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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913.
The) Omaha dail,y bee
tPOTtNDBP BY EtmAlrP ItOOBWATBU
VICTOR BOgBWATITO. MU1TUK.
OJKH BUILDING, FAIWAM AND OTaX
Entered at Omaha postofflco as second-
1 fni.ttita ftu, OIinffpnlPTIrtM'
Sunday Bee. on rear .. ?-,Yt
ffii thiwVTeIiwllha democratic caucus, refusing to
pally Bcr. and Sunday, one year1....
Evening, -without Sunday. pr month.
SSii iSSSl P.mo:5i
a. ell r-nmhininta nf Irrwrularltles
In delivery ta Cltr Circulation Dept. ,
REMITTANCE. , .
Remit by dratt, express or postat otder,
TwiraTi in Tn no Publishing company.
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r .m.li aoonunta TVrnnnal checks, ex
cept on Omaha and eastern exchange) not
Omaha The Deo building.
Booth Omaha-2318 N Street.
Council Bluffs If North Mala Street
Lincoln-36 Little building.
Chlcago-001 Hearst building:
Wow Vnrk-TtMim llOrt. 3S6 Fifth AVe.
fit Tv.im kw nank of Commerce.
Washington 735 Fourteenth St. N. W.
Communications relatlns-to new and
Mitnniu mauer snouiu uo huuicbw
Omaha Ilee. Editorial department
e, r MAbnLslta. County of Dousta. as:
Dwtght Williams, circulation manager
ot The Bea Publishing company, being
duly sworn, says that the average dally
circulation lor urn monin. ui
was K,40t DWIQHT WILLIAMS,
Subscribed In mj presence and wot
Subscriber leaving tho city
temporarily should have Ttte flea
mailed to the in. Address trill b
chanced os often, its requested.
Sluct Boom! .Ah!
Ha&olt tho Bstfost and aancst ever. 1
This "relief" from the hot spell is
chiefly in tho forecast
Take art Inventory of h'la fingor8qur iaureis, lot us try today for n
sad torn before, and after,
Remember the Olorloua Fourth,
find keep it safo and sane.
Tho glorioua Fourth neeoT not
dean tho Inglorious Fifth.
To err is human whoroforo ProBl
den Wilson, decided to gQ.to Qettya-Ulw
Mr. "Hearst may forgot and' forglvo
all else It tho administration will
only endorse his war policy,. .
Tha American Fourth of July ha.
imL, maa; Imitations, hut vowhertf in
th. wo?M has it sver ben equaled.
Bos Murokr Is maklnr Governor
SvkNftr realise -what a terrible thine
it im. ta orfead or defv tha Tamaaav
.v , .. , 1
LIS! , . il ' - V .!
- , '44
FitieeK years , atace the hattW bt
SmMmo bar which marred the!
death kaelf of1 Spaahh oppression, la!
Ta war those- old veterans stood
u aader that QettyabUr svin Is
eaougn to anvo a uoo osier to tna
la view of the, .wectacular afterv I
xaath, tJfco couacll should have saved
the firing" of the cltr electrician for
the Glorious" Fourth.
tae. Mtor "to 'everything but the(,;"
T twanlv-onB-vcar franchtsa
UmK yermita the floating of twenty
year bonds, btit it also meaaa that
ew intte eaaaot tie p the
Oettyxburg still reminds us .that
tk first battle, feoght oa aettkern
mil kweke tkv haektMne e tae cen
federacy and payed the wayjo peace
R8U naity, , .
it la STto know aavwav that
11 m MHOQ SO KBOW, EByway, IB&IJ
tk ateeased World-Herald unquali
fiedly approves the new charter pro
vision fas & workable Initiative, ref
erendum and recall.
Mtra. t of twn tn on tho nnniJ
of Cleveland adopted a homo rule ! there about an ancient cas--c,..
. .l. I tin nnrf an ftmntv title to tompt a
caafier. nuea uiei peuyie o umauai
da likewke Jt will fee a- great thing
fee them and their cltr.
Laser Comralaaloner Pool at Lin-
coin Is deluged, our correspondent!
refwrt. with demand for farm
bande. H, to tne. harvest ileld, la-
duBirml iverjtara. ot the World.'
