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THK JU:K: OMAHA, MO.VDXV. APRIL 17, 1916.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
FOUNDED BY EDWARD ROftEWATER.
VICTOR' ROflKWATKR, EDITOR.
The Bos Publishing Company, PropHetor.
HKH mil.I'lNO, FA UNA M AMI KKVKNTKENTH,
Kntered t Omaha poalofflca e second-claa matter,
TKIIM8 Or eUUHCRlfTKiN,
Hy carrier Hy mall
par month par yer.
l"tty and Wuniliir o
iHUly without Kumlay 4 w
Evening and Hunday...... tc (.10
Kirnllil without hwn'lxy 2.. . 1.0
Evening wllhout Hundar..,., ,,.2 4.00
r-undey ftee enly..... iwc, 2
I 'ally and Hunday It, three year In advance, , .tlO.OO
H-;ii notice nf change Of ddr or lrrgulrlty In
llclivrry tn Omha II". Clrctil a Hon Department,
Ttemlt by draft, prfes of poetai erder. Only two.
cent atampe rerrjvrd In payment of email account,
ferron! rh k, cpt on Omaha and eaatera
change, not accepted,
Omaha-Th Re Hulldlng.
fouth fmhai!3) N aire.
Council muffe-M North Main treat
Mncnlna Utile Hulldlng.
Chtcaro l I'anpl Una Wnlldlna.
New fork--Konm 1 1', Jwifaflh venue,
Mt l)iil-U New Hank of (lomitur't,
Waahlngtnn-726 Pnurtsenlh lret, N. W.
Add res communlction rotating to nawa an4 edi
torial mttar to Omaha Be. Kdltorl! lieparlmentj
56,628 Daily-Sunday 50,628
Hwlght Williams, elreulstlon msnger of The He
Publishing company being duly sworn, eaye that tha
avcruaa circulation for thn month of Mann, Idle,
W,'S dally and UiH' Monday.
JWi,l(T WILLIAM, Mrr.ulatbm Manager.
Auhseribed In my presence and aworn to bfor ma
thla id day of April,
KOBKUT HUNTER, Notary Public.
MubKribers leaving lb eltf tetnpwrajUf
abould bay Tb ls mailed to them. A0
drew will tat changed m often aa r,ueUU.
Writ It in "Chat-loa y jfugheg."
And don't forget tha crua in tbo arjuare,
DJitRUKtfd democrat In tempted to exclaim:
"A plague on both their bouae!"
Don't ahoot blank cartridge! Vote, for
Hurry 0, Counaman for dlatrlct dark. He baa
pledged hlmaelf, voluntarily, to turn In all tha
feeg fa excegg of th legal salary,
T way candidate for plawa on th N
braaka dalrgatlon to Chicago ar coming out In
tha opi-n for (,'barlea K, (ugba for prtldnt
tbowa tha atrfogtb of the popular tide,
Douglaa county never gave third term to
any clerk of the dlatrlct court, Why, then,
ahould we give to Fe-Orabler "Bob" what baa
been denied to honeat and more deaervlng of-flclula.
The report pumlata In many quarter that
a reduction In the price of golf balla i coming.
Thla will be cheering newa. If true, a welcome
algn of high living volplaning to panturea
Our new municipal court la to be the temple
of poor man' J nut Ice, Koine good men are
running for tbeae judgeship, and aome not ao
good, wbleh call for c'onndrntloua dlacrlmlna
lion at the polla.
Why ahould a newKpaper that pretend to
t t ampion reform aide with a grafter who plava
the "dirty trlrk" on the taxpayer of trying to
bold out $?Q,000 of fee In addition to hi nine
f,am' aalary at 14,000 a year,
A new achedule of hour for Nebraaka eee
tlone will be In force for tomorrow' primary
for the flrat time. The polla open at 8 o'clock
in the morning and clone at 8 o'clock In the
evening in all voting dlHtrlcta, city and country
Another aectlon of the water dlMrlct law
n-adt to the effect that the general manager
ahall have a aalary of not to exceed $3,000 a
jear and be irremovable enoepl for cauae, but
that In exchange tor thla he ahall "exciuMvely
tJevote his time to tha dutle of hi office."
