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THE BEE": OMAHA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916..
1 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE
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VICTOR ROSEWATER, EDITOR-
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Subecribara laayisf tampornrily
' should hay Tha Baa mail! to thorn. M
alms will h chanted at of tea as roqulrad.'
. ' Senator Aahurst lends the tlever native touch
to' the role of the Arizona kicker. ,
- Nebraska challenge! the world for autumn
weather without (ear of competition. -'
The open aeaionlor atraw votes approach
ing. , Then,' truly, the melancholy days are at
hand.' V." ' " :- ' 0 ;
' Seven cities drew distinction from a Homer
dead. Omaha rests its laurels on three homers
bagged in a day. ,
1 l When a atrange viiitor saya, "Handa up," and
reinforces the invitation with a gun, the irresisti
ble impulse ( is to obey. 1 '. ' , "
t . The Bee brought back the crippled child'!
lost dog. That'a the kind of helpful service this
newspaper likea to render. v .t :. ';; .
Safety fira( suggests the need of extra guards
around the county building. Imagine the (urail
iation if a judge ahould be held up.,
' Council Bluffa is going at that free Missouri
i river bridge project in real earnest, putting It up
to us in Omaha to look after our end. . , '
Only eighteen out of 300 peddlera -in . Omaha
put up for a permit. Why kick about it? Is not
this an era ,of democratic free trader
v Jr ,..'.:.-
Tha hammer knocks of the irhorovemtnt 'clubs
indicate a' decided preference for speed ovel1
. standing still Inertia is the germ of stagnation,
i ,. Sugar ia on the toboggan and gasojine leana
m mat direction, a earn worx on tne rignr rpaa
limns the joy ride with sweetness and power.
If tha democrats in congress missed any bill
' tarrying an appropriation, the omission must, be
charged up to the pressure of home engagements,
t It ia one darn trouble after another. Now he
I. W. W. threaten to tie up the country in a hard
strike knot. The example of the big fo'ur is , iii-
fectioua. . , ,
v A million dollars for tha suffrage campaign of
m7h with all that money supplementing the
1 1 plaintive charms of the Campaigners, can hardened
l1. man say them nayf ' '
More reckless driving on the streets, with re-
suiting .injuries and the cowardly getaway. Such
ruffianly conduct emphasiies the need of modify-,
ing the gun-toting law as s measure of defense. ; -
: v. f T a C r j ..'.''.
' Judging" from the heavy campaign ' itinerary
mapped out for him, jur democranjc senator ia
not willing to Hand upon bia record and let it go
at that, Hi knows too welt the flimsy character
of the record,' ;..'! .' l , ' ,;.
Canada reports a total of 361,693 men sent' to
the front or in training for tha fray in Europe.
The "Lady of the Snowa ia doing her bit nobly
and courageously bearing her ahare of the sor
' rowa and stress of war. '. !
. Pvo 'ple and Events , ; .
New York ia grieved and sore all over its art
cuticle. Fifty-three packing casea ; containing
1,571 .art objects, constituting a part of the Mor-
gn collection in the Metropolitan museum, are
being moved to Hartford, Conn., and will be in
stalled m the Morgan museum in that city. The
collection includee the famoua Morgan porcelaina
and is valued at $4,000,000. ; , .
Ideals of thrift re so rooted in the aysterp of
Connecticut people that they continue to bloom
even when the top atory geta off. A large num
ber of the atate'a insane patienta poaaess means
to pay for their keep, yet the atate haa been un
,able, hitherto, to collect a charge of $3.75 per
week. The injustice of this deadhead system has
provoked a movement to place a lien on the prop
erty of patients, i ; ' 1 j . ,
The man defendant In a divorce action at Sioux
, City challenged the fair, plaintiff to name one
instance where he failed to comport himself strict
ly in accord with the moral law. Only one.mind
you. The plaintiff cheerily complied and deco
rated COUrt recorda with ievn inatancoa mnrl
, laxity, giving name,, dates, placea, etc., together-
wiin a ucacripnon or an unnamed blonde, Witey a
generous atore of information carriea the hint
that ahe haa, not reached the last word.
