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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1014.
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Entries for the great Nebraska froc-for-all
political hurdle raco close this week.
: Perhaps Air. Bryan might get George Fred
Williams to sub for him as a chautalkcr.
; Did somoone say that municipal ownership
;was to tnko our water works ou of politics?
Now that the Irreprosslblo George Fred WIN
.llaras Is free tp talk all ho likes, he is as sllont
:ns a clam.
That Ak-Sar-Bcn waiting list will this year
:bo a reality by the tlmo tlio mombersblp gates
S "Can tho hot wave come back?" asks tho
jjBaltlmoro American. Yes, and will until King
SCorn is unto,
Every now and then Omaha's ball team as?
jsumos the role of phllnnthroplit In tho dona"
jtlon of games to rival teams.
: It's only a question of how long .those
3 schoolmaster tactics will win out ovor tho bad
boys In tbo sonato schoolroom.
: Base ball follows tho flag. If you do not
ibellevo, go to tho Philippines and see foryour
Sself. . '
J Thoso presidential nominations which wore
to show who's who In the dlutrlbutlon or plo to
"hungry Nebraska domocratfl uro mighty Blpw
It will bo Joyous nowB to tho ultlmato'con-
aumor kicking, against tho high cost of living
to know that tho freight rate on pig iron is
One would think that the cartoonist ot tho
senator's own newspaper would. , draw better
llkonessos pf Secretary Bryan and the senntor
S-when Illustrating their famous thought trans-
Minister of Foreign Affairs CarbaJal threat-
lens to doeert tho Uuorta shin unloss some acroo-
jment is soon reached botwoen tho contending
jforcee, Is It a hurry-up call or merely more
Wo agree with Brother Quinby that the time
jhos como to abolish the party circle, at least so
far as It counts tho one-cross ballot ns "Yes"
j-on a constitutional amendment which half tho
voters novor heard of.
: A trained nurse takes tlmo to Inform the
SNew York Times that' tho sacrednens or sex is in
;the domain' of psychology and not physiology.
'Now, If the nursep got this fever, what will be
'come of the rest of us?
If it's a question of keeping a domocrat con
nected up with the $3,000 sinecure oloctlon
commissioner Job, the surest way tp do that
jrrould bo to retain the democratic. governor who
appointed him In the first place.
Dr. KHphUt N. Potter ot New York has sent a
letter dot-lining the office of bishop of Nebraska for
which he was recommended by the 1ovul diocese,
navln recently accepted the presidency . of Jllobart
college at Geneva, N. ".
The article of, Incorporation of the" Omaha
Pottery company have Wn tn w(t thcu nw.
porators: J. f, Evans. Robert Harris, O, I'reacott
and J- W. lllcrlnbottom at Staffordshire, Entrland.
8. J. Howell and James V. Savage.
The city JaiJ under the( direction or Jailer Oorman
Is Ulrur whitewashed, and begins to look qiUe
GuaSteplian and Andy Monyhan are opening their
new aaloon on Sixteenth street, and iiweby extend
an Invitation to all their friends to be present,
Henley, JIa!r.a & Van, Arsdalo. nation men, who
moved to this city a short fine slnqc. have become
slcl; with the rtccesa ihey have met, and, ure movlnif
thelr stock tack td Indianapolis. - .
Frank Murphy, accompanied by his 'mother and
later, left for Madison. Wis.,-where the tomen will
upend the aMMmer.t
T. K. Budbcrouch and wife have srone to Boston,
-wberc Mr. Vudbareush m1 attand the Expreaamen'k
Mutual Benefit aKelat!on convention, and Mrs. Bud-
I borouifh wUl reuuOn east during Uu lumnier.
, Mra. Mary Morearty and Thomas Morearty,
liaothar and brother of E. F, Morearty. kav cone to
Massachusetts, where they will remain during the
The Crisis in Ireland.
WMIo wo in the United States havo been
harassed by our Mexican troubles, wo have
scarcely realised how critical have grown the
conditions confronting Great Britain In Ireland,
which soems to bo on the verge of civil war, un
avoidable, if avoidable at all, except by tho ex
crclBo of tho highest wisdom,
With both sides In Ulster armed, or arming,
a small provocation may start a fire quenched
only by much bloodshed. Tho unionists still
Insist that the question be submitted for popu
lar decision, but the homorulcrs naturally op-
pose giving up or delaying the fruits of a long
fought victory which thoy feel Is now won.
