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HE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY AUGFST 5, lf)13.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , As to Neopotiim.
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Omaha Bee. Editorial department.
etato oi Nebraska. County of Douglas, s:
Dwight Williams, circulation manager
of The Bee Publishing company, being
duly sworn, says mat w ""-"J "r.vx
circulation tor the mojjtr. i of J"'i.,mS'
was W.Ut DWiaHTULLWMS.
Subscribed In my presence and -worn
to before mo ftAim.
(Seal. Notary Public
3nb)icrller . lenvlnit the city
temporally ahonld hare The lire
mailed to them. Address vrltl be
changed m often " requested.
The hero business 1b usuallr short-
July, weather cannot
clnrlng his unalterablo opposition to
nepotism In office, arid points his
democratic finger to two or three
coses of republicans, thus doubling
up for tho family on tho payroll. Tho
governor need not, however, assume
suporlor vlrtuo for his party, for tho
nepotism evil has been Just as fla
grant, if not more so, with democrats
as with republicans. In the last leg
islature n bill designed to stop nepo
tism, Introduced by Representative
Smith of this county, at the sugges
tion of tho editor of Tho Deo, was
Bnuffed'out In the democratic houso,
chiefly by democratic, votes, with
nothing to indicate that tho demo
cratic govofnor favorod it or exerted
any influence in Its behalf.
While speaking of nepotism in
offico, Jet us call attention to the fact
that Omaha's proposed now homo
rule charter tor the first time In
any city so far as wo .know puts tho
bars up ngalnst It bp making first
degree relatives ineligible to take ap
pointment under any city officer.
Wol!, Doc Friedmann has a Jot of
fun out of it, anyway. ,
The, wcathor, .though, Is not soc
tlonal, but a national Institution.
U, Yes butVhat becomes : of Brutus
in that great play of Julius Caesar as
Btagod by our ambitious Water board
Yob, but it ought not to be nccos
s&jy for California to indulge in a
deadly, riot In ordor to keep, on tho
Now that ox-Councilman Funk-
housor declares tho gas franchise
Corn promise all right, - lot- all' further
sebata cease. ...
Tho new. poet MvreMft of England
Is a physician by profession ana will
have the chance of giving tho kins
some of his medicine.' '
. A Nfthrasko vouth haV. cemrjlotalv
Scoverea 'Tram a broken neck. It
takes a -w'ole lot to few one of our
home-grown, corn-reds. , .
Ak-Sar-Ben's New Leaf.
In "vlow ot its original demand for
a clean streot fair, Tho Deo finds
special satisfaction in tho announce
ment of Secretary Weaver of the
Doard of Ak-Sar-Don that ho will In
vito as censors representatives of tho
clergy, the press and the public serv-
Ice board to inspect all the street fair
shows on the opening day this fall.
That is n fair proposition in connec
tion with Ak-Bar-Den's official em
bargo against objectionable features
Now, lot all this bo as widely ex
ploited ovor tho state as has been in
tho past tho odium of certain ques
tlonablo attractions. Tho Board of
Governors and Secretary Weaver
havo gone to great pains to Beo that
COMPILED FROM DEK MLXA
Twice Told Tale?
A Jnatlfled Kick.
At a recent social session In Mount
Holly, Surrogate Joseph Huff, of that
place, told ot an Incident which convinc
ingly demonstrates that some kicks are
In a certain section of Jersey, so ran
the story of the surrogate, there Is a
village grocery store, where, besides salt
Thirty Years Ago
A large attendance, wltnt-ssed tho lay
ing of the cornerstone of the Knpllsh
Kvangelleal Lutheran church edifice nt
Sixteenth and Harney. In his remarks
Rov. O. P. Stelllng. pastor of the church, and prunes, everything may be purchased
declared that It was twenty-two years I from a collar for a pet rhinoceros to a
to the very dav since the first corner- Procket wheel for a pianola. Together
stono of the church was laid on lower wlh this tho grocery store is tho lbcal
Douglas street now part of the site of Postofflce.
tho Millard hotel, where Its first pastor A few days ago a farmer entered the
was Rov, Henry W. Kuhns. For tho "tore with something on his mind, and
present edifice Augustus Kountzo. one ot after taking a fresh chew of tobacco to
the original members of the congregation fortify himself, he leisurely approached
and still a member, though living In New the counter.