The other day French authorltlea figured
Oermany'a Verdun loane at 200,000 men. Ger
many cornea back with a report placing French
loaaea at 1 50,000. Tbe probability of rival atate
nionta being allghtty blaed doe not alter the
pre-eminence of war aa a cemetery promoter.
The monotony of the killing else here I
cheerily varied occasionally by cabled aaaur
nee that the Austrian and Italian are dlll
finlly ahootlng up the Alp. The enterprise
rt both ilda Insure a Urge aupply of loose
building material for the coming atone age,
If Charlea F. McOrew I elected republican
rational committeeman, he may be depended on
to aupport the ticket and do bla beat for parly
i cceaa, If be did not Intend to do that be would
tiot be tecklng the place, and It anything bap
junril to prevent him from devoting the necoa
ai ry time or giving loyal aupport to the party'
atandard bearer, hi venae of honor would
I-rompt htm to resign from the rommlttKe,
Thirty Years Ago
This Day iu Omafia
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At to the State Delegation.
The erforta of the combine of present and
former bull mooer to dictate to the delegation
t represent Nebraska republican at Chicago
along factional line ought not to be counte
nanced or encouraged. There are good men
running for delegate who were on opposite
Idea of the party achlnm of four year ago and,
In tha nature of thing, without the Interference
cf the elate maker, both aide would be repre
aented among those commissioned to go to the
convention. ,Tbe little coterie, however, who
tried lat time to keep republlcana from even
having a chance to vote their ticket, In Ne
braaka, are not content to let the votera make
their aelectlon on the peraonal claim of the
men eoeklng theae honor, their evident pur
poe being to exclude regular republican who
remained In the fold and then, If auceeaaful, to
fry out a great victory for the bull mooe Idea.
We aay thla i unfortunate from the standpoint
of aolldlfylng reunited element.
Retreat from the Philippine!.
Tbe bill to abandon the I'hlllpplne, fath
ered by the aenlor senator from Nebraska, ha
l,en welcomed In the house a splendid speci
men of democratic constructive titatesmanxhlp,
nnd is promised Hear trark to It passage. It
, rovlde for American withdrawal from the Is
land at the end of four year, to grant the
Filipino "Independence." One of the demo
cratic leader In the bouse apologized for the
Measure aa being a part "f our great nation
defene achme, The Philippine, be declared,
conatitute our greatest menace a well a our
most expensive military obligation. In thl be
dic,loed one of the most Imperative reason for
not abandoning the Island and their people at
Brought to u an unforeseen contingency
of wr In behalf of freedom, the Philippine
have become moral charge against the United
gtatee. We assumed a responsibility to the
aubmerged people there which cannot honor
ably be given over because of It monetary cost.
Back of our occupation of the Island I tbe
faith of the people of the United State, pledged
to cure to the Philippine their Independence
erd aelf governiiient. We might have hesitated,
bed we known the extent of the undertaking
we were setting about, but having gone so far
$ w have we ahould not hesitate to pursue the
tnak to it end. That we are yet obliged to
maintain a large military establishment In tbe
It.land I the most convincing evidence that the
Filipino are not yet fitted for aelf-government.
Their education ha made wonderful progress,
but wa have not yet ao fully established among
them the principle of elf control that they
ctn be trusted to walk alone.
Constantly in view I the assured fact that
Japan or another of the great nation will take
over the Island Immediately upon the with
drawal of American protection, What then be
come of Filipino Independence? Will we be
obligated to stand between the Islander and
tbe greedy world? If o, how do we reduce our
defense problem by withdrawing our aoldlcr?
We did not go Into the Philippine for any pur
pose of profit, but to discharge what baa been
recognlred a an imperative duty. We have not
(ought to Impose any hardship on tbe Filipino,
tut to give them training In the waya of clvll.a
tlon. To drop thla work unfinished will not
bring credit to tbe greatest republic the world
eter knew, no matter what the democratic
politician may aay.
Omaha'i New Voting Strength.
