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Thought for the Day
Select" by Mary C Andrew
O may I ioin the choir in ci tittle
Of (A"M immtrtal dtad, vho live again
7a fnindi made better by their pretence; lit
In pulses ttirrtd by generality,
In deeds of during rectitude, in scorn
For miterabU aime that end teilh elf.
In thought! sublime that pierce the night like
And with their mild persistence urge men'
To natter ittuee. George Eliot,
"Americans Lot money.'
Buret! But there
Omaha, attain leads tha world as a sheep
ii.arxeL Omaha has a lot of world records.
John Wanatnaker Would have Uncle 8am buy
Belgium for the Belgians. How about Mexico
for the Mexicans T '
Minister of Munitions Lloyd George appears
to be the most successful strike-breaker who
ever weired the glad hand from union men.
Better get together on an estimate of Otna-
La's population. Borne of the guesses that are
being put out are ao wild as to be more harm
ful than helpful
There fa Just one way to keep out of debt
to the municipal household as in the private
nossenold, and that Is to atop the expense bill
below the revenue line.
A revolution in shoes from gay to sober
colors la promised for next fall. The change
wOl rescue from the garret Dr. Hale's famous
admonition: "Look tip, not down."
Grand Duke. Nicholas at Moscow announces
tLat there is no doubt of a final and complete
victory for Russian arms. Moscow is 300 miles
from the nearest trenches, and distance guaran
Neutrality Ueber Allei!
The long delayed Jarring of the federal
patron a it e plnm tree so eagerly awaited by the
Nebraska faithful l at last a fart, disclosing
the president still entrenched in a position of
The relative strength of the battle line of the
belligerent democratic factions remains un
changed except by advance of each side into
rampart evartisted by republicans.
Here are the political war bulletins: Colonel
Bryan has been permitted to deploy a detach
ment of his forces under Brother-in-law
"Tommy" Allen into the district attorney's head
quarters, and to send a flank scouting party led
by Judge Ioomls to take possesion of the In
ternal revenue supply depot.
From the opposite side, Herr Fleldmarshal
ton Hitchcock has been signalled to move fits
fleet of prairie schooners, commanded by Ad
miral "Tom" Flynn, Into the protected harbor
known as United States marshal's point, and to
kcate his personal military aide? flub-Lieuten-
ant McCune In the customs house lookout.
Honors are easy! Odds are even!
No one loses any ground except the undeserv-
ng republicans, and the requirements of presi
dential neutrality fully observed.
In the mean while, the democratic ammuni
tion factories are working over time on gas
shells and ink-filled shrapnel and the noise of
the sharpening of the spears and the whetting
of the knives may be heard In both camps.
Chant u qua circuit which will arrange for
Joint debates between Colonel Roosevelt- and
Colonel Bryan will not only arouse the sporting
blood, bat will require extra hands to count the
Parents are now blamed for the fault of
their children. Critics should exercise patience.
The playground' movement will presently cor
rect the faults and make 'em atl good parents
and children also.
. . . 1. 1 l Ll !
Castro, the former president of Veneiuela,
has about aa fold welcome In, the sub-tropical
Lnla West Indies as Huerta, the former presi
dent of Mexico, encountered In the temperate
one United Btates.
Just the same it would not be a bad Idea for
the various civic organixations who from time
to time voice complaints about expensive local
government to get In on the budget estimates
before the levy Is made.
Should CousLts Marry?
Each of the warring nations Is explaining
that It has ample resources to keep oa playing
the war game for several years. If not Indefin
itely. If that ts the rase, the sooner they start
negotiating the peace treaty the better.
Future of Manufacturing-.
Not all of American energy is now being de
voted to the manufacture of war materials, al
though for the present that department of in
dustrial activity Bems to overshadow the more
Important and beneficial undertakings that are
going forward. All lines of Industry are renew
ing life, and many that had languished because
of foreign competition are coming to the front
This Is especially true of chemicals, dyes and
some other articles, for the supply of which
America had come to depend on Germany. The
advance In these lines will be more rapid when
a very Important factor has been decided.