Tork, proposed to contribute dollar for "Look here, David," he complalnlngly
dollar any amount raised toward the remarked, addressing- the proprietor. "1
building in Omaha. In recognition of his ain't klckln' none, but hain't ther some
generosity the name of the church was w-ay that yo kin kind o sepperate yer
changed to the "Kountse Memorial,'" as grocery blzneas an' yer postof flee bimess
a memorial to his father, Christian I o thct they won't mix qulto so much?'
KountzeT "Thero you go cotnplalntn' ag'ln
The Union Pacific folks are arranging Joshua!" responded the grocery man.
for an exposition of Nebraska-grown "What's achln' you this time?'
wool at oUr own stato fair at tho Boston "No hard feellns, David," rejoined
National Woot and Cotton exposition and Uncle Jpsh, "but t'other day I got some
the Denver exposition. " ' . pottage stamps hero Jes' arter Jake
George A. Custer post, Grand Army of I Smith got two gallons o' lie, an' every
the Republic, will meet hereafter In their one o' them tasted o' kerosene." Phlla-
new hall over Gladstone's, between Thlr- I delphla Telegraph.
teenth and Fourteenth, on Douglas.
At the residence of Colonel Jonn II Independence
Furey last night was celebrated the "a,K Dl1'" Haywood, In one of his
golden wedding of his father and mother, IIald" speeches to the Patcrson striker,
Mr. and Mrs. Connell Furor. Bam
Another Interesting similar event was "l want tno women strikers to have the
the celebration of the twenty-fifth anr.i- Independent spirit of a lady 1 used to
versary of the wedding of Captain B, H know. This lady had a neighbor who had
Palno and wife. Captain Paine being for Prospered. The neighbor, a very spiteful
over fourteen years an employe of tho "ort or aI1 h'r Prosperity, said to my
Union Pacific. friend one day!
Mrs. A. A. Gibbon, her daughter, Miss " 'l fe youre .sUll your, own washer-
Ida, and son. Martin, left for a two woman, k at. ,
months' trip through Wyoming and Utah
'Yes,' Kate aiiswered cheerfully, but.
thank goodness," j haven't yet been re
duced, to playing nurMmald to a. poodle
dog." Newark, Now. .
A "Musical 'lMnsrlnrlst.
Victor Herbert, the eminent, composer.
sold a pianist who was
Twenty Years Ad
Dr. Bomers, health commissioner, con
ferrcd with members Babcock and Alkln
and President Powell ot tho Board of
Education as to the dry closet system at
Kellom school, which was condemned as I ,al ot ft musician whose work he dls-
harmful to health. '"e: . '
Julius Durster had his rlsht la? hurf,1 I "The prophecy 'that was made about
good raiut is Kept in tno now order I in two places In a trlehdly wrnstlo with this chap lnihls boyhood' has come, .true
of things and they are entitled to a fellow worker, W. B. Walker, who won "In.hls -boyhood, fcou .know, his mother
Mitminjniii. nn,i r.nnw Mn crnm.ltho match. The men wcro emDlovea of I said to him':
Ul l,il.llUklUl, 1. . 1 V. OUl'L.W.V. U P. . I . - I .
. . . . ..i... . . . v. , i . .. , ,.r-tu i i- . . . i i , , , , . . .
, ., ,,,,,, i vniiBuier-fjuscn urswing company, i ucp ucu u. remarKDio cniia. a
bllng, no graf to, no obscenity, noth- The M,embly of he perfect' prodigy, in fact He remembers
ing accent toias navo a ngnt w ou- Knights of Labor decided to give a plo- every tune.Jio hews.'
ject to mat is wnat is demanueu in nia at gourtiawi oeacn August 19.
behalf of nil tho sUbJoctB in the Saj Hutchinson, traveling passenger
agent or tno union Pacitio, returned from
Philadelphia, where Mrs. Hutchinson
died and was burled.
city Attorney connell arrived home it's certainly valuable. It will nrotkabiv
Onn nf h vnnnif mnn whn wnh nl """ """."'" "mu,D lu BKO,"1' m alter yoars a
rf - w i nnrt or tno mnnin. Mast nr nis timn ra-i Kuprrni iwn,u.iiiii .i,.:n .
