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JJih OMAHA SUMiAV mi): SKITK.MI'.KK If). 1915.
THE OMAHA SUNDAY DEB
FOl'NDEn BY EDWARD ROSKWATER.
VICTOR ROSEWATER, EDITOR.
Tha Bee Publishing Company, Proprietor.
HEH BUILDING. FARNAM AND SEVENTEENTH.
Entered at Omibt postofflce second-claaa matter.
Stat of Nebraska, County of Dotislas, ss :
Dwlaht William. circulation manarr, says that
the vnrae' c'unday circulation for the month of July,
lSlo. waa 47.H4.
DWIOHT WILLIAM. Circulation Mnnarfr,
Subaorltied In mv prewtioc and sworn to Ix-fore
ma. thta ad day of AiKat. 191V
ROBERT HL'NTKR, Notary IMlille.
Bubacribtra leaving the city trmpornrlly
bunld have The Ilee mailed to them. Ad
drraa will be changed ai often m requested.
Thought for the Day
SoUcUd by Martha Cook
" Tht watt vtindt bloxe
And iinging low
J hear tht glad ilrwmi rn,
Tht window of my soul J throw
Wide tpen to the inn."
Money, like the professional politician, keeps
m weather eye cocked for the main chance.
The Bunday campaign la entering lta third
week. Just beginning to get lta speed, as It
Conaiderlng what happened all along the
l'oe, maintaining a toe-hold on Galicia ta some
achievement for Russian armi.
To the heat-etlfled Inhabitants of eastern
cities we can only repeat Horace Greeley's ad
vice, "Go west, young man, go west."
Those rival prohibition campaign managers
night, at least, exercise a little temperance In
their vocal belaboring of one another.
Conceding to grape Juice all that the label
claims, it remains to be seen whether Its punch
can smash the Ud of the judicial age limit.
National crises which appear mountainous
la the foreground shrink to a sand dune in the
background. Diplomacy is an expert deflator.
Our municipal Auditorium will have to be
kept busier than that to make it produce full
returns to the public on the Investment of tax
A summary of the dead and injured by Zep
pelin raids on England looka like the automobile
accident record of a big American city. Peace
Lath Its horrors as well as war.
"Billy" Sunday's for-men-only sermon sub
ject is. "When Chickens Come Home to Roost.'
The feathered kind certainly do, but as to the
ethers go and listen to "Billy."
A pipe, line from the Wyoming oil fields to
Omaha is a much more feasible project than a
lot of wlll-o'-the-vtisp Impossibilities on which
"79 have wasted time and energy.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Hy carrier Ry mall
per month. per year.
Party and andr
Daily witnom Minoay.... o i
Bvenlmx and Sunday
Evening without Bunday -c 4."0 ;
Runday Pea only c J.Ot
Fend notlca of rhanse of a1dre or complaints of ,
trreirolarlty la delivery to Omaha Bee, Circulation
Remit hv draft emresa o- Postal order. Only two- '
rent poetess stampa received In payment of email ac
counts Personal checks, except oa Omaha and eastern
enrhanso, not accepted.
Omaha The Bee Building
Pouth Omaha S31J N atreet.
Council Hluff e 14 North Main street.
Lincoln 2 Little Bulldm.
Chicago 01 Hearst Butldln.
New tork Room IN. Fifth avenue.
tt. Iula MS New Rank of Commerce.
Washington 7 Fourteenth fit.. N. W.
Addreaa rommunlcatlcna relatlna to newa and edi
torial matter to Omaha Bee, Editorial Department.
JVLY SIMMY OIUILATION.
The Western Laborer repeats The Bee's ad
monition, "Give Omaha-made goods the prefer
ence whenever there is a preference to be given,"
with the addition, "but, insist on the union
label." The amendment Is accepted. ,
Women ia Men's Shoes.
