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Lincoln Llttt Building.
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(oilal matter to Omaha Be. JVdltnrlal Depart men.
53,345 '
Bute of Nebraska, County of Douglas, sa:
Dwleht Williams, circulation manager of The Bee
Publishing oompany, being duly ewom, says that the
average circulation (or the month of May, lSlt. waa
DWIOHT WILLIAMS, Circulation Manager.
8uheerlr4 in my presence and aaorn to before
me, thle M day of .Tuna,
ROBERT itCNTER, Notary Public
Subscribers leaving the city temporarily
a ho u Id hare The Be mailed to them. Ad
dress will be changed m often at requested.
Juae It
Thought for the Day
StUdtd by Mmrgmr 7Wo7
Though rtyiy (ratxl th world ovtr to find
Vu beautiful, tea mvit carry it with ua or vt
Jlndjtnrt. Ralph Wtldo Emtrton.
June tnnat go soma In tbe lttt lap to Justify
Its reputation for rare 6ju. ,. '
"Met" say Bryan li out of th democratic
party. "Met"' mutt be permanently out with
Bryan, ' '
- Never-mind, tbe butcher! and grocer have
teen again' vindicated- as rain-maker par ex
cellence. '
The charm of current war bulletins la their
evident desire to please all partisan! of the gun
powder debate. ' r
"Let tbe people rule". Is tbe slogan for demo
crats everywhere except office-holding demo
f rats in South Omaha.
Like other .wisely managed .industries, .the
weather bureau renters Its research activities
where raw material Is fairly abundant.
If that Nebraska patronage pie is really com
ing, It cannot arrive too toon for the hungry,
i:ven if It, buys an extra fare ticket and travels
all the way. on limited fliers.
Judging front appearance, the output of
Omaha's two high schools are quite up to stand
ard. H remains for the individual graduates to
show that they can make good In whatever they
undertake next
An audit of the electric light company may
dc no harm, providing the promised rate reduc
tion is given to consumers right away. If It Is
to be merely a factor for delaying the cut ad
mitted overdue, it is- unnecessary.
Justice and duty alike urge court authorities
to alft to the bottom charges of perjury and
frame-ups Hunting down, the perjurers is not
enough. Those who plan and procure perjury
are the real culprits and should be sternly dealt'
A few months ago Maximilllan Harden wrote
contemptuously of American' seal for dollars.
The tJ.OOO'.OOd which tealous American friends
of Germany contributed for the relief of war
victims In tbe Fatherland -doubtless will be ex
empt from the Harden condemnation.
"Billy" Sunday s chlef-of-staff has also re
signed presumably because dissatisfied with
ia share of the profits on the hymn book sfde
line. But it will not be long till we are told it
Is all due to the diabolical machinations of the
kicked Interests that Billy" Is pummelling.
Half a doxen organiratlons are ow busily
a gaged with publicity weapons,' patriotically
atrivlng to protect the Tnlted States from po(
fcle enemies. Their plans range from Jlngolstre
militarism to persuasive soft soap. Between
the two extremes a multitude of sane counsel
discern the road of wisdom and security.
The June tle of the III Muddy has come and Is
Koine the hlsheat olnt reached belna sixteen feet
fclx Inchea on Wdnerdy. No-harm was done except
to a few colt ixre on the bank.
Fred W. Bladen. ho waa appointed to the Weat
Point cadi-iahlp from Omaha, haa aucceasfully paajed
eutranc examination.
The cloln exercleee of fia Ionils' select
ik hool -od . Wel-ater nrwt were attended by many
J. H. McC'ennrll, niaetrr me hanlo of the I'ntnn
Pacific aUopa at North Ilatte, haa been transferred
to Omaha aa maaier mechanic of the Nebraake dt
vialoit of the road.
D. H. it. ' Fretaell. the auctioneer, who used to
alow the rtd flag on Itougla etreet, haa returned
with notice that ' hia g rails vuit e la likely to b
heard asaln hereabout.
