthropic visitor at
"Bad cooking, ma'am." responded the
gloomy prisoner In cell f7.
"Bad cooking? How?"
"The jedge had a fit o' indigestion
when he sentenced me. ma'am." Chicago
"The manager told me he'd give me
the Job If I'd deposit 11,000 aa security."
"And what did you say?"
"I told him I would if he'd deposit
H.000 as security for my security." Bos
"If women aro sent to congress, what
"Why, every woman will want to be
speaker or tne house." Baltimore Amen
qulto Interested In that proposition that
the three angles of a triangle are equal
to two right angles.
Second Lawyer That isn't very com
plicated. . ,
irir.t T.nwvorKn hut I was trying to
think what a man could do if he had tho
other sldo of the case. Puck.
SISTER'S SHOPPING BAG.
''Miss Adair," said tho caller, "you kept
Bobby in after Bchool ono day last week,
and I couldn't get him to tell me why.
Will you please tell me?"
"Certainly. Mrs. Barker," answered
the teacher. "I borrowed his pocket
knife to sharpen a pencil with, and when
t opened tho little blada I found ha had
ben cutting plug tobacco with It." Chi
First Lawyer I was looking over my
boy's geometry lesson last night. 1 was
.Around : the Cities
Mr. Bryan evidently dea not yot;
realize mat na secretary, ;or stato
charged with the dlrectloji' of our
foreign relations, he 1b p'raqtlcally
head of the diplomatic corps, 'and
that In diplomacy sllcnco is worth
more than speech.
If all Its contracts are to be made
by private agreement negotiated in
secret, wjjy should tho Water fioard
go through tho form of Inviting com
petitive Jiids on anything? And how
long will blddors stand for this sort
of fraud upon them after they get on
to the ropes?
Brewery "workers . In Philadelphia
threaten,, to sjrlko becauso thry aro at
lowed only soven,drlnks u day.
Mleourl Public Utilities commission
comes to tho rescue of St- Louis strap
hangers' pj,-ordering Into servlco WO more
street ca$, v;'
Chicago httl been advised by sool-il set;v
lee workern that the beat means-of check
lng orlme waves Is to place women on tho
A proposition enlarging the activities of
the olty treasury Into a regular municipal
banking house la to bo determined by tha
voters of Seattle at an election called for
A Philadelphia pian' who traveled on
nothing but his nerve for two, years. Us
ing at the best hotels and riding In hlrxl
automobiles, schedules his debts- In
bankruptcy court at ISl.W7.oo,
Down In New York a U-year-old ,gtrl
unknowingly let a burglar into her horn.
Discovering her mistake she let out
series of screams and chased the crook
Into tha urms of a policeman
Llda K. Wiggins In Judge.
The articles boys stow away
in trousers' pockets. I must say,
Are many and diversified;
But, geel they're nothing put beside
Those found when, hunting Fldo's tag,
1 emptied sisters snopping doki
A vA ... ..I- no.- VtVAff
U UN.) ..Will ,noWj (1- tuaubw,
A handkerchief, a yard of net,
A drinking cup, a collar stay,
A ticket to the matinee,
A comb, a brush, a powder rag
All these In sister's shopping bagl
Some "violet talcum" In a can,
A kodak picture of a man,
A looking glass, a calling Hat.
The latest "Bules for playing Whist,'
A clipped out Joke from some smart wag
All these In sister's shopping bagl
A crochet needle, spool and lace;
A letter from her school chum, Grace;
A little manucurlng set,
Three postage stamps, a novelette,
A sarety pin, a sman biik iib
All theso In sister's shopping bagl
And any boy whose sister pries
Into his pockets and then cries,
"My goodness, brud, see what I've foundl
How can you pack all thla around?"
Should say, "Aw, that's no load to
draSl . . ,
Just think what's In your shopping bagl
. .On .Behalf, of San Dleito.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 3. To the
Editor of The Bee: My attention has
been called to a letter signed by Mr,
John F. Behm In your Issue of February
7, and how true Is that old sdfylng that
a truth can never catch up with a mis
statement. Md Behm gives a 'black el'c
.to California, after ta ataj here pf on.ly
a few days. This short sojourn was dur
ing a most unfavorable time of the year
audtupplemented with an unprecedented)
cold wave of three days that reduced tne
temperature-to ten degrees below freezing
and caught tho fruit growers unaware.
as they were not prepared to combat
the calamity; tho consequenco being that
Instead of 1,000 carloads of lemons being
shipped from this county this year It will
be difficult to fjnd fifty carloads. Through
climatic conditions and freaks of natuto
Nebraska and tho middle west states
have In the past sufferod the failure of
their staple crops. The cold wave In
this section this year being the first on
record, wo hope that It will not be re
peated In years to come.
After tho sun goes down, Iri January
nnd February, near the coast, heat Is
needed for comfort nnd warm clothing
Is necessary, but fuel oil being cheap, jno
enrf Keep very comfortable at slight -x
As regards building, Mr. Behm must
havo looked through dark glasses, as tho
city of San Diego has Just commenced
to grow. The building permits of 1912
Wero over Jtl.OOO.OOO and the building per
mits since January 1, 1913, aro over 1,500.-
000. Buildings of all sizes and kinds are
In process of construction and I can ceo
no reason for any man to be out -of work
unless he Is Incapacitated or lazy, I
have traveled all over this country and
from my point of vlow San Diego s
tha largest and busiest small city In the
United States and In five years will havo
a resident population of 160,000.
