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THK DBF: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915.
THE OMAHA DAILY DEE
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VICTOR ROSEWATER. EDITOR.
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Subscribed In my presence and aworn to oaf or
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eubacrlben 1 oaring Out city temporarily
should bare Tba Boa raaJlle-J to them. Ad
Areas wtll bo changed aa of tea as roqnooted.
Thought for the Day
Smlmctti by Mrm. Cay V. Halt
"For lift for lift vxrt death
If U had not the brtalh of ttrugqU in its threat,
Ftarlttt of wall or moat r
AHU I ly c UTMA It VT,y w i r V V. w.
Make an engagement with yourself to voU
for Greater Omaha next Tuesday.
Yes, but bow about that long-promised re
Auction of electric light rates, and when?
Half the world does not know 'how the
other halt can stand the high cost of warring.
In these parlous days even kings must show
themselves at the front to make auro of their
Annexation vote should be made so nearly
unanimous that the noes will not be worth the
count. . -
It was a cincb that Nebraska had to get into
thla mlxnp tome way, If only by lending Its name
to a torpedoed freight schooner.
The poet who peuned the line, "Better fifty
years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay," did
rot lire long enough to enjoy recasting tho sen.
- These rain downpours may atop tha flow of
oratory at the Greater Omaha talk feats, but they
hould swell the tidal wave for consolidation la
The estimated per capita wealth of the
country in 1812 was $1,065. That was two
I years before the w ar. which made a big differ
'nce In reserves.
Some world problems will remain unsolved
for tho present. Later on, perhaps, the silenced
high school graduates will have a voice as well
as a band In the solution.
History affirms that woman suffrage got its
starts In Nebraska as early aa 1865. Out of re
gard for latter-day advocates, references to
them as "pioneers of the came" Is clearly Im
Secretary of Commerce Redfield pipes the
merriest note of optimism the administration
a put forth. Moreover, a bllllon-dollar trade
balance gives to the piping a "concord of sweet
Cities, like individuals, prosper la proportion
to the energy and pushaheadatlveness of the
people. The more shoulders st the wheel the
more certain the progress uphill. The merger
spells advancement and rightly demand active
Note bow the Installation of a new lord L,igh
chancellor of England, as "keeper of the great
seal," brings out another round of ancient and
ridiculous mummery left over from the days of
feudal lords and vassals, but still observed in
this twentieth century era of enlightenment and
Tlia opening of tha Omaha court houae. with for
mal cxcrclaea, came off airlttly according to the pro
gram. Tha mooting paaaed a resolution of thanka to
Architect E. E. Meyers and Contractor John K. Coot a.
and B. L Hhane. aupeiintendcnt of the building, came
In for a gold-headed oene testimonial.
Mlaa Elsie Harpater, one of tha pleasing clerke la
Bmlth'a dry goods store, returned from llehron, where
she has been visiting frlenda.
Mr. Christopher Field and Misa Anna O'Connor
were united In marriage at the realdenco of Mr. and
airs. B. C. Walker, 101 bouth Tenth street.
The Omaha team, astonished Itself, and the coun
try at Urge, by winning a game at Indianapolis.
Mayor Boyd should declare a holiday for thanksgiv
ing and feasting.
Mendel shon A Fisher have Just completed a rough
sketch of the proposed ei position building for the
corner of Fifteenth and Capitol avenue. It wUI be
ZA feet long faxing on Capitol avenue and will be
surmounted by four turreta at the corners.
The finder of a loet pot ketbook will be liberally
rewarded by returning It to lr. Amelia Burroughs.
Six tee' th and IAxlae atrveia.
