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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
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VICTOR ROSEWATEH. EDITOR.
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dress will b changed at often aa requested.
What's a treaty between friends, anyway?
War newa from reliable sources Is The Bee's
Bat the deadly grade crossing must not be
overlooked In the shuffle.
'Nebraska Is a pretty good place to live In
times of either war or peace.
A political campaign la quickly crowded oft
the boards by a military campaign.
Keep Informed of the progress of the war
up-to-the-minute by reading The Bee.
"Be calm," says President Wilson. In other
words, keep your head cool and your feet warm.
And the Nebraska farmer continues at peace
with the world while he roils in his bumper
' The war seems to have blocked even Kansas
City's search for the thugs who. stole the late
election, v' '.''.
. If his wife's doctor gives permission, "Tom"
may stick a little longer before again with
drawing. i. i . ' ' i - . -
A Hearst paper suggests putting W. J. Burns
on the trail of the missing dove of peace. What
has the poor dove done? ;v : ' 1 -
A lot of American tourists will return from
Europe tp thettane of that fine old song, "And
We Won't Go There Any More."
"Does the sun shine in the summer at the
North Pole?" asks an anxious reader. Respect
full referred to Old Doe Cook.
Local bankers give reassurance against
financial disturbance. Now let them assure us
that they will sot raltte the loan rate.
Of a throng of refugee American tourists
reaching Copenhagen only one got bis baggage
through, and he, as you might guess, was a
theatrical press agent.
No politics in the Water board! Not at all!
Only a $8,000 general manager, a $8,000 office
manager and a $1,000 supernumary chasing
around as candidates for office.
A thousand million dollars of emergency
currency! That's $10 apiece for every man,
woman and child in the United States! Ours is
surely a billion-dollar country.
Over 100,000 women were expected to cast
their votes In the Kansas primary Just held, but
we will wait for the official returns to find out
just how many really exercised the right to cast
Half the officers In the American army are
said to bare applied for official detail to observe
the military movements In Europe. None of
them are resigning, however, to offer their serv
ices elsewhere. ..
Take note that Senator Hitchcock had to go
to New Tork to see Mr. Warburg before Mr.
Warburg ronseated to go to Washington in re
spocse'to the demand for his appearance before
the "quiz". A-bninUtteet ' ' . '
Vr-. . ri J
Her. Kliphlct Potter, recently elected to tha bishop
rto of Nebraska, la expect ad to be In Omaha neat
Sunday, but it la understood that hla presence hare
la not to be understood aa reconsider! Ion of hla
declination, to accept tha place.
Tha aaphalt pavement Is being torn up near the
poatofflca to make way fur a sewer pipe to tha gov.
Tlio order of 'the city marshal prohibiting lad lea
wearing .the garment known aa v Mother Hubbard" on
the streets la kt 11 the topic of violent discussion.
Mrs. L. H. -Korty left fur lenvr.
Jacob Heitn.a.i baa Uen appointed special police
man for the ii. & M. passenger depot.
la a communication received by the city council
Charles J. Flyou tt Ui'lta the work of pruning the
treea on Jefferson square." ' ,
Mra Alma Keith haa gone to Kearney. '
Willi P. MoDevitt and William Murphy left oa
a tour of r rt-atlua to Colorado and tn I lock I cs.'
J. A. Tuner & Co., cjrner Truth and Harney,
weiita to hire I'tni for work in Missouri; wages.
110 a day; fare. t per itarn.
James . Callahan has been appointed liiapetor
Of gregae pa vie.
Like the conflagration that starts from a
spark and cats up everything within reach, the
war fever feeds upon Itself, and we are now
witnetiiing the rapid spread of army mobiliza
tion that threatens a general European war
with probable world-wide scope.
In his time, 8wlft referred to war as "thnt
mad gsme tho world so loves to play," and we
have plainly not yet outgrown the war game
for which the great nations of the earth have
been keeping themselves constantly equipped.
All we may now hope in that the arena of the
conflict may be defined and restricted, although
with such tremendous forces engsged In It no
one can tell where a clash will occur.
