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.HE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, ,1UNE 27, 1914.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
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Subscribers leaving t'.to city temporarily
should have Tlic lice mailed to tlicm. Ad
dress tvill be changed ns often as requested.
Zacatccas is called tho ''key" to Mexico
City. Well, Villa has It stuck '-In' his pocket.
All right, Mr. President, bring on your bus
iness boom and come along with It as fast as
If any Nebraska farmer Is losing sleep these
nights It must he from the nolso of tho corn a
Tho Black Hand society has not yot boon
charged with' exploding those Chicago banks
that havo Just collapsed.
What tho colonel doubtless means Is that
were It not for tho Perkins' cash register,
"there wouldn't ho no bull moose party."
With Mr. Rrogan and Judgo necjio both in
the finals for chief Justlco of tho Nebraska su
premo court, the voters will have no chanco to
A noted ball player has Just married a con
gressman's daughter. Rut why shouldn't a
congressman's daughter look for further fame
and asplro to higher honors?
Think hard, If you please, of that fine old
(lay a winter or two ago, whon tho wind blow
fiercely, tho snow fell fast and tho mercury slid
down well below thd zoro inarV.
Yet many good Americans hold to tho belief
that if the United States doos not havo tho right
to run the canal for Itself, Its right to build It
unaided would not havo been so -unanimously
By official decree of tho PostofUco depart
ment tho knocking circulars on Omaha's credit,
Issued by "tho man with tho hammer," nxo not
unmnilable. Now watch him got "out unother
Still, wo havo no doubt tho local iron worker
Implicated in tho dynamite conspiracy much
prefers his pardon to sharing tho unique honors
heaped upon hla loss fortunato colloaguos at
Several early-return counties show up
shrinkages in tho total of property assessed for
taxation. The Stato Board of Equalization wllh
prooapiy navo an opportunity this timo to de
vote somo of Its attention olsowhoro than to
Omaha and Douglas county.
"Failure Is Biggest of Kind In United States
History," bo our amiable democratic content
porary Informs us, but at that It does 'ndt got
W Vronl PKo "Pace because It misfits with tho
l Twmocratic scheme of curing business dopres
eion oy solely psychological treatment
How fortunato that those Virginia odltoro
happened along at tho White House at just that
moment, otnorwlsQ ho might
avo naa to aouvor that menage for tho coun
try to a delegation of doctors, or tooth-pullers,
r marie managers, or base ball presidents.
.. . -i 'j
Marvelously Poreslghtcd or Desperately
The address of President Wilson promising
tho country tho biggest boom in Its history al
most in tho samo breath with the announcement
of tho biggest mercantile failure in tho history
of the country stamps him as cither marvel'
ously forcslghted or desperately reckless as a
All of us have been cngor to make oursolves
bollevo with the president that existence of
financial depression Is "puroly psychological,"
and to hopo with him that with the assured
procpoct of bountiful crops it will soon pass In
dplte of the manifest distrust growing out of
threatened democratic legislation.
What we would all like to believe, however,
If unfortunately born moro of hopo than of
experience. The president suggosta that tho
revival will come as soon as congress completes
administering to business the doso of new free
dom which he has prescribed, for only then will
buslnoss bo cortain that the treatment Is fln-Ithotl.
Whether the diagnosis Is correct or not, It Is
plain that the country does not like tho sys
tem of treatment. Unless the Improvement is
prompt and marked, to avoid tnklng furthor
disturbing concoctions, the voters will Impa
tiently wait tholr opportunity to call In again
tho time-tried advisers and directors on whoso
success they can moro confidently rely.
Psychology of Keeping Cool.
It Is an old truth which Miss Margaret Wil
son spooks whon she sayc, "If you wear a smile
hot weather doesn't bother you." Jt Is sound
an far as It goes, as ovoryono knows who has
tiled tho two ways of meeting tho sun's summer
gazo, by smiling and frowning. Krot, fume.
kick against tho pricks of tho weather which
one could not in any wiso affect and ono feels
the discomfort all tho moro.
The young woman's psychology of keeping
cool or, perhaps, wo should say, keeping tol
erably comfortable Is Bound; soundor than her
distinguished father's psychology of business
conditions. If wo nro going In for Bun-Kazlntr.
