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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1915.
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dress talll be changed aa often aa reqneeted.
Thoaght for tht Day ,
Sc'ccfecf hy 3. M. KiUy
Tht tcorld i Ml of roiea,
The rot ivll o dttc,
7h dVto m wil of heavenly love
That drips, an l drip tor you.
Jamtt Wmloomb Blley.
Lumber price boosted on account ot the
war. Buy your lumber now while lt'e at top
The nearer one Uvea to the coaat line, the
greater is the fascination of a protecting war
ship In the offing.
Winter ia again approaching, "but no work
house yet In sight to warn hoboes away from
Omaha. Some day! Some day!
But presumably so long aa the sky-rocketing
trice of lumber does not send op the cost of
sawdust, saltation will continue to be free.
The Associated Retailers of Omaha have an
Impressive list of committees. To parapharse
Captain Cuttle. "It anybody kin. they kin."
Despite the vocal throbs and thrills deliv
ered by oratora at Davenport, no enemy fleet
has churned the water of the Mississippi river
for fifty years.
A preliminary report on the progress ot the
SllO.COvind that la to buy na the democratic
rational convention for Omaha la overdue,
Pon't keep it dark.
"Billy" seems to be oblivious to the fact that
a largo part ot the people who listened to his
scathing sermon against "Amusements" war
there for amusement.
General Ooethals' report on tha slides on the
canal may now bop to secure attention from
folks whose eyes were before riveted oa the
slides on the diamond.
No special "Fathers' day" for Nebraska la
the dictum of Oovernor Morehead. Coming
from an esteemed loyal member,' of the tribe,
this Is the cruelest cut of all. .
Westward the star of education brightens the
way. Brownell Hall's eastward leap from Sev
enteenth to Tenth street Is far outclassed by
the mighty Jump from Tenth atreet to about
An eastern universary professor has It fig
ured out that we will Illuminate our homes and
business placea In the future with the phosphor
escenee that Is emitted by fire files and certain
lands of fish. Still, the electrle lighting com
panies and the gaa companies will not give up
the ghost on the mere announcement.
Patriolle British women have taken up arl
ous Industrial callings denuded of men by the
war. They are huatllng for volunteers, drilling
for home guard duties and, loyally refraining
from talking suffrage. To reasonable mortals
these activities are a sufficient test of patri
otism, but more la demanded. It they will
rjsrry war cripples and support them, the crown
of patriotic martyrdom Is pledged by a preacher,
as a specimen of pure masculine unselfishness
this Is In a class hy Itself.
' Blahop O'Connor raturtiad from a trip throujh the
atata. Ha haa not yet raeelvod the official notice of
hla appointment aa blahop ef tha dlooeaa of Nebraak
and Wyomlns, but atatad tht probably tha pope
would aend tho pa para to this country by Pr. CCon
nlU now in Ron "
Tha Arion cttib save Its racular monthly hop at
Aiion hiL Puling tha avaalng tha club ang aavw
erml arlectlona, and a altber eolo waa given by Mr.
, Lehman. Thoae praatnt Included: The Mlaaea Meta.
Van BorU. Turner, Richard, Marachner King; Epen
ater, Kemper, Hacker. Langa, Klltur. Lehman and
Ann Richard, and Meaare. Charlea Meta. Fte'd Meta.
feytke. Roaeniwelg, liecht. rpeneiar. Kemper, Lch
man. Lange, Richard. Malchetn, Rltter and Prof.
Tli Sacred Heart convent la In a proaperoua con
dition with alxty-four boarder and a number ot day
-holara attending, i
William Slmeral, who la now located at Arapahoe,
ia la tha city on a vlalt.
Mr. Jul Lyona. advance ageht of tha ladlea base
tall club, la here and haa made arrangemente for tha
fair femalea to meet the 'Union Peclttcg oa tha dia
mond tlunday afternoon.
ilr SfauMIng of Mlnnaepolla la vUltlng her ala
r. Mia. L'utrtlJ at Taentlcth and fierce.
A Place for Omaha to Oct Buj.