Mis. i. W I'addock. 1417 Capitol avsnue. has lost
a lady's hand satchel containing a email sum of
money and aome trunk keys, and will appreciate the
lelura of the keys
Mine or Torpedo t
It really doesn't matter much to a merchant
ship whether It gets hit by a torpedo or collides
with a mine, but to the government of the
t'nlted States the difference is considerable. At
Washington consideration Is now being given
to four cases in which ships here been sunk or
damaged In the war tone, the central fart being
that no one Is really certain If these vessels
were Injured by torpedo or mine, or which of
the belligerents is responsible. The wide dis
tribution of floating mines and submarines at
present makes navigation In the waters adja
cent to the British Isles an exciting as well os
uncertain venture. Mariners and diplomats find
their natural perplexity In the situation greatly
enhanced by reason of the difficulty In decid
ing to whom to make complaint, while the pro-
tpst Is unavailing when responsibility Is so
easily evaded. But ship owners will take the
risk If the reward be sufficiently tempting.
Omaha May Hold Up Its Head.
Some little comfort may be extracted from
the left-handed compliment paid us by Rev.
"Billy" Sunday, as he sped from his labors In
the Lord's vineyard on the eastern coast to take
a vacation In his own apple orchard out in
Oregon. It pleased Rev. "Billy" to say that
Omaha is no more wicked than a number of
other cities to which he has been Invited. This
Is the most encouraging word Omaha ever had
from an outside evangelist Always heretofore
It haa been the "wickedest city," a combination
of Sodom and Gomorrah, with little prospect of
escaping the fate that overwhelmed those far-
famed strongholds of Beelselbub. And there's
something of sincerity bank of this statement of
the great evangelist, too, for it is not at all likely
he would even modestly minimise the task before
blm, and for the accomplishment of which he
seeks to renew his strength, even as did the
angel with whom Jacob wrestled, by communion
with the soil. If he bad said Omaha Is no less
wicked than these other places, we might have
had further cause for shame and confusion.
But he said Omaha is no more wicked, where
fore Omaha may hold up Its head once more.
Other cities of respectable size, ranging from
S60, 000 to 600,000 in population, are Just as
badly off as we are. But wait until after we
have hit the sawdust trail, and then look at us.
Emphasizing the Blunder.
Another very appreciable addition to the
deficit In the federal budget Impends, because
of another defect in the Underwood tariff law.
The customs court has just decided that the S
per cent rebate clause In that wonderful law Is
valid, and that It applies not only to goods Im
ported In American ships, hut to alt goods Im
ported from countries with whom the United
Ststes has treaties containing the "most favored
nstlon" clause. This practically makes the re
bates apply to all Imports, and In effect amount
to a S per cent reduction In the revenue to be
obtained -under the Underwood law. As It Is
retroactive and dates bsck to the time the law
went Into effect. It means an enormous addition
to the deficit In revenue.
. The deficit Is due In the first place to the
inadequacy of the provisions made by the dem
ocrats for meeting the ordinary expenses of the
government, supplemented by the recklessness
with which they plunged into extraordinary ex
pendltures. All this Is, now aggravated because
of the persistency with which the democrats In
congress clung to the blunder after It wa.i
plainly pointed out to them. Warned by repub
licans of the danger lurking in the awkward
phraseology of the clause that was Intended to
provide an Indirect subsidy to American ship
ping, the majority passed It because It had
caucua approval. It has proved a boomerang and
has hit the shrinking treasury balance a terrific
Treasury officials, already worried over bow
to meet the expense of running the government,
now find their task the greater because of this
latest proof of democratic Inefficiency. The re
publicans, on return to power, will be kept busy
for quite a while repairing harm done by dem
An Oakland Idea Why Not for Omaha!
Without pretending to expert opinion In
matters of police administration, the report
made to the national association by the chief of
police of Oakland on the excellent results ob
tained by the use of the automobile for police
patrol work commends itself to us as suggesting
a practical solution of some of Omaha's perplex
ing police problems. We take It that If the
polioeman in Oakland patrols his beat in an
auto, be goes about la a low-priced car which
he must drive himself. Experience here and
elsewhere with the motorcycle seems to us to
make It preferable for this purpose, aa com
pared with the auto, the motorcycle is equally
controllable, cheaper In cost-price and operation,
and adaptable to roadways on which autos are
We are about to annex to Omaha a broad
expanse of suburban territory with comparatively
sparse population. Why would not the organ
ization of a motorcycle patrol squad of a doxen
or fifteen rtfen enable the police department to
cover the entire area in a fairly satisfactory
manner? Such a service we are sure would be
appreciated by the people of the residence) dis
tricts, and could be supplied without any large
increase In 'he force, and therefore within the
means available from the police funds. Success
of a motorcycle patrol would In all probability
hasten the time when the policemen walking a
beat would disappear completely, except pos
sibly la the down-town business district.
