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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE
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VICTOR ROSEWATRU. EDITOR.
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Thought for the Day
5cff by Kathryn Hamlin.
ril$ay th loyal, helpful thing that maki$ lift
ivwi and fair;
Til pay (A gratitude I (net
For human lovt ana can. V an Uykt.
In th meantime, the Jitneys are still doing
tuslness at the old Hand.
It must have been political handwriting that
Inscribed that plate for the Becker coffin.
Wind blew down a Chautauqua tent In south
western Nebraska. ' No, no on was talking.
By this time next year the presidential cam
paign will Just be beginning to swing out Into
But It the ball team were to win a few games,
It would not seriously Interfere with the boost
We regret to report a fear that the few re
maining republicans In the federal building here
will soon be feeling lonesome.
' It Is a toss-up whether the next cabinet
change belongs by rights In the Navy department
or in the Department of Commerce.
, It is to be hoped that as Carranxa'a publicity
ttgent In tha United States, "Met" is to be paid
a salary and not according to his "string."
Let it be noted, though, that the speedometer
Is not clicking quite so fast at the beginning of
the second year of the great European war.
Var is said to have brought the Russian
peasants the 'benefit of dentistry. Now, who says
the scourge of the invader has no compensations?
Our coming Nebraska state fair will be an
eye-opener on the possibilities of a rainy season
n what was once called "the Great American
The Lusitania was about a two weeks' sen
cation. The Eastland xcltement has died away
In less time. . In this fast-moving age no thrill
lasts long, s
An extraordinary number of accident fatali
ties seem to be striking all around us. Is tjt im
possible to teach the boat rockers the lesson in
advance of the upset?
Looking backward, the record of the year
shows that the Japs were the only ones who car
ried out their part of the war program with
neatness and dispatch.
Ilere is where something like a hydro-a,uto-
mobile, for land and lake navigation, correspond
Ing to what the hydroplane is for sea and air.
would make a hit from the send-off.
The complaint agaiost the demoralizing in
fluence of the two-ated motorcycle was orig
inally lodged against the row-boat and the bi
cycle. The automobile in Its early stages also
evoked the same complaint, and so will the
air.hlp whenever It comes Into common use.
The Suffering: Cost.
The staggering cost of one year of the Eun
pean war when reduced to figures Is so bewilder
ing us to require time for mental absorption.
The first thought goes to the colossal draft that
has been made upon the flower of the manhood
of the different warring nations, which Is meas
ured by the bent compilation of official statistics,
and reports of the Red Cross and other relief
organization, as follows:
Wounded. Mlnalnc. Total.
... 906.000 l,f 00,000 600,00 J.M6.0O)
.. .2.408.000 LUC.OOO 1.WU.000 I.S66,0O)
Think of two and a half million men killed.
and twice as manv wounded. Realise that the
total of 9.365,000 killed, wounded, prisoners and
missing is equal to almost 10 per cent of the
population of the United Btates at the last cen
When It conies to direct money cost, the In
crease of national debt through war loans Is here
Great Britain, two loan
Franra, two loan
Rucsla, ona loan
. 800.' V).
. 4TA0 0
i 8.0 0
Gorman y S1O.00O
80 '.CO J
Total for Allle
Germany, two loans
Primula, on loan
Auatrla-Hungary, two loans.
Total for Teutonic powers t 7,261.000,'JOO
Orand total $17,044,000,000
In addition, minor powers and neutrals have
clao made loans on account of the war Bel-
glum, 150.000; Serbia, $4,000,000; Roum&nla,
25,000,000; Switserland, $38,000,000 and an
estimate ascribed to a careful authority, Includ
ing outlays defrayed from taxes and accumula
tions, fixes the direct cost of the first year of the
v ar at not less than $25,000,000,000. This is
more than the sum of the public debts of the na
tions concerned at the beginning of hostilities,
and constitutes the economic load which the sur
vivors of the war, and their descendants, will
have to carry.
In the face of its staggering burden, this one
year of war onght to be enough now and for all
Flaying: a Wide Open Game.
The) political disturbance in Mexico is begin
ning to take on something of resemblance to
another Mexican national Institution, the game
of "monte," in which no limit is placed on the
number of players, where anybody can demand
a turn of the cards for any sum of money, great
or small, and where the "bank" is under obliga
tions to "take a tap at any time." The latest
player in the gane Is Felipe Angeles, sometime
artillery chief In one of the "armies," who
thinks he will make as good a president as any
and who will stand as a new head for "Pancho".
