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Thought for the Day '
Saltcttd by Jan Brownta
" Tort nevrjdgt another nor otwletn. amthtr
withrut' thertby condemning yonrtif."
The tUr of enterprise la Omaha westward
take Ha way. v . .- -
Find the fiend, give htm a fair trial and the
punishment that flta the crime! ''
Beyond a shadow of a camera ' doubt,
Omaha's "finest" puts up a good front. '
W hile the season la not completely over, thU
years' tornado crop looks llfce a flat failure.
Peace prayers may Dot have achieved their
purpose, but they certainly have done no harm.
Compared with other growing cities, Omaha
has enlarged Its territorial area mighty little
since the very beginning.
Should the plumed regiments' of Italy's
army carry their decoration Into tha fray,
feathers are bound to fly. .
Dame Fashion seems to continue la doubt
about affecting the military styles for womea
despite their growing' popularity for men. '. '
Mount La mo a 's activity Is premature.
E pouting mud without the provocation of a cam
paign Is highly discourteous to the profession.
After putting Greater Omaha on the map
the cartographers may again turn their un
divided attention to revising the map of Europe.
Campaign unity pells efficiency In getting
out the vote for Greater Omaha. The higher
the vote the greater tbe Impetus to growth and
Our electric lighting company Insists that it
baa been and Is Acting In good faith. Well,
then, good (alth demands putting Into effect at
r.o tbe rate reductions admitted to be overdue.
It Is such fiendish, murders as the one that
has Just shocked Omaha that justifies the reten
tion ' of capital1 punishment for extreme cases
where guilt Js unquestioned and without pallia
Oar Katioaal Wealth.
The United. Stales census bureau has just
given out Its estimate of the material wealth of
the country, fixing tbe tout value of all prop
erty ia the United States at 187.78,000,000, or
Sl,5 for each man, woman and child In the
country. These figures are just a little' beyond
the grasp of the human mind, our can a good
illustration be given to convey an Idea of their
immensity. If Noah had set oue of his sons at
working to count, at the rate of one each second
when be came off the ark, 5,000 years ago, and
the task bad been kept up continuously, dsy and
night, without cesatloa from that time until
today, the tale would still be thirty billions
short of the total. -
The leaps with which we are accredited with
accumulating material wealth in the last fifteen
years are equally stupendous. Ia 1900 the
wealth of the country was returned by the cen
sus at 182,303.000,000; In 110 the figures
were 1100,178,000,000, and in 191Z It was set
down at ' 1176,416. 000,00. Bixty-five years
ago, U 1860, the material wealth of the country
was placed at $7,13.O0O. Today one state.
New Tork, Is rated at f 28,011,000,000, or more
than three times the whole country's wealth in
18 CO. Illinois racks second to New York in
wealth and Pennsylvania third, each being cred
ited with more than fifteen billions. In per
capita wealth, excluding all property that la not
li&ted for taxation, governmental, educational,
rharlUble and religious Institutions, Nevada
lauks first, with 84,865 for each of its citizens,
and Nebraska Is fifth in the list, with a per
carlta wealth of 12.954.
Comparative figures are available only for
the British empire and Germany. In 1904 the
wealth of the British empire was eatimated at
$108,280,000,000. tt which 172,997,000,000
was for the United Kingdom. At that time the
wealth of the United States was set at 1107.
104,000,000. In 1908 tha wealth of Germany
wns returued at $77,884,000,000. These coun
tries have undoubtedly made increase la the
years that have elapsed since their last esti
mates wete made, but it Is not probable they
have kept pace with the wonderful advance of
the United BUtes,
The Tyrolean Cockpit.
History, with modern variations, is booked
for repetition in the houtheastem slopes of tbe
Alps, when the plumed warriors of Italy join
issue with the legions of Austria-Germany.
