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THE BEE: OMAHA, HATUBDAY, MAY 15, 1915.
THE OMAHA DAILY DEE
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drees will be changed a often aa reqncetexl ,
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SmUcteJ hy Mr. Af. X. Crene
77u man or too man oio fln&t etemvi real
fte and 1im iiktAin larpsJy, . remains
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Regardless of who wrote It, tho .not reads
Diplomatic notes atlll hold the pennant for
Nebraska republican! know that a united
party means 1918 victory.
The bandwagon of Greater Omaha can stand
conldrrable more steam. Btoke upt
The warm weather ought to ripen the re
mainder of those city hall plum right aoon.
- The document bears the stereotyped signa
ture, but the voice Is the Tolce ct the master.
If the . Electric Light company Is ready to
do the right thins, as It professes, why the hesi
tation? Special election to vote on Greater Omaha
consolidation June l: Mark it down oa your
Omaha voted for Sunday base ball; Lincoln
voted against Sunday theaters. Stop -over Sua
days in Omaha!
Bealdes a mountainous debit piled up by
war, posterity will also Struggle with a legacy
of hate. The evils that rulers let loose live
after them. ' ,
Among the major disadvantages of a crisis
may be reckoned the hairtrlgger views of
would-be statesmen fired at non-combatants
Considering the number and malicious tone
of rumors floated in stock exchanges. It la evl
dnt that bulls and bears possess more imagina
tion than patriotism. ,
King A k -War-Hun is unilmbering to resume
business at the old stand. In the realm of
Qui vera all subjects look alike, and differenoes
of euceatry are obliterated. ; . '
Emperor VMIain complains that his allies,
Austria aed Turkey, have not come up to ex
pectations. Still, the f German warriors are
doing tolerably well by land, air and sea.
Des Moinos has a new postmaster -but
then, republican hold-overs in Iowa do not have
the advantage of a factional tight between a
cabinet member and a United 8tatea senator.
At the outset of the melee Colonel Roosevelt
catapulated Mr. Barnes into' the Ananias club.
Mr. Barnes kindly render a like service tor
Colonel Roosevelt. Now let the Inside sentinel
step outside and lock the door.
' Three members of the. Bryan family at
tached to public payrolls, without Including
"Met," constitute an animated refutation of the
charge that "doHerving democrats" of Nebraska
are not receiving their due. .
M. KaaUnf. sanaraJ agant for AnhaoaaisBuach.
baa brought to IMa city a. pair of draft horsaa ra
garded aa tha lareeat tn Omaha, thalr total walfnt
bolua ovr s,coo pounda ad thar stand awantaan
haikda hl-h. They era bay color. Mr. Kaettnar brou-ht
thU Uam f rone alount Plaaaant, la,
"Tha woman who aichaasad oloaaa at the Aedant
Oidvr of Illbcrnlaur' bnd ball eaa find nor own by
callina at 13 Chioaeo atraat."
Mra. B. N. Torray of Oaatoa to ta the ottr TialtlOf
Ura. 1L K. Burket
At tha rooctlnt of tha Etato Daotai society at Un
tu,a. In. A. P. Jobnaoa of Otnaha pulkad out the
hcutor aa vice inriidcnt.
lir. and Mr. It R, Hudaon etartad on a Journey
to Boaton, wtif ra Mra. Hudaoe will runaha for tha
Ifra. M. D, Carroll, Tl North rUhWanU atraat.
d. !ra to anoounoa that aha la tntiodnelBeT K. R. Nor.
inr.Q'e ayatatn for uttlu Wlmw'l, ohildraa'S aad gen-
Hon. John T). Howa. ireneral aolicltor for tha Mlnna
a A Ouiaha, la in th city vlalUaa old frWnda.
Taa Burly. artit of tha Irion PaclSo paaaanser
(Irpartnirot at Baltimore, la la town.
Fleia Spoken and to the Point
The protest prepared by President Wilson
and transmitted by Secretary Bryan demanding
of the Oermaa government scrupulous respect
of non-eombantant lives and property on the
bUb. seas Is plaln-epokeu and to the point, and
unquestionably voices the sentiment of the
great majority of the American people.
The freedom of the document from obscure
diplomatic phraseology, and Its prompt publica
tion in our own press almost simultaneously
with presentation to Berlin, Indicates that It
is intended as much for the sovereign American
eltlsen as for the sovereign of Germany.
