Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1913)
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1913
TllK OMAHA DAILY BEE
FOUNDED J1Y BDWAnU HOSKWATKK
VlfTOH nOSWWATKK. BDlTOlt.
BEE Bt"HjDIN0, FAUNA M AND 1TTH.
Kntered at Omaha postofflce as second,
TERMS OF 81'HSCnlPTION.
Sunday Dee, one your
Saturday Bee, one year $
Dally Bee, without Punday. on year,. .w
Dally Bee, and Sunday, one year .W
DEUVEIIED BY CAIIR1BR.
Evening and Sunday Bee, per month. 40c
Evening, without Sunday, per month.. i-c
Dally Bee. Including funday, per mo.,GPc
Dally Bee. without Sunday, r month.JSc
Address all complaints of Irregularities
In deliveries to nty rirrulatlon Dept.
Itetntt by draft, express or poftal order,
payable to The Bee Publishing company.
Only S-cent stamps received In payment
of mall accounts. Personal check, ex
cept on Omaha and eastern exchange, not
Omaha The Bee building.
South Omaha-atS N street.
Council Bluffs It North Main street
I.tncoln-M Utile building.
Chlcaeo-POl Hearst building.
New York-ltoom 11K, 2 Fifth avenue,
Bt Ixul 503 New Bank of Commerce.
Washington .2fi Fourteenth at-. N.
Communication relating to news and
editorial matter should bo addresed
Omaha Bee. Editorial department.
Btate of Nebraaka. County of Douglas.
Dwtght William, circulation manager
of The Bee Publishing company, Mna
duly aworn. say that the average dally
circulation for the month of October,
U1J. wa.Sl.73. DWIOHT WILUAMR.
.wtuj in v nrMotiee and sworn
to before' me IhU lft !
Welcome to the Teaohcn.
It Is scarcely necessary to Ray that
the 4,000 public school teachers com
Ing to tho annual convention ot the
Nebraska Stato Teachers' association
win find many times 4,000 welcomes,
awaiting them. Omaha's latchstrtng
hnngs out tho year round to them, as
they must know or they would not
wish to come back to us each autumn.
Our peoplo have begun to look for
ward to these annual assemblages
with a felicity that separates them
from merely the convention idea and
makes them seem Just a sort of
friendly, neighborly gathering. It
is tho ploasuro of many to have these
good folks in their homes and thus
form the contact of genuine friend
ship. Of all the long list of conventions
within tho year, none brings together
a finer typo of delegates, and the fact
that thin convention is composed of
women as well ns men makes It dis
tinctly attractive. Tho men are all
right and welcome, of course, but
would not a convention solely of
' mere men teachers bo a rather pro
iBalf nffalr? The women are necdod,
jnsi no they arc in tho school room.
1 Omaha as the center of education,
proud of its public and private
schools alike, seems quite a logical
plnro for such a convention and will
delight to welcomo and honor thlB ono
often ns it sees fit to come,
: decides now and thon to
Subscriber lenvlnft th I'ltr
temporarily should have The Bee
malted to them. Atldrr will he
changed na alien a reunested.
zr , . . rewhero, will regret it and
!!:'! await tho decision to return
ls this tho day that Murphy "gets'
It or "gives" it?
Tho getting together of democrats
usually has referenco to tho plo
You arc not passing up tho beau
tiful woods in this beautiful autumn,
When It comes to working tho free
advertising graft, our Ror. Savldgo
can put It over them all.
Tho Lincoln Highway Is 'kept
Btralght by running it around 'Chi
cago Instead of through it.
Omaha takes prido In being some
thing of an educational. center itself,
as well as a center for commerce and
O'Gorman and McCall.
