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niE BEJfl: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1D13.
Bringing Up Father
CWyrUht UlS. International News Service.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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" 6y WILLIAM KIBIC.
'Tia a tfojd all men must he&r
"When they stand beddo a bier
That contains a Illy stem
O'er a form once ddar' to them.
Oone, a dream that was too stfeot;
Gone, a soul to seek the Seat;
Qdne, & smile that tripled mirth;
Gone forevermbre from earth; -iKlns
or beggar, prince or pawn,'
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Tls a word with meaning fraught,
. V ., Giving birth to sombre thought.
Gone, a friend through anger lost; '
Gone,' a, chanei you spurned and tossed;
Gone, some high Ideal you prised,
, '.Some belief vou Idolized;
i, Gone, your childhood with Its truth J
; 1 Gone, alas! your golden yoilih;' .' ..
V" y.hat a word to give us pause
' . .7' .Rr,wn act with scanty causoi . .'...
What a word to dwell upon
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Stop a Moment!
Are x on a ooua i.ic;igiiuwj.
a Good Neighbor in Trouble, but
Don't Wait Until Then to Be One
By. ELLA WHKEJLKR WILCOX
l&pyrtsht, li3, ty star Company.
' A'Viru a. good neighbor T .
. What a Kood nftlghbort '
Perhaps you are a royal good chum
' with the popular ppopl at your towrti
you Kow thm all
tprts ol "courtesies,
' and you rejolc In
all their aUeceseei,
and' - you defend
. them against anvy
That is part of
the good lieiflw
- bors .duty.
But. ho Ad you
conduct yourself It
they get Into
Are you ready to
stand by them in
poverty and sor
rrfw as faithfully
as in prosperity
,Wllf y6u be the last to censure even. If
compelled to- believe, when' you hosr.
they have made grievous mistakes? It
!; not a good neighbor's or a good
C&rlstlan'i place to deny facts or con
don crime. .
'It yod know your neighbor hasStutr'
rdled the morals or broken the cont
niendments you are not to make your
self ridiculous by saying he la an In
nqcent or Injured Individual.
J3ut If you are a good neighbor.' you
Wjll think of his family, and you will
not be afraid to show your frlendahlp,
,You will not b afraid to say to th
otfender; "I am sorry for yous begin
over, and start a new life." And you
will be brave enough to help him to do It-
;Again. r yoii' & good neighbor only'
In time of trouble?
Tbera are many such people to b
found in country places. They aro fllla'd'
trow la th 31ms to dt Slfl ni Thi
There's no longer the slightest netd ot
fiejlng, ashamed ot your freckles, as the!
prescription ojhlne double strengtn U
guaranteed to remove these homely spots,
pimply get an ounce of othlne doubt
strength from Beaton Drug Co.,
also any of Sherman & McConnell
Drug o&'s stores, and apply a little
ot. It at night and morning and you
should soon see that even the worst
freckles have begun to disappear, while
the tighter ones have vanished entirely.
It Is; seldom that mors than an ounce Is
.needed to completely clear the skin and
gstn a beautiful clear complexion.
Be sure to aide for the double strength
othtne as tals U sold Under guarantee 6f
money back If It falls 19 Nraove reckles.
with envy pf another's success. They
show it by keeping aloof arid assuming
a cold or Indifferent manner,
They try to find some flaw to pick In
th popular or succesiful neighbor! the)'
-begrudge him all his pleasures and his
triumphs! but let him fall sick or lose
his money or a child or wife, and they
Wilt fly to 1)18 rescue.
They wll,jihbw him Sympathy in his
tnlsery where they begrudged him con
gratulation in his happiness.
This Is admirable In a way, yet hot
an altogether admirable quality.
If V6U are this type Of glod nlhbor
dd not take pride in it.
It indicates that you are fitted With
envy of another's success, and that you
like t6 bestow favors lh order to proyn
that you are In a superlqr posltlbn,
rather than from a spirit Ot pure
If the latter spirit dominates you, then
indeed you WdUld b .the realty good
neighbor, WHO rojclcei In his brother's
hour of pleasure and .sorrows in his day
pf adrerclty. .
It Is a curious tact that hundreds ot
people will flock to i man when sickness
and death enter his home and offer hint
every kind ot attentlpn and give the
greatest proofs Of unttlfUh regard for
htm who have previously tn his times of
prosperity and pleasure been thorns itv
It is, ot course, mora admirable to
treat a man kindly who is dOwh than onj
who is up, It you have not nobility
enough In your nature to treat him
kindly at all tlmee, but when yqU wlt;
to show your good aelghborllness Until
disease or death knocks at a man's
door, you are, In a certain measure, plac
ing yourself with the birds ot prey who.
follow after death and dlseaae, and pot
with the songbirds who Ing him awake
In the sunlit mornings of summer.
.A gpod .neighbor. Is nevsr Jealous? ho
never fawns! he never flatters! he never
envies another's su&ecs; he congratu
lates him sincerely when hspplness and
prosperity are his comrades) he sym
pathises sincerely when trouble and Sor
row are at his door, and he encoqragos
him to live down error and to start an
when he has md mistakes.