Half a century and six years have passed by
since battling armies contended for mastery In
this cockpit of southern Europe. In the spring
of 1869 the present aged emperor of Austria,
then 29, commanded Victor Emmanuel to disarm
and dismiss the Italians of other states of Italy
who had Joined the army of Sardinia. Napoleon
III held a grievance against Francis Joseph
about that time and quickly rallied to the sup
port of Emmanuel. Together they chastised
the armies of Austria, drove them out of Lom
bardy and finished a succession of victories at
the battle of Solferino, sear the shores of Lake
Garda, which forms the bare of Austria's wedge
Into northern Italy.
Italy's chief gain by this war was the fecon
quest of Lorobardy. Napoleon and. Francis
Joseph made terms of peace satisfactory, to
themselves, leaving Emmanuel holding the sack.
Tbe French emperor annexed a slice of the
Riviera and the duchy of Savoy as compensation
for his services, and Austria wss allowed to
hold Venice, Venltla, Trentlno and Dalmatla.
Seven years later, when Bismarck bad Prussia
ready for the seven days' war, Emmanuel 'Joined
in the fray and forced Austria to cede' Venice
The Italy of today is vastly different from
the ttaly of 1866. Then It was a collection of
divided and Jealous states. Todsy it is a united
Italy and a greater fighting force' than at any
time in Its history. Whether it will recover the
territory twice wrested from Austria by the first
Napoleon remains to be determined. With the
exception of the lowlands adjoining the gulf of
Venice, the mountainous boundary line is un
surpassed for defensive purposes, and renders
invasion of Austria a perilous undertaking.
Father and tha Family. . v
We knew it would come, even if tbe waiting
was long, and that In time father would receive
some attention. He Is now ' getting his. A
pseudo-scientific body has added to other enter
talnment at the San Francisco fair by announc
ing that fathers should share with mothers in
responsibility for the family and the care ot the
children. More than this, it is proposed that a
federal, board shall be created to take charge of
this important matter and look after the train
ing of fathers along right lines.
Good old dad! At last he is to share in the
uplift. All he has to do nowadays is to hustle
for food and clothing for the family, to supply
its pleasures as well as Its necessities, and make
such arrangements for the provision of these as
will continue some time Into the future after
his taking off, He must help Willie and Mary
and the rest of the little folk In their work and
their play; he must tend the furnace, look after
the lawn, fix it with, the landlord, the doctor,
tbe grocer and all the rest of the host his family
bring htm into contact with, and when this fs
done he can snatch a little sleep .between times,
so lie can hold his Job and be able to deliver the
goods every day. And new, he Is to be permitted
to have some share la the responsibilities of the
home, and to be especially trained in order that
he mtyvbe properly fitted for his new duties.
Ifa a great world for dad!
Actloa of th Kohonk Conference;
A resolution endorsing In earnestness the
course of tbe administration in maintaining the
United States In an attitude of. rigid neutrality
and for its insistence on regard for the rights
of neutrals was about as far as the Like Muhonk
conference could go and not violate its own
strict regard for neutrality. But some strange
sounds disturbed the placidity ot the atmosphere
around that Adirondack lake during the week.
John Grler Hlbben's virile statement of the
American idea, followed by a vigorous discus
sion Of the need of being prepared for national
defense, gave a novelty to the proceedings that
relieved them of much of tho ' insipidity that
has attached to the purely academic debates
usually had at these gatherings. The purpose
of the Mohonk conference Is to forward affairs
of humanity by discussing, determining and dis
seminating plans for action, and this time it had
international arbitration for its theme. Its
action is only potent through Its moral influ
ence, and the fact that It did listen Co speakers
who urged bettor preparation for national de
fense is a proof that Its members are alive to
tbe importance of the topic. ,
The Ethics of the Oath.
- The Pee a few days ago reproduced In part
an article from a technical legal msgatlne on
the ethics of the oath, in which' the author
dwelt with great emphasis on the multiplicity
of instances in which, we require a solemn ad
judication. We have come to awear to every
thing even more than we swear at everything
from a tax schedule to a voter's register, or an
Insurance application, not to - mention every
form and refinement of Judicial procedure.
