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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
FOt'NDKD ny KDWARD ItOKBWATEK.
VlCTOfV ItOSKWATEU, EDITOR.
Tb Ren Publishing Company, proprietor.
nr.K uriM'iNa, faknah and hkvkntkrntH.
Entered at Omaha t-oatoffb ae eeondrle wtttr
TE-JtMd OIT SUOHCRUTION.
Pally enA Sunder .,,
Ially without Monday
hverilrig and Mundey.,
t.vitiliig till hoi; t Hin'tuy.,,
hienlig without ttunday.,..,
hwiidny ice only.
illy and Kunaey (Ma, three year In advance,. tlt.'jQ
Slerid notice of change of addraa or Irregularity Jn
iteitvery to Ornah te, Clrrtilal Ion f eparlmnl
llemlt by draft, einreaa or post I order. Ontf two
cent atamria received In payment of email ewotinl.
1'ereonal h ha, ncH on Omaha and eaetern
t hang e, not ceened.
Omshe The Do Flirlldlrig,
eouth Omsha MIS N etraet.
v.und Muffa-M North Main Street
l.lncolnM Mirle llullrilrig,
t 'lib '( II I'eofile (aji ??tifldlng,
New fork- Room IM, iW 11 'th svenue,
Ht. sniUM New (tank of IJommer',
M afilnrton-7ZS fourteenth street, N. W.
Address commurit' stlons rotating to nwa ami edb
tori I mt'r re On ah Bee, Editorial I 'ere n merit,
MA IK II ClltCt'MTIO.V,
56,628 Daily Sunday 50,628
Jiwtght Wllllatna, circulation msnager of Tb Ree
fubliehirj orriany being duly sworn. y rhat tha
avt rireulelluri for tha month of Wr li, J!, wa
y-i.tHi dally arid fiOf.' eori'lny
iWi.HT VVIM.MMM, Circulation Manager,
Mubaerlhed In toy r n- a arid aworn lo before we
Oita id day of April, mil
lOUKIlT Jtt'NTKR, Notary J'tibllo,
DtitiKrlbcra Irariag the city torreporerUj
should have Tb lie mailed to them. Ad.
tlreee will be rliansd 4 ofUa m rwiutd.
Tb ford I Mom npd-makar on tu bom
Hcpubllma iepi io local aklrnilnht-a a.r
a.4toc) ilcot of th fall laudalide,
DQ)oerd who tmv. (ura to bd nilgbt
aa wl bfo and rcllev th aprlng droutb.
Now, wat b tba man with tb ho, tba apad
ar.d tba rak faahloo bfi own pla In tha aim.
However, I ha by flitatlona of fnti
aprlng do Dot mar tba radiant joy of atraw
ObMrra that the annual "wt" Dd "dry"
ti,--of war baa again pulltsd tha knot In tha
ropa few Incbra ovr tha rtmlrr,
Aa ft tumor foundry of aa bal Ilea, (,'attKat
plurka atjma of tba pluma of "Mola fit, Nicbolaii.
( attc-gat brara much, but aro nothing.
Tba manlnr minds o tha automoblla world
era aura to larn nril nw polnta In tha
bURintn mhufflfl, ahould tha taka a hand In tha
An income lax of 2fi per rant propound In
(Jrat Urttaln iiiatrllly llghtrna tba govern
n nt'g tatk of enforcing economy and abollah
tug luxurloua living.
Party oppomcnta who quaatlon the loyalty ol
( olom l Bryan ahould sola at Iruat on tteep
Hon. Ilia loyalty to Brothr Cbarly'i wlfare
dVflfi tba barbs of anvy,
llufora becoming too aidted, It might &
well to reinnnbtr the flsnco mad In Omaha
v itb a competing tHcpbona syatem. W'hatevar
a do, let u have no repHHIon of this.
According to a Nw York Judae, playing
(oker la Dot gambling, but strictly "a genlla
man's gama of skill." A blua-ribbonad kitty
constitutes a dazzling sign of Judicial dlscrrllon.