The reluctant entrance of Oreat Britain in
aid of its treaty allies leads to the belief that
the question of naval supremacy, as well as of
land superiority, will be fought out. It gives
us the ominous picture of a British Armada
guarding the North sea and the British chan
nel promising spectacular engagements.
The entanglement of Great Britain and
France also destroys, In part at least, the idea
of a struggle merely between the Teuton and
tha Slav, for tha new alignment forces Anglo
Saxon Britain and the Latln-derlved French
man on the same side with tbe Blav, and pre
vents a division of sympathies on strictly racial
The fact that war Is becoming so general In
Itself may force reflection and a bait at leant,
that roust be the universal prayer.
Where Arbitration Triumphs.
Industrial . peace scores a triumph in the
signed agreement of the representatives of
ninety-eight transmlsslsnlppl railroads and
their 60,000 englnemen to submit their Issue to
arbitration. The triumph, though, lies in the
fact that, as the agreement runs for at least
eighteen months. It evidently contemplates legal
force under the Newlaads act to bind the awards
of the arbitrators. It will be recalled that the
chief complaint of the employes, when first
asked to arbitrate, their differences, was that it
guaranteed nothing, because the railroads had
failed In the past to abide by arbitration agree
ments as the men construed them. It will like
wise be recalled that Judicial decision has re
cently set its seal of approval upon the binding
effect of tha Newlands act, under which pro
cedure In the present case is to be had. Only
with a law to enforce such compacts are they of
much value. ,
The agreement was secured as a result of
the president's personal appeal to the patriotism
of the contending parties and tha general In
tervention of the Federal Board of Mediation.
It would have been surprising if, with the tre
mendous stake involved in such a strike, both
sides had not yielded to their better Judgment.
An important factor simplifying the situation
still further is the withdrawal by tha roads of
their counter claims. This means only the
original claims of tha employes arc to be pre
Our, Commercial Opportunity
Without undue selfishness in seeking It, the
United Rtates will have thrust upon it by tha
exigencies of the European war an unprece
dented opportunity for advancement of commer
cial prestige. ,
Manifestly, while tha war lasts and for some
time after, especially It a prolonged struggle,
we shall have to supply Europe with much of
Its food and many other articles. Wa shall not
only have to supply the belligerents, them
selves, but other markets, which they have been
furnishing. In certain lines this Includes South
America. It is to South America our commer
cial interests first turn, because it should be our
field naturally, although we have sat by and
seen Germany eclipse us in the competition for
South American trade. Just as England has out
done us in the Orient.
Of late, however, the United States haa been
giving closer attention to tha study of South
American and Oriental needs and desires, as
well aa friendship. In China, we are admittedly
getting on a rather firm footing, but we have
also been cultivating our Latin-Americans with
a good deal of promise. Now, surely, if we treat
them right In this transport of substitution and
properly follow up temporary advantages, we
should be able to hold at least our share of their
trade in the future. '
Merit counts in foreign aa well as domestic
business. We have the goods and our goods
have the merit. As our consular department
has repeatedly made plain, the chief reason why
Americans have suffered in many foreign mar
kets, in competition with other nationalities, is
that our manufacturers and merchants have
given too little heed to special demands of those
peoples, while the German, the British and other
business men have studied them and fashioned
their wares accordingly. The United States
seeks no undue advantage at the expense of un
fortunate or war-mad sister nations and it will
be taking none to make the most of this oppor
tunity and push Its own unquestioned commer
cial r'fbts. ...
Relief Under 0. 0. F. Law.
It is noteworthy that the Aldrlch-Vreeland
act comes to tha aid of Uie government at present
In Its prompt response to the financial emer
gency needs created as a result of the European
war. This republican law, Wulch democratic
politicians have freely assailed In tha past, now
enables the secretary of the treasury and comp
troller of the currency to Increase the circulating
medium by $1,000,000,000 and place at the Im
mediate disposal of the national banks the $500,
000.000, which. It Is believed, will sufficiently
fortify them against any encroaching burdens of
the present situation.
