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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1912.
THE OMAHA ' DAILY BEE rOL'XPSP BY EDWARD fiOSKWATER . ""VICTOR ROSEWATER. EDITOR ', BEE BUILDING. FARNAM ANUlTiM- fcntered at Omaha Postofflce as second- A Job for the State Board. While Douglas county's real es tate assessment total has been sub stantially raised, reports are com intr in from other, counties in the class matter. ORIGIN OF THE STARS AND STRIPES Inspiration of the Dutch Benublic Followed in Our nag v Tnrk Run of their fla of freedom? But tha field ! The national flag flung to the brewes of tun was new. five pointed and not ..... f J . t At today should display in 1U blue field tlx pointed as in Britisn neraiury. ookln( Backward ThbDay taOmaki TRRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sunday See. one year ? I Saturday Bee, on year...,,...., Dally Bee (without Sunday) one year.J4.08 Daily Bee and Sunday, one year ...... DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Evening Bee (with Sunday), per mo..e Daily Bea (including Sunday), per mo. .fee Dally Bee (without Sunday), per mo -vc Address all complaints or irregularities In delivery to City Circulation Dept. , :., REMITTANCES. Remit by draft, express or postal order, payable to xne bm ruDimnina vn.Hr " . . . .. today should display in Its Diue neia six pointea as in - - p pbnn nirr riLEA state showing decreases, In the as- forty..lgnt Ur, arran,9 ,n .ix row, ference that should have impressed Mr f COMPILED FBOlVi PEE Wl sessment as compared . with rive years ago. No one possessing all his senses will contend that there is a single county the state in which land values have not increased in that period. To ' permit any county nr airht. ih admission of Arlsona and Frederic Harrison, who has maintained New Mexico as states permitting i new that the flag of the unuea aiaie. symmetrical grouping of tha units of tha borrowed from ;'the ancestral coai o 'constellation" declared in tha resolution their chief. of tha continental congress on June 14, That the stars were not at nrsi gen' of .peeiaj process of preserved wood for 1777; erally adopted seems to ds proea p paving presented to them. That the flag of the United States be the fact that "scores of British, print Th, tw Miard hotel will be openid Jt7,Y 11. Thirty Years Ago Omaha people are having the beauties stoy aim. Office boy-My vacation begins tomor row. His chum How long have yar got? Office boy-Ae long as 1 like. The boss told ma I needn't coma back at an, Boston Transcript . Jeshurun had waxed fat ''You are having too easy a time," said his physician. "Lop oft seme ef your useless luxuries and earn your living by work, aa tha common people do. ' it was then he began to Kie: Tribune. in Nebraska to pull, down its .SattVKW rep" tb! t laoamant wnuirl h its ttiVllllAftr IT. I hit I flfiM rDrMCflUna 41 TltW COMtClia- "i vw.iviii ...r - . a deliberate purpose to get away tion. The basis have only stripes." Dr. Griffis declare that "no proof yet exists to show that Only -cnt sumps received n payment from bearing a 'Just share- of the thlt i. My th, gtripes, was derived ny regimental flag In the continental - ..ii u.An-.tM Ik-train-Ll rnorkiR. AX 1 I ' ........ , - cept on Omaha and eastern exchange, not accepted. - - ' ; , '. OFFICES. Omaha-The Bee building, . South Omahat4Sl S 81. . Council Bluffs 7S Scott St Llncoln-2 Llttla building. Chicago 1H1 Marquette-building. ; Kansas City-Reliance building. V.nr VrV34 West Thirtv-third. v. . Washington 7 Fourteenth fit. N. W . . mRRHSPOXDENCE. Communications relating to news and editorial matter should be addressed Omaha Bee, Editorial Department - JUNE CIRCULATION. ' 48,945 ci. f VntiruVa. County of Douglas, ss. N, P. Fell, buatpass manager of The - Bee Publishing company, being duly aworn. say that tha average dally clr. culation for the mjnth of June, JOtf, was 48.M5- . N. P. FEIU . Business Manager. Subscribed In; my presence and sworn to before me this tn oay or Juiy. vu. (Seal.) ROBERT HUNTER. Notary PutHc. Sobscrlbers leaving kc city temporarily afcoald kav The ' Be mailed t them. Address vrlll lie chanced aa ofte a re- quest. 