it is claimed the state saved $600 by fifing
printing Jobs to outsiders. As an example of
economic efficiency, the statement lacks one es
sential. It ought to show the amount of taxes
the favored Jobbers pay to city, county and state
The automobile garage must go and the vil
lage blacksmith come back to hi ancient estate.
The National Hardware Dealers' association has
so decreed. As both sldea carry a full supply
of hammers, a spirited test of muscle and metal
The natural Inference is that the pride of
Lincoln people will not permit them to ride la
jitneys. But If they won't tolerate them at
home, will they patronize them when they come
Financial Aspect of a
Baelaeee Side of Revlrel Work.
Philadelphia's rash outlay for the "Billy" Sunday
revival was tuV9.1.7S, according- to the official state
ment Just made public by tho Sunday campaign com
mittee. "Billy" Sunday received 14.246 N) aa a personal
offering: the campaign expenses were tHl.lM.14, while
HS.Kie.z4 of the collections went to charity, and tho
committee haa on hand, for "conservation work," a
snug balanc of M.4S1.1A.
Tha coet of tha big wooden tabernacle at Nine
teenth and Vine etreete. Including the nursery end
ftrehoaea and their maintenance, was There
appears also an Item of K014.M for hinging delega
tions of Hrranton and Wllkes-Barre "trail-hitters'
here. Entertainment, house rent and "extras" for
the Runday party cost MJT2.S4 for the eleven weeks
"Filly" and Ma co-workers were In the city. The
committee's office expenses amounted to IA.K9.9t,
while an Item of l4,0M.n went for prayer meetings,
personal workers, nursery and general expenses.
The committee takes occasion to thank the newt
paper and the hundreds of volunteer who aided m
the suocea of the campaign.
"More than W.000 man war organised Into Bible
claaaes and the number of clsssea and the membership
I constantly Increasing," comments the report.
The mayor, police and firemen, physldana and
nuraee. as well as the pastors of co-operating
church, are praised la the report. "Billy" Sunday,
"Ma" and the Sunday "Old Guard" also are praised
In warm terms.
Results af the Blsj tsnpslf.
Forty-five thousand 1 the estimated number of
"trail-hlttera ." and the committer asttmatea the trJ
attendance for forty-six tabernacle meetings at more
than 1,000,000. Casea treated In the emergency hos
pital numbered J.XOO, and more than MOD children were
cared for In the nursery. Concluding Its observations
relative to the result of the campaign, the committee
"We know of several ties of friendship which
have been united, of homes, aad and darkened, into
which Joy and light have come; of men and women
who had made shipwreck of their live, for whom a
new life haa dawned: of those who cared . ii..
deeper thing of life who have gained a new vision;
of offices and shop whose moral tone haa been raised:
or a transforming Influence which make conversa
tion upon the real things of life easy and natural; of
many thousands who have come to know Jesua Christ
as Saviour and Friend, to recognise Hie sovereignty
In their Uvea, and who have already aligned them
selves with the organised force or Christianity by
becoming communicant In the church.
"The labor haa been great, the responsibility tre
mendous. We are conscious of many failure and
shortcomings, but w have done our beat, seeking con
stantly the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit,
and we have esteemed It a privilege to be permitted
to share In the work which we believe ha meant
much for our olty, and will prove Increasingly a les
son to the whole community."
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Detailed Treoearer' Statement.