Tost ardteetsed from the Department
of Jwt4e. MeRearaolds,
WKk the merit: at brevity to com-
mep4 K, lt'e away ahead of the eld
rdta atetheaV anywayt
It K had tma possible! to prevent
ex-BMMheraef eonKrosafrnm hrm.
lag lebytoe. one or two certain
statawaea from Nebraska woSld sot
have resMedfgr the last ten year in.
Ti prisoner in the dty baaUle
are aaaBlmoB la their vote for aj BanM of appreciation of thta rela
Kfcw, palatial aA feoBafortahle cltyf t,on' Lot tae American gtrl go
Jail. If jperwUted ta hava their way!
they weuld have shower hatha aad
W, have ,eeW a. marked eepy
of ttie eateesaed Outlook; cajllag. at-
ieuosi 10 a cKretmiy. ineparea ae
feaae M Wall asreet's fcrtock eV-
cbaswf; Weaker If this is part
odmi publicity bureau lobby pt ourjeUaliy to saotorcyolisu and auto
3critt4 vemaeart jdclverav
Our Senator Insurges n, Little.
0r democratic United States
senator from Nebraska Is doing, a lit
tle Insurglng himself.
Being In tho nowspapor huslnoBH,
and knowing what flno publicity it
brings, he haa boldly walked out of
piny any longor becnuso a majority
' " democratic collea-gnca declfnod
to take up as an amendment to tbo
tariff bill his. proposal for a gradu
ated Internal rovenuo tax on to
bacco "to pill tho trust OUt of busi
But let no one take our democratic
senator's insurglng too seriously. It
will bo found that ' his Insurgency
docs not go down vory deep below
tho skin. He will continue to go tho
limit for anything labeled "demo
cratic," and take his orders from tho
democratic caucus-, and democratic
schoolmaster president, Ilk a good
..... . -r i i , i
Millie Doy. uigm now no is uouuns
because - ho-sees Little '.Brother Bryan
sitting closer to the teacher's desk,
but a stick of sugar candy In tho
form of appolntlvo patronage will
bring him back to tho reservation If
' he shall bo needed.
Now for Safety and Sanity.
On tho morning of tho 137th an-
nlvcrsary of our glorious independ-
enco, let us observe mat woi are
making splendid progress with the
safer and sano Fourth of July. Last
year, according to tho Journal of
the American Medical association,
only forty-ono doaths woro recorded
for tho entlro country ,.aa against 4C6
in 1903, injuries In 1912 only 947
as compared with 3.983. .
But why have forty-one deaths and
947 Injuries. In spite of tha amaz
ing improvement made, there is room
for moro and more, and so instead
ot assuming falso pride over these
flgurca and resting carelessly upon
still better record.
Tho day will come, wo doubt not,
when people will wonder that thoy
over tolerated tho old-fashioned,
Hf' nBRf A1?" ?Jb.ratln
of't&e Fourth of Xuly and tho sooner
it cornea tho hotter for all, including
a high and discriminating senso of
meaning of tho day,
; Another; White House Wedding
It la only tho expected happening
in tho announcement ot President
and Mrs. Wilson of tho coming mar-
,tt of " of al hr,oe dn?tcJf-
It wa& discounted beforehand, ro-
garded as almost a foregone conclu
sion that bofor Mr, Wllson'n term
expired, oho if not all-of the young
womea might marry la tha White
house. White, hoaso, marriages have
slwaVa. lMM"fckfi antelect of- deeD a-
l" ZUdim . . 1 , . 2 .1 .
tloaal latejest aaa it is -natural' tnai
porsoaaf prldo tn sucVa dlfltlrjcflVfl
would work, upon both tho young
man and youug woman with such an
Miss Josslo Wilson, the president's
Bcon(j: daughtor. la th6 only ono ot
the hreo glrte to take a prominent
Dart ia pubiia atfalrfc. She has
hawn-hersalt to be not only a atu-
if nf nnlttfonT lnnte. but oC thd
cBf condItfon8 of every day life
af'ccting womankind, and somowhat
of a public speaker. Her flanco ap
pears to be quite democratic in his
I station and activltios, while ot high
culture in education and travel.
i woro venr jjuiuiju kfmwuyo Mvv
brides, DUt 10 rresiuoni. v.iuvb.buu
ih whlto h0UB0 Rroom belongs
tbo moat unique distinction, since ho
"a the oaly chief executive over to
marry In that mansion and hia bride
conserved her popniarttr tnrougnout
hia terms of office as first lady ot tho
1 a Mtoaniirl fftrl haa snurneii the
opportunity of living in an Irish
,,, . . nV,IHIw thrown
In. preferring to continue her course
as a student at tho state university.
