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.THE OM AH A . DAILY DEE
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lfinifi(r In elierr fs Omaha Ilea, t'lrr uletlnn
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ant ilimm rei-elve.t la eavtttent ef (mi
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AiMreee -orumunlr anuria Matins (a wewe en4 eitU
Inrlal metier to mnahe ttae, MU"rleJ Impertinent,
a nil i. t uu ri ,THM.
lata ef MehraskS, (Vuntv ef lwalaa aa
I'wtshl William rlrrulatlon meneaer af Tha fee
rut.lloFiiii romp-an, nalnt duly eenrn, sas that
avarair itellje eirciilailen lor I ha nwnin f April, I Ml
i I'WliTJIT WM.UAMa, tlrrulallon Manalar
ii1arll4 m my ("-"' anil ra to Mlora m
' Ihla tm day t( Mv. lu
lluUilUv lU'NTKIV Nxarr Puklln.
Hntrrtlii WvIm hm flljf , lmpttrrtly .
houM hi Tha iw malW i thm Arl
rtra will l rharttftHt ttxn M rtx)iKl,
ThMa li ft bit ,vUow alraak
tlkt t ttoi of tar.,
In inny of
Wkrn It pomvi (o Jmlr irouMa, Kallt
DIai la Iha (Ui-Inl of lhni' U. ' ' ' i,
. 1 i n
ThU Indian It la rroroal ta inamorlallia
lh moQUinrnl k cJ courar., f.cv4 iil."
Ilutru rttani Mrala untr tf. Thara
la lha oM )tni about irrln hor whUa
rrlnc tha tvft.
A XlaUan rt t'-r aoUtlar 110 a day,
haa da (ia It, In conaltutionalUt qual
ta about anta I4.
Put tha faara-lotlniu huntM man of taw
liy atUI aaa'fela airing onlona n4 dandaltoni to
Vaap ftUn out of intachtaf.
rrplnitii of tha OoTtmer.
Tba dainonrait who want Uovtrnor Mora
head n ct btrk on tha trark for ranomlnatlon
ralaa tha rrjr nlr point that tba paotta ahou4
dactdat lijr t hair votaa whaihr or not tha gov
arnnr houll ha tiald to tha promlaa ha mad
tint to 4k ftnothar Urm.
Now, aa for ua, wa ara not parllmlarly ron
rarnad In tha prallmlnarloa Inilda tha dwno
rrallo ramp atnapt ft alandard la at by which
political conduct la to la mMaurtMl. flovr-rnor
Morahaad owM Ma aladlon In part at laaat to
rohanra in good faith upon hla darlaratlon that
ona tarm In Iha ataoultva offlra aa all ha
aoiiiht, rouplad th hla profaiiaad lioiUf that
ft man could not romrlantloualy ohay tha'pnopla
aa governor with hla aya gluad to a ranomlna
tlon. If ha hail aald, "I UI not tank another
tarm, but will hold myaelf ready lo ha draft ad,"
tha Queatlon nitht properly h referred to ft
primary rote, hut If campaign pledges ara In
tha natura of a contract with tha people for
whoaa rota they ara tba onalderatlon not ft
ft contract with Iha demorrata alona or ft mere
party obligation than how It ran ha reaHndad
by ft primary tola, though that vol a be unani
mous, U by no mean claar.
Another Utile olialacla In tha way of tha
proponed referendum plan la that Governor
Morehead hai avowed hlmaalf In the running
for tha vongrtaalonal nomination In hla district,
and ha obvloualy cannot atand for two offices
at tha earn a tlnia. If that were parmUalbla, a
man might aeek nomination for atry offlca on
tha tlcVat, and than maka a aelortlon from
among thoa to which ba succeeded,, or wait
until after election and qualify for tha Job
within roach that looked bast to him. Or per.
haps ha might serve In all of them, for If tha
people ara to rule, and by thalr votaa want tha
sama man to fill half a dosan office, ha has no
right ' to refuea.. If Governor Morehead la tha
nun tha people want, and must bava, for gov
eroor and for congressman, ha ought -by- all
means to conaen to ba drafted for both.
' 0ivre Maes tunst haw read uo often tot
tha photographer, just , Goraorfor )UU
J wbUt'Karrtalad to wh. , s ',' .'. .
, invuu If ot bandit." fw Mttro
.,i.ner. flftrttt' to . pa from tha card
. , ! TMft hfct ta b raiker. what la ft kaadlt?