. . . . , . ,1 . ..-..,...( wvt.ivwv.. uiuuo-lvUIUUniU
cnampionHHip ui mo wvaiuru lonaia cently had been taken up with the case
tournament in Chicago failed In the of the Pullman Car company, which the
flnnla nt ttiA National fllav finnrt OW was trying to force to pay Its taxes,
,,,. ,-.,,. ,t,,. J. W. Thomas, receiver Of the Amor-
tournament In Omaha, whllo another ,cftn bankf Mclved niItructonB
Who got Into tho semi-finals at Ohl- from tho state capital at Lincoln to wind
cago went out in the fourth round In I up tho affairs of that Institution Imme
kingdom of Qulvora.
Omaha' on the Tennis Map.
Wall Wall I
V.., ,V.) ,
""Isn't that a-very-are an'dvaTuaUle
faculty?' Ma mother asked.
It Isn't rare,' said the pianist 'but
Aimed at Omaha
Blue Springs Sentinel: The secretaries
of the State Board ot Health have agreed
to resolutions which means the abolish
Ing of the common cup at communion
It will not do to assume a finality Ton Years Ago
of comparison, but thews clrcum- The paso of the Chicago. Great Western .ftM.. in,. u ,m.
etanccs nt least suggest something of against tlie Union Pacific to force an th(lt everybody will have to take his own
,tho standard of tennis played, In the S, T. botUe to church and can drlnk trom thttt
Omaha tournament 'and DorhaDB of IU 1 ' ? federal court be- Rna If ho can have in tho bottle what he
Miv Z.lv?oM. B, ,V,aw Yv," a?,HMU.n?".W,.l.h deilro4T One. minuter at Omaha ha. re-
the,, place ls, city rlghUy hQW ;On B. Kellogg, the "trust buster." opening belled,. against, the order of the secreta-
'the toanls'man. 'r the argument for tho Great western, ,or w tl-U
Theftfansa City Boy' ScouU' have
found, (Something to 4oJn .looking for
their missing Bcout master. Who
ays it Is all an Idle fad 7
Take npto (hat the propbsod home
rule charter, for 'Omaha, nails, down
tho heat unit aUndard for gas by
putting It right In the charter.
On his seventy-third birthday John
D. Rockefeller Bays ho Is still a boy,
Wonder what that youngster would
4b to us If ho ever grew to bo a man.
What has been' dono about tho fire
Irll In factories since that last hu
man slaughter1 In Now Yorkyor has
the force ot the grim warning- so aoon
' A hypercritical seer says the eaglo
design on our HO" gold ploces Is an
Imitation of an ancient Egyptian
coin. That's all right, come on with
"And this ls,-l?ot pimply a sudden whJch .hWh!.,0In,,ra.' co?n'f' J? obey the order. One would think though
burst of fame. Omaha, has enjoyed hn 5;idte Commanded TZZTJf'1'
similar dlsuncuon tor many yoars. the field for the Overland, returning the ' " r
It has dovelonod Bomd crack tennis fire of the enemy with heavy shot Wayne Herald: Proof that the world
nlayora of Its own and It has enter- Tn8 latest Bulletins rrom tne rront in is growing better Is found in tho recent
. k.r;f.Am. Kvnnt i " vuimi'bh i eviuence ot gooa iseung Deiweon wncom
'uu" w ""'"" rnllrnada over tha Interehaneeablo mile- n , m, nr.ln.,l ft-n
1 I - ' " - . t - 14 'III .WHiniilH fliU Wlt . hiiivh rvr
Clay courts aro Known, us ub piaycra, ago books Indicated the possible lnstalla- undlng dtlsens from Lincoln and repre-
far and 'Wldo. tlon of a S-cent passenger rate. Presl- Bentatlves ot each city expressed sentl-
k mturg.lnn rnrontlv dnnorlhnd dent Bttckney of tho Great Western has rnsnts of warmest friendship. It Lincoln
. Ywv-atf . ... I " , .....
rucn a pion unaer ravmnKui unu wan bjj omai,a havo come to do aoio to put
.... - . ' II ""
wnero people hub no ume r vy tors. .h.r wih uindiv interest they have
That, of COUrto, IB only half true, The Reynard & Oak, an Omaha firm, landed Lnnda distinct headway In lifting, .tho
city Is a workshop or industry ana me contract or ouiiamg mo m un- standard or civuixation,
i... ..... ......i, tain sanitarium for sis volunteer sol-
tirUBJJUIJ, uui uv . ' , . M. Hnrln. H. Tt.. which railed ty M. A ,ln..