. "J .lh du,, treasurer', statement show,
ing all the Items:
Bun dry loans tlTlBKflo
Account of receipts of "trail-hitter
from Scranton and Wilke
Barre to Philadelphia .....". ..". a rs.41
Account of expensea of the William
A. Sunday campaign In Phlladel- v
Collections received at tabernacle
JT.,?" tTam Jnuary to March
7, 19 M OMM
Receipts from all other source;
Restaurant, book atore. Bell tele
Pjoo and other eoureaa outside
of tabernacl -...Meat, tt.m.n
Collections taken at tabernacle aerv.
. Ices foe 4l.4H..,l - k iT-wi. .....
Proceed from sale of tabernacle -
building: ' . , .
falo of lumber, etc aSflnooA
Sale of internal fitting and fU-
Repayment of sundry loan
Expaneo of the William A. Bunday
Expenses in relation to visit of
'trail-hitters" from Kcranton and
)J Ilkea-Barre to Philadelphia In
October. 1S14 ,,,.,
Tabernacle building, Nineteenth and r
Vine atreeta. Philadelphia:
Construction (Including nursery, flre-
houeea. et.) M.1M.W
Maintenance , C,wtM S9.77l.3B
General office expense. Including
rent, clerk Mm AlnKn ...
tionery, postage and office aupptle
Rxpenaea of aub-commlttee:
Entertainment, rent of houae and
coat of maintenance of Hundav
Prty , 77.
Finance, executive, music, personal
workers, prayer meetlncs, uahera
nursery, business women's and
Paid out to varloua chart table Vn
Total disbursements to April a.
Balance on hand, as ' ofApriV"ksj '
i"io. mm ioiiowi;
Amount to be used for charities I l.iaK 5.1
Amount held for general purpoeea... J.U&.S7 S.tSl.10
ToUI I1U6 .489. 14
W. A, SUNDAY PERSONAL, ACCOUNT.
ClrLon,or.i?r' A- Bundioraonal use to
March J. 19u -ji 1v m
"a'"!.? ,or W' A' Sundsy ue
to April a lala
To amount subsequently received..! !.e..'.".7 lojoo
TotaJ " "' UMlo
, . . . Disbursements. '
Amount paid W. A. Hunday March M 1915 SI iM SS
Amount paid W. A. bunday April t, lilS...::!.; ijMM
Balance due to W. A. Bunday as of Aprti 23,
Wl in, oo
ia, 140. w
The report I signed by the members of the exeou
ttve committee and certified by Marwlck, Mitchell
Peat A Co.
People and Events
A woman in Indiana who I divorcing her thir
teenth husband, candidly admit ah will ooatlnue the
search for an "Idea! husband." When woman wllla
he will persist or perish In the attain.
An automobile costing New York state $3,5(0. and
at the service of a tat official. In twenty-one month
ran up a repair bill of 16.431. even though operated
by a chauffeur who pulled down $2,360 in that time.
As a money burner a public limousine has em ell
Victoriana Huerta Is doing quit well, thank you.
Family enjoying good health, too. At a New York
hotel, last elaturday. hi family of thirty persona
tackled forty-two steaks for lunch and ten turkey for
dinner, beside tha usual trimming. It was not a
specially fin day for Msxtcanlalng food, either.
Chicago put out a story alleging that a woman of
that city for thirteen long year never apok to a
man other than her husband, a period of silence im
posed by Assyrian custom. It is taken for granted
that' the husband got th benefit of all ah had In
stock, but his sx parte nee I omitted from tha s'ory.
Just to ahow that it Is permanently on th map,
Clnolnnatl wrest the fashloa sceptre from Chicago and
boldly proclaim what' what for woman's wear next
fail. Those who may follow Cincinnati etytea will
have to travel lively, for the ex -queen city as a style
pacer leaves Oovlagtoa gasping on th backstreus.
Sixty year ago, whoa a lad of W, Carl Oroav
mayor of BvanavUle, Ind., a veteran of the civil war,
fell from the limb of a giant tree and broke a leg.
He wa forced to spend hi birthday la bed, so
avowed that on hi seventieth birthday he would
blow up the tree. Tbe seventieth birthday cam
around in April and what was left of the tree went
up with a charge of Suainite.