Figure furnished by Flection Commissioner
Moorhead aa to the number of votera at present
registered In Greater Omaha are Impressive, Po
litical calculator, who have been accustomed to
taae their deduction on a total vote ranging
around 27,000 to 30,000, are now required to
deal with 40,000. The total gross registration
wa 47,600, but 7,600 name were removed be
cauae of challenge, leaving the net list at the
highest figure on record for the city. Thl I
accountable for only on the basl that Omaha'
growth la aa ateady and a large aa had been
claimed, for the total vote far exceed the com
bined figure for Omaha, South Omaha and
Dundee prior to the consolidation. The Increase
a distributed fairly evenly through the eve-al
ward, the Eighth showing the greatest gain,
about 3, COO, and the Sixth the lowest, with
ouly a few over 700. Other ward show a
growth In voting atrength around 1,000 to
1,200. Tbe republlcana, a usual, are In a clear
t. ajorlty of 6,000 over all the other.
Building the New University,
The Hoard of Regenta of the University or
Nfbraska haa been given a little relief from un
certainty a tu It power through an opinion
from the attorney general of the state, allowing
that the board has a little leeway in the build
ing operation It I carrying tin. The inter of
the stata determined the loisilon of the cam
pi , and the cgltatur for the purpose of cat
r.vlag out the wish epreed by tha referendum
vt te, made an appropriation nt tn Indefinite
mount of money, to be raised by a tted lax
b vy. H ha been found uipoilie to meet the
physical re nuiieuient of an expiring levy, r
one that I limited. The work of clearing the
ground purchased for campus riicuion, ami of
ejecting lite projected nee building, has takrn
mere tin, than was anttt Ipatt-d, ami und r
culinary rundUlotia would puna a source nf
rmhrrMitent, If it did nut a dully tha art th
nti)i'it The attorney ivneial hold (hat IM
rtcmcht ttttiot be gttrn due weight, and that tbe
ai'l'li'prUlloit will Mot Ul'co tttprely PnS'iaa th
work t nut rmpleii within a certain fuid
time, lie point cut that the Indnf imia
amount tf money t be raised through the lax
It t y uncertainty aa la the l amount of
li,ooy lit h paid In toatira It ?!. U tha)
the board ahoul l rvercua aom tlu rrilotuty
! r, l let conUail aiioiding lu iu J i.U
tt.etit lr the ,( ant of the U'e 1 hi will
ft the hand of lha nl an. penult tha
t.lfilt. ot of lh goal wntll ot trhuihlia t
.)Uit ylast of th MMr-rt inr c noli
tli.aa h ought In prm i good frvilw
The Call for Hughes
It Hill Show Their laitelltceaee.
Fiemont Tribune: If the republican ef Nebraska
succeed In giving a majority or even a plurality of
their vote to Charlea K. Ilughee for president, it wilt
ha tha beat ron'Tt. argnmant yet submitted In aup
port of the primary ayatam of expreaslng praferance
and of making nomination. Tha Fremont Tribune ha
not taken tip tha task of explaining the situation ao
far aa Mr. Hugh ia related to it for tn purpoa
of urging hla nomination upon the party ao mueh
aa seeing to It that the people are provided a way
to th thing they undoubtedly want to fin. If they
aetnally writ th name of Hughe In their baJiota It
will ba a splendid empllfietlon of their Intelligence
and of their decided purpose.
Impetna from I'netpeeted ttaarter.
Kearney Hub; Tha Hughe boom h been given a
great Impel u by tha democratic effort to sldofrack
It. Thanks, awfully!
In I'nltr There la treaj,
f ranklin New: Write In the nam of "t.'harlee F
Hughe" for president on th republican ticket at th
primary elertlon net Tuesday and put a erosa In the
uur before It. Mr, Hughe will untie th republican
party and win th election nxt fall.
Mow to nt tor llaahea.