Cbinesa philosophy tacbcs Ihcra no ftiich
thing as raal happiness. A pretty fair Individual
Imitation may ba bad If Yuan Bhib Kal succeeds
In laying hands on tha bunch that dished tha
If Omaha goas Into tha elftr;c Vgbting bus
iness, at Utast let us go In with our eyes open,
not with distorted expwtatlona derived from a
Jumbla of misleading figure we di( with tha
Seaaoned authority diplomatically tells
Haiti mora It Is no worm thsn other rltiea o(
tha aama sine. Tha romrortlng aasurancs should
rull out an appreciative response at tha laat
Tha Missouri Taclflc baa succeeded In find
tog the money to pay tha cost of raising its
ttacka at tba Dodge street cronsing. Oood! If
It tries It can alao find IIih money to pay Its
trail proportionate share of the coat of a iipw
1 nioa depot fur Omaha.
When peare arrtvea to Kurope and the boys
torn marching home, prbsbty tha greatest stir
pri In Store for them will ba some five uni
son iiisvruliiiw John taken over by women. Th
piiitiirin of making roiu for men cinri.-a the
aeiiiii of iiiliitrll revolution
Thirty Years Ago
This Day in Omaha
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Snl frnUI '
German Terms for Peace,
Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollwea; compre
hensively reviews tha war situation In his
I ngthy addreas to tba Reichstag, which Is really
a notice to tha world of what terms Oermany
night conaider for settlement, laylng aside
the chancellor's estimate of the ability of the
German allies to continue tha war, Interest will
bo found in tha flat declarations of Intention as
to what shall follow the war, Two of tba chan
cellor's statements are deeply significant, One
Is that there must ba a new flelgium, the other
that Germany will never consent to turn over
the occupied Itusslsn provinces to Russian con
trol, These questions, brought forward s In
cidentals to military campaigns, are certain to
lom big in tbei resdjustment of boundaries
which must come with peace.
Nothing in tba chaocellor's address gives an
Inkling as to the Intention of the Ccrman states
men for tiltlmatoly dealing wlfn the Poles, illh
iianlans and others of the "submerged nations"
v hose aspirations for nstlonal life have tskso
new vigor In the clash of battle, I files the
Herman policy has chanted entirely, the prov
ides wrenched from Russia will be attached to
Oermsny and Austria, As to the ' new l!el
ghirn," spoken of by the chancellor, the ton
tinned occupancy of this country by Oermsny
bss been foreshadowed from the first, All of
this Is contingent on the flnsl triumph of the
Germans In the war.
The program outlined by von Reibmsnt)'
Jioliweg Is, of course, subject to levlew, at
least, If not amendment, snd msy undergo con
sldersble revision before it Is submitted. It la
of Interest to know, thus early, to what Ibe
Germans are looking sbesd,
The pitciji appesl of the senator's persons!
orgsn to Mr, Hryao to stop Indulging In abuse
is truely pathetic, The question is propounded
to Mr, Bryan whether "If sometimes as he lies
alone In bed In the stilly watches of the night,
communing with his own sou), he does not
grow a bit llrcl of It all,"
Again, Mr, Bryan Is asked why he does It
end this answer Is vouchsafed for him; "Jt
nay be thst the milk of human kindness has
dried In his bresst or he simply cannot help
Remembering the regular habit of the sen
ator's paper of hesplng unsparing abitae upon
political opponents, upon the slightest pretest
end inventing the pretest when It does not
exist, It certainly Is all "so very silly, so very
sbsurd." To a msn tip a lre, It looks merely
like, "chickens come home to roost" the good
IJoctor Bryan administering to (be senator
some of his own medicine out of his own bottle.
Nature'i Way of Doing" Thing-i.
New York pacifists parade with much mer
riment an imitation of a dinosaur as an Illus
tration of tha Inutility of preparednees. This
anlediluvisn saurian was armed and armored
to the limit, and he passed away; ergo, do not
f rm to defend yourself. Wby not eshiblt the
tiirtle, also armed and armored? This reptile
preceded the dinosaur, and has outlived him by
atone of time, and yet wears hi armor. The
tliunderbesst and the three horned monster, the
i'lant-slayer, and all the long list of terrible
(features that disported themselves in the sedgy
swamps, the everglades snd forests, or swam
the murky seas of the ouik world, are gone,
but their descendants retain weapons of defense
end offense, not so formiduble, perhaps, as
those of their predecessors, but quite as service
able, Nature answers the unprepsrrd in other
ways, iler laws are the laws of progress, "Ho
careful of the type she seems, so careless of the
single life," wae not Idly written. All through
nature the great devour the small, the strong
prey on the weak. If we turn to nature for an
example we gt this one lesaou, inexorable and
Immutable. The dinosaur would he with us
yet bad he been properly adapted to tha life
nature prepared for bis successor, ills armor
nas not his weaknesa, but his Inability to change
with the "unceasing purpose" that runs forever
eliminated htm from the great scheme of things.