Washington Is agitated and aur
prised, bo reports say, at Sonntor
O'Oorman's avowal of support of Ed
ward K. McCull, Murphy's man for
mayor of Now York. Why, slnco
both O'Gorman nnd McCall havo nl
ways been Tammany mon? It would
be surprising It O'Qorman did not
stand tor McCall, the regular demo
cratlc nominee. O'Qorman and Mc
Call havo known each other for
long time. O'Qorman has
known all the time that McCnll watt
Murphy's choice, for, as lieutenants
In Tammany, they have doubtless
sat around tho tepee fire a good
many nights with tho big sachem in
their councils of war.
Surprising? No, Indeed. Alt
Tammany democrats, stand together
when the tost comes. It Senator
O'Qorman Is subject to criticism for
anything, it certainly is not for his
position in this situation.
Thus far Huerta has served no
declaration of war on ub because Mrs.
Lint) saved 'those two deputies from
his pursuing wrath.
The Scotch Justtco ot the peace
who, with Premier Asquith, was
flayed by suffragettes with dog whips
Is excusable for growling.
It looks as it an attempt wero bo
ing mado to make that negro foot
ball player on tho Nebraska cloven' a
foot ball ot intercollegiate politics.
Eight tribes are said to bo com
prised in that Haskell Indian foot
ball team. No wonder It beat Crolgh
ton, which hasn't an Indian In thq
If, as Bald, tho ugliest negro in
Omaha drew a claim In the recent
land lottery, it only goes to show that
your Uncle Sam plays no beauty
After saying that tho new minister
to China is "an oxcollent typo of
Asaerlcan citizen," Hapgood's Har
per's Weokly bluntly adds, "He was
born in Milwaukee."
Mrs. Pankhurst told a body of Chi
cago women she felt like dancing,
but never did such a thing. Hor
rors, no) The idea ot comparing de
mure, decorous brick-throwing with
, 7"isP2Xm Omaha
COMPTlXn TOOK BEX- TllZB
Twice Told Tales
Having been hero with their state
convention before, our visiting teach
ers should now know what they want
and where to get it, and that it they
don't see It, all they have to do is to
ask for it.
Protecting1 Life in Industries.
The national council for 'industrial
safety, with, contral headquarters in
Chicago and branches to be estab
lished in all manufacturing cities,
should prove to bo ono ot the great
est boons to the industrial workers
of this country, of whom 2,000,000
are annually Injured and 3S,oou
killed. This council is to act as a
clearing houio for all sorts ot "safety
first" ideas, plans and appartus.
When a now manufactory opening up
wishes information on "safety first"
it will find tho files of tho council ac
cessible. Tho work will be special
ized as to tho dlfforont trades and
caroful tab kept on every invention
Tho Chicago Tribune in its "Where
'wo will' there's a way" column in
setting forth the scope of this project
Bays: "There aro 0,000,000 humble
homes in tho United States,- in each
ot which tho establishment of this
office and the announcement ot tho
work should ho tho biggest piece of
news In a generation." It la esti
mated that at least 10,000 lives a
year can thus bo saved. Such state
ments aro reasonably based on what
has been done wherever systematic
life-protecting movements havo been
carried on. A singlo western rail
road by such a movement in ono year
reduced its number of killed from 3G3
to 240 and injured from 10,000 to
7,115. Railroads are co-oporatlng
in this new enterprise and yet, largo
as is the number ot railroad casual
ties many of which aro due to tress
passing thoso ot other Industries
aro far groater. Ab a matter of con-
sclenco Industries should co-operato
in such a movement, but aa a matter
ot economy they will, for they have
learned tho lesson of carelessness at
the cost ot millions ot dollars.
Thirty Years Agi
in his regular Sabbath evening lecture
Itev. W. J. Harsha described the work
of Luther and the beginning? of tho
Quite a respectable gathering assem
bled In Boyd's opera house, to listen to
the lecture on temperance by Mrs. Kata
Homer Clayton of New York. The Young
Men's Christian association choir fur
nished the music and Rev. J. W. Frost
Introduced the "fair lectures."
