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THE BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1013.
Little Willie Gettit
Copyright 1913, International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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HERB TO ANWep
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4 I HERE TO ANJWEP Y ' LITTLE ONE! -JsT 1 , pr I
THE DOOR- WON'T II . 1 1 P ' - ANOTHCR 5
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Think of Death as a Friend, Not a Foe
It is the Only Certain Thing in Life
"A Change of World" is. Desirable
The Happiest Life Would Pall If That
Did Not Come.
Copyright. 1913, by Star, Company.
My ELLA WHEELER WILCOX
Said Life to Death, "Methlnks If I were
1 would not carry such fin awesome face
To terrify the helpless human race.
And If, Indeed, those wondrous tales be
Of happiness beyond, and If I knew
About the boasted blessings of that
I would not hide so miserly all trace
Of my ,vaBt knowledge. Death, if 1 were
Hut like a glorious nngel I would lean
Above the pathway of each sorrowing
Hope la my eyes, and comfort In my
And strong corjvjctlon in my ' radiant
The whltuil whispered pt that beauteous'
jroa 1,1(1 -
This would I do, It I were you, O
Said Death to Life, "If I were you, my
1 would not lure confiding souls each day
AVIth fair, false, smiles, to enter on a
So filled with pain and trouble to tho
1 would not tempt those whom I should
Nor stand unmoved and sec them go
astray. . .
Nor would I force unwilling souls to stay
Who longed for freedom, were I you, my
Hut, likn a tender mother, I would take
The weary world upon my sheltering
Ana wipe away us -lears, ana sooino lis
1 would fulfill my promises, and make
My children bless mo us they sank to
Where now they curse If I were you, O
Life made no answer, and Death spoke
I would not woo from Clod's sweet noth
Ingr.css A fouI to being. If I could not bless
And crown it with all Joy. If unto men
My faco seems awesome, tell me, Life,
Do they pursue me. mad for my caress,
lleltevlng in my silence Mrs redress.
For your loud falsehoods? (So Death
Oh. It Is well for you I am not fair,
Well ttiat I hide behind a voiceless tomb
The mighty secrets of that other place,
i:ise would you stand In Impotent despair
While unfledged souls straight from tho
Hushed to my arms, and spat upon your
The main object of most human beings
Is to avoid death, and yet death Is the
only certain thing In life.
From the hour we draw the first breath
we are going for
ward to meet
Instead of re
garding d'fUn as
a foe. would itnot
ho more sensible to
think of t as a
One who comts
to tak "8 on a
delightful Journey '
There are some
advanced meta -j.hyslclans
and write about
the possibility of
and perpetually in
hfn body. George
Krancls Train declared he should do so.
He believed he had overcome death. He
believed he had acquired the life habit,
and he meant to prove that there was no
need of changing bodies.
But his body Is now dust.
Mary Baker Eddy and Helen Wilmans
snd Wallace Wattles and Eleanor Kirk
all talked this same philosophy: all be
l.eved they had entered upon life eternal
In this body on this earth.
Yet all are gathered to their fathers.
All "changed their worlds."
All live, on-other planes In higher states
No doubt all come near the old seenos
snd Influence, those whose minds are
ti-ned In the same key, at times.
Yet they have experienced that change
Ich we call death.
tion after the great event . had taken
Tho most glorious music, If played con
tlnuully, ceases to please the cur. The
most appetising food loses Its tasto If
continually taken, and life would pall
upon tho happiest heart If it underwent
no change of death.
The- good swimmer enjoys his sea bath
best when lightly clad.
How much more delightful must be mo
tion In spaco when tho body is cost
Wo have many bodies; tho physical one
meant only for death.
Tho nstral body, .meant only for the
astral piano; tho desire body, which Is
tho vehicle our emotions havo made, nnu
which will eventually drop away, an tho
others wlllt and lenvo,ua. lu. tho. spiritual
body. In each of these bodies we will
have1 new and wonderful experiences.
