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TIIB BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1913.
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The Omaha daily bee
POUNDED BY EUWAKU nOHSWATKU
VICTOR KOSSWATRU. BDlTOft.
BBK BUILD1NO. FAHNAM AND 17TH.
Kntered at Omaha postolflce as aeeowl
tbiuis of sruscmrnoN; mm
Sunday Bee. one year
Saturday Bee, one sear
Dally Bee. without Bum! ay, one year. w
i.)ally Bee, and minrtar. one year ... w
What Made the Bondi Drop?
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo
makes much ado otrer the sheer drop
ln 2 por cent government bonds on
the market, bombastically oharglng
the blame to tho bankers, who are
almost alone hit by the shrinkage
Tho cloarcut explanation of tho
bond trouble that wo have seen Is
COMPILED FROM OtK, FILES
Billy Bee, imjiuuinc Bunaw, i
Dally Bee, without Sunday, tr mo.4W
Address all complamts "J.,1!!,'8'11
In delivery to City Circulation Depi .
Remit by draft, express or potal oruer.
payable mThe Bee Publishing company
Only 2-cent stamps received " Jgro?2i
ot small accounts. erton checks. Sot
I cept on Omaha and -astern exchange, not
Thirty Yearn Arc
Kugene V. Debs ot Terre Haute, ind.,
rWt ivunnn nv CAnmKK. this embodied in a oner arawn up secretary or me uroinernooa i
, . ,nnth......tuC I .. .. in.. .v. - at I mntlva Ftromcn nnd nriltor OI tne r irc-
livening una 3uiiuu, "- ""'vh m&e I IU81 WOOK uy u comiiiuiuu ui wo ui. - - -
Kvenlng. without Sunday, per month. o 1 ' , .,,.. men's magailne, has bean In Omaha sev-
Bally Bee. Including Mndwr. P mo.g . LouU olcarlng house banks: era, day,(and utt today for Denver to
- i arrange tne preliminaries iur mo iucvi"i,
yearn has enjoyed an extraordinary low of tlremen LK that plaee. While here he
rata nf ltifr. OH lilt Indebtedness I ' . . . - , . . . a . i. . JIM...
. I conierrra wnn uoicgaicB irum mu uioi-
secured by the 2 per cent bonds, main- in,l. and arranged with the rail-
lalncd fictitiously through the operation roads ot nberai rnlcB.
of the national bank net, by compelling -10 xjnlon Pacific base ball team ex
tho use of such bonds for jiatlonal bank 1 i. r,Hav for their eastern
circulation; nnd also requiring such bonds tr)p wh a lrong teftm of eiaVen of
to be exclusively useu aa security iur ,hcr bcg( pftycrB,
government deposits without Interest for The nurnett brothers, head salesmen
more than fifty yearn, a precedent so wUh A( p0flCk, left for the east on A
long established that were It a tonlraot plfnMiro trip. '
between private Individuals, or private t t Rhriver. nr. D.. of Jollvton. Pa..
corporations, wuuiu hiiiiubv auuei'icu
an a legal obligation, certainly a most
sacred moral obligation.
Within the last sixty days a tentative
form of banking and cun-enay bill was
announced through the publlo press. In
the first draft of tho bill soma provision
was made to take care of the 2 per cent
government bonds. Later (Juno 21) a
second draft was prepared and publUhed,
Omaha-The Bee huliain.
South Omaha-Stl N Btreet
Council Bluffn-H North. Wain Street.
Uncoln-26 Uttle building.
l hlcago-901 Hearst building.
New Vork-noom H06. 28G 'J Je
Bt Louls-lW New Bank of c,ommer
Vashlngio-7 Pwnrteenth Bt, K.
Communications relating to news and
tdltorlal matter should be adaresscu
omaha n? Editorial department.
lZ",Xr$ rnir "clrculitlon manag.r
of The Bee Publlsh.ng company. Being
duly sworn, says that the average dally
waa W.i. "circulation Manager.
Bubscribed In my presence and sworn
t0 before me tog&&T
(SwiI.) Notary i'ublio.
Subscribers leavlnir the city
teraporarllr ahonld lav The Uee
raallfd to them. Address wilt be
chnnecd aa oflen st reanestcd.