It Is our notion that returning Old Sol's broad,
burning smile, good-naturedly, will yield a good
deal more, relatively, than trying to grin out of
countenanco thin commercial ccllpso that Just
now obscures tho muro In tho business sky.
Good Use of Warships.
A warship may servo no higher purposo than
to avert war. Only as monitors of neaco do
they Justify tho outlay for their construction
and maintenance As a famous American
president onco said, "Speak softly, but carry tho
big stick." Evldonco of tho effectiveness of
this policy comos to hand, If reports bo truo, in
tho ponding dispute between Turkey and Greece.
Whon Turkey threatened war, Greece lnvostcd
In two big American battleships. Now comes
tho roport that Turkey is not talking war for
the present. Even tho peaco-at-any-cost advo
cated ought to approvo of a strong navy If as
sured Its exlstonco would servo to ward off hos-
tilltles. That may not afford a vivid realiza-"
tlon of tho 4i Hi ma to ideal, but nolther docs any
thing olse at hand Just now.
Of course, tho possibility of a clash between
Turkoy and Greece ! not entirely dissipated.
Their differences nro based on solid oelf-intor-osts.
Emboldened by tho recovery of Adrian
oplo, Turkoy longs to got back its groat seaport,
Salonlca. Groeco domands tho Aegean Islands,
hors by right of history and race. So It re
mains to bo soon how far Greece's purchase of
modern battleships will serve In behalf of peace.
Rome authorities regard' another Balkan out
break Imminent. But in tho moantlmo tho
world has horo a good object lesson of tho re
straining lnfluenco of adoquato war strength.
Weak Spot in the Nonpartisan Law.
Tho weak spot In our nonpartisan olecllon
law seems so far to havo escnpod notice It is
tho lack of moana to fill vacancies on tho ticket.
In ordinary ejections candidates run a rep
resentatives of political parties, and provision
Is nindq for supplying tholr places In tho event
that they drop out for any reason aftor nomina
tion and before election. In tho nonpartisan
election, such as provldod for by our Nebraska
law, the candidates submit tholr namos In tho
primary, endorsed moroly by thoso who sign
tholr petitions, and thoso rocolvlng tho highest
number of primary votes in doublo tho numbor
of offices to bo filled, go on tho regular election
ballot. Whore thoro is but one place to bo
filled, as this year, for county Judgo,, for district,
jndgo, or for chief Justlco, that means that only
two names go on the ballot, and tho withdrawal
or retirement of either of tne candidates would
neceeoaVily Insure tho election of tho one re
maining, bocau&o It would be manifestly Im
possible for another name to bo written In In
stifflclont numbers. Conditions may bo pic
tured whore such a contingency would be a pos
itive public calamity. We can think of no way
to avoid this danger and still presorvo tho non
partisan sysUm except by chnnglng tho law
either to increase tho numbor nominated or to
fill such vacancies automatically with the next
nignest candidate In tho primary,
In Other Lands
BrleX oontribnUons on timsly
topics Lnrited. DuBte assume
no respcnafWUty fox oplaloaa of
correspondents. AH letters sub
ject to eonaaasatlra by editor.
NORTH LOlP, Neb., June 5G.-T0 tho
Editor of The Bee: Suddenly Villa ap
peared upon the political horlson of
Mexico. Havo you ever thought that In
moving an army and supplying the samo
requires cash? Villa, since his rise and
advancement to fame, has spent probably
SO.0,0O9. Who Is the Invisible and un
known financier? Mexico did. not tut Ish
tho money by taxation, because It was
Insolvent and without crops. Someone put
up the cash to buy guns, ammunition,
rations and pay the soldiers. What busi
ness can you think of that runs without
credit and cash? Did the money come
from Uncle Ham? Wo have heard of no.
loans from him. What foreign power
gavo tho cash? Wo have heard of none.
The revolutions of Mexico have gen
erally bton financed from Wall street.
How many of you would loan Villa a.
dollar, thinking he could servo you? We
know that lie has had and Is now getting
tho cash. Did you over stop to think that
some great financial house has been
secretly handln out that cash? Do you
think that Wall street has become so
generous of recent months, as to take
pity on the poor Mexicans and civilise
them? Would It not bo moro sensible to
suppoee that the I5O.000.C00 has been
handed out In exchange for certain nat
ural resources when Villa conquers the
republic? But oven that agreement with
Villa would not be worth the paper on
which It was written were thers not an
assurance thut the United States should
O.K. the obligation for the cash. Before
the cash went to Villa someone guaran
teed tho tervlcen of the government to
bind the obligation.