In the one paramount proposition It Is clear
cut, namely, that the United States will not
recognise or acquiesce In violation by any of
the warring nations of Europe of the lights
accorded by international law t6 our dtlMns
voyaging the seas either la neutral ships or la
unarmed merchantmen flying a belligerent flag.
This protest Is broader than all possible
claims for reparation for destroyed Uvea of
Americans It embraces all eitisena of neutral
countries and all non-oombatanta of belligerent
countries aa well. It Is a demand for observ
ance of an established principle ot I n tarna
tion al law, with notice that It disregard must
forfeit the benefits of that coda.
In view of Its constant effort to maintain
friendly relations with this country and smllst
our moral support, we may be sure the Oermaa
government, will to use a colloquialism it
up and take notice, and make aa effort, not
only to give us a satisfactory answer, but also
to stop the unjustifiable practices to which we
These Be Real Heroes,
Alongside the wanderings of Ulysses and
bis companions will be placed the exploits of
Lieutenant von Muecke and bis little band of
fifty sailors from the Emden. who have Just
turned up at Damascus. Six months ago the
Emden was overhauled and sunk by an Aus
tralian cruiser at an islaad in tha Indian oeean,
and a flninh was put to the spectacular career
of that dashing sea raider. A landing party, en
gaged on business ashore, eluded the fate that
overtook the rest of the ship's company, aad put
to sea la a commandeered boat. Now and then
some word has been had of their presence la
some out-of-the-way corner, but always have
their eyes been turned toward the Fatherland,
and their efforts bent at reaching back to where
they can be ot service to their country. What
adventures they have had, what difficulties they
have overcome, may never be known, for It
isn't like men of that stamp to tell much of
what they have done or how they did It. But they
have won the Iron cross with credit, and some
modern Homer may find in their story the foun
dation for another 6dyssey. The company that
sailed oa the Emden was made up of gallant
fighting men, and Lieutenant von Muecke and
bis fifty were not the least of the lot.
, Put on the Brakes.
The presence la tha police court ot a con
siderable number of motorists shows that all the
drivers are not giving to their position, the care
it should receive, Omaha ought to be a veritable
paradise to the motorist, Its broad paved streets
offering Ideal conditions for driving. Unfortu
nately, too, these same tine streets preseat aa
ever present temptation to "speed up," and from
time to time some thoughtless motorist allows
his car to get away from the speed regulations.
Other matters are also overlooked, and as
reault the careful drivers, who are la the big
majority, suffer because of the carelessness ot
the minority. It Is to the Interest of all that
proper attention be given to the management of
the huge cars that dart around the streets, es
pecially after nightfall; and this care should be
extended to the boulevards and the paved roads
leading out Into the country. A number of acci
dents have been noted lately that might easily
have beea avoided had the driver observed
strictly the rules ot the road and given consider
ation to the rights of others. "Safety first" Is a
mighty good rule for the auto driver, and Its ob
servance will not detract In the least from the
Joys ot motoring.
The movement among the republicans ot
Nebraska to organise for the campaign of 191
Is gathering torce. and with the Interest ot the
party aroused will bring , back ' victory to the
party's banner. This time is most appropriate,
tor a reunion of the factions and an end to the
bickering that has divided the party and made
it possible for the democrats to seise the power.
The prosperity of the state and the nation is
safe la the hands ot the republicans; democratio
ascendancy has always meant trouble, extrava
gance and maladministration. The republicans
have made good oa their promises In Nebraska.
The most salutary laws on the statute books, for
the regulation ot corporations, for the protec
tion of the eitisena, and for the advancement ot
the people in all their activities were put there
by the republicans. The party can point to a
most notable record, that of having enacted Its
every platform promise Into law, and those laws
are now oa the statute book upheld by the
courts and la full operation.
Only factional differences have divided the
party aad given the democrats aa opportunity
to secure control ot the executive and legisla
tive branches of the government. It the repub
licans will get back to the advocacy of proper
principles and submerge personal grievances,
success for the party la Nebraska will be
An official statement of the cost of war la
British ships; exclusive of warships, show a
total cf SOI vessels, and a life lose ot 1,658.
Since February 18, the date ot the war sons
decree, ' ninety-one merchant ships, mostly
British, have been destroyed by German sub
majines and mines, and 1.800 Uvea lost, The
life toll ladudes the loss due to the Biasing ot
the Lualtaaia. In the list are seven Norwegian
vessels, three American, three 8wedlsh, tour
trutch. three Danish and one Greek Teasel.
