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TIIE BKE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, 1913.
THE OMAHA DAILY DEE
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Aortal matter to Omaha Bee. Editorial Depertaeat.
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twttht Williams, circulation manager of The TW
.Publishing company, being du!y iwom, re that the
verag cireulatlon for the mouth of April, ltle, waa
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Pt Lotile-WK New Pa
Bahacrlber leaving tfcs) city temporarily
should have Tba Bee mailed to tham. Ad
sires will ba changed aa oftaa aa raqaoauA
Of all the reigning monarch. King Ak-8ar-Ben
alone lives up to hit peaceful smile.
Lat no loyal subject of King Ak-Bar-Ben wait
to be drafted. Step up to the recruiting office
"Tha greatest good for tha greatest number'
Is the rltallilng force of the merger movement.
Push it along.
North and South America.
The Fan-American Financial congress, now
In session t Washington, Is one of a series of
conferences that have len held during the last
three decades, looking to the establishment of
closer and better business relations between the
countries of the two continents. The purpose
of these gatherings Is good, and the conferences
ought to be productive of beneficial results, but
they cap only be fruitful when properly fol
The greatest obstacle to closer relations
between North and South America has been the
fact that to a great extent the countries are all
engaged In the same trade, that of selling to the
world products of farms and ranges. This has
prevented a very general Interchange of commo
dities between them. The United States has
been a good customer of South America, but has
not been able to sell much there, practically
nothing In proportion to what the trade ought
to be. If established on a reciprocal basis. In a
large measure this Is due to the lack of such
fiscal arrangements as would properly accom
modate the possible commerce.
South America, like the United States, has
been an extensive borrower in recent years, the
Industrial development of the several countries
down there, calling for the investment of large
sums or money. These loans nave generally
been made in Europe, which has furnished most
of the capital for the extension and carrying on
of South American enterprise, England and Ger
many being the heaviest Investors. Now that
the European financiers are no longer able to
furnish the continuing supply of capital needed
there, the South American field is opening to
the United States.
If we can find the surplus capital needed,
and really have two to three billions of money
available for the purpose of expanding loans, the
relations between the countries of South Amer
ica and the United States can easily be made
closer. It Is not a question of sentiment, but
of dollars and cents. If the fiscal factor can be
properly developed, It will bind together in closer
communion the peoples of the New World, and
lead to the fulfillment of a dream of many an
Aimed at Omaha
What the Germans think of tha Italians does
not look well In print. But It's a fair guess
that It's reciprocal.
The one thing Italy still needs to keep It in
tha center of tha front page Is a good old-fash
ioned eruption of Vesuvius,
Come on. Mr. Electric- Lighting Company.
If you want to do tha fair thing by your patrons
in Omaha, aa you aay you do, do it now.
Considering tha task of translating Moslem
exclamations Into tha common lingo, the Turks
show great proficiency In drawing the long bow.
Tha addition of another war bulletin to the
dally stock Is useful chiefly as a means of em
' phastxlng tha deficiency in tha humor depart
By adding to the alevett openly at war, tha,
revolutionary killer of Mexico and Portugal.
tba hoodoo 18 appears on tha score board. Tha
ominous figures gives tha key to tha trouble.
Even if "Billy" Sunday is coming, it is not
necessary to blackwash Omaha to convince folks
of tba Improvement ha shall have worked after
everyone has responded to his summons to "hit
the sawdust trail."
What with the Marconi device for seeing
through partition walls and the Edison device
for phonographlcally reproducing conversation
within a radius of 3,000 miles, gumshoe political
campaigning is doomed to become a lost art.
Home rule for Ireland will continue "up in
the air" while the war lasts. Meanwhile friends
of that cause in the "land of the free" may
absorb familiar thrills by watching the struggle
for home rule In the constitutional convention
of the Empire state.
Just making wholesale arrests In connection
with the horrible hatchet murder to put up
showing is not what is demanded of the police.
If there Is a real suspect, he should be promptly
arrested aa circumstances warrant but clues
that lead nowhere call for no arrests.
Welcome the New Recruit!
The Bee extends the glad hand of welcome
to the World-Herald as a new recruit in the
campaign for Greater Omaha consolidation.