1 '" if- ' -Every little raindrop helps. ' tax burden of the state The 8tate Board of which is soon to convene, has of tha national standard. from tha Dutch republic and owed noth- army had stars In JU field, unless pos- Assessment. ng ta English Inspiration, aeeordlnf to fibly toward the enq or t-e war, fM f,,i. Dr. William Elliot Griffis. in an artioia of dates prior to kw. as seen m l k. .nrnnl Tnr1.nan1nt r) infmblll I.MInia tit RriMah nrtnta in th FraUHCeS power and authority to correct pal. ,,ueh lnt.regt,nt )p ,d tradiUpn to Tavern collection, bear stripes, but never pable defecta or deficiencies n the illustrate the origin of the Stri and stars. Dr. Griffis admits, however, that asResament return of any county. Ptripe. "If our fathere followed in their the flag hoisted on Fort Bphuyler en .-4 .r,,.M -,,,;fo.i v' rin flag making what they themselves called August 3. 1777. displayed stars as well as BUU V IUVUIU UWV W V. I . . , ...I T-.....U . , , . - T 41 W our great example, in, iuixcjui uii sinpes. rvwiuuun vi m w i republic, the Stars and Stripes." h aays, was not heeded by the continental army. are beautiful, proportionate, Intelligible, The rattlesnake flag was most in ev. alive with historic meaning and inspiring dence. Washington, solicited to proclaim for the future." HI eplnion Is that the regimental color", wrote as 1st May fathers drew their Inspiration from Hoi- jo, 1779, to the board of war: "It (a not land, of which Benjamin Franklin aid: yet settled wbat 1 tha standard Of th In lov of liberty and bravery In tha United SUtes." defense of It It hss bn pur groat ex- smpla " The flag of seven stripes of the notice of these, discrepancies. - Britons as Walkers. the young men from England are winning the walking .matches at Stockholm, as they usually do at these Olympics. It is the British race that U winning. Jt is almpiy .'" rj But if the continental army carried A steady rain set in at an early wr, which continued for some time, f(IJI;ig tha gutters and renawlnf the supply of mud. F. C. Festner A Ion, stesm boek bind- era and printer, have rmovad tp Crelh- ton hall. It is txpeeted that Frnir bloct w)ii b enclosed in two weeks, and A. J- Hancom is preparing to erect six store on Capitol avenue, beyond Masonic hall. gtubendorf 4 Co., the well known wholesale Jiquor merchants, received fifty barrels of sour mash manufactured by L. Halner in 1872. Base ball Is looking up. The Council Bluffs and Omaha telegraphers play in this city next week, the Leevenworths will ply th Union Pacifies ' at the Athletic association grounds the 22d, apd the Union Pacific will play the Council Bluffs next Saturday. The Council Bluffs reaping the fruits of ita generatians Ltpa ,eprMentlng a staU, waved' from 'ers flags for two yean pr mora after beat the Crelghton school boys. 16 to T. nf anwlnsr. It la traditional for ho ii thm r-iirv that ha. the resolution ot tne continent qongf"" Britons to be good walkers, on of Uame the middle .eolenle. and Ittsr tha dopt thers , seems fcbe : nc-jjoubt th rh.raPt-rtRtira nf a aturdv. out- tt Of New Yor, New Jry. nn. of-door lovlax .people. It la a ease sylvanla and Delaware. There had petn that the resolution was heeded toward the end of the war of Independence. The long . 1 1 b.p. rn ant n f tVia ttoH Jinv niriatinn as inaeDenaenoe in ."b-v.. w ... of like father, hke son at Stockholm, m M(J an abjuring of monarchy In m, mtter of chole- A" xt M 1857 ther were nine cuiereni aiyier) on nogo m consent." Not only wg the flag of ew jorn nareor. seven stripes historically known to tha not the lnuueJiate result of superior the impelling cause taxation "without overnight training, or llnt off)luck, Mr. Bryan will have to show Mis- souri frcttn now on. And the English people, masculine and feminine, are winning other re wards , much more enduring and profitable to the race in their walk ing. Americans at Stockholm thus far are hea;i , in the j;rand toi; and they are likely to be at the end