Minneapolis Is Jubilating through Us naws
pppers over a new and assured achievement from
which great things are expected, being the es
tablishment ot "a central Industrial tract" upon
i hlch It hopes to build up a large manufacturing
center. With the last obstacle removed. It Is
now possible, we are told, for Minneapolis to
provide 100 new industries with factory sites.
Ideal In trackage facilities and arrangement and
relation to the city, with terminal service by
every one of the nine railroad systems centering
there. At one corner of the tract is to be a
Joint freight depot where lese-th en-carload lota
cf both "In" and "out" freight for all these
roads is to be handled.
"Consider what this means toy the commerce
of Minneapolis." exclaims the Journal, and It
tells uo that the three principal factors that have
brought this admirable project to fruition are
"the Industrial association, splendidly officered
and with an 'investing membership quite rep
resentative of Minneapolis commercial and other
interests;' a city government, which, through the
council, has made the replattlng of the tract
possible, and haa pushed through the Immediate
opening and Improvement of a center arterial
radway; and the nine railroad systems con
verging, in Minneapolis" each Indispensable to
The Bee calls attention to what Minneapolis
la doing aa an example of municipal and civic
progressive! for the purpose ot spurring on
Omaha to make fuller use of our opportunities.
With our exceptional and peculiarly favored
natural conditions and abundance of railroad
trackage freely accessible, we are not sure
Omaha requires the setting aside of a special
manufacturing center, but we do know that a
great deal more can be done than haa been done
for encouraging and building up new Industrial
enterprises here, employing labor which In turn
circulates the wagea earned through the chan
nels of retail trade. The very fact that Minne
apolis, Kansas City and other growing western
cities are so active along these lines should ad
monish us In Omaha that we, too, must get busy.
Making Ready for Winter.
Existence along the battle front in Europe
may he a trifle more precarious than on the
crowded streets of a modern cly, or In the busy
workshops of the world, but It Is also Just a lit
tle bit more comfortable for the soldier than the
humble home he bad to provide for himself out
cf his meager earnings. It is to continue, ap
parently, for the Italian government has Just
placed an order with American firms for a huge
supply of lumber,-to be used In making com
fortable the trenches its soldiera are to occupy
during the coming winter months. Thla action,
and the preparations already made by others of
the belligerents, pressges another winter in the
field, where the soldiers will be cared for in the
most tender fashion. The luxurious life ot the
soldier, compared to the Inconveniences the
European worklngmen must endure, ought to
make the service so attractive aa to avoid the
necessity of conscription in England. It's a
long time since Washington spent the winter at
Valley Forge, or since Napoleon's men frose to
death on the retreat from Moscow. General
January and General February are still In the
service, hut they are no longer the mighty and
deciding factors in campaigns.
Hark Taplej Back Number.
Mark Tapley must give over his well-worn
laurela and stand out of the way of Mr. William
McAdoo aa the champion optimist. While Mr.
McAdoo's colleagues in the president's cabinet.
Messrs. Daniels and Garrison, are outlining their
plans for a greater army and navy, at the esti
mated expense of several hundred millions, the
secretary of the treasury . goes airily along his
way without any expressed uneasiness. His.
budget obligations will be more than halt a bil
lion dollars greater than the incoming revenue
of the government, but this fact doesn't worry
htm in the least He sketchlly tells of bond
Iisues and the like to care for the deficit and
suggests' that some extraordinary measures may
be resorted to, but he haa no doubt the money
will be forthcoming. Thus the proposed expen
diture ot more than a hundred millions a month,
with an Income of less than half that amount,
la only a trifle to this democratic chancellor of
the exchequer. Even Robert Law, were be
alive, would surely admire the sang frold of Mr.
McAdoo, but It'a a cheerful outlook for the great
American taxpayer If the democrats have their
Collapse of tho
DR. MARIA MONTKfiSORI haa now ben on the
Pacific coaat for almort fla monthe. but - tha
Nmt that ran la aald of the vlalt la that It re
e'lltcd In mutual disappoint mrnt. It la reported that
tha eminent Italian pedaaogue, after aha had Inves
tigated tha altuatlon. eaclalmed that she had been
misled. Apparently aha waa astonlahed to find thai
tha kindergarten education of children between I and
i waa almost universal In America. And It must
have grieved both the dottoreaea and her managere
that tha offer of personal Instruction by the beat ad
vertised educator In tha world attracted lece than
one-half of tho maslrnum number of students that
ware to be aecepted.