London Is said to have 350 tlplcss
restaurants. Tipless, not tipsy.
Uncle Sam haB decided not to let
tho little Mexican boy navo any more
Bettor go slow with your auto
speeding, friends; tho rocklessnesa of
sue brings odium on all.
Nothing thus far rovealod by tho
"Insidious lobby" investigation would
majte Btrong platform timber.
A, bull moose was. caught running
wild in tho streets of Duluttu And
have they becomo that scarce ul
Why must tho right to mako money
out ot dangerous flroworkB bo pre
served, regardless of tho boys' f lngora
It is said that Rockefeller's July 1
dividends amounted to 515,000,000.
He ought to endow a crusado against
tho silt skirt.
It they had a baBO ball loaguo in
tho Balkans or in Mexico, they would
uot bo frittering away their time at
Is the guest of his brother, O. W. Shrlvnr,
and may locate In Omaha to practice his
The corherstono of the school and gym
naslum. building to bo erected by the
German association on Harney street,
near Nineteenth street. Is to bo laid
Thursday, with exercises In German. In
cluding speeches In German by Rev. U.
If. Hermann, end In Enallnh hv Edward
leaving oui an provisions lor yroieciing Hosewater. and muslo by the Maenner
mo i per com Donun, wnicn oiu wue puo- cnor nnd Concordia societies.
Ilshcd broadcast over tho country. Th. Board of Pnhlln Work. i omn
This last publication, coupled with the big gradlnir contract.. th hMrt.r. 1,-lnir
demand upon tho part of the government McIIugh & McGavock, T. L. Murphy &
ui . fi ucui imcini tuTuiuuicKk utiwa. Wl .Morris Morrison, Patrick Walsh,
Its, contrary to all previous rulings for a and Henm St Co.. with hrleea ratlin
period of fifty years, thereby taking away from 1614 cents to 25 cents per yard.
an jiroiu un owning guvernmeni oonus a m. Tolt has Purchased several lots on
secure govcrnmont deposits ,nd placing Baundera ntrcct, near Caldwell street on
such bonds on a 2 per cent Investment whloh he will erect a business block of
oasis; ana mo xurtner announcement mat i stores and rooms above,
"other bonds" to the extent or 30 per cent
would bo acceptable aa security for gov- Twenty Years Ago
eminent deposits, have been largely re- Colorado oh wheels, or rather a large
sponsible for tho drop In market price of contingent of prominent Coloradnan.
tho 2 per cent bonds, until the deprccla- headed by Honry M. Teller, Edward O
tlon of such bonds has aggregated more Wolcott. Governor Wnii. '
than 125,000,000 within thirty days, stopped In Omaha en route to tb i,h.
Here Is n statement nluch more metal-silver convention at rhi.n
comprohenslblo than that of Mr. Mo- rea coinage wns their rallying cry.
Adoo and, wo believe, well worth llv,"r e'r m(,n, nnd "liberty and
pondering on before jumping at con- :U "rZZ:.''
's vuvucu hv mo
Twice Told Tales
Colonel W. F. Cody, otherwise known
as "Buffalo Bill," Is responsible for the
"At one time, for a few months, I was
at the head of a theatrical combination
that did business In the middle west.
During a tour ot one.nlght stands in Ohio
and Kentucky business was very bad. We
finally disbanded In one or the Ohio
towns, where only ono performance was
given. This was a matinee, and tho audi
ence was conspicuous by Its absence. As
t wan hurrying out of the office, when
the performance was about half over, I
nearly stumbled over a smal lglrl who
was crying bitterly. I stopped and, bend
Ing down, anked;
" 'Why, what's the matter, little glrlr -
" 'I wants me money back!' screamed
the child between her sobs.
'"Why, don't you like the show?' 1
asked. Tou've seen only the first act,
you know.' "
" 'I don't core nolhln 'bout the show
howled the child.' 'I'm 'fraid td set Ir.
that gallery all aloneS' " Everybody's
Swell a Voice.