And as we pass onward from piano to
plane',, meeting those who have been dear
to us on earth, und leurnlng new truths
nnd gulnlng now powers, to help us when
we again, uftor long periods of time, re
turn to finish tho work wo leavo undone
Each of us ought to think of these
things, calmly and with reverenco and
with faith In Clod's great goodness; wo
should, In the midst of all our pleasures
and pursuits and amblttonB and occupa.
tlons, give a little time every day to
happy thoughts of that wonderful change
called death; and. wo should know that
Just as we think of It. and Just as we
tlilnlc of llfo here, so will that life be to
which death guides us. -
We are. building our heavens (and our
hells) as we pass along the cartli. Cheer
fulness, hoi-, good will, generosity,
patience, gratitude, love, reverence, Indus
try, truthfulness, admiration of the beau
tiful, tho seeking for beauty In nil things,
order nnd system and harmony all these
qualities .are stones which aro being laid
In the mansion In tho skies which we win
Anger, revenge, hate, 111 will, greed,
and all tho other unlovely faults of
humun nature., build hells for sduls to
dwell In until they work their way out
Into fairer realms.
Choose your material with care, then,
and glvo a llttlo time every day to. think
ing your heaven Into shape, ready for
the occupancy of your soul when It
And think of death as your great, good,
beautiful guide, not as your hideous
New Fur Effects for November
A New World Era
In Moving Pictures
My KDGAK LUCIKN LA UK IN".
Taking equal rank with the mighty
achievements of tho mind of modern
tnnn, calculus, telescope, spectroscope,'
tele-spectroscope, telophote, mlcroccopo,
photography, telegraph, wireless tele
graph, telegraphonc, telautograph, tnultl-
creatures by means of sunlight, perhaps,
with that Instrument.
Turn on puro oxtra-vlolct waves; then
jou would not see them In any mtoro
scope, however powerful.
Now substitute for the eye n new,
rapid, extrtt-sensttlvo film; the chemicals
aro affected, nnd In the fraction of a
second an Image Is formed. An Invisible
Hex-telearaiih. matches. chtnmfarhi. "nwgy.WRVe-grapn Is socurcd of Invlsl-
dynamo, motor, eleotrlo railways, steam i 11,0 0UJ'-
turbine, eleotrlo light, mlcro-photo- nut uPPse that the eroatures are all
grnphy, ultra-vlolet-cnergy-photo-mlcrn-, lnving about In tho media. The picture
Kcopc, celestial photography, electrolysis, would uo spoiled nnd blurred. Bo now
Crookes tubes, Itoentgen my tubes. com,,a the. most wonderful of all. Move
lioentgon iuv nhotocraDhv. nriniln.-. ln8 t a specific i-pped to coincide
chtalysls, klnetlo energy, Ions, electrons, ! wUh ,he movements of the bacteria
Induction, nuscency and latency, thera
t.ow comes the new perfect motion pic
ture projection apparatus In 6n abso
lutely new kind of theater. And these
theaters wll' change the cureer of man
Vast human-world posilblllttea are now
looming. Tho first mighty world dls
covery conslvted 0f one slick and two
Then the hitherto unknown Is made
known and a surpassing ronqtst of na
Develop these negatives, then only one
Person at a tlmo could see them. De
velop on long films, put these on rollers,
move rapidly In front of high-power pro
jection lenses, throw the Images on n
distant screen, then 1,000 people can see
Mime, ono n resting place for the stick, I , "I JT , . . ,
. ... . ... . i ing, moving, unknown, living animal-
Illustratod on tho left band side Is an evening
wrap of amber-coloroa satin, supplemented with a
pearl pelerine and black fox. In the center aro a
handsome red for stole and muff, with collar of
ermine trimmed with tails, tho muff decorated In
the same way. This method of trimming fox with
ormlno Is quite a new Idea. The right hand lllus
tratlon shows an evonlng wrap of goranlum-plnk;
velour, Into which Is Introduced the Inst word In
drapery, the sehome completed with whlto fox.
a fulcrum, nnd the hlg stone to be lifted,
the first and last and only machine
Tho next all-clvlllzing discovery was
that of matches, the ready production
of fire. Later came chloroform and
Tho simply Inflnlto wondeia of elcu
Irons, radium, Induction, nascency and
the crowning triumphs, latency and
nientolds nr Indeed modern when com
pared to the stones and stick, the lever
that moved tho world human, hundreds
of thousands of years ago.