As a further precautionary measure, the
clearing house associations have decided to is
sue clearing house certificates until the stress
ia over. This, of course, is done more as a
means of protecting our domestic gold supply
than anything else, and must not be taken as an
evidence of Inherent financial instability. If
any country occupies a superior position finan
cially far the uncertainties of the threatening
war it is the United States.
Those Chinese putile water bills doubtless
serve their purpose by making Joba for a half
dosen additional political computers.
Scoffing at Mars.
Posies for a Boss
Wsll Street Journal: For once the Inno
cent bystander should get all the beat
IlaltlmnM American: And now that
Europe has war, what Is It going to do
Philadelphia Bulletin: The donor of The
Hague peace palace Is keeping quiet these
FL I-ouls Times: The Spanish fleet la
mobilising. It does not know why, except
that It Is a European habit nowadays.
fprlngfleld Republican: There are some
thousands of people abroad to whom
America will look very good When they
see It again.
Doston Transcript. If the militants are
aa good on the defensive as they are on
the offensive England haa mighty little to
fear from Invasion.
Washington 8tar: Europe has no Idea
of using the mediation talent this teml
sphere haa developed In connection with
the present crisis.
Washington Post: Halting between a
choice of thoae 67 different uniforms, the
kaiser Is beginning to find that war Is all
that General Sherman said It was.
Kansas City Ktar: Anyhow, the czar's
plan for universal disarmament, which he
suggested early In his reign, la found to
have been quite completely abandoned.
Indianapolis News: There Is also a fear
that the present unfortunate state of In
ternational affairs may Interfere with the
grouse shooting seaaon In Oreat Br'taln.
Philadelphia Preaa: In theae war times
the only congenial thing our well-known
secretary of state can do la to swing
around the Chautauqua circuit; and he
does It. "
St. Paul Dlapatrh: It long has been a
disputed question which European nation
furnished the best fighting men next to
Ireland. Now perhaps the question may
New Tork World: The latest news from
Europe la that the prince of Monaco has
mobilised his croupiers and confiscated
the spare cash of forty-seven more foreigners.
Bait Lake Tribune: It Is reported that
the populist party haa been revived In
Nebraska. Who la he?
New Tork World: Aa Britain's first
strateglo step, it might be well to send
the militant "furies" to the front -
Philadelphia Press: It seems anoma
lous, but they were actually depending
upon the War Lord to prevent war.
Philadelphia Inquirer: It strikes us
that when Secretary Bryan lectures on
Sunday he ought to at least demand time
and half time for his work.
Philadelphia Record: Blessed are the
peacemakers, especially . If the place
names in the European war are going to
be as bad aa they are In Mexico.
Philadelphia Ledger: Even If all the
Russlan armies In Europe ahould bo
defeated and captured, the csar still has
an enormous army of deaperata man In
Milwaukee Seminal: Now look at this
peace. loving nation of ours. , A month
ago we sold to Greece two great' war
veeaala. ' Both will be In tne war game
now shocking all nations.
Pittsburgh Post: Fortunately we hare
the wheat to meet .the Increased demands.
from Europe, but Americans, do not take
kindly to. paying more for bread because.
other nations are at war.
6t Paul Dispatch: American neutral
ised citlsena scurrying off to Join the
war forces back at home are. obeying a
natural impulse, but 1 they may find
trouble growing' out of U later.
Springfield Republican: Bombardment
of Belgrade seems to have been purely
wanton, not a military, but a punitive
measure, it is the one nanasome and
well-built city of a nation of peaaants
and villagers, and Its destruction would
be a great lose.
Washington Post: Borne brldea of last
June aren't a bit surprised at the rumors
of general wax.
New York World: Oyster Bay was on
a war footing long ago, but there has
been no press censorship thus far. .
Washington Post: It Is understood that
Bos' a Daniels' leniency won't go so far
aa to permit Annapolis cadets to carry
Wall Street Journal: Economists who
think a European war would stimulate
business here have a permanent object
lesson before them.
New Orleans Picayune: If he hurries,
Huerti may arrive In Europe In time to
witness a war-drama that will cauae Mm
to forget the troublea which drovo him
Pittsburgh Diapatch: The general
European war will be a conflict of
tongues, but It la believed that the ma
chine gun can be understood without re
gard to language.