Maxwell was nearly on hour late.
wandered Impatiently around the lobby.
and when another page failed, to find
him I entered the telephone booth to
make an attempt at reaching him,
On the pad In front of the Instrument
was written "Call Plata Suddenly
a wild, delirious Impulse seized me,
would call up the number and see what
"Give me Plasa
Tha line Inured a- moment, was silent.
and then I heard a soft "Hello."
Such a voice! Clear as the song ot the
nignungaie. as son aa a Danpung orooic,
limpid and tender. It was vibrantly,
breathlessly eager, and yet there soemed
to be a not6 of supressed anxiety and
"Hello," I answered, and then tenta
tlvely, "It's good to hear your voice
But the same glorious, musical note
came floating back: I
"Soft pedal and 10 cents, please, before
Perhaps our Juvenllo officers might
do a good turn in putting a chock to
tho nutsanco of boys blowing auto
norns "Just for fun."
That would bo strange, it true, for
those bankers to deprociato tholr own
bond holdings $30,000,000 JUBt for
tha fun ot tho thing.
Well, that's as good a way as any
S to clear the way to let a good domo
i crat connect up with tho salary of
t ambassador to Mexico.
Tho weather man predicted cooler
weather nnd thunder showers for this
week and it tho woek does not slip by
too soon he may mako good.
General Crowder ventures tho as
Bertion that a fair election would be
easy to null oft in Mexico. Sure, that
is why the present 'statUB exists.
A reader wishes to know if Mrs
Ella Flags Young is a democrat. No,
no democrat would ovor resign an
official salary of $10,000 a year.
Nelson O'Sbauncssy is tho name ot
our ambassador lro tern In Mexico
And begorra. It bano fine combina
tlon for Mexican man to thry to bluff
Inasmuch as tho origination of the
Mnnrno doctrino is claimed for
Thomas Jefferson', the " present ad
ministration will hardly dispute Ita
Philadelphia Ledger: Senator Hitch
cock Is not golnng to uphold tho president
unless he can hold the president up
St. Louis Globe-Democrat: The melting
elusions. First Methodist Knl.n.i
, . ...... bMUIVIl II 1 1 f,..a y V M IIUIUUDIi '41 V Tf AUlh tJUll,
tnA "KT,.. 1 ....... . . . v . I
coiintni iaea or Hen." lie I
Publicity for Utility Corporations. ?V." lernftl Pnihment was noth- icnoim why.
- i iiik in 1 1 inn ftfisMui.. .. m a . t . . i . ... ... t
Ono of tho most intoroatlne of thn .u7. .7." "" " "o 'w or xne sweei young wing was being snown
u . it iv uic lmn in a nTt fpi i i i. . ....
serial talks by the gas company to ment. ho said, taught man's Individual "What I. that thlngt" she asked, point
the people through lbs newspaper nd- responsibility and accountability and a Ing with hsr dainty paraeol.
Vertislng Is tho ono which explains 5T? lm,0' rwrd ""d Punishments, but "That." answered the gulds, "Is an en
and Justifies Its publicity methods. ,, 5!'S, Jr'8 ln a "umstan- gino boiler."
By this means of nubllcltv tho nuhllft TynnhM..! Bhe was an up-to-date young lady and
" ' ' I -" -y..i UIUUII rtO. 1HO r1Irt tk I,a 1 , .. J -
"""" V" ::r : . ?, to .m m ' ., "I"1 oui!r ,m englnesT" she Inquired wain.
KuiuuimnouiwswioiB. uy matting j,,,,,, " w"ne ao- .r0 the engine tender," politely
its appeals and arguments openly and hours as a day's wo k f n. A replied the resourceful gulde.-Pennsyl-
puDiioiy, instoaa or covertly ana in- f. a. k ..i. vama i-uncn juowi.