While so far King Gcorgo has remained In
tho background, It may yet devolve upon blm,
strange as such a turn would appear, to step In
and set popular government again to running
The New Haven Mess. .
Tho official Investigation of the New Haven
saturnalia is said to reveal the fact that the
Bolshazzars nt the feast spent millions of dol
lars as if they hnd been stage money. An an
alogy Is Impossible, however, for the reason that
thego bold captains of Industry squandered
other people's money out ot tho pockots ot In
nocent and unwary stockholders. And as we
faco the porlod of attempted reparation it is
needless to expect to restoro confidence In a
road thus ruthlessly stripped until tho public
has substantial and Impressive proof that such
a plunderfest cannot bo repeated.
While peoplo are Joking over the president's
psychological depression theory, they cannot
Ignore the part that this New Haven mess plays
in inciting public Incredulity. Ah legal action
Is undertaken In an effort to recover some ot
tho diverted millions for the stockholders, It Is
impossible to oxcuso cortaln directors who, only
because they played tbo roles of dummies, had
no active hand in the looting. It was their
high standing in the social and business world
that caused them to bo soloctcd as directors of
thin railroad, and on tho strength of tho confi
dence thus inspired many Invested their hard
earned savings in Its stock and securities. It
the accountability of dummy directors could bo
enforced It might afford a measure of re
imbursement to the victims.
Registration in California.
Tho statewide registration, whloh serves as
tho party enrollment in, California, has just
been closed, and foreshadows the relative vote
to bo polled by tho respective political parties in
tho Impending primary. Those registration
figures aro as follows: ,
Domocratlo , , 209,148
Prohibition .' 28,015
All others,; ,.. 7MM
'In 1012 tho vote polled In California for tho
presidential candidates of the respective partlos
(remember that tho republicans wore prac
tically disfranchised by being dented a placo on
tho official ballot for their electoral ticket)
woe: ': '
Republican (Taft)..... 3,914
Democratic (Wilson)! 33,436
"fVoRrcssIvo (Roosevcip ; J8J.010
' (frrlallat (Debs) 79,901
Noto that the California registration this
year proves to bo much largor than tho' rote
two yoara ago, although tho women had the
franchlso then as now. Note, too, that the re
publicans have gained 188,000 In addition to
tho 100,000 which tho progressives have lost,
whtlo the democrats have likewise fallen oft
to tho extent of moro than 75,000.
The Anti-Mosquito Raid.
. The crusade recently launched In' many
cities to exterminate the mosquito should be
taken up all over the country. Whllo more
formtdablo in some places than others, It should
not daunt a peoplo who have made such definite
inroads against pests and purveyors ot dlsoase
in general as wo have in lato years. Indeed,
we havo Included even tho mosquito In our con
quests to such an extent ns apparently to wipe
out that particular species that spreads the
germs of yellow f,over.
Of course, the American people have learned
the primary lesson in all such crusades, namely,
the relative value of modern sanitation. Clean
ing out the breeding places, doing away with
standing water or marshes and removing the
causo of moBqulto-broedlng, is the first stop to
be takeq, and that, as we say, has been taken to
a largo extent. But let the work bo essayed
moro genorally and systematically. If, as sci
entists tell us, the mosquito novor learns to
stray "far from the madding strife" of his own
native heath, that each humming pest confines
himself to a very small area of activity, then
the task should .be. all the easier.
Equality Before the law,
Our supreme coprt required two tries to get
right on the question of voting cltUenshlp, but
has finally put a stop to1 arbitrary disfranchise
ment ot foreign born voters by our election
commissioner. In other words, the supremo
court bos come around to the position taken by
The Bee in this matter from the first that no
discrimination can be legally made between na
tive born and foreign barn citizens in giving
crodence to their statements aa to birth and
naturalisation without charges sustained by
proof of falso statements. It the word ot the
native born citizen is to be accepted on the vital
qualifications for voting, tho oath of the for
eign born voter must bo similarly accepted for
hts qualifications as to naturaltzod citizenship.
Any other way, our boast of equality before the
law would be a mockery and a farce.
The inevitable and irresistible conclusion Is
that; the people ot Nebraska aro not . particu
larly wrought up by an overweening desire to
havo a Nebraska state building erected at tho
San Francisco exposition unless someone eUo
puis up tho money.