Ite matfes his neighbor realise that ha
Is at his command when needed, but he
does not obtrude himself either in his
Joys or sorrows.
Are you a good neighbor?
tNir Sninmr Dane.
Trimmings ot flowers are much uetd
on dancing frocks. Sometimes the low
cut neck is edged with a smalt wreath
of rosebuds or other .lowers, and the
same trimming idea U carried out in the
skirt Occasionally .the flowers ar put
on the lining, so that only a glimpse or
them can be had. This is also very sf
fectivs, Iany dance frocks are worn
with fancy trimmed corset covers, the
outer waist being of a very simple type
and very sheer. Fancy shades are used,
showing the eublst and futurUt colorings,
apd .sometimes a combination of two ot
more plain-colored ribbons
A Strictly Parisian Creation
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W -trf,-' A Chlo Model.
Natural" His toryvLesson$
By DOttOTUV DIX
IIB tAbator is a
small red animal,
the color ot a new
born Infant, which
It greatly resembles,
except that It lacks
record Qualities ot
a baby. Otherwise
It Is a mens matter
ot choice between
tho two aa a house
hold p6t, some tadlen
preferring tho baby,
others vlco versa.
The Lobiter Is ono
of OUr most valu
able sources ot food supply, and has not
only prevented rosr.y a poor, 4i8-a-weo.lt
chorus girl .from, perishing of starvation.
but has enabled her to w.ear Imported.
In Evolution the Beginning of Progren in the Step of Life
Child Btgine ai Quadruped and It Acquirement of
Erect Attitude Rtveale He Postage from the AnimalStage
By OAimfiW P. &ERVI88.
Your bAby Is a, qUadrUptdl HaVe you
noticed that? , It is ho mors able to stand
etect without the aid of its hands than
a monkey Is. It goes on all fours.
Upon that simple
fact you may build
Up the whole- law of
soma Persons find
so difflouit to cdm-
If you doubt that
the earliest human
those ot the apes
and monkeys, who
had the earns com
mon ancestor with
us, you can get rid
ot that doubt by
studying the attitudes of your baby, and
tne cnanges that take piaoe in its bones
and muscles as It gradually acquires the
ability to stand, and. to walk freely about
upon Its feet
Otis ot the strAngest things and ons ot
the most Illuminating that science has
discovered the fact. that animals of
all kinds, including m exhibit, during
tneir individual development, besinnlnj
from the earliest germ ot physical lite,
the principal stags of Evolution that their
race has passed through in Its slow
rise through the Various orders of being.
Many or the ancestral peculiarities chat
were Assessed by their remote preduoes
tors show at the start of their existence,
but disappear, ons by one, as they ap
proach the! adult, or full grown form,
that characterize, thorn at, present
If you will look into-tho works of Hux
ley, Hieckel, Metchnlkoff and others xyho
have studied and illustrated the develop
ment f the form of man, you will bo
astonished by the absolute likeness be
tween the embryo (from Oroek words
meaning "in the bud") of a human be
ing and that ot a lower animal, und you
will be yet more astonished to see how
this likeness yanlshes, by Successive steps,
as the human form emerges and the ani
mal characteristics drop away.
To fully understand the arguments b&sod
upon those scientific Investigations you
must havo considerable knowledge of an
atomy and physiology. But. It you will
study, without any special scientific
knowledge, the dally development ot, your
baby you will comprehend evolution prac
tically Just as well as If you had gone
through a course of study In biology. And,
perhaps, your conviction of Its truth will
be all the stronger.
The bby begins as a quadruped, "tak
ing the attitude of its enormously remote
animal ancestors, who could not walk
erect because their hip Joints (as Is still
the case with monkeys) were so placed
that the center of gravity ot tho whole
body was ahead fit them. ' The baby still
retains this pithecoid ("ape-llkq" or "monkey-like")
characteristic after It has
otherwise become a miniature man or
But, very rapidly, a change manifests
Itself. As the baby grows the curvature
Of its spine slters in such a way as to
bring the. center ot gravity of the body
not only over the line of the hip Joints,
but even a little back of tt-
Thls pauses, as you will notice, A ten
dency of the child, when It first 'begins
to hold Itself erect, to totter and tall
backward. Since a monkey never under
goes the change tn the form of the spine
which transforms a quadruped Into a
biped, It cannot fall backward even when,
with the aid of its forefeet, or hands, It
gets itself into a partially erect attitude.
Its center ot gravity remaining tn front'
ot the hip line, It always comes down
In the case of the baby nature pro
vides for the backward falling tendency
by tho development of bands of power
ful muscles on the front ot the hip Joints,
which enable the human being to hold
himself In balance when he is standing
upright, and which no other animal pos
sesses. Nothing Is moro Interesting than
to watclr a child gradually acquiring con
trol of these musoles. When that' con
trol Is acquired It runs, leaps, jumps and
rejoices In tho possession of the most
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.volution has yet developed qn our globe.