Villa to fight "under. Angeles' announced aspi
rations are sot such at give any support to the
probability of immediate composition of dif
ferences now holding back peace for Mexico.
Crafty Carransa has reopened the way to Mexico
City, thereby in part meeting the demands of
the United States and forestalling action prom
ised for this week by our government. In this
may be seen the cleverness of Obregon, who still
looms far over all the others in qualities of
leadership. Talk of a 'conference" to talk over
settlement, regardless of Carransa, persists, and
(he first chief still holds to his declaration not
to consult with VUla or Zapata until they sur
render, in which event the conference will quite
likely be brief. The solution of the Mexican
problem is yet to be found.
Tha new chime of bella In Trinity towar wr dd
icai':a wiin imp inj tpirmuniea, the clergy, vtrymrn
Hid Uynn Dmnhlnj la prucaaMon headed by Dran
At the meeting of tha achool board. Mlaa Adu
Ethoolmaker rave nut ice that ah accepted her posi
tion as principal of tha Center achool if ure of r.
tainlns her poaltion aa teacher of U pacific night
ectioo!. whereupon th board sot up on Ita ear b.
can Wl B huolmaker aliould mk any oondltlunj,
ar.d by votw ! 'lared her poaltion vacant. Later lira
Kata M. Kean tti electa! pilnclpal of Canter ikIk, 1
ajl I'ltm Kate t'jowley principal of the Jarkaon
c hoot. '
Arthur J. How of th fumltur house of Trtmlil,
Hoo & Kla(oall liaa (or to hi old home In Mtal.
V;;:. ia., to b absent about three, weak.
i&Aiu Junuv, Betivk la laid up lih rheumatlam.
At timaina' rwtaurant Ki U Miller, champion
pufclilat tf N-!.rka. ua pieitented '1th a gold
btde by liU aiiutiins Otiiaha frieuda.
Ir Ward 1 lutaUj hia office In th Vlihoell
block, Kiilenil i and ilaiury.
A arinial inoifTiin.i on foot to iIom tha alure
at '.l.e civ ks' clrculatins; plrdnea amonf cue-
to.'iuria avjrtcl g i...t tu i ai.y triHng ater and
tu cvjj buj.i-jii itvtu nwiibakl Lo kaep
Employment for Eyerybodj.
"The specter of unemployment has been ban-
ihhed." says Dr. Karl Jlellfrich, secretary of the
imperial German treasury, in a statement re
counting the achievements of the war. Not only
in Germany, but in England, Belgium, France,
Austria. Russia, Holland, Italy and other coun
tries has unemployment disappeared. The great
est forces of workmen ever assembled are work
ing overtime in a most gigantlo undertaking.
Human life and human achievement are being
wiped out In staggering totals by this tremen
dous aggregation of skilled worker in tha trade
Back of the lines women and children are
tolling at unwonted tasks to keep the machinery
of communal life In motion. The abnormal ac
tivity has spread to other countries than those
actually at war. Neutral nations are being railed
upon to exert themselves in extraordinary ways,
that they may contribute something to th
progress of the war. It Is a time that surpasses
In Us superabundance of employment any th
world has ever recorded. Nor' is there any im
mediate prospect of another extensive period of
enforced Idlenees for anybody. Between tbre
and four millions of the smartest skilled work
ers lu Europe have been slain In battle during
the twelve-month of the war, and more than that
many are permanently crippled. Their Jobs are
Indeed, the "specter of unemployment" has
rot only been banished, but it Is driven so far
back Into the discard that It will be a long time
before any complaint is again beard of lack of
Pointers On Political Pie
Loup City Timee-lndependent, (dem.): At laat th
patronage aqtiabhle In Nebraska aeema to have been
adjusted and Prealdent Wllaon haa made th appoint
ments. We hav no fault to find with the men choaen.
They are all competent men and old-time democratla
fighters. It la true that other men were picked out
for three places, who were perhaps Junt aa competent
and Jtit aa deaervtng. but aomehody hed to be disap
pointed. Where don la don and the Nebraska demo
crats are glad It Is done.
Kearney Tlmea, (dem ): No democrats, In on the
know, ever doubted, after the resignation of Mr.
Hryan. that Tom Allen would be the choice for dis
trict attorney, If the Lincoln gentleman wanted It.