It may be all right to take Commissioner
Claxton'a word tor It, but possibly Tre had bU
ter hear from Mr. Carnegie beforo drawing
plans and spectricatlona ror that $100,000,000
worth or country libraries.
Looks as If tho democrats would this year
get the worst of it In the two-party tilings, for
which they, themselves, set the precedent In
their demo-pop masquerade. They won't llko
It quite so well with the tables turned.
Brief eontribnttons on timely
topics larlted. Tie Bee assrunea
no responsibility for opinion of
correspondent. All letters rab
Jet to eeadenaatlon by editor.
HovrHI'a Confession nud Avoldnc.
OMAHA, July 14. To the Editor of Tho
Heel In the state-wide primary of 1912
1 was chosen republican national commit
teeman from Nehraska, to succeed your
self by a majority of over H.W). Yom
were the unsuccessful candidate. Subse
quently the republican party met with a.
regrettable defeat. In your leading edi
torial appcarlnir In The Bee of Tuesday,
July 14, you revert to the campaigns of
1912 for the purpose of proving that I am
an unworthy republican, and hence should
not be chosen as the republican candi
date for governor this year. This is not
the first time that yoll have made this
charge of unworthlneea. You know tuti
well who urged the republican national
committee to declare my seat vacant so
that another republican deemed, by your
self, more worthy should succeed me.
Further, no one knows better than your
self that this suggestion was not favor
ably received, but that on the contrary,
at tho last meeting of the national com
mittee, held In Washington In December,
1913, Chairman Hlllen named aa a subcommittee-
to outline a proposed policy
for tho republican party respecting
representation In the next national con
vention, tho following named committee
men: C. B. Warren, Senator Borah, Gov
ernor Hadley. Senator Bmoot and R. B.
Howell. However, It would seem that
notwithstanding the fact that Chairman
Illllea and the republican national com
mittee can think only of the future of
the republican party that you, air, are
Incapable of doing so.
In concluding let me call your atten
tion to tho fact that your conduct while
a member ot the republican national com
mittee has not been deemed wholly above
criticism. However, so far as 1 am
concerned, the political dissensions of the
past are behind me, and 1 will not In
dulge In recriminations even though by
so doing I would assure my election ns
governor of Nebraska.
it. B. HOWEI.U
The New Drniintlatn.
SILVER CREEK, Neb., July H.-To
the Editor of The Bee: By tho news
paper's of July 11, It uppcars President
Wilson Is In a "fight" with the senate
over the confirmation of Paul Warburg,
of New York and Thomas D. Jonca of
Chicago aa members ot the federal reserve
Dut what right has the president to bo
In any such "fight?" It Is ror him to
nominate and ror the senate to confirm
It It sees tit; but ho has no right to try
to force a confirmation as he appears to
be trying to do In this case. A forced
confirmation Is really no confirmation
and Is no better, except aa to lookB, than
It would be ir the president were to make
these appointments without ever conde
scending to ask the concurrence ot the
in this matter we have only another
example of tho autocratic work Wilson
has been doing ovor slnco ho becamo
president. He Is It; his word Is law; ho
must bo obeyed "In Washington Just no
ho always has been obeyed 1n the school
rootn. Not long ago the president aald, aa,
rcpoHeO, that Sj per cent of tho Mexican
people havo no voice In their government.
But is It not a tact that since he haa
been president 100 per cent of tho
American peoplo, (leas tho ono-hundred-mllllonth
part, or thereabout) nave had
no voice In their government? Ho Is the
wholo cheese; he Is the solo repository of
all wisdom and all power, and the repre
sentatives of tho peoplo In congress as-.
anmbled might better havo been at home
whtlo he raado the laws without them be
ing there to bother him.
He appearn to have the democrats In
congress pretty thoroughly cowed so that
not one of them dares to stand up and
say his soul Is Ills own. And tho re
publicans are not much better .off. Oc
casionally one of them lots n faint squeak
of opposition or denunciation out of htm
and then subsides, when as a matter of
mere policy, If not of patriotism, they
should steadfastly and unflinchingly re
sist him at every turn. After ho proaW
dent has congress thoroughly subdued
we may expect him next to turn his at
tention tof the supromo court. And why
should he not also b master of the
supreme, court? If he may dictate what
shall be the laws, why-should he permit
a handful of old women In black gowna
to upset them? The thing Is absurd.