The World-Herald truly says that "the best in
terests of Omaha and the surrounding commu
nities make It desirable that a full vote be
polled In the annexation election," and that "so
fsr as the issue of forcible annexation Is con
cerned, it vanished when the legislature of Ne
braska decreed that an annexation vote should
be taken, and that the majority should rule."
Remembering bow the World-Herald sought
to put obstacles in the way of consolidation
when the matter was up before the legislature
last winter how it Insisted It was fighting for
a 'Principle," and that annexation without con
sent was "neither fair nor democratic" how It
denounced the referendum to the people of the
entire community "as hardly rising above the
level of subterfuge"- Its conversion is now all
the more notable, and The Bee takes credit for
being in part Instrumental In helping our con
temporary to see a new light. So we Join and
echo the expression of sober second thought!
"Let the annexation' issue, long a troublesome
one, be settled once and for all on June 1, to
the end that Greater Omaha may move forward
unitedly to Us deserved place among the great
cities of America."
llartintton Herald: At that smtaMe and cheerful
convention of dentists held at Omaha, we omtti msi
one great specialist Chlcaso la going to -pea
on the Intereetlna subject of -pyorrhea and prophy
laxis." This Is a eiiblert that has often occurred to
us when wa were nlttlnsr In a dentlat s chair, put we
have never been able to find Just the right words
to eToreaa tt Pyorrhea and prophylaxis! Tes. that
Is the right Idea, all rlsht "trans we never thousht
of It before.
Lincoln Ftar: Dundee haa made provision to tal;e
on much expensive public Improvement before Omaha
absorbs It, knowing that the amalsamated city mint
pay the bill. As a rule the Juna bride a troueeeau is
paid for before the nuptials occur.
Howells Journal (Dem.): The Nebraeks republi
cans did the graceful thing at their get-together meet
ing held at Omaha a few evenlnsa aso when they
paaeed a reaolution endorsing President Wilson's po
sition relstlve to the European situation. It Is well
to remember thst we sre all Americana first and that
hack of our resident stands the whole nation as
Beatrice Express: The Omaha Auditorium Is
about to he made municipal property and aa a result
the city fathers era hsvlng a hsrd time explaining to
their many friends snd election helpers why they can
not all be made managers.
Hastings Republican: Thst Omsha meeting of re-
publicans made It quite plain that the leaders of that
party are doing their beat to unite the various fac
tions to. If possible, brina about a stronger party or
ganisation In this state. It wsa noticeable thst some
leaders took every occaalon to suggest that "there waa
room enough In the republican party for both Roose
velt and Tart" Thla all Indicates that, the trend Is
toward a general compromise to permit Roosevelt to
again take a leading hand In directing the affair"
of the party. Juat to what extent all theae efforts
will succeed remains to be seen. It la pretty aafe to
a ami me that the Nebraaka republicans will do their
very best to line up the party for an offensive cam
Lincoln Journal: The recent gathering- of republi
can chieftains In Omaha had Its Inspiration la an
effort started at Washington by former Senator
Bourne and others to reunite the party for the next
presidential campaign. As a preliminary a publicity
bureau has been started at Washington, and J. B.
Haynea, who Is an Omaha professional at the pub
licity bualness, seised upon tha opportunity to line up
Nebraska with the national organisation. Most of
those present were members of the Tsft wing of the
party, and It Included some gentlemen who do not
resent being called standpatters because that ex
presses their position In politics. While tha Roosevelt
supporters were not very numerous at the meeting,
there were enough of them to glv It the appearance
of a harmony gathering. Democrats were particularly
Interested, because they have reason to fesr a united
republican party In Nebraska, especially with the
democracy divided as' It Is now. The democrats
frankly admit that the only time they have a first
class chance to gain a sweeping victory In the state
Is when they catch the republicans fighting smong
themselves. Therefor. If tha republicans oan sgsln
unite, the hopes of a number of ambitious democrats
will suffer certain eel I pee. Omaha politicians view the
gathering from varying angles One spoke of It sa
"an honest, earnest effort on tha part of republicans
who have won their spurs aa leaders to cement tha
party by a conference between those who have
lately been fighting each other Instead of the demo
cratic organisation." Another referred to It as "an
effort of men who have lost their grip In politics to
gain control of the organization again and dictate
policies thst are at variance with the predominant
sentiment of th party in th state."