Then, st, last, the last monkey Character
istic has disappeared. .
Some people seem to resent the Idea
that the human form takes Up Hse by
regular variations and gradations out of
mere animal shapes, and, for sentimental
reasons, persist in rejecting it. But
rightly considered, this process of evolu
tion Is tho strongest possible argument
for the exlstenee of some kind ot "di
vinity" in man, because It shows that.
Without violating the laws of nature, he
has boen enabled to reach a position
which seems to place him, in some le
aped, above caturel
s,Jf rooks and Paris hats, and keep hr owri
(automobile. Thus aro we called upon-
nirnln tn nnto tlin tvUftntn nf PlflVlllpnOe
In , supplying JUet the thing necessary
to mcot every contingency In life. What
tho Impecunious aetorlne Would do with
out the Lobster we tremble to contem
plate. ' But she does- not have to do with
out It It is always there, ready, tor her
The lobster Is found In all parts Of
the civilised world, but the largest arid
fattest and juclest come from Pittsburgh,
Pa., where, we aro told by travellers,
they aro devoured
raw. In Farts,
where the supply
ot Lobsters 'Is also
largo, t h 0 y are
served In a sauce
a la dlable, but It
takes Broadway to
know how to rtatly
do a Lobster to a
turn. Tho Hingllsh
known as the
to be particularly
easy to catch, and
quite a few havo
been landed by our
musical comedy ar
tists who have fished In London watera.
nnn.rnlnff the origin ot the Lobster,
naturalists differ. It is the consensus of
opinion, however, among scientists who
i..v. studied this subject most deeply.
that the Lobster Is generally the off
spring of a pa who has unexpectedly
busted Into a trust, or struck oil some
wov. and a ma with social aspirations,
This eomblnatlbn seems' to Invariably pro-
duce a spawn that only needs foUr or
five years at 'a fashionable oollege, with
unlimited money and automobiles, to
develop It Into an Al Lobater, ready for
the New Vork market,
Thus Is this toothsome morsel evolved,
He can row as It from Venice,
He's a crackerjaek at tehnls,
He's a wlsard on the bunkers
And a wonder with .a cue.
He's a wizard on, the bunkers
Hp can navigate the ' breesy
In .bis. monoplane expensive
That ha calls the Parley-Voo;
He pan take a hand at poker, '
And. at bridge he Is no' joker,
He's a marvel on the banjo
And tho tinkling mandolin;
And ho keeps a polo pony,
Kor he thinks the game Is tcriy,
And the football team he captains
Is the one that's sufe to win.
He .belongs t'o halt a doxen
Clubs exclusive, and his copsln
Is an English duke WHose photo
He Is caretul to display.
In the pla.ee ot books of knowledge
In his cosy room, at college
There's a cellarette where bottles
Of the "flsa" are stowed away.
Of himself he Is the proudest
When his rsjment Is the loudest,
And he keeaK super-ugly
. Brindte buuuog tor a pet.
But the only paper, later,
Ho will take from Alma Mater
Will be that he always uses
When he rolls a cigarette.
and that most ot our wealthiest Xamlllfta
are engaged In the cultlvatfon ot 'the Lob
ster oan but be a subject ot profound
0 o n gratuiatlon to
the high - cost ot
living- For jdosena
'and dozens 'of peo
ple' have been known
to eat orit & alnglo
Lqbater fdr lyears.
Ot the habits ot
the Lobster Wo do
not know as ntuih
as wo coutd wish,
as it is said that
its history jnalkes
racy and oiina;
reading, tOt, .iljfsw
be said that Its tonvorsatlonal abilities
are very' much like those of the Clam,
while Its Intelligence Is that Of thanpon
key, It Is generally caught byTbaftl
a hook with a Peach, and It is swsoureo
ot great revenue a$ has boen stated; be
fore, to Chorus gtrls, and also to rettuu
rants, cabaret shows, Wall stroet brok
en! and mining qtock agents,
The run ot Lobsters Is pretty fair "dur
ing the entiro year, but In the warm
weather the city streets are filled, by a
sohool ot them that floods tho place up
to the root gardens. This Variety is
technically known as tho BuronierT Wid'
ower Lobater, and It is so tame -that it
will Corns up and eat out of the hand ot
any fairly good
looking girt. Thoro
is no sport In catch
ing this kind ot
Lobster, but the
pickings ars fine.
In New fork,
Lobsters ate so
much estsemed aa
food that certain
reitau ranis are
called Lobster Pal
aces. These are the
plaoes where a man
always takes some
other man's wife
to supper after the
play, whereas, he
treats his wife to .
art les cream soda at the corner i'ratt
Lobsters, both the dry land and th&Wet
sea Variety, aro the most lndtWUb!&
ot all .known varieties of food. Test's
wny we are an crazy aoout mem.
Just pat a Httla ot that
Soothing-, antiseptic Rcsindl
on tho sores and tho itching
and burninirstopright there,
Soon all trace of eatem&cb
other eruption is gone.
Prescribed by doe tors for 13 year.
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