Rescuing from the oblivion of tho un
known Is quite an undertaking; It has
brcn accomplished, Tho apparently In
toluble lids been solved. The enormous
(panslon of the human mind due to the
discovery of the use of differentials Is
now to be equalled, but In another way
not mathematical by tho astounding
possibilities of micro-motion photography
and celestial photography.
Ultra-vlolat-eneigy - wave - mlcro-pho-togrnphy
should bo at least partially
comprehended by every reader of tho
American. The nhort extra-violet rays
in Invisible regions, out beyond the
vlslhlo violet, the longer waves, although
rot being able to affect the retinal nerves
In the eye, affect with tho most In
credible rapidity the new sensitive films
moving In the foci of lcnks. Out these
new-type lenses are marvels. They arn
curved so that they utlllxe the shortest
waves so far detected.
Hee what this Implies. Look tljrough a
microscope at a minute part of a txnalt
drop of water or gelatine culture, and
you would not sen the small moving
1, JtUSJW.' 1 1
Little BobbieV Pa
My WILLIAM V, KIMK.
Pa had a argument last nite with the
richest man In' the town ware we are
stopping. All of the peepul In the town,
ncerly. Is afrude of the rich man, but
Pa isent afrade of him beekaus we know
sum peepul In the cities that malks moar
In a yeer than all this rich man Is worth.
Tho argument Pa had with the rich man
was about the opportunities for a yung
man to beecum rich.
The rich man was at our hotel, & he
was talking with Pa about my going to
college. Pa thot that after I had went
thru the publlck school he wud send me
9 o'clock at nite, & many a big deal has
been put oaver the plate around mid
nite. I dount think Napolyun wud have
been much of a general If he had wont
to bed every nlto at nine. Lincoln dldent
go to bed every nite at nine, eether, sod
Pa, eeven wen he wu a boy. He used
to stay awake till erly In the morning
sumtlmes, reeding books that he had
I doant care what Lincoln 'did, sed the
rich man, I always went to bed at nine.
Lincoln dldent have much money when
Neether did Julius Caesar, sed Pa. He
piling them Into cords, that wud have
been a pillar of the church If he had had
u general store left to him.
Do you think thare Is such a thing as
luck? sed the rich man.
Sure I do. sed Pa. look at my wife ft l,earted Quakeress Kliiabeth Fry. whos
My IlKV. THO.MAH M. (JHEOOUY. 'may be sure that Ho took her by the
hand with a royal grasp and looked Into
When Clod makes up ills Jewels, very her eyes with His sweetest, tendered
conspicuous among them will be the ono Ibenlgnity
that answers to tho name of tho grcat-
Advice to the Lovelorn
My HEATMICE FAITtFAX.
All's Knlr In Lot.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 18 and In love iier to iove human.
to enure. & the itch mm awl nn. thai galv most of his munnv to the wwir I with n, girl of 17, A menu or nune is
-i . e . i Mn.t r.r ih. Dro ..i.j. ' also In love with
good works unded with ner life, sixty-
right ears ugu,
October 26. 18)5
i If thero wan
tever a born phllan
throptst It was
iKtlzabeth Fry It
;was ii h natural for
wud throw me among laxy boys &
wuddent ewer amount to anything.