'h. Twice, Told Tales
The World-Herald has endorsed The Bee's
demand on the electric lighting company for Us
promised rate reduction regardless of the pend
ing litigation In the courts. The fake 6-cent
reformer would rather have consumers continue
subject to excessive charges in order to furnish
munition for public agitation.
A genuine pot of public money is Involved
in the question of the legal residence of the late
Alfred G. Vanderbilt, who perished on the Lus-
Itania. New Tork and Rhode Island are rival
claimants. Inherltsnce taxes ranging from
11,(00,000 to $1,000,000 constitute a prise that
Insure a spirited legal battle.
A private car that stopped ever In Omaha con
tained a dictlngulehed party Including Mr. and Mrs.
O. O. Mlllea, Mr. and Mrs. Whttrlaw Bled, the latter
aalog Mr. Mills' daughter, on their way to th Pa
W. It. B. Hughes tas been elected cashier of th
Nebraska National hank, but may continue also as
manager of th clearing house.
Aa entertainment given by the children of Pt. Pst
rick's school oa South Thirteenth street, presented
th opera called. ''Laill." with th part au lined ta
Annie Kennedy, Msgfl Rush. Nora McAullfT. Kstl
Daltoo. Kail Bush. Lucy Brodeiiuk, Susan Uualy,
Keilte Brodertck, 11.11 McMillan and William Daily.
The boueehold goods of J. M. Patte bsv been
shipped to U Louis, where that gentelmaa will make
his future resldeac. ;
Th city council wsa In receipt ( a proposition
from Herman Kounts to leaa th old t ball
grounds on Pt. Mary's avenu to th city for a uar-
Nathan ! en-lam. of th firm or lllmebaugU
Mvrriam. left for a thre months' trip to Klrupa,
Her. T. C. Hall has son to Cincinnati to attend
the Preabytcrlan conference.
Patrick H. Uulnlan ha been appointed special po
liceman fur duty around th high school building snd
Draitio, but Deierrei. '
The Chicago Judge who arranged . to have
the police raid his court room and arrest as
vagrants the Idlers who congregated there, drawn
thither by the lure of prurience, deserves more
than thanks. Ills action was drastic, but the
penalty wag fully deserved by those on whom it
fell. One of the sad features of life is that
morbid curiosity will always draw a crowd to
unseemly places, while the promise of anything
salacious or meretricious is sure to be the signal
for a Jam. This tendency to evil is not peculiar
to any people or community, but is not the less
reprehensible and deplorable because of iti
prevalence. It may not follow as a result of the
action of the Chicago Judge that humanity will
change Its nature In this regard, but the unfor
tunates who are arraigned In the morals court
over there will not noon again be called on to
race sucn crowds as nave maae that court a
scandal in the past.
Proof of American Sincerity.
The efforts that are now being made by the
big meat packers of the United States to secure
the release, of meat cargoes that have been in
tercepted and detained by Great Britain Is nota
ble evidence of the sincerity of Americans Is
the matter of neutrality. These cargoes are
consigned to dealers in neutral countries, but
Great Britain seems inclined to take extra-ju
dicial cognlxance of the fact that the shipments
will ultimately reach German consumers, and
in this finds reason for its interference. It is
this factor of the problem that gives the United
States basis for its complaint that Great Britain
haa without warrant Interfered with traffic be
Berlin Is fully aware of the efforts that have
been and are being made to maintain trafflo
between the United States and Germany. Owing
to war conditions, it has been impossible to
reach a German port for any purpose, and traf
fic must be carried on through the only neutral
countries open, Scandinavia and the Neth
lands. That a considerable trade has passed this
way Is proven by the great increase in exports
from the United Statea to these countries, espe
cially to Holland. Great Britain Is aware of this
also, and has pointed out that the supplies sent
to the neutrals along the North Sea and the
Baltic are far in excess of their requirements,
leaving the Inference very plain that the true
destination of the goods Is Germany.