... a iu ,... """"vu " aecretary ana
Bidiously, tho gas company frankly AW Wilson was elected.
admits its Interest in tho proposed 0ne hundred more miners from Denver
gas franchise compromise. It be, Kg "their wV'paldL'.
llovoB tho comproralso a good thing n. of We,, who, ufiV Ld w rl
for tho company or it would not bo doing their utmost to help the army of
Willing to accept it, much less. fa ""employed, which was steadily grow-
But becauso tho compromise Is ro- tea vftllPi,
garded aa a good thing by the gas Tho newsboys' annual niAni, t.i,i Pt In tht Balkans is tlfctilng furiously,
company, It does not want ub to be- " Krug park with "Mogy" Bernstein but th mam Question I how ionw the
llovo that it is a bad thing for the " mar aomo, assisted by such l "Z """"" ,u "U4""'
poopie. or ino gas company ,, .,": . " ni-
- . . IcaBO,' "Llttlo Jumbo." "Dutch" a;i a
Bponoing money tor aavorusing Bpaco faw otlleri - " mediation h "all rot," as Ambassador
to porauado tho peoplo thnt it Ib like- Ed Morgan won two straight falls in w,(0n tayl li u a "ure thlnff that 11
wlsa advantageous to them, Just OB a wrestling match from Hoy Terry ot h Pru ,,ard iab t0 mediate between
morchant pays for advortUlng cpaeo Aubur" Crelghtoij hall. Terry proved peopU who a?n,t Vrant i0 ba melllate,1
to attract customers to bargains that lo "mvo a ood aa f PhVslial strength nicago iT.oune: xm atanaara on
i - x, t At v ana neaged Morgan for twelve minute company in Texas is not guilty, you
nro also profitable to tho morchant, and iMtly..,x " l0Tn, '"!nit understand, but to show that It Is a ood
Tho publicity proves successful in but went down In one mlnuta ln fhh BPrt ana entertains no hard feelings It
carries conviction of mutual advan- L Maud AUmann, -ytar-ola daugh- t0 th Ute tra"ury' i
tago and elicits publlo confidence. "r c MT- ana . I. Altmann. lite eveiana i-iain ueaier: wnat s i the use
Another point about tho gas com- reoolVBll fr " " "; f u' . iwar , Phiua.inhia iiv.,i on a
pany's publicity campaign is doBerv- first caught her clothing. ' cents a meal for several months and was
ing ot notice, namely, mat it is con- The H. n. Penny Hosier)' company, 1 1 " KniM Ior tne money he had saved,
ducted through tho advertising col- whloh hM been dolns a wholesale Jobll Doton Transcript! Secretary Daniels
iimm nf fh nnwunnnnm aiirmin. b,nff nd importing business ln hosiery. Introduce vocational training in tho
aHH tiviiHiHrvH MHatwaw l . . - r 1 . . .
mnntod In onlv a small wv bv th , "ul U4 "usiness ana sold its 8100X1"' v"' """ "u "i'eci iu
moniea in omy a smau way oy me , jjavi,n ni liurw nut at tha n,i or rv rmiA n
distribution Of pamphloU and cirou- The annual convention .f , w clasa of experts in honteshoelng. garden-
Iars. This la testimony to tho effl- Christian Temperance union of nnUau. Ing. knitting, bead work and clay
cloncy and economy of nowspapor ad-1 county was called to ordsr at Hanscom niodeilng,
vnrMcin- na oitmnowul with nVinIPftrK oy tne president. Mrs. E. M. Cnvall. I Pittsburgh Dispatch: The united States
wnva of cnmmunlcatinir with thn nuh- iireaiuonjs were present and re- ""r ueecnoea nimseu in xne con-
waa or communicating wune pub- porti Bh0W(jd condtUon ia be gresslonhl directory as Interested in mln-
11C It IB a legitimate mothod of cam- perous. The annual election ot officers In Mexico naturally has strong con-
palgning which evidences the bOW and resulted as follows t President. Mrs. vtctlons about the duty of the United
modern idea of nubllo Utility cor- Covollj vice president. Mrs. W. a. whit. I States to protect the persons and prop-
poratlon management mor8 r Valley; corresponding secretary, I erlv ot American cltlxens In that country.
mi Anna tscou or Omaha recording I aaKwuy nuumiou as an im
lii.M.M. ir.. n ... .... . . .... I martial tuilsa.
nnA . U 1 V "'"' l- nuney or juik
vvv- ... . .. t w ivny; treasurer, Mrs. W. L. Shannon of
Our roform democmUe shertff, bx- Waterloo. These superintendents wsr.
porlonclng anothor spasm of virtue elected: Health, Mrs. Whitmore; flower
after a long quiescence, hns "raided ami",,oni Wr w, c. Hughes of Omaha;
so-called "Farmers club" resort, i?" ana P"on, Mrs. Shlnrock of
FOLLIES FROM JUDQE
Madge Is she a good. eonverfatlonaltatT
Marjorle No. I couldn't get her to
talk about anybody I knew.