the sudden swerve of an automobile on a
Philadelphia afreet caught a pedestrian and
whipped of one of hia legs aa cleanly aa a sur
geon could do 'it A crowd gathered, a woman
fainted. The injured man picked himaelf up and
whispered thanks aa' the aevered member was
; handed him, saying: 'The jolt knocked off my
cork leg.". To those who tendered "first aid''
the victim preaented his card, "A J. Limper, Har
rttburg. Pa. s
Owing to the press of other features, dis
patchea failed to picture the sartorial glory which
ftreathed President Wilson while reading his
. eight-hour message. On this critical occasion the
ministerial frock coat, white-vest and striped
trousers were discarded for a blue serge coat,
' white flannel trousers With cuffs, silk socks and
white eanvaa shoe,. Hia collar waa of the turn
down variety, and a soft, silky four-ip-hand lent
the- last word in color to hia bosom. Congres
sional fashion platers were backed to the lobbies.
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i Nine Months' Work of Congress-,
- The first aessjon of the Sixty-fourth congress,
ended after nine months of activity, ia notable for
several reasons, none of which will escape notice.
It Waa wholly dominated' throughout its life by
the democratic caucus, . and no measure of any
kind got through except by ukase of the political
czara of that party, who represent tjie reactionary
wing -entrenched in Bourboriism. While, a great
parade is made of accomplishments, the fact re
main! that most of the so-called remedial legisla
tion is either experimental or of doubtful utility.
The board to rehabilitate the American merchant
marine is confessedly an experiment; the boasted
farm land bank law ia,admittedly lame; revenue
legislation, enacted to meet an emergency created
by the democrats, is temporary and uncertain; and
so the reviewer may continue along the list.
V The revolt of the dominant party against the
president, when it threatened' to take the control
of our foreign relatione out of his hands, will rise
up to confront the spellbinder each time he boasts
of how Mr. Wilson's diplomacy kept ua out of
war. That S strong faction in congress waa will
ing o surrender American rights at sea, as the
president did on land, ia not the, least cause for
criticism. - Carefully laid clans for oublie defense
were, overturned, a capable secretary of war being
compelled to, resign because he could not endorse
the mutilation of his work at the handa of con-
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upiwiicnin 01 preparedness. Ana, nnauy,
the promises of retrenchment were redeemed by
the most atupendous appropriations ever made
the total running well up to two billions of dollars.
For the second time s bona issue to meet current
expenses was authorized. ' '
Closer scrutiny will disclose many more weak
spota in the record of the democratic congress
just now at recess because most of ita members
are seeking re-election. Appeal will be made to
the public for 'endorsement on'account of certain
acts passed because of their possible political pop
ularity, but the deliberate judgment will be made
Up on the work of .the body as S whole. This
verdict inevitably must be that it 'was not only
the most extravagant, but generally the most in
efficient session ever held.. ' i .
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, Commercialism Deadly, to Sport. ' '
One gathers from' the remarks of the- dis-
. trusted wrestling fans who attended the bout on
the fair grounds on Wednesday night that this
gam ia fast' going the way of other highly
commercialized sports. If it isn't already dead,
the people whp are trying to make money out
of it will soon have it out of ita misery. One.
trouble is that a perfectly square contest may -be
either too short or too long for exhibition'
purposes. When the promoter, er the con
testants try to dictate the length o the show
the people soon go away hdlding their noses.
.Lincoln Journal, ' ,' ','' . , - , '
. An outcry, tike this from virtuous Lincoln,
Which, as all, remember, has Heretofore 'lost no
chance to point the finger of scorn at Omaha
sporting events, is 'significant. After our famous
Fourth of July wrestling fiasco Tiere The Bee
spoke its mind on the subject of "spoiling the
sport game" without mincing words, and we. take
it what we then said wguld be peculiarly expres
sive of feelings engendered by the so-called
"wrestling! bout" at the State fair. Perhaps the
decadence Is due to numerous causes, but chief
among these causes is unquestionably the profes
sional promotion that makes the contest wholly
a matter . of gate receipts. If the admission
money all went to charity, except enough to buy
a medal for the Winner, it would be different.