The United Statea has acted with marked
impartiality In the way of maintaining tha
strictest of neutrality, and has Insisted with
equal vigor that tha rights of neutrals be re
spected. From Washington cornea assursnca that
no effort will be omitted to preserve th freedom
of traffic between neutral ports.
J . ;
There are other differences between the
United States and Europe at the present time,
but tha main one la the difference between con
struction and destruction.
On from Mother.
A Chicago matron of great beauty called on day
upon a friend, bringing with her her J o-year -old
daughter, who promises to b as handsom as her
Th callers were shown Into a room where the
friend had been receiving a milliner and many hats
were scattered about. During th conversation th
10-ycar-old amused herself by trying thee on. She
was particularly pleased by th affect of th last
one. Turning to her motner she said:
"Mother, I look lust like you now, don't I?"
"Sh!" cautioned th mother, with uplifted flnser.
'Don't be vain, dear." New Tork Times.
More Precloaa Than Life.
One American wtth the legion was telling me a
Zouave battalion that waa fighting In the ssme part
of the line with him, and at a charge of the Zouaves
the commandant suddenly cried out, "LI down," ss
a hall of German shells came over them. They all
dropped but on.
- "Nora de Dteu. II down!" th lieutenant colonel
called out. furiously, to the one msn.
This Zousv tapped his large pocket and called
back to bis chief:
"Mon lieutenant. I can't; I've got a quart bottle
full of wins in hen and it hasn't any cork In it"
Boston Journal. I
His o4 Advice.
Rom time ago Smith waa rambling downtown
when h met Jones. Jonas waa deeply burled In
thought and seemed to be carrying a load of car.
Naturally Smith wanted to know why.
"It I this way, explained Jones. "I can marry
wealthy widow ror whom I do not ear, or a poor
young girl whom I love dearly. For th tlf of m
1 can't decide what to do."
"It strikes me," handsomely advised' Rtntth. ''that
In a cas of that kind you ought to follow the dictates
of your heart. Obviously It Is your duty to marry th
poor young glrL
. "Tou ar right I know you are right!" happily
exclaimed Jones with a relieved expression. "I shall
marry th poor young girl."
-rini" commented Pmitn. "Now, than. If you
have no objection. I would like you to glv m th
address ef the weslthy widow." Philadelphia Tele
People and Events
New Tork's street trsffle fog-day signal constats
of tsll officers togred In whit raincoats. Whit can
be seen farther In a fog than any other color.
Very properly th first American to be awarded
th Franklin Inatltute gold medal waa Thomas Alva
Edison. The medal waa btowed tn Philadelphia last
A New Orleans girl who claims to hav atx
millionaires "on th atrlng," vouehaafes th opinion
that they all talk foolishly. Poaalbly th golden proa-
pect prevents her eeelng th Josh,
Th maatar baker of Illinois announce th coming
of a new appetising joy a combination of canned eggs
snd thre weeks old bread freshened up to took ami
taate as though lust from the griddle. If perform
anc comes up to th ad vane nolle, aooftars will
have no raason to flout th edibility of bread from
Th Galveston Dally News earrtee Its readers back
to th so-called ''good old day" by Issuing a fac.
slmlls of th eighth s umber of volume I. printed April
1, 1842. It Is a novel souvenir of ancient newapapar
day la Texas a mar handbill of four page, each
Sxll News and comment occupy leaa Uvaa a page.
enlivened ay a Tanke poem extolling th Internal
rapture af baked bean. Editorially th ancient
New comment on th strained relation of the United
States and Great Britain over th freedom of th
sea. "In th prtaent crlai of sffsire." asys th writer.
"Uncle Sam has but on coure to pursue, and thst
Is to fight. John Bull Is easer for It. for he has al
ready forgotten the drubbing h received eonie twenty
odd years ago for attempting th am tricks thst a
ta now trying to play, and which he will cooUnu at
until he get another thumping."
A Jerry Howard Bulletin.
OMAHA. May ?4.-To the Editor of The
Bpe:.Plcaao Hive space in your great
paper that ha done so much for a
greatrr Omaha for tha subjoined.
