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Dwlght Williams, circulation manager
cf The Beo Publishing company, being
duly sworn, says that the average dally
circulation for the month ot Iiebruary,
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fafcacrlfcera leaving; tho city
temporarily should hV The Bee
ale to (hem. Address -will bo
chanced a often, as reaoested.
Vole early, If Election Conimla
tJoncr Moorheadovltl let you.
How About Governor Colquitt for
expert adviser to the secretary ot
If "General" Kelley over gets his
3914 army this far he will be on
familiar stamping ground.
But if those California hobbe.i
:wented work they would not be
thinking of tramping acrosn the con
Perhaps the. Auditorium company
BigQ mado a mistake In not employ'
Ins the same -lawyer that tho Wator
Now, if anybody has td bo killed
id a duel between' a professional bad
nun and police officers, it had bettor
be the bad man.
After all, development of the
country is the main thing in any ra
tlonal plan of conservation of natural
resources. That was tho permeating
principle of tho plan urged by the
last republican administration. It Is
gratifying now to those who believed
In the sanity of tho principle to note
its adoption by tho present adminis
Bills have been introduced in
house and senate simultaneously ns
the result of agreements between the
secretary of the interior, represent
ing tho president and tho congres
sional public lands committees, pro
posing to make available for imme
diate development "treasures in coal,
oil, phosphate and potash deposits."
According to administration circles,
these bills provide for the leasing
of public lands under restrictions to
guard against monopoly and to in
Now, It Is interesting to note how
even tho very verbiage of this plan
corresponds to the Taft idea so often
advanced during his administration
In his famous conservation speech at
Tacoma September 2, lf09, Presi
dent Taft said in concluding the out
line of his plan;
Fourth, to the disposition of coal, oil
and phosphate lands owned by the gov
I aTkDayln Omaha
commit rsox an nits
rrau tif.k. mrATT.A. TTTCSDAY. MARCH 10. 1914.
JL W JUAJMt V .y 1 j -
Twioe Told Tales
Thirty Years Ago
Custodian John Campbell of the federal
building has been notified by the secre
tary of the treasury because of Insuffi
cient appropriation there wilt be nol,e,ch.r
money to pay xor gas, eiecinc tigui or So he begani Bnd
By advice of Attorneys Orpff and Mont
gomery the speolal school ooarl com
mittee consisting of Henry Wvesey, .
K. Copeland" and "W. I'arker report that
wholesale Uquor dealers should lie com
pelled to take out licenses, but that no
back license money can be collected.
The remains of the late Bishop Clark-
son will bo burled In Trinity cathedral
churchyard on Thursday.
J. n. Carroll, formerly of Buffalo, N.
Y., has secured a place in the Union Ta-
clflo auditor s office. lie Is remembered
aa having played left field for the Pott
llurona last season and has been induecd
by Manager Lord to come here and play
in tho Omaha nine.
B. 8, Barker of Niagara Falls, connec
ted with the Wagnor Sleeping Car com
pany, is the guest of J. M. Williams.
Barry and Fay, the Inimitable Irish
comedians, opened at Boyd's in an Irish
comedy entitled, "Irish Aristocracy."
Tho plans of Dufrene & Mendelsohn
have been accepted for the new school
house to bo erected on Thirteenth end
Douglas, the other competing architects
He Fonnit lllm,
Insa class ot twelve boys, one ot them
hail broken a school rule, but none of
them would own up to being guilty or
tell on the one thoy knew had committed
"I will thraih every boy In the elass
until I find the offenderl" announced tho
had whipped eleven
of them. When he reached the last boy
he said: "Now, If you will tell mo who
did this I won't thrash you."
"All right, air," was tho quick answer,
"I did lt."-Natlonal Monthly.
emment with such restrictions as will ana -uerson.
Z!u for nrlvato coronrr'a jury In the Nugent In
ZXZvZ -t prevent onop,ly numj.
and extortion in the .le of tho product. "J.10"' ?"LATJf' B 8' Martln' E1
IlanDllr. thoro is a better prospect '
of doing something along this lino Twenty Vears Ago-
now than there was when so many aaSS tiSSLriS
eolflshly interested elomonts were wern f ,etticment of the noss-
busily bofogglng the lssuo with falso Ungcr rate war In the west; that the
Union Taclflo and Santa Fe had already
Senator Tillman rashly declared some
time ago that the frying of chicken was
a lost art in Washington, and ever alnce
that day he has been deluged with
Washington fried chicken by parcel pot-
He had no Idea that Washington house
wives wore so sensitive.