-Thought Nugget for tha Day.
. Who to himself is law no law doth need,
Offends no law, and is a king indeed. ,
j , . ' George Chapman.
One Year Ago Today In the War.
German army under Von Mackehaen captured
Dubno. ..-', i
Paris announced" the German attempt in the
Argonne had been checked. s
.President Wilson demanded the recall of
Dr. Dumba, the Austro-Hungarian ambassador at
Washington, , , v i , , .
Germans failed to gain in atubbosn fighting
In Riga section and strongly fortified themselves
on Vilna front " i
IbJa Day In Omaha Thirty Years Ago. , '
Miss Belle Nicol of Peoria, 111., who , has been
visiting Mass Josie Bean for some weeks, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Captain E. B. Murphy !of Arapahoe is
visiting Mrs. Josephine tgan. ihe captain ana
Mrs. Murphy re among the pioneers of Furnas
cdunty. - ", ' ,
Assistant Postmaster Woodard has gone east
on a pleasure trio to Evanston, I1U v
-Mr. Lininger was presented by the women
of the exposition - building with an elegant
Recall of Pershing's Army. ,
The Mexican 'commissioners, now conferring
at New London with American representatives aa
to the" border relations between the two countires,
will respectfully ask that the United States at
once withdraw its forces from Mexican territory;
Thia quite I reasonable suggestion will doubtless
be Complied with, arid thus will end another of
the little ware in which we have engaged with
Mexico, while' "watchfully waiting" , for one or
another of the bands of banditti to assume definite
control. , Like the Vera Crui exnedition. the
Pershing invasion started with a great flourish of
trumpets. It had it definite object, , the pursuit
and' punishment 'of-Villa, but the pursuit was
stopped, by Carranza or Washington, and th'e
punishment is yet to be meted out So far as our
etforta are concerned, Vijla may die qf old age
and in thi "odor of sanctity." . ,. ?,
The blood of many murdered Americana staina
the aoil of, Mexico; the only real battle in which
Pershings troopi engaged was to defend them
selvea when attacked by Carrairza'a own soldiers.
Empty chairs in American homes mark the finish
of the Pershing expedition. Why should ha, and
his gallant men linger where their presence only
serves to emphasize-the failure that,ought to be
the) shame of Washington Huerta may have
been a'unspeakable," but no Americana were stain
in their homes or taken from trains when under
his 'protection and massacred, i . i '
Pleas for the right tf Mexicans to revolt ar
well enough .in. their way, but what about thrta.
"irreparjble wrongs" thepresident admits Amer
icans suffered? Are they always to be endured
thathe irresporisibles south of the border can
carry on their interminable round of revolution
and rapine? . .. , i - .-
v Million Dollars for the "Stiff" Fund.
Ouf vtomen folks are jhowirirr considerable
capacity aa practical politicians, and propose to
start their nation-wide campaign with well filled
war-bags. The fact that both, great parties are
pledged to suffrage, and that all, candidates stand
on, th platfortry doesn't encourage the ladiea to
overlook anything. They have acknowledged
that politics, even when chemically, pure and en
tirely deodorized, calls for Vie expenditure of
aome money, and the more comprehensive a prop
aganda, the more expensive it becomes. Thr."
fore, they will conduct their operations in search
of votes for women with all the circumstance
and paraphernalia of a regularly 6rdained cam
paign committee, and will leave nothing to chance
or sentiment. In Addition to the presence of
woman on the hustings, we are" promised a strong
lobby at Washington and among the atate capi
tal next winter. All of which shows that years'
of experience are hearing fruit, aitd that men'
man cannot teach his sisters much about how fo
make the wheela go around.
Britain will be heard from on the trade retail.
tion meaaure before many days. Slipping knot
on the lion's tail is but a momentary annoyance.