"Was It a case of love at first slghtr
"I would hardly call It that. He did
not get his auto until a month after they
Teacher of Hvalcnc Why must we al
ways bo careful to keep our homes clean
To the Editor of the Be: In view of
the numerous incorrect Impressions a
to the reasons for the resignation ot
President Taylor of Vassar college, the and neat?
Vowar Alumnao of Omaha, deeply re- . kittle Olrl-Because company may walk
grettlng Dr. Taylor's decision and tho ,n at "" momnt'
misunderstanding whloh soerns to have Going Kldd & Morgan are running a
arisen with regard to It, would be glad I summer Hotel at the seasnore, ana tney
it ..... .u ... i v.. I call It "ThR Breakers."
n jruw wuuiu iinim in wimio ui nt vu.iv, ,,-KI,. a
his letter of resignation to the trustees U , wag there, and theyljroke me.
of the college, which I enclose: ...
VASSAR ALUMNAE. .,wrs- wewea (to dear iriena)-nai s
the secret of getting a new frock out ot
"My deslro Is to give up my duties hubby after ho refuses once?
permanently within a year. If for rea- Mrs. Wiley If at first you don't sue-
sons i snail suggest you una it ae- ceeu, cry again
slrable that I remain so long, I shall aak
you to consider my labors ended with Howard Here's a man who says that
nm um imnicavoi, rruiuai in, my i nappiness nepenas on tne cook.
reasons for this steo and tho groumis Cnwnni-in mnr. n.. i. ,a nn
M.. i . . . r. , v . . , . i. I .. . .. ' " " " v..
ui injr juuKuieui niai x buuuiu uuw 11 1 me uoiicatcoBcn snop.
.1 " , u O Ufl AUIIUVt. I
l "',"'.."r." r"x'1 Aiaua Ho he's been calling on you
imvo naa iwir years ot puuno service, roeularlv for ten vnara Whv rtn von
A?.f.t a. been arduous-tlilrteen ynn? "'o'.ed? Y d U
n w wn nn srnra txt n r v.aaiinn vsjr-is .. - -
V. "i-X"" .T'-n" " -nr. "3 Beatrix on. you see. he's the nnrt of
St" til Efu Thaf'th'collexe a thl" the PUr
years have Involved lncensant strain, ul laa moment.
. . . , . . . . i . r i I
unu uxaciuuj turn exnauiiuiK mire, xjo- nn..tn. A .
Bide the responsibility Involved In tho . "c'n!v,me.n, are "caxce at the
tranalUon from a small college to a Ba.Bh,0.rl? inls,J,mmer, ,we thou8ht
. . , . . .A. 1 1 . nllr 111 Wnttln I , A n rnllllra "
iiuge one ousinesa, iiii&nciaj, tuuuiuon, i --- ....-. .
rimlnl.lllv. .nnlnt t havn I. ml nhbrr a I A fill WSSn t ltl '
of IU religious Interests, and havo he.d "No; papa notified the Navy depart
a proieaaorsmp rrom tne oeginmng uniu
now. Tho demands upon ub from with
out. I neM not tell vou. have grown
steady with the years. May I not be
excused for shrinking from the extension
or continuance or tne responaiouiiyr
"To mv mind It seems better for the
college and for mo that I resign before
thn vftara become oDoreSslVe. or Detor
It Is thought that my ag Is ronderlng U
me ieai responsive to my auuos ana op
Th. .iwnnratria m mi nniipirn in n.
chance are that a now regime, ft a wise
one. will bring fresh Impulse to our
work that the president will travel
more, will visit oftener the associations
of tha alumnae and the schools, will
.urnvn rraih inipr(. and brlnar In
creased and much needed endowments to
OilAIIA. July 29. To the Editor of
The Bee: It Is a misdemeanor to refer
U tho street sprinklers used ln resi
dent districts of Omaha as street clean
ers, for they only clean as the small
boy washes his neck, by smearing the
dirt off to the sides. Sometimes It Is
ImWeslble an hour after the vehicle has
passed to tell that It has been along, for
the moat that la accomplished Is tne
transfer of dirt from the middle of the
thoroughfare t6 the curblngs. It seems
as If the oity were not making a very
wise Investment ot Us money and time
If It la buying and using these sprinklers
for cleaning purposes.