But what other normal-minded
American girl would not da the. same
thing, under similar circumstances?
typwat American wwwrn B.ru
especially can prUvur.uB
tora iieia or practical sqi-viw in.
Ufa! Wliat rtobility ta there to. com-.
Pare with heraT Certainly none that
could come with thla heritage in a
land where tha pernor of nominal no
bility has at UraeB done very ignoble
Some day this Missouri girl prob
ably will have her own royal castle
and noblo title, as most girls In the
course of events do. Sho will pre
side over her own kingdom and that
will be the consummation ot her
I bapP,ne8S and Uto orvico- To what
estate may any American woman.
.whether ot, high-born or low degree,
to MB,re Bnor6 truly noble than
belBS a K00d wife and
I moiner aun can oi lua wcoi vuun
our system ot popular eaucaiion cap.
wr subserve Is to lnoulcate a due
aCK to ner ecuoqi ana uie ensue
j ca una go neggtug, ir neea pe.
for ways hj&t, are aaxK ana tncus
that are vain, the "heathen Chinee"' "X'SS oit3 bT wXJS5
ha nothing on those Wall street op-
efl The laJaaotleD. ''Slow up." applies
Urns Day iuOjaaV
Thirty Years Ago -
'ine glorious Fourth was auiy ceieuraiea
In Omaha In various ways, although. .
pronounced comparatively quiet
Tha Ancient Order of Hibernians and
Kmmet Monument ossoclaUon held forth
for a Grand plelnlc at HascaH's park.
going out with a procession headed by a
band. In the afternoon a heavy rain put
a damper on tho festivities.
At tho bait park tho Orand Avenues of
Bt Louis ar.d the Union Pacifies played
a morning game, the visitors being de-
feated by E to 1 For the Union Pacifies 1
Rockwell pitched and Brlggs caught, but
were relieved by Salisbury and Bandle
after the sixth Inning.
A hilarious celebrationis sent a ball
from a pistol through the big plate glass
window ot the Wabash ticket office.
John Itoslcky went out to Wahoo to
orate, and Colonel Smyth tor the
Eagle's feathers ot Schuyler.
Contractor MeHugh's wlfo and daughter
arrived home from a visit to Texas.
During- the storm two houses In the
north part of the city wcro struck by
lightning, ono the residence of II. Jqhn
son, 1816 Burt, and the other that of
Dr. 8. D. Mercer on the same block
Dr. Plcgenbaum has opened an office
In Moire's block, Fifteenth and Capitol
Twenty Years Ago
J. II. Belden, a motorman, was crushed
between two colliding motor cars near
Courtlond beach In the evening and fa
tally Injured. Fully 3,000 people at the
beaoh wcro compelled to walk to the
Sherman avenue lino on account of the
A vender of fireworks gave an Involun
tary; and to him costly, demonstration at
Courtland brnnti. Whit V,.
his wares- and selling- some a mischievous
tnnfnh fnnnit l ...... LI. ..... I
supplies. Ignited and the wholo shebang
went up In a confusion of noises and
colors. And thero was a scattering of
the spectators when tho Roman, candles
and skyrockets and nigger-chasers and
othor Implements of destruction went on
the rampage. The loss to the man was
Patrick Muthlrn, a grader employed by
Billy Catr. whoso camp was at Thlrteentn
etrce.t and Missouri avenue, shambled Into
W...!..-. o i. mvl.....u ...... 1
about midnight with the nonchalant air
at a man fatigued from labor and an'
nounced that ho had had a rough-and
tumble with footpads and escaped with a
bullet In his back. Ho was not running
from them, but waa attacked from the
rear. They removed htm to the Pree
The Fort Crook soldiers beat the Young
Men's Christian association ball team at
Athtttlo park; 6 to S. MeKehrer. playing
with, the Young Men's Christian astocla
tlon. starred in a triple play in tha ninth
William J. Biles of Hastings and Miss
Anna X. MWCtnney ot Omaha were mar-
riod by Rev. C. W. Bavidge at hia rest-1
!?.' mmi iii yaoaru wiin oniy iwo nunac i
jpu m unM. ;
UloS e. men to
i AlXlVnr AlYWirM lavilal n riPAMamet nn
iuiiiA.jftiK . ...