Taking oath so often Inevitably means taking
oaths lightly, and the overdoing ot the oath
taking business is at the bottom ot the all too
prevalent perjury; .
But where the ethics of the oath has sus
tained Its severest breakdown is not in exces
sive swearings, but in the deliberately planned
conspiracy ot distortion and falsification 'by
which an evasion ot the law or miscarriage of
Justice is aimed at. The framed-up evidence in
court is the perjury that ia deadly, but. unfor
tunately, the law draws ao distinction between
false oaths so concocted and the merely careless
swearing to routine documents. To constitute
perjury it is, or should be. the intent that
counts, and the manner, method and purpose of
violating the oath should determine the intent.
As 4 matter ot fact, however, prosecutions and
convictions for perjury are almost as rare as
convictions for high treason, which doubtless
helps explain why perjury is so common.
Up to date ou,r two amiable contemporaries
are both knocking rather than boosting tor
Greater Omaha consolidation. Don't hang back
because Tbe Bee baa led la this progressive
movement. Greater Omaha Is big enough for all
our efforts. ,
Considering bow readily the courts vindi
cate Coloael Itoosevelt. his opinion of the judi
cial system should go up a notch or two.
r TiOTom aontrim.
SOME WONDERFUL, movie film have been ex
hibited In Omaha recently llluatratln graphically
the prooeaaee of nature, animal life and far away geo
graphical and geological formatlona. yet opening sut
a VI at a of the poaaibilltlea of thetua of the camera
reproductlona for purpoeea of Instruction and educa
tion. I have been thoroughly convinced for quite a
while that tha future of the movie Ilea In Its adaptation
to tha achoolroom. and the college laboratory. I was
much g-npreeaed by a description onoa given ma of a
acreen portrayal showing the growth, of a roea buah
from a tiny aprout to a large piece ot shrubbery laden
with magnificent flowers that had leaved, budded and
btoaaomad aeemlngly right before hla eye, and all in
their rich natural colore. It struck me almost aa a
work of necromancy or wizard's art. I afterwards
learned that thoaa pictures were made by training a
cinematograph earner In front of the growing plant
with a Urn clock apparatus adjusted to snap a photo
graph at fixed periods of so many minutes or hours as
might be desired. Tbe film, which it took weeks or
months to produce, when later unrolled at the custo
mary speed, thus spread before the eye in the course
of a comparatively few minutes an -unfolding of na
ture In Its completeneas, whlrh no ena could see or
grasp In any other way. The moving pictures of sub
marine life, the views of rare Antarctic animals In
their fro sen homes, tha motion photos of ioebergs.
volcanoes and glaciers means that It will be but a
ehort time -till all the visible wonders of the world,
and many visible only through the microscope er the
tfleacope, will be brought to ' us instead of making
long Journeys to see them.
Just think, what nature study can become for the
school child with the help of the movie! I have al
ready put It no to Superintendent Oraff and to Roo
ert Powell, aa member of tha Board of Education, that
on planning our new school buildings we should look
ahead, and as a progressive community, make pro
vision for the Installation of the moving picture ap
paratus. A lot of expensive, and Often unavoidable
equipment, for experiments in physics, chemistry and
other sciences, would be made unnecessary because
motion pictures of them In the successful operation of
experts will fill tha requirements better.
. The same suggestion is equally good for our hew
medical college, for rare and difficult surgical opera
tions could be demonstrated on the screen as well aa
In the operating room perhape better In affording op
portunity for leisurely and more careful observation.
For this purpose,' the new teaching hospital should be
prepared to make the film pictures, as well as to show
those made elsewhere. .
. I saw an announcement In some publication the other
day that the University of Kansas had Just estab
llshcd a department which la to send films of edu
cational value to schools In various parts of tha state
applying for them at no expense except the carrying
charges, to be shown to the pupils In the local theater.