Wo talk about saluting the flag at
Vera Crut and thereby Involving the
death of seventeen boys In honor of the
nation. Who believes It? It was a guar
anty of Villa's obligation to the unseen
financier. The glittering generalities of
Judgo Stark elaborated in a democratic
paper should fool no one. lie was prob
ably requested to do It. On how many
occasions have wo heard, "The ox know
eth his owner and the nss his master's
crib?" Havo you over heard of Standard
Oil? They also have it down In Mexico.
But, how about dollar diplomacy? Not
much dollar diplomacy with you little
fellows who Invested down there. But
what about the editors who have been
so liberal with space to Villa, In adver
tising that well known brand of oil?
Who Pnys the Frrlfflitf
BRADSHAW, Neb., Juno K.-To the
Editor of Tho Bee: Under the caption
"Jones, He Pays the Freight," In today's
Bee, gives the groundwork of who pays
tho freight a proper setting when it re
fers to Mr. Vlttmato Consumer." Of-
courso Mr. Consumer pays the freight.
The burden Is on his shoulders and there
is no law that can bo enacted that will
relieve him of that burden. He not only
pays the freight; but ho pays the pro
ducer; he pays the salary of every clerk:
of every traveling salesman, and their
traveling expenses; he pays the wages
of everj laborer In factory, shop or
farm, afid there la no earthly.' tise for
tho Jones',, Smiths' and thejr neighbors
to get hilarious because the railroads
have been stuck for s,ome $12,000,000, be
cause they, the consumers, have paid
every dollar of the sum already and will
nevor get a slnglo cent of It back; and
what of these seventeen railroads con
cerned In this ruling? Will they not,
like Standard Oil company, devise some
method whereby they can make It alt
back, with Interest, In a few days?
yes, "Mr, Ultimate Consumer," you
are the fellow that pays tho freight, no
matter what your occupation may be.
If you are a farmer you consume all the
profits and much more of your own
products. If you are a trade'sman It
Is the same with you, Just as It Is with
every other vocation In life. Therefore.
you sco how beautifully and pleasantly
we all go swimming, or rather, floating
down tho River of Time, together, soon
to occupy six feet by two of our native
soil or that of some foreign land, when
our task of consuming will bo at an
end, but not till then; no matter whether,
on the way, we have consumed
much or little, the common heritage of
"Earth to earth und dust to dust" Is
oura, seon to be forgotten forever. Why
do you boast, ye pltlf'il mortal man
JOHN B. DRY.
The Irish Natlomu league of tit's city has elected
ths following office,.. i-resiuent, M. D. Gannon i
Vic president. M . M O Drlen; treasurer. Miss J.
McCartney, financial secretary. IS. V. Morearty. cor-responding-
secretary, Moses O'Brien.
Bev. Edward O. Fowler of the Eighteenth street
If. hodlst church and Ml. ma Andre.., for
era! year, a teuoher In the public sehoo's. ware mur-
IIIB. Frank Hilt and Rev. c. W. Savidge were t
tend ant a
The Canfleld house is fctfng vrhaulel j,y g. Jl; H
Hark, who recently purchased the rreperty. and will
be reopened by Oeoige Canfleld.
Mllle Bhea has left with Max Meyer ana brother's
jewelry store a beautiful s'lver laurel wrath to bo
engraved, which was printed to her ty ths eiti
zens of Los Angeles,
Policeman Nightingale has rj.ovmd the three
which were neien from the Dodge
school house Utt week.
The sensation of the day Is the sensational trial of
ex-Clty Marshal Outfitrlo fr brltxry. In wh'al, the
Bmuiera, wno nan to come acre, art' telling all
"The Sacred Heart reboot held Its commencement
yesterday with appropriate exerelses. the opertt4
The CorowtUfn of the Best." U:ng tho principal
feature participated :n by the foitowing young
woroens Misses e. t relghton. K- Crelghten. If. Lari
mer. B. Jones. E. Bcherp. Sadie Nash. B Davis, M
ci. vuur. iutn, j. u rejig. M. PUnphy. U Del
Tho special rates whlch the railroada are
making for the Panama exposition passengers
from oastcrn cities aro sure to tempt thousands
to cross tho continent next year. It is up to
Omaha to do what Is necessary to tempt them
to stop over here either going or returning.