'V m S- ' i?1
afatlto .convene, at th. Orpheurn
larater in a lew aays,
Eutf Ci Harmon, and Joela E. Lupton
ore married hy Rev. Charles W, 8avldg.j
at hia West Leavenworth street homo.
Henry Itarta of Williams Bhoe com
pany, Franks wlcox of , the Sorosl
Shoo store end F. A. Cressy ot South
Omaha left for Boston.
K. .0. Newman former buyer aod man.
ger of tho mullnery department at
Brandels accepted a similar position at
Hay den Bros,
Quite a notable party passed through
Omaha, going east on the Burlington. It
was headed by Mayor Tom Johnson of
Plv.ln with vthnm Tt. -V
Post and Howard a Taylor, tho latter
prosecutoing attorney ot Chicago and
Judge Silas A Holcomb ot Broken Bqw4
former, governor or reorasxa.
Mrs. C. A. Hunter of Bt. Paul. Minn.,
was the guest of her parent, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Q. Urlau,
People Talked About
Prince Ernest, husband of Emperor
William ot Germany's daughter, haa an
income. of f t,ooo.ooo a year.
A New York school girl who
graduating dress cost 41 cents got her
picture In tho paper, Wasn't that
Mr. Roosevelt has taken out a permit
to carry a gun. In the tall timber of
sagamore mil a. gun has o, longer reach
than a big stick.
As If to- Increase the perplexlUea. of
statesmen lingering In Washington a, new
law forbids the selling of liquor to club
members on Sunday.
The wife ot Premier Zahle of I?en'
mark. Is tha official stenorranher ot the
Danish. Parliament at 8 a year. While
i,r hu.hmi l nrmipr h intend, to
ctve her. stlary to a shorthand fund.
Leo Barrett, .on of William Barrett ot
Cambrtdg, Vt, aged li years, haa per
fected an Invention by walch an englno
can take on water without stopping. It
haa beon approved by the patent office
When he conferred, the LL. D. on Ed.
ward Douglas White, chief Justice ot the
United States, President Faunce ot
Brown university, .spoke ot him as "a
Jurist who possesses the confidence ot
America and. behind all letal learning,
rarrles a. huraan heart"
Charles R. Retckhoff of Ilemet. Cat.
haa touched neither water nor any other
liquid than the juice or rruus ror tour t0 r. o. Allen of York, who take pos
years. Relckhoff, who la the son of a I selon this week The paper was founded
millionaire living ot Orange City, some!
years ago determined to live on nothing
but fruit and. nut. He says he U In per-
An 80O-mile rid over the civil war
battlefield In Virginia, Maryland and
Pennsylvania has been completed after
forty-five daya spent In tha saddle, by a
party of officers from the army war col-
lege headd by Brigadier General Orosler-
on, tho ground over wmcn they were
fought Brigadier General Frank D.
Baldwin. Tl. a ret.lrsd officer, who served
as an officer of vqlunteera In the civil
war and who la aald to be the only
officer with two medals of honor, made
the ri4. with the- youacer rata-
Bnlna In Olleoil.
OMAIIA. July 1-To tho Editor
ot Tho Beet The . late disastrous
Rtorm In Omaha will soon be but
mnPV ., ,hii in nhm it
will leave scars and saddened hearts for
all time td come. Personally. I am very
grateful for the miraculous escape of the
members of my family and self, grateful
t0 the XjotO. In sparing us and sending to
ua ni!ip Bt u,e aUpreme moment, two good
berolo men. George T. Blandford and
meorso L Swart, who. while Unhurt
themselves, left their wrecked homes to
assist, with all their strength, their more
unfortunate nelchbors. and to their SDlen-
did efforts the escape ot my family and
others from great danger In our wrecked
homes Is largely due.
And after we were extracted, dazed,
bruised and torn, what was left of Mr.
Blandford' home was thrown open to all
who would enter, and thero Mrs. George
T. Blandford, with tireless energy and
splemUd nerve, mothered the whole lot
of us; food, clothing, cheerful words and
encouragement came from her like the
balm of Gllead, and for the true human
hearts of such as these, are we, dear
Lord, truly thankful.
Twice Told Tales
Andre de Fouquleres. the cotillon
Under of Parts, Is. like most cotillon
leaders, very gentle and mild of manner.