J7JL s u
Takes Isaac with Itsesevelt.
OMAHA, May 37 -To the Editor of The
Bee: In an article by Theodore Roose
velt, reprinted In The Bee, that writer
quote rerly from the secretary of
state In regard to the rationality of a
gentleman from New Orleans.
To enow the absurdity of the State
department's answer Mr. Rooeevclt men
tion a numbwr of well-known Ameri
cans who would be subjected to military
duty, should they venture over the border
of the country in which their fathers
I believe the colonel Is In error when he
says! "If the sons of Jacob Rlis went
to Denmark, they could be retained In
the Danish forces "
I have It on good authority that the
late Jacob A. Rile was an American
citizen before any of his sons were born,
thus eliminating any similarity to the
case of tho gentlemen from New Orleans.
It seem a bit careless on the part of
Mr. Roosevelt to draw aa errorneou
parallel considering that he la writing
for a multitude and. as I have gathered
from tiesOllnes of the past, at a com
manding figure per word.
The case In point I one of a few rare
ones, and all authorities on International
relations agree that "they oan't be fixed."
The gentleman from New Orleans Is an
American when In America only, and
there Is no one to blame except his hon
orable father, who neglected to establish
the citlaenahlp of his offspring Interna
tionally. Referring to the blunder pointed
out above I doubt if any of the examples
in Mr. Roosevelt's article will bear In
vestigation. IRE V. L,ANT.
No tall tor Kaockere.
OMAHA, Mav 38. To the Editor of The
Bee: Why should a preacher be per
mitted to knock Omaha as he did last
Bunday? Omaha Is s clean a town as
any and better than most towns. Those
that do the least to help make a Greater
Crnaha ax running down our town.
Anyone who knows anything at all
hould know that every crook In the
country la on their way to California and
stop in every large city to ply their
The $ o'clock law, too, 1 to blame for
the influx of bootlegger, it has been
proved the people don't want such fool
lawa There la none so blind aa those
that won't see. This Is th view all
working peopi have of the whole fool
schema to make Omaha dry.
Aay Whole School System Wrong;.
NORTH IiOUP, Neb., May IT-To the
Editor of The Bee: We have listened to
the siren sounds of the school arguments
for many month, and now are ad
vised that the people have won out and
our rural school patrons an to become
the bead cheese. We will spend four or
five year In th business of establishing
dim let and building to conform to a
curriculum made by th state university
for .th single purpose of drawing thou
randa or people to the educational centers
where each pupil must be at thousand
of dollars expense In order to graduate.
The whole hobby seems to bo the nlntS
and tenth grade In the rural schools.
Who Is th state university that they
should determine what we shall studv
and teach t It la an Institution com
posed of profeaaors, In a large part, who
are peddled out from eastmn coll ceres. If
we am to tak th facts' and tha record
Just as they are, w must admit that lee
than 1 per cent of our people have any
expectation af ever entering a univer
sity. The most of th people of thla na
tion must work. Only a few can become
Insurance agent, peddlars and captains
of Industry. Th hlgt.er education which
our school lobby call "fre" I not free
at all. The fact la that our educational
Institution are o formed that ninety,
nine boys and girt must work while the
hundredth goe to school. That Is, on
boy goes to aohool from th a-o of 5
to while th ninety and nine pay his
schooling. We have a lot of Institutions
of higher education which are good, and
those schools should be encouraged. They
are all right and they ehould handle
theoretical education. But If anyone
care to study from tbe ages of I to S3,
why ask other people to pay th bills?
He should pay his own way. The school
ubject in this tat is not settled by a
lonr way and will not be settled until
the taxe which the public pays for
schools Is so expended In educational In
stitutions that the ninety and nine share
equally In the benefits. There I not a
politician in our tat today who has a
chance of election If he strongly defend
th principle of our higher education.
To ay nothing of th Incompetence
growing out of the syatera, th principle
Involved m th way of subsidies and
taxation are all wrong.