American makers are asking that they be given
some assurance that their investments in. new
plants will not be Jeopardized by foreign actlvl-
ties when the war Is over. A Michigan chemical
compady reports Its experience of a few years
ago to illustrate this point. It began the ex
port of a bromide, and was informed by German
manufacturers that for every pound of the
American-made article exported, Germany would
send two pounds to this country. And the
threat was realized; Germany did send the brom
ide to the United Btates, paid the 25 per cent
duty and undersold fhe Michigan manufacturers
in the home market. Other American firms had
had similar experience, and It Is against this
sort of competition they ask for protection.
Plants for the making of war munitions are
not. to be . permanently devoted to such uses,
are virtually owned by the government to whose
order they have been built, and will only revert
to the American companies at the end of the
war. Until European Industry can be reorgan
ized, the United States will continue a heavy ex
porter, but when the shops of the countries now
at war can again be started up, the battle for
Industrial supremacy will be renewed.
Even the democrats are becoming impressed
with the vital necessity of making provisions
for the fostering of American industries after
the war, but the free trade policy of that party
is too firmly rooted to give the manufacturers
the complete assurance of protection they must
have. The republican party Is traditionally de
voted to the building up of home factories, and
will surely meet and solve this problem In the
only effective way.
Another Model. Town.
Anchorage,' the new town that will be the
water-side terminal of the railroad the federal
government Is to construct in Alaska, Is to be a
model town. At least that is the word sent out
from there, under approval of the officials in
charge of the project. Just what model it Is to
follow is not vouchsafed, other than the inferen
tial information that it will not be on the lines of
early day Alaskan mining camps. "Model"
towns art not a novelty, nor have they been
uniformly successful. . In far-gone antiquity. It
was the easy practice of a conqueror to set the
conquered at work, erecting a "model" city to
take the place of the one he destroyed, and from
deep burled ruins archaeologists have exhumed
records that give us marvel. In modern times
the experiment has not so often been tried. Con
stantlnua built a model city and called It Con
stantinople, and Gibbon tells us it fell to pieces
in a comparatively short time after it was
brought into being. Whether this proves the
fallacy of the Idea, or that the builders of that
time were grafters, may be open to speculation
George M. Pullman built a model city for his
workmen, but later had to give over the idea,
and allow the Individuals to have their own way
Russia founded a model city at Port Arthur, but
the Japanese interference with Its full develop
ment, leaves unsettled any question that might
have been attached to its future. Uncle Sam
has proved himself in many ways the superior
of Nebuchadnetsar, Cyrus, Alexander, Con
ataotinus or any of that lot of builders, and hts
work Is generally done with more of real thor
oughness than that accomplished by Ruaaia, eo
Anchorage may yet stand to the world as an ex-.
ample of what may be done by a government
when it sets out to provide a model.
THAT the manias of kin. dlte the conclusion
of Horn hlnh author HI", may attended with
no evil reatilta, aava when both Block a are weak,
la the theala defended by the late Dr. Edward Nettle
ahlp of the Kntveralty of London, In a noathumona
paper printed In The Journal of Heredity. Th subject
of mania are between blood relation", he note, la on
inmn which there has been milch diversity of opinion,
douttleea often baaed upon the experiences of certain
Ins-la families. Thoae who object, from Individual
experience, would perhaps be surprlaed to find. Ir.
Nettieahlp aava. that the children of mucins aome
times ahow decided Improvement upon their parents.
Tn ahort, he venturea to think that the subject Is one
upon which wa may well aeek more knowledge and
greater dear nes of thought. He goes on to ay or
aui h marriage:
"Tha fundamental queatlona are (1) whether the
offaprlna; of eonaanftulneoua rrent display Inferior or
degenerate characters In larger proportions than do
tha cffaprlng of unrelated parcnta? And 2). If euch.
an effect can be ahown. la the appearance of these
undV'Irable characters attributable to something pro
duced de novo by the union of parents related In
blood, but who themaelvcs contain tio trace of euch
characters, either manifest or hidden Or axe the de
fecta only a result of both parents being tainted, but
not tainted badly enough to ahow?