I doant think so, sed Pa. 1 think it all
depends on the boy anyhow. Of courv,
sed Pa, I newer went to a college my
self, but I think I shall send Hobble. He
will be glad for It In later yeers, the s&lm
as I am always sorry I dldent gtt a
chanit to go.
AH that Is necessary to success Is hard
work & plenty of sleep, sed the rich man.
I newer went to a collet's, but went rite
to work wen my father left me the gen
eral store. I always was In bed at 9
o'clock at nite & out at 6 In the morning.
Llttel by llttl I accumulated my munny
I newer took a drink sf anything In
toxicating. J newer smoked & I newer
swore. I always went to church & galv
as much as any man In our village. That
s the seekrnt of sur-ceae Oo to bed at
To me this change seems desirable.
I I ave seen three mature people pass nine first of aV
t rcnjjh the change, and to each one U I d'ar.t f llnw yo i, n 1 Pa I l-ww a
enr' de'r.'frsnce and cscn lae wr a' r MM fl'n n a g-at th --g ? t ts-ar l-as
.... ... - Tl I I . . ...4.1. . . . n 1 11 u Mr Nh, IM '
jvinar fir rn prnia in nil, in ,!... . ijbv hi iuid win. ....... .. -
csrrtM.c i c" id - a- 1 nr l sit ifi- ' e- r
minds that dldent care much for munnv
However. I point with pride to my
success, sed the rieh man. None of the
other boys that went to school with me
has my welth.
Probly thay dldent have any general
store left to them, sl Pa. Thare Is a
good deal of luck about a man making
his life successful. The only men that
will not admit that luck Is a facktor is
the men that had all the luck them
selves. Another thing. eJ Pa, It always gives
me a pain to hear a successful man talk
ing about hard work and sobriety & long
Mteps. Think of the thousands of wood
choppers. Pa sed, that go to bed at nine
& git up at rive all thare life long, &
thay are sober beekaus thay can't get
anything to drink out lr the woods, but
I waodchoppers tha- live a'-d wood chop-
pers tha-,- f'l" Thar- (a -ar a r'-skv
very pretty, and when dreed In her promote its happi
favorite color (red) ahe Is very attract .ties and peace as
tlve. ;lt Is for tho blrd
Her gentleman friend is working In to . . ..
York Harbor. Me., and I would like to I w "" tu
know If It would be proper to try and ;unrle. Her Joy
win her In his absence. ri. m. u. was round In help-
It would he proper, without t doubt. It
Is always proper for a man to make love
to the girl he roves, If she Is free to hear
and ho Is free to deolare.
Ilut are ypu, at 18, In position to marry
una gin, wnen jou nave won nor.- j
When Elizabeth hogan to take notice
of the world the lot of those who were
In prison was forlorn beyond the power
of the present day Imagination to con
relv'f, but tho grand little Quaker woman
began operation", and before she died
prison reform was a live Issue In all the
lands or the earth. (t it largely to
Ellrabeth Fry that we owe the raft that
I today the prisoner of the law Is begin
ning to bo treated as a fellow human be
Ing It's lad enough even today, but there
ha been un Improvement In prMon condl
tlons and In our feelings toward the crim
inal, und It Is to a great extent to Hllsa
'both Fry that the Improvement Is due.
More than half a century has passed
I by since the finished her earthly course
Ing along the glad- 'and every day of that time her cause
ness of others, and, casting away the has been marching on, and wllrcontinur
thought of self, as one might heave a jto march on until the victory Is won, and
r - gt I tb- s' t af - , t U g
J a t-J, &
Dear Miss Falrfaxt I am IT I met
a man at a doncu about two months ago.
lie cured very much for me. I havo kept
company with him a while, and now he
leaves me und goes with another girl.
How could I get him to go with me
again? LILLIAN H.