.... 1 m s. 1 f - I I1UXUI1U1UI1 A&CISMM
tho Kiudiy spirit or piay ana enter- . ftn .oendltura of t330.us. it was i. h.w hrtr.Med hv a woman
tains' Its Bharo of assemblies both on i bo a group of twelve buildings, com- hl. congregation because his ties do
business and ploaauro-bent. Pflslng the hospital. not suit her. Hero wo have one of tho
News reacnea tne city irom iiicbko rensons why so many men are leaving
of tho sudden death there of John H. ,,. fniniatrv nml whv so many others aro
Onrtenoy in Politics. Beebe, formerly a traveling represonta- refusing to enter It People will pry Into
t r t.k .miniitn. tlvo for The uee. n once resjaea in minister's nrtvato affairs wno wouiu
n,U,ny ni.nrniMllk ,f ,,,. Lincoln, where both he and his wife were nev r Mtik ot interfering wlth"tho per
Uon'8 pre-election promises, It might popular. Mrs. Beebe was Promt- nat rights of aw other ctUzen.
seem nnom&ious to nay wiai uq nent In. social and musical circles.
If It Is alt right for cabinet offl
drs to spend their vacations lectur
tag" ?or money, then why, not divide
the honorB,ra'ndS'efohlsIteB and hot
lot one cabinet officer monopolize
bill tends to project American
finances Into politics, and yet that Is
what competent judges say of It.
Former Comptroller of the Currency
Charles 0. Dawes ot Chicago, one of
the acknowledged financial exports
of the country, says:
If this bill Is passed our banking sys-
So lt'8 to be not only a star-chamber,
but also a gag-rule demo
cratic tariff. Itemember how the
t democrats used to denounco repub
, llcan party measures on this score T
Those democrats are surely look
Ing for trouble as a consequence ot
their tariff tinkering and currency
churnlnsi.prv-they. would, . pp; this
early be accusing tho republicans ot
rolling the water.
The Baltimore Sun observes that,
while Talleyrand, tho master diplo
mat, could keep silent In seven lan
guages,' Henry 'Lane Wilson ' talks
himself to death in ono. But this is
the day ot gr&pejulco and Chautauqua
What are promises between na
tions? Well, Turkey mode a-pledge
of decent government to the several
ppwers ot Europe which Idly let Tur
key repudiate . Its pledge, and eati
mates put the cost, at about 360,000
Uvea. Tnat is the answer in ono
It fa suggested that Beoretary Bry
an's, explanation that ho.-necds the
money was, an act of selNsacrlf Ice on
his part to draw the boff ire'just then
being centred 6a Attorney General
JHclleynoJds. It that Is the case, It
is up to Mr. McReynolds to show bU
gratitude In some fitting manner.
People Talked About
Hastlnars Tribune: Tho way the Omaha
voters snowed under thoM tornado bonds
waa most shocking.
Manuel will have a bagful of Portu-
a-uese earth to stand on when married.
It isn't every monarch that can take his
kingdom with him when traveling,
Mrs. J. M. Jtoblnson of Brunswlok, Me.,
Boston Transcript: After Colonel Mul
hall had seen a public man's photograph
tam la acaln nroJected into politics. If ' h.dvtnr . Umon that In a newspaper, ho felt as intimate with
one.wuW.know what this, mtan to thi mea,ureB nine Inches around tho long hint as If they had been boyhood chums.
pusinos ana prosperity oi iue nuimn ivi i WJJ anij ajght and one-half Inchei tne pniiaaeipnia jjeager. jaumau
him read the financial history of tho 1 nh,p v. nolly want more Integrity in public life
United fitatis from UM to UW. , . . ... . m. ... irri.t but each demanded a contract for $10,000
It would Beem all but Imposalblo "'-V 'lemxo hail th, time of th.lr before making revelaU0M. This 1. what
. ilj . m il. " ?. II- rauan bv Vtirrnrv" Mfrirm.
mar inn iramura tu luu uuuuiuic uur i.,.. .nitinnaK niinArt fhm tn i i
- a it I C nusu tt-v.
rency act could be insensible to the run his engine twenty miles through
nrobable effect ot the raoasure. and Granite canyon, Colorado, a most altfl
wo know from thel tawn tins thai Fut undertaking.
