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THE BEE: (fttAHA, THOSDAY, F-hBUL'AKY JU, l'Jlo THE OMAHA DAILY BEE Compensation and Liability Law. Rounded nYiTmvXmru. iTfvat kix In 1909,-nccordlng to roliablo atat- victok no'sEWATKR. editor Istlcfl, employers of labor In the iirm' HUimiNQ. faiinam and iWh. Unltod States liquidated damagos Enured at Omaha nostoinco ai second- sustained by employe. to tlio amount glass matter 0f $49,000,000.- Out the employes I 1 . LiOOKUK TliisDi COMPILED ODD C BackWard, InOmaliaJ 9M DEB FILES Twice Told Tales FKUKL'AHV tiO. SIimI Up. A man wllh a thlmt fur information RS P well as hla other thlrat, which was equally habitual, entered tne .Dar oi :i downtown hotel recently and started a -n 1 o nnn nnn . i.nn t .'HUjlin nthnV VnnnO,(Tf Thn flenrflB Tlilrlr Vaoh Acrn Sally Bet', and Sunday, one year t-w fnr jnlor ycanj aro relatively nO dlf-j The most lmiortant feature of tlio conversation with the prescription clerk nrrirrs a drink." Sttld 10 Mnlnr and Sunday, per month. ..... . . ' ; ,. hi.. proving the pro- customer, ordering a drink awl pouring venln without Eunday. per momn.- is h any .wonuer lawyers. urc now ,.u - ,,,. Msh .Mo vou n.k him whether iie I S"' K rVny..r mo.:, lie "banding themselves together to fight i:H;-und of already over- wants 10 or 16-cent goodsf AjfAwmm 11 oAmnUlnlK nr irff Kill ft nil I lAfrldln fnf a wnf1ninti'i nnmnnn. I ... . . . .i. 1 "Vovar " fntiHorl fhn nhArmntsL In delivery to City ClrculatlonJJgt, 1 nnllnn if nil nmnlnv.r', lUhltltv law m"ZS th. books we-c "Why don't you?" which claims for Injuries may Usued by tho pubilo library .a.t Batu- -w. u, , . , a r P- w. And wo seldom miss a gues. HioBeesldferiox Help Apprrclntril. OMAHA, Keb. W.-To tho Editor of TMo Bee: In behalf of the Trl-Clty uaraca union I thank you for the editorial pub lished In your paper February 14. Wo appreciate very much the attitude you have taken and the publicity you have given. this Trl-Clty Uaraca union In their efforts against boxing. Yours very truly, U. F. MARTI, JR.. President. Remit by draft, express or posiai oru. under wnicn claims ror injuries may BS?bi!centT.hi bo settled between the employer and - uiiJiiUu wjiiiuut uiu unci vtmuuii ul cpt on Omaha and eaitern exchange, not accepted. Well, I must r. hnvU. rnrnncntlng V. T. Bar- to having. Him I. .nrtavnrlnir to enlist the neio I main Rry mien-aium. .. tniiM. xtvr tn -iirn h. dozen real bo golnif. Wliat do 1 owe you?" 1 . 1 1 r-n . ! J ril - I .. nrtlat TStrr-inM. . Artllif Iti rnannnan in tlio Dnnnlnr I lmllnnn fnr lh bin how. tenia. .levi-iuuu i in v-... Omaha-The Bee bultdlnir. Bouth Omaha-Mil N street . Council Bluffs U North Main street. Lincoln tt little building. Chicago 1W1 Marquette building. Kansas City-Reliance building. New Torx-84 West Thirty-third. r: jr..- '' " TORBEHTO.Ultr. .... kings. Frl" iS'ttuldB be Tdd?es;i ru,"",B81"" l" " - Mrs CooU na8 opened a new dress lawyerB? Acting In roBtionso to the popular live Indians for the big show. dnmnmi for n law that would oro- The Brunswick billiard hall In tho Cal.l- tcct employers" and employes and "" T, , . I B.e ... . ,,, - . , ..... oponed In nil Its gorgeoUBiieBS. A splen- moir lamuies irom uio ruiiuciv m unoh waf) gct out ftld Mr Horn. of fco-Boeklng attorneys, former bercer. assisted by Ills popular men, Governor Aldrlch appointed a com- Stephen Ounsle and Mr. King, dispelled mission to- draft a" model ' act for the elixir of life with me hospiw.uy o. iikHaI mnttr iihnutd Omaha Bee, Editorial department In the Juvenile Court. OMAHA, Feb. 1C To tho Editor of The Bee: Much critlclim has been made about the arrest, trial and punishment of a number of boys and girls recently I . n T (invfl nr. . i iui 1.111:1. uiivi iviatiuiioi . . v. " .lininm nrcrciB. i i- t .ll.. ... nnma I.... In till. firnt UUUOl II1KI la lltt UOfll lliouo place," confided the first guest at the ox "us,y, out ,0 Knu. . ........ pensive hotel at r well known winter hall day resort on the south coast. So more did I," replied the second; but my wife Insisted on our coming. 'Ho did mine." replied the first, "ohe criticism today, as It has been, and nl ways likely will be, Is that It Is based on a misunderstanding of the facts. I know that if those who have criticised had been In the place of the court or tho JANUARY CIRCULATION 49,528 turo. The commission, nftor ex- mnUlnK eBtabllshment at lGie Capitol haustlVo effort), divided on certain avenue. details and submitted majority and Tho Baraloga lyceum is debating Ru minority blllo. Tho former covers solved, That capital punishment snoui i.i i. . - i... i i,nmi. ha prooauon oiucors or nau oeen jircaeiu, mm wo imu m "int J"-- - , ... . . ,. , , .,,,.,1 Smlthsons wcro coming, although I told ''"'":' her thnt I simply could not afford thn , 1 expense." second, '"but my Vlfe ;kld wo hid io wh- -f "avo done their very best SAID IN FUN. ! 'James irot dlriy In the water and It frightened him." 'It was the best thing wnicn coma have happened." how ao you mawo tnai ouit "If he was dlzry, wasn't his head swim mlng7" Baltimore American. "Isn't It funny?" "Shoot" . "The Greeks didn't do much In the Olympic games, but" "Say on." "They shine In America."-Callfornla Pelican. "Is your husband In favor of woman suffrage?" "I don't know exactly. But he is very polite and chivalrous In discussing the subject He says he Is willing at any tlrrm to sit down and give & ldy his Place in a parade." Washington Star. Mr. Oldbeau-Mlss Ethel, mav I not hone to er some dav call you my wife? miss Ethel nave you spoken to mamma on tne suuject7 Mr. Oldbeau Why er yes. I believe I did somo twenty years ago. Boston Transcript "Are you n reformer?" "Certainly?" replied Senator Sorghum, But remember that reform renulres con stant vigilance and care. I am now look- intr around mr name condition wnicn I can proceed to reform without danger of annoying some or my influential con' stituents." Washington star. but would have commended what was done. A good rule for us to follow Is to first know the facts before wo criticise BUte of Nebraska. County of Douglas mi BVot crnployer In tho state tho lnt- 'o abolished." 8CCondi ..DUt mv wlre nM WQ had io T.,(1 m,a.yv Dwlght Williams, clrcu at on manazer ' " K ' The lice remarks that It looks as u h... thn nrnWni!on wero com- nntl whole duty. erThs Be. Publishing company, be.ng tor exempting farm and household wltltcr WCI0 rfnlly oVer om becU8 t"0 urownsons wero com f Aulv urnm. aavs that the average aau !, ,., i..,.ii .t, rn.mn- i. , . , .n. nr- ,.!.. GET OUT OF THE LIGHT. ''Get out of my light!" Have they said It to you When you Intercepted The gleam that came through And darkened the page Where somebody was reading Obstructed the light That somebody was needing. "Get out of my llghtl" Do you know how It galls When someone's obstructing Tho good light that falls On what you arc doing Or trying to do, And thereby for a while Makes things dark for you? "Get out of my light!" Here's a lesson worth heeding There are pages In life Human souls must be reading; God's sunlight falls freely, But how can they see If Its rayB are obstructed By you or by me? "Get out of the llghtl" Reflect with a smile The light of God's love. 