Tho San Diego exposition Is unique and
being built along different lines of past
efforts of like character, and will be
the exposition of opportunity, progress
Southern'Callfornla has an Ideal climate
and by the proper conservation of water
the undeveloped areas can support mil
lions of people In comfort and even lux
ury now eking out an existence In the
larger cities of the east and middle west.
"A thousand mites It stretches.
Beneath Its skies of blue
From the Bay of San Diego
To um inns or sispiyou:
From the snow crowns of the mountains
To tne sunny tines at piay,
Tla the golden land of sunshine,
California all the way."
H. J, PENFOIJJ,
Secretary Panama-California Exposition.
Twice Told Tales
You men who like to rub
elbows with Fashion, come see
the new Crossetts. Note the
model boot above. Of dull
chrome calf, glove calf uppers.
Eight buttons. Style 24.
tJ0 to S6.C0 Evtrywhtrt.
LIFE'S WALK EASY"
Uwli A. CreiKtt. Inc., Mtlirt, North AHncton. Mui.
UlVnPWe Celling Agents
Money for China.
Once more assurances are given that
the six-power loan to China has been
completed, the papers signed and tho flrt
Installment of $10,000,000 paid over. Simi
lar reports havo been made repeatedly
since negotiations began ten months ago,
followed by an equal number of denials.
The present reports bear, strong evidence
0! accuracy. Inasmuch aa trie' terms and
conditions of the loan are given, as wed
as. tho purposes for which tlio money s
to bo expended. Jlut one omission '
noticeable, iiamely, the territorial grabs
Indirectly .involved In tho deal. Russia's
bite la upper Mongolia; Qrcat Britain's,
Tibet. Every time the loan was ready
for the closing act on former occasions
some obstaclo whs 'Interposed to delay
matters, particularly as- to the use of
the. money for military -purposes-. -Mili
tary nativity - by Chha would interfere
With plana ot th.q land grabbers. With
that Vital, feature of the joan guarded
against, the -security being latlsfactJ'Jf
and the disbursements supervised, it la
highly probable, that 'the JeaJ-ls closed.
Over the Seas
On a test, paper insulation on exposed
electric wires has' withstood service for
A handy man with a sharp knife can
cut Ida name or Initials in a cork and
use It Inatead ofi.it rubber atamp.
A new machine 5gun, with which GOO
bulleta can be filed a. minute Is scarcely
heavier than an ordinary army rifle-
Mule power la be entirely eliminated
and ruc-ceeded by electricity In an Illl
nols coal mine. Vblch plana to have tho
la.tfut ilectrlc hoist In the United States,
lie Meant Well. '
They were apeAklng of how frequently
wo mean well, but express ourselves
badly, when dovornor Brewer of Missis
sippi, related an Incident that occurred
In a church of a small country town.
"The pastor In charge of the church,"
said tho governor, "was a new one. He
had occupied tho pulpit only a few weeks,
but in that time he had preached sev
eral exceedingly clever sermons.
"On the Sabbath in question his dis
course was particularly good, and as he
stepped Into the aisle at the conclusion
of tho service the congregation gathered
around to congratulate htm,
" 'Oh, doctor,' gushed one of tho women,
'I want to tell you how much I enjoyed
your sermonl What a wonderful knowl
edge you have of your subjects, and how
lnsplrlngly you preach them!' 1
"He does, Indeed!' contributed an'
elderly deacon, coming up at that mo
ment and seising the dominie's hand.
Why, docitor, wp never' knew what aln
was until you came!' " Pntiaueipma
Pnrthlan ArroTV. - j
A well known . Louisville physician re
lates (he fpllowlng ' Incident of hla
younger days as a Vractltfoner,
"I was sitting In my office one morn
ing," he say, "when there appeared one
of tho moat grotesque hoboes I Kavp Yer
seen. He bowed with genuine tramp hum
ility and began by stating that ho was
Beeklng employment. Rather tartly, I
replied th'at I knew of no service h
could render mc. Edging out of the office
and shooting a malicious glance at me
as he wen, he called out:
'Well, 1 kin dig gravesl" "Louisville
No Place far Small Talk.
The small- son of a devout Kansas
City father was visiting his grandparents.
The aun had Just como out after a long
rainy season, and the head of the family,
after saVtng grace at. tha breakfast table,
gave thanks' for the bright morning and
the beautiful Bunahlne."
Why. grandpa," Interrupted the young-
ater, accustomed to a stereotype form
nt u-nrahln and ahocked at what he con
sldered his grandfather's Irreverence.
"You must pray don't talk to God about I
tho weather.' -Kansas City Star. j
in men in charge of Pennsyl
The requirements are high;
but they are met by master rail
road men who are public service
experts. , Every employe of the
must possess intelligence, court
esy and tact There s a differ
ence even in the way they
They hold safety and peace-of-mind
of passengers as primary
obligations. Otherv e they
wouldn't be'Vennsyl . ania"men,
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mi A F.HVICE Inn CHICAGO I
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WA S H I N GT O N . Philadelphia,
NEW YORK, Cincinnati. Indian
apolUiLouUrtlla, Dayton, Colum
bus. OereUzuL Information on
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