Bt. Louts Times: The European situa
tion offers an excellent opportunity for
Manuel, Dlas. and all other past-potentates
at the Spaa, to "come back."
Paltlmore American. Europe ought to
think twice before It makes things un
pleasant for American tourists, as that
Is where much of Its money comes from.
A murderess In Sing Sing la beangt
taught English and la being waited oa
by half a dosen attendants, at a coat to
the state of s a month. In Chicago a
woman thief Is to be given music lessons.
And yet a New Tork woman. Ill and de
serted by her husband, adopted the ex
pedient of trying to sell one of her babies
to keep the other two from starving.
Odd Jlewa at CaBsbrtdare.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb.. Aug. . tBpeclel.)
The Odd Fellows of southwestern Ne
braska will hold their annual picnic In
McKlnley Park at Cambridge. Friday.
Aug. T. There will be programa bctlh.
morning and afternoon, a picnic dinner
and a district meeting of the grand lodge
In tha evening. '
There will be a ball game between
Hendlcy and Cambridge In the afternoon.
Dlsrasafort la Ueavrratt.
It la unfortunately a fact, that when
l lg business a uneasy smaller enterprises
are aura to ahare the discomfort to a
greater or less extent
Shoald Stick to First Derlslea.
Aurora Republican: Ti. 8. Howell's decision to
enter the primary campaign toy governor Is a sad
mistake. With two sack men aa Rosa Hammond
and J. It. Kemp already In the field there waa no
occasion for It and It can have no other result than
to create a lot of unnecessary bitterness among those
who disapproved of Mr. Howell's course In the last
campaign. Under the peculiar conaHfcttis then, ex
isting, every republican had a perfect right to de
cide Individually what course he would pursue, but
thousands of republicans believe that Mr. Howell
had no right to hold a place on the national com
mittee while openly fighting President Taft, and this
belief Is by no means confined to thoae who opposed
Mr. Roosevelt Mr. Howell's first decision to keep
his name off the ballot ahould never have been
changed. It la not too late, even now, fort him to
correct the blunder by returning to hla original
'! Ciet to Flrat Ban,
Herman Record: R. Beecher Howell will do well
to follow Typewriter" John and not go Into the
campaign. He won't even get to first base.
a i O
Not Entitle to Ran as Repabllcmn.
Silver Creek Band: Kemp, Hammond, HoweU,
Telser and Cteptccha are th self -nominated repub
lican candidates for governor. The last two are
Jokes. Howell is not entitled to recwgnltlon as a re
publican. Kemp and Hammond would both make
good governors. Sand favors Kemp. He is honest
vigorous and progressive.
Concedes Ills Owe Wexkaesa
toup City Times-Independent: Howell of Omaha
has finally gotten Into the fight for governor. A few
months ago he said he could not accept the nomina
tion for If he did It would ruin his well laid plana
for the success of the municipal water board which
ha felt ha alone could run, and now that he has ac
cepted the nomination he aaya he feela that It would
be a benefit to the Water board It he stepped out
Does he foresee hla weakness 7 It sv, he Is quite
Caadldaey Not oa the Sqaare.
Tekamah Herald: R.' B. J Bo well of Omaha haa
filed for the republican nomination for governor.
Just how strong his candidacy may become before
primary day It will be rather hard to determine. It
would look to the residents of eastern Nebraska that
bis candidacy had been brought about by the desire
of some Interests to defeat the candidacy of Roas
Calla His FIllasT a Mistake.
O'Neill Frontier: R. B. Howell of Omaha, presi
dent of the Metropolitan Water board of that city,
has filed for the republican nomination for governor.
The Frontier Is of the opinkm that he made a mis
take tn filing for governor at this late day, when the
field was already pretty well filled.