The turtle persisted, and so did the Jellyfish,
end the amoeba; they are leftovers, lingering
unnoted among tha rubbish of ague,
Nature' law Is forward, and th survival
of the fittest, Just a surely todsy as It ever
was, and man Is not permitted to determine
who or what Is fit to survive. He may, how
ever, plsn Ahlu his wisdom for bis own pro
lection snd perpetuation.
Pure Food Day in Nebraska.
i bis is "pure food" day In Nebisaka, so d
r arm! by our goternor, who set spurt this week
" lit- ilcvotfil to the gloiirication of what N'e
hi .i nli ii ii-, enjoy every day 111 the yer, from the
i isdle to the grave, Our people ar entering
lulu the spirit of the affair Hh appsient feat,
In, I not liiMti apiit'iul empbaais Is lmcd.il,
Nt-braaka's middle m I pure food, Its i r
t;le soil, Hiitrluu sir M blesNed sunshine
unite ( pruiiuie In hoiirulW muiit food
sli'ffs of all kind of iiit'im KtUmi'it purity, of
tempting !( and ho!eeonte qiialit), for the
Ivedlng of the people of the world. Our fields
Slid pastilles are aiippleliieiilvid br mtlla and
lactones, and the stain sud frulia, the ieaia
Mrs and berrica, the butter and est, are imula
sellable for onii topi Ion upon condlttnit thai
make Hiltime a boon and labor a )y beiaoae
( fiilliiwcd l' Oie briiaii) of tin !!( la be
api'id IhlousH lilittilf rm p 111 liuuir(lnM
nub t er day is m l'd Usi in Nrhreaka
ttilH a liiiaiara ralal'liabinrst arte tu
r re a msn for a rvaponaiMe ,,.ku,mi at a (en
tiimt salary Ira absl be ever rarrird be
fuia M iii.i this lilgh lai 1. 1( man, wHt
uni.M ati fiillv paid fm l bis a-mp'oi r, tried
I - a iia a auto lilia n, ... at t p if , t
H'a that Hs'itfii!'? ivfii-.t i the fitm Ho
be .Ii vh Oiiitk he eovild a'trr bt isti.
In I, a li. .ivrunl sn-l a tiit
lh tiiirltin that ! .. SUIitint
i i.piM,t.l, ru.l ii r Ibe v.u.l ti.ake pat.,i,
sua !'' in Omaha Ixoaa lull Ui
til, lint. If It ba eci b.. thai f,V. t it a
.i- ! M"' o r t ! his tialn ..in
fii.io i(tiiiiu in t ia i h. r, iih tw rult
tit ba et. a amaa I t t .-it ef wiit
Hi (lisa he had brt
Democratic Bookkeeping !
IpMCh la the Koaee e( aevtweaataUvae.
Mr, Chairman: Whan a graat pu.,tlnal parly InUj
duraa a nn-ssure Impoaing H.tt)fM In taa and pre
an(a It for IrmnaUiare paaaage without affordlnf any
opportunity for terrentlng ita cencadad Injuatl.a iv
Unlifrlfi Uni, It b:otnaa the duty of the laadara ot
that party to frankly confaas that an aniarfaocy exlela
wbb b bioofca no dalay end to frankly and claariy sat
forth the eoodlllon of the national i.nancas. The can-
tlimee from North Carolina Mr, Kltchln), the die
tlngulahad I'isdar of the majority, haa acaplad thi
duly and ha parformad It on hi part; hot th sd
mfnlalretlon, whoa announcements have baan hr-
aldd stjroad by the pra, not only baa ri(nnf to
sdmlt the enfaUn'-e of th ameraancy, ut ha ear'
fully conrjoilad th cmdltlon of th treaaury, and th
gotlmn from Tanneaae (Mr, tfull;, whe has Jut
ap;kn, has followed th admlnlat ration r'Sardlca it
wh It led blm,
On th aeond day of th ioo th preldnt ef
th t'nllad Xlala aftdraaaad corigrea on tha condition
of th ! of tli union In general, end, among othar
thins, on ilia rondltl'ii and stat of the treaaury, it
had ham announced baforehsnd that b would rotom
mend eolsraamanls of the army and navy, which
would enormously ln:ra our annual expenditures,
Th i.inlltii- had in Ihe laat fiscal year haavlly
.. jjwl the r(jlpl, and th balanca In th lr-ury
conlloocd to shrink aa tech day want by, 1 hop4,
liiifora, that when tba praldnt called upon con
gi to furnlab additional revanu that a full snd
"''iirt sistmnt of Ih condition of th traury
snd nt tha demand which war Ilkdy to be made
upon II would be aat forth In hi tnrnnn. 1 knew, i t
louiaa, lht In (beae avaaon of ehrinkag In wwtm
fid Increaaa of def tta, th Inevitable attribute of e
uoio ratiB dritlnlrraron, a i' h a alatamant would l
somewhat huiiillb'tlna snd anything but pleoaant read
log for tlit A inert' an people, (Applauae on tha re.