During JA. de Fouqujcrea" visit to New
York a well-known matron, after talking
to him for some ten or 'fifteen minutes
at a dance, said:
"Now, trot, along, M. de Fouquleres,
"You're altogether tbo ladylike, for 'men."
The young Frenchman, rising an-
sorry I can't say the same for
Raymond, according to a recent story,
hod been playing hard all day, and. came
to bedtime thoroughly weary. In. tfact.
he was so sleepy that he wanted to omit
saying his prayers.
"But, dear," Ma mother remonstrated.
you must be a good boy and thank God
, t,. . I'm, Tun ,l,ln1f
lvi T '"TT": "l".:' Z,,. I "?
and remember alt the.dther HtUe
boys who have no nice home or nice
clothes or" mother to love them."
Raymond's eyes opened a little drowsily
and out of his relaxed mouth came this
'But. mother, I think them's the. fellers
that oughter do the proylaT'-Chlcogo
Blahtsecinw tn New York.
A few days ao District Attorney Whit
man got a letter from a Woman In Con
nectlcut saying- that she would be tn
New York for a few days, naniln the
Aare, and was very anxlois to see the
at.trict attorney. Would Mr. Whitman
wrlta and 1jt her know when sho could
I The district attorney answered, by. let
ter. naming the day and hour. The vts
. ,. " .T . . ...j i .
lltor. a .well-arossea. miaaie-Bgna wuinau,
.;;Vtth lime' set-and Ws shown
I v - "
" ?ne :
i -do yaa aro imniu.
manr said the woman. "I've always
T 'T0 J Vou looked. Now I'm so-
tna to see the Brooklyn bridge."
."iyKew York Sun,
Iney could reply.-New XorK Hun.
And she left before the amnci aor-
Sorincfleld Republican: It Is hot
Gettysburg, but fltfy years ago U wa
Washington Post: As further evidence
?. GU' "'t " ""7" " V Trd.V
tWU, M t'""- p-.- T- . -
iooe,000.000 postag stampa for next year.
' fiiii court
nvn.Hnf. A MIsstsalDPt court
havln held that a rasor Is a toilet arti
cle and not a weapon, it only remains, ror
the JUdge to classify brasa ."knucke" a
St. Louis Globe JDemocrat: When
President Wilson mtssefl a shot at golf
ho exclaimed. "Tut! tutt" Under woh
circumstances Seereiary Bryan would
simply call for the grape Juice canteen,
Philadelphia Ledger: Judge, Erndry
Speer objects to detectives spying on
federal Judges. It Isn't pleasant, but.
then, it seems that nowadays everybody
Is being watched, and it also happens
that those who need the most watching
are the watchers.
New York World: With the Italians
losing battles aea nst the Trtpotltan
Arabs and with the Balkan allies killing
each other when opportunity offers it
I must appear that the Turk' days are not
altogether devoid of sunshine
Pittsburgh Dlsnatch: The decision of
I the suprtme court of- Mississippi that
I raxor is not a weapon, but an "lmpa
ment of the toilet," would be untroport
ant it It had been In Vermont or Mtnne-
I sota. But in Mississippi It I hazardous.
Let U hope that the Mississippi Jurist
W W 'w'th' tho march of modern
ideas and Insist that the population shall
adopt as the legal Implement of the toilet
th lonQCUau Mf,tr r"or
Mies Qhattle Coleman, proprietor of tho
Stromsburg Headlight, has gone to Portal
land. Ore., for a two-month'a vacation
tv. -Milter Run. .T. M: Amsherrv editor.
j w,u b4 enlarged to twice ita present sis
beginning with the Issue of July .
The Bradthaw Monitor, owned and
j,y l. D. BelUer. has been leased
by John B. Dey as the Bradshaw Re-
i publican seventeen year ago.
I Tne pia.nt 0f the Dorchester Star.
I which Is owned by J. F. Longaneckcr,
ifn damaged by fire to the extent of
ft OCX) last week. The blase started from
a leak In a gasoline tank In the press
Flint Holme, formerly with the Far-
I nam EQhq. assumed control ot the Hoi-
oroox uoserver JUiy i, naving leasvci the
plant from peputy Oil Inspector Aytra.
F. L. Carroll, publisher ot the Ash
land Gasette, has contrasted tor a lino
Editor Baxter ot the Haltler News will
move his plant Into a new brick building
In which he haa laas4 quarters as soon
as It ta complaUd.