The time, I feel aure, win soon arrive when the school
movie lesson wilt go around the circuit Just like the
traveling library in serial sections aa scientifically and
artistically prepared to fit the course of study as the
Irresf stably attractive text-books that have been de
veloped for modern school use. '
It Is always gratifying to originate an Idea that
"hits It off." so to speak, and It goes without saying
that I am particularly pleased to see bow the sug
gestion I made at the Appomattox Peace celebration
hare for tbe striking of a memorial medal by con
grass is taking hold. When the oommtttee In charge
of the exercises here waited on me at the Inception
of their plan I gave them some helpful advice, mora
especially with reference to enlisting the co-operation
of the children In the public schools, which was
adopted and followed out On the day of the meeting
Captain C E. Adams called agala to urge me to be
personal! present, and the thought flashed upon me
during sur eonvereation that It would be quite appro
priate '.or the assemblage by resolution to call for
some ore last mementos of the fiftieth anniversary'
of tiie hletorln concluding act of our great civil war.
A little laterj Judga Fawcett, who had been selected
to preside, notified me that the subject had been
broached to him by Captain Adams, and that he
would call on me to present the resolution embodying
tha proposal, i which I hastily wrote, and which was
received with unanimous approval. But It bas not
stopped there-for alt the local Grand Army of the
Kepuollo posts have formally added their endorsement,
and a Grand Army of the Republic post In fian Fran
claoo bas taken similar action. And now the Nebraska
state Grand Army of the Republlo encampment has
re-adopted the original resolution, and the local
Grand. Army men who are Interested are bringing
tile matter te the attention of other state encamp
ment with a view finally to securing endorsement by
the national encampment Of course, nothing tangi
ble may yet, come out of It, but, Just the him, I
confidently bop to b the possessor of a Semi
centennial Appomattox Peace medal before another
Appomattox day rolls around.
Borne kind friend who bas not disclosed hi identity
has sent me several copies of a weekly paper called
"Topics" that was published her by Fred Ny
way back In 1890. being a venture into prona! Jour,
nallsm that baa bad many Imitators since then. The
contents ahow a k combination of home-made and
ready-made material, stock humor from the eastern
funny papers, and local humor, politic and pictures.
On. number bas a cover ptec portraying General
Thayer a "a Nebraska Don Quixote" mounted on a
wooden animal with ars of eorn where real ears and
tU ought to be, and carrying a Jagged sword labelled
"cutting corn rates," while an audience of Incredulous
embattled farmers admire the pose. Another number
Is decorated with a cartoon of the county hospital
with the member of the county board buried beneath
It-all but "Dick- Berlin, who pirouettes on the cen
tral cupola from which his full flowing beard warts ia
the breese. I had almost forgotten that tbe genial
"Dick" had furnished ua with the facial prototype of
the Irideecent James Hamilton Lewi until this
brought It all back to me. Those glorious whiskers
of "Uncle Dick s" must account for the unshakable
social popularity which he achieved In his younger
days and kept to the very and. long after they had
gone out of style and had been discarded for more
up-to-date hirsute embellishment Fred Nye's Topic"
eould not have had a very prolonged career, for the
first number was pulled off the press In March and
It seem to bsv bloasonted and faded away by the
Un the leave began to fall.
The Omaha-Portland excursionist. Ured but happy,
and with pleasurable remembrances of the trip, ar
rived in twq special car attached to the Overland
train, The entire party did not come back together,
Messrs. Harden and Met atorplng at Denver. Gellt
ghan and KurU atopptng at "alt Lake City, while
DoaaeUy and liw wnt through to Baa Francisco.
General Pasaanger Agent Xustl of the B. A K.
Is back from Chicago, whero he attended meetings
of tbe Transcontinental, the Utah and Colorado asso
ciatlona .Passenger rate on ail Una ware reduced
from IJ6 to CM S3; rata to Bait Lea City and Denver
were reduced from VA to (site.
Tbe atreet railway oorapaay has put oa Its sum
mer car for tha eaoo.
Tha aid oourt house at Sixteenth and Faraara was
old this mernlKg by W. A. Pax ton te Contractor
Alnaoow to b removed immediately.