Vtir mraolf, wUbed to P-ara Ipartlcnlarly bow end
wbr Ih preal'leni had discovered thai on Jim 30
laat lliea wa llanc In tli Uituury lit !04,I70
lii". Hi) (bar data bad n.elved a'l-(mM, la
sued br Ibe Tieaury deparlm'tit, ularing that tb
balar. was Sl,W,''M, 'Ihl dlfferen'-e of U,W,Ht,
while U mav if "in amall In eomparlaon with sorn
other ibao", rholught wa worth looking after tn
Ifiicrol. of ih piillle. Al tht point t recalled that
Ihe e ri-lrt of lb treaaury hid rerenlly alvait Ih
preaa a tlemijt In wh-b th condition of th
treauiy t forth In glowing color. You rny
reniemlwr lliat Ihl slalantent was piihllabed In th
nawapapera, and that It not only rapieaented that
there wa now a li balan'-e on hand, but alao that
I tier a would b Ih comfortable eurplii of l.'l.'W.Ofl
In Hi treaaury l. tha and of th flecal year of ISIS, If
ihe 'M-nt late wi continued. A Oils tlmnt
appear to be th one upon which Ih president ba
tha flsure ii a 4 In his me , snd Is repeated III
lb report of the acratary of lrmury It become.
fieeaary to analyra t,
It la not often ln,i ona tan (nrroduc a flavor of
romem Inio cold dsuie, hut Mr. McAdoe ha don
II, rluKhir.) The riernnt of the condition of
our iiatboial finance which he gv to Mi pre is
oh of the moat Interesting of tb roent work of
fiction, lihough probably not on of th "beat aellera,"
lluaM' t I After sriilnlng It, I wa Irrealatlbly
reminded of one of th fa moo character In I'bken'
wotka-Mr, Mli-awlr, In th novel, 'Trevld Coppr
flold " Mr, Mlcawber wa th originator of th el.
btated mailm "Annual Income tS), annual pena
A IH ; reault, bapplrie; annual Income tvi, annuel
eipcimca lt , taaull, rnlaery" an eprelon pe
culiarly adapted to Ihe condition of th nstlonsl
.treaaury under the preaent democratic reglm. Itut
Mr, Ml'swliar wa sn optimlal, and, Ilk the score.
Iiry ef tb Ireaaurv, prewrnt defk It did not occupy
hi mind so much s vlalun of a large aurplu In th
fulut. Iipkcna' famou c)iarcter ha often been
corieirierid an enaaintstlon, hut Mr. Mlc.awbar'a p
cullar ctircteriet! a r portrayed in th ltemnt
of Ih ae'r'teiy "f tbe treaaury. It lis ae what th
reel facia are wllb reference to tbe condition of the
treaaury, emt compare them with tha alalemenl nf
Mr, MrArl'Mi and Hie ohIIIiio preaented by Ih prel
( lie June I of laat year ilie balance In th trrmury
wa lea than l,".,'o),'o, anordlng to th dally alat'i
ment, At tlist Urn nerly 'fM.WSi.MO of the raources
of ibe treaaury cunaieled of ubaldlry llver Snd
other minor colna. Jt wa otivlou that If the gov
ernment wss called ui nn is me'it Us demand oblige
tlona It would hav to dip Into thla fund of nleketa
dime, riuarters, snd o forlli, and the bslanc In toe
li-eaaury begun to look tike "iblrly cants," lrnlil.