Mrs. Burel. !61 Dodse aireet. U rloakig all lr
heir SMil.'hea, wave and niill.nei y.
The cloeiiig- exi-rciaca of t. Hamabas pariah
a. l.rx almeauied the aaaid of tlie bUhoii'a medal
to harali C'oiiuiij. the Mead medal to Alice Tracv,
the mrdal f -r bo) l Auuaiua Kountxe, and the
j.rize for writing to Frankle Duke.
Mr. ekhttti of Paplll'un ta erecting a thiee
luiy building oa the northwect corner of Tenth and
An Annivcmy for The Bee.
Todsy mark the completion of forty-four
years for The Bee and the beginning of our
forty-fifth year. Pounded by Edward Roee
vater on June IS, 1871, The Bee established
Hoelf at once as a permanent Institution by re
sponding to the popular demand for a newspa
per thoroughly Identified with the Interests of
Omaha, sane, forceful, free and fearless, and
ready to battle against abuses and corruption
and for whatever promised the upbuilding of
the city and tbe welfare of Its inhabitants. Now
the oldest paper In Omaha, continuously tinder
the same ownership and management, tbe past
record Is naturally the best assurance of tbe
The day-by-day appearance with close same
ness makea people forgetful, unless reminded,
of the achievements of a newspaper. The first
demand, of course. Is for all the news, readable,
accurate and prompt, and the present war has
given the most severe test ever applied. Be
cause The Bee i a charter member of the Asso
ciated Press, receiving Its full leased wire serv
ice, our readers are enjoying the most compre
lienslve and reliable war intelligence collected
by any news agency in the world. Not content
with that, we have supplemented this service on
the big events by an exclusive arrangement for
tbe cable dispatches of the New York World and
an unequalled special war photo' service wholly
unique In character. In addition, our local
newt reports, our dispatches from staff rep
resentatives at state and national capitals, and
from our own correspondents in all our neigh
boring cities and towns, our exclusive special
feature, fiction and comic picture services, all
combine to match the best efforts of the most
up-to-date and resourceful metropolitan dailies.
In recognition of the high standard of the
paper, The Bee's average circulation today out
tops tbat of,any previous time. As the pioneer
in making public exact circulation figures, The
Bee has ahown the variations from time to time,
and likewise a steady growth corresponding
with the growth of the community. The cur
rent circulation figures at the head of this page
are 63,345. Five years ago the figures were
42,358. When The Bee entered its thirty-fifth
ear the circulation was 80,928, and when" it
entered Its thirtieth year. In 1901, It was 36,866.
In a word, the number of Bee subscribers has
doubled In the last fifteen years. '
The magnitude of a newspaper like The Bee
merely as a' business enterprise may perhaps be
better grasped from a few. salient facts. The
Bee family consists of 216 regular employes, not
counting over 100 delivery carriers,.. nor the
numerous newsboys, nor several hundred news
correspondents who devote part of their time to
our. service. And the newspaper employes all
along the line average far higher wages than
any other establishment we know of employing
as many men and women, the payroll Isst year
approximating some $245,000. An exception
ally large proportion of them own homes and
pay taxes and help", carry the burdens of the
community. Nearly all this vast sum of money,
too, Is spent right here In Omaha, where it goes
into the channels of trade. Furthermore, it 1a
worth noting that a considerable part of the
money paid out locally by The Bee comes from
what Is known as foreign advertising, being
drawn from out of town, chiefly from the east.
What we oonsideY tbe biggest feather In our
tap during the past year Is the success! crowning
our persistent efforts for Greater. Omaha con
solidation. The Bee alone of Omaha newspa
pers has steadfastly championed the' merger, of
city and suburbs, and it is generally conceded
that without our aid at the critical turns the
.movement could not have won out even now.