"The second queatlon la not merely academic. For
If conaangulnlty can produce anmethlng bad, good, or
Indifferent that has never occurred before In the
genealogy, then no cousin marriage Is aafe. But If It
la only a case of inheritance from Dot parents, a
tainted (air who have no community of blood will, an
far aa wa know, he aa likely to have undesirable
offaprltig aa If they were tainted couilna; while
cnualna who are free from taint will be expected to
yield normal children.
' It must be aald at once that the data for answer
ing the flrat queatlon upon atatlatlcal grounds do not
exiat, bpcauae no one tia to the present time ban
been able to obtain sufficiently accurate returns of the
relative number of coneagulneeus and unrelated mar
riages. "As to the second queatlon: Are the defects some
time observed In the ofspring of consanguineous
parenta due to the conaangulnlty aa such or, on the
other hand, to both parents being tainted?
"In regard to the de novo origin of defects In chil
dren of coualn psrentage. we find Charlea Darwin
stating his belief na follow, after having; devoted
much attention to the subject: 'I hope to show tn a
future' work that conaangulnlty by Itaelf counta for
nothing, but acts aolely from related organlama hav
ing a similar constitution, and having been exposed
In moat cases to similar conditions:' and 'a recent
authority, Prof. J. Arthur Thomson of Aberdeen, con
siders thst 'the Idea that there can be any objection
to the marriage of two healthy couaina who happen
to fall In love with each other Is preposterous.' Many
similar, and also some, but I think a diminishing
number of, opposing opinions might be cited.
"Whet, then. Is the origin of the view, or st least
the suspicion, held by many, that consanguineous
unions are Injurious aa such? Without going back to
the early history of marriage coustoms and prohibi
tions a task I am not competent to undertake It In,
1 think, enough to aay that the early Christian church
appeara to be chiefly responsible for the existing resi
due of prejudice against the marriage of cousins. Tha
church put Its ban upon consanguineous unions at
first In connection with the cult of asceticism and
cellbaoy; later, because It was able by the sale of
Indulgences to make money by allowing consanguin
eous couples to break the canonical rules for a con
sideration. That this was so Is confirmed by the sub.
sequent extension of the prohibitions to vsrlous affini
ties, or even accidental associations, between persons
not related at all by blood. .
Of course, other csnses have been and are still at
work In both encouraging snd discouraging consan
guineous marrtagea. Dr. Nettleshlp thinks thst the
most operative cause of, hostility to these unions is
the confus'on between Inheritance of defect from
two slightly tainted but apparently normal parents
and the supposed creation of an entirely new thing
by union between thoae of related blood. For Instance,
If among the children of seemingly normal cousins there
should be some born desf and dumb, no surprise need
be felt if the couslnahlp, as such, Is blamed; although
Inquiry might have found cases of the same malady
in ancestors or collaterals. To quote further from
Dr. Nettleshlp'a discussion:
"That consanguinity of parenta repeated through
many generations Is compatible with the maintenance
of a high standard of health and vigor (mental and
bodily) la demonstrated by well known Instances.
"Of course, plenty of examples are to be found
where an excessive proportion of diseased and de
generate is found smong the offspring of coualn
parenta But these prove no more than that if sucn
degnnerarlea exist in the stock they may be transmitted.
'That inbreeding, very much closer In degree and
repeated far more often than anything In modern
human society, does not necessarily lead to degener
acy, but quite the contrary, la ahown by the history vi
modern breeds of domestlo animals. For it Is of
course sdmltted not only that the marvelous lm.
pro'vements effected during the last 1B0 years In the
breeds of horses, oxen, sheep snd pigs to name only
the more Important kinds of live, stock have been
reached by careful selection of the Individuals possess
in the charactere deal red; but that, aa we are con
stantly - told, the only way to secure and fix such
desirable characters Is to carry out thla crossing of
I think, therefore, we may conclude that mar
riages between cousins ' 4rV as safe from the eugento-
polnt of view as any other marrlagaa. provided the
parenta and stock are sound.. ...