And this, aa 1 understand It, la the "new
freedom" that one man as self-styled
"leader" shall' be a despot and all the
rest ot us his abject, dutiful, grateful
And tho worst la that tho American peo
ple seem to be careless of It all. Business
goes on about aa usual; people marry
and are given In marrtago as usual; the
sun rises and sets as usual; crops grow
aa usual, and tV people do not seem to
realise that there Is going on today a
revolution more dangerous to their lib
erties than was the rebellion led by Jef
ferson Davis fifty years ago.
I.ntr Knf orcriuent.
OMAHA, July H.-To tho Editor of Tho
Ree: The other day the writer caught
himself repeating that hoary old lie that
the peoplo got Just what they wanted In
the way of law enforcement. The fact
Is that In actual numbers nine-tenths of
the people obey the laws and want othera
to do likewise. If they will not they
want tho officers selected for that pur
pose to compel them to do so.
Bui In this aa In everything else mere
numbers count little. Tht aggressive one
tenth which desired a wide open com
munity creates more noise than the atatlo
and Independent nine-tenths and actually
succeeda In convincing a goodly propor
tion of the nine-tenths that' the people ot
Omaha and Douglas county ar getting
Just what they want. The people are
masters only when they are awake and
not too busy earning bread and butter.
Let a few peoplo get busy In favor of law
enforcement, make a little noise about It,
enforce a law or two, bolster up every
officer showing pay streaks and favor
able out cropplngs and see what It Is
the people want. It will b worth while
Just to scotch this venerable He If for no
other purpose. 11. W. MORROW.
Matter of Patriotism.
True. Mr.Prealdent, there are congress
men "staying In hot Washington doing
their duty," but there are thousands ot
men all over the country staying In hot
cities, doing their duty, and they don't
claim any particular credit for It or re
gard themselves as martyrs In any way,
Recent Omaha Oration Arouies the
Risibilities of a Famous Humorist.
John Keadriok Bangs In Concsrnlnff Municipal Own
srahlp. JIcmv tu (let Somrtlilnn; for Notlilnar.
Entomological economics haa developed a new
leader in the person of a certain "blind orator" from
California who haa recently turned up In the city ot
Omaha to act aa the guide, mentor and friend of tho
cltlzena thereof In the management ot their municipal
affairs. This gentleman, as reported, has advanced
a delightfully novel argument in favor ot publio
ownership, based on hla own aasumptibn that 75 per
cent of tho people or most cities are without property
or any kind. The argument Is aa rollows:
For tho socialist to take over the public utilities
right now, while we have nothing, and let the fellows
with the property pay for them, Is the greatest op
portunity of the socialists. Take over the street rail
way company, tho electric light company, and the
Kns plant, etc. What if they do wont 120,000,000 for
tlio plants? Would we worry about that? Havo
wn anything to lose? Is any one afraid we would
go hroko In the enterprise? How could we? We are
Uro do now. How could we get more broke? Then
how about paying for these utilities, will be asked.
Well, let the fellows with the proporty pay for them.
That Is tho thing. The rellows that have property
can be taxed, and the 7S per cent without property
cannot be taxed when they havo nothing to tax. So
I say the greatest opportunity of the socialists Is
to get this ?5 per cent of tho population Into their
political utilities, and then let the other fellow pay
The limitations or space at our dliposal compel
ua to deny ourselves the pleasure or discussing the
economic value or the high morality ot this beauti
STni-TelonH Moderation Conimnitila Admiration.
H it be truo that 75 per cent or Omaha's popula
tion are "propertyless" we are very sorry ror them,
and would recommend that for their own good they
move on to other more prosperous climes where
things are more nearly equalized Into Russia or
Mexico, perhaps. Rut we may express our hearty
admiration ror the gentleman's marvelous moderation,
a quality not always characteristic ot leaders or
entomological thought To take the other fellow's
property away from him and then make him pay
for It Is or course going some. Dick Turpln. Jack
Sheppard, Captain Kldd, and other accumulators ot
unearned Increment acted on similar principles, as
the records or Tyburn show; and we must confess
that the Incident proves really how1 far civilisation
has advanced, ror what Turpln and Sheppard and
Kldd did. with tho bullet, our new economist would
accomplish by the moro peaceable means or the ballot,
Which Is well.
AVhy Htap nt Half-War Station f
Dut why stop, with making tho other fellow buy
his own property from himself and then give It away?