Nebraaka City T're: Nebraaka repiiblli-n who
prefer 'hre K, Hughe to any other candidate, who
hsa been mentioned, should have no troubla marking
a ems opposite hla name after It ia written, ftr better
allll printed on the blank linn of the ballet. The
Hughe sentiment sem to b growing In this tte
end the only way for th voter of Otoe county, for
Inatanee, who favor Mr, Htghes, to writ hi nma
on tha ballot and don't forget to mark a eros In th
liltlo s'luar at the left of hi name, after It t written,
lloahea llir rpalar Cboter,
Kelrtmry Newa; Thl la th last. Issue of the Ne
before tbe prlmarte. and wa want to have one Inst
good, old fsabloned chat with you republlean before
you vol: If you want Chief JuatP Hughe to b
drrted for the presidency thla fall, and I belelv yo l
do, you must write hi natna In full on your ballot
and then mark an "X" In th fuar at the left of tha
name. Ileniemher hi name will not be prlntad there,
and If you want to vot for him you will have to
writ It on your ballot. In order that you may all
fully understand lust how this must b don to atand
thn leaat test, wa sr giving herewith a picture of a
ballot, being marked In tlie proper mnnr. Mtidy it;
It may aid you In casting your primary ballot.
I an pie aa It fan He,
Norfolk New: If you want Hughea tn tha Whlf
limine ther la one slmpla way you can help put him
there, Write charlea K, Hughe on tha blank tin on
the presidential preference ballot and put a cross In
front at tt. Don't forget the Initial or tha croM.
tan Command tbe I.arajeal gapport,
Nellgli leader; Tha Leader favor tbe nomlntlon
of Chaile K. Hughe for president for what ppeIa
to It editor aa the bet of reason. In seloctlng
candidate for any offh common aenaa dictati that
tha man who can command tha Iwigeat support from
voters and who at the same time poaaraae th ij unt
il lea in a high degree which ar dealred tn an official,
I thn man to nominate, Thl la not advocating tho
nomination of an unfit man simply bcu he can be
elected, (letter go down to defeat than that. Mr
Hughe can unite tlifl various element In th party
better than any ether man, simply because b baa
tho confidence of all In hi ability and integrity. Ad
vocacy of Hughe 1 not disparaging th candidacy of
oilier aaplranla, for there are several who posses th
qualification of Mr, Hughe In every respect except
that il availability,
Twice Told Tales
A Popular Jail.
Oeorge Fitch, the Illlnol humorist, had hi own
Ideas bout prlon leform a hemes, Ha expressed hi
ii 1 1 Mud" one day while discussing Thorn Mott
Osborne' humanitarian effort.
"Osborne ldc may work out all right," said
Fit oh, "hut whenever I hear of a warden holding sur
prise parties and rainbow tea In hi penitentiary I
think of what happened when Tim Culllnan W chief
of pollen n Junction City, Kan.
"Tim, In fact, wa the whol pollc fore. He hid
eleven prlaoner on hi hand, and wa anxbm to get
rid of them, for tliey were a heavy responsibility, Tim
having to keep wgtrh over th tctlon of all Junction
" 'When you feed th crlttar,' h sld to the Jailer
en day, 'Just accidentally leave th doer open and
get out of sight for awhile,'
"Hut time were bard and picking up a living out
side wasn't so easy. Tim hadn't figured on that, but
be did when he came bck that evening and found the
eleven prisoners still ther and seven mora Who bad
slipped In while the jailer wssn t looking. Living ws
better snd cheaper Inshle th Jail than outld."-Nw
Then lit Flew the tat.
fo a newatsnd came a near-patron who seemed
fit have hut hasty Ideas of Just what he wsntd, He
looked at stationery and he looked at penelle and he
looked at playing cards. He asked the prlna ef this
magatlna and that and looked over postcards nd the
books. Th young woman who w tn cnrg of th
counter became somewhat wearied answering ques
tions without malting a sale. At last the proaprcitt
t ualomer aalied; "llav you ny flypepar?"
"Yea, sir," use the prompt reply. "Wa have llu
Aeroplane Journal and th Aviator' Uett,"- N w
Isn't si I. af Always Urea I
"How Is Uolicit aetting on St ioleg?" aaked th
minister, who was being anteitatned at dinner.