"I am now converted," he said re
cently, "I now admit that Washington
fried chicken la superb. But stilt every
mall brings mo more and more pullets
and capons and yearlings. My case Is
as hopeless as the commuter's.
"A commuter was in a dreadful wreck.
The collision had been head-on, four
coaches wero telescoped, flames burst
forth, the shrieks and groans ot tho
dying mingled with the hiss ot escaping
oteam and the roar ot tho fire,
"Tho commuter, black as coal, was
dragged out by tho feet from under a
mound of charred and mangled corpses.
"A physician bent over him anxiously.
" 'Are you hurt?' ho asked.
"'Hurt? Me. Of course I ain't hurt!
LINES TO A SMILE.
"T Am ihlnklnc of taurine In BOUIIt
I Africa next season." remarked the com-
cdn-. . . .. ....
TaKo my advice, ana aon i. repiica
lh villain. "An ostrich ece weighs from
I two to three pounds." London Tlt-Blts.
i there who stares at me so mUohT' hi
drawled. . .. .
"Oh. that's Pror. jenKini. sno rriiiru,
tho famous expert on insanity. Co
.-...-I- .m Vi. mlotroxs to a fa
vorlic colored maid, "when's your birth-
Settlement Worker I don't see how you
can afford to wear ostrich feathers.
Mag-I get H a week.
Settlement Worker Well. J'ou shouldn't
plume yourself on that. Judge.
"Slack makes me think ot an electric
"Ho won't accomplish anything unless
The Socialist Answer.
OMAHA, March .-To the Editor ot
Tho Bee; Mr. Wattle, in a signed state
ment to the voters, declares that the
street railway company will not take any
part in the pending election, except to
make 'a plain and truthful statement.
He then proceeds to tell about their
heavy expenses and even has the nerve ne-s pushed." Boston Transcript.
to talk about the extensions that they I
, , . . . . i "wnit i tun matter. mnieT
m o pronusca nor me .cu MeB- Ho ha, frfed
out nave never maae. i another.
Thi fttran.hnneora tiv. hirn nctltlonlntr I "f Inntmlne In a nllchtlv different way.
and begging for these extensions ! fJ2M' rcnectueiy.
they are Ured and have now thrown down "Ho married me."-LouIsVlllc Courier
tho gauntlet and propose to fight. I journal.
Tt. a . A tk. l.nniisMsti I
"c i" i ..am.,1.. I milt. hlnw.
clubs endorsing bis watered stock out at y0UP hougo tn0 othr nBnt. Was
schemes, but forgets to mention the fact I it your daughter's party on the occasion
.. .i .v.. . ii..i.. ih. lar hir chum' visit? '
-.7:.1 7. ":u"F"l, ' V'Z "' "'A "No: it was my safe on the occasion
nui ,iuuub of a burglar's call."-BnUimorc American,
clubs meet, signed the seven fares tor a I .
quarter petitions. ' I Odd that an elephant can trumpet
. . ..... ... . I when It Iman't Miv horn.
r. wauiea coowuaes wjm tne tnreai- Qdd Vhit the hands of a clock may bo
cning statement mat nis company win i behind time, though they are always in
not raise wages or make extensions is I front,
compelled to sell seven tickets for a
I wish to remind Mr. Wattles that the
Odd. too. that wn alwavs see the night
fall before any stars begin to shoot.
"Ma burioay, missis i
I aln got no
"Why. Inrla. of coui so you h'Ve ,
birthday. Everybody 'has i a, Wrthday.
"X aln' got no burfday." Insisted thj
m.m ) had ho burfday. I wa
.i.uiw. . . .... 1 1 1 Am.Hran.
bohn In ao nignt- uaiuii.u .....v..
SONQ OF A CRACKED VOICE.
Vn., rpnllrd hla daughter.
"An' he hasn't proposed yet7"
Well. I s'poso tins watcniui wait n
m. ihr.at ,, l m.nv other "That young man has oeen caii.ng ncro
.... . . Jo t,me," sola f armer wormosssi.
tho people became tired ot hanging onto
straps in order that the company might
declare dividends on millions of watered I ponCy s an right. But It Is kind o' tryln'
ntock. JOHN C. CHAMK, ion the patience.' wastunsio" ami.
state secretary or. tne ssociaimi v!,t jflf.k the thlrti-.thlrd dc
. T. . isreo last night.