The claims department of the German govern
ment will be a busy inatltutloa for months to
"If Brother Charlie has been elected mayor
of Lincoln." observes the Boston Tranacript. "he
certainly has fractured one of the most long
standing traditions of the Bryan family." Go to.
Didn't Brother William achieve congressional
honors before the eclipse ot the silver moon?
Loaning to Persons
With Small Means
" USavary XHe-aat.
ALONO line prevloualy triad out alaewhera. there
wa rewmtly eaubllahd In New Tork a bank
haying for Ita purpoee tha making ot loana in
small surea on paraonal reeponeibtllty only. This In
stitution com Into direct competition with the mueh
expoeed hot atlir thriving loan shark. Ita auccaaa
would be a aerloua nndrnnlnlng of tha loan hark
bualneaa. It alma to accommodate tha man of amall
tnosraa who haa no bank account that la, tha man
with an Income of from 120 to PO a weak. Such a
man when la need of a loan of from Wo to tlOO can
ot e one from any bank merely on hla note, even
though his note be endoraed by one or mora of hla
friends. Oae raaon la the amallneaa of the amount
too little for tha bank to bother with. And yet thla
Poor man's note, with it tndoreera, may be quite as
good In Ita relation to the amount Involved aa the
note of some Biooh larger borrower who, having aa
account with a bank, eaa with no difficulty eecure a
loan of soma thoueanda of dollare. The man with a
small Income whan pressed for sso or Sioo finds hla
usual recourse to be tha loan ahark, or a lender on
chattel mortraa-ea. Rls alternative la charity, but
Setf-rcepectlng men. In dial Ike or . accepting charity,
commonly reeort to the loan ahark and thus auhtnlt
to naury. A third recourse which ought to be open
to him that of oredtt at a moderate rate of Interest
has been long oloead,
Of the operations of the bank recently establlahed
tn New fork to moat the beads of persons of thla
claaa, a writer In the New Tork Times Annalist aaya:
"The same eoadfOe prevailed In continental Europe
up to elxtr-fiwe year at. Now there are 17.000 in
dustrial end ether oo-oparattve banka In Germany
doing a total buelneea of nearly tt.000.000,000 a year.
In Italy tn IMS there ware eso people's banka, with
outstanding loans ef im.000,000. Tn France amall loana
are made amounting to hundreds of million annually.
The ftrat effort to provide similar banking facili
ties hare was made five yaars ago. when Arthur J.
Morris put Into operatic a echeme he had worked
out. now known as the Morris plan. Thla plan la
neither a swindle nor a philanthropy. It Is strictly
oa a buaineoa baala, and the borrower knows that he
la net relying npon charity nor paying exeeaetve In
terest char re, bet la merely reoeivtng the credit to
which he la entitled and la paying fairly for the
"The first of thane Institutions was establlahed In
Norfolk. Va., Mr. Morns' home town, fifteen yaars
ago. Others followed. Several of these are but a
few months old, and their establlahment followed the
formation of a central company which began business
lent June. Thla corporation was organised to assist la
atartma Morris-Plan hanks In other cities where they
were felt to be needed. It subscribes about 10 per
cent of the stock of each hank, the rest being taken
by local capital, and It supervisee aad helps In the
operation of each. One of the first new banka It
establlahed waa that In New Tork. which started
business on December B, U14. under the name of the
Mom a Flan company of New YorkJ Ita capital is
1 100,009, on opening1 day, there were eighty-three ap
plicants for loans, on the second day more than
100, the third day 900. the fourth day between 850 and
ett, and on January U more than 1.000. During Its
first two months, January and February, the com
pany made tm loaua. aara"atlng I S3, 780, aa average
of CtLffl each. At the and of that time there were
but Sevan dallnciueatclae la weekly pennants, only
two ef which ware for aa long aa one week. Of the
borrowers 47V were nan aad SS women. The average
weekly Ineotne of the borrowers was 177.10. The
favorite amount for loans was tlOO, of which there
ware SOS; la loans of SfiO were made.
The number ef loans made by all the Mbrrta-Plaa
lnatlrotlons up to" Daoamber n. ait, waa U.K15. The
average amount per loan was H2S.B0, Loseea from
bad credits have bean leas then one-tenth ef 1 per
cent. In leea than per cent of the loana have the
lndoTsers beea eeltad upon to pay anything. ' Profit
of the bank have beea at the rate of TJ per cent. The
plan ef tnakthg the loana la almple. The applicant
must furnish references as to hla character and must
give Information as to his Income Re must have at
least two Indoraera or comakers of situation and in
come at least as good as his own. For each tee bor
rowed he ae-rees to pay tl a week for (0 weeks. The
Interest Is deducted la advance, so that he receives
but If- Bhonld be tail to make a payment on time
he Is fined t cents and notified of his delinquency. If
he gets a week behind, his oetnakers are notified.