t ninrn h. Alison uunnmgnam. tne agea nurse oi
v , ' .i . - i Inobert Louis Stevenson, widely known
finances of tho nation Into party pol- to counUMi children through the book
itlcs. But tho present admlnlstra- 0f poems, "Child's Garden Verses," ded
tlon Is Blow to hood advice Ab a tested to her by the famous writer, died
historian. President Wilson, of recently at Eainourgn
nrAHnfnn thn .iMlratn rftlft- VoUw at th primarte In thft Twenty
Uon,a natlon'a; qredlta bear to 1U ' ZIh. Mulhall ha., letter, and other
-.a.." . I . fc.. I '"-wm m- ' - I Jk MiMsna IW.n linnAI4 tMrtBIt fT t Tl A INI.
Btaoillty ana prosperity, a party ft baUot eighteen feet long. The rush for ""v""'"""' 'T' V,: 17 .
whose financial policies have never tho legislative bargain counter rival, a
been successful can afford to go very Saturday stampede for Coney.
alow In throwing the delicate cur- very Da". W5 year, old, died at his
reucjr luocunuuui vui ul 4Mv. . h.lUvart to h. th only urvlvor nf tha
Indianapolis New: Considering the
amount of time that Colonel Muinau
spent In Washington and, how busily he
circulated while he was there, it is ai
most surprising that so tew eminent
statesmen ever saw Or oven heard of him
before the lobby investigation began,
Now York World; Oscar W. Under
wood's response to Colonel Mulhall'. ref
erenccs to himself would carry mora
weight If It were made In soberer lan
menu that he makes. He represented
conspiracy of manufacturer, to control
congress. He and hi. associate, put upon
paper very freely their hopes and fears
as to various members. Whatever they
S. i w I ,r 0n,;.irT ,Li i 1 "lay have said of Mr., Underwood, the
Black Hawk war. He attributed his long I J": . ,,
Our new ambassador to Berlin, ,0 hi. t.mperat, ways, never having ,,.u r;,!" " h" n m.u "
a. A I f a ...lit. A I ..J ... II.m ll.ii... I
jusuce uerora, aissaustiea who. we uu v h-v.-. Springfield Itepubllcainl "Cheap .kate'
embassy hOUSO, asKB congress to levy xjourseui, wno w reraea oy mo u n blt Qf CUPrent ,Uing which serve, to
a registration fee ot 810 on all Amor- French the "rBJ t0 dviop the Idea of deIcrlbe Marlm M. Mulhall. chosen agent
leans traveling abroad to raise funds V' rrrtMrZn ot i Nationa A"c,nt M1:
for embassy quarterB. Our good am- a oautnter wno 0w tew u"rT n" """
bassador is altogether on the wrong francs a yeor In the shape ot one-thlrd COmmitte n Washington. Ha wrote to
tacK. It more money is neeaea, v. - hi. employer, of seeing this public ma
what he wants in to follow the illus- Sergeant Kuertx won a wife, and a and that one, telWnr dally if not hourly
rln Tn.mnU of hla chief and take no.u,e n .Me' drinking of the prodigious Influence he was eser
.1 : , thirty Pints or oeer cerore breakfast at clslng In shaping public affairs In the way
w iuo imuuna Vie.u.uiui. a restaurant at Ueslau. Gemany. and thosa who hired him would like to have
afterward, to show his steadiness of) them go. It Is to the shame of those
No insane persons should be kept hand, he registered seven hits out of who paid Mulhall his salary that they
at the county Door fafm except for wn no " l an ww-yanj target. were so easily imposed upon. Their
.i,,,! I Occasionally a newspaper man takes 1 credulity luvUd the Imposition which it
temporary detention awaiting ro- th8 ,)ovator wUh en0UKh chtBR ,n proa. pnAmti-nci how attenuated the thread
moyai to t tne aiaiq insano no.pitaia, i pect to tip the conductor. Bdward It
That la the intent of tho law, and! Mahoney, city editor of the Chicago Jour-
that Is common sense, but It does not V" he top noor of the sani-
contemplate holding fifty Insano in- !.""Ur, ViVn. n-
mates there at a time for an indetl- c-lympua or the Blarney stone, what will
ntte period. i he do with an the money!
In the Mntter of "P'luta."