The difficulty, or course, ootn for consanguineous
and out-marrlages la to decide upon this vital point;
and as for obvious reasona the family history Is more
likely to be forthcoming -for -a pair of coualns than
for an unrelated tlr, we have here a part explana
tion of tha aversion to cousin-marriage met with In
some families. This explanation will tell with apo
dal force If the disease or defect Is relatively rare,
for then It will be more likely to occur, though in a
latent form, in two coualna than In two strangers
But If the Aefeot apprehended be a frequent one, e. g.,
tuberculosis, the otiancea of the hereditary liability
to' it being present In both parenta and Intensified
in their children may be much the aame whether the
parents were coualna or not."
Moat of the bualiieas kousti and many residence
are enveloped in mourning on account of Oeneral
Irani s death. Tha rot-mot Ul committee derided te
wait for the funeral cay for holding the eaerciaea
Eugene hchindorff. the 6tadt theater comedian.
la still lying 111 at KL Joseph hospital. A benefit per
formance la to be given for him next week.
Charles 1- Km.'tli and John I Shea were ad
mitted for practice in tha dlatrl- t court.
The sur-acritcra for the vetrrana prlae for the com
ing d'-pertmeiit rifle contest, lacking five names to
twrtiA It. are aa follows: Charles W. atsnderson. A,
L. Mtreiig. C. V. Vredeitck. Charles K. BurmeisUr,
1. L. Thomas. Janu-s W. Bavae. W. J. Broatca.
P. iX lUwt-s. !. K. Kiiuball. I). N. Bowman. Willi. m
T. ilechal, H. Oceta. M. I. Mead. II. William J. W.
liar. John ranfu lj, Fred J hnaaJis
J. F. Mh-ketwell, medium for Independent slate
writing without a puu and other extraordinary
plritualkallc maiveia. lias rouna at Mrs. Hooper's.
Sis North Kixtt-mth street.
The railioa's have Uauod orders offering to
traimi-ort free freight for exhibition St the Omaha
lair'anl HiM.s'.Llun to be held here In September.
The "almighty dollar" Justifies the designa
tion. It has become the prince of world coins
and is growing In Importance dally. In exchange
rates the dollar now Is worth ll.Ot In English
money, ft.01 tn French money, $1.17 tn Ger
man, fl.18 In Italian, $1.33 In Russian and
$1.14 in Austrian money. If the world war goes
far into the second year the ascent of the dollar
may take It out of sight of foreign money.
Old Culebra la sliding some more and mock
ing attempts to send warships through to a
Ban Francisco holiday. As long as this Jelly-like
mountain resents . the surgery of man, the
Panama canal will not fulfill the hopes or Justify
Brief eoBtrlbnttoas on timely
topics Invited. The Bee essoinee
no responsibility for opinions of
correspondent. All letters snb.
jeo to eoadaasatloa by editor.
Dasgeraas Pools lai the Parka.
OMAHA, July 3. To the Editor of
The Dve: Commissioner Hummel tries
to evade any reeponsHrtllty brought by
the coroner with the excuse that tie does
not have enough men to look after the
Thla la no doobt a very good resuron,
but it seems rather queer that these dan
gerous places should be allowed to exist.
The fact that there are not enough
supervisors and that children will always
play In water when an opportunity pre
sents itself, ouaht to heve been suf
ficient warning for Mr. Hummel to have
done away with these dangerous places,
Corn Exchange National Bank.
Helen Will thamae All.
KEARNEY. Neb.. July 2J.-To the Edi
tor of The Beet I am a scientist, and
there is no secret so greet that cannot bo
solved In time. I read In The Bee on
of T. R.'s siieeches, and he certainly
makes a good many mistakes. I know
it will not be long until an army of
aon.ono to 300,000 men can he killed by a
machine constructed from the rays of the
sun, and electric, almhlps will be used for
that purpose. Ho T. R.'s army would not
last long when this machine comes Into
use. J. It. CARIBON.
. People and Events
It la no surprise to learn that the warehouse
Uw Is defective. The Influences which hur
riedly whipped it into shape were more anxious
to serve political ends than anything else.
A Chinese air! who Is looking for "the perfect men"
has landed in Ban Francisco. Hhe has the rlbt slant,
but the perfect nan la already engaged.
Johnny Bradley, millionaire sport of New Tor,
explains that ha la not financing Doo Cook s Hlmejyan
venture. Bradley knows when enough Is a-plenty.