Art Factor In Civic Proorrcss. I nnn-An von n. Mason?
nxtAir Moroh oTo the iMltor of I TTinra No: but that's the frceclng point,
The Bee: Tho following should be an Isn't lt7-Cnicao Journal,
I never nm! I can't bo! I carry an ac- encouragement for the Flno Arts society Tne bor,d youth turned to his dinner
ciaent insurance policy wosnington "Who Is that strange looking man over
In a eovernment document en-
.'j Wallace Insim
t was voung and
Wa?S?5&andadrventMr was prank-
Who lusUer at passes with glasses-and
How plcwiant was the look ot 'em as I
came Jaunting by! -
(Cut now tl..rv' t.or,o to sgh at mi
as I come creaking by.)
Then Pegasus went loping 'twlxt hoping
A .aohVln' wery dtcky-blrd. a scent in
WhatVnrwonsS'for lovelorn glances,, ro
mances and dances. .,
Ami how the spirit ot the waits went
thrilling to my toes!
(Egad, It's now a gouty pang gees
thrilling through my toes!)
Was I that lover frantic, romantic and
Whonlfound tho lute In Molly'a voice,
i. kntisH in Vir tVfH.
f Who, madder than a hatUr, talKed pat
ten .o maiicr. .... . v .
Call not that little, youthful ghost, but
leave It where it lies! -(Dcnr,
dear, how riany winter enow
have drifted where she lies:)
But now I'm old and humble, why mum
ble and grumble ......
At all tho posy-linked r.out that hurrtfS
laughing by? :
Framed Itt my gold-rimmed glasses each
lass In who passes,
And youth Is still a-twtnkling in tho
corner of my eye. .....
tlfow strange you cannot see It In tho
comer of my eye!)
or incidental argument.
iiii.J si a a -rA.. s i iM-nt Tfsin,
a w . 1 llLlfU Ail XdJUVUVlUli ait iiuii4vauv
ir. fii.v.n. h 1. 11..,., tor In Industrial Development." rrof. Hal-
entered Into negotiations toward that end, woman, professed great admiration for 8ey lv"' the worl fam0U8 art director,
Yii(if.u a -i . . . l . - . ... I writ
m i iiiiaiii ja luiuiHr. minunr in inn new im itwnn'a noat nai vnrbs i
GOOd W permanency. . v.,:.." " Z "7" Tho wh hava had any exoerlecnc in
The plan to niaka the Mondelssohn ' XT Z B ckins 1m the . . . m . S !H55.5- ? .SLi.Stf
Choir a Permanent Omana insutu-lends of business for tho opening of tho I "urt,. -ov. .kn.. v,irr,v ..ulthe ariruments broueht ut against at-
lion Is a good one, and with such a season. Managrr Bourko was greeted by lha calr, ,tf?5.Sh0.Jt&'
. ... . t i t. I mnnv nin rnrnns. nnn if now iiim whn i . . i v ....... . .
reprcsenifttivo personnel oonina u, - ; yA 7"" " , i-ercnance. was me repiy.
nrfnt.hldlv will succeed. Leading r 7" "V."" "r: " ! v'..v "What a singular name for an anlraai:
You Can Buy
the new Encyclopaedia Britannica now for a low price and on
small monthly" payments. If you postpone the purchase you
will have to pay more, and you can then buy only for cash m full.
Send your inquiry now, using the attached inquiry form.
Byron's dog," she !
It U conclusively established that
reeltUutce ti arrest, when Omana
Ptice fileers arevon the trail,
jvsither rYi'or sate.
A Chick seltlst kta&lyj rime
over NsCMfi.l) JyCT Juon the
secret W vfk toesgffHs. wjrty1. All
amall raVetliaBhiUll .received. -
It is Up to tho would-be congress
man t reciprocate with a panegyric
picture postal about tho othor mem
ber o this Damon and Pythias polit
umoa.y w uu. 0n,ht Western league dub, and also MtZi iiar7
men in tno DUSinesa ana proiessiouai manager of the Grand Island club back ,.t namA um n.