Quaint Bits of Life
Whan a child die In Greenland, th
native bury a living dog with It, th
idea being that th dog should be used
by the child as a guide to th other
James R. Mann, the republican floor
leader in congress, know Just how long
It will tak him to make a speech. When
he et out to talk five minute he alts
down at th end of five minute right
to the second. ,
It I ald that many Chinese temple
are provided with a ball at th entrance,
and when a worshiper enter lie give
th bell rope a pull In order that th
gods may be notified of his coming and
be at hand t attend to his prayer.
Major Perele of the French army medT
cal aervlce, ha been wounded ninety
aevea time, and haa sc far recovered
that ho la looking forward to going to
the front again. Moat of his Injuries
were exceeding slight, but three month
ago he was seriously aounded In three
place and brought I Part for treat
ment. He ha beea decorated with th
Legioa of Honor. .
. Wive are atlH obtained by purchase In
some part f Russia. Ia th district of
Kamyshin, on th Volga, thla 1 practic
ally th only way In which marriage are
brought about. The price of a pretty girl
from a well-to-do family ranges from
flOS to KM. and In special ease a much
higher sum is obtained. Ia tbe villages
the lowest prloe 1 about 13.
Th sum of $3000,000. a part of th
Frach Indemnity paid Genua iiy after
th Franoo-Prassian war, wa placed In
th war oheat at Spa ad a, Germany.
Coin which are almost certainly from
Ski stack have recently found their way
to oa of th big London banks. They
are English sovereign of the 1373 mint
ing. In which a large part of the Indem
nity wa paid. Th colas have th head
of Quea Victoria oa on td aad a
akleld oa th other.
LUTES TO A SMILE.
he would. H ha bought a new automo
bile and now he coim-a honking up th
street at midnight.' Washington titer.
"Any distinctive feature to your Wi
"Yes. elr. Each machine Is plainly let
tered. 'This car is not a Jitney.' This
feature ia greatly appreciated by our
fashionable trade, I assure you." Pitts
Employer Have you no excuse to offer
for such laxlness?
Hired Man I haven't any thst will
"It seems to me that I have seen you
before," said the Judge.
"Ton have, mv lord. I used to give
your daughter singing teaaone."
"Twenty yeara.' Nebraska Awgwan.
"Pome Wall street men who wer re
vival converts, held a meeting that was
opened by prayer, and how do you think
the flret lino of the minister's address
aas printed In th report?"
How?" . .
" Let us prey.' "Baltimore Amerlcsa.
"It take a woman to do fool thing."
"It certalnlv doe. But I never aw
one buy a bottle of hlr restorer from a
bald-headed barber." Houston Post.
"Look here," exclaimed the irate man,
"the horse you sold me interferes."
"Whst of It? He doesn't Interfere with
anybody but himself." responded Harum.
'Thnt man must have been crasy about
"What makes you think that?"
"The doctor said he had the locomotive
and taxi disease." Baltimore American.
estej in thnt novel -jou re reading?
Mariel liked the way it ended New
WOef&RSTKTf A t4TBWtoJ.
wrTwrs MorwHG rr sion
PX HKFSS A MAN WM0 OWMJ A CAIL
srui una tkotc core
nolle wl'1 j.in Ih. h.
"Because he haa no money for running
expense. 'Boston Transcript.
"Does your next door neighbor wake
you In the morning with hla lawn mower
a he did last year?"
"No, answered Mr. Croealot. "I wlah
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How to Fill Your Va
If you are a woman with the right kind of a room
to rent to young men and young women coming to the
city seeking employment, and where everything is
homelike, neat and clean, why, that's the kind of
rooms wo want listed in our New Free Fiirnished
Room Bureau, so that a stranger coming to Omaha
can save time and troublo and accomplish a great deal
more by calling at The Bee Free Furnished Room
Bureau and getting just the kind of a room wanted
If you have a vacant room, don't put' it off any
longer, but call up Tyler 1000 and let us explain
everything to you. Don't forget Tyler 1000, or Room
104, Bee Building.
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