Mr. ftryan'a request would have abeolutely asaured
thla thing coming to paaa. While Mr. Bryan wni a
member of the cabinet he probably would not hav
made the requeat. but he naturally occupied a more
strategical noa'tlon In patronage mattera. Involving a
relative, after he had left than ha did before. And If
he wanted a certain man for the position and cared to
make the request, how could ha have been turned
down? There la no question but Senator Hitchcock
felt thla true, and, though he perhaps desired aomeone
elae, he will no doubt bow gracefully to the Inevitable.
Senator Hitchcock knowa th game of polltlca and,
withal, we firmly bcllev he Is a good loaer. If tn
reality he has lost anything.
liaattnga Republican, (dem.)! The Nebraska ap-
pointmenta announced Friday from the Whit limine
would Indicate somewhat of a compromise division be
tween Hitchcock and Bryan Flynn and McCune of
Omaha of the Hitchcock picking and Ixiomla and Alton
satisfactory to the Hryan end of It. If there la any
advantage Hitchcock'a way It la explained by the ap
pointment of Hrynn'a brother-in-law, Tom Allen. Pvt
the appointments have been made and we suppose it
la up to all democrats to feel satisfied and. look
Newman Grove Reporter, (Ind ): Some more of the
federal plums In Nebraska have fallen Into tha bate
of the faithful workera. Two of them are Bryan men
and two are Hitchcock men. And there la still no
peace In the democratic: party In Nebraaka. The Bryan
men got the best jobs.
Peward Blndc. idem.): After two long years of
weary waiting, President Wilson appointed two Bryan
and two Hitchcock democrata to th big federal of
flrea In Nebraaka. - Thus Bryan secures the two heat
offlcea for his frlenda, but what Penator Hitchcock will
do when the appointments come before th senate for
confirmation remains to be seen.
Broken Bow Republican, (dem.): President Wllaon
gave the federal plum tree a somewhat vigorous shake
laat week and four of ita Juiciest pluma dropped
within reach of four of "th faithful" In Nebraska,
The flrat two tore classed aa Bryan men and th laat
two aa Hitchcock men. So It looka like an "even
break" for the two democratic factions so far. Of
course, the senator will hav a chance for another
say" In tha matter when It come for aenatorlal
confirmation of these appointments. But, as th sen
ator will have a campaign of hla own on hand at
that time, many people believe he will be In a poaltion
to do nothing but "take hla medicine," regard lese of
how distasteful it may be to him.
St. Paul Phonograph, (item.): ffonor Hltchooeli
says he will discuss the appointment of two Bryan
men to federal positions "later," Inferring that when
the appointments are brought up in the senate for
confirmation, h may hav something to do or say.
It cornea to a pretty paaa when any one man can exert
such Influence over th democratic party In this stat.
Th prealdent haa appointed four men to Important
federal poeltlona In this stat. Two are known to b
Bryan men. The silk stocking gentleman from Omaha,
who is now misrepresenting tb democrats In th sen
ate at Washington, la satisfied with the appointment
of the two Hitchcock men, but when it comes to tho
two Bryan men he dealrea to wait a while before say
ing anything. Our senator will return to washing
ton next December to again harass the beat demo
cratic prealdent that we ever had, and then h win
return horn during the campaign and tell th "dear
pepul" how he admire the president. In the hop
that li wlU again secure the nomination for th sen
ate. If he doea, and It looka Ilk he may, he will b
In for th moat beautiful drubbing that any on man
ever received In the etate. Whenever any man be
comes so big that he must hav everything his own
way, or elae h won't play, then we say It Is time
tor a change.
And the newspaper that has always fought
every effort to secure an Independent audit of
city, county, school district and Water board
accounts. Is now is men ting th failure to check
the treasurer's books' and holdings of moneys
and securities for all of these subdivisions.
What w need Is what The Bee has so long
urged a comptroller, representing no one but
the taxpayers, with Jurisdiction as broad aa that
of th treasurer.
Twice Told Tales
Rot Mv On.
Melancholy Aunt Clara from th country' had th
habit of liatenlng to th big clock on th town hall
tn thevillage where ah waa visiting and exclaiming.
very time It at ruck:
Eternity draws on hour nearer.
Clarence was very much Impressed with that
solemn reflection. On day th big clock cot out of
order. While repairing It th workmen made It Btrlk
very few minutes. Clarence heard it with bulging
"Oh, Aunt Clara." he aald excitedly, "eternity baa
got a move on today." Philadelphia Ledger.
SaXtlral Oat f Oor.
"Well." said ths lawyer, having listened carefully
to hla client's statement, "you'v got about th beat
case I ever had. My dear air. you can't help winning
It. whatever court you take It to. I shall be only to
glad to assist you In the matter."