The demands of war upon the vitality and
lives of the male population of Europe are open
ing up for women practically every occupation
hitherto monopollted by men. Necessity pro
vides the opportunity. A moderate estimate
places the number of men In the various armies
at 10,000,000. At least halt as many more are
engaged In providing sustenance for soldiers and
supplying implements of destruction. All the
places vacated by the call to arms did not re
quire new bands. The demoralltation of nor
mal business reduced, It it did not wholly de
stroy, the need of help. Only In the industries
directly linked with war has the demand, for
help reached abnormal proportions. Into these
Industries and the necessary activities of city
life women are crowding in ever increasing
Women workers long have been factors in
the industrial life of France. Not so In Eng
land and Germany. Men dominated the indus
trial life of both countries, but the war has shot
their domination to pieces. In both countries
women are employed as street car operators and
conductors, city firemen, mall carriers and mall
clerks, train guards, station agents and traffic
officers. In many mills and factories hitherto
closed to them, women now outnumber men
Even In munition factories women are working
beside men under the high pressnre of quadru
ple shifts, and performing dangerous aud deli
cate tasks as carefully and quickly as more ex
Borne avenues of activity now open to women
may be closed to them when peace comes. The
greater number of fields Invaded must remain
In their possession if for no other reason than
that the diminished supply of male help will
nader their employment necessary. But, the
future aside, one tangible result of the war is
apparent. New industrial empires have been
opened to women, and the dependents of yester
year are tfee independent of today.
Bryan and the Olive Branch.
The proposrd solf-iniposd mission of the
li-te secretary of state to the warring nations ot
Europe as a private etnoy of lare has several
easily noted features to commend it. Mr.
Hryan, as the most outspoken of all the present
ly advocates of universal peace, himself feels
that his Idess can be more effectively presented
In person than by mall, and he lonfts for an
opportunity to talk to the warriors now tearing
tip everything within reach In pursuit of their
destructive bent. Few, if any, of these have
c-er felt the melting influence of the great com
i.ioner's persuasive eloquence, and there is no
telling In advance Just what good effect his
hortative discourse might not have upon them.
If Mr. Bryan were successful in his mission
end restores peace to the world, he wtll have
done an inestimable service to humanity. On
the other hand, if he were to encounter a stiff
necked, proud and bellicose people, stubbornly
refusing to listen to his pacification projects, he
might help us all to learn a really serviceable
lnsaon as to the make-up of human nature. At
first glance the experiment seems something
like that tried by Kins Canute, when he bad
the rising tide desist, but appearances may be
deceptive. It should be encouraged, however,
for the possible benefit It may have on belliger
ents and the peace missionary alike.
Impulse, Reason and Eugenics.
From the Washington headquarters of the
American Genetic Association comes advice to
follow your Instincts, if you want to be a eugen
ist. This advice is so contrary to what has
t.itherto been conceived to be the chief end of
(he genetic cult that It fairly takes one's breath.
We had been taught by those who have cham
pioned the cause of race improvement through
better breeding that eugenics was an accurate
science, based on concrete and demonstrable
facts, and had nothing whatever to do with im
pulse. Laws for the regulation of marriage
Lave been based on human experience to a cer
tain extent, and those proposed have been
founded on a theory that cause produces effect
in man the same as in the lower orders of ant
t lato creation. Therefore, mating should be a
process of fitness, determined by tests of various
rort, to the end that ultimately physical and
lt'ental neaknesses will be entirely eliminated
and man will stand alongside instead of just
below the angels.
Dr. Samuel C. Kohs, expert psychologist at
tached to the Chicago House of Correction, says:
Wa are liable to overemphasise the Importance
of conscious, superficial, intellectual factora over
thorn which are unconscious, Inmite, org-anlr. The
superiority of 1 net I net over reason Is that It reicu
Iaten conduct In the Intereat of the apeclea at every
point, while consciousness la selfish ami la exactly
measured by the degree to which the Individual has
broken away from the dominance of the race and
art up for hlmaelf against it.