"Hientlhlly," ssid the pioiul father, wha then went
on tn tell of hi son's various social, sihlelle and
sclmlaaUo succeaais, and the minister salu It a a
fine I Mo to lie rntli-ite brri. That evening littlt
Jamra, who had been an lulerfstad listener, aM
"l'IM, what did Mr, Lrown mean by collega hied"
"i ll, thai," aniil papa, who had been looking eter loa
a. hi a bllla, "is a four ears' loaf 'V New York Time
A somewhat rnmeltad rlsrgynian. wha wa mora
clvloated fur the langth of hi eermon than for thslr
rlnooeni . citca aakrd the Isle Father Jlely what h
tliimsht cf the one Joat preiohed
"Well, air." laplled th humnriat, UK eaa p
Uli. r.llllgly Will "
Indeed Father llealv, and pard.in ma tor aaxing
wliuli i !' ion r(ei to'
"Well, my il'r sir, ' replied tha wit, In a..
I ifrr in wa that frem th p ilplt tu th vtiiiry rm "
People and Events
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.n Ulalemral of Vital erded,
PUATTHMOITH, Neb., April I.1.-T0
th Editor of The Bee: The -ole know
enough of Justlca llutihe to be perfectly
atlafled with lil nomination and elec
tion without a statement of any kind
from him or even his resignation from
the auprem bench until after hi elec
tion. They know hi basic qunlme and
they realize that thcaa qualities measure
up tn tha country's need at. the preaent
time. They know that ho I dependable.
In a crisis, that he possesses a high de.
gre of sincerity and disinterestedness
not often found In public men, and they
rerognln that overmastering ambition la
a foreign to Ms temperament a It is
th nhlef characteristic of t.iat perpetual
candidate who, friend and chief work
er ar doing everything in their power
to check the spontaneous movement tor
ustic Hughe, A, W, ATWOOH,
Familiar with land Value.
MNCOI.N, Neb,, April It, -To tha
Editor of Th ftea: ll, J Cook, who la
aaklng the republican nomination for
commissioner of public lands snd build
Ings, has been a taxpayer In Nebraska
for thirty yers, and ha given a lot of
hi time and energy to public iifrslrs of
tha slat when it needed boonler. Mr.
Cook ha worked side ly aid with such
Nebrkn ,on. g (', llasett nd
tha lite Governor Kurnss In promoting
better agricultural rendition In the elate.
He would mka first claa business
commissioner, If rlrcted, on account of
hla knowledge of land valuation In Ne
C. If. 11, Old Tim llepubllcan,
OMAHA, April I.V-T0 the F.dllor of
The P.ea; 1 wa handed today by a
chronic; court house, tsx-eatcr a repub
lican political "slate" with an eicrllent
likeness of Abraham Umoln at the mast
head nd under It "A clean, patriotic
tlckot." The fifth down the Una read
"for clerk of district court," end under
It the name of our notorlou fee-grabber,
Juet why th picture of our Immortal
emancipator bould appear on a political
ticket, to bolster up th fast-fading fania
of Nebraska's shadiest politician Is not
stated on th "slate," Will the foe
grabber pleas tell us Juat why be tbu
Inaults American manhood by hanging
onto th klrl of Abraham Lincoln?
IlKI'L iil,t A,V,
Wonld Honor Admiral Heater.
rKt.TA, Colo., April W,To the F.dltor
ef The flee: On May 1 will occur the
eighteenth anniversary of the battle of
Manila Hay, Admiral Hewey ba been
treated very ahabblly by the American
people, He b not only been Ignored,
but moat everely criticised by those who
for a brief time bent low In hero wor
hlp.' After bl death counties eulogies will
be written nd monument erected In til
honor. A llttl appreciation now will
mean more to Admiral Hewey than all
tha post-mortatn adulation that will fol
low bla demise.
It would be a graceful thing for this
nation to mark the coming anniversary
by a fitting celebration In honor of Ad
miral Hewey. Tit school of the coun
try could hold brief exercises of a patri
It would be n object lasaon of value
to th youth of our land to know that
their country appreciate unselfish aerv
Ice, woether given In time of pc"e or
ft I said that republic ar elwiy
ungrateful. Phall w,. allow our country
to ret under thl Imputation?