Thanke." aald the prospective client. "Thank
vary much!" Then, grabbing his hat, ha mad a
speedy exit from the office.
"What?" exclaimed tha astonished lawyer. "Ar
"Ya." replied the other. "I'm Just going to try
to settl this caae out of court."
"But, my dear air, why waste money? Aa I hav'
already told you, that'a one of the beat cases X
"Maybe It la." aald the fickle client, as h hastened
down the stairs, "but not for me. I told you th
other fellow's story." Chicago Herald.
On day, as Pat halted at the top of th rive
bank, a man famous for hla Inquisitive mind stopped
and asked: ,
"How long hav you hauled walr for th vUlag,
my good man?"
"Tin yeara, aor."
"Ah! How many loads do you take In a day?"
"From tin to fifteen, aor."
"Ah, yea! Now, 1 have a problem for you. How
much water at thla rate have you hauled In all?"
The driver of th watering cart Jerked his thumb
backward toward th river and replied:
"All the water yea don't aee ther now, aor.
Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph.
Personal and Otherwise
Th senator's nswspapey pretends to have
discovered ' "a progressive republican" who 1
or(both Wilson and Hitchcock at on and th
sam tlm. but who prudently keep his Iden
tity concealed to cover up us of a fals label.
No on who ran swallow Wilson and Hltthcotk
together can b either "a progressive." or "a
republlcan.'tor "a progress! v. republican."
The will of Samuel Thome, late of New York, filed
at PouKhkeepeie. N. T.. disposes of an estate of
An order for O.0uO,M worth of sheila has been
finally cloeed with asents of th allh-S by the Bald
win locomotive Works.
Juan liU KanfueiUee. vice prealdent of th Chilean
council of elate, haa been elected prealdent of Chile
for the period of 1MS-19).
Member of a Cornell geological party were mja-
takea for Oerinaa eple by North Carolina county f
flclala and required to submit e vide oca of tltelr Iden
tity. Apparently they are In a sensitive state of "pre-
paredneaa" In North Carolina.
Caiala John A Cooke, a veteran Provinoetown,
Maaa.. whaler, believes that the bomb sua usud by
follower of hia craft could be employed effectively
agalnat the eubuiarlne. The cautain ahould be cob
aullvd at ut I f the uew board of Inventors or aJUad
to Its nuiubr.
Vael frwan Oarhasr,
AUSTIN, Tax., Aug. 1. To th Editor
of Th Be: Garbage, trash and wast
of a city contains, according to the analy
sis of best chemists, much more pur
carbon and volatile matter than do tha
average coals, and when reduced and
manufactured Into desirable shapes. o
that the full energy can be obtained
while burning on the grates, as la now
being don in a small way at Sin An
tonio, Tex., producing a fuel In many
respects far auperlor.to the best of coals.
For large cities several plants of this
kind ahould be conveniently located so
that the gathering wagona will have a
short haul, and a proportionately short
haul for th delivery of fuel to th con
sumer. If a municipal plant, and only
steam fuel la made, the plant ahould
be located close by so the fuel could
be delivered to the power plant by con
veyors. These plants sire so built that
cranes can be used for the unloading
of cars, (If garbage I received thla way),
and dump wagona can unload on tha
second floor of the manufacturing plant,
the garbage la dumped on a sorting plat
form and sprayed with creosote as a
sanitary .precaution aa well as to allow
the sorters to work In comfort; openings
ar mad in this platform were the dif
ferent parts of garbage are dropped onto
conveyors and conveyed aa folio wa: The
pieces of Iron are conveyed to a storage;
th bottles to a washing tank, where they
are aterlllsed before being stored; raga,
(if a separation Is made), to a washing
machine, where they are sterilised in
being waahed; the aahes, stone, brick,
etc., conveyed to a storage and used
for a fill; the tin cans, to a systemat
ically devised Incinerator, where sufficient
heat Is appiied to remo.ee the remaining
tin pieces, pressed Into -balls and con
veyed to a storage. .