How fur this new doctrine will gain support
in not clear: rather, it seems more certainly
doomed by its very novelty to encounter strong
opposition from such scientists as have gone
deeply into the subject, becsuse it does under
take to replace conscious reasoning with sub
conscious Impulse. A wit once remarked, "Im
pulsive people are apt to have black eyes," to
which may be added they are also apt to have a
lot of trouble that might be avoided If they
vera guided a little more by cold reasoning.
However. Cupid is still doing business at the
old stand, and It isn't likely he will shut up shop
because of Dr. Kohs and his kind.
The Newi Value of "Billy" Sunday.
The Bee is receiving many compliments and
some criticisms for its handling of the "Billy"
Punday revival meetings as a dally news feature.
The compliments naturally come from those who
are in more or less sympathy with the Sunday
rovement, while the complaints come from two
sources those who think the space allotted to
this subject far in excess of its importance, and
those who would exclude all other newspaper
reading to give Sunday unlimited and paramount
When the question was first propounded to
The Bee as to what treatment It would accord
the Sunday campaign, the answer was that its
rews value alone would govern. But news
values, like all other values, are strictly com
parative. The reports of the Sunday meetings
end sermons are now crowding the war and
general news, and the reason may easily be seen
lu the figures of tabernacle attendance. The
r.ost conservative estimates count approximately
180,000 people having already heard Sunday
since the opening of his Omaha engagement
not all different people, to be sure, but If two-
thirds of them are duplications, we still have
60,000 people sufficiently interested personally
to go to hear him. What other one topic ot
current news right now, except the war, can
command the interest of an equal number of
men, women and children?
Swallow with a Grain of Salt.
Reports of normal conditions prevailing in
warring nations should be well salted before
taking. Newspapers are an accurate barometer
of national life and business conditions. Less
than halt the dally newspapers of Paris before
the war exist today, and these have shrunk to
less than half their normal site. British news
papers have likewise suffered a severe cut in
alie, because advertising has all but disappeared.
Vorwaerts, the Berlin organ of the ocial-detuo-tratlc
party, reports that 1,200 newspapera and
periodicals of Germany have suspended publica
tion since the war began. Any pretense of normal
conditions prevailing in the warring countries
or anywhere In Europe may be set down as
Well, well! What's this? A plea by our
amiable contemporary for vacation schools,
pointing to Boston in illustration of their success
and economy, although, of course, after the
vacation Is all past. Omaha used to have vaca
tion schools, too, but they were abolished by the
School board two years ago without protest by
the newspaper that has suddenly discovered their
The Bee owes Gus Rente an apology, for,
come to think of it, it was needlessly degrading
to the artistic conception and execution of that
Ak-Sar-Ben wooden horse to mention It along
with the hideous "Welcome" arch that disfig
ures the approaches to our beautiful court house.
We also apologize to the horse.
n ttoto aoiivim.
Jt PT five years aso I was in Mexico City attendln
the celebration of tna centennial anniversary of
hi Xtxlran republic. Even while our editorial
party wsa still down there, sporadic outbreaks axainst
the conatitutHl authorities were being reported, but no
ono for a moment regarded them of a aerloua nature,
or harbored the remotest Idea that they would soon
develop into a rasln Insurrection that would be art 11 :
unfuppresard five years later. What terrible destruc
tion war i an work, and how hard R Is to and It, la
Illustrated by the sad experience of Mexico. Nearly
all ot the Important personages who figured In that
gala centennial celebration of 1910 have passed off the
stage. Including LMas. who had the principal role, and
Corral, then vlre president and supposedly his deatlned
succeeaor. while the few who survive, like Llmantour
and Creel and Delia Rarra, driven Into the obscurity
of exile. We can see the havoc of fire yeara' war in
Mexico. Can anyone possibly imagine whet would
be the condition of Europe If the great war over there,
which has already run mora than a year, should have
a five-year's duration?