HfO.OI tlio city navo not uniy m Among uio notaDio oaii pjayers explained. "Don't you remember the Una
scribed a fund to guarantee tne a& fwr """"""" "' where the poet says. 'Perchance my dog
nual Concerts in Omaha, but leut u"c, 1 ' " ' will howl'? "-NaUonal Monthly.
tneir support niso to mo vruj.uw w and Wln Campj BUlj. HoKer tho
placing tho organization upon sucn pitcher; Jimmy Martin, catcher! Senator
a firm footing sb to enablo it in tho Abbatlchlo; Pitcher Cobb and many
near future to undertake, .tours of others, rtourke expressed confidence in
. ... his new team for Omaha,
pther cities. Oovernor Iorenro Crounse left for Chl-
Cortalnly Omaha could wall Afford cag0( to b0 Bono aovero, ahy,4
to bo represented anywbore by this The Jacksonlan club for the first tlmo
groat Choral body, unsurpassed In its met In Its new quarter. In the Patterson t provl.lim'for ,helt8'r for t!lC IZYbS great "caWaSplished
Character in tho country. Tho plan ock, Seventeenth and l-arnamstreeta. , d t consI(jerftD,e pcp. to the general advancement oftha city.
.. ma The executive committee reported favor- w.. "Sthm v4rv fK. M put of all proportion ,to the cost of the
now on iuui miuu.u uUV . . aMy 6n thel)0 n1ne no raemueri. a. J.
to the point of aQtlpn and mako tho Popp)eton( John a. crclghton. Jamea H.
success ot tho project absolute. Woolworth, IS. A. Cudahy, Oeorge W.
Lot tho good 'peoplo who have Doane, B. B. Wood, A. 8. Plotter, K.
dono so will in making Omaha a Wakeley, Thomas Kllpatrlck. E. L.
. ....'.-,., ..h.. Btono, Dr. J. T. Di ryea, Qeofgo. fl, Prlt-.
great wttunn.i elicit, Homer P. Lewis. Albert Wat
feeling of inertia, the best anUdote to
which la eimnlv a persistent Pegging
away. We are told, for example, when v
propose some progressive stD for the
advancement oi a city In art. that tlio
people of our particular municipality aie
aitierent irom tne peopio oi owcr ciuea
cold toward art, or too mucn engrossed
with Innumerable other activities and
cannot do overytmng at once." or any
thing "at nresent" and that the masses
ot qur peopio are not far enough ad
vanced to warrant our taking up the
work with the same spirit displayed else
where. Theao and Ue remarxa arc
freely offered by those who feel that
their rae Is belne disturbed: yet If v
rtew iorK wonai ine irouoie maKers i wnric on lnaomuaoiy tor consiruciive. i
of tho Industrial Workers of tho WorM Permanent results with the We spn-it of
, ., ,, .... i the builder, we always find evidence tnat
can hardly allege any necessity for In- 6Ur neoDla are not lacking In appreciation
when at tho very time tho foolish raids
wero ordered there were more than 1,0
unused beds at the city's free lodging
Chicago Tribune; Young Mr. Tannen-
baum's strategy had a touch of genius.
Under his guidance the sturdy horde as-
equally to its upbulldlHg as a center Uy. Shoemaker called up a resoluUonho sumed the position of a creditor class
f art n nil culture. Offered ttt "thd lost meeting. Commanding ana cnl OT1 onecung. ino unempioy
I .line unnea mates senate, on pain ot
The press agents organising that
veteran4' cowboys' union announce
that It Is not to bo k profit-bearing
enterprise. As Jim would say, "Tell
It to the marines."
The Beo has a notion that It had
something to do with writing terml
Hal 'taji, direct primary, 2-cent faro,
nti9s and other reform laws on
the Nebraska statute books, itself.
Pxesldnt WJlson hopes that tho Pan
ama canal wll open la an era ot good
Why shouldn't It. It the United
states meekly Bubmlts to tho do
TV&na et England and all tho. rest?
Then, as wo understand It, if wo
back up on this canal toll matter
nd do just as England asks, alio
will bestow-her benediction, of, peaco
and good. will, .with that ot all Eu
rppe, upon us.