Tha truth of tha whole matter la that Montessori
and her work ware overboomed In order to stimulate
tha sal of her "didactics material" at l0 a set. ome
of her warmest admire re now admit that she ha
been evarex plotted. It la hardly necrsaary to aay that
Dr. Montessori herself had no part In and probably
waa entirely Ignorant of tha publicity campaign
launched In tha United 6tatea to exploit her system
In one of tha beat California kindergartens and
kindergarten training schools a dozen small children
ranging In age from Vj to I years had the choice
between tha Montessori and tha usual kindergarten
material. t After the first two day they positively
declined to handle tha Montessori material. Tho
apparatus designed to educate the enses of back
ward, feeble-minded children bored these normal
youngster after they had mastered Its uae In an
hour. And In almost every American Montessori
achool moat of tha material la either not used at all
or ale employed la a manner atrictly forbidden by
Tho Monteiaoii method la deelaned primarily to
educate tha senses and through thla sense education
bring out tha personality of the Individual child. Un
fortunately the ago or personality of the avcraae
American child la overdeveloped. Its Individuality
does not need additional stimulation; rather It needs
to be guided Into the Interwoven paths of social ac
tivity and social discipline. The gradual recognition
of this fact marks tha end of tha Montessori cull
without, however, diminishing the usefulness of many
parts of tha system, particularly a It applies to the
training of defective. Still If tha Montessori boom
had accomplished nothing except to demonstrate tho
widespread. Intense Interest In educational affair on
tha part of the American parents. It would have beep
worth tha money.
Mr, Bryan and Hii Party.
On the eve ot a presidential cam
pa.'gn year, the democratic party flnda its
future largely ahadowed by William Jen
rings Bryan's personal j power. The "Great
Commoner" still looms large as a . domi
nating factor tn the affaire of hla party. Nation
ally, the president and his adherents may not
endorse the Bryan ideals, nor fall tn with the
Pryan plans, but they hesitate to Incur his op
position, and will undertake to placate him at
ary reasonable cost la Nebraska, he still holds
his party organisation la his hand, hla Influence
being almost decisive oa any question of party
policy or expediency. Our democratic senator
fully realises this, and. however galling, he la
forced to submit with whatever grace he may to
the Bryan demands. Mr. Bryan's unique posi
tion gives him power he know how to wield,
and the demoerailo party will make no move
without reckoning on him.
The reading world has been surfeited with
stories of atrocities in Belgium and Turkey, In
Russia and Poland. What haa gone before will
be quickly overshadowed when the Balkan
sir tea break Into the killing business. The
ralkana have been the home of atrocities ever
since the Macedonian cry broke into the records
of the near east '
Note that "Billy" Sunday's meeting for State
university students at Lincoln waa held In
a church, and not in one of the university as
sembly halls. In this respect the university is
in exactly the same position as our public
schools. The constitution of Nebraska ex
pressly bars the propagation ot denominational
religion as any part of the public school system.
Our city commissioners promise to push the
work so the road to the cemetery will be In
passable condition again before the winter sets
in. Still, that Is the last road most of us want
to be booked to travel.
Twice Told Tales
Always Too Sides.
It used to be said of tha lata United State Senator
Allison of Iowa that tn conversation he wa tha moat
conservative man la tha United 3tatea. To get him
to aay plain "Ye" er plain "No" to any proposition
until he had gone thoroughly into tha matter, waa
next to Impossible. If ha wasn't aura, ha qualified the
statement Dvcn If ha waa aura, he waa likely to
qualify It In order to be aafe.
Once so tha tala runs he waa making a campaign
ing tour through tha atata of Nebraska. The train
upon which tie rode, with a party of other prominent
republicans, passed a great pasture where thousands
upon thoueands of sheep, so newly and so neatly
sheared that tha pink hldea ahowed through tho
cropped wool end, ware nibbling at tha herbage, all
with their head pointed In the same general direction.