OMAHA, Aug. 4.-To the Editor ot
The .Beo: "I don't see no p'lnts about
that frog that's any different from any
other frog," said tho ensual wayfarer as
he wandered Into the Calaveras drinking
place and commenced the episode which
Mark Twain Immortalized. The lineal
descendants of that casual wayfarer seem
to have gathered In Qmaha for the pur
pose ot taking part In the discussion ot
the pending gas franchise. And they
can't seo "no p'lnts about that franchlso
that's no different from any other fran
chise," and with the peculiar penchant
of their class, they oppose It just be
causo It's a franchlso.
One of the "p'lnts" they dwell on Is
tho matter of Income to the company
Members of the Ileal Estate exchango
make great todo over the Inordinate
profit of 6 per cent the company seek, to
gain. I can recall onco hearing one ot
the bellwenthers of the Ileal Estate ex
chango say In course of a private con-
ersatlon that he would not touch "any
proposition" that did not net him at
least 20 per cent and that he did not
then havo a piece of Omaha property
that wtis not paying him better than 20
per cent. I know another real estate
man who loss than six years ago was
working, on salary for an Installment
book concern, but who Is now driving
nis own automobile about the city, and
It's not a cheap machine, either. Another
concern of real estate men advertise that
It will guarantee' Investors 7 per cent
net: and the list might bo strung out to
an Inordinate length.
The "p'lnt" is: Is a man a nntriot
when ho seeks to make 20 per cent on
real estate Investments, and a criminal
.when he Invest in gas stock and asks
for 6 per cent? OLD FOGY.
The Point In the Coincidence.
OMAHA, Aug. 4. To the Editor of Th
Boe: I was greatly Interested In your ro-
pnnung m your editorial Sunday of, an
extract from, the report of the officials
of tho Eastern railroad of 1S51. but it
lost much of its point by misstating that
xne juiatern railroad Is now tho rsontnn
Tho Eastern railroad wa thn nriim.i
iacior in the present Boston ft Main
oxuiem, around which recent crlilnl
has been so bitter that It drove Charles
K. Mellen first OUt Of Its manacamant
and a little later out of the presidency of
vno inow xork, now Haven & Hartford,
that had bought the Boston & MnJn
Tho point in the resurrection of the con-
puions in 1K1 is that thev ara nr.rl.l
the same and with tho same railroad in
8. V.. WIfHTTTT
Editor Boston Journal of Education
ow A'ne Illinois Central Sfani!n.
'from which extract wts taktn.
tiiuniy lor statement that the road had
oecorae part oi Boston & Albany.
ThontrhU of n Soldier'. Wife.
"t-tlAWKA, Neb.. AUg. . To tha
iBen: This letter box seems to be a great
piace to get things off that seem heavy on
your chest; sp here goea to relieve mine
o nine, i nave noticed many articles in
regard to pensions, and somo people are
'so enthulastlo about old soldiers and no
loyai to tho defenders of the courjtry
an(J want all the bid soldiers to have omi.
slops whether they ever had a scratch or
a oniu wnue in we army, and every little
while an Increase of pensions, even while
many or them are living In a soldjers
home at the expenoe ot the government.
And all this money that has been annm.
prlated to soldiers to go to Gettysburg
to have a reunion Bnd even to the once
hated, and despised, opponents, the confed
erates, makes me tired and more than
tired, too. when I think and know of sol.
aiera .who served In the war, -whose ser
vices were accepted and nald for anfl wr
honoraby discharged and are old and
crippled and In soma case, poor, who
nave never oeen anie to get a pension on
account ot some little technicality In re-
gara to Being sworn. In. The bill giving
them a military standing so theycould be
pensioned could havo passed In congress
when Joe Cannon waa speaker, but. for
th reason that he was opposed to It and
would never let it come up for discussion.
There seems to be nothing doing now to
help out these old soldiers and ere long
they will be whero they will not need any
help. Some have already passed on who
hoped and hoped tn vain tor a little as
sistance to soften their lot In life. One
poor old bachelor used to come to our
houso regularly to nee If anything waa
done yet for him. His only support was
from singing war songs In stpres and on
the street, and taking up a collodion; he
carried his few old rags and song books
in a grain sack. If a man can get wings
for bravery, he has his now for wo know
when he 'ceased to come that, It was all
over with' him.
Another went to Montana to get some
land In his old days, but could not stand
the vigor, or the -climate", so he tod- has
gone to a better land, .So they are-passing
one by one.