Tho beauties of oiirv primary, law are exem
plified again by a chameleon candidate who has
filed for nomination for congress on four dlffor.
ont party ticaeia at one and the somo time. If
thero were any moro political parties tho gen
tleman would doubtless wear moro labels.
To avoid misapprehension, let It be under
stood clearly that Sonator Konyon said ho "up-
neuv- rresiuont Wilson In his Moxlcan polloy,
but ho did not say that ho approved or endorsed
tno president's Mexican policy. Those are dif
ferent and distinct propositions.
The Nebraska editors havo referred the re
i port of their committee on taxation to them
solves maiviauauy "wjtn jeave to print." At
any rate, this actiou Is more polite than merely
letting It He on the table.
If our foreign policy is "mushy amiability
since tho Wilson administration took charge.
lone. WUhelm'n. Lowe, Mary Nash. Umrna Crclghton i language to fitly characterize our domestic
HcNtrasra, Ida Puadt and Pauline Lowe. 1 policy will command a premium.
An Official Statement.
NEW YORK. June SO.-To the Editor
at tho Bee. Will you kindly give space to
this statement Issued under date of May
"In spite of denials to the contrary.
the suffragettes continue to make ac
cusations In public and private that tl
nanclat support Is given to this assoclat
tlon by the liquor Interests. I wish to
make tho following statement: "Ne'ther
Mlto Bronson nor any other speaker or
organiser sent out by the National Afc
soclatton Opposed to Woman Suffrage
has ever had salary or expenses paid hy
the saloon, liquor or brewing organisa
tions or Interests. The expense of sal
aries, traveling, office, publicity, publlca-
tlocs, postage, and all other expenses
are paid by funds raised from private In
dividuals, every donor being known to
tne. Furthermore, neither the State' As
sociation nor the National Association
has ever asked or received any financial
support or assistance whatever from tne
so-cutled liquor Interests."
MRS. ARTHUR M. DODOE.
Needs Only Plenty of Hope,
LliM CRSt-.K. Neb., June 16. To lite
Editor of The pee.-Let Wooster
alone and ha will convict himself. The
struggling man hae grasped the straw;
he has discovered one of the attributes
of Qod. '"truth." ti
Hut don't let him forget that there aro
others, among which arc refinement and
decency of language. "Verily,"' Jonah
has swallowed the whale.
K. M. BARNEY,
neer nest nej-lln Dereraa-e.
Kaiser Wilhelm, to be sure, has adopted teetotal
Ism and enjoined It on his sons as well as the stu
dents of German unlverslths, with what degree of
success we are not prepared to say. The kaiser has
gone so far as to tell his people that If they afe to
continue the world's profoundest thinkers, to lead
In science, they must banish beer. It makes them
logy, he says. But evidently the kaiser's crusade Is
not complete. Berlin not to mention other cities.
towns, villages and hamlets of der faderland still
takes Its beer now and then. It consumed 11,000,0X1
gallons of one brew alone last year. One of the
largest Berlin breweries Is turning out 22,000,000 gal
lons every twelve months and they are not empty
ing It In the streets. Many taverns have six brews
of beer on their list. But there are some twenty va
rieties In all. By this statistical review It must not
be gathered that drunkenness Is common In Berlin.
It Is not. Beer drinking in Germany Is not and never
was synonymous with or closely related to drunken
ness. But now, here Is another bit of beer gossip
and It makes the old citizens Just a little melancholy
to contemplate- It; Wolesbler, of which Berlin con
sumes 11,030,000 gallons annually, Is little used In Ger
many outside of Berlin, where once, as the real Ber
lin article, It reigned supreme. But Munich and other
brewers are getting In their work of competition and
In that c'ty and elsewhere waiters have become so
nonchalant of one's preferences as often to forget to
ask him what brew ne will have; simply setting down
a mug of beer as ho pleases.
Where Society Mres In Hats.