The Turkish bath and electrical Insti
tute of Dr. Dlnsmore on Douglas street
I being thoroughly remodeled. The bath
bill of fare Is to Include vapor bath.
Turkish, sulpher, oil, sea salt, medicated
and electro-thermal baths.
The German colony crowded the Ger
man theater lor a performance ot
'Preclosla" In which Mrs. Kraft-Fry
took the title role., with all the other
favorites In the cast.
Mrs. M. W. Kennedy, 1709 Jackson
street, !s receiving the sympathy of
friends over the loss ot tier Infant
daughter, Anna Katherlne.
Paul 8emf, iproprletor of Vu- Tlvoll
garden, gave a pleasant sociable on oc
casion of his thirty-second birthday.
Prof. Bchrodsr and Prof. Rowher lvelpcd
enliven tho entertainment with mualc
Rev. J. W. Stewart, pastor, and Rev.
M. I. Ilnney, evangelist, have concluded
a weok ot special revival meetings at the
Couth Omaha Methodist Episcopal
church. "A number have been saved,
and many others are deeply Interested
and inquiring as to their salvation.
Every Indication seems to point to a
wonderful work In that city.''
Twenty Your Alt"
B. B. Kenned, with a score of forty
five bird, won the Parmalee diamond
trophy as tho best pigeon killer at the
Omaha Oun dlub. O. W. Loomls came
second with forty-two and Frank Thaw
third with forty blids.
Judge Walter I. Hayes of Davenport
mado a speech In behalf of democracy at
the MasonJo temple.
A mass meeting of populists was sched
uled for Washington hall, at which Sena
tor W. V, Allen. Congressman W. J.
Bryan and Judge 8llas A. Holcomb were
billed to speak.
Mayor Uemls, who was beset by antl
vice petitioners for a more rigid enforce
ment of ordinances, referred all comers to
Chief ot Police Beavey.
Councilman Parker and Mr. Parker re
turned from Hie World's fair.
Frank F, C. Hwartx of California and
N. (1. Hwartz of Idaho were visiting their
sister, Mrs. Churchill PBrker.
The Board of rubllc Works awarded
the contract for paving Eighteenth' street
from Harney to Farnam. The lowest bid
ders were K. D. Van Court & Co. on
vitrified brlrlj, Jl.K a yard, and .T. E.
Riley on Colorado sandstone, $1.36 a yard.
Neatly printed copies of the rule of the
city council sitting as a court of Impeach
ment were presented to the members. The
rules were prepared by Assistant City At
torney Ed Cornish, CoHncllmen Saunders
Ten Years An
The following were elected Judsea of
the district court: Irving F. Baxter,
George F. Day, Lee H. Estelle. W. A.
tledlck, W. O. Sears, A. L. Button, A, C.
Troup, all republicans. The republican
ticket carried the county on nearly every
candidate, notable exceptions being the
olectlon of F. A. Broadwell, district court
clerk; John Power, sheriff: John C,
Drexel, county clerk. These were demo
Later returns showed that J, B. Barnes
had carried the state over J. J. 8ulllvan
for the supreme court by at least 10,000.
G. O. Wallace was elected president ot
the Ileal Estate exchange on the second
ballot, defeating W. It. Green and sue
ceedlng C. F. Hurrlson.
The wedding of Miss Stella T. Mercer
of Omaha and Dr. P. L. Ollllsple of Wy
more was solemnised at tho home of the
bride's uncle, Dr. 8. D. Mercer, by Bishop
Scannetl of the Catholic church.
Messrs. Frederick Warde and Louis
James and company produced "Alexander
the Great" at the Boyd theater.
City Prosecutor Thomas F. Lee sent a
case of- a dairyman 'violating the mills
ordinance to ,the district court, determined
to presecute all vlolatera of this law to
Game to the End.
The late Timothy D. Sullivan had a
great fondness for the Bowery boy, and
used to tell a story to Illustrate the
Bowery boy's garneness.