Abeu) SOO people listened to Rev. ' Mr. McKalg s
lecture. "My Prison and FugtUva Life," deliver! at
tha Seward Methodiat Episcopal church, , being the
narrative ot tb speaker' army experience.
Officers Whalea and Mostyw chased toad dog
for three hour today. It was rn-at seen oa Sixteenth
near the JaU, was pursued to Hanscoca park, and
front there to tha goveruiuet oamaL
SECULAR SHOTS AT FULFIT.
Philadelphia Record: The Toronto pas
tor, who waives salary and will take
the plate collection, bas been reading
about Mr. Sunday.
Louisville Courier-Journal; "No man
ran forecast his . life," according to a
dogmatla philosopher. On the contrary,
work, rest, work, rest, work, and fin
ally what we speculatively term eternal
Kpringfleld Republican: One Presby
terian clergyman, high up in the denomi
nation, proudly reminds us that the au
thor of "the note," a It Is now called.
Is a Presbyterian elder. An elder states
man touch there wu in It surely. The
Presbyterian enthusiasm may be disre
garded. Brooklyn Eagle: If the Presbyterian
Blue Book la right, a general assembly
committee will report that the body has
no ' Jurisdiction over Union seminary,
and waive the subject Between waiving
the subject and waving an antt-hersey
flag, dignity may well prefer the former
Houston Post: Billy Sunday says If he
had millions) he would establish a borne
for aged and broken-down preachers.
Billy hasn't millions now, but be Is mak
ing fine progress toward establishing
home and comfort for one aged and
broken-down preacher, when he arrives
at that stags himself.
Pittsburgh ' Dispatch: Rev. Albert
Vogel, 98 years old. preached for an hour
and fifteen minutes In a mission Sat
urday night without getting' tired. Tes
4erday be preached at a Southslde
church, of which he was pastor many
year ago, and there waa no return of
his being disabled. He I said to have
preached nearly every day for the last
month, and presumably Intends to keep
mtjshigs of a cyme.
Most girl allow their Ideals to de
velop Into mere husbands.
Don't waste your time worrying about
the time you have., wasted.
Unfortunately tbe man higher up Isn't
always worthy of his hire.
Of two , evil the optimist choose
neither, - the pessimist both.
Perhaps ail the world loves a lover
because pity Is akin te love.
It's easy enough to be generous te a
fault If it's your ow fault
Laughter Is the wine of life, but a
good bit ot It is via ordinaire.
Some women prefer a diamond tiara
In this world to a halo in the next.
No labor union has aver been organised
that eould regulate the wages of ain.
A man can always pocket hla pride,
but a woman, who generally has more
pride.' Is handicapped.
Many a big man has Just as small
thought as ha the elephant whose mind
is centered on a peanut
'Lots of people who complain that they
don't get all they deserve should really
Prosperity baa ruined many a man, but
If a fellow Is going to be ruined at all,
that 1 undoubtedly the plaasaatest way.
i SIGNPOSTS OF FEOGEESS.
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The United States of America Is by far
tbe greatest steel producing country on
earth. Germany come next, with Great
Britain third. -. ,
.United State government 'Irrigation
projects complied or under way represent
an expenditure of more than I86.000.0DO and
Involve the reclamation of 2, MO, 833 acres.
Great piles ot refuse around Scotch Iron
and coal mines, regarded for year a
wast material, are besng utilised for the
manufacture ot brfck.
It la believed that an excellent substi
tute for silk ha been produced In Panama
by crossing the bloom of certain wild
fiber plant with a species ot oossiplum.
The result Is a staple of textures finer
than oocoon silk, but with a tensile
strength about five times . greater.
The United States geological survey
find that secondary metals, exclusive et
gold, sliver. Iron, steel and platinum,
worth nearly 160,000,000. were recovered
last year from Junk and waste In Ameri
can manufacturing and railway centers.
We are beginning to be economical.