About thla time ihe treaaury, Ihiouah Hie rollailo-a
of Inleinal reveiiua, began to aend Out rrautlr call
for help, reiiueallng everynna to aend In their Inroma
la aa anon a poaallilc, anil the balance began to
Me, (oi the 1e.l day of juue M4,0i,Ki w ph In
and It reai lieil 2,(ion,0, lot hiding sliver bullion, sub
sidiary allver, niliior colna, and so forth, and every
thing Imi Dial could then ba thouaht of,
I'o on ak how thla tw,'ii,f0 could be cbangi d to
fiirt.fi'r.nirt? of coiiia.. the liana ahould not urprle
yuu. aa chansa lie alwaa li order with thla ad
iiilnleliatloo TI.e mtnnnu- Ibat contained tln-ae in
teieatlng flgurea annnimeed a vry Important iliansa
of policy, wlih refreiiia to tho army and navy which
would afei't the treaaury, frlor to thla time th form
of tha dally Statemtnt bud been changed snd th
iimmnry of the racelpta and dlebureeinenl for the
year given In lha dally alatanient of June Ml laat la
dlferenl from (hat given by th irtary In hi rj
port recently reclved by congreaa. A llll rnorw ur
lullltia ibsnr In tha treaaiuy aucOimla-will be found
later, K.vai yoiK- baa In aid i f Ilia poalmaater who
aald that the admlnlatiallon could not change oulckct
than be c.ulil, mil l was lefeirlrig to a different
adnilnllrallon-he bad never held efr undei' Mr.
Wllenn. If l tried to keep up with thla adrnliiUI i a
linn, be would rind blmaalf liopeleaKtt 'dlalaiicid on
Ih flrat .pinner of th Itais
Kvldcntly I iila balan. of tu.Onu.nuO In the iieaamy
tut .lurui a thin math up did not iwin lue ermuah
til All, M-Adim ilmih!irl, ba add.il in II over
IIHwOno (nn, i dm uMii'Uial hank mile redi-inptlnii
rmul uiiil ci- I',1"1." H . Mali ill pi. alia thai he aald
vvera In.lud.il In the tavlaed tleiaila, aHhouah not ra
irlied bv ihe In mm) unlil ntlrr that dale i it li
ter I In till y he iiici.de,i n brtnglng ihe hal.
en up t,i a llllle mrr tun kihki, aa Ik (.u auied
Ilia e. ii Im tin hitting tlm amn int line of Hi hank
note iinii(luii rmid III ll.e aaecia I (hat It waa
litado by l a lai nt Ilia plildlc tlfl'l and In
I ludd Hierelll, hill It via a i vilirill lUlilllll, il.itng.
In finul ilav In d'. pa!dii on deniaiid, whlvh
eatild nut rcl tv b pert of a oiklni halnine S
In Ilia caalt d. n.lle, wa a trailer of i.iuiee liny ht
8vei l-h iiniiiletl ei.rtil mi Ihe day (hey ante la
hud Ae IntfealUi fx I In tola I inn . tMa !
lultllixi and ni l ilullaia v.( alt 1ei-i.eila mlilih II
Miiiitl' count i f euii x. althtuieh in.l i.led
mull Jn'i I, I Hill h l'lem In tl Ireai iri on
July I tittil l.i I I ; W U, linl.d't.t ih aeif
tame i ) di "U tii.lv Sir MSI nn f..,nil
In IS IhniMi f Ih day Sefnf A l rl I y I n irta
n ((, il (.ad i-tn ibdiig a -me tvlii.l .a t maj
y iihiil.iiig ! eain.eiil i.i atii ii. f i
)! I'hia w.iiiltl i. inlir n h If M. dc
Mm bad eal lk. ihia nta balan- ef J ia
h i,. i4 it e'l fi.-waa ant In ta ir
limn e-l IS kiix uMl ef ha !. Ih tan. fay
l i'l 1 a ..r J in ' tiilv 1 1 1-4 H TI. S.n ISt
daily iul.ni.1,1 (..( J Hy I liuvt,) laat (hare a
l -.t t-H hit' I ana- tu n mat da e.