They may be relied up to eee that he catches cap
again If he can, Bhonld he fan to do so, the co
makers take hie piee la tneAlng the weekly pay
meats. The profits of a Morris-Phua am party ere-oartved
not only from lending tta capital, but also from lend
ing the prepaid interest, the Incoming payments and
money eorraapondlnaT to deposits for the plan has Its
laveetmant aa well as its borrowing aide,"
Since DeceMber, 1914, the Hat of new eompanlea
organised to operate under the Morrla Plan has In
cluded banka of New Haven. South Bend. Hartford.
Bridgeport and Worcester. The Brtdgepert company
was the twentieth to come Into the field. It began
buatnees en April Vt, the Worcester company on May
1. and a company at Salisbury, N. C, oa May L The
company In BaUabury has a capital of $40,000, the two
New Bngtead eompanlea each 1100,000. Similar insti
tution will soon be organised at Colurabea, O.; Wat
erbury. Conn., and other eitlaa. Over 17,800,000 haa
bean loaned, thus far, by fifteen Morris-Plan com
panies, to over exeoe borrowers.
- . e
Twice Told Tales
rwoloel the (tenesmi.
There is a famous British general who hates to
aee hla soldiers wed. One day a Tommy eame to him
aad naked pennfaufcm to marry.
Tha general, hoping1 to cool the maars ardor, told
him to go away and oome back again a year from
that day. and If he was than In the am mind per
mission would be grrsn him to marry When the
year had passed the soldier repeated hla request,
"But do you really still wish to marry? asked
the general. In surprise . '
"Tea, air, very much," ajuraaored Tommy.
"Well, yon may marry now," said tha general, "I
never believed there waa ao much constancy in man
The soldier tWutad auad prepared to leave the room,
bet when he sot to the door he turned around and
said: Thank ,rom, air, but It isn't the eame women."
-Pittsburgh Chronlole-T olograph. 1
A Misn DU,
When the fary In a western court found the ate
euaed guilty of the ertme charged, the prlaonar roae
tn the dock aad dramatically exclaimed:
"May heaven strike ma dead if I am guilty!"
The Judge waited a few snlnutaa, and then ealdt
"Prisoner at the bar, eteee Providence aee not eaa
fit to Interfere, the santenoe ot the court will now be
People and Events
Even for ncatoeabatante war Is all that General
Sherman eaid. Jww Tork has aa exhibit ef clay
models from 1X7 sculptor depicting the horrors.
A llndt te the stae ot packaga that poeocngcfs
may carry tn New Tork eubway trains la under coa
elderatton by the Pubito Bervloe oommlaatoa. It refare
t vtstbha paokagea only.
With atnaalaaT Indifference te ludtolal llghtaing.
the Brooklyn Eaxle comments en the Impropriety of
lodges taking three months' vaoatlona whUa ooart
Socket are crowded and litigants piaadlneT for no
tion. The Bagl. probably, haa feathers to bum.
Mure than ASOS eottaeee have bean bout on gov
ernment furaat landa by eummer resident under the
permit aystam. Tba Department of Agriculture as
handling the boat aces. Tracts ef five ecree or leas
are leaaad far thla purpose for pertode not to exceed
For Prredoaa aad Jaatlcr.
Ef BTIK, Neb., May 13.-To the Editor
of Tb Bee: I have taken your paper for
some time and read all the correspondence
In The Bee's Latter Box with Interest
and today I aee a letter from F. A. Ag
new criticising our administration. If he
were m President WILeon'e place 1 ex
pect ha would have the good old United
States plunged In a war ever the sink
ing of the Lusitanla. when all papera
were full of the warnings from Germany.
We all feel deep sorrow for those con
nected In any way with that terrible acci
dent. My father waa a t'nlted Statea
Soldier and served his country regardless
of the administration, and at this critical
ttme let every man that haa any honor
do the earns. Help our president Instead
of hindering him, la my motto.
And I also aee in todaVa Bee the plea
Leo Frank la making for Justice, It la
a shame and a disgrace to the state of
Georgia to execute a man that ha not
been pfoven guilty beyond doubt, and he
has not. Why do they Insist on hla death T
True. It will be a death for a death, but
they are not aure he la the guilty party.