Captain Jenkln, th popular proprietor of the headquarter cigar store, is dis playing flulte a curiosity, a catskin. which is said to have been used by Sit ting Bull as a pouch. At the Omaha woman's suffrage meet ing at th Lutheran church, Elder Shnn was appointed to organize a society in tha Sixth ward, and Dr. Lewis to or ganise on in West Omaha, while Gen eral Ejtabrook was made chairman of the Dutch was the lanfuag of the people, and "on tha title pages of their Bibles, hymn books and family libraries the of the Olympic. ' They have nothing seven stripes formed one of the common The Camorrlst trial wai . con-lto fear or. fret abput, 10 far aa the eluded ahead of the Lorlmer case, plucking of prizes at this lnterna anyway, tlonal competition goes. 1,1 But it 1 would not do Americans any harm It ought to be a breesy campaign to take a lesson from their British with dally winds -Mowing .In from cousins in this .wholesome and neces- Oyster Bay and. Sea Girt. I'valk as much aa is good for us. Our The National Cleaneri' association mM roll .. .. toorone to hon is meeting ju 05, juouis-, uugni 10 nn . Rtuff crowAtiA itreet car when do a little. business there between they wuW w. f00t U, and our est obiects in their homes," The pre sumption is that intelligent men who . were not of Puteb descent knew the symbol and Its history. The flag seven stripes was the flag of resistance to monarchy and of liberty won glor iously from the oppressor. What moro ary exercise of walking, ,W, dp oot ,trIpM by -t'h, r;vott,nf cFoIJnIf(t( nt There will pot be complete agreement American colonists, but It was a familiar with Dr. Qrlffls that th stripes of the sight In tha colonial harbor. rational standard were derived from the flag of the Dutch republic Does not his nnsnce .committee. There was a laraa oeoulatlon of Dutch theory appear to be shaken by the report C, H, Dewey has descent In th four middle colonies! of the committee composed of Benjamin Franklin and Messrs. Harrison and Lynch In favor of a national flag cm slstlng of the "King s Colors" as a union, with thirteen (tripes, alternate red and whit, symbolising acknowledge ment of England's sovereignty but re s'stance by the colonies to her oppres. of ' eive laws? This flag -was hoisted at Cambridge on January 2, 1776.. It will not be contended by Dr. Griffis that he ha covered the field of conjecture; eonclu elve testimony about the origin and evolution of the Stars and Stripes dogs Dutch and British descent as the basis not exist. returned from the east, ' Miss Lyda Sohemmerhorn, who has been visiting in this city, has returned to her homo in Qulncy. 111. Mrs. G. W, Holdreg and Children hv gone v Penver for' the summer. sessions While Pr. A. Fatt Andrew quit his job as assistant secretary of the treasury be ie far from, being re signed. , .'i,'-.v '( y women are even worse about it. Of eourse, therefore, our children shall lack the; good Qualities that come from the habit of walking. AN ELECTORAL COLLEGE MUDDLE Just think what might happen to the country if . the National, Ediica tion association did not, go to. war .once, year-v-:' '.. ; - ' ' Scheme to Steal Votes in Eepublican States. epringnald Itepumiean. hy several of the new stat primary If Mr. Roosevelt runs for president as laws. the candidate of ft new party, ha should With. Xinger. Crossed. 4 not tolerat the plans bin laid in in effeet, the practical working of the Th presidential primary a it worked number of states, wher his friends hav system for many years has been a close In the Baltimore convention was a fall- aireaoy gained control) w nav pre- eorreipendence between party responai ure. It was worse than a failure-worse nenuai electors cnoten on tne regular tjijity and party divisions in tha electoral than a farce. It was a swlndl-an em-1 republican ticket vote tor him in th college. "The practical working of the besdement of delegated power. World- electoral college. If there la to be a new plan is this," rays Judge MeClaln in hi Herald. v. party 'under Mr. Roosevelt's leadership, 'Constitutional Law in the United Shades of Thomas Jefferson and lit should be entirely distiaet and sepa rata from the republican party, whose The thlrd-termeri are afraid to - hi. '). ...... ti i Andrew jacKSoni " . .W"M .7. . 