On thla same subject, It might not be
out ot plaee to suggest that teamsters
using well-paved resident streets should
be compelled to keep their material, dirt,
hay, gravel, or whatever It may be, on
tho wagons and not scatter It along the
Street. Sometimes It Is a week bofore
the city's sprinkler comes that way and
It Is very untidy and very annoying to
have the street littered with this trash.
Of course) we have ordinances agatast
Just this thing, but they an effective
only as they ara enforced.
merit of the amersoncy and they sent a
That Mrs. Navhnr rirnnned In this af
ternoon and got oft a lot ot cheup talk.'
"Yes. she used our teleohone for a full
half hour." Boston Transcript,
Carolyn Wells. In Ltrrolncott'a.
Tou may havo the finest pitcher that ha
ever savea a pincn;
Vou may have a clever batter, and an ,
umpire that's a cinch:
You may have the best base-runners to
help but what's tho use?
Every one will go to pieces when th
Jinx breaks loose!
It can turn tha finest pitcher to a vsrU ,
Queer the best three-hundred hitter tilt
he's useless to Ills club;
It can turn your brain to cotton, and
your spine to Charlotte Russe,
And you find your grip Is going wtien
the Jinx breaks loosel
It may be a cross-eyed fellow that you
met that afternoon;
Or a bat laid on the bias, or a boy who
hums a tune:
It may be the smell of camphor, or th
Bight ot a caboose; ......
But you're surely up against It when tha
Jinx breaks loosel
Yes, of course there are Jlnx-kllters,
warranted to kill the Jinx.
Neckties loads of empty barrels-rubi
blng darkies' woolly kinks
Carting round a Kansas farmer, spoIU
Ing hats, and chewing spruce;
But the killers seem to wither When tha
Jinx breaks loosel
W Specialists I
I in Deformity 1
I Appliances 8
A new spinal cprset
This corset answers all pur
poses of the ordinary one and
also arrests tho development
of curvature of the spine.
Many women, espe
BoametrcBsea and mu
slo teachers, have a
without realizing how
qulokly it may develop
into a serious deform
ity. This tendency
may bo arrested by a
proper support made
to fit the individual,
Such a corset will ar
rest tn development of
curvature and avoid
sorious tutors trouble.
meetings, Mrs. Clara
Robert M, Lambprn has purchased the
ronfWtlnc n. stork nf i!n.,n ,! ' '"" "ngs. -Mrs.
. - U - - - - 1 1 .rill If or Wnt.rlisA, Unn.i. ,
two slot machines, and 1b likewise Mrs. Kt n of wiv -i.. ri.i.J I Wilcox Herald from Bhetier A Ashby and
auoted as Baying: "There Won't ba Mrs. M. E. Pattarson r omah. ' wl tako PoMMsfon of the ylant August
8uffraglsts In Greater New York are
making ''arrangements tor a parade in
Brooklyn, November 1.
Tho American Association for tho Study
and Prevention of Infant Mortality will
hold Its fourth annual meeting In "Wash
ington November 14 to IT. Among the
women ln Washington who will take
active Interest In the meetings will be
Miss Julia C. I.athrop, head of tho chil
Miss Pearl Holderman Ot northern Craig
County In Oklahoma would succeed Miss
Kdte Barnard as state commissioner of
charities and corrections. Her father has
long been a ranchman and she was bora
In the wilderness portion of the state,
but has a university education. -Her
mother la a Cherokee, by blood and Is
descended from Illustrious ancestors.
According to a bulletin issued by Marie
L. Obenhauer of the Department .OH
Labor, a large number of women ln the
District ot Columbia are working more
than eight hours a day. Bunday work
and frequent night work, were found to
be the conditions in hotels and res
Uurajits and many of th laundry women
work as much as sixty hours a. week,
Bear Mountain park Is a troct of, 10,000
acres near West Point' which 'Mrs'. E. It.