At the same time the work of The Bee has also
told for the needed new school buildings, parks
and playgrounds, for saving the Auditorium.,
for good roads and for beautifying and embel
lithing the city, and for sane regulation of pub
lic, utilities in the Interest of the people, The
"btop-off-ln-Omaha" campaign, originated and
inaugurated by The Bee, la alao bringing the
city to the front and laying foundations for
further growth and development.
All th time Tbe Bee ia standing for better
living conditions and for higher standards in
every walk of life, for Intelligence and free
thought, for true charity, for art and culture,
for honesty, for higher Ideals, for Individual
liberty and democracy. While advocating tbe
principles of the republican party. The Bee is
independent of party. Roguea in office, or seek
ing office, have found, and will find, no counte
t ance no matter what party pretences they may
make. In the wider field of national and in
ternational affairs, Tbe Bee Is for peace with
honor, for keeping the United State out of the
torrible European war by upholding' the presi
dent and making the Stars and Stripes the pro
tecting emblem of all humanity. 1
JUinfall and the Growing- Crops.
. The deluge that has visited Nebraska wlthjn
the last fortnight has been a genuine blessing.
The observers at the University farm station
report that for the first time In years sufficient
Of moisture for the growing crops is provided
Careful soli tests and moisture measurements
have shown tbat there ia no excess of water In
the fields, hut the supply is ample and the ben
efit will be noted a little later la the season,
when the waving grain responds to sua and
wind. The experts at the university warn
orrhsrdists of danger from the apple scab, which
finds the cool, damp weather extremely favora
ble to Its ravages. Immediate spraying of trees
Is advised. Aside from this warning, the latest
bulletin from the state farm contains only the
nost encouraging of reports, and supports the
news that comes from all quarters of th state,
predicting a wonderful yield of all sorts of crops
fur th current year.
Medals and collegiate degree are coming
fast to Thomas A. Edison, the wisard of Men to
park. Within a month he haa received the gold
medal of mi5t from the Franklin tnttitute of
Philadelphia and the degree of Doctor of Sci
ence from Princeton university. Mr. Kdlaon
has a record of something over 1,500 patents.
Medals and degree promise to equal the inven
tive score. Moreover, the honor are well won.
Two recent court deliverance on the Sher
man law Steel trust and cash register cases
do not Impair the efficiency, of the Instrument.
What they expos is failure to support allega
tions by evidence
Aimed at Omaha
Franklin New: At laat Omaha haa aecured it
deelrea In setting the surrounding- euburhe Joined to
tt.' making Omaha one of the hlg cltlea of the weet.
A outh Omaha man haa already applied for the Job
aa a unlet ant mayor of the combined rttlea, but waa
turned down by Maror Jim Dahlman, who alwaya did
Ilka to be the whole work Mmeelf.
Beatrice Wun: The Board of Education of Omaha
has derided that high school pupils may be excuaed
from atudylng American hlatory If the principal rev
ommenda that they be given their diplomas without
taking that rnuree of study. Thla action ta In Mne
with th prevailing tendency In school clrclea to make
the 'course of study ao easy that anybody can Set
a diploma. The tendency la bad. We may reiterate
erhat we have aald before, that lowering the at and -arda
of education to meet the grade of Intelligence
of the leaa capable may reault In an Injury to he
more capable pupils. When aaay couraea of atudy
are Inetalled for the benefit 'of the teas able, so that
they ran get through and get an easily-won diploma,
the more capable pupil may be diverted from the
difficult taaka to the easy onea, and thereby loae the
training and mental discipline which the perform
ance of the mora difficult taak gives. The schools
hould not teach their pupil that difficult taaka
ahould be evaded. Nothing can be accomplished by
that palnlea method of eliding through either school
or life.
Loup City Times-Independent: The Omaha papers
are surely trying to give Billy Sunday the black eye
and make Mm out the worst criminal outalde the
prUon bars, ao aa to deatroy any Influence for good
he might exert at the meettnga he la going to hold
In Omaha thla fall. Tou Omaha editors must te
burning under conviction, snd fighting Billy Hunday
to relieve your wratn.