A trade embargo pierces the national pocketbook,
and is Sure to bring the humbled scream. '
Ak-Sar-Ben ia this year Duttin? on . ..'
bill Is part of the semi-centennial celebration bf
Nebraska's statehood which means that ,u, i0i i
Ak-Sar-Bn festivities will ecliose all hrevi,,,,; I
etTorta.v Paste this in your hat; '
bouquet of flowers in recognition ,of the many
courtesies which they have received at his hands,
Mrs. John- Shaw of Walnut Hill has returned
frbm a visit to relatives in Dea Moines and a
week s attendance at the Iowa state fair. I
Thomas Riley of Frank Dellone it Co. haa
gone to Helena, Mont.,, on an extended business
trip. ' '
The excavatine: for the new citv hall-building
qn Eighteenth and Farnam has been commenced
and the work will be pushed rapidly by; Messrs,
Regan & Bors. who Have the contract
Dun oreen, the depot policeman, silenced two
noisy hotel runners by sending them up. They
were each, fined $1 and costs. J - ,
Nafran Franko, the celebrated violinist, has
decided to make Omaha his permanent home
and intends 'to open up, a college of music in-
tne exposition nuiismg with tne assistance ot a
force of competent teachers. He will also or
ganize a large chorus of male and female voices.
This Dsy In History .1 . ., , . ; .
1816-rRev. John Gregg Fee, who founded
Berea (Ky) college as, an anti-slavery 1 school,
born in Bracken county, Kentucky. Died at
Berea in 1901., ' '
182R--Count Leo 'Tolstoi, the greStest of
Russia s philosophers and one of the gceatest
of its waiters, born. Died November 20, 1910.
1841 President Tvlert vetoed the fiscal cn'r
poration bill, in consequence of which nearly all
the memnere of ms cabinet resigned. .
IS4' tdwin Booth made his first appearance
on the stage at the Boston museum. . ,
1855 Sevastopol was 'evacuated by the Rus
sians after eleven months' siege by the English
and French.)' .'..
1860 Victor Emmanuel was proclaimed king
ot Italy at Maples.
1863 Cumberland Gap surrendered to the
federals. ' -
. ', 1870 Empress Eugenie, driven from France
oy the fury of the people oyer the Prussian
victories, arrived at Ryde. - .' ' , v -
1881 Military .revolt-' at Cairo headed by
Arabi Pasha, i - ' ' , . , "
1891 Ofcneral strike of frefght conductors on
the Louisville & Nashville railroad. ' f
1892 Fifth -satellite of Jupiter discovered by
1909 Edward H. Harrimaa, railroad magnate,
diid at Arden, N. Y; Born at Hempstead, L. I.
February 25, 1848,' ' , . i .-
11912 Many thousand .people were destroyed
by a typhoon in China. -,
Tjie Day We Celebrate.1 i . .;,''
Misa Esther Cleveland, secorfd daughter of the
late President Grow Cleveland; born in the
White House twenty-three .years ago tojday.
Prince George, eldest son of the'exiled King
Peter of Serbia, born thirty-two years ago today.
' Marguerite Snow, celebrated photoplay star,
born at Savannah; Ga., twenty-five years ago
today. ' : -. j ; ..-.
1 0wen R. Lovejoy. noted socidlogrst and
pioheer champion of the national child labor bill,
born at Jamestown, Mich., frfty years ago today.
Dr. James H.- Kifkland, chancellor of Van
derbilt university, born at, Spartanburg, S., C.,
fifty-seven years ago today. , , ; -1
John B. , Miller, infielder of the St' Louis Na
tional league base ball team, born at Kearney t
N. J., thirty year, ago today. ' -
t Frank L, Chance, former manager of the Chi
cago Nationals and New York Americans, now
marrager of the Los Angeles ' Pacific , Coast
league team. , born at Fresno, Cal., thirty-nine
yeara ago today. ' ,
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Where They All Are Now.
Government by Intimidation.
Florence, Neb., Sept. ' S. .To the
Editor ( Trie Bee: Now -that the
foth- railroad brotherhood heada have
ahown how easy it la to hold up the
president, and congreaa we may i ex
pect other organizations 'to 'do the
name. , Take the barbers, (or instance.