if ws Hi. I d u ... nl ( Hie i.ii, ii..h fm,. f
I m. i. l-t m n vi u m
" I'd l vt hii H an, i f .tvity
t - ihaii lli e.t lily Mr M i tltt
i l .! a W a li la a . (! raial if
Ii a .f..ii i .i mii lt ra e wa mil I ..
n-l n. I 4 n. Ti Mm i1p-ail ml I'l an lee i.
i..-i. ,la ha . i.-il I linn g l-aiiiiiiy i a
Ml Ilia bitiH r I ii in si , in,u 4
f-l- la M t I a4 b lMteil nm
. th an I'M a '' a n iiM ii , ,-.
etlut Ii Hill ll- 1li aa t I aaikn
ant liitiMi. IS .1 -.Hte, ta il i i,t
Heir tu Hedae Amto Acldate.
OMAHA, April t.-To th IVlltor of
The Ba: Why not keep th auto on
th aide at reel a and not on th streets
with car track, ! of Ufa le earning
toe regular. It would not work a hard
hip nd would reduce eceldent.
OMAHA. April .-Te th Kdltor of Tb
bee; Ho often one beer the word,
lately, "The child was kept st horn and
still It contracted scsrlat faver, I b
lleve It In the sir. It's no ua trying
to b careful." And yet If there was
an epidemic of head II' or bed bus In
th dry, any one would know, If a child
had ben laolated and got II' er bed
bug, they had been carried to It through
om souf.es, be. June they are bugs
which my b aen. But they r no
mor bug thsn srlt fever Is cau"d
by bu-r snlmsls, so mll that science
even be fellnd fe discover tlim, Th
m I true of tb yellow fever bug
but iifiiif know It I a bug by Irs
habit, Juat as a hunter In a Jungle
finding lion trscks or other evidence
know a lion Is shout. And irleiiltat
hsve o uccfully tracked yellow
fever to II lair that It I alrooat ex
terminated, Thay have alao given us
tha truth about scarlet fever, the main
eaaeritlal of which fs proper quarsnllri
snd sis or eight weeks' IsoleHOn, no mat
ter bow light th csae,
There hsve been, within the memory of
man, certain animal completely exter
minated, Tlil could be 'irlly tro of
vry dlaeaaa germ. fdrellef of this
truth Is, tn th eye of gclnnea, mere Ignor-
snc comparable to Ih Ignorance nd
uperfition of th pvsg of darkest
Hut two or thr week' quarantine
doctors going In and out without chaos
ef garment, frdom from punlahment
( imprisonment; for thoae who cp or
vlolsr quarantine n not but. bring
forth a crop of orlt faver, which will
coat many mora lives snd many thou
sands of dollars,
AWTI-W'ABM'.T KTVym Bl.'fJ,
Tbe WlUwa rira-Stea.
h.An, Neb,, Aprtl t,-To the Kdltor
er The ne; a an s.-ymnant sselnat,
tht alleged evlle of dancing, I submit
THB "WIfXoW riVK gTCP,"
f, rme tp fotward.
1, (m tep ba'k Hard,
J. On aiep heck ward.
4, Hide lp,
. Mlur tnio. K, liK.
Tips on Home Topics
lymtsvlll f'oiirler-Joiirnat; The typi
cal American I a man who 1 much lea
concerned about th high coat of beef
steak than about tb skyscrsplrig price
Cleveland Plain fieaJer: Mxlcan are
said to be very opHoii of Amorlcen
hopty, Thlr SMidclon Is doubtlca
founded on the feet that up bare a dollar
Is worth J'e) cnts,
Pirtaburgh Idapelcb: Another diffi
culty encountered by those who con
demned the brutality of tbe prle fight
ts la convince tbe folks sfferted that
I here' any brutality In It,
Waehlngion Post; Without awaiting
sn official statement. It may be confi
dently aaaerted that the two airships of
ferad to Ihe ermy by the Aero club for
tl seen probably are worth It.
Philadelphia ldrr: recta not only
best fiction lhee days en the se, In the
elr end on the land, but even the euthor
of "Mont f'rfato" would be hard put to
It to Invent plot a exiravegent enough to
dlaenunt poaalbllitles snd a'iuelltles,
Brooklyn Kagla: "Th uncertain bii
mn factor" blamed for accidents by the
railroad I tolerably f wllb adequate
arid regular sleep, lng hours of labor
msy be checked by egllHon, but In
dividual contempt for beelth rule Is
pretty difficult to del elth.