Nebraska City Pre a: The Omaha Bee atatea tht
th Nebraska Rntlway rommleaton la about to teatie
an nrdor that may have the effect of determining- to
what extent It control the creation of public utility
plants, this order to aland agalnat the eeabllehment
of a aecond telephone plant In an Interior town. The
law does not give the commtaalon any such authority,
but It seems to be seising authority wherever It can
get away with It, the ultimate aim being control cf
all public utllltlos, and In the latter field Ita power
ahould never be larger than they are at present.
Papllllon Ttmea: The Omaha Board of Education
haa ceetalnty eetabllal ed a precedent In deciding, that
the atudy of American hlatory would be optional In
the Omaha achool hereafter. The reon given Is
that It la too difficult for the pupils; to master and
carry their other work. Well, aomer people ttave ao
fr lost the American Ideals tret perhaps they are
Just a little bit aahamed of the history of their
country. ' Perhaps It doea not meet European Ideals.
At sny rate, thlnga have come to a sorry state when
the .history of the dlacovery of our continent, the
birth of a nation baptiaed in the blood of the patriots
whom we have been taught to revere, and whole
progress In sll lines of development eclipse those of
any nation, ancient or modern, la of so little Impor
tance aa to be neglected. No wonder our country ia
beginning to fall in Its mlselon of being the great
melting pot of the world. Perhaps the elements
have become e varied and complex that national
pride has ceaaed to exlat. Perhapa' we had better
pull down tho Btara and Btrlpea as being tog common
and perhaps we-may-as well forget the Fourth of
July snd ether oooaalone that remind ua of daya of
past glory. But there sre a few of us old-fashioned
people who still cllr.g to the ideals of our fore
fathers and , who love to read to them and their
achievements. . Then, too, there are thoae who believe
the taaka of atudents In . schools are. necessarily dif
ficult. We used to ce taugTit that nothing worth hav
ing' could be achieved without hard labor. But why
the hlatory of our country should be dropped when It
Is not nearly so difficult aa arithmetlo, algebra, latin
and many other studies. Why not drop them all and
make, tbe school curriculum one of esse and pleaaure,
aend atudenta their dlplomaa by parcel poet and do
away wtlh all this needless work and drudgery, which
we were taught developed the best that waa In us. By
all means make It nice and easy for th weaklings of
future generat'on.
Twice Told Tales
Training llaebatada?
'"Some wive," remarked Sam Bernard the other
day,, ''have terribly effective methods In training their
"A young man had tha habit of returning home
from the dub occasionally in a atate of eemt-lntoxt-catlon.
He married not long ago and, although ha
dnclded to turn over a new leaf, the old habits war
toe strong for htm. and one night, while out with
th boya, he took on board a trifle too much.
"Next morning le came down to breakfast with
th dark-brown taate. There was aomethlng on th
plate before him which had evidently been cooked and
waa auppoaed to be food.
"He took It up on his fork and held It up, looknf
at It in wonder.
" 'What In the world,' he demanded, 'Is this sup
posed to be, dear?"
" 'Well,' replied tha young woman, with disdain,
'It looks very much Ilk your new soft felt hat. and
that la what I thought it was; but you pulled it out
of your pocket when you came home laat night, and
told ' me it was a nice. Juicy a teak, ' and that ' you
bought It on the way home, and you wanted it broiled
for breakfast. Tou can hav It all. I'm not hungry.'
Oreen Book Magaxtae,
Hwldtaa Her Are Well.
He had Just reached the philosophical at age when
he allpped Into a restaurant between bars for a bit
to ' eat. He ordered. Then he sat staring ahead,
quietly thoughtful In expression, and waited.
. .It la admitted he did some waiting, too. What
happened to his order couldn't be understood outside
th peculiar convolutions of a restaurant kitchen, but
he apeat half an hour aittlng there staring ahead
ef him.