One of tha group turned to two of hla companlona.
"I've got Allison now." ha confided. "I'm going
t make him commit himself for once. Listen I"
Ha dropped back two eeaU to where tha senator
from Iowa aat. and slipped Into the vacant place
alongside him. o '
"Senator," ha began, with a flirt of hla thumb to
ward tha browsing flock, that's quite a lot of sheep
out yonder In that pasture, eh?"
Allison atared through tha window aa though ap
proximately to compute tha number.
"Ahem." ha said: "there do seem to be a consider
able number of aheap there."
"Did you ever aea mora aheep than that at one
time In your whole lifer praaaed tha conspirator.
1 may have," responded Senator Allison after due
reflection, "and then again I may not."
"Well," said tha other desperately, "you're willing
anyhow to admit that they'va been pretty cloielj
sheared, aren't youT" -eiy
Tha senator took another look before answerlno
"Well." ha admitted, "they .pp.a7 hlv. been
aheared-on thla elda,"-eturdy SnXt
The lion waa telling tha leopard why ha roared In
tha Jungle when going about hunting. "Doing busi
ness openly and with plenty of advertising," the lion
aald, "la what haa made my reputation. I got my
characterisation aa king of the beasts by blowing my
born. Always let tha other fellows know you are
around and they will respect you and fear you."
A rabbit hiding and shivering In a clump of pampas
grass overheard this conversation, and all tha next day
ha pondered upon 1L Ha decided It waa better to have
tha other animals fear him than te live himself in
constant terror. So the rabbit filled hla lungs with a
great breath and tried to roar Ilk a lion.
A coyote, learning of tha rabblt'a whereabouts by
hla roar, hopped onto the rabbit and' ate him up.
If you haven't got the goods, there la no use to
Old Rafe astli,
Judge Parry, In a recent article on "Rufua Choata,
Advocate," aay on occasion Choate would meet with
hi Sam WeUer. Defending a prisoner for theft of
money from a ahlp, a witness waa called who had
turned etate'a evidence and whose testimony went to
prove that Choate'a client had Instigated the theft.
"Wall," asked Choate, "what did ha aayT Tell ua
how and what ha spoke to you."
"Why." aald tha witness, "he told ua there waa a
man In Beaton named Choata and he'd get ua out If
they caught ua with tha money In our boots."
People and Events
Owing to tha ebaenee ot a working majority of
praotlcal pollticlana from the New York state con
atltutlonal convention, tha appropriation of 1600,000 for
expenses was not wholly absorbed. Nearly fVl.uoO
slipped back Into tha treasury,
James Whltcomb Riley cheered Chicago achool
children with this birthday measage: "May you al
ways keep young In spirit and In health. May your
Uvea be a full as mine has been made by the grace
of Ood and tha good will of my fellowmen."
Tammany Hall's famous wigwam on Fourteenth
street la virtually an abandoned ahrlna of polltlca.
Membera era hitting the trail toward West Fifty
seventh atreet, where the sit of a former Presby
terian church ha been chosen for Tammany'a new
St. Louis authorities have decided to permanently
unite the county fair with tha annual festivities of
tha VeUed Prophet The aim of both la instruction
and entertainment By uniting and co-operating for a
common end. better results can be achieved tor leaa
expenditure of energy.
Things are happening In and to Philadelphia these
daya A nervy thief broke Into a city magistrate's
desk and made off with all the treasure found therein.
A visitor, probably from Boston, dubbed a rabmaa'a
vehicle a relle of Noah' a ark." "You need aa am
bulance," responded cabby aa ha proceeded to put tha
crttlo In condition for tha ride. It cost tha cabby S,
but upholding the honor of tha town waa worth tha
The astonishing charge Is made .by the head of the
Bureau of Weights and Measures of Manhattan that
tha gasoline pump which autoist love so dearly Is a
gay deeetver. It la not a aeasura. but a pump with
honest Intention Hare la the way It la worked, ac.
cording t tha official: "You ask for five gallons ot
gasoline. Out cooes the merchant with hla pump,
but If you are not paying close attention ha worka
the pump'handie four timee Instead of five times. You
are charged with five gallons of oil and get four gal
lona Tha pump should have aa Indicator shoarmg
the actual amount of oil delivered.