All of the residue of this waste, which
la the 'carbon parta, la conveyed to a
circular drum pulper, where hot water
and live steam is applied together with
a certain percentage of tar, which Acts
in conjunction with th hot water and
ateam as a thorough disinfectant of the
product, and also as a deodorizer of th
smoka of th fuel while being consumed
aa woll aa a deodoriser of the fuel Itself,
th mass is thoroughly mixed by thla
machine and In the process reduced to
a pulp. From thla machine the mass Is
conveyed to a mixing machine, whero
ground coal dust la added In proper pro
portions, and to a moulding machine,
where It la moulded Into brlcka
It la very Interesting, to watch the pro
cess of manufacturing thla fuel, for. one
will aee old ahoea, hata, paper, rags,
straw, manure, houae garbage, night aoil,
small dead animals, etc., thrown into
one machine and come out another with
out being handled, perfect black brlcka.
without odor or any resemblance to Its
original materials. Dr. William B. Phil
lips of th University of Texas, and a
mineralogist known throughout the United
Ptatea, after making several laboratory
testa of this fuel, made from garbage
and cheap lignite coal . waste, as well
as testing It In open grates and other
wise at hla home In the city of Austin,
states that ha waa well pleaaed with the
results, and If he were able to procure
this fuel at a price comparable with that
of bituminous coal, via, $8.60 per ton,
that he would use thla . furl at his horn
in preference to any oher.
a. Li. culver.
Be Bare Yea'ro IMsat, Tkta G
KEARNEY, Neb., Aug. 1 To the Editor
of Tb Be: Obviously th Wllaon ad
ministration has little. If any, confi
dence In th efficacy of Mr. Bryan's
proffered war panacea, for while he (Mr.
Bryan) propounds hla plana at five hun
dred and up per, the United Statea gov
ernment la elaborately preparing for war.
Which fact leada one to believe that it la
reasonable to presume that the United
States War department la in possession
of facts relative to th European war sit
uation which hav not aa yet been dK
vulged to th reading public, and also,
that congress believes war la Inevitable.
It may be true, however, that the unuaual
activity la merely a precautionary proce
dure, th incentive for which can log
ically be attributed to the Insolent atti
tude of th Imperial German government
toward the government of th United
Germany la obstinate and fully cognis
ant of her position aa a fighting power
among th nations of tho world, and will
not concede a single point to th United
Btates or any other nation In th present
controversy. The United States govern
ment Is not Ignorant of tha United Statea'
available resources and ability to compel
fair treatment to her cltlsens, but th
American people are Intelligent to such a
degree as to possess the Instinct of equity
and to know th difference between right
and wrong and willing to be shown and
glad to apologise when wrong, but firm
and determined when In th right.
Prealdent Wilson -should be sure he Is
right in the German-American contro
versy, then exhaust every known pro
cedure and counsel th most learned dip
lomats In an effort to bring Germany to
se tb facta as this government sees
them. To determine whether or not we
ar In ths right this government ahould
plao Itself In th position which Ger
many occupies, then ask. "What woutd th
United States government do if It waa at
war with England and Germany with
full knowledge of the fact that tti
United 6tatea had established a blockade
of th English porta, In an effort to
bring England to aubmUsIon and termin
ate tha war, and Germany ahould persist
In carrying contraband to England?"
Would th United States submarine re
spect th German flag when It was
known to float over a cargo of contra
band billed for England and Intended to
b ud to aid and etrangthen our enemy?
Maybe thla German-American controversy
la an open question? Take your time,
Prealdent Wllaon, to get right and do all
In your power to keep ua out of th fuss.
but If it la poasibl only by sacrificing
national honor, and you don't want to
do that, wblatl and we'll report for duty
to a man. W. H. H. RICHARDSON.
tal Central Avenue.
OUT OF THE OEBIKABY.
A unique dlnnr was recently given tn
Toledo. Each rut-at cooked hla ewi
dinner by electricity.
An Alaskan cable waa put out of com-
mlsaton recently by a a hale becoming- so
completely entangled In it that th wlr
proved a death trap.
Talking of clever chickens, a Uiuna
aota newspaper publlabea thla "I hav
been Inatruced by the village council to
enforce th ordinance a"alnet chicken
running at tors and riding bicycles on
the sidewalk. Harry Shells, village mar-ahai."
Motorist Are ytvi a religious man?
itiauffetir Vee. air.
Motor! Familiar with the Bible? '
t'haffeur Well, rather. I'll bet l'v
kissed It fifty time In court! Puck.
F.levatnr Roy t told de boss today I
wanted a rain.
His Chum What did h say?
Elevator Boy He told me to get In an1
pull ue lever. Boston Tranacrlpt.
"Father." said the small boy. "couldn't
GeorgB Washington tell a He?"
"That statement has been seriously
made, my son."
"Well, what did he do when his folks
hail unexepected company and he was
told to aay he didn't want any pie for
Cessert?" Washington Star.