I received a poatal card from Germany thla week
containing a poem as "an answer to Woodrow Wilson.
Washington," translated, although written originally.
In Herman by John Berllt, who Uvea In Kaasel and
who notes that he "stood at The Bee's cradle." In
this reminder Mr. Berllt Is correct, for he was em
ployed aa bookkeeper for The Bee In lta early days, in
which capacity perhaps some of the old-time Hermans
here may rememtier him. He afterwards returned to
the fatherland and when I waa abroad waa engaged In
what Is calied "Kolonkil Waaren" business, or dealer
In grocery Importation In Kasael where, by a peculiar
Incident my father and I visited him as his g-uesta.
Before I tell that story, lt-t me print the poetry, whlcli
douhtleaa reflects the thought and attitude of many
educated and Intelligent Ocrmana on the protests our
prealdenf has mnile eftelnat the Oermiin subsea war
fare. It reada as follows:
AN ANSWER TO WOODROW WILSON.
"Our blood seta boiling while wa read your note
We shan't subject us to your filthy code
To perverse stinking foul hypocrisy
IJke far from loglo and philosophy.
1 1 era Is our answer, honest, clear, precise
May come what may, be peace or war tha price,
"Look back Into your books of famous are
nrman asnlstance etanda on every page
Frledrlch der Clrosee bravely stood by you
When Knglmd sent to crush you her vast crew
And when Si-reaslon's snake lifted Its head
The German people waa your friend and mate
t'neounted thoueancis ahed their precloua blood
While Franca and Bngland 'rainst the Union stood.
"We want no thanks, our action was dictate
I-lctta of moral duty, friendship to your state
All that we want Is: that by honor bound
Tou deal with ua and foea on even ground.
"As long aa England outrages tha sea
Ht.irvation being Its most Christian (lee,
To shelter our seventy million nation
We shall destroy without any cessation
Whatever ships on road for England's shore.
Our I'-boata beat them irreparable sore.
That seventy million save their precloua life
Americana may keep afar our strife.
We fight for liberty of godcreated ocean
While England's egotism Is solely Its motion
Ours Is tha price, oure the rlghteoua cause
Our moral strength will conquer all our foes
And should, misled, you Join tham-then for blame
In history 'twill ba a page of shame.
And now, America, make ready, choose.
Much la to win for you and all to losa."
Meaae don"t blama the Engllah peoullarltlea upon
Mr. Berllt, for his poem Is composed in beautiful
rhythmic German, the translation being credited to
"Pr. phll. Heldt of Wiesbaden,"
The way we camo to visit Mr. Berllt (it was In
the early 're), fives an Insight into the wonderful ef
ficiency of the German pcatoffice. Our arrival in
Parla waa chronicled In the New York Herald there,
with an accompanying Interview with my father, men
tioning that he was carrying letters from Postmaster
Oeneral Wanamaker to the postal officials of tha con
tinental eountriea to enable hlra to look Into tha pro
greaa attained abroad by the postal telegraph. It
waa at least two months after that before wa reached
Rrrlln by a circuitous route. We registered at our
hotel In the morning, and when wa returned at noon
a letter was delivered addressed ta "Hon. Edward
Roaewater. Care of the Postmaster General of Oer.
many." Thla letter, as It transpired, was written by
Mr. Berllt, whose attention had In aoma way been
called to tha Tarts New York Herald Item, translated
and copied Into some German paper, and ha naturally,
and without thinking It anything- at all unusual, had
addressed his letter in th-t naive faahlon. perfectly
confident that it would in due time be delivered to tha
person for whom It waa Intended. Mr. Berllt muat
now be close to TO years of age. Wa had laat heard
from him nine years ago when ha Bent a very feel In 4
letter of sympathy upon the death of my father, of
which he had read the cabled announcement In tho
Twice Told Tales
No fcace for lllm.