There are tan times aa many barbers
aa there -are trainmen. . Why ahould
not a committee of the Baybera' un
ion appear before tha president with
razors in thelrnhoes and demand an
ight-.hour day, with ten hours', pay,
and threaten to cut their cuatomera
throata If their demand ia not imme
diately complied with? Then after
all the unions have had their, turns
and have succeeded1 in getting ten
hourB' oay for eight hours work it will
be the trainmen's turn again to co-S
erce the president and congress Into
giving inem a aix-nour aay, wuq eigm
Government by intimidation is
worse for us in the long run than'
any strike could' possibly be. We
have, ceased to have a republican
form, of government in which the ma
jority rules. We differ from Russia
only In that we have a union broth
erhood of fpur czars' . fnstead of' one
czar. The result Is Just the same
government byforce. It la not the
hours of work that anybody la strik
ing for it ia hours of pay. Who
would not want ten hours' pay for
eight hours' work 1 Wow that we
know how to get It w- will all be
trying .this new and .efficient method.
A. simpler and less- expensive way
would be to hold up your neighbor
at tha point of a gun and make him
shell out. By this simple! process
you would eliminate all Work , Why
work at all if you can get money by
Intimidation? JOSEPH. WEAVER.
LINES TO A LAUGH.
"1 nolle that your Initials ara A. B. But
why dorou always restrict your signature to
your Initials?" , , -
"My namela rather. conspicuous.", faltered
the slrl. 1 ' '
HAnd what Is your first namT"v .
Aurora." - ,
rrhat-ls a p-etty name. Nothlna to-be
ashamed of In that. And what la your
"Boreslls.'' Loulsvllls Courier-Journal."
The 'Sympathetic Frland Is he' a good
The Chronle Invalid Oh, splendid. I hare
only heon amploylng hlra'three months, 'and
he has1 slready told me 1 have almost all
the diseases there are. Buffalo Express. . .
EMt MR.KABlMUi -
J AVI . lR,8fr I TiJLo
PlAMCEE YWtT I'M A TfVM
PRIMER SHMJ-1 TtU- HE
we ww? , :
' Again Medical Inspection.
Omaha, Sept. 8. To the Editor of
The Bee: Before doing anything In
the direction of medical inspection in
the public schools ft would b well
for those who are agitating this ques
tion to consider carefully what tt
means before going blindly forward
because someone has said it Is a good
Let It be known that the American
Medical association, an! organization
composed almost entirely of allopath
ic doctors, is the principal Influence
advancing plans for various health
(?) leglslatldn. - Anyone .who cares
to investigate through - the periodicals,
and , other methods used to make
known the deslnes of this organisa
tion will observe the following pro
gram: ,1 ' ; . , 7. '
l. The desire to estaousn a reaerai
bureau of health which shall be-dom-lnated
by the aboveasaoclatlon and
have plenary powers . to enforce its
views. Bee, bills now hied in. con
gress. I - . '
The desire to. control an boards
ot health, state and municipal.
t. To have medical colleges oper
ated by the state where the methods
St the allopathic system alone shall
e taught to the, entire exclusion of
any other system of healing. .
4. Medical inspection of the pub
lic schools, which, by. virtue of- state
recognition, would .eventually pass
under the control qf the above urbani
zation, for the. purpose of educating
children to the vlfcws of the alio-;
pathio physician, regardless of the
desires of the parent,.
it is easy to understand now tnose-
who advocate the aboVe, program
have visions of eventual -compulsory
treatment according to the standard
recognized by the state, aeffartiless of
tthe achievements of other systems of
healing, or the Intended .constitutional
rights of the citizenry.'. Those who.
permit themselves to be led astri
through fear, or without Investiga
tion, to the extent of indorsing this
Bcheme. are only seeking Ho deprive
themselves of the individual right, to
exercise their -.own Judgment in the
choice of healing methods.