1 want to appeal to my South Omaha
friends to make aov! a promise or declar
ation made by me at IJncoln that two
out cf every three of South Omaha's
citisena wer for consolidation. There
fore It is my moat earnest deslr thst
you go to the polls aivd do your duty,
thereby proving by your action thst my
fslth In you proved true. Tou sre to
have a change of officials, consequently
I wish to call your attention to the
fellbor of the men who are to govern
you. By way nt Illustration I shall cite
one commlvtloner to prove my point
particularly to the working class. Two
decades ago there was a great strike on.
a gsttltng gun was placed on lower N
street snd martial law was declared.
Th then chief magistrate of your city
along with other nobobs of the town
now cppnalng annexation, snesked up to
Omaha and sided by the packers scullions
Insisted thst the militia should come to
shoot the strikers down. Commissioner
John C. Drexel was then sheriff and he
protested against bringing the militia,
but his protest wa all In vain, for th
powers were too great to overcome.
Posvlbly all the oommlsslonera do not
look good to the laboring class, but If
such Is the esse who Is to blame but the
laboring man for not being on the alert?
However, It la a notorious fact thst ever
since the foundation of South Omaha to
the present the officials there wer only
bell hops to th corporations snd I know
whereof I speak.
I moat earnestly appeal to the old
guard, those who stood th siege of the
settling gun, the shotgun and the pick
handle brigade during th great strikes
of ifH and 1W to do their duty as In
days of yore, thereby making it possible
to get rid of the servile toot of the oor-
porstlons for ever and for ever.
Good Work PuK It AloaaT.
COLUMBUS, Neb., May IB. TV) th
Editor of The Bee: I read with much
interest your editorial regarding forestry
work in Nebraska snd noticed that you
have not received a copy of the report
of the Nebraaka commission on forests
tlon. To supply the dsflctency I have
sent you under separate cover a copy of
It Is certainly rery gratifying to the
commission and will help our work im
mensely to hsve your Influential paper
advocate a forestry policy similar to tha
one outlined In our report. We may
hop now, after your great paper has
shown the way, that th country press
will also tske up the work snd wlU in
course of time educate public opinion
sufficiently to cause the next legislature
to take Initial steps for the beginning of
this Important work tn Nebraska.
Chairman Ptsts Forestration Commission.
SOUTH OMAHA, Msy .-To the Edi
tor of The Bee: It Is strange to m thst
when the thirtieth day of May falls on
Sunday that the Memorial day cere
monies are not carried out on that day,
I feel that Oovernor Morehead msds a
mistake In calling It a holiday. It Is a
day set aside as a memorial to the herolo
men who battled for the life of this great
republlo when It wss assaulted at the
hands of traitors and who saved Its life
through deeds of valor performed on
many a battlefield.
The day set aside to their memory by
General John A. Logan should be celled
ss It wss meant to be from the first, a
memorial day Instead of a holiday. When
I was a small boy Just after the close of
the war, on time the thirtieth day of
May fell on Sunday and the memorial
ceremonies were carried out on that day
and were attended by countless numbers
of people. Many of the greatest battles
of history neve been fought on Sunday,
Including many that have been fought
by the troops of this country snd t
should think It would be In keeping with
the meaning of the dsy to decorate the
graves of the soldier deed on the day
set aside for thst purpose, whether It
occurs on Sundsy or any other dsy of
the week. i
It Is different from Sundays when
Christmas, New Test's and the Fourth
of July occur, for those days are holi
days In the true sens of the word, but
a day dedicated to the memory of the
heroes of th republic csnnot be and
should not be considered a holiday. My
hope is thst this will bs considered by
thos In power snd that when another
Memorial day occurs on - Sunday, that
th memorial ceremonies will be held on
that day and that no governor will ever
again refer to the most sacred day In
the life of this republlo as a holiday, for
It tends to chespen the dsy In the eyes
of thoae who do not know personslly of
the ssciiflces and sufferings of the deed
defenders of th life of thla republic.
F. A. AGNE3W.
Feel Htmaelf Keedleaalr Belittled.