Ooe Werlt - Keep It t.
OMAHA, Oct .-To tha Editor of Tha
Bee: Permit me to congratulate Tha
Bee upon the stand you have taken
attainst the street fate and carnival. For
year I have lifted up my voice against
thla cheap form of amusement. 1 have
always felt that It waa undignified and
heilttting for a city like Omaha to allow
auch a form of amusement on it atreet.
Many of tha amaller town and citl have
ruled them out Thla I not saying any
thing about tha Immoral and vlcloua In
fluence of suh an amusement
What will take It place a an attrac
tion to draw people from outside the city
and to raise money necessary T
I have no doubt that now that the city
owna tha Auditorium, that a aeries of
popular concerte and lectures and enter
tainments of various aorta, given by sinn
ers, speaker and entertainer of national
repute, would draw fully aa well and
would be uplifting and helpful. A fee no
larger than Is paid to enter tha carnival
ground would pay the expenses and
mora. There are a number of men like
myself who could be persuaded to put up
our $10, or even more, that In the past
have not been doing so because wa did
not wlh to be considered patron of uch
a disgusting affair aa the carnival haa
bean for year. Thi can all be worked
out, I am ur. to the profit and welfare
of the Ak-Sar-Ben and to the city and
all tributary territory. Hoping you will
keep up tha good fight. I am,
GEORGE O. WALLACE.
War Cost la Cripples.
AVOCA, ia., Oct 1S.-TO tha Editor of
The Bee: A gentleman has lust returned
from Europe to New Tork with the
startling figures that there two 1,000,000
cripples as a result of the war. Two mil
lion men Intermingled with nations, tha
large majority of whom have heard of a
great plan of salvation. "Doing the other
fallow first" Two million man mut
now be provided with mean to earn a
livelihood and who is to blame. All agrpe
the great American general, who des
cribed war In shocking language, waa
Evangelists and the ministry, with
picture of eternal torment on th one
hand and golden harp and pavementa on
the other, seem powerless to assist with
J.OOO.OOO men crippled for life, and mil
lions of unmarked gravea of the best
blood of tha land a toll exacted and tha
end la not yet.
If tha pen Is mightier than the eword
let those who know Its power get busy,
T. J. H.
Who' Hand Dig She Shakef
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., Oct 16,-To
the Editor of The Bee: I read in Tha
Bee of Mr. Sunday's sermon about tha
lady who worked so hard to win the $30
cut glass prixe and aa ahe was beaten by
only two points ahe wa so disappointed
that ahe , went to bed and waa 111 for
two daya. Then her son went to the
gambling house and won the money and
gave It to hla mother and told her to
buy the cut glasa dish, etc
When Mr. Sunday came to that town
this lady attended the aervlce and, tak
ing her stand for Christ, told Mr. Sun
day aha would never play carda again.
Now I may be more fortunate than
thoae who listened to Mr. Sunday Tues
day afternoon, because 1 heard two re
vivals. Three or four months ago w
had a revival In North Platte, conducted
by Lowry and Moody, and Mr. Lowry
told ua about the same lady that Mr.
Sunday had the experience with, men
tioned above, but Mr. avowry aald that
aha shook his hand and promised him
never to play carda again.
So I thought maybe you would be able
to satisfy my curiosity aa to whose hand
the lady really did shake, for It doea
not eeem probably to me that they
could toothj have had so identical an ex
perience. W. O. FLEISHMAN.
W here Oraranlaed Labor Stands.
OMAHA, Oct 15. To the Editor of Tha
Bee: Referring to a special from Lincoln
appearing In your columns a short time
ago, to the effect that tha plumber' and
steam fitter' union ef Lincoln had
adopted a resolution protesting against
the action of the recent convention of
tha Nebraska State Federation of Labor
In opposition to prohibition. I beg to
call attention to a reply made hy Samuel
Qompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor to Congressman
Hobson, which reply read as follow and
WASHINGTON. D. C. Sept 3. 1911.