Recent sale of tbe United State gov
ernment toUllng t3S.tOS.000 feet of saw
timber In the Otymplo national forest In
western Washington, mark the opening ot
this hitherto taaoossstbl storehouse of
timber, estimated to contain a stand of
83,000,000,000 board feet.
A church for every thousand inhabi
tants Is the status In the Urge cities of
the anthracite regtoa of Pennsylvania.
Scranton, with a population ot 129.3ft,
has 129 churches, representing twenty
two denomination. Wiikes-Barre. with
47,106, ha sixty-six church, of fourteen
denomination, and Hasleton, with &4t3,
baa thirty-three churches ot nine denomination.
People and Events
The fall fashion note sent out from
Cincinnati says skirts are to show the
ankles. Well, what are the spring skirts
"Chew, smoke, and eat onions" Is the
recipe for long life glveen by an Ohio
centenarian. The holder docs not need
to borrow "atmosphere" for a life story.
A man and a 'woman got Into a fight
In Allentown, Pa., the other day. Folic
arrested them and the Judge sentenced
them to get married and live happily
The ninety-first birthday of former
Vice President Levi P. Morton slipped
by the other day without bracketing the
stock claim of elderly youngsters: "I'm
Just as young as I ever waa."
Word come out' of Washington that
some base swindlers are working in the
country district selling bogus associate
memberships In the Gridiron club. If sny
of the crooks are caught the customary
Gridiron roast will become realistic.
New Jersey persists In cultivating liv
ing wonders. Eugene Cowell succeednd
In having abolished the office of deput7
supreme court clerk of the state, which
position he filled at 11,600 per. What
grievance he had against a successor is
not stated. ,
Dan Cupid boldly defied the god of wax
by pulling off a wedding on the battle
ship New Tork while the fleet waa in
the harbor. It I said to be the first
event of the kind on 'a warship and con
firms Admiral Dewey's statement that
the navy l fit for any taak.
A local medical society request the
health authorities of St Louis to require
frequent examinations of waiters suid
others handling food for the general pub.
11c for communicable disease. Evidently
the claim that doctors are overworked
now bags at the knee.
A pleasant bit of anonymous charity ha
gained publicity by what appears to have
been the little slip of a philanthropist of
many aliases. The Red Cross fund In
New York, through It treasurer, Jacob
It Schlff, ha received seven letters each
signed by a different name, but In the
same style, and announcing the enclosure
ot a 830 contribution. Each letter con
tained the 830 stated, but the seventh
waa better than its word and contained
1300. Hence ' the search for on "B.
Brown" by the pusxled treasurer.
Missouri's ls-year-old heavyweight girl,
who tip the' beam at 6S7 pounds, lent
an animated decorative touch to the lux
urious union station at Kansas City, the
other day. She waa there as the bride of
M. A. Gowdy, tall, lank, and weighing
118 pounds. "It may be that nobody
loves a fat man,", giggled the bride,
"but there are men who love a fat woman
didn't I catch a husband T" Where
upon she smothered the bridegroom wrlth
a caress that was some cares. The
report of the depot reception gives the
impression that Mrs. Gowdy Is a "sweet
young thing." looking perfectly lovely In
her golng-away gown.
. , TABLOIDS OF SCIENCE.
One census report iftows that prevent
able medicine and sanitation savs 500,000
Uvea annually in the United States.
The annual waste of metal In the. world
from coins rubbing together Is estimated
at a ton and a quarter of gold and eighty
eight tons of silver.
The Yrn1tA fttatee nrodureA twemtv-
I nine dt the sixty-six epoch-making In
ventions, England seventeen, France ten.
Germany five, Italy X, ' Brazil, Austria
and Sweden one-each.'
A California electric company ha a
demonstration car which In sent to all
the county fair In the state, for the
purpose of familiarising the farmers with
electricity for farm and home use.
Som scientist are of the opinion that
earthquakes are caused by the wobbling
path described by the earth's art It
eccentricities seem to be most . manifest
at times of these terrestrial troubles.