War Time Songs
llnttle Cry of Freedom,
,Yes, we'll rally round the flag, boys, we'll
rauy once again,
Rhontlne the battln.crr of freedom.
Y will rally from the hillside, wall
gamer irora ine piain.
Shouting tho battle-cry ot freedom.
The Union forever, hurrah, boys, hurrah
Down with the traitor.
Up with the star,
wnue we rauy round tne nag. rauy
once again. '
Shouting the battle-cry o( freedom.
We are spring to the call of. our brothers J
cone Demre. I
Shouting the battle-cry ot freedom.
And we'll fill the vacant ranks with
million freemen more.
Shouting the battle-cry of freedom.
We will welcome to' our numbers the'
loyal, true and brave.
Shouting the battle-cry of freedom.
And altho' they may be poor, not a man
snaii De a siave.
Shouting: the battle-cry ot freedom.
TV Bo wo're springing to the call from the
east ana irom ine wast.
Elioutlne tha battle.crv of freedom.
And we'll hurl the rebel crew' from the
iitiiu wo luvn inn ucaw. .
Shouting the battle-cry of freedom.
Tenttns on the OiaCarap Ground.
We're tenting tonlgnt' on tho old camp
Give us a song to cheer
Our weary hearts, a song of home
Ana inenas we ioye so aear.
Many are tho hearts that are weary to-
n isning tor vine war o cease;
Many are the hearts thai are looking for
To see the dawn of peace.
Tenting tonight, . j
Tenting on tne old camp, ground.
We've been tenting tonight on the old
Thlnklnir nf tho davs cone by.
Ot the loved ones at' home that gave us
the hand ...
And theUear that aald "Qoodbye!"
We ara tired ot. waron the old camp
Of the bravo and true wbo'w left ttmr
homes, . . , .
Others been wounded long,
We've been fighting today on the old
Same are dead, and some are dying,
Many are in tears.
Joat Before tho Battle, Mother.
Just before. the battle. Mother,
I am thinking- most Of. you,, ;
While upon the field we're watching,
AVlth the enenjy in view
Fill a Wltn inouBiiiD mi . ZS'Z,
For well they Know mat on wo inu..u
Bomo Will Sleep utotm
Farewell. Mother, you may never.
may never, Aiuuier,
Prr. me to your breast again.
But. oh, you'll not forget me.
Mother, you ii not
If lm numDcrea wun mo .
Oh. I 'long to see you. Mother,
And-the loving ones atjiome,
But I'll never leave our banner
Till In houor I can come.
Teir tho traitors, all around you.
That tneir cruei woru.
In ev'ry battle kill our aoldler
By tne neip wiey bi
Hariel I hear tho bugles sounding.
Tts the signal for the
Now, may God protect us. Mother.
As He ever dos the rlKht
utoV the "Battle Cry of Freedom,"
How It swells upon the ilr
Oh. yes we'll rally round the standard,
A.ii n.rih nnhlv there.
Tramp 1 Troinpl Tramp t
i".h.??rlo.".fsil Wit vou.
And I oir' bright and happy Vome so far
. j wrVa. ri, hv fill my eyes
Bolie of all that I can do,
Though 1 try to cheer my comrades and
Tramp, tramp, tramp, i the boy ard
O chTePcomrades. they will come.
will come, ,
And beneath the starry flag
M? Mtfetto made.
Arid they swept us off a hundred men or
nut bTror. w reach'd their line
J&Jf&tf& iWo'cr and
So within the prison cell.
T-MaWe WSu the Iron
And thSrhoUow eye groW bright.
And the poor heart almost gay.
As we think, of seeing home and friends
once more. ,
When Jobnny Cornea Mrohtn H
When 'Johnny comes marching home
We'll give him a hearty welcome then.
Hurrah, hurraht w .
The men will cheer, the boys will shout.
The ladles they will alt turn out.
And we'll all feel gay when Johnny
comes marching; home.
The old church bell will peal with Joy,
To welcome home our darllnr boy,
The village lads and lassies say
With roses thy will strew the way.
Get ready for the Jubilee.
We'll give the hero three times three.
The laurel wreath Is ready now
To place upon his loyal brow,
Let lov and, friendship on that day.
Hurrah, hurrah! ,
Their choicest treasures then display.
And let each one perform some part
To fill with Joy the warrior' heart
The Faded font, ot Bine.