A newsboy" so he would begin 'lay
bedridden In the hospital. A friend ot his,
a bootblack, called.
" 'How be ye. Jlmmy7 said the visitor.
" I'm mighty sick,' groaned the news
boy. 'Mighty sick, I tell ye; I got to
lay on me bsck. The doc says If I turn
over on me side I'll kick the bucket.'
" 'Oh. rat!'
" 'That's wbt he says. If I turn on me
side I'll kick the bucket straight off.'
" 'I'll bet ye li ye won't. Try It and see.'
" 'I'll take that bet.' groaned the sick
"Wincing, he turned upon Ms side, and,
sure enough, It killed him" instantly.
"His friend, the bootblalt, laid 2 on
the small corpse's chest and departed sol
emnly on tiptoe." New York Press. '
Taklmc Xo Illsks.
"We all know," says William IL
Crane, the popular actor, "how suspi
cious human nature Is. Sometimes, when
a person is particularly so, It Is very
"I have a particular friend who Is a
prominent dentist In a western city, and
one day when I was In his office, a
woman came In to have several teoth
" 'I suppose. I ought to tako something
to deaden the pain, she said hesitatingly,
but I'm afraid of gas.'
"My friend Immediately rcaisurnl her,
and at the last he said:
" 'You will only be unconscious fur two
or three minute at the longest.'
"The woman took her pocketbook mil
and began to count her money.
" 'Never mind that now,' said the den
tist. 'You do not have to pay me until
"I wasn't going to .pay you,' ex
claimed the woman. t was going to
count my money.' " Llpplncott's Magazine.
JOLLIES FROM JUDGE.
IN THE OLD PASTURE.
The editor of the Appeal to Reason
would eolve tho social and industrial
problems of the country by "confis
cating the wealth-producing machin
ery of production."
Seemed Fair lo rot."
Hero is one that was handed out at a
recent banquet by Congressman Charles
H. Sloan of Nebraska, when the talk
drifted to the Irrepressible "Pot"
One day, so related the congressman, a
party named Pat wanted an empty bot
tle for somo particular purpose and ram
bled Into the nearest drug store.
"01 want an Imntv bottle." said he to
the proprietor ot the store. "How much
will It be?"
"If you want an empty bottle," re-
piled the proprietor, "It will cost you
5 cents, but if you want anything In Jt
you can have It for nothing."
"flhure, an' thot's fair," wan tho prompt
rejoinder of Pat. "Put a cork In It."
Philadelphia Telegraph. J
The Politi6al Game
People Talked About
rails it the "Appeal to Reason."
It is now suggested that tho city's
legal proceedings against the gas
company may be separated into two
parts first to determine whether the
That is why ho!franChlBe contract Is binding against
The New York City branch of the Justly
celebrated Ananias club Is overwhelmed
with new business these day.
Having chased away a band of porch
climber, residents of Hkunk's Misery,
Btaten Island, want a more cheerful name
to match their feelings. Most any other
name would sound sweeter.
Henry Carter Adams (University of
Michigan) and his family are In Londsn
on their way to Peking. He Is to teach
the Chinese railroad officials how to keep
accurate and uniform accounts.
The Carnegie Hero commission promise
to Institute a search for the "beautiful
Mexican maid" who "saved the Uvea of
twenty-seven Americans." A hero medal
la a fitting decoration for the bosom ot
a human Interest story.
Daniel Drawbaugh of Carlisle, Pa., ha
a clock made by his father, who was an
The progressive candldalo for gov
ernor of Massachusetts ha-i a record of
13 speeches so far -n tho campaign He's
Three wenen ixtu already byiI'cl as
candidate tor the city council of Chicago
next spring. If any political mud Is dis
bursed In that campaign tho men will
have to do It,
Three old time insp-vtors In tho plumb
ing bureau of Philadelphia liuve been
caught with the dimgh, all In marked
bills. They were bounsol from tno str
Vlce Instantly and then arrestai.