7 .. - I t. . h , W w.;u -U in candidate, are Tett and Sherman, mignt pop.,, uear, lei. p on taose . " 7" ' . 1 Vuv iTli schena referred to ha been bricks, . now. : , , -. - . 4 democratl conventionst Cwt U be n.tchea by mtn btr , th, wh0 wish that the nomination pi , woodrow to rom,, m tha republican party and, Governor Wilson knew beforehand Wilsqn.lww , brought about. y . at th same time, support other than the that tha nlatform would suit him. I swindle" and "an embe?alement?" republioan candidates. States fA k.'. wit - i-.(-,i : ti Vf haWta'aft Mi1ae WitnfiHa laMfv.Were. tn scnem nas oeen eenousiy con- .,, -.-v- - r, . .... ,..,. p.-.i1,l. Marvla-d. wrote inm ptaiiorm. ing vo iu- ipiit. ,mA tk fnllnmt. rRi will vt .moil vo, u 11,1 Kansas and California! and the Iouow degt.nated by th(S ntlonal con TWtntjr Vari Ago The Sutherland Land and Improvement company elected these officers at a meet ing held at the office of J..T. Kinl' President, J. 3- Nuhoff ; vlc president, James H. Peabody; eecretary, S. C.. 51 liott: treasurer, Samuel E. Rogers; dree tor. G. A. Lindqulst. W,1 W. Pewe. Henry PUhdt, Morris Morrison and Mar tin Ittner. The new of the death of Lee Stephens, I an omana coy, ai can icsw. hrutrht sorrow to many heart. H wa XI years of age and! had worM en the Omaha world. He had aa unci. 0- r Stephens, and a brother, Lineom phens, residing in Omaha- Dr. 8. D, Mercer was endord for gov ernor by the Douglas County Harrison club, which met at McArdle school house Announcement was mad by tne v-on Pacific of the appointment of ft- W. tes ter as general superintendent or tne ra cific division of the road, vce B, M. Mo Neil, resigned, A. J, Bone sueeeeaeq Baxter a superintendent of th division, with headquarter at Sidney, jo, A hot verbal fight ensued at the soara general ballot for the whole eleotoral of Trade meeting over tne matter or ap college throughout the state. As the nronriating tl.flOO, a the board had voted nftsif". nf nTslrinl I . a nnrtv matrnr. I " . , . i 717. .TwJi ' ". " to do. toward estaBttsmng ana maimiMn lino, incvuuu Tuii, pur, i yciy 1 . v t vrftMnni! !.., ...am i . I . .h. m .f a 1 1 in, mini uuirau, w , ... ,w...... I , , , . , M I , I VI, U .,',.V.,,- J L ., ..... , I ,f " for the state nominated on the tloHet eiimoVed to indefinitely postpone ins prp the party which secures the greatest o.itl0 whereupon John Brady opened "ul " H"v- ,u hniKa)r and otner from a atatp win cast tnesr votes ror wie , l . v- States": That the states provide for th choice Of presidential electors by popular vote. rarely by districts, almost Invariably py ek.-Chlcago I sweetly. My wife tay ?.. had to. go. vevoint, , , "George." sh said sweetly, "I m almost through With house cleaning. But inv up s gainst a terrible problem now. "What's the mattar?'; ..,; I can't find any place to hang youi . othe.."-Detrolt Free Press. LEGEJTD OF TSS C0E5. - Arthur Penrhyit in Kansa City SUr. Through all the Kingdom of Qulvera Ian starvation stalked. , And Hunger, thinner than hs shadow, Among the tepees walked- "Figures won't lie.' said th ready- made philosopher. "No reolled the man who waa count ing up convention votes: "they won't He. Put they have a way or changing tnet minds frequently "Washington fetar, "Mv son." axolained th new elient, "had a dog name Crimson. This dog was taught to growl when anybody mn- tinniui V.l" one m'nute," mteruptea - nrien Holmes. "I deduce from this that your ton went to Harvard." "no ne ata." exoiaimea tne new cueni. "Marvelousl" cried Dr. Watson. Louis ville Courier-Journal. Lady (to small boy whe Is fiihingWI wonder what your father would say If he caught you fishing en Sunday? Boy-I don't know. You'd better ask him. That's him a little farther up the stream- Llpplpcott . "Th dealers are going t operate en her." . -. j ' "Something about th eoat of her Stomaeh, I understand." "I hope they don find It's out ei styie. Bhe'd never get over thaf.'Kansas city journal, i , Peeunioua rather So you dare to tay you are an (deal match for my daughter? impeounlou xoutn eo. inpeeo, svri Peeuntous Father-Whv vou have never earned a dollar in your life. Imoeeunious Youth Neither has sh.