The first rvldeiu-r a girl gWta that she
Is trying to force a man's attentions the
lcs n-lined If la t give them. Just
s"'W I'm - ri d"', I rjie Th.it the
rock Into tho sea, the lived for the com
monwral, in which alone she round hor
llkginnlng when a mere girl, she de
voteu fifty years of her life to tho work
of Improving the physical und moral
condition of mankind, and It Is per
fectly cafe to say that during It all she
never once thought of any other reward
for her labors than tho prlvlUge of glv-
Jng herself to the cause she so dearly
the one-time brutal and Inhuman state
of mtnd regarding "our brother, the
criminal," shall have ceased to disgrace
A man went to a Judge ami usked
whether he could bring suit for slandsr
against n man who had called him a
"Why, certainly," said the Judge.
When did he call you that?"
culoae, bnclllla and mlcrob.s.
Hlnk a camera In an optical chamber
to tho bottom of the sea, Illuminate the
wondrous animals and plants on the
ocean floor, nnd turn the rapid film,
Myriads of unknown denizens of the
mystic deep aro photographed, taken tip
to theaters and shown In natural mo
tion to the people.
Moving picture machines will be every
where on earth where thero are people.
JSvery department of the world's work
iii ue in moving picture Illustration,
from cathedral and university to com
merce, advertising aVid minutiae of dally
life. Every court room, library, store,
tnllway station and public place will
have tho magic lenes and, mysterious
rilms. storing views of the activities of
the entire world.
U Is finished. It Is on Brosdway, in
Los Angeles. It Is the opening of nn en
tirely new era In the career of man, and
will bo copied In all of the cities of the
world. It Is a benediction, a thing- of
universal beneficence. It was born per
fect, like Minerva from the brain of
Jupiter. A concrete fireproof building has
been erected around a huge, beautiful
pipe organ of exquisite t.weetnesa of har
monic tones-that Is, the organ was
erected first and then the building around
It. step by step, to adjust perfect acoustlo
properties. The effect is astonishing
Then 1,00) easy chairs were placed for
the people. Next a huge white (not Imi
tation white), flat (not Imitation flat)
wall surface In the distant rear was sub
stltuled for a distorting screen of cloth.
Tho highest type of projection motion
Ploture machines are In a concrete eham
bor, In perfect safety.
This apparatus Is Indeed up-to-dato and
has lenses of different kinds and powers.
It can project from bacteria In natural
motion In a minute drop of liquid to a
landcsape miles In w)dth. ocean scenes
mm 01 nisiani mountuln peaks In the
mhUt of clouds and hurricanes.
Wornout people from the streets enter
here to rest by literal thousands. They
hear the world's best selections played on
u perfect organ by a perfect organist
And when poothed by the harmony they
see the scenes of the earth nnd Us busy
Places pass In perfect review. And count
less scientific views are displayed. And
the series Is chansed every day.
The unspeakably atrocious sounds Is.
suing from nerve-wrecklng. braln-curd-ling
ragtime "music machines" are all
unknown In this theater beautiful. The
lighting of the room Is perfection Itself
The air Is filled with a mystic glow -delicate,
refined and nerve-quletlng. No
point of light Is visible; the electric light
are In apertures or domes In the ceiling
and diffused light only I. visible. Strange
to relate, this effect adds to the ex
quisite beauty of the pictures on the pure
white surface. The blooming of two
weeks of opening flowers-thls In five
mlnutee-and the growing of butterflies
ara of exceeding beauty and sclenttfl
Interest. Now let ererj- minister, teacher, lee
juror In tho world secure these priceless
treasures, and then really teach the hun
gering; millions of people, longing for new
things outside of deeply worn ruts
Ja limit IhrMt vuars n wn "
There was never a truer Christian than I Three yearB ago' And you only start
Flliabeth Fry and If it has been her 1 suit today' '
r!ch rr.lege somewhere In the Oreat , ,,ut' vour. h0.n,or' J?!1 J ?.
Ueyond, to meet the (Joed Matter, we 1 ngWB.
.!.,e ,d.",jr'" J,aPP"ln oTery day.
If folks don't read your store
news evwy day, It's your fault.
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