My Dear Mr. Hobson: Your favor of
August Zlat reached my office during my
ahuenre on official business, and this Is
the first opportunity I have had to reply
thereto. I beg to assure you that I ap
preciate the honor of your selecting me
as a member ef the National Constitu
tional Prohibition committee on co-operation,
but I must ask you to excuse me
from accepting or serving upon the com
mittee. I am frank enough to aay to you
that I am out of harmony with tho
prohibition movement by constitutions!
provision or statute enactment. I know
of a better way other than by lngallsei
f'rohlbltlon to secure temperance and
empnrate habits, not only tn tho liquor
traffic, but In any of the personal
activities of men.
There is no movement In all the country
so potent to muke the people temperate at
Is the much misunderstood and mis
represented organised labor movement of
the country. Increasing waxes, estab
lishing a shorter work-dav, affording the
opportunities for the cultivation of ct
ter tastea, better aspirations, hlpher
Ideals, which the better standard of liv
ing and freedom of burdensome. Ion
hours of toil will bring, the opportunity
for better iiomes and surroundlnss and
better worKing conditions, all of these I
repeat hsve been more potent and will
prove to be more potent In establishing
temperance and temperate ha:tta than
anv attempt to reeutate the nersonal
habits or to Inaugurate prohibition by
As you Will observe. I am not In har
mony with the purpose of your move
ment, and hence cannot consistently ac
cept an appointment upon the commit
tee. I, therefore, attain respectfully re
quest you to remove my name from the
national constitutional committee on co
operation. SAMUEL OOMPKKS,
"President American Federation of
Mr. GomperV letter completely answer
every objection raised to the resolution
of the state labor convention held In
Omaha last month, and his opinion
should be final aa to any further action
on this subject MAX DEZETTEL,
QUAINT BITS OF LITE.
The first bequest In the will of Russell
Greene of Ctiicago waa a fund of $5,000
for the care of hla dog, Nellie.
. 3. E. Reeves of Fond du Lac, Wis., haa
a muskrat farm. Not entirely satisfied
with tha results of that enterprise, ha re
cently planted 1,000.0X0 frog eggs In hla
Physicians of Q-ene, Mo., are puasled
by aa ailment which strikes W. H. Hilton
dumb when ha attempts to address per
sona near him. but permits him to apeak
plainly when addressing persons at a
distance, or when talking to animals.
Tips on Home Topics
Washington Post: Jimmy Archibald
probably remembers with regret tha dear
boyhood day when he could find nothing
In hla pocket but a hole.
Baltimore American: A forty-battle-ahlp-navy,
which the Naval board urged
year ago, was the right proposition when
first suggested. Having been given its
object lesson, perhaps tha present con
gress wui grasp th significance of the
Kansas City Times: Tha news from
Washington la that James F. J. Archi
bald, tha war correspondent is to be ar
rested on hla return to the United Statee
and prosecuted. The report I probably
true. A Archibald la aa American cltl
sen the American government will feel
perfectly aafe in being severe with him.
New York World: After $30,000,000 or so
In gold I brought from over the sea.
$SSO,000 to divide among tha states seem
sinsll. But when It come from federal
forest preserved for productive uae, not
devoted to destruction. It meana a na
tional resource that will grow with the
Philadelphia Ledger: Major General
Sam Hughes want Henry Ford to tell
him honestly whether h Intends 1)0
withdraw hla money from any bank
participating In tha Franco-British loan.
The Implication 1 that unless Henry
behave h wl'l lose the aupport of
Canada and be unable to sell mora
than a million car next year. Alaa,
poor Henry 1
Tha McCook Republican has added a
multiple linotype to Its office equipment.
Tha paper is ona of tha oldest and most
prosperous In southwest Nebraska.
In observance of It twenty-seventh an
niversary the Minden Courier last week
came out with a twenty-page edition filled
with advertising and newa matter.
Tha Orleans Issue has changed from a
six-column folio to pamphlet form.