Hprlngfleld Hepiibllcan: We read that
Captain Tanmher, Ihe Welland csnsl
plotter, la "on of the moat prominent
German In th Cnlted tt," and alo
that 'he 1 lt known, perhaps, ss the
husband of Mine. Oitdakl, th opera
singer" Th more prevalent notion I
that the poalllon fit th huaband of sa
oiwra singer I on of permanent eclipse
complicated by aun spots.
1 loiialon I'oal: Tb fact that Homer
waa m before he began the Iliad never
retrlri a boy of IS when the iwteli of
blrta and Ihe flutter of ribbon hsve
fluatered blm, He mill hav to all up at
night and write Ih poetry and travel
other pslh through tha valley of Ilia
shadow of death until be ascertains the
illimitable taoai-lty 'or b cream abe
curries lmut her pereon,
loaeph Tagweikar will atari new Her
man weekly paper st (Vluntbu. It ll .
known aa Hi .S'rlnaeka Siesta I lemukrat
and will make ta aiai ance Ibla week.
Tba (Jiirdun lemortl, A. K l"lrk,
llliir, will laa.ie a dally rdMlnri during
Hi Indian nuiirin al Ourdon, lai In
f ('. Maraball haa ptiti baaed Ilia tr
I rank II, Taylor, lelliin .i.linair
al Tahle lin.'k, baa buiiahl Ilia Table
tin. k Anna fioni Mi Anna II Heir
l'i.ili.fi la la I given al cine. Mr,
Tat lor niie. Hi. 4rit frtim H' l.i l:d.'.
bating purvhaaad It from Ih let Pvad
t It tiathiaiii,, yici'iiaiof ef lb
At!,nt Slr JwnMial, ha Srisnged for
Hi bi.lldin nf kiiiti foy Ms paper
Tha rit i.flu eill bs l i'H f-t ami e ill
ha kiesaed I rt. sol - '
THE UJ. 8)1011 1
b TSneia Ile.
Inl h. bad ant ihi.Hrlr,
ti,,l r it.sl
11 1 I'e ,( ih.i,n,.l.r
1 1 I He t t ' ii -
Mtadt ibat baa a rlt.i.
lul at l It h.tirkl t.,t
-. I Ihe nil. eait.i
1 til I .atit. e at
wt I. h iH.kl 4 a el ;r
H l 1'i'iy y '..
w 'ii Id 1. 1 i .. a a e if
he k b lest
. 4tH 1 1. i ft..tii,a atotse
aait.a iih Vtt riisa
a . ..I i.i. ut .i
t I tHt lilt lit till, ( 'S
I I -lit II' 'tt I. tl -l;diig
I I I I t
.Hi,, ti t .41,, a .1,, t.
I'H ll'lM l I I.
I l't-.t e t.te
Ii,. t i.,,Mt t..,tr (,.
l t la.,1 , ll.tltk ll, It If
I i. yi .i !.,.
Pittsburgh Idspatch: Wbil tb Vi
Pont may be sble to gat nitrogen from
elr It le beginning to be doubted whether
they can turn out a presidency that way,
Chicago Herald; Roovlt and Root
dined toglhr the other dey and It may
not be long before we have the formr
saying that, after all, he did have In Mr.
Root a "great ec-rtary of state."
floaton Tranecrlpt; What th Chicago
convention will have to look for is a mll
(iry man to be tbe running mate to
Hughe, if there's one combination thet
appeal to old-faabloned Americans It s a
judge end a major.
Paltimore American; Mr, 7rt is
content with being a one-year senator,
mu'b to tbe surprise' of Hooslerdom, fie
will not fc i ha tienpl tn a popular elec
tion. The new system of choosing United
hides senator msy b vindicating Itswlf
In such sri eplsod.
Brooklyn Kegbt; fleprnlllv Malley
of Pennsylvania, a good lirysn man, Is
pushing a i 'mailt ui Ion I Amendment to
make rh presidential term six year with
absobue ineligibility for r-election, Thet.
would save the face of tbe fellow who
fraoied the single lerm plank at lalil
more, snd do no barm to enybody. Tiere
fore, It will commonly be called "good
"Are you going to rusticate this sum-
"Oh. no, bofhlrig ao espenslva W'r
Juat. going down on tb fim,"-liittmor
Meude-Aie you going to patronise Ibe
Iiesirlcew -sy two dollsre end sit tn th
rtsrk? Kot I; I only go lo ibe show to
s whet th audience I wrlng -lif.