It the ballots of the. 76 per cent are to be made ct
roctivo thua, why not go several steps further and
by tho enactment of certain laws require the mulcted
S3 per cent not only to buy their own property from
themselves and then hand It over to the public, but
nlso to pay the propertyless 7C per cent ror riding
on the cars, and for using tlio gas and the electricity
aa well? The one thing la as easy, as legal, and aa
sweetly reasonable as the other. Let the flat go
forth. Confiscate all tho publio utility companies and
then establish a consumers' rate or compensation by
which those who avail themselves or tho services ot
the companies shall be paid ror the avallment. Here
after, If a man rides on an Omaha trolley, let him
be paid at the rate of M a day for so riding. Thl
may serve to qulckon tho pace at which the cars are
run. If a consumer of gas uses up 3,000 reet or flame
Ulumlnant ror cooking or other purposes, let the
Bcrvlco not only bo free, but award tho consumer
J5 per thousand feet consumed as registered by tho
meter. This will servo to Increase consumption,
thereby adding to the general prosperity. And
similarly with eleotriclty the consumer should here
after rocelve $3 per watt-hour ror all tho "Juice" he
uses. Or course such a procedure might be costly,
but what or that? Thero are still thoso happy a
per cent ot propertied persons to rail back upon. Let
them be rur'ther taxed If necessary to meet whatever
deficits may arise.
Ilentgcn Ileaulta Inhere In Principle
The most benign results must como from the
adoption et such a principle.. Not only will the
greedy be curbed and the needy onrlched; not only
will tho thrifty be humbled and the shifty exaltedi
but we venture to say that at tho end ot one year's
operation of this advanced Idea, even the real estate
of 'Omaha will come 'down to such a figure that It
will be wthln the reach of all save thoso who already
hold title to It. And no man capable of , sitting down
at all need be so poor that he may not hope to have
and to hold a corner Jot ot his own for aa long, a
time as some physically stronger Individual- rails to
come along and kick hlm'-ott.
Twice Told Tales
' Hla Literary (acrm.
Robert "yV. Chambers tills a story about a friend
of his who Is an author.
This young novelist." relates Mr. Chambers, ''had
a pretty hard time of It at first, and so had his young
wife. Money was scarce, and the stories he wrote
did not sell. The wife had but little respect for Ills
talents, and kept endeavoring to coax him to try
something elso, whereby ho could make enough
money for their aupport.
"One day, however, his luck changed and" he began
to make money, the tlmo soon arrived when he was
able to write a check for $100 and present it to his
wife aa a gift.
"Site looked at It and her eyes niled with tears.
" 'What's tho trouble?' the husband asked in sur
prise. " 'Darling she said, as she hastened around the
table and put her arm around his neck, 'I'll take
back all the mean things I ever aald about your
writing. This Is the best thing you ever wrote.' "
Rf femlnatr Method.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson were having a discussion one
evening- over Mr. Morris, a friend of the family.
"I don't see." aald Mrs. Hudson, "how you can say
that Mr. Morris haa an effeminate way of talking.
Ho haa a very loud and masculine voice."
"I mean by an etremlnate way or talking, my
dear," responded the husband, "that he talks -all the
time." National Monthly,
People and Events
Mayor E. 1L Crump of Memphis, Tenn., authorizes
the payment or E cents ror every rat killed and brought
to his office. He had been notified of two casea ot
Former Governor David R. Fnuvds of Missouri
chased a St Louis street car two block after tha
conductor had shut the door In his race, smashed the
glass and told' the conductor why he did It
Dr. James Thomas Rtxby haa developed a new
scientific argument ror the survival of the soul after
death; nevertheless, a single well-verified spook would
be worth more than an ocean of his "universal cosmic
The prince of Wales has Joined the Bachelors' club.
This is the first London club of which he has become
a member except the Marlborough, which on account
of Ua domination from Rucklngham Palace la not
really a London club in tho ordinary sense ot the
Boeton Transcript: What's Washing
ton's remedy ror psychological hard times
the psychological soup house?
Indianapolis News: That $700,000 melon
cut by the First National bank ot Union,
town, Pa., Is rurther evidence that the
banking business Is a pretty good one.
Washington Star: The apparent ease
with which It collects an Income tax In
calculated to arouse admiration tor tha
British government na an eftlclency prop
osition, Pittsburgh Post! In the matter or ratal
crashes tho motorcycle Is gradually cloy
ing In on the record ot the automobile.
But It la not the motorcycle's tault The
Wild rider la to blame.