If tho Wilson administration bad
not been in such a hurry to pass the
currency bill putting the new bank
ing system in operation, this heltor
akeltar haste to name the reaervo
cities would not be so noticeable.
work, when the results are impartially
pnmnnrpd with what of real value is ac
complished through expenditure of tlmo
anu money in different fields. There is
no justification for a negative attitude
on the part ot thoeo able to assist In this
work, but If people will persist In It wo
should not billow them to Influence us in
any way. The work may bo advanced by
wlso action and It may bo retarded by
the unwillingness oi passive oosirucuotir
lit, but opposing influences are doomc-i
to do inrust asiae. x. n..
The Figures Are Correct.
OMAHA, March 8,-To tho Editor of
Tho Bee: I wish to state tor the infor
mation of the public that the figures
given by the ClUiens' y.uditorium com
mittee In a small circular are practically
correct figures. The donations and sub
scriptions to stock, the sale of souvenir I
bricks, tho expense ot the first four years
ot the company, the loss on the guessing
contest, tho amount of cash collected on
subscriptions, tho actual coat of tha
n , . . . . m. . . . ... I
On Pain Ollu' were not bupimiuiud. xmy nuw:i
,,r i. it.- TJM. 1 eternal jaoksoBiaa animosity, to pass tne mwr ngnw. -ii. wero iu wor. n
. . .. 7 ,.i . . . . Wilson tariff bill without further ado or whs to bo for a minimum wago of J u.
. .When at BeglHBiHg oi weaver . . amendments of its own. Tho day and an eight-hour maximum. If
Chicago found itself swampqd with I resolution wai adopted with a whoop and J they were not to work they . wero to be
idle Men. to the eatlmated number of forivarded fo Washington. supported.
. .n nnn i. ..im.iliMlU I . tfpnngiieio iiepuoncan: wnn iwo
AOV(uvv, w n,B v-,- , ars Aeo churches already Invaded durini; tho serv.
to provide work and reuei lor aa 1Uy Miller,, son ot.ltomo Miller, and ices, tho Industrial Workers of the World
many as possible. At tho reojuest of A. W. Dunn of COra, Wyo arrived in leaders In New Tork have scored pretty
tho now federal 'commission on in- tow" n! Put up ttt th6 1,cr nd, of heavily In tuning up tho town to concert
. . ., .... n..i. i Kmtn jMjuio mici- mi mi? yiuyiuiiui. i pitcn regaroinK mo unemployment proa-
auBtnai reiai.oua, """""" Carroll 0. Pearso left, for Milwaukee hem. No church Is now regarded as safe
lngtoa a summary ot the presont sit- the offer of city superintendent pt schools, hold of the "go-to-church Sunday" idea on(led debt of th6 oorapany tho amount
uatlon,. Which shows 45,017 ns the " hl,n8d' " ",m8d' ,on " the Industrial Workers ol :tho World folks of 8lock ouUUnolnc nd the floftting
ployed, distributed as follows: a year. Just before starting ho got word tho land. They can evidently adapt their nllH .,,, MPu VM hv BllMi
nesldents of the city 32,2X1 that Mayor Hose had vetoed tho board's tactics to all seasons and temporatures rr, no.tinir, dht. uu. h nr
Skilled workmen 12.W advance in the salary, but ho still felt and localities. any other coins? concern, varies from
foreigners , .-i nweim. Philadelphia Ttecord: If any churchoj month to month, but even at the present
Those honestly seeking work. 3.813 Mrs. Teresa McDonald, S3 years ot age, I desire to entertain Industrial Workers of writing the figures covsrin tho tloatlns
inoso wno comu n-ji. mu ouu juU... iuicu ai mo noino of ner sister. Mrs. the World they must comply with tho debt are substantially correct,
Tno two mOBl encouroBinB aopecin jea.io noover. io staple street. conditions that have been clearly formu- J. M. Olt.TN.
thUB offered; aro that most of tho -'uu or aarK blue smoke, wero curling hated. Whatever is given will bo taken Secretary and Manager Omaha Audlto
wr .nrlona to work and that up over u, ,oc" f"ocrauo camps, to due to them by tho Industrial Work- rlum.
,7 r , .... - n. Wftr ws on xa t" nut between the cry- erK, who will not accept charity. Tho
work could be found for most Of Uns and anti-Uryans. Tho Peerless Leader COffe and solid food must bo of suffi.
thorn. Tho unemployed problem as- mmseir was siatcd to iook after his own dent quantity and satisfactory quality
auracs a cullarly irritating form ,nioreM' wnu :eB "eraman was in and served prompUy, and the Industrial
t.nn n invAlvan nn mnnv Idle men P""""" "," iMie. mo Pur I workers win go to sleep when they please
when it unoives bo man laie men, of th .. . . . . .ui .. ..