A man was on trial before a Wisconsin Judge for
horse stealing. When it came time for tha lawyers on
both aides to tell the Judge what Instructions they
wanted him to give the Jury in adiUon to the polnta
covered in hia own charge, tha attorney for the de
"I respectfully aak your honor to charge the Jury
that It la a fundamental principle of law In this coun
try that It la better for nlnetr-nlne guilty men to
eacape than for one innocent man to be found guilty."
"Yes. that Is true," aald the Judge, reflectively,
"and I so Instruct the Jury; but I will add that it la
the opinion of the court that the ninety-nine guilty
men have already escaped " Harper's Magaslna.
Hm4 i 0-0 rttiM avals yZ
Tha Pbyllta and Joe Da via race drew about 4,000
people to the fulr grounda a peed ring, who, however,
were grebtly d'eappointed and dlseatlafled with the
hippodrome character of th raoe. The two hortea
old about even in the pools, but there waa not much
betting dune, a the Impression waa that tha race
would not be bona fide. In tha third heat Phyllla
threw a sl oe, and when the fourth heat waa finished
at T o'clsHk with tha score even. It was announced
that tha running of tha winning heat would be post
poned until Monday.
Friends of Gvneral Bruno Tschuck. consul at Vera
Crua, are glad to learn that ha la gradually recovering
from an attack of yellow fever, which has been
ra.s7.ng there tor montha.
J. J. Monnell has leturoed frem a vacation trip In
W. O. Taylor, superintendent of the Bradstreat local
agency, has gone to St. Joseph.
MUs Charlotte Stalling, sister of tha lata Ir.
telling, is vilt!ng with family frlende.
Two of Omaha's promising young men. Henry
Ruklln and Will Pease, left for New Haven, where
they wiil attend colltga.
Webster Snyder, general manager ot tha Gulf. Colo
rado and Central railroad, accompanied by hia wlf.i,
apent tha day In Omaha with old friends, going out In
tha evening lu his private car aver tha UUeouri Pa-clAa
People and Events
An Indianapolis auto driver, on waking
up from tha effects of an accident, found
himself on the safe surface of a grave
yard. On the dead, his Joy waa a scream.
A contribution to the "open letter" col
umn of the Philadelphia Record begins,
"You are a liar, a skinflint and a mis
erable hog." Philadelphia, It will be re
membered, "hit the trail laat winter.
Miss Eleanor Flowers, formerly of
Tennessee, a member of New York's ar
tistic set. has annexed a husbsnd. The
Incident la worth a paragraph because
Kleanore aald ahe never would and poured
artistic scorn on all the maids within
tanaa of her voice.
A woman lawryer of Chicago, bolder
than tha average of the profession, serves
notice on tha occupants of tha bench that
they must spruce up In wearing apparel
and not look Ilka a bunch of animated
Buddhaa. "A court room," she says, "is
a sacred place, at least It ought to be
regarded as such. For this reason it is
no place for a Judge or anybody to chew
tobacco. It certainly Is no place to work
off a spree." May it pleaaa the court.!
The milk distribution system inaug
urated by Nathan Straus for the benefit
of New York a poor twenty-four years
ago has become one of the notable mod
ern philanthropies. The total distribu
tion from eighteen stations since the sys
tem waa started amounted to 2,173,218 bot
tles and 1,441.680 glaaaea of milk. The milk
Is specially prepared for safeguarding the
health of children and the alck poor, and
la aold at cost, Mr. Straua providing for
the expense of distribution.
WHITTLED TO A POINT.
Every man knows a lot of fool things
he would do If he had the money.
A young man can make any girl bluah
by telling her he la a mind reader.
Some spinsters advance atep by atep un
til they finally become stepmothers.
You'll never succeed a a wheelbarrow
or lawn mower chauffeur unless you have
There Isn't very much danger In pro
posing to a young widow if you really
want to marry her.
It is likely to fool an American heiress
when a foreign nobleman talks through
bis cornet Instead of hia hat.