"Don't ytu set tired of hatxing summer
boarders tell you how to run the farm?"
"No," replied Farmer Corntoeacl,
'ninnln' the farm seem so easy to a
Summer boarder that I'm kind o' hope
ful on of them'll com slong tn' offer
to buy It." Waehlngton Star.
Jlmmle What are vou Uolng?
Tommie Waahlna the Jelly off nt"
hands. Ma's a finger-print expert, you
know. Woman's Home Companion.
Her Father. Tou've been calling i my
daughter for some time, young man. Why
don t you come down to business?
Huitor. Very well! How much ar you
going to leave her? Boston Transcript.
0 hirdl beast or beastly bird
Whichever thou mayst be
Ie thla or-rrect which I have hevrd
From books concerning the:
wa It for thy neutrality
That thou hast such duality?
"I must confers the table'e true,"
I dreamed tho bat replied.
'I'm two In one and one In twd,
And favor either side.
Or neither, as the case may be;
1 am the Imp, Diplomacy."
for Baby's Mother
Seasonable Advice on the
Health of Children in
No on require so much food in sum.
tner as In winter. Do not overfeed chil
dren during the hot weather. Serve on-
'Jy th lighter and mora easily digested
foods, and make sure th bowel keep
1 Most of the trouble to which children
seem particularly srusoeptlbl In summer
have their origin In a constipated con
dition. Th first ear, of tb mother
aheuld be to see that th children ar
regular. At tb flrat sign of a dispo
sition t neglect this Important func
tion a mild laxatWe should be adminis
tered promptly. Cathartics and purga
tives should never b given to ohlloraa
as they ar harsh and violent in their
action and tend to upest th entire
.system. Th combination of stonpl
i laxative herbs with papain, MM In drug
stores under th nam f Dr. Caldwell's
iSyrup Papain, Is no,w very generally
used to correct stomach and bowel trou
ble and la especially adapted .for chll-
tdrsn, being pleasant to ta taata. mild
and gantl In action and free from
opiate or narcotlo drugs of any descrip
tion, a doss at bedtime brings relief
next morning In an easy, natural man-'
nar, without griping or ether discomfort.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is sold In
drag store for fifty cants a bottla It
ha bean on th market for a auartar
of a century and Is today th standard
household remedy In countless home
throughout th country. A free) trial
bottle can be obtained by writing to Dr.
W. B. Caldwell. 451 Washington Bt.,'
j ill lmh
KUMy 3 LovSummor
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its r?. - v ii
Groat Outing tlcgion
of ninnosota and
Ashlasd. Wl. $3 1.7A
BayiUld. WU 31.75
Birch wood. Wl..... I O.I A
Chetak. Wl. 10.1O
Cisco Lak. Mick.... 25.09
Duluth, Minn 20.3A
Eagle River. Wl. . . . 23.AO
Gorfcblc Lak. Mich. 24.63
iTajrward. Wiav... . . .$19.00
ftlanltowlah. Wis. 23.00
Minneapolis. Miam. .. 14.35
lhlp. Wl 28.30
St.rsl. Mlnm. 14.35
St. rtr. Mian. ...... 1 2.30
Tkrc Laka.Wl..... 25.15
Three trains daily via St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Omaha 7:45 a. m., 6:43 p. tn. and 9:05 p. m.
Numerous last trains daily to Chicago connecting with tha
Lv. Chicago 6:05 p. m. daily for the finest fishing country
in the World.
' For full information call or address
JOHN M ELLEN, General Agent
North Western ry.
140 l-S Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
(TL Douglas 2740)
If You Don't Want to Move
Again for Years
choose aa office where your location will constantly
grow better. Business is moving np the hill. Some day
the business center will be at the corner of Twenty
fourth and farnam. From now until that time, there
will be no better office location nor better offices than
THE BEE BUILDING
Wa built for comfort. Although th' office offer d
ar very few indMd, thr ar lion battsr In th build
ing. If w hav not what you want, let tia place you on
our waiting list. Th rooms vacant at prnt ar:
I loom 222 Cholc offto suit, north light, very deslrabl for
doctor or dentists; waiting room and prlvat
office; 130 squar feet ..345.00
Room 040 920 Water; partitioned Into prlvat office and
waiting room; ha large doable east window;
180 square feet '$18.50
APPLY TO BITLDWO 6 CPERISTE JCDEHT, ROOM 108.
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in other respects it must be
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ly to be really succcessful.
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