At laat it came. A th waltreaa put th order
before htm h started , from hie deep study, as If
he had forgotten he had an order coming. Then,
looking up at the fstr transporter o edible, he said:
"Tou don't look a day older!" Pittsburgh Chron
icle Telegram.
People and Events
A New Tork Judae announce that boosy autoiste
convicted tVi hta court g te Jail without th option of
a fine. eWluakm makea for sobriety .
General D Wet, the unreconstructed Boer whoa
rebellion ia tfouth Africa waa equelched. plead guilty
of "sedition." but deniea "hlrh treisoo " Th differ
eno lie In th length of the term.
The great purity aleuth of w York, Anthony
Comatock. haa been detached from th federal pay
roll and retired a a poatof floe Inspector. Th reasons.
are not given. For over forty years Comatock has
been a terror t vie ponderers and vender of lm
moral literature.
Th gem commission ef Pwnnaylrania serve aottoa
on -all concerned tn four language that two law
passed by the last leialatar prohlbtte unnaru rallied
aliens from owning dogs sad from fiablng tn th
waters of th atate. Aa officially explained the law
art designed to tmpreea upon asweemer that liberty
Is not Ueens and to our a common penchant for
harboring dog and dynamiting atreain far fish. Nat
uraliaed aliena, however, are not restricted aa to doge
or fishing. ,
Th ethical rode of th medical profession Is booked
for Judicial analysis la Louisiana. Th question ha.
valve th right of a doctor to possess himself of a
raaa'a appendix for ftah bait. In th ptatntlf r petition
for exempisry snd puaittv damages It Is alleged that
the doctor' dtaawosis waa incompetent and mlaleaoV
ling, resulting la th loss of a healthy appendix. That
It was sound and well and rapabl of performing its
dutle with neat and dispatch is a how a by th
tact that the doctor used It for fish bait and oaught
a large string- ef piscatorial beauties. The allegatloaa
sound fishy, but th plaintiff does not fel that way.
"livery man oiisht to have son-ethlna-to
koeri lilin occupied. Haa ombet a
"Yea, he has on that kep him occu
pied. Hla hobby la setting a refunl
troni s corporation that ovprrbareod him
on something or other In 18f7." Kanoas
City Journal.
"Tour legal department must be very
expe naive."
"It la," alghed the trust magnate.
"Still, I'auppoae you have to maintain
"Well, I don't know. Son-flflmea I think
It would be cheaper to ob-ar the law."
Chicago Newa.
"Dick declared to me that li could
not endure the frivolotia girls, and see
how he dangle after any wax doll'."
"Well, he professed to like the cereoua
kind, didn't he?" Haltlmore American.
Aunt Marv fvlsltlng In the cltyl 1 want
to hear at least one of your famoua arrand
opera alngera and then ae some of your
leading actora.
Nephew (to fflce boy Jimmy, get ua
some ticket for -the vaudeville ana moy
May ceels and Militarism.
OMAHA, . June l.-To the Editor of
Th Bee: Owing to the fact that certain
Omaha rltlxena have misjudged the aim
of tha Boy Scout moveJT-ent, our troop
has appointed ua to aet forth some of the
principal ' featurea of thla organization.
Some seem to have the Impreceton
that we are of a military character. W
do not stand for militarism, but we do
stand for Che military vlrtuea, ruch as
honor, loyalty, obedience and patriotism.
The uniform, the troop, the patrol and
th drill are not for military tactics,
they are for the unity, harmony and
rhythm of the spirit that boys learn In
In order to become a firet-clasa acout
a boy mast first have a general knowl
edge of 'first aid to the Injured, signal
ing, cooking, woodcratt !nd camp craft
He muat also earn and deposit a bank
account and practice the polnta of the
acout law in hla daily life.