- Pbiladelphia Ledger. He What a glum and dismal wife you are,' I don't bllve you could be lively or njeasant to save your life. She-I may he a dull wife, but Just give me a chance and aee what a merry widow I would make-betray Stories. , "Your wif isn't entertaining a much a he wa7 ' "No. Bh hasn t any social secretary n'tw," ..... How was that?" , "Why. sh had a secretary you know, and I didn't like her. I smiled at her .. Thar rose no sound of maidens laughtet And old and young were dump When the great King sent forth n herald Te beat the eoupcil drum. They passed th sacred pipe in silence. Blew smoke east west, north south; Then from their midst ther strode a prophet ' . And gv th god hl mouth, Last night a vision came unto ma . And the Great Spirit said, 'gend te the west your llthest runner Who speed with rapid tread. ,,. , "There dwells, beneath a purple moun tain. :. . A wixard who will give A wnnrirnui rift unto th nation wnerepy tneir som may eve. Flv days the Tireless Footed Journeyed Swift as a migrant crane 1 . Until a mountain'a snowy forehead Rose gleaming from .th plain . And there h foind an ancient . wiiard Whose day to be wer hrief. Whose hand which gav the magic ' treasure . Trembled like a leaf. - " 'Cftt these about the plain." he mt , tered, "O man of woman born!" -Eastward for ve days' wry Journey The rutwer bore the com-. ynd, blessed by magic, on the instant, ; The grain, flung, far and wide. Leaped from the earth, full stalk and leafage. In long rows side by side; And all Quivers, in amassment, Plucked ripe corn on the ear J While Plenty t at every tent door And touched each heart with eheer. This Is a song of old Quiver Of truest Fancy horn. Though lytns Fact win paver sanction The Legend of the Corn. , . THE NATIONS NEW MlM! t A Delightful Beverage- Aid Digestion 1mA Wonderful for the Throat. .... j - .i. -i.i.. j. i oerson aesianaiea ov ine nawonai con-i lavorma wnen me ueraocrauc piauorw ue- algpateh from Topeka to the New ventlon of the party whleh secures tha traff!c manager for Cudahy's. Henry T, It would B9t Surprise m a bie-lf mand for the enforcement of the York Times reveals the Kansas atti- largest popular vot In that tate. eeen the Judge sober. som,gettJe, man should yet come criminal law against offending trust tude in particular! forward andHestify to having once magnates was written,, its framers There is iveri : 'VB?rVmd ?n! must have had their fingers crossed, isation will be effected, Governor Stubba and others are qecrying it peeause Stubbs la a candidate for United States End of fce Camorri.t Case. jy V.'TprlsX. ' The processes of . Italian Justice tors who win vote for Booseveit. These work With less celerity than the .nd Sherman heading on the primary vi course, tnis uig of our amiable democratic contemporary a.bout "era" beizlement : or ,delegated power" is sot alluding to any one It is evident that this working system. which has gradually been developed out of a constitutional plan that was found te be Inadequate In practice, would be thrown into considerable confusion by the adoption of such methods as are new proposed In. several of the states. In the case of' Kansas, for Illustration, Booseveit electors might be chosen by r - f Bflttehfjt we'tak'a' the Camorriat and ballot on A"gut and In the November th people on, the regular republican election. ticket, although Roosevelt would not be the republican candidate, and thus would rrsult a reversal of Judge McClain' statement, In the passage quoted, that "all the elretera from a stat will cast their votes for the person designated by th national convention of th party which secure th largest popular vote Themaft;whha felt, pbllged to "Ppen rWp,...W.nipef.mvp variations of the plan appear In dlf- wear. a . vest - these days to- keep on 'd regard for our own tardy sy a- ferent states, owing to the difference in good terms with style, has, at least tm ' Justice, we might venture to state laws, but wherever the project is v .i?