It Is difficult to please all urades ot
admirers. When Mr. ttryan sprung hi
grape JuIca Invlgorator the Anti-saloon
league applauded merrily. Now they are
criticising becauso hti cainpaiuned for a
"liquor candidate" In Maryland.
The mothers' pension law ot the state
ot Washington Is not proving a blessing
In disguise. The Seattle Post-Intelllgen-cer
report that It ha developed unex
pected greed a.M perjury on the part of
those who are not in tilled tu all but
strive to get It, whits a great tunny of
the worthy and neeiV slum It on ncioi.ut
of the publicity It brings. 'Twas vr thus,
"Bedlam broke looser U a mild and
an all too brief description ot the cam
paign Ju.it closed In New York City.
Mltchel and Sulzer aid Hennessy cracked
every Tammany head they met and
McCall, Murphy & Co. replied with au
tomatlo popguns. Carttall campaigning
was replaced by automobile campaign
ing and the speech limit woa smashed
every minute of every evening. Tho
muddy atmosphere was charged with ac
cusations, confessions and mud. "Liar"
was such a common expression that
local newspaper ceased to feature It.
"The same old BUI" vSulzer was ,the most
picturesque campaigner In the bunch,
and put over his martyrdom stunt In
flue shape. Mr. Sulzer went with him.
Now and then he called her to his side.
"No man can safely attack my wife,"
Suiter would dramatically exclaim. Then
the crowd screamed and searched for a
Tammany head to crack. It was great
stuff and It went In New York.
Wan la to ConTerl W'ooosler.
OVERTON, Neb., Nov. 3. To the Editor
of The Bee. In your issue of October 31
you published a letter from Charles
Wooster In which he Bets forth his Ideas
on the suffrage question. Having read a
number of his letters on religious sub
jects, I had Judged him to be more lib
eral than It seems he I.
Is It fair to Judge all women by one
class? Or la It fair to judge that class as
harshly as he Is doing; "Women aro
women the world over;" at- heart,- yes.
but wo must take Into account their en
vironment also. They are but Just
emerging from tho state of Irresponsi
bility In which they have been Immersed
for centuries, they cannot drop It off as
they would a garment. In a moment; they
must outgrow It, must grow Into some
Militancy cannot be recomnieuded, but
has it been altogether unprovoked on the
tart of tho English women; are they not
suffering from laws that dato back hun
dreds of years, to the .time when women
wero more beasts of burden, back to the
time when men would "shed their heart's
blood for ft lady's glove," but a husband
had a right to beat his wife If lie so de
sired, because she was his property the
same tut his horse or dog?
"The enfranchisement of women means
the disfranchisement' nd abasement of j
men." Why abasement? Are mon so
much superior to women' The stream If
not purer than Its source until It is i
filtered. Does he consider men nature's
filtered product? Besides. I do not think j
It would' mean disfranchisement of men.
The government is simply the larger j
l.cme, and the Ideal home Is budded on
equality. There must be no "preferred
The average woman Is a wife and
rr other; she Is also loyal. It Is also
characteristic of her to wish to see her
husband and sons men of prominence In
tho community In which they live. There.
foro. she will not do that Which will
abase them merely for her own aggrandisement.
Ho also forecasts they are admitted
to our legislative halls find some pet
measure of thelr's la defeated they will
r i sort to screeching, pulling hair and
the use of their ever ready hat pin.
Would such disorderly conduct be al
together new or novel? I believe I have
read of some very undignified exchanges
of Ink wells and law books and other
miscellaneous movable matter, to say
nothing of personal encounters between
some of our mate lawmakers and ad
vocates. True, a wife might tium her husband's
house down tf ho refused to buy her a
slit skirt, because by so doing she could
obtain a complete new wad robe of the
coveted garments. As for the admission
Into the United States of Mrs. Pankhurst,
that Is a matter of Individual opinion.