Recently the price or a certain ce
real showed a marked advance In one
day, . and presently tne market
showed a decline fully as rapid. Thus
we recoarnise wherein the "Insiders."
'through tthe familiar process of ex
citing reports operating on tne rears
of the onlnf of med, i1 have again
'sheared the lambs." Uet us so guard
the Inherent rights of every citizen
that we, shall not be charged In the
language usedoy the great, snowman,
Mr. P. T. Barnum. - . I
IOLiA p. DRAKE,
4241 Grant street . , .
"I hear ' you cama back 'over a scenle
"Er -yes. So I did." . -
''I presume you enjoyed tha trip.'
, "Immensely. W got up a game of card'
that lasted the whole day, and my luck
Waa,mazlng. New Terlc Times.
, "What's tha matter with Mrs. 'Flubdub?
She was going merrily along with har vaca
tion plans, but now she seems all upset."
VA couple of children Just came back from
boarding school that shs had forgoatnn ahe
"See. my dear, what beautiful v green
dresses the trees have In summer!" '
"And ma, in winter, do they pack the
beautiful green dresses In then- trunks?"
'Wall, how did you succeed with your
first diagnosis? Old you profit by my ad
vice?" Tha Toung Doctor I think i did, sir. 1
told the patient that he was suffering from
a combination ot Uverr atomach, heart, lung
and vbraln trouble.
Old Practitioner Good! No chance' of a
mistake there! Philadelphia Ledger.
Bp K .stitch In time save nine, yoa
know. , -
He Tm, but what become of alt the
etltchea that thrifty people have saved in
that way? Puck. -j . 1 ,
"Did that colleague -ot oura every atuds
political acononiyT" .. 7
. "Tea," replied. Senator Sotf hum. . , "But
hti only Idea of political economy la to matt
omeboly elae do the economlilng while
he rabs the appeopriatlona.'' Washington ar-
Raffertr (viewing the arand canyon)'
Hnw jln It alhrlkB v Tim?
Haggerty (a contractor) Faith, It '
ithrlkea me Colonel Ooethala has got naw
thliV to brag about. Who du it? Life.
"What have you there?" J
"A diploma from the school of expert. .
ence." ( - , , "
"What do you meant"
'Al deed to' a gold mine that Isn't worth
3 cents." Birmingham Age-Herald.
- "Are o feeling pretty good?"
' Anked hia wife.
- "Are you In heroic mood, 1
' ' Fit for. strife?"
-No reply Kouchtafed the gent
For he knew she merely meant
Ioulsvltle Courier-Journal. .
AN ORIENTAL DREAM,
' . Warren B, Corastock. ' . t
Th velvet oaw of Dan t her makes no Sound,
As stealthly he steals along the ground;
The fireflies llgtit his sombre way,
The seroents sleety) iiDon the poppy bed.
The sinking sun lit last red ray has shed
ine moonbeams kiss tne aying aay.
The' tangled paths where lurk the poison
Where rest the birds, whose plumes the sun
Make verdant bower for shy gasellt. '
The lotos buds upon the Jlmld stream.
Their waxen petals pure as maiden's dream.
Diffuse rare incense o'er the dell. '
The lions roar their dlanauon dean.
And man-llk,apea toss In a troubled sleep
Beteath the stately palm trees' shade. ,
The adder slowly lifts his slimy bead.
And. gaunt hyenas seek their prey.- the
While Erebus enshrouds the glade.
The Wlver moon' her crescent mark shall
$ place . . ' ,
Upon the azure brow of Heaven's face
. A mark of caste the Gods proclaim, '
While Nature sleeps la lethargy of ease
'Midst lullaby of afophyrs In the trees, .
Creation's' penalty for. fame. - '
, ' ' "
The mocking birds rehearse their vespef
Amid cathedral lofts of moss-grown limbs.
While mourning doves chant low and
sweet. - "
The radiant orchids gleam amid the gloom.
While giant spiders weave upon their loom
A .carpet for Night's holy feet. ...
No wTs'llencei echoes to the voice of song! '
Time strikes the hour upon golden gong;
Aurora calls the Hosts of Light.