-; .' ,'JJ-'. ' InviM cnmndriBfin more 'fiear'lv of the discussed the purpose is obvious. A new a.,, . ... ruSr American. proce4. at w,.t to be given tetn, . ys Sheef'tnodcgty restrain, the Hou eourtWtH,.. taken two years tc tVLTrllTLTtLZr. to Poet' from Cjaiming credit in be- reach verdict in the; Camorrlst rase Rooii,v,lt.. toll01rri wh have no atom- i the state." For. while the rBubUean "half of Te?aa for, Mlstatiiohnsbnvja'iid levera American crlmlnar trials jach for a new party may use the machln- ticket, would earry Kansas, the person PurPse eignai victory. at fcai Vegas, : i nave; gone wpeyena mai umii.. i was erj m wim-mwh nesignaiea py in tmcago convention as i - thre years- before the 'notorious supporting mm a tne pons. nr r me repuoucan party's presidential can- Good Mr. Munaev graciously In. Uh-r. nrtt-t f s Fr.ncl.cn P"" P0""01 n el mwalists in dldat would not rec.lv Kansas' vote in fft-m. ..tfc. i..-r. t .L:.::;:L..-.- --... -- '. t"c-1 electoral-college .tr, ,-,,p rwW ... wu wun;i-u ui iu- mu.uv. u. aspect of such a performance can be left ww.: put jn-Amenean, po mm, ' yletlm.- Bnt.faa.ln that case, Italy's to their consideration. cure, mere ajways nas seen ana tne deliberation may find, compensation more the merrier, c. Clarke and others Joined In the demand for the bureau, and Walter Breen helped out the opponents, The meeting ended in a deadlock. Ten Years AgO-- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swift ware home from California, hr they spent s' week visiting relatives. David C, Cot. Peter Rooco and wenry A. Roster., commission men wnn estaoi Ushment near eleventh and Howard streets, in the old market house, tied the hands of the Board of Public Work and the city council by securing a temporary restraining order from Judge Head Pre venting any of the 118,000 appropriated. for the new Capitol avenue market house from being paid ever toward that The order was returnable Those .-. -atajwarf' Yankee boys, 'Duke" Kahanaffloku, Kenneth Xfui- if all. were guilty, in . the verdict, The censutuuen provwes tnat lt.'t.h fcr.M- h- ,,-. bU appoint, in such . manner " " w tha Uviilatur therof miv direct. iruuigui,( each as a It t not tn the least necessarw that reckless Inaovatlops. of this character be introduced In order that Mr. Roosevelt may run tor president. In all states. wzrzr. : who ri:" mh Here we find a violent contrast be- Lumber of representatives to which the tagb, and a few others, are uphold;- tviea American and?, Italian court state may be entitled In the eongress, Jng the name of America in charae- conditions teristic fashion at Stockholm. PS nominated, as they should he, on separate tickets without the least rnlx-up of the regular republican and Roosevelt Those Olympic games da not seem to include, a contest in rope throw. ing. With that added to the pchedu of eyentg, Omalia would be ready to fentey a world-famed! lssov expert sure to c.rry off the prise. . News of the death of Rev. Dr. A. C Hirst at Maywood, III., reached nis friends and parishoners In Omaha, where Dr. Hirt was pator of Flret Methodist church. He had expreased a wwh a long time before that he might round hi earthly career in that capacity and whet? he became ill he was granted a leave ot absence and went to his daughter's, Mr. F: B. Moerhead. near Chicago. Dr. Hirst was 61 years old. His trouble was Bilght'e disease. The executive hoard of the chureh held a meeting and appointed these as a committee te attend the fu neral! R. W, Rreekenridge, J. O. Phil. Uppl, Charle A. Oess, E. JE. Margaret C. F, Woller, D. M. Haverly, A. T. Tm tln and A. B. Smith. Miss Edith Tobltt, librarian, returned from Boston, where the attended the It is said discharged city employes are I circulating a recall . petition sgainstr CouucHman hicDoyernv V If Councilman AlcGov'ern llows 'hlra The vertflct of gCuiUy Is absolutely the onry constitutional or,.nizatlon8. The possibilities of crest converts the caged victims into ,.v- Hf Uu,,on'. tn th P'ential 1 wild' men with their anathemas r ,7. 