Harrlmon gave fdr'.51 the .-purpose of a
publlo park commissioner opened part
of It a few days ago. Shelter houses In
thickly wooded regions afford beautiful
views of the riVcr. It Is part of the
Anion estate and besides the tract ot
land Mrs. Harriman gave a million
dollars to Improve It.
I in Arch I
I Supports J
Wo have expert fitters in our Ladies'
Department, who thoroughly unddratand
tho making and fitting of spinal corseta.
Surgloal and Sural! a Supplies
1410-18 Xarney Stmt. yaon Doug. 1168.
uJ3uy your Jurjrteal stippli
mhsre yoiir phytician bwj h.u
A Delightful Tonic
THE BEER YOU LIKE
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LUXUS MERCANTILE CO.
109-11 N. 16th St Douglas 1889
L Mr. Lamborn has boeti employed on the
irrankiin rrogresa as printer.
V T .. . S II - il. . v si ...
Jreople lalKea About Jo,urnaJ-hM phed garage and wm
- II sell and repair automobiles as a side line.
He is now sure of at , least one regular
Who is a qualified votor in Omaha?
Apparently the answer can bo given
only by an election commissioner ap
pointed ftt Lincoln by a governor who
votes ln Falls City.
The bomb sent to Mr. Carnegie
proves to have been a fake. Mon
dleu, and who would have the stony
heart to send the peace-loving, Laird
of Bklbo a real one?
Mr. Mellen was never much on
giving his reaBpnB to the public, bo
the stockholders ot tho Hew Haven,
through the directors, hare kindly
saved him tha trouble this time.
a Blot machine ln Douglas county a
week from tonight unless it is lockod
up in my office."
The Boo has been calling the at
tention of the sheriff ever slnco he
waa lnvnatH with nfflMal m.thnrWv A Staten Island (N. T.) woman offers advertiser.
in thn-nmllsirtiUail ln manlilnft anm. ""'"t VL '""" w. wastin. puoiisner or tne Tobias
to tho,uadlsgulsed Blot machine gam- muffler (ar tne crow or a hni celebrated the twentieth annl-
bllng In South Omaha and round- the daylight solute Of a cow. Residents versary of the founding of his paptr last
about villages, but he closed his eyes of Omaha's cathedral heights might be week.
and Btuffed cotton in hl8 ears, m induced to fatten the pme. Tho Misses Barber aw now the publish-
tho light of previous broken promises vThe Publication by Philadelphia papers Gra and editors of the Indlanola Reporter.
the sheriff, pronunclamento will be ' tnm.. bachelor editor of
accepted only so far as be makea maintained gorgeous apartments' for his "r"TV'
good by deeds, and not by words. A stenographer, put Mrs. Keppslmah wise . " ' ,n nnt ' ,hB. '
real clean-up of all tho doubtful re- Svir'S0?-."' VJJJS u ent,Uftd t0 half h4r band's aai
sorts in tho sheriff's Jurisdiction will 2nd 7i.te love brotherly ar Wf) ppln, -that a wlfe ,g tmiM tfl
havo Tho Deo's unaualltled aDDroval ..... . . H hr husband's salary that she can
- I Ainvnr nninv nr m.iinn.nAii. t'.i i
wl ,1 n tlitt ahnrlft' mlinl. mnM nrA,1ltl ... . ... ..... I S"-
"""Mii5oiy io counteract tne nuoious rsputa-
than his JatMceuing graft. Hon of Hoosttrdom as a resort ot ftcUon
and fable. Accuracy Is Mayor Strong's
While here for personal observa
tlon, wo trust that Assistant Post
master General Itoper will note that
Omaha ought to have the headquar
ters of tho postoffico Inspection di
vision ot tills district
Mor? than $4,000,000 of securities
belonging to Nebraska companies are
deposited with the state insurance de
partment. There was a time not so
long ago when Rome foolish people
aseerted that a successful homo In
HHrance company was impossible in
ft tirnMiouri state like ours.