. I - BhllU MOL ALM nilCIl IIICJ SIIVD IU, lllUIVillCB
somo now harassing ew tlon from Nebraska to the naUonal con- ttna hotels not, complying with these con
n moro bent on raising the yentlon at Bt. IajuIs ond overthrow Wll. onions will not bo favored by visits-
Told in Figures
devil than finding work; who har
bor the craey notion that aocloty la
their debtor instead ot creditor when
It comes to the mattor ot providing
livelihood. They put themselves out
of rahgo of perceiving that society
owes no man a living, but offers one
Nevertheless all ot the big economic
loss Involved in such a situation
I lam Jennings Bryan.
peaceful vlslts-by tho Industrial Work
People and Events
Cheer upl The government Isn't going
to tell how little of the income tax sou
living up to Hohensollern tradition, the
uerman crown prince is now a trades-
During the last year one aviator was
killed for every 6S.C60 miles flown.
.In thtro were 332.831 foreigners ad
mitted to the United States who were I
According to figures published by tho)
Monetary Times of Toronto, the sum
total ot American Investments In Canada
was tiS9.9O4.O0O in ISM. as compared with)
Honorable William Sulser Is said to be 1117,143.000 In 1911 and T79,075.00a in 1900.
ureu oi ais low orow jou as assemoiy- rhtten ,av, th wnrwfen trv In whlrh
man and plana to break Into congress DUt(CP lg weighed cost the consumers of
again or go into retirement, it tne voters country J5.000.00J a year. Maybe Chl-
ma ocuue. I..-- .hi.!, it i. nar nf h. .n-
Montana has the purity of elections re- suroer to pay for the wooden trays, but
Out-in-therstate papers unhesi
tatingly applaud The Bee's demand
for & clean-up of blackmailers and
crooked lawyers operating In this
neck o woods. Our local contem
porarles, however, seem to bp trying
to shield tho crooks with the cover
of silent sympathy.
la not chargeable to the unemployed ha.vln adopted the handicraft of a
I . .- "V. ..........
man aione, mausiry must uear us juvnr ltiuininh nisnk.nKnr. V tm.ii duced to a oolnt that women oolltlclans ml.t n.v . fh.rr, nr.,1 k.
Bharo of the responsibility. SO that Uelphla shoveled lto yards of snow two I cannot give tea parties to promote the producer won't.
wnat we really neea most to discover I eei tnicK alter tno late bllssard. That's I interest or any canaiaato witnout getting , ...i f nnrt. -,m n.rmsnv t
is tho remedy for prevention more oln "ora for a Tutr- lnto trouble with the law. That's going the Upltod sutM durlns thfl ca,cndar
than cure. A land Of boundless ro- u"1 i;"on, Progressive candidate for ",B"' j-ear WU, as declared at the twenty-three
Roureea should hava no auch thlnir I i . .1' Mntor Promises, If elected, A sharp tip on the probability of being American consulate and their fourteen
sources snouia nave no BUcn thing to tho eyes out 0f itx(L hl C08t of expe,,ed twm congress spurred Mayor dependent agencies In the emplra
ns an acute unemployment problem. Ivllng. Heard that before? Curry ot Boston to forward his reslgna- .,mt-i to tisastisaa. eomnared with
ino tower nouse or tne Eouth African I turn as representative.
Presumably, the only thing that
will satisfy him Is for us to vote
1500.000 in bonds and turn the pro
ceeds oyer to th6 Water bpard with
prayerful request that it build us
the kind pf an auditorium we ought
to have on some site conveniently
connected with the water plant and
operate it for us aa a water works
it is announced .with a blazonry
of horns that our vigilant election
inspectors have found- some people
registered in the Third ward who are
no longer at the addresses given. If
they will look close, perhaps they
can find some voters . registered
from other wards, even from, the
''silk-stoeVlng" districts, who have
' moved about or away since they
wefe last Oertlllonedtmeasured. Us
er he sett elections In every voting
Pernicious Peanut Politics.