A Philadelphia editor who undertook 16 reduce si
ce salve fatness Is. a dead one. He worked himself
down from tut to 131 pounds, when the undertaker took;
him in hand.
Charlea Erbach of Summit. N. J., Oerroau born.
haa Just n tarried Mlse Eunloe Holmes, a full blooded
Cherokee. The Teuton and the American make
The wife of a Jobholder on the New Tork City
payroll. In her application for divorce, swore that he
broke a mirror on her head, chased her with a rasor,
alapped bar with a revolver, hit her with a ferndlsh
and tore her clothes. Outside of these temperaments)
defects be Is a fair sort of a fellow. '
la a recent speech at Atlantic City, Richmond P,
Hobaoa announced that the pins are all art to ditch
the one-term plank at the democratic national con
ventlon. nominate President Wilson and leave the
"wet" and "dry" question for state settlement. More
over. Hobaon aald. Uryan would aupport the ticket an J
decline a prohibition nomination. Richmond ts
prophet from the clam belt.
Tipping proceeds la the usual may In Dee Moines
despite the law's "you must net." Mate house off!
dais promise to give the tipsters a run for the money,
He-ore one more for enfranchised women. Four of
them cavorting In the waters at Manhattan went to
the rescue of an Imperilled bather and brousM te
the dry sands the limp form of Jerusha Ana Marts
June Tvmpkina. Jeruaha was rolled on a barrel and
the donors "What hast thou, O man,
that hath not been given thee?"
We have seen a few self-centered per
sons who built high-board fences be
tween themselves and their neighbors
bet they are now dead but their chil
dren broke down the fence and have found
the children of their fathers' anathemas
friends, cultured, and have Joined
In business and Intermarried, and now
they wonder why their parents Could
have been so narrow aa to rob them
selves of thla great benefit?
Burh will have to "Olt off the earth
themselves," for the spirit of "universal
brotherhood special" ts on the way. "Roll
up your tepee" for the last time and ac
cept the place In the universal family.
Tha daya of the raider, pirate and
brigand are about over, every man Is my
brother, he needs me and I need bun.
Universal brotherhood and the open door.
Individual toothbrush and a bottle f
moiarirve with every slice of huckleberry
pie." Philadelphia Ledger.
A ticsrro died without medical attend
ance and the coroner went to Investigate,
"Did Samuel WUItams live here?" he
saked the weeping woman who answered
"Tuaaah." sfae replied between sobs.
"May I see the remain T" naked the
"I Is de remains," she soaewered,
proudly. Young's Magaakne.
"Do you regret, my good man." said
the Judge, "-having killed the pedestrian
with your golf ball?"
"Yes," said the confirmed player, with
tears In his eyes: "1 do. If he hadn't got
In the wray I'd nave made that bole In
one less than bogie." Judge.
Keep the 1'nblle Library Open.
OMAHA. July 23. To the Editor of The
Bee: I want to commend The Bee for
making a string protect against the early
fati-rrtay closing of the Omaha public
The people who derive the greatest
benefit from the public library are those
who are compelled to work during the
day time and who can only avail them
selves of Its privileges during the even
ing. Closing the library at 2 p. m. on
Saturday will therefore deprive a large
portion of our people of the advantages
of an institution which they support lib
erally through taxation.
The citixens of Omaha are proud of
their well equipped library, which repre
sents sn Investment of more then $000,
000, and the taxpayers are deeply Inter
ested In aeeing that It accomplishes the
greatest possible amount of good for the
We tiave the plant, consisting of the
building and the books, so why not give
those who are paying the bills every op
portunity to use It.
Let us hope that the Ubrsry board
will see the error of the early closing
Idea and proceed to keep the library open
as many hours as poealble each day, so
that those who are unable to go to the
library during the day time may havo
the benefit of the heavy Investment made
by the people of Omaha.
I C. A. BAUMQARDXER.
Indlanaat Wlfe'a Happy Lot.
OMAHA, July 2J.-To the Editor of The
Bee: To "II" of Council Bluffs, many
thanks for the boost. Tou are entirely
right, for I have never attended, a card
party In my life, and aa for you betting
a load of wheat, my friend. It would be
entirely safe, for we do certainly enjoy
our evenings together. During the day I
devote my time to the care and comfort
of the babies snd at night they are put
to bed, and my time Is devoted to the
comfort and pleasure of the good hubby.