Think again and try another change of
heart Brother Wooster. You aro made
of pretty good timber, only yon are a
F. CATHARINE CLARK
"Wife explored my pockets last night "
"What did she find?"
"Mbteital for a lectur "
Frost What makes him so successful a
Snow He knows a had thing when he
Tommy What are the seats of the
Father The end ones.
Dayton I know the tango and the
turkey trot, but what's the St. Vitus'
Doyle It's the one you do with a
"Did you tell Charley that you loved
"Yes. I alidn t --m-t iu, but ho jtt
squeezed It out of me!"
"Men are .Inconsiderate things," ob
serves the .bride of a few months.
"You are not growing pessimistic al
ready r' smlln her friend. -
"Well, they are selfish. Yesterday
Harry had the cook bro for him "th-j
nice lamb chops I hail ord'j-eJ for my
It happened on a thr!i.'-fvnt car line.
The car was crowded. A nian got on,
evidently a foreigner. He liouuhl a
quarter's worth of tickets (eluht). The
conductor took one and hanifd hlui Iho
others. When the conductor iiams around
for fares agajn, the man rave lilin nn
tther. After little, 'mother call nnd
another ticket, until th ; were ;ill ono
"Py hlmmel," said the man, "I puy no
more tickets! I valk!" And he got off
Harriet Frwott Spofford In ribner s.
Old lilac dying together, sweetening-the
Wilding In wind and weather of half a
A rose hose blooms have sadly forgot
ten they onee were fair,
While a bird song gushing gladly is the
only sound one hears.
The weed grows rank In the hollow-ah,
many a bitter leaf! . ,
The seasons follow nnd follow with idle
suns and snows: -And
the lonely place Is haunted by
shades of an ancient grief.
And something of sorrow Js chanted on
every breez that blows.
Here on the stone slow sinking In tangles
o fenger grass.
Husband and wife, to my thinking, sat
sending their dreams afar,
Or folded close In the gloaming, It may
be. lover and lass,
Made them an end of roaming, and
kissed 'ntath the evening star.
Here tremora of love and longing, and
the laughter close on tears.
Sweet hopes nnd strange ones throng
ing, and the sacrament of birth,
Here children with one another played,
guarded by tender fears.
To her baby sang the mother the sweet
est songs of earth.
A doorstone long forsaken, a lilac thicket,
. a flower.
And the dewy dawns that waken In the
blue and boundless dome,
And the mighty stars dark wheeling with
wide. Indifferent power.
And u tristful wanderer feeling the life
and lapse of home.
Thm Bmst Foodi-Brink Lunch at Fmmtminm
why they went back on the promise jflrBt ,aco DeCRU86 dec,B,on aaV6r,0
rate reductions', and second, It not,
BMMMMBiH A I I14W WJ t MktltTI IfllW (VI
. ... , . , . iwuewier mo yrupuscu rum m i covu- iectncal Inventor, which ha ben run-
The one thing our Water boarders .., Hnrntlon of thaao two nrouo. nine contlnuouilv lne some tlm. In th
carefully fight shy ot Is to explain B,tlong j8 wnat Tha Beo urged In tho ,eo without winding. The pendulum
weisni rorty-nve pouna ana is Kept mov
ing by an electro-magnet operated by an
Th deer hunting season In th Adiron
dack region was marked on Saturday by
the killing of two of the most experienced
hunting and fishing guide In the north
wood. They were shot In mistake for
titer by hunting parties which they wer
guiding. Were la the usual keen regret,
but the guide are dead.
The prince of Monaco say that
the thing that Impressed him most In th
repeatedly made "on their sacred
word of honor" to abolish the old
"robber" rates immediately, if not
Kx-OoTeruor Hadley may have re
fused, that 25,000 because he dtd
not want to live in Chicago, but more
likely to keep himself in line for po
litical preferment, for which employ
ment by a great corporation might
make him ineligible.