., lhat fculo encounter wt tn tav ant-room
! vf hla oltVf la farther lot thai Mr, Prji UJ j
mi v- ra n ri' acraary
ttini for It, ... , . h .
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' u tMewtka1 tniprWrtotent tvr tha rutlttant
i k aUk,t tba dale of Wellington." fU4 lb
1 t4 b 4v brtvM-a vb luka dWd now eltftar
rat It MIJi ba Wen.
t'kk-aco itr iaeUMng against VS
1 Uleaaa a urt caattWata frwm Sotttb
V'fttvilnn ksul nvM twine aUbt vf tks tact that
' Rr SUlan U atUI In the i U lUiftaU.
s Wj". '
I Ok, vbw, tkey k, bew uag pUtola to
rut tka t M ffwltk 4own la Taaa tr rn'
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ltM-e r twai-nv nte cfr4l
:ff U Tvtvi oa. H Ua Urt tulnag,
tb . ,V ti 4 tr 9i t'a Oaaak
-lU.skav twt-ti ttaa bU4ta
. I Av'H.njL t,t. a trat4j rgan. ifnft
jto !YtVe ae 'a tiii tlgkf ftgaMet
tea t'v ro-sN bt ka hNt t U eni
hk- C tan ' ' ... -
U V la vvttti frtenJat
iftfk C Viir4 ai, u Water
r Vc b w;. v wart tk re4
w tat blUt KHa'.Vet wkerw U t
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' Watrr Trtniportfttion.
James J, 1 1 111 depreciates tha Importance of
wtr transport at tort, because, he saya. when
eope want om4hlng .they want It forthwith
nd will employ tha most rapid transit poaatble,
which Is rail transportation. Therefor., he
thinks water facilities for frlght-carrylng will
naver again amount ta much, i.-. .
rhtloaophlcaJly, Mr. Hlil aounda a vary tru
not In tha 'make-up of the' typical American
whn ha wants something. ha wanta It at one.
And perhaps he la right In saying that water
transportation will never amount to much In
this country If tba land transportation king
succeed In the futur aa well aa they have ta
tha past In repreeelag He dvlopmaC - W
sum, however, that hla remarks ara not mcaat
to tndud tha ranwwta, cant. tkrgh which, w
expwet to do an I comets traffic," rresuosably
th papl on th ravJfle and AtlantJo' coaata, aa
U M in thn lntrlor, wtl carry on through
th canal aa txtetstT ithaag f commodttl
-tteaplt th awifter tartmie of th rwllroads.
" If tk natural forces and tndnc1a wra
)V t run tVftlr couiSie"unhlndeT4,' water trans
portation. wvuU amount to n grwat deal nor
than It does1 In fnUi couetryut nnjttctaJly h14
tn hk. It mr nt. " Mr. Httt Is on rKortfns
rwltemttng th iaftdHnftcy of jur traaapo.rU
ttMt tnctUtl nd hwlnf-or Impending pr
lcMttnt a ocn4aca of th failure of
the fncUIUee; ta k pc with, aft, growth ot
demands. V To ave!4 th,t rJlan;tty we way ba
Just forr4 t ntUis water, navigation 4
plement or rU 4etVtnl.
And now tk horw. una suoat faltkfal
en int. a vat coat under in bnttct la fin
c t naoJern naaltatKva and have' hU oww
lrhnu drinking ap The vautn watrUg
trvwgh aanat g. tt pUm n. ao cuie are car
rVed t. wemt tb rnblto rp for kwrnans In
tk latereet 4 health n4 c lean Ua eon. Th
antptgw t eittactkna na ntr4j bwgun In
litadelpkU. nt bea hw Uncki. bat as
)U st (wu it kaw, tb Vet!tt for th
trougb ha a frwvhIeA. Vautwlky.
tker tn tk asa ki4 t dangr t aaUaeis as
hnnM tn drtal'.tg tvtuat co4a.at.oa pUcex
Vartaxs alWtaoa. ' aantutry tprt ear. are
t" K V eJ4 art. fast aa vrva ntala.
way V OMsatna.W-a.te4 '"Urwng tke i4
fwbjc tmktig tioc
- wt bt ta t MfrlMt . tk rr-tnK)
IrvijtkT Tw home atwat kava water, add tkat
aNiaianttv Maav - ritea ha hazily ere re
taa r'isi Utxl'.n tk awr nstko4 st
ftata watertvg tlce "Vrtape; as a natter
A niast for the BeaUra. .