OMAHA. May 28 To the Editor of The
Bee: An article In Sunday' Bee en
titled, "Omaha Italian Ar Not Going
to Join Horn Folks In the War," In
which your reporter states that I was
reading th sporting page of your paper
and offering to bet a fellow worker that
Omaha would win the championship this
year, has been called to my attention
and I desire to say that the same la
absolutely untrue. It Is true thst a re
porter called at my place of bualness snd
Baked If snv of the barbers engaged in
that shop (three In number) were going
to war and was simply snswered that
they were not. T do not believe this In
formation Justified him making the com
ment upon tha country of my birth
which follow his report of his visit Th
war Is not a subject of Jst from my
viewpoint sad should not b used by
newspaper to belittle th large and
growing colony of Italians In this city
41C North Sixteenth Street.
The Father I ahall abide by whatever
my daughter derides,
rk. B..II.. Qh. ..... h' I ! men-v
me if you'll supply th neteeaaj-y money!
j ntiaat ipi ia Lnrer.
'Our enrairement was most romantic.
I wa traveling with her party at the
time, and I nronosed to her In the far
west on the edge of a mountain gorge."
T)h, suppose she nan tnrown you
over!" Baltimore American.
'The other people on the block are
sore on me," alKhed the tailor. "Say I
have killed business on this aine of the
street. It Isn't mv fsult, though.
'So many men owe me mho cross over
to the other side when they come to my
block." Louisville Courier-Journal.
"W owe thla patriotic eltlsen ten
thousand thanks," declaimed the orator
f the legislature.
'All right." Interposed the Joker of the
august body. "I move we appropriate
that many. Judge.
Flrat Village Hello, ' Aaron; hear
you've got msrrled. what kind of
match did you make?
fecond Mllaser well. neighbor. I
didn't do ss well as i exported but to
tell the truth, I don't think she did
'With sll this agitation, are you not
afraid of the proletariat?" he aaked.
jno, replied the man who had mado
his pile in th war flirry. "we drink only
filtered water." Philadelphia Ledger.
rvnrsH Aiken. In the Outlook.
We lav and smiled, to see our ky
So blue so lum'nous with sun:
Ijo far off. walled an ominous cry;
We heard a thunder of footstep run
Under s dnrkness settling there.
Some huge end sinister wing's eclipse:
Smoke fouled the east; a baleful glare
lightened beneath; and maddened lips
Took up that cry. while darkness stirred
And heaved, sno line a nuniu-u mini
Bled, by the utterance of one word
Which bade a myriad war-swords sing.
What murderous shadows trouble so
Our summer dream? . . . The sun
A sirk and fetid wind came slow
Krrm the stale tenements of the east
Brother to slav his brother rose.
The shambles fell and from that gloom
Came the hoarse-herded cry of those
Who blindly massed to fight for room.
Room! Give us sir! A bresthlng spacel
The sunlight and the land for sill
Esch lifted up a tlfled face.
And battered door, snd beat at wall.
And surged sgalnat resurgent hord
For space to sow his little seed.
Lo, they would plow the earth with
Strew dead on esrth thst earth might
And we where now our summer Miss
From the stale tenement of the east
Stole fear lest we should come to this.
And prove us brother to the beast.
Boston Transcript: Ths spectacle of
Miss Jsne Addam In Berlin trying to in
dues the kaiser to atop the war goes a
long way toward oonflrmatlng the theory
that woman has no seme of humor.
Pittsburgh Dispatch: John D. Rocks-
feller, Jr., Is again testifying at aa tn
vaatlgstlon. What waa that Solomon said
about wisdom and grief? It would see
more spproprists In these day to aay
that In much money thers ar assay sub
Louls1ll Courier-Journal: The Amerl
can voter select thalr ruler, and dis
charge him If h prov unsatisfactory.
Europeans, with a few exceptions, hav to
accept any homicidal maniae who In
herits the throne, and must help him at
What to Eat
In Hot Weather
MEATS, heavy and greasy foods,
should be eaten very sparingly
during hot weather. They heat the
system and tax the digestion. Faust
Spaghetti ought to be indulged in
during summer not only because it
does not heat and is very, easy to
digest, but because it is also ex
tremely nutritious. It contains the
rich gluten of Durum wheat, which
is a blood enricherand muscle builder.
There is practically no end to the
ways that Faust Spaghetti can be pre
pared to make reiishable eating.
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Havana flavors are a aafe wind
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