Our friends, the Britons, have hit upon a new and
novel fad. which may be expected soon to catch on
in America, whose smart set scemsJust smart enough
to keep close on the trail of some Europeans. Tbls
fad Is for society folk to buy and occupy cottages of
the poor. They tako the humble hut as It Is per
haps some peasant has been evicted from It spruce
It up a bit, but not so as to remove Its rustic ap
pearance, convert a potato patch Into an orchard,
plant a few bulbs about and nestle down. Horace It
was who said something about pale death with Im
partial knocking "at the hut of the poor and the
palaces of kings." Now, one might think that this
fad were a fine thing for the poor; that with the
proceeds derived from the sale the poor might go and
build a better house. No such Impartiality. Often
It Is death of a different kind than mortal to htm.
Commodious homes are not being built for evicted
tonants. No, It's only a fad for tho rich ones, who
are kept 'busy finding enough fads to go round.
Europe In the Grip of Fund Problem.
All Europe Is feeling the acute pains of the prob
lem of food and Its cost, but Just now there Is much
agitation oyer England's situation In particular. Lo
cally, the anxiety revolves around the failure of somo
crops this spring. Meat, both cattle and pigs they
do not say hogs In England-continues to rise. The
English farmer Is turning his mind toward the feasi
bility of going in more for live stock raising. He sees
a great future In this, especially with the meat sup
ply at home and in the Argentine diminishing In
comparison with the demand. He see. Japan eating
moro meat than over, and, being the good friend
and ally of J. Bull, buying much of his meat from
England. Ho feels sure It will pay him to finish up
a steer or two every season, you know. Here Is an
Interesting thing to note In connection with England s
farm situation. Many 'of the farmers are not raising
much hay because of the growing multiplicity of au
tomobiles, which don't consume a vast amount ot
hay. Never thought of that? Industrial England as
well as other Industrial countries of Continental
Europe have, however, to look more and more toward
tho pastoral countries for their food supplies and
where mora than the United States? But, alas, the
United States Is disappointing them Just now, for
though still somewhat of a world's bread basket. It
has lapsed relatively In Its labor of feeding all lands,
Hen. Hep, the Boys Are M urchin sr.
Sure. Ireland la nuiiaing up its army, xne insn
volunteers of the south and west now number 60,000,
and have been duly recognized by the Ancient Order
ot Hibernians. They are looking further for official
recognition by the nationalist parliamentary party In
England, which to all practical purposes Is now at
hand. Joseph Devlin was supposed to be the original
"good angel," so far as Inspiration goes, of this move
ment, but now It is said that this assumption lacks
warrant entirely; that the volunteer movement arose
absolutely from a circle of obscure patriots, who had
no connection with any political or public organisa
tion, This new army, as we say, now numbers 60,000
and Is steadily growing. It Is as yet nowhere near as
largo as the Ulster Volunteers, but It Is already
formidable. The Irishman of South and West Ireland
Is admittedly a soldierly fellow. And under the stress
of present conditions he does not lack for the fervor
The Awakening; of India.
Even though It be admitted that England has at
last succeeded In Its prolonged attempt to rouse
India from its age-old sleep of Ignorance and super
stition to a sense of national being, on the face of
returns the completion of the task Is yet far off.
For England has only thus far got India to see this
much, that though it deslro national power and au
thority, It knows of no better means of conquest than
by assassination. India's eyes may be said only to
have been barely opened. The vision of real modern
government la a thing fctlll of the futuro with it.
enveloped as yet In the mists or a mirage it wots
not of. And what wonder, considering the ancient
conditions and then those Imposed under tho British
rule In India, which calls for no comment here. It
would be strange, indeed, to Imagine that the Hindu
or Mohammedan, the abject slave at best to caste.
could get any coherent idea or nationality tnrougn
his experiences to date. Europe U talking a good
deal of "India's smoldering revolt," and charges It
up largely to the "Indian terrorists," who pursue
anarchy In Us most violent form under foreign In
spiration. And there the theorizing stops, for It would
be Indelicate to attempt to fix tne responsiDiiity tor
this Inspiration on any particular foreign country or
Washington Post! "Man of the hour"
I said to be needed In the Mexican policy.
The idea! What we want Is a combina
tion of Methuselah and Job.
New Kork World: The report that they
are using poker chips for currency at
Tanplco needs confirmation. Thero are
no United States troops at1 Tamplco.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Mr. Wilson, we
understand, Is to answer Roosevelt In the
fall. If he will take a little advice he'll
follow a well known warning and "do It
Houston Post: Another advantago ot
the climate is that during the next three
months there Is not one chance In 10,000
for a visitor In Houston to be frozen to
Boston Transcript: After Secretary
Daniels has had his way and purchased
the bunting for American flags in Great
Britain, where will he have them made.