My brave lad he sleeps in hi faded coat
In a lonely grave unknown lie the heart
that beat fco true;
He sank faint and hungry among the
And they laid him sad and lonely within
his nameless grave.
No more the bugle calls th weary one.
Beet, noble spirit, in thy grave unknown 1
I'll find yotr, and know you, among- tire
good and true, . .
Where A robe of white la given for the
. faded coat of blue. - t
He cried, "Give me water and Just a
. . little crumb, ,
And my mother the will blew yott through
. all tho years to come;
Oh! tell, my fcwect ilsttr, so gentle, good
That I'll meet her up In heaven, In rny
faded coat of blue."
He said, "My dear comrades, you cannot
. take ma home.
But you'll mark my grevo for mother,
she'lt fled me If she'll come;
GRiira And groans.
"Did you see where a .little boyhad a.
piece of bone Inserted in bis weakened
"Yes, and what a pity that operation
could, not bo performed oftenen"
I " Becauso there are ta many backbones
which heed stiffening." Baltimore Amer
"Oh. dear." sho itnlil "I wlh w rmilrl
become prominent In society."
"It's; easy," he replied. "Start a suit
against mo for divorce and no paper will
ncgtKt to mention that wo are prominent
In society. "-Chicago Record-Herald. ,
"So you are :rolnr all the wavhnm tn
mAka a Fourth of July oration!"
"Yea." replied Senator Sorghum. "I'm
not going to miss any opportunity to talk
iu my constituent aDout sometning De
rides the tariff." Washington Star.
Rlmric ffnrM!nlitvTM U a nIMiir. nf
mf Vita's" first husband.
L"BEp oiiiy inoKing guyj uui say, i
didn't know your wlfr, tnu married hA-
fore she met you.
Kiggs ane didn't. This is a picture of
myself when I wos 25. Boston Transcript
WllUe-Paw. what fa a cnntaln of
finance? v .
Paw Any salaried man ,Who can live
within. h Income, my toflP-Clnclnnatl
Enquirer. J ,
"SoVoU have n cvmnnnlum In Troiir-nw
"Ye,',' Teplled Mr. Dustin Stax. "I
spend'nn hour or two thero every day. I
hflVA BUMinC tin n l,ttm,MAA1f . I,. .
nice, .cpol place to take a nap In." Wash
You have no Idea the. number ol dtllcloui.
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Ill "A- ticket to' St. Pad or j
- Minneapolis costs $8.10
. The Great "Western offers' GET THERE J '
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Night train: Leave Omaha 8:10 p. m. and
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'UNION" AND LIBERTY.
Oliver Wendell Holme
Flag of the heroes who lett us their gtory.
uornc through their oattieiieias tnunuer
RvtA tin kn t
B!aonel In song- and lllnmined In Mory.
I wave, o er us an wno innarit tnir mmoi
Up with ou bahnsr bright.
Sprinkled with starry light.
Spread its fair .emblems from mountain
While through the sounding sky
. .Loud rings the nation's cry
union and Liberty! One evermore!
Light of our firmament, guide of our
. Pride of har children,, and honored afar:
Let the wide beams of thy full constella
Scatter each cloud that would darken
n start ,
Up with our banner bright.
Sprinkled With starry light,
Spread its, fair emblems from mountain
While' through the sounding sky
Loud ring' the nation,' Cry
Union and Liberty! One evermore!
Empire unscepteredl What .foes shall as
sail thee, , i
Bearing the standard" of Liberty's vftn?
Think not tho God of thy fathers shall
Striving with men for the birthright of
Up with dur banner bright.
Sprinkled with starry light.
Spread its fair emblems from mountain
While through the sounding sky
Loud rings the nation's cry
Union and Liberty! One evermore!-
Yet, if by madness and treachery blighted,
Dawns the dark hour when' the sword
thou must draw. "
Then with the arms of -thy millions
Smite the bold traitors to freedom and
Up with our banner brluht.
Sprinkled with starry light,
Spread Its fair emblems from mountain
While through the sounding sky
Loud rings the nation's cry .
Union and Liberty! qne cvermdrel
Lord of the universe, shield us and
Trunlng Thee always, through shadqw
and sun! . ?
Thou hast united us, who shall divide
Keep us, O keep us the many In one!
Up with Our banner bright.
Sprinkled with starry light.
Spread Its fair emblems from mountain
While through the sounding sky
Loud rings the nation's- cry
Union and Liberty' One evermorel
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