AIM 1 1 MtlCK.
The F.rhn lleaehra In Idaho,
r.OlSB, Idaho, April l,'.-To the Kdltor
of The Iter; I am greatly Interested In
the movement to write the name of
Charlea Kvan HuKlies on the primary
i allot for republican nomina'lpn for pre -dent.
You will doubtless recall fiat I
r.rgrd through Tin flee and other slate
paper In K the nomination of Hughes,
but the big stl'k said, "You II take Tift
or you'll have to take me," so the alexin
roller got In Its deadly work. Tills year
the rumbling from Oyster Hay sound
like "You'll have to take me," Well, Ne
braakan can send bar k a message, that
they don't have toand give the Hughes
movement an Impetus, thn t nothing can
slop. K. E. tlll.I.KKI'Ii;.
Tips on Home Topics
1 levelund Tlsln Dealer: "Pryn will
mak trouble at the 1 1. LmiI convention,"
says an exchange. Well? What doe
Hryan usually do at conventions?
Hetrolt Free press: Theodora ftoose.
telt and F.llhu Hoot met at lun-heon the
other day for the first time in fhe year.
Orio can't help wondering who apoka
Washington Tost: Nevertheless, ther
are some srdoiit Admirers In Nebraska,
who consider that a combination of
Hryan end prohibition spoil two good
Boston Transcript: The other dsy a
man railed Bryan a liar and Bryan wa
right back at. him, Just Ilka that, with
on of the wittiest retorts, and yet om
Pof rlalrn he doesn't believe in pre
Brooklyn Kngle; Hryan propltesle vic
tory for Wilson. He my bo right, h
was In lfi'; but bis past !-hlvements in
soothsaying at anything hut encouraging
to those who have followed hi whola
Houston I'oat ; We don't know who Ne
braska will send to th Kt. I.oul con
vention, but w do know the Ht. Lnn't
platform is going to be written by thn
friends of Mr, Wilson, snd mi-hlcfmaker
arc going to be inndo to behave.
I h'liida h a Ledger: The democ, at are
scandalized at the wry thought of the
republican shattering their third-term
and supreme court precedent whilst en
deavoring themselve to fracture another
well known precedent tn th effect that
the democratic party can't elect a presl
ib ul two term running.
"Well," said the advertising poster man
to his sssisisnl, "we've siruck a cast of
"Mow that?'' skd th other,
"Here's a wall to our progress, arid we
will soon be up against it." Baltimore
I motor 'to patient 1 You've had a pretty
i'Iosh call. Us onlv your airong consti
tution thst nulled you through.
I'atient Well doctor, remember that
when you rrik out your bill. Topeka
Mother measuring a doe of tonic
for her little son, who looked jp end
an id :
"What am I taking this for?"
"An appetite," she replied,
"An spiietlle," he scornfully reped.
"t can't begin fo hold now one-half I
want to eat." New York Times,
'I imderfnd vour husband ha
eq'jipprd his factory with a pulmotor,
"Well, I suppose he had te; they handle
So much heavy freljfht, don't you know,"
Hi-Ho you re engsged to Miss Bagg.
I'm sure I can't see anything attractive
about that woman.
HNetber can I see It; but It's In til
bank, all right, Boston Transcript,
I'atlence-. Ha she a thinking part in
the new play?
'airlceOh. mv, no; she doesn't hve
to think at all, ehe ha a (peaking part.
"What your Idea of party eder?"
"A party leader," replied Menator Horg-
hum. "la a man who find out what th
poonle want "
"And then give It to them?
".No; promise It." Wahtngton Star.
"Ah see yo' la houseclcnln'," ald Mr.
"Ves," replied Mr. Marsh Oreen, dey
Is nothln' lak' movln' things 'round one
in a while. Why, I dee come ercrosa a
pair oh slippers tinder de twd dat an
hadn't aeen foh five years."Halla News.