Wood row Wilson, who of sit ethers
stand for peace, ia honorary preeldent
of the organisation of the Boy Scouta of
America. On February J I, of this year,
in the Bast room of the White House, in an
address to our national council, he said,
"I am glad of the opportunity to exprea
my very sincere Interest, not only in the
organisation of t!,e Boy Scouts, but tn the
tbjecta for which It atamta. From an that
I know of It, and have een able to ob
serve personally, it ia an admirable or
ganisation, devoted to the oblecta in
which 1 ntyaelf thoroughly believe." Doea
the boy acout movement need any further
recommendation to" thoae favoring peace?
. At the public library there aro several
copies of the scout handbook. It la Just
a little text, but contains a vast amount
cf useful, Interesting information. Every
one lntereted In boya ahould read It.
For Troop No. 1, Boy Scouta of America.
Monster Heard frosa at Lata.
SILVER CREEK. Neb., June 17. To th
Editor of The Bee: Mr. A. W. Atwood
expresses the opinion that W. J. Bryan
has been grievously wronged by critic
isms heaped upon him, and that "any
man who can stand up for cleanliness
snd. purity snd sobriety and peace and
Christianity as Mr. Brysn haai done" ia
Daughter What doea old-faahloned
Mother-Anytbing that I think la right,
and you don't dear. Philadelphia
"My dear, I know he aaya a great many
things about your good looks."
" What of It?"
"It ta mere flattery."
"Well, maybe It la," aald the girl, "hut
It sounda good. I'd rather listen to that
aort of talk than literary conversation or
opinions about the length of the war."
Louisville courier-Journal.
Husl-ond I dreamed -last nirht that t
had insured my home for $100,0uO and that
It waa burning down.
W'.te J suspected something of the
kind. I heard you yelling "fire" In a
whisper, ail night long. Philadelphia
"Why do they call 'em fountain pens?
too big and good a man to be tied down
In public office.
To be of any value to a thinking person
Mr. Atwood'a defense of Mr. Brysn
should have been specific, st least as to
a few of the alleged unjust criticism,
ahowing wherein Mr. Bryan was wronged
by them, bnt that he does not do. With
your permission I will her reatate a few
of these criticism and defy Mr. Atwood
or anyone else to show that any one of
them wronge Mr. Bryan In any particu
lar. If aom of them read like ancient
hlatory they none the leaa show th
character and atyle of the man.
1. In face of the faot that he iiad al
waya preached the rule of the people
through the inetructlon of delegates. Mr.
Eryan at ' Orand Island, In 1910. spoke
for three hours In a van attempt to get
delegate to the democratic atate con
vention to violate- their Inatruetior.a.
2. At Baltimore ha violated hi own In
structions given him by the democrats
of Nebraska not at a convention, but
t a primary election:
$. Aa a candidate for delegate-M-large
to Baltimore Mr. Bryan took oath in th
office of th secretary if stat ct Lin
coln that -. would abide by th result
of the elee'jon, snd thea he violsted that
osth In deserting Champ Clerk snd going
to Wilson. -
4. Mr. Brvsn hss said that a man who
emhessles power la worae than a man
who embexxlea monev. But' he. 'himself,
st Baltlmor embexaled the. power placed
In hla hnnds bv th domocrsts of Ne
braska by turning It to a purpose other
than that for which it was given him.
i In the fees cf sll his preaching of
peace, Mr. Bryan violated the spirit of
all his much Taunted peace treaties by
remaining in Prealdent Wllaon'a cabinet
while he made war in Mexico In the
wanton attack on Vera Crus. with th
result thst nineteen Americana and about
300 Mexicans were killed. Mr. Brvsn thus
acquiesced In the slsughter and made
himself a party to It.
. Mr. Bryan as secretary of atate. took
an oath to aupport the constitution of
th United States and yet la violation of
that oath he used his power, official and
personal, to help President Wilson fore
certain so-called "administration meas
ures" through an unwilling congress.
Undoubtedly Mr. Brysn hss his virtues,
but th virtu of consistency is not one
Hnaaaalty AVoe Cavalry.