Here ahd There
Around the Cities
To Invent even a shadow of an ex- ,ult' ,When..,ai """."'rable calls over j
cuse for maintaining its "robber " ""L;
rates," the Water board has had tolswers. -No; just stepped out" There-
dissipate botween a sinking fund, alPon the mayor resumes his chair and hospital, to cost H00.W0.
depreciation fund and a surplus fund, ou.mess procceas.
30 por cent of tho gross receipts. "We 'p?'? 1,H01' arce. who had a wo-
,,. ... , .ma 0Prt of having saved elght-nlne persons
mako bold to assert that this out- tram drownlngi uead al Montgomery.
rageous performance Is not dupll- N. Y., aged IS years. He had been
Chicago is to have a new detention
Washington provides huge stationary
umbrellas for truffle policemen.
Watte. Cat., has sued vaudeville
comedians of Los Angeles for making
cated by another munlclpal-owned awarded & mtdal by congress for brar ,okM hUrWul 10 lhe P""11 ot Wa-
plant iu tho country.
Many more New Tork schools
Qlvernor Major ot Missouri has issued provide cheap lunehea for pupils
Clovelanders are urging a special
vehicle tax to raise street repair funds.
The engineers of the Pennsylvania rail
road report that It would cost $0,000,000
to abolish all grade crossings on the sya
tent. There are 1,500 grade crossings on
11,000 miles ot trackage,
Motor car owners In Missouri this year
will contribute $150,000 In taxes to put the
state on tho good roads map. The state
contributes $365,000 for the same purpose.
NW York has more telephones than
London, Paris and Berlin together.
A glass bottlo blowing machtne In
ented In Germany has a speed ot 1.000
bottles an hour, equal to the work of aa
OH engine propulsion tor ocean going
vessels, has reached so successful a stage
that a $5,000,000 company has been organ
ised in London to operate lines of freight
ships of that type
A London department store has a mo
tor delivery wagon that has averaged
110O0 mtUa a year for more than eight
years, and which apparently Is In as good
condition as when purchased.
The state supreme court has ruled that
San Francisoo cannot permit the Musical
association, a private corporation, to
built on lnd owned by tha city, the pro
posed I7SO.O00 municipal opera houio.
Among the gifts to the kaiser's daugh-
I ter at her Wedding Was a clock sent by
Be Sure That
sends you these delicious
crisps in the package lA
sjze larger and not
some substitute. Look for
X0oT1,e BIG P"fie 1 Touted Com Flsiei 0Cs
. . T . . a proclamation settlnsr ailda Auiru.t ta falL
How long do you think a private and M as public holidays to be known a ClnolnnaU Is asked to raise t4.tt,SS5.W the city of Hamelln. U is made from a
water company subject to public reg- Qood Road days. Every able-bodied man for expense ot city government in lslt. win casK aawed in two. The nours are
nlatlftn urnttM tirtlrf mil acralnaf a .1 a. I In tho rural dlatricU of th i&im im I r I champagne corks. TH hoildt nro cork
- i ... ,t ... ... lected to put In these days working on i .iJi amnm.M ...mK.. screws and the welghU aw bottles filled
l.1"'" r.1 ' ' th publlo highway Krr " v " ' with champagne.
tinanciat exnioit me revenues ex- William Thomas of Franklin, lnd a . . . , , K fc
torted from water users after paying elvil war veteran. 1ms five sons who Megaphones re to bs-Used by ttach-
all running expenses, full interest hv" "' rvee m the United states ers on noisy playgrounds in Brooklyn.
and dividends on total caplUlUallon. army Two eon ar B1 wt- to raRko hn"ve. heard.
"';'UBUUB w" wt Pwon. 4Un,t two ,erve)1 n Ule cfljkft arUU.ry Halley. Idaho, has Just refused to buy
till lelt a BUrplUB or 30 per cent Of ant one u now enlisted in a mnkllh out for $50,000 tho private corporation
all the gross recelptsT company. controUlns; iu water supply.
Defer red Hope,
Tli e Gettysburg reunion prompts the
hope that the progressive, and repub
licans will walk arm in arm across the
wheat fields of Armageddon In 1K2.
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4VaO per sq. ft.
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