OMAHA," May 14-T the Alitor of
The lira: Far he It from ma to apoll
the Innnrant fun of the youniratra at
('antral lllfh arhnol or to autrst that
tha buslaa and Immpntaa be barred
from radrt eirrrlaea, hananse I know,
havlns axn military aarvlre, that mar
tial mualn la tha arrataat thing lit tha
werld to make ona ballrva that he Is
tha granilaat rwlng In shoe laathnr f . .
What 1 a ant to art at. throurh the
rolmnna of your valuable nawapaper. Is
thl' ( a mint enme Intanlnua Individual
ussaat to me anma arhrma whlrh will
cnahl us nlfht workers who live near
btlie blah arhonl lo alrep durlna the day
-without hlnt dllurbet by the bus-tea?
Huirsaallnna having to do with tar-pads,
country homn, hoosa or ahotauna will
not Ix ronldirad. I'va tried the ear
pada; I ran"t afford a rauntry home;
I ve woord snooae with boose until my
noaa la aa red as a sactlon hand's under
shirt, and as for stopping the aoe with
flrrarme, that's out of tha juration he
rauae ammunition la too esnonatve for a
hotel clerk to Indiilte In. and bealdee
there' a too many buflrrs.
You boast, and probably rightly to, that
advertlalng In your paper brlnra reaults.
This la a free one, I know, hut I hope
It will sustain your ataortlona hecauae
I'm so slerpy half tha time that I've got
fifty ambulance chasers following- me all
the time, eapeotlng to see me run over
any minute hy a street car or something.
toah. I'm slippy!
And yet I wouldn't knock the
)ouna" 'una. aoah no! let Vm have
their pittance! c. W. T.
l eitara trm m folUlrait lleatkea.
HOMKTA HKRK, M,y n.-To the Krtltor
of The lite: The aouthem boundary of
.Texae-ae It railed Haelf-waa dlaputl.
It Maimed everything; to the Rio Grande.
The Nueca was'tha real boundary. But
Calhoun's stool plgron. James K. Tolk,
tent Oenaral 7.char)' Taylor oatenslbly to
protect Texaa and expected him to crote
the Nuecea. This Tsylor refuted to do
without xpra ordcra. Theae were aiven
Taylor obevel; and Mexico accepted the
war thua fored upon It. Forgive me
for not writing the details of what fol
lowed. In a few inontha our slater re
puhll lay proetrate and OHgd at our
feet. The American Hag- waved over
tha" National palace at Mexico City.
Mexico had to accept our terma. . What
did we demand? We took from her not
only Texts, with aa area of JK7.0X) square
miles, but we took beetde gat.ortn square
mllee, making a total of ftft.na tqiiara
ml). ThU wa more than Mexico had
left I.. aquere mllee. But some Jack-ln-the-r
lump! up and ea,v: "We paid
Cor tt " True, by the treaty ef Guada
lupe Itklalgo w agreed to par tt HS.
We,ia. But, aHer the treaty. wa signed
an eeatrvt. we rung tn a eel -erf of im
aginary rlalmt of American rhiseas ta
the amount of ti.o,oMa, reducing the
amount actually paM Max tee t UV1.0ft.
re ou know what w pld aa acre tn
thta forv4 br. e4 CAtraT- A ttttte leea
than J centa TWere Is net tn the whol
trwtee. tkn et. the 4unweihemiet , et
Mexteo ene etngle redeeming feetnre
M owe. eingte .brtghj; too. lvw with
out excuae It nevre ki4 euoceeafol
ivi,ut But you aaki. "Why cvjvilJ our
countrrmea be Indiwd to carry on such
A crtme. tt was the wk of atavocrata
ef the eMtth awd the 4euehie.'e of the
worth. Ne man wtte woutd ttvw oa the
Wnrequlte4 lva ef another ever poetetted
a eonertrwee. Men bke JeCtraa Pwvia
wtbei t extend aleve terTrtory. Men
bke rreakha rverce waeard mv and
, nut h e the beh of the south. There
, re n-.aey V.inga that go to make up lue-m-
. Te 'Wavaaae to-weri nf Frtar
rVacow -ttvyet cfclvwJry. Martin Oiui
xirt aal the AaaerK-en Notee Oreated
eewttaaewt tbat WaJe Krmrd uwfTtejfcflT
rtavg tfce stavofceMere' rettUfW. Pree
oott "aiiet eT Vextcw" was p
neajej ne aerore tb Octbroak ef Our
war wfi Mexico, The akigwa: "Ta th
V!t e NwiHiXM " wuxe ta battle cry
tfcat rCk-4 ear rawka wctk ewch bravw
eUewe at n.vt reiwetct.' V3rs wboto
aeiHat vi wa fUe4 wnfc tVeugfcta
f ha xw.le -Ui aaj ANerados lra.