I am an Irish Itoman Catholic and I
pray God justice will be shown Chia
man end the death penalty changed I
don't think any man has a right to say
another ahall die or take another's Ufa
unless It be in alf defense. I will pray
the day la not far off when capital pun
ishment will be no more. Hoping . you
will publish thla letter soon.
MR C. KIXOSBXLA.
No a 0ae4tea of Waralaa.
SOUTH OMAHA. May lTo the
Editor of The Bee: I consider the letter
aigned "Dr. H. Gerhard" la an Insult to
every American cltlaen either native or
foreign born. If I would sand word to a
man that I would, kill hire If he went
to a certain place and he would laugh
at my threat, and then X would kill him,
I do not think any court would save me
from electrocution very long. It la not a
question of whether the people. Including
women and babies, on the Lusltanla, were
killed by German a, English or. French.
It la almply a question of humanity. Im
mense numbero of our good German eiti
sena either deplore or denounce the elnk
Ing of the tAialtania and I have heard
German eitisena any It Is one of the
greatest crimes ever oomrottted. The
German citizens whd want u to be
neutral, like Gerhard, but flaunt their
cause in our fares every day, instead ot
insuitlne us about the "few" people who
were killed en the Iiusltama, Would do
better If they would keep atin.
F. A. JkOKBJW.
ays No'thtnar Comparable.
PLATTSMOtrTH. Neb., May 14. To the
Editor of The Bee: For the benefit of
Senator Hitchcock and hla bunch of
Oerman friends who paaaed resolutions
attempting to Justify - their government
in elnklng the LualtanJa, will yon kindly
print with this the verdict of the 1uryT
The more determined the effort to
yuatify or excuse, the worse will he the
affect on world opinion.
In the history of wars there Is ne sin
gle deed comparable in Ita . Inhumanity
and Ita horror to the . destruction, with
out warning, by German torpedoee of
the great steamship, with more than 1.S00.
aoula on board and among them more
than 109 Americana. A. W. ATWOOD.
Plen to For. Ravetml Ties. ,
OMAHA. May taTo tha Editor' of
The Bee: America, la one vaat 'meltl&c
pot of the races of the world. Here we
have a free press and free speech. Condi
tions hare, political or eoonomlo. are,
what we by eomanon agreement make
tnem. But there are those who do not
become true Americans. They flee here
te escape the army eervioe required of
them, beoome American eitisena, legally,
but seem to think they atm owe al
legiance to to the old country. Now, more
than ever before, Americans must for
get their racial ties and Judge with Im
partial minds tha events of thla war. It
la not our duty to settle thin war with
the eword. Enough blood has been shed
now. We are not prepared to fight any
foreign country, except on our own ter
ritory. Here, I know, ne hostile nation
can ever invade ua. Now we want not
pro or anti-German sentiments, but
The Luattanla huadent la to be re
gretted. Germany waa legally in the
right The Luaitanie was heavily loaded
with contraband. Germany aad England
were morally in the wrorur. England
should not have allowed passengers to
he aboard the, ship Ignorant of Its cargo.
On the other hand, Germany could have
given more definite notices. Never before
has any country stooped to sink a ship
laden with defenseless paaaengera It
would be well to prevent any neutrals
from visiting the war zone, except offi
cially, for such sensatlDn-aeekere en
danger their country aa well aa
eelvee. However, no amount of apoio-
giea afterward can make the matter
Of course, the Germans c refer that we
should not furnish the eWea with ammu
nition. The Germans make their own
ammunition, and tf they could cut off the
supply of the elllea, they could dictate
terms to them, A German bullet causae
aa ally Just aa much pals aa an ally a
bullet made tn the United Statea does a
German. To cut off the elllea' supply at
this crisis would be to favor the Ger
mane Thank goodness, our present adminis
tration la not bloodthirsty. I think It la
fully capable of defending the country's
honor, without suggestlona from dtlaena
who know "what they would do If." etc.
Our fiery cltlaen who are ao anxious to
fight ahould be made to aboulder a gun
and seek the fighting. O. H, CV
Trlbate to Ella A. Bnukla.
OMAHA. May 11 To the Editor of The
Bee: Miss Brakln came to Omaha with
hey parents In 1864. So that, of life's
Stan of sixty-one reare, she paaaed fifty,
nine of them In Omaha re residence
votiohaafed to few even of tha pinnae ra.