Shall Treaaosi De Rewarded t ,
Grand Island Independent: R. B. Howell of Omaha,
who haa announced himself as a candidate for the
republican nomination for governor, haa drawn the
fire of The Omaha Bee, the only republican paper of
the metropolitan class In the state. The Bee, under
the title "Shall Treason be Rewarded T" make as Ha
main charge that of treachery to the party of which
he was an officer two years ago, declaring that:
At flrat working stealthily under cover, he finally
became emboldened to the point of appearing In per
son before tha supreme court of the state in a last
desperate effort to disfranchise the entire republican
rank and file of Nebraska by depriving them of evea
an opportunity to vcAe their party national ticket
Every republican will remember the . attempt , to
which Editor Roaewater refere, It was to ( deprive
any man from the right to vote tor the republican
nominee. In a defense tn The Bee today Mr. Howell
entirety avoids this chargat and addresaesilraseaT en'
tlraly ' to personal matters between himself ajnd the
editor of The Bee, his predecessor as national com
mitteeman. It is scarcely to 'be -doubted that in the
event of his nomination, many republtcana wilt heal
tats to place the future of their party tn hands that
only two years ago desired to dlafranchlae them. -
Will Have Oo -aoaae.
Plattamouth l Journal: If Howell 'is expected to
sweep the state .at tha prims. ry,' what "does Rosa
Hammond and Sanator Kemp expect T Our opinion,
la that Howell will have to go soma to beat either
one of them.
Not the Klaa te Be Itoatereg.
Bridgeport News-Blade: R. B. Howell is not such
a man aa the republican voters of the tt .hnuM
honor with the gubernatorial nomination.
Thlckeaa Plot a ad Clear It Vp.
Gering Courier: The plot thickens also clears uft
R. B. Howell, a prominent Oman an, haa filed for
governor. In our humble opinion, tbia abaolutaiv tn.
sures th nomination of Roas I Hammond.
last a Mia with a Uabby,
Kearney Hub: R. B, Howell makes municipal
ownership and stock yards resrulation his nlatfnrw.
He doea not touch at all on th real vital Issue of
retreachment and restoration of economical and sane
government ia th state. Is Mr. HoweU a man with
Terse Tall Gola aad Coaala'.
Kearney Democrat: R. B. Howell la smarting un
der th collar because Victor Rosewater Is lambast
ing him for turning tall on th regular republicans
after having been elected national committeeman and
pledging to antd by the republican nomination for
president In 111, but now that Howell has turned
tail on the progressives by becoming th republican
candidal for governor, w haas been wondering what
the progressives will do to Mr. HowelL When a man
turns tail on both factlona of thoae who have beetf
hla friends, he appears to be In .a position, to ge
caught in the old darkey's bear trap wMoh ."catches
'em a-goln and a-comln'."
Haver Let Oa ( m Salary. . .
Fremont Tribune: R. B. HoweU. secretary of the
Omaha Water board who draw )5.6n0 year from
the city, haa not resigned his position. Neither has
Richard L. Metcalfe, chairman of the Panama Canal
Opening committee tendered his resignation from tha
116.000 federal job. Both are campaigning for gov-'
rnor at th public expense. The fashion of reaigne
Ing from other positions when seeking office haa not
yet become contagious, though there are some ex
amples of it
Never Mevea Till He Waatea Tatea.
Plattamouth Journal: Th state railway commis
sion has answered R.. B. Howell's request that .it
make a physical valuation of th Union at oak yards
at South Omaha. Th commission say that If such
a valuation is neoeasery. the farmere and stockmen
are th ones who are directly interested In the matter,
and It la with the farmers to raise their vote If any
kick la coming, and not Mr. Howell, who la a candi
date for governor and who no doubt has taken this
course to oreat some Influeno among ta stockmen
and farmers of the state. Th railway commission
readily see th point Why did not Mr. Howell think
of this before he became a candidate T -
Naaae Parted la th Middle Qaeera Hiss.
Syracuse Journal: Two more' republican hare
entered the rare fur governor. They are R. Beecher
Howell of Omaha and a' man who lives at Beaver
City, we forget his name. Howell la all right' If be
did not part his name In the middle. We nade a
vow years ago never to vote, for a man who doea
that Roas Hammond for ua.
"Yes." said nonchalant Mr.. Wornbut,,
"I was In Egypt."
"I suppose you stood awestruck before
the grand and solemn sphinx T" . .