"fUdnt Mllh I'lnkly stand by you
When d ml-up took place?"
"Y '-;' replied Mr, VVhlf fletre Irewaon,
"He were aisndin' by ma; Je' cloaa
eaoush to take good aim whan he hit me
behind de ear,"-Wiiiiigton Bier,
plllaeed tha placa while th bis dog alept.
Tlia auburbanlte hied him to the dog fan
cier and told, blm about It.
"Veil, vol you iiad now, aald the
German, "la a leerll dog to vak up rter
i.,. 1,,,,.M -I'm n atrlfil .
Ol HO. I.WFIXH . w..n., .
"I Min t vou think Kusslsn literature I
wonderful? Ho omber, so Impressively
"f, that's rtghr. On gate about
tb same feeling In reading th humoroua
column In any rllglous weekly." Uf,
"Do you Inland lo take eny etep l
contrsdlct the people who mlreprtnt
"No," replied nnror flwglutm. "WTvan
you coniradb-t something you run Ihe
nek of hrlnalng the matter lo the ei
tenrlon of a whole lot of people who
never- would have heard about It If you
had kept l III," Washington (War.
"f didn't know Wggln wae a literary
"lint June srxik of him yesterday ae
one of our gianderd author."
"Mo be l. b make bnner and
flgs." ChPmgo Post.
A BACHELOE'8 DEEAM.
Kew Tnrk Ttrna.
There Aunt ttuth HII deploring
That. I'm e lonely man;
I'm ur she'd like to marry m
To her good friend Husseins;
M man led slslor Malwtl
Keep saying, early, lata.
There should b one lo isr for me
And eo sh's picked on Kate,
Arid then there's Cousin lll,
Who dwell In Hometown gilllj
Ka- li time 1 visit her I get
ill her Mend Maud my fill.
They're all of ll.ein so eager,
Wth ui-b good grace I bey work.
With lnal heart and oilnd I'm quite
Ashamed I'm not a Turk
like to be obllylng
In every tittle Ibingi
go were I Turk wesHh of Joy
My female kin I'd bring,
I'd marry all tblr choice,
I'd make a baiern gay,
And lock tb door and lose Ih key
Arid blithely run sway.
fo paid on Timt Ctrtiicaltt
All deposits In the
State Hank Omaha
lethOa. jLM Harecy J Street
are protected by the Depositor Ouer
antee fond of tbe Bute of Nebraska,
r Cmmmaruml Account Intlltd
f aafety Oepoalt Base, Sl-rtO year and p
mof. paid on Saving Account
"T lb piey more Intaresilng now tbsl
It ha been revised?"
"No, They too out all the objection
able pert "Judge.
Poe Ih protection of hi cottage, a ub
nrbarilre bought big; watch dog of a
Oefinsn dog catcher. About a wee Isier
Ihe house wa entered by burglar who
GET A BRUSH FREE
With a Can ef
Paint, Varnish or Stain
Hamilton Paint & Glass Co.
1M7 Xowari fttrtet.
' JTbott OODfla gSHft,
ltrlrrator ef VHdgenort Standard
alit a ad Woo4 rialsuiag rr on ante.
cxKAsr trr, raurr vw.
Open Saturday eventa sattl t o'clock,
BIG SALE OF
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
Kegul&r Value $6.00 and $7.00.
A dealer wa over-itocked and needed caah We
had it That 'f why such wonderful value to you
Never again such a chance to Omaha people.
10 YEARS GUARANTEE
given hy the manufacturers and ourselves- you can
see they must be real values. All the latest styles.
dr. j. t. McCarthy
J in lot,
1111 W, 0. W. Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4125.
Why those Pains?
Hera Is testimonial unsolicited
riif , vi iiv.!
"If I had my will It would
be advertised oa every street
corner. The mm or woman
that has rheumellsei end fail
to keep end use Sloan's Lini
ment Is like a drowning man
relunnS a rope." A. J, fee
, LtifuttJ, N, J,
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really sueeeessful.
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