7.,:.' "hM ' Zl ' upon the court, Jury and state, one ln priding for th. method et choice. "'."To CSJW:.T,.Jr . defying Justice With an attempt upon There . Is no requirement for the choice ..ruiniy t0 be considered. Jt would be his own 1 fe. Evident y the Camor r electors py me peop.e. in.w far better, and much fai ail ,. rlst spirit is not crushed f'"! ?r rd'r Kh ontit,,"04n'1 h corned, for Kansas. California and ether Unnual meetln of the American Library .r...o.v.- - !"""" repumican ataies similarly circumstanced association. piarrnra. ina in i - was inni in oouin e a .amam tk. .ia -w. m .. Another B10W tO ruffllism. Carolina until I860, in 1878. the Colorado state's reeresentativ. m ,h. .i.Ln The "professional fake promoter legislature also appointed electors In this college appointed directly by th leela. and the principals Who made money way. But gradually the practice jature-provided that the demoora'u were out of the reoent fight farce at JLas c,m umvrwM ol preauii pot unuiny treated. But the most Vegas The name of this new beve rage is Tjple 'p Fineapple Juiee. And a hrt trial will preve tut t doaf all that is eleimed of it. , V You 11 like Pole'f Pineapple Juioe because it tastes goed and yen 11 con tinue using It because ii does you good,. " ; .. ' It it a pure as nature can make tt bsiag sjmply the pure pica ef choice' pineapples, bottled and iterUiMrt right where the fruit is grows, thu .rresem ing the natural and pleasing naver., ; s v,;.- ui i . Start uaivg it te4ay. Pole's Pineapple Juie it sold by grocers and drug gists everywhere. . "Cooling Drinks and Desserts," tolling how to make pleasant, cooling driiks, mails! free. HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE PRODUCTS CO, ia MI Mwkft Street Sap Franclf sq, Cil. , T7TVTT7t mm A mi TP A H Icod, An Unoquollod Oummor Drink im TUASPoewm iwakss two cups. PMIlPhed ?y tlm C?fowr of Ifi4U T Street Commissioner J. B. Hummel re ported, much loss to culverts and bridges and tha city from destructive rains. are alaot. Ak Ala- A. m .! ilt lt t V. a . . . doubtless satisfied with ' . " " . .. e-rwar- way i. me simplest, tne . . innnuiAP rtftimr. xnmr nAminatinn. at tn .riit ani h hnM.wik i i t .aen lea Kut naAnla vi'h nMnk aaa I . " lelf to be iearedliy this. threat,, he ItV" U l vv" v w-, tim. aeam a prerogativ of party put th new party on Its own legs and pugilism completely- promuuw in convention, aitnougn tnis system or piaK. it carry its own baggage for the this country also have cause fori sat- nomination has lately been disarranged campaign. hot the man we think he :ia. ; . 1 1 1.1.1. .I mwnv if HAND OUTS FOR OMAHA. , The ffct that, those twlatva "are a, iefaction.. A, few more, aucb. body little late for the usual open season1 P"5' this disgraceful fake and in the tornado belt may possibly, be phe gamewlll go down the last time expiaioeg py aeeire m? avow com- Fremont Tribune: Omaha has bought petition With the hot air currents . l was not two. orutes pounaing a W4ter plant and people over the state emanating from the big" conventions each other;' H wai one highly skilled knowing Omaha's reputation, will wonder last i month 5 ' ' ' " and cfever brute making a 'chopping why that needless expenditure was made. V ' - 1 ' block of another fully as brutish but Biu s.prlngs sn: Th. Omaha Whaf, this charge of colonizing pitifully outclassed.) According ,t9 .XTE rotfrs, ana paying taeiypou taxes for itpe accounts or an - wnose autnors designated a day for them to come in and them, to control the election bf pres- were not hired : to color, their story take charge of the city and have a gala tdept at -the National Education -as- Johnson tould have put Tlynn out in w time of it, concluding the day's pro- jocJaUon?,, That , aoundg like be- the first round had he wished, a he an interview with the Ak- . ' T 6itkka Mat anil m iVitl W lllnnh llewiM lated elecUon reform bulleUn in probably would but for the moving r! Tr '..T "T.:." . ,1 1 A I.ll t il Dmaba. picture perquisites, which could not umberger and fcuxus may suit some of be sustained on a one-round exhlbi Champ; Clark carried the fleo. tion. cratic primaries in NeDraska, ana New Mexico, as a new state, should mot of the democratic nominees for hols in levying an embargo against piiiucuiwi eicymr we vu"b up- gucn highly commercialized ,, scan- ponera 01 Claras But Wilson, Ws dait, it em g&itt in public respect If a great deal tn this age of publicity and oinated...i-A.8ttppoM;v.4nea7 .meii it'4'oea and lose if it does not ihould now announce that they are Kill for Clark, end Intend to give bins their votes in the electoral col the boy, but there are other who do, not care for It .. Nebraska City Press: Omaha, th metropolis of Nebraska, is making one of the beat publicity etmpaign ( any city in the, United Bteui, and that saying lege. " What do you liappen to themt "boosting" for municipalities. The slogan, "Know Omaha Better," 1 not re stricted to the dtisens of that welt known iibIakaIw A-an Hi it let K-tlnar Tfr1 and base ball prl.es ot the aeason. t ovee m wesl Toh. of the entire state, even as she is de pendent, to a great extent upon the material success of her smaller and neigh boring co-communities. It might be a good idea for soma ot the jealous neigh bors to eult knocking and help "boost" as they continually preach, but fall to practice. North Platte Tribune: We ar prone to raise our voices in protest against th amount of water the city is giving us for lawn sprinkling purposes, but we are not as bad off as Omaha. That elty took ever the water plant-paying between 14000,000 and rr.O,eos-and the first decree issued was that two hours In the morn lug was all th tim property owner could have for sprinkling lawn. Such aa wder enforced in North Piatt would mean the disappearance of our blu. grass lawns aa rapidly a a snow ball in hades. Omaha, like North Platte, found that there waa eonsiderabl Junk included In the sale. .." Princeton has the college foot ball think would but politics is not an intercollegiate game. la a great city, and will become greater. Her prosperity depends upon the welfare . Three Llae. af CoBaolatioa. Nw Tort Tribun. - We tender our deepeat sympathy to Colonel George Harvey and Henry Wat- tersoa. .' People Talked About Mis May Sund, JO year old, ef Tonkers, has started on a 4.000-mll trip tp Denmark to marry David Larson of Berlin, whom she met eleven year ago. Colonel William C. Gorges of the United States army has been awarded the American' medicine gold medal for his work in ridding the canal sone on the Isthmus of Panama of yellow fever and malaria, : . The estate of Richard T. Crane, iron master, ha been assessed the largest In heritance tax ever piaeed in IHlnoia, the sum being ar9.Hl The Crane estate waa estimated at $17,600,000 wh?n appraisers were appointed. . Miss Carolyn Black of Cincinnati, who ha been teaching in the agricultural de partment of the University of New Hampshire, has made discoveries in re gard to the protection of potatoes during growth, which I said te b of great value.. ' Capon Gedenneve Frencn parish priest In the pas de Calais, celebrated his losth birthday the other day by partakipg of a Six-course' dinner with Monalgnor De launaire, coadjutor ef Camhral, who Is bordering on his 90th year. The canon I probably th most wonderful centenarian alive. He say mass daily at a. m., enjoya a bottle of wine and visits the Sick of his parish. ' Put wings on the Ford and it would flyalmost. It has Jesi weight than the aero plane and infinitely more strength. It's built of Van adium steel the highest priced, finest grained, tough est, strongest, safest steel used in automobile construction. '.. - t . ', ,. ' " - Mora than TB.000 new rorda lata ervlee ' thla aeaion proof that they must be rltbt. Three passenger Roadster $190 ftve passenger touring car 1 890 delivery car , ito0 f. o. b. petrolt. with all equipment. Catalogue from Ford Motor Company, Harney 8t Omaha, or direct from Petrolt factory, Fbene PougJaa 4890, ' L h ' 0t"j-i.