"VVell, I gave It the once over." Pitts
He What do you charge for your
Lodrtnghous Keeper From two guin
He But I am en actor.
She Then It's two guineas down. Lon
"Is there anything special In the case?"
asked the reporter of the bank president
whone cnehier has stolen tl7.-
"Tes," mused the president, "you may
say that we did not trust him Implicitly."
"Pa, what la a strategical error?.' .
"That'a the kind of error your father
makes, my boy. when your mother Is giv
ing a party and he forgeta to enter the
house by tha back door." Birmingham
"If I were you I wouldn't attempt to
build a 110,000 house." declared the ar
chitect. "Why not?"
"Well, you say you only have $10,0oo."
Kansas City Journat.
"What's the matter, John? Tou act
like a fish out of water."
"Say rather like a man out of gaso
line, my dear," responded John, sa the
auto came to a halt. Kansaa City Jour
nal Polly When they came back from their
wedding trip he had Just $2.60 In his
Peggy Th stingy thing. Boston Tran
script. Grateful Patient By the way, I should
be glad If you would send in you bill
Eminent Physician Never mind about
) I hat. my dear madam: voil must act uiiite
strong first Philadelphia liecorl.
"There's one thing 'bout Jail," aalil t,e
former convict,. ihtt malien a- migtitv
strong appeRl to most of us."
'"What s that?"
"Tou don't get no music with vour
meals. "Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"They say thnt Napoleon would nver
Send a one-armed man out to recruit."
"Why not?" ,
"He claimed that It waa a bad adver
tisement for the war game.' Kant-ai
City Journal. . ... , ,
THE SITE OF WATERLO0.
Stephen Phillips In the Poetry Review
Forbear! This Main la still too deaf with
This soil too sanguine for thy stucr lies.
Shall Earth where reeled The Guard thy
villa pen. t -Where
nations, groaned be heard .the
A mans on mark where In the gathering
murk, - '
Those terrible gray J horsemen so did
Here wilt thou daretto live, where such
men died ,
And on that memorable dust reelde!
Here only ever let the solemn moon . .
I'ninterrupted weave a splrit-hoon;
Here only falter down a pensive dew',
From skies too wistful to be purelv blue.
But shouldst thou build on consecrated
Then be those houses filled with sjiectrai
sound 1 1
Of clashing battle and the ghostly war.
Of charalng noata against the battered
Let solemn bellow of hollow cannon
A dreadful cavalry lMtada the gtoomii
I'ntll In awe -of thoae -who fell or fled
The living flee from the mor living
That ilenc''now too conscious ls-'JTor
sound, ,,' .
It broods upon itself and Is self-bound.
Then let no builder of this field 'have
lease, -' - '
"Tis let to .Time, the property of Peace!
is j. .. h" .
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lent xadiluea e fared for the eauoatioa of yonag women. Conservator of
Mttslo and Art. Tralalag Bepartasent for Teaonera of Yooal aad Zastrumental
as Oslo, Bomestle BXitsaoe.
Oa mils from Bubuoae. Tour aad ae-kalf hours' ride from Caloesr.
Blreo railroad eoaaeettoaa with Omaha, St. Paul aad St. Louis. - a
Bxtenalve rrooais Plaerlos. rinsly eauipped baUditt-s, froatare 490
feet, rrtvate rooms. Normal Coarse, Crammer Department. Bnalaeas Coarse.
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Rockford College for Women
Accredited to the Worth Caatrel
AsaoetaUoa, Berree ef B. A. and
B. a. Broad eultare, with electee
vocational eeareea that (it lor Ufa
aad lor sail -support. Taoulty la
eloee tones, wilt th glrle. Choaea
body ( tmaata. Xsalta aad
aiety paramoaat. Vare air, pure
arteslaa water, flae campua. slew
fireproof dormitory, si settle Uffat.
team beat. Oood table. Cat
locae. Boa W.
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Hl.ti etcbool tsjtf Owllrgsj CbuiWi ullat i
bachelor jf Art, Btacbolor of L.Ur , usf
bachelor of teWUoi dag rasa.
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