'Twill make effort worth wJille; And souls that are striving Will do better by far If they see the sunshine 'Stead of clouds whore you arc. BATOLLi N13 TREIjE. Omaha. cf The Bes i'uoiianing company. m uauiiuu6 mm. uuu imuooiiuiu wltltcr weio really over. ?.uI,.,!w2'f;lh notwithstanding tho farmer Is oenoral O, O. Howard delivered an en- lsu. was ,bs. dwiokt WILUAM8, Nebraska's largest manufacturer, tertainlng lecturo on tho battlo of Qcttyj- motlve In writing this except Bubseribedln n'SS fnTXovn The farmer and lawyer, therefore, burg at Brownell hall. aaaS k!TLSSP .aaS- haro discovered a point on which to J" ir , Notary Publl (Gal ) Subscribers leaving: the nltr temporarily honlit hiiTf The Ilee tnlled to them. Addresa itIII bn cbnnaed often na rrquratil. wife of Frank Ti-vrr.t nf thn TTnlon Pacific died at the comoino tnoir opposition. family residence. 1109 Pacific street Besides these two Important lililB, fifteen others havo boon dumped Into xtventy Vearx Agi .tho loglBlature. Tho oviaent intern A crowd gathered at the evening incut Is to accomplish tho Uofeat of any Mng of the Board of Fire- and I'ollco Coin "Why, look here, my name la Brown- th welaro ot the, boy" B"d f'r,s of ur , city and a sense of Justice to those whom I believe havo been unjustly criticised. son.' "And mine is Bmltlisonl" warmly by tho hand. - Chicago Inter P1'0" ."lce'.or hl j"ven"e I am not an officer connected with tho nor delated to any of the boys or girls but I know tho facts of which I speak as I was present at the hearings of the very naughty little boy-he was the criticisms: Ocean. Applied Christianity Because he had been a naughty little boy sent to bed without any pudding. But llfcai !. 41 U.-Lll 1 .. - - w.h.v. unit Prooauon oiucer unouia legislation on tho subject by con- missioners expecting to see soma ..- ... . :...... """"""-- ""T not have entered the house of one of the Marlero 1. now nt liberty to no and fUBlon. If. losfl BUbtlo efforts fall, m works over tne petition wnrnnm ' '" "Z, rl or made the raid, but If he knew - " l ' ... Inllntrert mlnpnnilllrt nr nuioona. DUL ntu uifwiiBin ip, u. uai.ui ii.fc.w .w-v join tho older Dim. Good morning. Did you get a ro Jjato on your water bill 7 In- ""1" .- . - -- i. wrongs wero being done, should have - - i jk ik. .ta ..i f'niaf umi trt rnnir i n i nviirp. iiriii. aciimit: iiilii mu iiuiai Ji oaiu .... . uiap(iuuiii.-u, iui inr " " prevented them before that time. Yet tho moantlmo, no ono who la at u - .1 .l 1 1 a. thai n at-nni 1aW .. - - . ... . . 1 . I . 1, 1 tL.. lurillUU will uuiiy Hint n dmuuo ..." floor ntUl read a long lll Ol luiuc l mo niumur. ,uch nfirBon wnllM ,rv limtlv hnva of this kind la urgently demanded by about saloon and gambling and social "Mummy, you told me never to go to crltlcl8cd tne oftlcer ,f ne hftd lnterfered tho vaBtmaJorlty ot omployors and evil regulation, purporting to show thit sleep till id maao peace wun my "' wlth tho conaUct of tho boys or girls l. thl. tn It l tbla H was simply fine and so action on w ! ,u " """" Without sufficient proof to Justify him The big Boston rubber company , ' ,,, which .ho Mtl-vlc. pet! Ion was Postponea ror ana .or - " before the people, and without tho proof , - ov, - - week, The chlcr saiu mat no nau niu uinuer iuuikih. -tuu i.-.. policemen break down doors "five Inches thick" to get at violators of the law and had gathered JI.OOO worth of gambling device In hla efforts at enforcing the has bounced Into tho hands of a re pelver. I England continues to' dig at our canal bocnuso of tho proposed toll System Islaturo should listen. 