When a man Is willing to go without
bis dinner to do you a favor place his
name at the top of your list of friends.
Tha wagea of sin is paid in full only
when the Job is completed, but lots of
men draw something on account each
It la easy for a man to pose aa a so
cial favorite if he has the ability to let
out a line of silly talk and can write a
check for a goodly sum.
And It frequently comes to pasa that
by helping our friends they become our
enemies, and by helping our eneralea they
become our friends. Chicago News.
Don't always call a spade a spade.
Have a heart.
All work and no play makea Jack a dull
The luck of some people consists of not
getting what they deserve.
It Is sometimes more than a geometri
cal proposition tor a rounder to square
Don't speak ill of ' your neighbors.
They probably know as much about you
aa you know about them.
Many a girl goea abroad to complete
her education without bringing back
enough to pay any duty on.
It la the regret of many a maoa life
that ha can' I live long enough to deliver
his own funeral oration.
It Is the regret of many a man'a life
that ha can't live long enough to enjoy
reading his own obituary.
Borne people apend all their Uvea look
ing for four-leaved clover, and then won
der why they never have any luuk.
Many a fellow la so Intent on winning
a girl's hand that he doesn't discover un
til It Is too late that he has neglected to
win her heart.
AROUin) THE CITIES.
Hiawatha sends out the merry word'
that Kansas has lost Its reputation as a
cyclone state and cyclone Insurance haa
dropped 30 per cent.
Mlnneapolla is In the throes of a local
option fight embracing the whole of
Hennepin county, with the ballot battle
acheduled for October 4.
Caldwell, N. J. boasts of a saloon which
haa been a drinking place since 1732. Pro
hibitionists In that aectlon Insist the place
la old enough to dry up and Insist on
Chicago police have a record of 120.000
arrests the present year. The municipal
court discharged 67 per cent of tha pris
oners, regarding tha arrests as unneces
sary and frlvoloua.
Tha district court at Iola. Kan., haa
rendered a decision holding that the
Ancient Order of United Workmen In Us
Kanaaa Jurisdiction had no right to aettla
death clalma to living members who had
passed the age of 75.
Aa a result of a conference of may ore
of tha Empire atata a bureau of municipal
Information haa been opened in New
York City, which will aupply all necea
aary Information on city affairs and re
lieve council men of the dtseagreeable
duty of Junketing.
TABLOIDS OF SCIENCE.
A seedless tomato of large alse haa
been bred by an amateur horticulturist
A Pennsylvania aclentiat la trying to
ralsa Australian eucalyptus trees In that
The boy in tha bowling alley to set
up tha pina haa been replaced by an
Wireless meaaagea have been success
fully sent without tha usual aerial. Tha
wires, properly Insulated, were laid oa
According to an Italian authority, eggs
ran ba kept fresh a year by coating them
with uncalled lard and storing them in a
cool, well ventilated place.
In a campaign against lead poisoning,
Austrian scientists have offered a gold
medal for the beat method of preparing
leadleaa inks for printing and lithograph
ing. Bacteriologists recently found under tha
finger Bails of men, women sod children,
no lesa than thirteen klnda of disease
germs, including diphtheria, tuberculosis
A cubic mile of river water welgha ap
proximately O.GTtf.OOS tons and carries
in solution, on tha average about O.0oj
tons of foreign matter. In all. about
1,755,000.000 tons of solid subatancca are
thus carried annually to tha ooeajL
".Mamie Is very much stuck up be
cause they bought a phonograph."
1 suppose ss soon aa she got the ma
chine xn found she Just had to put on
aira." Haltiniorp American.
Freddle-What s an affinity, dad?
Cnhwigger That'a when you happen to
m-et the riftht girl alter you have mar
ried the wrung one. Judge.
"I wish, Mrs. Nurlch, you would come
over some time snd see my apiary."
"Thank you, Mr. Jisgs; but really,
monkeys never interested me." Buffalo
"Husband. I want three ostrich plumes.