Grape seeds, for whloh hitherto no una
baa been known, have been found to
contain an oil which 1 especially valu
able In tli manufacture of soap, and a
South American refinery ia making prep
aration to produce It on a large scale.
A burglar who broke Into an anti
quary's shop In Pari ha been Identi
fied by mean of a strip of akin torn
from his ear by the broken glass of a
showcase. The piece of kla was pre
served In a bottle of spirit, and It fitted
on to a fresh scar on the man's left ear.
New Jersey ha been materially Im
proving its bousing conditions through
its board of tenement house supervision.
The law creating this board ha been
In operation ten years. During this time
11.111 ' "new law" tenement have been
built They house 3M.S09 persona They
rontatn no room less than seventy square
foet In area, no room lea than nine feet
In height, no room without a "window to
the outer air. end no apartment without
sink and toilet
' AROUND TEE CITIES.
Chicago threaten to double the limit
of tM.Cu as an extra Inducement for Billy
Sunday to save tbe city.
St Paul's new commission Is Junketing
aiound the country seeking light en how.
to do the city's business.
A rule adopted by the city council of
Minneapolis excludes alien from public
work Job. Cltlsen are given the first
By adopting a "wet" amendment to ft
borne rule charter Denver hope to keep
the water wagon out ot sight for tw
Jitney regulation In Loa Angel was
effected through a favorable referendum
vote on an ordinance drawn by tbe Jitney
Down In Meridian, Misa. the vital Issue
of -letting poultry scratch at large In the
streets Is to be submitted to a vote ot
Chicago autoist bitterly oppose a reg
ulation prohibiting parking of eutca la
downtown districts for more than thirty
Census takers et Sioux City are at 111
chasing name In aa effort to put the
city's population In the SO. 000 class. The
chase end June i.
The nolle of Columbus, O., report sat
isfactory result front the eruaade against
youngsters gadding on tha . streets after
dark and are seriously considering apply
ing the law to elder.
8t Louis ha a Jitney police squad. Its
duties consist not alona la regu'atlng
ld. but In keeping tab on spurious
Jitney operators who lure untfuspectlag
girl te shady haunt.
Almost n anany people were kJUvel la
Bt Louis last year by felting downstair
aa by autonaobilaa. the score being 94 to
K. The total ot all kind f dsadiy fall
double the death score of automobllea
ODD BITS OF LIFE.
The hump of a camel is considered a
great delicacy by the Arabs. It Is white
like veal, but testes like beet.
A young woman named Oold and a
young man named Ring were married In
Mlnneapolla the other day A court ootb
mlssioner did the moulding.
Ed Fanning of Southampton. Ia I.,
recently married bis deceased wife's sis
ter In compliance with the dead woman'
A Great Works (Me.) man has per
formed, with perfect safety such aerial
stunt as walking across th St. John,
whirlpool on a wire an Inch thick sus
pended about MM feet, above the whirl
pool, but met with a serious accident by
falling from a ten-foot staging.
Madison is In Monroe county, Missouri,
and In Madtsnn live 1,000 persons. Thirty
three of the 1,009 have already passed
the age of and at leaat on I 162
years old. Another Is now W. Residents
of the town are widely Interrelated.
Three blind brothers, James Albert
Rorie, John Ilorie and Henry Rorle, living
near McPherson, Ark., raise their own
broom corn and market their own brooms, .
most of which are sold within a radius
of twenty mile of their borne. They '
can go anywhere, either on horseback or
on foot without the guidance of any one.
The longest crlbbage game In the his- ,
tory of the United State la Hearing a
close in Des Moines, Ia. It commenced
In 1904. for 1.000,000 points. A peculiarity
of the contest Is that during all this
play not one of the contestant has ever
heid a twenty-nine hand. During all
these years the men have never missed
Three SO-frane gold pieces have been
extracted from the skin of Private Bols
sey, now lying wounded In a Pari hos
pital. A piece of shrapnel pierced the
pocket of another soldier, who had th
coins, and who was marching ahead of
htm. The projectile and the coin lodged
In the leg ot Bolssey, who had not a
penny on him before being wounded.