wwM fan et rwettitepor or ret ara
with tbe bao ef CUrtaa. Wat w Nt
tiwd to erpoee tkta wcJwaa- Tea.
AttaUa LtaK-4w. tsw a wwmber of eoa
growv waa irkw tboao w k ereei tiw
war wtt Vexioo. TVeanas Oorw-ua of
t tat tw tfce r-to 5tate tanau
Wre I a Mesvaa, as I am aw A atari
raa. 1 kM ww-vct tS wemfeorw b
xwJera w-.Tfe e araaa t a bMrmm
S georcfc fe rororre ef rJ? ef
Mfeke ami ywu wv'a kareTy raj - a
ft" tte iawwtanMi
-miwxv s3rcc; kaw rwa.k4 tk bolvng ! KXNV avay Ve saeo4 wtik tk lit-
Vul .? fwjr.l Vi-vve4ev" eaereos tk 1 1 '4: -kt. , nag. rroeaia.k
xKag T-t. ra',N raa, j, I i - ha twt Or
ixa rw Kn srt vr wab kV,'ji
t U v vv.wNl reUvw (wr
wo tt-V better tor cm d-fe t carry
e cwy e-xck k.v rcr ataxy ioo-g
?. ir ewk naaxal. Tk ag'aeo hs :-.e
bn e wk tke rw4 ef eaxrj-r reArrn K-r
4 . tknt wtt wa-t tie, k
Tso OMKraeet of 9: hoi V rreeV
arHiX OvwV tbe pwr.rw of PajWwA
tx sveac we. of -w--ii a anl
ft waoa -4 I l Kaai-ct at
tb aaraAna t fxua by
Rijvoaxwix wee ef riV
teJrfle.i t wSI a 4m:.m tk "alia
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t!e va."Vi yrorw irw.-?. W V; woa-
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t"W.te4 Starea , TEX HSiTE '
Mexican War News, 1846-7
Snail Pace of Yesteryear
and tha Speed of Today.
Newanapcr readera of today, who have the very
lateat word from the various sears of trouble In
Mexico, brought with lightning speed and laid be
fore them at tha breakfast table, can scare ly appre
rlat tha difficulties newspapers labored under In
getting news from the front during th Mexican cam
paign of Wt-7. Telegraphy then was sit experiments!
toy. encouraged here and discouraged there. It had
r-cen In exlstenoa two years, connecting New York
end Albany and tha triangle formed by Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia. It waa of no value as
a news factor tn that war. Th chief means of news
conveyance was by "clipper" sailing ships and by re
turned soldiers or wonoomhatants from Mexico. Theru
were no "war correspondents" ow tha scene until late
In tha war, tio press bureaus and no camera brigade
to pk-ture heroes tn action. Tba people back borne
had to wait patiently for such thrills of war as offi
cial reports brought to Washington weeks after tha
News Via, Neve Orleaae.
Aa examination of old newspaper fUee In New
York libraries, made by the New York. Evening Post,
shows that New Orleans waa the chief source of news
of General Scott s campaign. The New Orleans Pica
yune and tha New Orleans Delta maintained fast sail
ing ships between the Creecent City and Vera Crus.
each straining tall and aeamanshlp talent to the
utmost to score a "scoop." New York papers made
no effort to expedite news to the metropolU, most of
what they did puhllah. aside from official reports,
being clipped from the enterprising New Orleans peers.