A member of the Madero family,
now a student in a neighboring unl
rsnlty, discussing Mexican affairs in
dulges the incidental remark that
there are a million Mexicans In the
Jnited States. Just to keep the rec
, ord straight, let It be noted that, ac
cording to our 1910 census, only 221.
000 pereons of Mexican birth, includ
ing cb, women and children, were
cuatety the enumerators.
to tho city on theiflrst point may
make deoston on the second unneces
sary, in which event all the money
spent on experts and special valua
tions will have been practically
The old Grand Island convention
and Mr. Bryan's bolt of Mayor
"Jim's" nomination for governor
bobs up again in the wet and dr
fight in Maryland. In that notable
campaign Mr. Bryan set an illustri
ous example for democrats to tight
the ticket whenever it doesn't suit
Around the Cities
Fourteen thousand pupils crowd the
night school of Buffalo.
Omaha' tornado relief fund amounted
to tfOf.000 and even' dollar went where It
did the most good.
Forty octogenarians recently attended a
banquet In Btroudtburg, Pa.. In honor of
Mlcajah Weiss, aged 111
Philadelphia surgeon have successfully
opened the kiUl of a boy and removed
a blood clot from his brain.
Work of building a three-track trolley
line between Buffalo and Niagara Falls
is to be started next spring.
Brooklyn points with pride to J. H.
Dowlliur. aged 77, a postman who has been
In tha ervtc forty-two year.
Cincinnati talk ot erecting a building
In which to house a permanent exhibit
of tha city's manufactured ware.
St- Louis business center streets hav
vrftt I fha tinlvrl desire far lenrntnir
pn the part ot all claa.e. Had thabn nrked with traffic line done In
prince tarried In Omaha long onough tolh P,nt order ot tn tret com'
see the water hoard in action, doubtlesa """
he would have noted an exception to' Arch 8treet Methodist church. Phlla
the rule. i delph'a, la likely to be soon demolished
A reorU.ntatlva of the B.hrian govern- i to w"-' for skyscraper hotel to
.. . -. ment who I studying agricultural condl- cosl M.OW.O0O.
u nas ueen man ears since toni ln tn)i C0Untry take WUconsin an ! Madison, WK, derives revenues of over
United States bonds of any kind were: a typical midwest farming state and say Ji.000,000 a year from University ot Wis
hawked around below par. To bring the land I being merely scratched there, consln student. There are about 6.009
them ud to face valua out of tho " u thing a real farming being car- 1 regular seas.oners.
elouEh following tho civil war was on' B,,um PPorts population Bait Lake City report th auto an
aiougn rouowing tno ctwi war was,of 7MW on ftn of nUk) quaiVim)t0P crowdlnr horaea out of business.
one of the Stupendous achievement jnttea. It Wisconsin did a well It coulJiln. wagona are the only vehicle stlck
ot the republican party. , j support a population of SAO.Ma, Jtng to hen power,
Here and There
A new hotel for tourists Is planned for
Twenty-five years ago Argentina had
to Import Its flour. Today It sells wheat
to the world, the annual harvest value
amounting to more than (500,000,000.
Tha export of chemical products from
Germany during the first half of 191.1
amounted In value to .1114,991,000, as
against 9I,B4S,000 for the corresponding
month of 1912.
The government of Canada ha appro
priated tlO.000,000 to cover a period of ten
year, beginning with the year ending
March 31, 1911, for Instruction and re
search In agriculture.
The Times of Ceylon has been Investi
gating tho possibility of Ceylon being
able to profitably produce raw ramie fiber
for supplying the. ramie mills of the
United States and Europe.
It Is announced that $400,000 to $300,090
will be expended by the British Portland
Cement Manufacturers (Ltd.) ot London
In developing limestone and basalt quar
ries at Magheramorne, County Antrim,
An unpatriotic Jury In Missouri, un-
rcs&onslvo to state pride, awarded dam
ages to a man who wa kicked In th
shin by a native mule. Your true-blue
Mtssourian regard the Imprint ot a mule
shoe on hi anatomy as a' badge of honor.