DOMESTIC PLEASANTRIES. ."
"Ho Is a man of great promise, Isn't
"Sure he Is. Just now he is belne; sued
for breach of It" Baltimore American.
"Jaberson must have married Into a
very pious family."
"Why, what make you thing that?"
'Didn't the wedding announcement
say, 'No carvlar "-Philadelphia Ledger.
Conductor Pv Just married. I bi
tendprf to mum umnl M.k .
a hundred dollar stood In my war.
j-iRTiiu nuw aia you get arouna Itr
Conductor I didn't trv in T kn.lr-d
It down. Judge.
" 'Th Sorrows of Satan.
"Wsbll Til s aui. AH i-i
---.a, -a. ,M lUI JUU, MJTls JOU
always do take an In arrest In tha trouble
va Tvrur iriOMU. fsOSLOQ XlUSCIlpC
"An vnn nsFm I . -
in CHmaon Gulch V
wary on,'" replied Broncho Bob.
WA hm fa tr m Katnlnrl In a el r. . .
wi tncludAd It wera atn public policy
to hava all tha boyf quittln a pokr
rum RVasw time aa .. 1 a.
tbinkln' aomabodr waa aho-t" Washing
Rmsl f Rnw Vein hsva e k Vaik jm..
ewf asu ka. uuh v
you. Mlns OldgrrlT
.Ancient Family ' Friend What are you
talking about WIllloT Both whatT
mall Boy Why, ma aaya you're no
altfkat s rtyg . wjtn'u a
BaiUmora American. ,
'T far Sill 11 - ua aa A
- sa waul (ivrj III y
aeat, iniaa," aald the mddr-faoad man
s viuwubu mrt uut a a on 1 leei it
in rs mv rl ittwr T si m . ,1 knAna a v.-.
"Yftii hrvM v suit - .A
rnarkably well, air," replied tha young
ytman SW- aonln At
jiie atiapi mm mo car
lurch Boston Transcript. '
TEE HE A It T OF A WOMAN.
Laughter and sunshine and story.
cv s-na sweetness ana trust; '
Courage and grandeur and glory.
Al things of light and of loving
1 ne ueart ot a woman contains.
Grand virtues, great aweetnesa and sot
Peace, happiness, passion and pains.
One moment It blooms irks a garden
With every sweet blossom Ufa knows.
A vale of the peace of the age.
A pathway through violet and rose'
And then o'er the darkness and doubt
ing Th wings of a storm swept th sViea,
And the garden 1 toased In th tempest.
And the vale In a dark ruin lie.
One moment so pitiful, tender,
And then all the rage and the hat
Fill Ita beating with infinite shadow
As It raves against infinite fate.
One moment so tru and so loving,
So clinging and gentle and sweet.
All tbe song ot life sweeping Its gamut.
Every blossom of life ia it beat
Aad yet with all changing and travail, .
Ail sorrow and aching and cross.
All sunshine today, then tomorrow
Cast down in the grief of some loss; . )
And yet with Its battle aad thunder.
Ha April ot showers and of shine,
God give me the heart ot a woman
And take all the real that la mln1
A small choice
but very choice bffices
There are only a few from
which to choose,'but if any
meet your requirements, you
will be more than satisfied.
Talk to any of our. tenants : .
and you will find the great
satisfaction they all feel in
having an officein
THE BEE BUILDING
"Th building that u always nw"
222 Cbotce office Suite, north light, very desirable
for doctors or dentists; waiting room and
private office; 630 square feet. . . .$45.00
"322 Choice Wee 8ulte. north light, very desirable '
for doctors or dentists; waiting room and two
private offices; 630 square feet. .. .$45.00
(J01 Nice ceml orfice with ault,,near elevator and
stairs; electric light free, 210 square feet
for $18.00 '
Apply to Building Sup't. Room 103.
THE BEE BUILDING
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