Thlrtv dollars will buy them."
"But I haven't thirty dollars to spare,
'Pah! You call me an angel and then
refuse to buy me a few feathers."
CAN A WOMAN f&TORM A jUAN
AFTER. SKC MARKJC3 HIM f
ANY OOrffMCTS !
"I understand you got several wedding
"We did. At first I thought I'd have
to hire a safe-deposit vault, but after
golnn over the stuff we simply stored
em In a barrel In tha cellar." Kansas
Doctor Your throat is In bad shape.
Have you ever tried gargling with aalt
' Hather. I've been shipwrecked twice."
The Village Grocer (peevishly-Iok
here. Aaron! What makea you put the
bin apples on the top of the bari?
The Honest Farmer (cheerily What
makes you comb that long scalplock over
your bald spot? Puck.
New Comer Can you" tell "me, please,
where 1 can find good board in thm
t0OnV-Tlme City Dweller Only In tho
lumber yard, I fear Judge.
"Is your new minister an especially
"Very. He s been tried twice fr
heresy and thinka the aaloon Is a nece
Beatrice Barry, In New York Times.
The days hwe now long vanished eln. e
we tw . ....
Walked hand '.n hand throughout life
winding ways. .
Nay. not ao long! But atill It seems thnt
Have not been long content to pass the
In solitude. I wish you happiness.
I wish it from my heart for you and
Since we were one, I wonder more or
O wife who onea was mine can you
I lcnred for children once. Now I an
None came to us. For what, aln!
Than that mire bitter, pitiful, snd sad
Childhood bereft of love and unity
In parentage! Now It ia better far
That the years passed and left us child
The dreams we 1" reamed, era things were
as they are!
"Whom God hath Joined" tell me. can
Sometimes I think when we agreed to
We broke a higher law than man's
Cai you forget? Since kisses leave no
Mine are but phantoms that no eye can
Another's arms encircle you at will:
Ills Hps press yours; the law approves;
Do you not feel my phantom kisses still?
O life once bound to mine can you forget?
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for the money.
A. MOSPE CO.
1513-1515 Douglas Street
BORN IN OMAHA
25 years ago
WEE WEE WEE
A CHILD OF NEBRASKA
w. o. w. w. o. w. w. o. w.
The lareest and strongest Fraternal Insurance Society in the
world. ONLY ONE-FIFTH OF ONE PER CENT OF ITS MKMlibli.
SHII IN NEBRASKA. Is this proper support from Ncbraskans for
a child of Nebraska? It has disbursed for salaries and other purposes
in Nebraska SH, 152.250.36. It carries daily balances in our
hanks of neurly a million dollars. Are you "HEI TO THIS SOCI
ETY?" IF NOT, GET WISE. Telephone Douglas 1 117.
J. T. YATES, Secretary.,
W. A. FHASEK, lrsident.
The best way to "get aboard the Prosperity Train" is to wear and
own a handsome, genuine Diamond. LOFTIS BROS. & CO. Is the place
to buy this most coveted of all the earth s treasures. We give best
values and easy credit terms.
3Ko. 4 Men's Diamond
Kins;, t prong; Tooth
noun ting-. 14k solid
So hi. Komui or SAC
91.6S a Waak
TO Solid gold IjOckiU
liavca for 1 plcturaa,
fins Diamond la 91 A
91 a Month.
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S5S Lavdlas' Diamond Rina,
14k solid sold Loftla tCii
9 sj Month
18S4 LadUs' Ring. 7
fine Diamonds aot In
platinum; band of ring
la 14k solid (til
93.80 a Month
(Tt Diamond an'l
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aold. roaa finish, tw-
fine Diamonds. elKht
Pearla, Haxoque Pail
drop, chain II
93-BO a Moat.
Open Daily Till 8 P. M. Saturday Till 9:30.
"aJl or wriia for CaAaioa No. 103. Phone Dou. 1444 and salesman will rail
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