"It ta IntereeUng to note," says the Post, "the
gradual development of war correspondence during
the carnpalg-ns In northern and central Mexloo. At
firat. during Taylor'a early battle en the Mexican aide
of the Rio Grande, there seem to hava been almoat
no rorretpondrnta of a profeeelonal character In tha
field; Indeed, to the very end, accounts of General
Taylor's battles usually cwme either In his mfficlsl re
ports or from his officer a It waa very different,
though, with General Scott's army. And in the musty
file of ancient newspapers we come across some
word-pictures" of the landing of the American army
at Vera Crus, the storming of Chapultepec, or tha
entry Into Mexico City that could be slipped Into the
columns of any Jingo publication of today, without
requiring the changing of a syllable.
Similarity of Eveata.
"One feature that has aroused much comment al
ready ta the remarkable similarity of Incidents in the
two were If one msr call exiatlng relations with
Mexico a war. It has been pointed out that the
trouble at that time was precipitated by the distressful
Internet atrtfe In Mexico, which made It impossible
for the United States to secure redress for wrongs
done to its rltisena. or assurance of protection for
them In the future. Also, President Wilson's special
agent in Mexico, John Lind. waa paralleled In the
early 'Ta by John Rlldell. who was sent by President
Polk In precisely the same capacity, and who met
with precisely tha same reception aa General Huerta
extended to Und.
"As one delves farther Into the contemporary ac
counts of events In 1M&-4, tha similarity becomes
elriktng. For Instance, there waa a Tanapico Incident
Identical with tbat which caused Boar Admiral Mayo
to make hie demand for a aalote to the American flag.
Among a long Hat of grievances suffered by Ameri
cana at tha hands of Mexico, published In tha Evening
Poet of January . 1MT, la cited tae case of a lieu
tenant Otbont ef the United States revenue cutter
Jefferson, who, with n boatload ef hla men, was ar
reeted by the Mexican military author a lea at Tamalco.
, TVHneetta areata during the war were of a snore
or Vaea sjrmOar character, while the temper ef the
country waa airaoat tha asms aa that generally noted
today toward tha proa poet of active. hoatlUUee with
Mexico. People were loath to tee war begun; tn the
worth, eepecialty. the aim of the eouthern ciiiati ataaien
to tnrreaae the a lava ate tee and preeerre their hold
n tae national lagtalartrre waa fully realised. -
- "But then, a aowv people eeemed to grit thezr
teeth and snake up thetr mrnds that If the Job had
to be done It bad beat be done right. Thia Is no
where more strongly shown than tn the cotvmna of
the Cventns? Poet. "Has newspaper pointed out edi
torially in tha winter of 1H7 that tt was ah very well
for people to eay the war waa a bad war. hut that
tba country had embarked upon It. and tt waa tba 4aty
of every boneet cftfetea to brio the government to the
finish. The rerurtanea 4 certain ataiea te wrwvtde
edeqnaete equlpaeeat tor the reguweaus of volunteers
thoy effared to evppix the federal government ta
eepeciany o placed.
"Later on, indeed, even thoee Journals vbKt at
ftret ngcrowaty eembatreA the idea, of war an4 ae
ex steal the wttet-kw mocrxrs of the) war party aorta to
havw toeev tn part at teaat, carried away by tke tide
li ertatwar ed
"tt te sagwtT.caat to readi of Ike wowaerfat. record -
brewhtaat tris maAe by two ecTasera he the Pnctfl:
coaat, ts November. Ckev These efficere. CM. Mat en.
ef the Ftret frageoww and Ltetet. Wateeav. ef Ue
.wand by th Gewer
V tv-wi by t .wbK had p4 be tk Wat.
m JT-a u t-51' jh, oe. t aenbor to
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, 4.u-a eet ry ua mi i I.
' XA amaiwAere wwl Jam ecaj e the
ai mt ka h nat m sac.
lM'a e. S aeasn haa n
bhwl BOOtiti ef n Nw Surest
. re,!ruo4 wniM oa an ywat t m as.,.,
. t-i taai.4S. tv cacntai fan
, a: ".A.- w a..'. we est., tut r-. .a-.
' wa irn. fav4 -a cms oa'X
Kaewri Ijas- The - Caviw
.Mauauuwa c,iw at We 9 a? h
er iaaf atswd ae Ttarma gwwn.
waora an CXwifMrwa to
. wWer a re&anw tri Xw Pda-
jwa Www vav.4 a aa
e eiimrfttai ewjiTa.aiaa er ttx. a
Leuta Raputali: T1Ma raaacaak
at onaera. ta tvamirrfm wrth the Mexwaa trases.