Philadelphia Record: "Useful" men
aa well aa "practical" men are necessary
to tho advancement or progresslvlsrn and
social Justice. Harrlman was a "practical"
man; Perkins Is a "userul" one. What's
Boston Transcript: Secretary Bryan has
leased a new summer home at Ashevlllo,
N. C. The way that poor man haa to
struggle to keep tho wolf from his doors
Is positively pathetic.
Cleveland Plain Dealer: Senator Owen
has Introduced a bill to abolish the cam
paign cigar. The senator is bohlnd the
times. What la needed Is a bill to
abolish tho campaign box or chocolates
and the campaign bunch or rosos.
San Francisco Chronicle: Judge Sulz
berger or Philadelphia has ruled that
street crossings being to pedestralns.
Yes, but the pedestrian who asserts his
ownership In the race or a speeding auto
mobile Is certain to be put out ot court
and into the morgue.
Brooks Why aren't you wearing joi.r
Franklin The patent expired. Penn
"By the way," said Mra. De Stylo.
"Do you know or any poor person
who would care ror a discarded lorg
First Jew Dwenty years ago Goldstein
sold shoestrings on tho corner und today
he owns tho corner on which he stood!
Second Jew (excitedly) Und It he had
xalked up und down he might have
owned tho wholo block." Life.
"I don't caro much ror Lonelyvllle."'
"Why don't you move then?"
"Too many ties. One neighbor has niv
ctrd table, another my wheelbarrow and
a third my lawn mower." Kansas City
She And your rather gave tA
pounds for that picture. Just to show
how much you pare for art. I suppose,
Tho Son and Heir No; just to show
how much we don't care for 500 pounds.
CLICK 0' THE LATCH.
(Nancy Byrd Turner In Llpplncott's.)
The silence holds for It, tnust and truo;
The young moon stays for It, wistful
Winds that whimpered the sunset
Blgh tor It, low and light.
Click o' the latch, and he'll come home,
A stir in the dusk at the little gate.
Hush, my heart, and be still, my heart,
Surely It's sweet to wait!
The tall skies lean for It, listening
Never a star but lends an car
The passionate porch-flowers Stop and
Farting their leaves to hear.
Click o' tha latch, and him come home,
A step on tho flags, a snatch ot song.
Hurry, my heart, bo swift, my heart,
How did we wait so long!
Through the West
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Pa0l&
TO GLACIElt PARK STATION OR. BELTON ENTRANCE. $35.00
Attractlvo and sconlc park tours of one day, three
days and five days, including hotels, transportation
by automobiles, launches, coaches, etc, at extremely
San Francisco, Los Angeles. Portland, Seattle
H Including f'allfornln and Seattle, additional. .
YELLOWSTONE PARK -
To Gardiner, Cody or Yellowstono
Tour via Gardiner, all accommodations ,
Tour via Cody, all accommodations
Tour, in Via Cody, out via Gardiner, all accommodations. .
Tour, in via Scenic Colorado, Yellowstono; out via Gardiner
or Cody, all accommodations fS
Wylio Permanent Camp tours, from Gardiner, O days. . .
Wylle Permanent Camp tours, from Cody, 7 days
Frost and Richard conducted tours, from Oody
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TOURS.
Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo .SX7t50
Estes Park, one of Colorado's most attractive regions. . . .24.50
Salt Lake City, vrith stopovers through Colorado. . , ,m , 330,50
THE BLACK HILLS.
Hot Springs, S. D. .
Doadwood and Load
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THE BIG HORN P.EGION
Sheridan and Ranchester, AVyo., in tho beautiful Big Horn
Mountains gateways to Absarak Park, Eaton's Itanch,
Paradise Ranch, Piney Inn, Tepee Lodge, Mountain
Homo Ranch and many others S25.75
Thermopolls Hot Springs, Owl Creek Mountains 832.00
Cody, Wyo., cast entrance to Yellowstone Park; depot for it
Bar Itanch, "W-Planioud Ranch, Morris Ranch, Fahaska
Inn, Holm Lodge, etc 832.00
Homeseekers' Excursions First and Third Tuesdays
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Excursions," "Summer Toura of 2aclflo Coast." 'Tfsl
lowatono Park." 'tOody Bo ad Into Yellowstone," "Oolo-rade-Tellowatone
Tours," "Northwest Tours," "Oolo
dcMJtab. Handbook," "Estes Park," "Big Born
sorts," "Summer Tours -Westbound," "The Blae Bills."
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
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