When the lawn needs mowing, as P. Q.
states, of course, I don't do It. It isn't
xpected of me. tut J do the raking and
shearing around the walks. In fact, with
ua. married life is a business partner
ship. In which we both have our full
share of rights. Our motto is "Look on
the bright aide and be a help to each
other." We are both only In our twenties.
so hope and expect to spend a long,
THAT INDIGNANT WIFE.
ChasiTtnlet, Maverick or Dtaarrr
TILDEN, Neb., July 25. TV the Editor
Cf The Bee: Brother, "Another Tourist
Printer." haa evidently been "Seeln" Type-
Ifce, or had been "run up on the dead
hook;" having become ao omnl-important
that He has split off the United Htates
from the rest of the globe to make a
little moon for himself; thue having be- I
come a full fledged Chauvinist; liavlug on ,
his blinders of prejudice thst he, with
one word denominates all the rest of the !
world as waste and Its Inhabitants as
despicable "furrlners," thue scooutered
he Is rounding the corner to Jlngovllle
hooked to hts Pharisaical cart. "I'm the
only it." Verily "Jeshurun has waxed
fat and kicked" his mother square In the
face, and Is still kicking, until there Is
nothing left of himself but ears and
bray. (For his ancestors could not have .
been the original Cboktaws or Flat heads,
for they have already accepted the ways
of the white man. or he must appertain
to the Digger Indian, who dresses him
self with sunshine and rakes his nour
ishment out of an anthill with a crookel ;
stick, makes faces at civilisation and
gurgles at progress). The most of the
rest of us or our ancvelors came over
In the Mayflower or at a later date, to
a land, which we are all willing to label
tho beet on earth, for It is the cosmo
politan molting pot of the globe and haa
already become the universal world In
miniature, for moat of what we have
here has been Imported, except a few
trinkets that the Digger Indian has left
lying around the mareiiee.
The United States, great as It Is. never
theless is the daughter of Mother Wurope.
for we cannot even boast of a language
of our own we brought that from across
the briny deep t except the gurgle and
grunt of the Digger Indian), likewise our
Jurisprudence came via the old world
from the Mosaic cods, while science, art,
musto and philosophy are only appro
priated from other realms. Therefore It
will not be so easy to push this des
picable "furrlner" from our decks, who
haa ages of history and progress be
hind him for we who appertain to the
Caucasian race find that we or our an
cestors have been emigrants and there
were none of the lansruages, systems or
customs tiere when they came, except
those of the aborigines. We do not
"forget the rock from whence we were
hewn." There may be a few mushrooms
pop up, and call all their own. that they
ran get their feet on or survey with the
green eye of prejudice, verily. "A fly
sat on a chariot wtiecl and ssid, what a
duat I do raise."
We hsve no sympathy, brother, with
that foreigner who comes here and de
preciaus everything; we will Indeed saaist
you la deporting him. but we have far
less regsrd for selfish "knownothlnglsm"
that appropriates the gifts that have
been brought (rum aU parts of the globe
to the melting pot. proudly proclaiming
them as "his own" and basely maligning
"1 think well of your hotel. Mr. Land
lord," said the prospective visitor to the
Mountain house. "Now.
Have you any special
a to your table
attractions to offer?"
"We sure hsvs," replied the landlord,
with enthusiasm. "We're the only hotel
tn the United Stales that furnishes an
Oh, untamed creature of the forest dee pi
How haat thou reveled in the mountain
steep Thine own true habitat one with the
Ptlll universe, m which thy lot was cast!
How haat thou stalked the valley, head
With senses all alert, when shades of
Had broug-ht the bright stars glistening
The tangled brush scarce cra-skling
'neath thy tread;
A rambling as of thunder In thy throat;
The cool wind blowing through thy heavy
Thy glorious no at, thine own Inheritance
From Giver of all gifts; the wide expanse
Of mountain, stream and sky thine only,
To have and hold by tight of birth and
Oh, untamed creature of the wlldernea!