- A fas sain- brta u rnarrore fee theen ax
New Term. e henr of wherh they aai'jed for Cagrws,
en th twk-TW e Panama Twey raakrhe thie part
U ftukMX dayw. and u na th kxhaxan tn two aye
Bon, thws gemg the Panfls atd eC tba laxhnraa
Pwsasa froaa New Tar an e-ftem davra. ScannFtlcnar
wkjrk haa ne'er horn dtana kafneii, mm w wet enwy
bo eeeat ave asw-a, oanxactmtr researacd tae
New Tjv ?em.
v-r w aaJ;a were i-aa theat crwttaaT hxto tw
eatd eteJW vaeo'Ia were aterajly yrocwnd by paaia
tta Aaescc ta kwckai&3x ft. off Trn Crux
were prat! ef tho e.4 sa-.pa-f-0-Ein, or TWv. which
wore eel nev?taye ef naval harcfataw A rats. tr-
werh ew wa thaA e IS Cnrne Seamen aoaaanaas
atmaa-haearta, fror Taaxjw aa Snarl as New
Crkua The rrb w rurnail rw Terfc 1 a
htie an than two wwtx
TVarw was wafxrwffy nracft wei-txer nag i aim
th war iei C toee eVao-a. Th nanaj term ef a
news ster-y waa tAe ti:
learn tsax. Ceavral Tnrtar waa s kaw
e tn t hnat. tar- Tvweriav wtch Gw-
itwiav anal a parwttx ef Ciawx: tnrnrhW
hrtgaaa. A ax i iput ttat C aai at rvrea, mf w-iaaa
w ho ae near of hwa. waa at Vw ura warh CM
aatary. tt wa ag,M!j riperraa aaal bn-iaW
caax tk 5aca Aa hal X. aaeai a
"I understand that you danced the
tango all nlaht"
"That's the way people will try to
be It tie a man's record!" exclaimed
t'nele Flopeole. "'Anybody can tnro all
nlKht. I atarted in at 1 o'clock the pre
vious afternoon." Washington Star.
"But." the new tenant objected, "yon
wrote that there waa a great view from
the room I waa to have."
"Well." replied the landlord, "don't Vou
tee that picture of Niagara Falls on the
billboard across the street?" Chicago
Wife And so you got your life Insured
for my benefit? How lovely!
Husband Yes, my dear, but Just re
member If you drive me to suicide you
won't got a cent. Boston Transcript.
"Jim." aaid an honest coal dealer to
one of his drivers, "Jim. make that ton
of coal ano pounds short. It I" for a poor,
delicate widow, and she will have to
carry all of It up two flights of stairs.
I don't want her to overtax her dtrength."
lricksvllle Poetmaater fdiacusslng affairs
of state) Now. what do you think of
our foreign relations. Exry?
Prominent Lounger (warmly) t think
they should he barred out uv this here
country If they can't read an" write!
The baa ball team that was being
walloped objected to a decision of the
umpire. The players drew tot-ether In a
compact little bunch and Jabbered vigor
ously. Pretently the pitcher, the catcher
and th rlirht fielder approached the
"Let'a- mediate," they smilingly re
marked. "Play ball!" roared the umpire. Clove
land Plain Pealer.
People zm& Erents
1 - The Beams ef an
! zaviaan-e at M-w. mry s
Cha wgw ar-ng na vcw a
" Ota J3. t eeuaner- Ssn
Twcwt ef navv-aa; WeOtmaM aaora tsuva etaSua in a a
caMt ef aursr a i?tawn leaner eaw at O re ma,
ae h wa 91 yearn eaA,
m th an.-y
same! tae Bar
ax A utr-U. aa waaw
raawraaa crao i
i heaat WT , j aa
w r C .& . atao wkai i
tV c4 rr- c8 . at acit t
rri- -ve?i. VaJv. dwaocrjk. porihKi.
c4,Svt o, prvatwava st4 aactavlnt mjmt
tn rw tk rwpewwwacacanax ta l je
aaw tw.t-aai-nc an eu.i"M4 bt
fto tart. ttwr imii xii ana aai al
asd. Uk.ora ar5 aw mini a S a win
va rv-w. xy ewe at ehe aia nuaeiaiiaj
t'e xeafUMaw-a oa? xh aaiaranv ate
had Dm amt a tWa 4a af !ravura-
wrxtat Sw iW tt
' bm awe la
4 rwcwut tM-w oaa b 4vt r rwvij.ain
rwe oenoH-raxx wMil e
caew. ha want haaw
C Tfnw wwacratm he wae tin TBaSC
W4i uwoanr aoa W.-wr i. eat, .aw naaw-iai-!aa
i - a ka ilia wiiiaaii i
' wwreuing hor I
swim a iaa ahu an a k.arieg on. Sh
svidod ta w af an Ca Mia aa tn nr T-aaC
"1 f-""g at X-w Tarn tik aimer anw-
A I a sr-i fan3cat er-mrag far gstta in.