Tha 4-year-old daughter of Editor Mil
lar of tha Osmond Republican died In an
Omaha hoepttal as a result of Mood
poisoning. She waa here several week for
Tha Emerson Enterprise I out with
what Editor Taylor term a harvest edi
tion. It contains twenty-four pagee, well
filled with advertisements and new. It
1 printed on a fine quality of book'paper
and la profusely Illustrated with halftone.
GFJSS A5D GR0AKS.
"The young widow seems to sear ep
well In her affliction. I suppose M'
composure Is due to her pastors earnest
"Well, partly that: but mainly. I rues,
to her late huef snd's comforting insur
ance." Boston Trsnscrlpt
"A man ahould always think before he
"Yes," replied Mis Cayenne. "But
It' a mistake to think so long as te
crests the Impression that you are com
posing fiction." Washington Star.
"I'll' be pretty busy on this trip," he
"I know," Interrupted hi wife. "Here
are forty or fifty love letter you wrote
me when we were engaged. Take them
along and mail me one every day."
Kansas City Journal.
21 ' KABARET ,
&aa llniQUI e
fWA PWIV1I'"' I a. aa a a 1
" V . .swa.lai illla BA
ABOUT HIM i ha i nuNrV
GDKNs HOVl CAN I FIND HI" J .
AKMAM rTTrl A MAME COHH i VW
Pceshtwe his iNnrvv&
CFOOKR) FROM i THE SJWT
"How dare you coma home at this
hour In such a condition T Toil are
drunk, sir disgracefully drunk!"
"Yesh been on a bat M'rta, but
y'ynow batsh good to kill of muahkaet
era." Baltimore American.
Nurse Tommy, It la naughty to play
soldiers on Sunday.
Tommy Oh, this 1 all right It's the
Salvation army. Chicago Newa
ggs I wonder what makes my eyas
Boggs I don't know unlea If S be
cause they are in a weak places In
"Ia there any way of atopplng these
cyclones? ' asked the man from tha eaat
"Oh, no," replied the westerner. "Tha
est way Is to so right along with "em."
"We expelled the deacon for mbrfn'
religion and politics."
"Mlxln relltclon and politics?"
"Yes he'd go to a political meetln' an'
he'd fall asleep In the middle of a
apeech, b'gosh, jest Ilka It waa a ser
AN DIYETEEATE TEAIL-HITTZE
Whe'n grassy bank are strewn
When In the wood the wild wind griav.
When blackbirds eonrreirate in fineka.
W hen corn 1 cut and piled In shocks,
When country road we motor thro
Are lined with snravs of asters blue;
When bluejay scream and fly oarhead;
vv nen ooraers disss witn salvia red;
When squirrel are so busy they
Forget to pass the time of day;
Wh.n fh. Mhin al1n. U.V, VI - 4
Then stands In speculative mood:
we may feel sure that without fail
Soon ole man wlnter'l hit tha trail-
Omaha. BAYOLL NE TRHLE.
Cost of this
Dish to an
Here is a fair
of a meat and a
dinner for a fam
ily of six. showing a clear saving of 85c
in favor of macaronifor 1 meal only:
S lbs. of sirloin steak at 86c a lb. $1.08
Bread and butter, aay . . .10 41.15 '
One pVg. Faust Macaroni . 10. 10
One can of tomatoes . . .10
Bread and butter, as r bore . .10 .SO
Of comparative nutritive values. Dr.
Hutchison, the famous dietitian, says
that meat contains practically 75
vrater, macaroni only 10. In other
words, when you pay J1.00 for meat,
you pay 75c of that 451.00 for water.
And it's so easy to digest and so easy
to prepare Faust Macaroni. Besides
serving it as the whole meal, you
should serve it often as a side dish.
MAULL BROS.. St LouU. U. S. A.
Say "CEDAR BROOK,
To Be Sure"
TV be sure, that's the thing to sav if too want to I
1 certain of a hlg-h-bell or one "down that ia alwa'
SB., . . m' . A. I
right. At all leading Dealers. Clubs. Ban. Restau
rant and Hotels, you'll find CEDAR BROOK in tha lead.
Largest selling brand of high-grade Kentucky whiskey in
tha world. Because it baa maintained the aame sarre,
superior quality since 1847.
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