Coster Ho psrlsh visitor, who h been
fatheri i'e. mum, 'a were a plendld
father to u and no mistake, Yer aea,
1 ommlaeratlng wllh blm on th loaa of
hi mum, there was eleven of us, and I
nver knowed 'Irn ralaa 'la 'and to on
of ua-'cept as It might b In lf-defcnse.
A buslnessllk men (tepped into a
"A piece of beef for rotlng," he or
The met, mostly bone, wa thrown on
"Look here," remontrld th mn,
"you're giving me a big niece of bone."
"Oh. no, I ain't' ald the butcher,
blandly, "yer payln' fer it."-Nw York
"fieema to me these recipe hooka ar
totally out of date,"
"Hew now, wlfey?"
"I'm looking for aometlilng on hew to
make a political iamjaln."-Kana City
F.lla Fanning, in New York Time.
Ha)' coming from, far, nd h' comlngl
Th click of hi coin In all quarter you
hear, , , .
A th bluebird in spring, o hi advent
The Mini with the Traveling Bag.
HI raiment Is glad and hi mll navr
fades, . .
A amy, glibly, with knowledg, h
Through stock, and discounting, nd
flKur he wades
The Mint with the Traveling Fg.
H know what he want and Insist
on It., too.
Thl battler for Oood Time, courgeou
Who' urvlved Old Advrlty'a era o
Th MUn with th Trvellng Bg.
He' poied to tell you why business ts
How fortune sr msdn in a day or a
Why money no longer I cree, hy, rel
Th Mun with the Traveling Bag.
He knows thl great land, with It grsln
smi dl ores,
Th mills Ih its vlley, th hlp at It
jit lumber, It cattle, It wrtlth, and
Th Mun with th Travling Bg,
Ha come to the city ti buy or to sell,
end get in a bit of diversion a well.
There ar flock of him now, of Big
Buslnea to tell
The Mun with the Traveling Bag.
Iq paid on Timu Ctrtilicatt
All dapoaft In th
State Rank Amaita
ifrthOs JLM Harney J gtret
are protected by the Depositor' Ouar
ante Fund of th Stat of Nebraaka,
Cammtrctal Attmnti lnit4
3gafetr Oepoalt Rosas, 11,00 year and p
Oj paid an Savings Accounts
Pltlhurg Dispatch: Whatever 1 Isa
Washington nis ) think of It, there mn
ha no complaint that t lie public Is not
Suspending Judgment almut tlie latest
sinking o( ships.
Wsshlngton Post; Advocates of inn
verlibltal preparedness sre reminded
Hist damson stands nloiu among the Il
lustrious who have over ome thrlr t in.'
nilea wllh the Jaw hone nf ait nsa.
("bhgn Herald: Cuiimuit liatlua gra
rlnusly given thla country pei nil-ann .i
taa tha Mexlian nillrnaila to tend war
Supplies, th neat atcp Is iluublleat to fU
the railroads in t tu-y ran b u. il
lndinasila News: Another wa to
base gut rich wa to have bought term.
ntngneso brfnre tha war fur M ton
nd sold II now for H ton H it that
way also moat of na ill. In t think of
aprlligftehl Ittipuiilli an The lalett l
pill ahow that the niuihalmsi d atli
tioil 1 1 r 1 1 nf the I'liiird Hiatis aunt la
)lug r a die nt wiok lit Miklo t n.r ft -eta
were auiipiiamt to b hiii i-lt the
man, ni t lla.ui was tu tilunir
Cletaland I'lttn lnlrr It tie u i
that 011 nf tha lailwav i-irin u to on
raid Ih Wiitita iliuiun cat J'ct an eieiii
a Hi 1 an thin up iini'tiuog inm '
dignified and iimie iiai, aa i ni
t a 'last tall tr th ipiiic ur will h
tIHnoi Anietti an T' a aitaii"ii
evat tha p'lia at gumlinii timu I iliuei .
lata a f si iiMtian a,u,t !' Tn l , i
with, tneia ts ta ai t t i-i i.nM a -t
ef Mtiiil ! it 1 I , ai !..! .11 that
aitiiiimis t.i iii tin H ii ii,i,,
tV wtat h r bi f t'-ia In f-t lit tin
, nuiiin 1
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