The taxpayors ot Nebraska, who
maintain the normal schools along
with the othor publto Institutions,
have borne all too patiently with tho
pernicious peanut politics played by
the clique In charge of the Normal
School board, They stood by and
saw Dr. Thomas, an able educator,
ousted from the superintendency of
the Kearney normal, where he bad
achieved marked success for the
stato, and now they am witnessing
some peanut persecution ot him.
It was freely predicted when the
politicians were put In command ot
the normal board what might be ex
pected, and the expectations have
not miscarried,. If any department
In the state government should bo
free from the taint ot petty wire
pulling it Is the normal schools.
union rejected woman's suffrage by at salaries while working on one job la too
Drawing two ji90,0l.Kl in I9U.
A recent directory census gives Cai-
T vl. . . 1 " nougn toirausn ot a s mo Pipine fiary population of W.000, This census
1u.a cui jwoats mm ovwi The ruling oy tno election commis- annrniinnti correct, for the inst
sion oi Wisconsin tnat it is a violation .chool census shows over 18.00'. Tho
Mrs. Levlna noth ot Heybeitsvllle. Pa., of the corrupt practice act to solicit con- number of Americana in Calgary Is eall-
Is a woman or so now, but reads without 1 trmutions tor cnantaDio ana religious mated to be between 15.000 and 20.000.' In
purposes from candidates may cause ,M4 the oooulatlon ot Calgary was 10.MS.
ovoryDoay to run xor omce in seit-dc- .... ,, nf tM hnhi-. i -sW York
"specs" and steadfastly refuses to live
with any of her married children, pre
ferring to keep house all by herselt.
At a masquerade party In St. Louts Miss
Mabel Weaver won first prize, part of
her costume being a hat four and u half
feet In diameter and weighing five pounds.
She wore It on the street car going hpme
and monopolised three seats.
William 8. Bennet. chief of police of
Neptune City, N. J., Is also superinten
dent of streets, health Inspector, truant
officer, license collector and janitor of
City have been saved In the last seven
A rosoluUon providing for the amend- vsrs by cooperating public and private
ment of the New Jersey constitution, so (v. afore aseoclaUons. according to the
that women can vote, has been passed by,eventh annual report of the New York
the legislature or mat state. Now all mlllt committee, made public today. The
that remains to be done is to have tho report shows that 0,000i babies were born
same resolution passea ny me next iegis- . New York In the last seven years.
latnr ana tnen to suDmit it in tne voters
of the state. The Ilgnt has just begun! itestoratlon of dense
As a contribution to the uplift In Phlla- St. Louis Ttepubllc
sense will ap-
the borouah hall For all the wori wlPh" Klfl.lature of Pennsylvania. Old-fashioned common
relv. a LnVhlv f 1 r Uw a mu- plaud the action of the
receives a, monthly salary ot C6. I ,,.., r ...... .i.miv.I' v... .h,
If President Wilson's concession
to Great Britain on the tolls assures
British participation In tho San
Francisco exposition it should not
weaken the president on the Pacific
Denyerites are making a spirited hustle
for reduced telephone rates. A draft of
an ordinance proposes a 30 per cent cut,
which would bring tho flat rata near the
Omaha level. The. company Is fighting
for measured service at a slight reduction.
Ever hear of a banker or a man who
mad It a practice to lend money going
for thirty years without foreclosing a
single mortgage? Sacramento has one In
W. Walter Bassett. rainier ot the Capital
National bank, and Bassett is greatly
grieved because a defunct corporation
forced him to mar that record.
nlclpal court composed ot seven elective school superintendent who Informed one
judges at &000 each a year. The court of those hyphenated parents-sex-hyglene
Is going some. Jobs have been provided leagues that the place to teach such
for 119 patriots at salaries ranging from matters was In the home. He declined
11,200 to ri5W each. Besides, the presld-to permit the responsibility to bo shitted
Ing Judge has ordered mahogany f Ittlngs I f rom tho parents, the family doctor and
torn out ot the court room, and marble the church to tho school room
substituted "as a means of lending dignity
to the surroundings." To the question ! nanseron Motion,
as to where the money will oome from. ' St. Louis Qlobe-Demoorat
the P. J. coolly remarked, "wo can
mandamus the city treasurer, it neces
sary." The total cost of this uplift Is
now esUmated at 1300,000 for th year.
Anybody desiring to present a griev
ance to General Villa should be careful
not to carry his handkerchief In his hlo
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