'A Wise Decision. (lonornl rollef will bo folt over tho I. decision of tho eastern railroads nnd Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Barrlger returnd tholr firemen to submit their differ- from Denver, where Mrs. Barrlger had Tho Idea, of udder mllTc delLvorjH8 to arbitration Jri thlfl country .BtrlkoB ub as utter "l w,u ""'." valid. Dr. and Mrs. Hershey of Denver sines to mo voraici, nun a5cpmpflnle! them and tho Barrigers re- tlally romoves tho posBlblllty of a umed their old resldcnco on Twenty Courts Aid Crooks jibnsenBO. which ho wan able to get with such a raid. And wo must remember that often ome good people with the welfare Qf the young at heart aro tho urgent reu sons for the officer's actions, Second That the boys' hearings were M. n nllp. rnron lliu "IU b"" PUUIIU. UIIUII ilia llt;Ol IUU DOA ICUUa MO IU CAlit'lllVO tl our words. This wo all admit Is. unfair. 1mtnna rt 41ia tint'a itrlm davit Imaii a. I lit) ((UUBUUII IB UJIO Hi dcuuuo -uvvh i . dd -Irtl, nr r-nrta .... , p p. . I tui i A its wa nuiio v V v ttu iivi ka An invcsiIKUUUll o.l urn '.u. v. -v.rvthlnir chnpirpH mrnli.at tliflm Judges of the municipal court, having hi . . arInc . when colirts render its activities uso- Xfr. .Tnhn Tlarrtf rncnnt nvnorl- Strike which, at this tlmo, par- second street. J.m).K""' .,u . ". or proved latter. The boys' hearings, ex- , . ... . trt. nl iM,iMil,n Iviiifflit ii lot MUrlHdlCt On in ponco cases, guuns nmv . ,,i.u i fi. . .... l ..l.i Mnitlnvlu rT AttplnA mntl Wntl n . " w r. - ,- ... ... I vtllil mu Ul iilclll, null uww.i t.uu u.w.i ones leaves nomoming w uo sum ..... vinrnt for il.MO on which during the lust four months, ot iau con- f ,h. mp1 ti,.. n.voniu to build the Franklin sohool. tlnuances were granieu law ja to, help, rather than to hurt the iTnniiniianca is ino cuiiiiuuu memw OTon for intervention. i havo disastrous effects out tho country. It through- Is not The Board of Education designated U. flundwlctinit ln hAtwnnn twn nlnznn. Imnnanlliln Ihnt In thn ovont of a . lirnmin n arnmlnn tho additional no- defeating Justice. Itncsses disappear or im ninhA iMin cnango mcir minu, in yiuiuuo boys or girls; corrective rather than pun Itlve. It should not bo destroyed or Im paired, nor should wo seek vengeance tho young or their Innocent r i .lM. . I. . . 1 .1 , I. n l,nl .in,. ...nMi.MH Hnn.M . . . m , 1 r1 dm,. Kn I mlrlltna rlnnnnllAil hv fcunalo of Mexican history. como Involved 'and transportation eT" FSSiTtS T&SSTZ Cfi" tally .uarnlyiod. along with tho nnt- .... - ,,.r,fin .tun fleers Ib wasted and tho crooks eventually I, ,,,, .u ,!,.. .,f nr Ten per cent reduction on tho 3G- urI train of other evlla.' Firemen, .,on t0 BCt ft recrt.Qnt employo of tho W.- go free. Jn.spme cases as mahy as ton tno b0 reported that the shock upon tho centrato isn't oven a tuo to nwnaio. no, oaa than onglneora hav.o proved h. Bennett company, who had absconded continuances navo oeen k.' tmpalred health of tho mother was scrl "Why doesn't fthoJVatbr board malsol t0 .bfe- cool-headed -and cbnservatlvo with some of Mr. Bennett's money, Rood? under such clrcUmatances, and yet scondltlona becon to iio gravo. Tho Ira cnrs,AK Judges and the suppression mado tho rnoro difficult of crlmo ous. "That" was carefully investigatea ; The boy had confessed all his wrongs before the court No attempt was made V I A I..Ml.nl lii.lnt. rA I a .tlia fT a nrnrnKi It. J . ,. ' -..