OMAHA, June IS. To th Editor of
The Bee: In thla momentoua and critical
moment in the history of our country, I
vltw with patriot k; concern th absence
of Mr. Bryan from th Immediate coun
cils of the nation. I, however, rejoio
tn th pleasing conviction- that a ha
leave those councils- anchored In th
hop of our noble president, he enters
the larger oounctla of th nationa of th
world to plead in righteoua wladom for
universal freedom and to proteat against
the atrocious crime of war.
lt us thea merge th act of resigna
tion into Insignificancy and forgetful
neaa, and with a larger and truer vision
behold th grandeur of so exalted a pur
pose. With the belief In th prophecy that
the evolutionary epoch la near for the
collapse of political and theocratic tyran
ny, reared upon the usurpation of divine
and human right by king and bishops,
tormentors of the human race, and per
petuated by a senseleaa reverence for tra
dition. '
Not that Mr. Bryan lovea hla country
less, but humanity more, which la th
moat exalted conception of true American
Ism. Now that he. Impelled through Its
potentiality, consecrate hla life to
human . rights and liberty, let no man
rata a vole of protest.
For he wh enly sees in th resumstion
from a cabinet portfolio by Mr. Bryan aa
Influence satisfying to hla hatred for
other natiowa and seeks to express in th
venom of that hatred American patriot
ism, is a malefactor to this republic and
Boston Transcript: A eolleg education
Is a wonderful thing, but It hasn't wholly
eradicated th one-inch brim and th four
Inch red hatband,
Houston Post: Whll Mr. Bryan waa
addressing hta German -A mcrtcaa fallow
,cltlsena. why duin't he ask them t us.
their Influence with their congressmen to
do something for national prohibition?
Pittsburgh Dispatch: Arguments these
daya from belltgerenta on the other aid
of th water about "tha general prin
ciples of international law" read vary
much Ilk foolishness ia th light of re
cent history.
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i ehonH'saV freservolf 'ffrniiM h-r (T i
i honor name. A reservoir ci-mnlnf Jl !-
nil's, a foutitaln throws rm a ound.
think fountain pen is n.- i-n-i-'
name," sad tt-e party of tlie second vit.
New York Time. ,
"Yea: I refuse,! Jk eight times before
acentlnr him."' ,
"Why dlil you chanse your niind?
"I didn't 1 merely ei-hn.) to
whether or not inv future husband t
a man of perseverenro am' dclcrmlnv
tlon." Bowton Transcript.
Designing Widow Hpeakma of conun
drums, can vou tell me why the lelier
'd'' is like the marriage serWre?
Hlowboy I'm no good at conundrum
Why? , ' . .. ...
Widow Because "we" rant be wed
without it. Boston Transcript.
Miss Tellowleaf I frankly admit I am
looking for a husband.
Mrs. Ouxiler So am I.
Miss Yellowleaf But T thought you
had one.
Mrs. (lurxler-So I have, and I siienrt
most of my time looking for him. Judge.
Ella A. Fanning, in New Tork Times.
Mister Brran,
Are vou tryln'
Thua to rock the boat?
Men are savin'
Tour thought's strayln'
Toward a future vote!
They are hintln' '
Y'ou are souintin"
At a party new;
Prohlb-Peace one.
War-muat-ceaae one.
And Its leader you!
No complolnln'
'Oainst campe.lsnln ,
Next year, do we make,
Rut your fads, air,
' Leave ua ead, air.
With so ranch st stake'
Y'our reelgnln'
Won't cause plnln'.
Tears no evea will blind.
At your a-oln'
Grlefa not showln':
We. too. are resigned!
One you're leavln'
1s not rrievin';
He'll Innw what to On.
"nlM backln'
He'a not lackln.
Even though lackln' you!'
Slow and stady.
Hp's no hand to fight.
Still he's atmin'
At proclalmln'
He bilevea right makes mleht'
Mister Brysn,
JJot denvin'
' Your ideals sre hljrii.
Just at present,
Bsckbono's pleasant
So, good-hye, good-bye!
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