Wide swing the portals of the Milky Way;
Dawn's restless steeds dash through tha 1
- . Gates of Day
And-Dancing Hour dispel ths Night!
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Get ths Round Packaga
Used for Caotury.
Ask For and (
X? THE ORIGINAL
Made from clean, rich mill, with the ex. 1
tract,Jfel0Ct malted grain, malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
Infant and ehUdrm thrift en it. AgnJ with f
th umakttt ttomach oftht inalii or (As afti ( !
Nmtdt no cooking nor addition of milk. i. 7 ""'
, NcriahaudsuatasBCMdiutc ' '
i Should be kept at home or when tra velinf . Ann-
tntwua food-drink may be p!ai m a moment,' v
' i A glassful hot before retirinf mduces refraahint
Sleep. Also in lunch tablet form for business rntnx
- Sttbstltnte Cost YOU tana srf
Take a Package Homo
" 1 ' " 1 "T ' 1 ' "nl, i' lj "iimiuii.1 iniiu muiiiL n iiutaouHwa I
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'1, Dr. Birney, rernetnbered as a catarrh special-
ist practicing here twtnty-five years ago, got
rich on his "catarrh remedy," and at last accounts
was living in retirement and ease over in' Eng
land.. , . , ' , . , .
, Alois P. Swoboda, once the instructor of the
Bohemian Turners in Omaha, is located in New
York, where he is pursuing hia profession as a
physical culturist. t, - , ' V
Emil Strauss! who had i-harcc nf th. nn
Cleanser department of Cudahy's, is with the
same institution over in Chicago.
George W. Hunt, once in law practice here,
is doing the legal profession up in Bridgeport,
Neb. ' 1 ,
W. 0. Chapman, on The Bee ataff some' veara
ago, ia in newspaper work in Chicago.
Timejy Jottinga. and Reminders. I ' V" ,
Logan. O.. 'tochlv will relhrat th -Snl.nMi.l
of, its founding. i . -
The Maine campaign closes tonigtft with po
litical rallies throughout the state. '"
j California will keep'tts customary holiday to-,
day in celebration of its admission to statehood.
, The Wisconsin state fair af Milwaukee is to
have its formal opening today and will be con
tinued through the coming week. .
. Charles E, Hughes, republican presidential
nominee, is to riruu. hie falna ...:i.
speeches in Augusta, Brunswick and Rockland,
i Winchester, Mass., today will celebrate -imJ
pfoyemetits of public utilities waterways, roads
and bridges and buildings of the town made in
the last three veara at a mat nf .mn,
$J00,000. ' ' v. , . , . , . i
Vice President Marshall,. Congressman Hef
lin of Alabama and Congressman Karris of Okla
homa are scheduled, to speak today ab Win
chester, Ky. at a big rallv to mark the formal
opening of the democratic state campaign.
Storyette of the Day,. ,
One pf the latest Aoyeltiea offered by: the,
street venders in the financial district is Mexi
can paper money issued by mor or less recent
administrations-Huerta, Villa, Madero, etc: The
price for all is. about the same, a' general a'ver
age being about 10 cents a pound, and the de
nominations Of the notes makinor no' nnrtlr.'.lnr
difference This places the. currency o? a par kho, the .hk it.'
with confederate monev durirnr the floe in a Havs
of the war, when the finances of the- anfcthirH
cause were at their lowest" ebb? v ,v
"That's a fijie horse, you have." said one con
federate officer; "give you $25,000 for him."
, "TwentV-five tlimiKand ntifhinvf" rtntA th
VMIS.CI.. i jusi pam iu,v.n.v to nave mm curried.
' New York Times. t , .'-
a OUT OF THE, ORDINARY.
The banana fakes the place of cereals
among the Indians of -South America, in tha
East Indies and in .parts of Africa. .