-, . i,..i' ihu" . . . . V ...... i " iytiwi. iiin."v . .. j..-- tu naVo a private hearing as to mm b . uIOT,,luVliiuWo. lu u, u.um flromon Blooa fIrmiy for arbitration ev. n:awarQ rrcuonw Arei " ilonaU Pickpocket. .From April,!,, wui. to l0 mothcr AVtt8 taken to a hospital and naa been nrresiea tne eon WRg permitted to go to a school t6t a change. In Moxlcan presidents . . ninpr,,miin net .B0 that In ito hls rfs'Bnatlon as pastor of tho iCountze FobrUary 7 jgis, he "an? peace. . andra.gne.Un the . it t, "f I wmoriai ijutneran cnurcn u. nwem u and arraigned, In th.e Chicago court rour- . erei tho court under tt8 customand adoption they havo ga nod tho first Lall t0 a congregational church In Bing- Lcori-. tlB jAhsuy crtm.kh.nd one, !la 0' ent hm anyway Whr 1 . ..... t-.i.' j- -...i 1 iMoiiiiiiuikrj oioi jn mo i-uiiiDo nnmion, n, x. ' mrH iif rietroit. AinwanKoo nna n , ,. ah ... that in capture must, imvo muuo uu a.um i-. , , ., , . Mrf.nn rBPive.l a dUnatch - a .71' in th i..t nou,a " tiuniuiuuiii. jiiui, uu.iu.,0.) I -- : - ---- r i-iuniBtu. outoiuiu - mother? loiter, the same was none unaer Important to tho public,! Which is In- ""m Hammond or Wyoming, in., tnree- cltes BOnt htm on his way ro- ,ke clrcumBtances, as to another mother torestod only In a peaceful anu or ncnard.oni drBmal,0 editor of The Bee hlne8 ,mpo,ed. but no record of tho fines "1 ueriy ouicoiuo. for some tlmo prior to ISO. Mr. lucn- ardson hod left Omaha some three years KTntni.nl bororo to enter a DaiiKing nouso in wyo- dent la the hoart of that Chicago bftBMt who "sobbed like a child" whllo confessing. The honorable water commissioner knows -whoro ho. can alwnyB got com fort and supportnt tho offlco of the Double-Endor. Thn clrlii' hcarlnir was had first. having been paid. In the remaining dozen Lnow tho court nnd tho probation officers , . mlug In which his father-in-law was In It Is qulto natural thnt tho Omaha Unte(1. He was survived by a widow, World-Herald should now bo oppos-' and a daughter, Jean, aged 16. I Instances continuances enabled snap his fingers at policemen. htm to "One startling disclosure of tho In vitattcntlnn." mivh thn ltcnrtl-Herald. lng, H roductlon in wntor rntHs In I Peter Chrtstenson, 88 years of age, one ia that frequent continuances seem to fiiusoun nign scnooi courso pro-1 Omaha. Kor yoars It clnmorod to"' 11,0 i"u"'" u. n..u De grantca oniy 10 ivoreu persons, vide- for gardening instruction. havo tho rates reduced. Then tho V ' , . iJa 1 it J I 1 .I Aaiuii rr iui ituu i. wd. u v i'iuuuv ttufv mey rii snoum toucu 011 mu duuik plant waB privately ownou. inow cmet9ry. that tho publlo owns tho plant, tho I Central Labor union adopted strong Wnrld-Hnrald arcueSi at much OX-1 resolutions opposing Judge Bmlth Mo f ,,nc hr.w whv tlinh'berson of Council Bluffs, said to bo an peaeranccs In court, 1 aspirnnt for appointment to a placa on "On the other hand, tho average potty rates HIIOUUI noi UU muuiuu, thn uene. circuit court of anneals, nrlmlnnl nmili. nnd .iisnallv ir. ns tnnnv This is about as consistent as tho contending that he was unfair to labor. continuances as his lawyer wants. On courso of that publication ovor Is on Representative J. A. C. Kennedy said he ot tho prop'tir seed . . f . weather forecasters Bbotild re member that "words aro good and only so when backed ty deeds." It b the snow wo qcod. When a citizen Is arrested for violation 6f a city ordinance ho. usually wants the casp to be tried at once and to have It fare of tlle boys and 8lrls ot our city and tried to have that hearing In