Wherefore there are tears for the waning
patriotism of the state.
GENUINE riWnlUltUf 9
Avokt Imitations Tako No Substitute
Rich Milk, malted grain, in powder form. More healthful than tea 01 coffee.
Forinfants,tnvalids and growing children. Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Puienum'tkm,upbuJdingthewholebody. Keep it on your sideboard at home
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. A quick lunch prepared, in a minute-
Low Rates South
November 4 -Jid 18, December 2 and 16
Sanford . . .
OrhMaa . . . .
Tampa . . .
Peasseeta . . .
MsriMaa . . .
SL Aacttsliae, .Ha.
Ft Lsaserdale "
CabMi . .
Fort Kysra . . M
la? Misotta . Ma.
Psaama City . Fla.
Proportionately Lota Rat to Many Other Pointt in
Alabama, Florida, GeorgiaTennessee and Mississippi
Liberal Retara Limit aad Stop-Over Privileges (354)
Ft. C WALL1S, D. P. A St. Levis
P. W. MORROW, N. W. P. A., Chicago ..-$
loulnll ec rtasaYiue n.n. ..wawSSS
Free . Fro .
Fla. S33.6S S2&56
" 44.95 38J0
, " 3OL50 3L45
l - 31.75 25
Miss. 31.25 22.00
" 3L2S 22.00
Ma. 28.75 2040
" 29.85 20-85
Odd Bits of Life
. iiAimi. nnv n rz KBnnsHB
A Chicago chicken thief was caught
with the goods on him three pullet hid.
den In the hole In his cork leg.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel llalderman of
Sterling, ID., recently celebrated their
seventy-fifth wedding anniversary. The
bride Is 94 and the groom 93.
Charles Roberts of Tulsa, Ok!., claims
to have the largest family In the coun
try, if not In the world. He has been
married several times and has fifty-one
Thomas Perry of Laeonla, Jf. IX., has
grown a sugar pumpkin vine which
climbs thirty-seven feet up th side ot
an old elm tree and has twenty-one sugar
pumpkins growing from the vine.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mulltken ot East
Orangs, X J., and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
ljird of Wichita, Kan., who were mar
ried on the same night, celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary and ex
Volo Welt, aged If. fell off a tree
while picking chestnuts at Mount Carmel,
Pa., and broke his nose. A year ago he
met with' a similar accident and had a
crooked', nose since then. The recent fall
will result in the member being straight
ened out once more.
Henry A. Brewster of Plttatield. Mail.,
while looking In his attlo found an old
base .ball bat used not later than 1870 by
two of hi brother when thy were mem
ber ot the PlttsfleJd base ball team. Th
bat ha been presented to the local team
and will be used by them, as It 1 still tn
The statement that Mis Annie E. Mer
rill of Plttston. Me., has raised the tallest
geranium in the country 1 disputed by
Dr. W. II. Albright of Bellevue, O., who
I exhibiting one geranium eighty-four
inches tn height and another which 1
lx inches high. Nelthsr is of the climb.
Ing variety. Miss Merrill' geranium was
fifty-four Inches high when reported.
Cuts that print
There Is often all tha difference la the world between
a cut that shows up well In the engraver's proof and one
that shows up well when It Is printed. Cuts mado for a
newspaper have to be made so that they will give good
results under the most adverse conditions. For that rea
son, a newspaper engraving plant produces cuts that the
ordinary printer can uso and get good results.
If you have somo engraving to be done, send us tho
work and compare both the results and the prices with that
ot ordinary engraving plants.
Bte Engraving Department
Be Building, Omaha
Drs. Mach 8c Mach
The Isrgest and best equipped dental
office In Orasha. Experts In charge ot
all work, moderate prices. Porcelain
fillings Just like the tooth. All Instru
ment sterilized after using.
Id Tloos Paxton Block, Omasa, Vb,
Powered by Open ONI