In Germany or Japan?
Louisville Courier-Journal: An Iron
puddlcr In Pottstown, Pa., who Is 40 and
whose wife Is 88, has eighteen children.
By the time he Is fifty or sixty his family
will be large enough to force upon his
attention the cost of living.
Philadelphia Ledger: The Income tax
collector's beat Joke Is his Insistence that
the man who Is discovered with an in
come large enough to assess a tax against
must havo his check certified If he pays
that debt In the ordinary way.
Philadelphia Public Ledger: Secretary
McAdoo will put an army of sleuths to
work to discover where the Income Is, but
they will probably only find where It Isn't.
A psychological Income cannot be made
to pay anything but a psychological tax,
and that's nothing.
' Do you think you wilt be able to keep
me out of Jail?" he asked after he had
made a full confession to his lawyer.
"I may not be able to do that, but I
can make the state spend a lot of money
In putting you there'-Chicago Herald.
"Did you find anything In that house-?"
asked the footpad.
"Nothing worth while." answered the
burglar. "But It s bad luck to come away
empty-handed, so I brought along the
watchdog and a lot of burglar-alarm ap
paratus. Washington Star.
Hemmandhaw Is there any way to
make the women dress decently?
Mrs. Hemmandhaw Certainly there Is.
"Wll, what Is It?"
"Kill off the men." Youngstown Tele-,
THE CRADLE ROLL.
A million babes on the cradle roll
Think of it. think of It, Oh my soul!
Thtnk of the love and the tendor care
That have nurtured those sweet chili
Think of the love in those million eyes
Nor 4oubt that this world may be para
Millions of cradles beneath the moon
Are rocked and swayed by the winds of
TMnk of the millions of fledglings there
Nursed snd cuardod with constant care:
Think ot the mother love patient and
Nor doubt there's a heaven beneath the
Millions of cradles on bush and tree
Think of the' beauty for you and me
That bursts each year into radiant bloom
Filling the air with sweet perfume:
Think of ttw love that gave them birth,
Nor doubt that God still controls the
Millions of babes on the cradle roll,
Babes and birds and buds all told;
Each one a miracle of love,
A foretaste on earth of the life above;
And with such things near us who dare
That heaven is ever far away.
, -BAYOLL NE TRELE.
Twice Told Tales
Reason or Golnir, SIott.
New York World.
8ues canal shareholders complained bo
catiBe their usual 33 per cent dividend
was not bigger. The competition of the
Panama canal was suggested a, a rea
son for going slow. The world geography
ot commerce Is about to be changed.
Int It Anrfolf
Tjoultvllle Courier-Journal, -The
proposition to compel men ot wealth
associated with the New Haven to make
restitution to stockholders suggests a pre
cedent that will causa complications la
the finance ot the future.
Little Wendtll Holmes Emerson of Boston, was
resting sedately with his book In the park shortly
after u picnic dinner. He had eaten too much. Hi
knew perfectly well he had eaten too much and he
was very much surprised and shocked at himself.
He prayed fervently that no one would notice his
Just then a kindly old lady appeared and sat down
beside him. "Ah." thought Wendell, "I have sadly
Injured hor esthetic fccnslbllltles."
By this time the kind old lady was firmly .settled.
"My little boy," said she, "are you over eight?'
It was wonderful to see how the young Mr. Emer
son recovered his dignity. That a woman with such
outlandish grammar should dare to criticise him was
unbelievable. "No, madam," said he. proudly, 1
have overeaten!" National Monthly.
All for Johnny.
Mrs. Brigga is so good-looking that Mr. Brlggs
seldom finds It In hla heart to be angry with her.
but was really cross when she returned from Florida
"I understand,' he said, "that you passed your
self off for a widow while you were away, How
She admitted It.
. "You ought to be ashamed of yourself." said
Brlggs. "but I suppose you are not."
"Ot course I am not," said Mrs. Brlggs serenely
"I only did It on Johnny's account I wanted him to
have a good time, and he had IL You have no Idea
how kind all the man were to him. N. Y Times
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The most typical of Colorado's mountain rfiRorfco w
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