Thy feet no more the yielding earth shall
No more shalt roam the forest, free as
Nor seek thy bom in some deep Jungle:
Thy gaping Jaws with daxxllng teeth be
tween Cause me no terror with their life-like,
For never more I'll see thee stretch and !
Nor see the fire of life shine in thlno.
Thy snarling mouth no longer fear In-,
Thine eyes shine only with reflected
Thy cumbrous form can waken fear no
It lies outstretched upon my cottage
A rich fur rug, wherein my slippered
Find comfort and delight and joy com
Popular Circle Tours
Go on way, return another
The Chieego Oreat Western, pursuing its polley of pro
viding attractive and popular excursions, has arranged with
its connections for a number of so-called CIRCLE TOURS.
Cirola Tours, bealde a satisfactory destination, provide
a diversified route. No part of any of these tours beyond
Oreat Western terminals) la repeated; new scenes are con
stantly unfolded, and this at no additional expense.
Hare) Arm a Fmvo of Over On HanJrud Cire 7oarrs
Omaha to Chicago thenoa via Cincinnati. Pittsburg,
Washington or Baltimore to Norfolk, Steamer to New York,
returning via Buffalo. Niagara Fails, and De- ffietfl tlfm
trolt to Chicago and homo pOU.UW
Omaha to Ch lcago thence via Cincinnati, Columbua.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, Washington or Baltimore to Norfolk.
Ve,, boat to New York, through New England to Montreal or
and'hom"' Buffalo, Niagara or Detroit Jj$(2 20
Omaha to Chicago thence via Detroit, Niagara Falla,
Montreal arvt New England to New Tork. returning via Phila
delphia, Baltimore, Washington. Pittsburg and S(57.j)0
Omaha to Chicago thence via Niagara, Buffalo to New
Tork, return via Philadelphia. Baltimore. Wash- K.A fltm
Ington and Pittsburg te Chicago and home pJ.JVF
Omaha to Chicago thence via Detroit. Niagara Falls,
Buffalo to Montreal (St. iJiwrenoe Thousand Island boat trip
?8 extra) down through New England to Bos- CStQ OH
on, returning through New York State pOO.U
Returning via steamer line and New York Clt- SBT.10
OmaUa to Chicago thence via Washington or Baltimore
to Norfolk, Vs., and boat Norfolk to Boston, CCO Al
returning via Montreal, Buffalo and Niagara .... pJJ'vy
Omaha to Bt Paul or Minneapolis thence via Tallow
atone or Olaoler National Paries or via Canadian Rockies,
Hpokane, Heattle and Puget Sound to Portland, returning
throusn Salt Lake City, Scenic Colorado and 5Q,Q(3
- Omaha to St. Paul or Minneapolis thence via Yellow
stone or Glacier National Parka, or via Canadian Rockies,
Spokane, Seattle and Puget Sound to Portland, returning via
San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Salt 9t'7A AK.
' Lake, Bcenlo Colorado, Denver ? l
Any of the above may be reversed at same prtoe also a
great variety of shorter circle tours. Including five Great
Lake vacation tripe with all sailing expanse paid.
Variety, the spice of life, has been Infused into our circle
Get In touch with us for popular outings. It la our busi
ness to make your trlpa satisfactory. We want a continua
tion of your patronage and confidence.
P. F. BONORDEN, C. P. A T. A.,
15sa raroam Btrees, Omaha. rhone Jonglas SAO.
(Emphmtiz4 tU "Graf)
New York Boston and the East
Via Rook Island Lines
Choice of Nearly Fifty Different Circle Tour
. to Choose From
Routing includes principal cities, points
of interest and popular resorts of the
East, allowing optional steamer trips
via the Oreat Lakes, St. Lawrence
Biver and Thousand Islands, Lake .
Champlain and Hudson Biver; also ,
sound steamer between Boston, New
York and Norfolk, Va., and others.
Round Trip Tickets on Sale Daily
Detailed Information concerning rates and
routes oa request.
9. a. McNAIXY, p. p. A.,
14th and Farnam, W. O. W. Bids;.
When you order Krug C-Pt'tf,'-
yuu wiii uui get a
beer of quality but also an oppor
tunity to obtain a free premium by
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