a aw war aWuux. Wr, saa ntf-w Ow oar af a 3v
wsrw awn-vag awwar tar una aiaaiuju San. Th
aiuvrwa W. a aOrw aT watt
s. ea. h
! us trm aa eC eST
h anair iltrjm af ' arwatv aawa Ohik
' at anew. -C huatw
lua. of waura ha
' Una aaa a mu-. Bm paea
t aa rmm. se aauary- tea 1 - a ",ii ww tarn -wrrm-w
hw !aaa aawna ly a tnmm. a anU srwi nting as
a ouuw taaa W-Wa
THE EUGENIC BABY.
Thomas H. Hyder in .Denver New?
Oh. the eugenic babe ia a marvelous child,
It certalnlv Is!
To tay otherwise will get people riled
Who live by the mles of the eugenis
And eat what they eat cooked by engenia
Besides he is a kin to the dear suffra
No one should gnjdtre
Anything dear to the dear suffragette.
The eugenic babe hs a pink and white
What a marvelous thing!
He haa two ears, two eyes, one note and
His principal features are nearly all
When he f acee the north his back'a to
And queer though tt aeems, he haa two
Why. certainly not!
All eugenic babies have two tiny feet.
The eugenic bsby must mind every rule
Now, thafs going some!
His summer are warm and his wintera
If with the eugenlo achemo he complies,
And he live to be old. he'll bo old when
Oh. the eugenic babe Is a miracle child
There's a pain In my slat'
Each bsby that's bom Is a miracle child.
OMAHA COFFEE NEWS
Mi't"t rq Twt tufts
fn coffee mast be distinctive, pleaiing and
unchanging to merit continuous use. 1 your
coffee doesn't taste the same morning after
morning, change the brand. You're not get
ting good coffee.
As n trial, order Chocolate (Cream Coffee.
Itn quality is unvarying. Even poor cooking
can't make k bitter, spoil the fragrance or
take away its smooth strength.
newer fails to win favor, because it never fails In
qualify. You'll like ft every one m the family
will like it it's better than any coffee you've
Chocolate Cream Coffee coats just a little more
than the "cheapest- but worth double for its
eM eaty aa aeal rlbaea eeaaaa na. Sic gar Sh.
At all good grocers
mua eaocrjt mua.
Chickens Pay the Laundry Bill
Some women insist on doing their own washing
every week to help out the family income. They know
a dollar saved is a dollar made, so they proceed to
economize and begin on the laundry bill.
But thia is solving the problem in the wrong way;
' don't try to save try to make.
It is always easier to work with your
head than with your hands besides it's
Thins, ef that bg back jard where the week.' washing is
hang at. I&steaa ef patting, oat the wajhieg there next week '
pat ot aoa&c chickeava.
Ten can aily bay a good stock -f heat to start whk bt in
. nwtieg a as ail Want A tn tk ""PojJtTT" coUrca of Tte Be.
Ton can locate th bet chiekeas ta tos hy this iaehoi. and
get tien at a low fr.ct, too.
Then don't forget that if you buy your
chickens through a Bee Want Ad. others
will bay theirs from you in the same way.
Tv aac yo raa an tk eggs that way alio. Toa raa
fi4 cxitom w i will tak yoar ex are sepply nt bgker price
tUa tie wkaewai tu wonli pay.
Consider this it is certainly easier to
attend to chickens than it is the laundry.
WRITE OUT THAT WANT AD FOR
Telephone Tyler lOOO
THE OMAHA BEE
Erjblj Read c Want Ada
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awt-orwat T-r aaar ar wow aa I
S naai we kr tfewe aaua I , j !
OsHtC M v It fiv T 7
Here s a pure food movement!
21iks tie retris-raiar rtreet and clean.
Gmtac. sLrt sod gems rcitl fcariirw k.
l deans xtj'v'f
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