My husband' has been a cripplo for
twenty-three years: ha. poor health and
ha. simply given up all hopes ot a pension
after trying for twenty-fiv year, to get
the disability removed. 81eeplng on the
froxen ground, standing guard day and
night, eating hard tack and wormy bacon
are not very conductive to health. So
he Is almost nn Invalid.
I was 10 years old when the war was
raging and have picked bark from the
rail fences many a day for fuel; that be
ing tho only avallablo thing to burn, all
the men having gone to war; and at
nights the soldier, would shoot around
the hoUse and we Would drop Under the
windows to avoid the shots. They would
tramp through the house, steal every,
thing they wanted and order my mother
to cook for ihem. They were "Johnnies,"
but not the kind I married, who Is as
loyal tb his country's flag that he will
not even make a tuts about a pension and
the more than useless expense ot sending
them back to Gettysburg to celebrate that
It will be only a short time until all
the old soldiers will be dead and buried,
and the time to show appreciation Is
while tlfey are alive. A few flowery words
and an Inscription on their monument,
if they even have any, and hard times for
the poor, old widow that Is left will never
make up for the substantial relief that
should be thrlr. while they are alive and
What I havo written I have written,
A -SOLDIER'S WIFE FOR FORTY
THESE GIRLS OF OURS.
Adam (In the suburbs of the Garden
of Eden) Now, Eve. you surely aren't
Bbfug to clamor for olothes already!
Eva (tearfully) You know very well,
Adam, I haven't had a decent thing since
'"That huiihnnd nf m!n nlwavs rata
"Yes. I sent lilm for soda crackers and
he came back with pretiels." Cleveland
"Whv won't vnU hnv itnmethlnir at m V
table?" demanded the girl at the charity
He.eAUius T nnlv hnv fmm th hnm.lv
girls," said the man. . "They have a
harder time making sales."
ins gin was not oirended, ana he
worked thUs ris-ht riawn tha llnp Mw
"What sort of girl Is she?"
Well, let mn n. Pan vnti n!ptnr
In your mind's' eye, forty yearn back, a
girl sitting at an old-fashioned piano
the tw?lU:hf?''8,VeCt AUce' Ben Bo'1'
"Sure, I can. 'Ah, beautiful, beautl
"Well. ! that's tha Dlcture of trrand.
mother, and Elsie doesn't take after
grandma a bit." St Louis Republic.
Edna What do you think of tts
Edith I d rather marrv one nf thns
rich bid fellowa with only one lung.
George Rudolf, go down stairs and got
me some excelsior.
Rudolf Excelsior! What's that?
GeorKe You know, that stuff that
looks like hay.
ituoou on, that long sawdust!
There's many an expert engineer
With tripod chain and compass
Who can determine boundary line.
And settle many a rumpus;
But does there exist an engineer
If so, he mhst bo a daisy ,
Who can locate the line that Is drawn
drawn pretty fine
Tha line twlxt tired and lazy.
Tho colleges send forth engineers
Who determine points to a fraatlon
Kor tho greater the growth of tho
Tho greater demand for exaction!
But Is there a polytecnlc school
That can ever produce a student
Who can determine the line that lies .
Twlxt the cowardly man and tht
There's many an expert at measuring
At finding points of digression:
If they were lined up In parade they'd
An exceedingly long processlorir , .
But rould we find one in that lengthy
line ' ,
Who of knowledge had gained a suf
ficiency TO locate- the line that's been hidden so
Thel0lne 'twlxt bluff and efficiency1.
The surveyor of land has a task to per
form That requires most exact Information,
The lawyer has hair splitting points to
And to settle beyond disputation
But lives thero an expert In learning
And boiling over with wisdom.
Who con locate .the lines twlxt the bad
and tho good
That llo deep In the human system.
Omaha. BAYOLL NH TRELE.
Tim Bust Foosi'Drm'k Lunch at Fonntminm
of fact that ran through Mulhall'. big
stories, all can see. It is a pitiable exhi
bition. Business men ot yense relied upon
the National Association .of Manufactur
ers and are learning with amaseraent of
the foolishness that was perpetrated la
An Kxnmple; "Worth While.
Mrs. Bryan will can her own preserve.,
but it does not eem probable that the
example wll bo strong enough to Induce
Mr. Bryan's adoption of tt with regard to
the Chautauqua lectures.
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