The United States Is now exporting 176.-
vuu,vuu worm oi sugar yearly, neiore in i mm i c o ' 1
war ths yearly export was valued at about MOSt JWodeni ftnd banitarV DteWeTV III UlC WetL
55y:MQ:;., k LJIL LL. Family ..Trade Supplied by WM. JETTER. Distributor.
for a machine that cultivates growinn sugw I 2502 N. St Telephone Douglai 4231. South '863 or 868.
done by hand. t '
The trees and shrubs which 'produce some
sort of rubber are said to frrow In narrow-
belt around the world, within five jdegrees
north an south of the equator.
For automobile tourists there has been
Invented- a complete bed that weighs only
fourteen pounds and, with the exception oi
the blankets, can be folded and carried in
the tool box of a ear. r '
In tha construction of a California home.
the pipes -of an organ are Ridden iin tha
gnu worn oi tne room, so tnat oniy tne
vonsole is visible, and this may be drawn
about the room ito any convenient loeatien.
Owing to the presence of a new powder
factory, Barksdale Jownihip, Wisconsin, will
nave viib.uqd tax money to spend the com
ing year, where liitherto the entire expenses 1
of running the township government, road
building and all, have not exceeded 98,000.
A horse which served in tKe Burlington
nre aeparcmnc . ior eignteen years.
but had not been used there for year
and a half, was put back in the service a
few days' ago, and at the -Ant clang of
the oell was out of his stall and in' hia
place under tjie .harness.
thi fcwest aTcijrHjtiuciu iruiwr.veQeiODie "Tl
'"is!3 Vecewble Mineral Medicines If
If you wars aaoarafnlof the Bsdlelnsa yoa take
when sick.s yoa are anaions about thasdissasa it is taken for
a wonderful difference in your future health would malt.
I a tegatable product like S.I.I, there is no violsnt after ai-
feet as ia found in mineral medicinaa hut a nafnnl ans l-
'ficient means of reaching tha blood and purifying it, so
that if ma'y perf arm laj function readily. ... . . -
. Ktinsmsar anymiaerai is s visual atatsrlal is east lets
your dsllcate Interior. Demand ' r
THE MINK IS THS
SOU RCt OF VIOLENT
' genuine 8-S.t. at your druggist,
it Is pi rely vegetable and tha
standard Blood Kerned r.
fgm Swift Spific o. AtUnU, Ga. immmm
HERE ANQ THERE. t
. - .
l Minnesota now tops the Hst a ar potato
growinc state.' i ' j
Ohio's onion crop Is expedited to be, about
six times as. large this year as last.
A lock of Thackeray's hair, out after his
.death by his 'daughter, Anne, now' Lady
It Is , eetimated that the average con
sumption of ice cream in the United States
is sixty dishes a year for each person,
Italian soldiers climb snow-clad peaks
fat white ihirts. worn outside their uniforms.
in order that they may iotbe detected.
The Society of Montana Pioneers ts about
to erect a monumentvat Gold Creek near tha
spot where void was 'first' discovered in
' The latest figures show that manufactur
ing establishments (n New York CMy ara
producing approximately -12,300,000,000 ;
worth of goods a year. "
The popularity of tea aa a war-time bev
eraae is evidenced by the fact that during
the last twelve- months Great Britain has
received 42.000.000 pounds, an increase of
ov.vvv.vvv vHfiuai vn Qf (ireviuui ear.
Host visitors to Boston, and many resi
dents of the city as well, eherith the delu
ion that historic T wharf took ita name
from the Boston tea party. As a matter of
i name from
the shape m which it was originally built. .
, ' Under th clothing ration system which
haW come into foree in Germany, permit cards
are required by men for morning suits eost
ing up to $10, kninre suite up to l!t. and
shirts up to 11.75, whether ready-made or
made to Measure. Far womn Ward are
needed for a frock or tailored suit costing
up to 120, and wraps up to 116.
, - aSALES AND SERVICE STATION -
Chassis, $325.00 1 " Touring Car, $360.00
Runabout, $?45.00 Sedan, $64S.00 ,
Coupolet, $505.00 4 Town Car,'$595.00
. F. B. DETROIT
Persistence is the cardinal vir-
Jue m l advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects, it must be
x run frequently and constant
ly to be really, successful.
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