She and her father, J. H. Brackln. and
hla family had aeon the future Omaha,
a mere aucleue of poor houaae cluster
ing around the vicinity of Ninth and
Harney street, expand to Its present
growth, embracing e total of I0O.O0Q
people. Mlae Brackln eaa, thereore, a
pert and parcel of Omaha, and In all
her travel, loyal to the city of her adop.
turn 'almost of her nativity. She poe-
eaeed a fine In tall act. a discriminating
and ubeei ant mind, enuaual descrip
tive power which ehe frequently exercised
to the great pleasure ef her friends In
recounting her experiences and travels
Peprlved of her parents at an early
age. she accepted and performed life's
duties and reeponslbllltlea aa they arose.
Well Informed, of a poelUve nature, ahe
had her own opinion and conviction,
but whatever ehe eld wae dictated by a
natural aenae of Justice and upriarht
deaUng by a natural roedneaa of dl-
This was especially noticeable'
doesn't ret up In a cr 7Z,!Z?
woman hia aeau rniiaoriini
practical and personal Intereat
ahe took for many years In the
e home. In the Young Women' a
aaaoclatlon, In the hoepltala
our vaiioua clvto and religlooa
aocletlee. To minister to the
the sick and the afflicted of thla
was her greatest, almost her
wa mum have no secret from eaoh other.
IOU must leu me rrnjunm. ,,
Mr. Paphedde But-er-realiy. I dent
know everything. Public.
a charter member of the Firat
Preabyterlan church, and It may be a
remarkable coincidence, as mentioned
at tha piano? .,, ,
ty Rev. Dr. Jenka. that while Mlse
Brack in'a mother wae the first person
to have bean buried from the church.
Ml Brackln herself my prove the last
xtert (Miunas aa it sn w
her claae yell to music, Yonkers States
STJUDAY BASE BALL
The contest takes a sudden torn.
The catcher's hands beat, to burn.
When Billy Sunday playe. ,
many years it had been Mlae
custom to take the flowers with
she weakly aupplied her church,
and distribute them herjelf eaoh Sunday
among the alok and the poor ot her ao
qualntance.'bringlng Into their Uvea the
a miles Of 'God. Carrying everywhere the
silent, yet' V"t,nt influence ef these
flowery messengers, she could aay with
I all piaoaa, therefore, tend a4 eeaaons
10iv:i a,i.u uteu' uMt anu awut
Teaching us, by moat perauaaive reasons,
How akin they are to human tblnga.
child-like credulous affection
we behold their tender buda expand;
Smblema ef our own great Teaurrestlon.
Bmblama of the bright and better land.
ARTHUR C WAX It LET.
"Toe don't awe a lot of women staring
t a man," napped the woman.
"you dontr auarreeted tha mere man;
look what happens to a man when he
Talccs yon there
and baclc on few
your engine run
Standard Oil Company
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BUSY BEE BOYS
It's lots of fun to play Daddy-long-legs
and walk with stilta. Wt)
TEN PAIRS FREE
to the ten boys that bring ns the
most pictures of the stilts before 4
P. M., Saturday, May 22d.
This picture of the stilts will be in Tha
Bee every day thla week. '
' Cut them all out and ask your friends
to save the pictures In their paper tor you
too. See how many pictures you tan aet
wto.t,hm 10 B me. tur
uay, may zzd.
The stilts will be given Free to the bora
or girls that send us the most picture, be
fore 4 P. 11.. Saturday, May lad.
, ' jt. iHrk thai
thin; n your mouth to tell If you havej
' -Boe the month I the .f,, TM
tha hot air cornea from." ttelUmore
. , ,.vi iwm. r, are nil I led
Bacon What la your daughter Aetna
The globule on a tangent file.
And c knaves a curve up la the skies
As quirk aa scat before our eyee.
When Billy Sunday plays.
The minute he Jerks off his eoat
The brewers lose thalr old hook gcet,
When Billy Sunday playe.
The demon Rum receive a awat
Upon a very tendor apot . . .
Whtoa knocks fclra where If S awful hot.
When BUly Sunday plays.
He makes a hit and steals thfrd beae.
And then slides home upon hla face.
When Billy Sunday piers.
We all are balled out on a foul.
And while the bleaehere coach and howl
We pay him tithe without e growl.
When BUly Bunday plays.
Hla pennant In the wind unfurled.
He give a goose eft to the world.
When Billv Kunday plays. .
Hs moves the ministers to wall.
And makes the devil shrink and qnau
The Lord Hlmaelf must hit the trail,
When Billy Bunday plays.
Omaha, WILXJ8 HTTD8PETH.
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