prlvato ao far as could bo under tho law I understand that was also done as to the hearing of the boys. That camo later, Wo cannot blame the reporters for the newspapers. Tho test of a good reporter Is that he knows tho news. That Is his business. Tho Omaha newspaper report ers Btand the test Probably tho wet disposed of so he will not have to neg lect his business to make frequent ap The same man who doos not havo jto worry ovor income taxes Is also spared the annoyanco of deciding on the stylo ot his now automobile. any question. Was the real Intent of tho literacy tet to excludo Illiterate Immigrants' or simply to cut down tho number of foreigners entering tho United B bates? "With its record-making Hat ot bills and its constantly growing group of Investigations, the loglslaturo plainly lias no intention ot getting through lb sixty days. The Illinois legislature seems to Siave alight regard for what the peo ple by their votes at preferential (primary elections may say as to the choice of senators, Governor Morebead and his cohort ot colonels Tvlll lead the New Jersey division in tho inaugural parade This must bo a roward to Nebraska tor its services at Baltimore. 1 1 1 But possibly tho heads of health department and Hoard of Education wllj settle their differences some flay to the relief of the publlo. Dr. PRICES Grs?mBakmg Powder Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is free from alum and lime phosphates. Made from grape Cream of tartar and absolutely puW. Its use is a safeguard to health, for it actually aids digestion, and relieves from all anxiety as to the "wholesomeness of the food. On the other hand each attempted imposition .of an alum baking powder upon the consumer is a covert attack upon the health of the family. Of course, no grocer would knowingly sell injurious food to his customers; but he has himself been deceived as to the true character of the cheap powders by their manufacturers. Forewarned, and solicitous for the health of her family, the housewife will be influenced to a constant watchfulness and a stubborn resistance against the danger. Baking Powders sold at a lower price than Dr. Price's are almost invariably made from alum, and therefore in ferior, and prejudicial to health. L had a mind to Introduce a bill In tho legislature to compel men to voto at city elections. Ho thought It would be In the Interest of better elections. the face of It there Is only ono way this question can be viewed the deslro of the criminal element to tire out prospective witnesses." People Talked About Stories in Figures Philadelphia, banks have 3S0.S33 counts worth il66.836.41T. Over 10,000,000 cigarettes aro consumed every month In the United States. Klghty-two per cent of the trains In New York state run true to schedule circumstances. their parents demand that such matters should be written up, by which means n.any parents are out on their guard and their children saved a like error and exposure. But It seems that names and addresses of tho children should not be published, but that rests, of course, with tho management of tho paper, and no private hearing can over prevent an Omaha reporter from In somo way getting tho facts. 3. That the, parents of tho rich boys should help maintain tho girls. But let us seol Tho evidence shows, and this I know, that the first wrong steps on the part of each of the girls was with a boy n0" ofpoor parents In the 'same grado of so ciety, just as would naturally be tho fuct. Tho boys of wealth naturally do not Asso ciate "with 11 girl In poor family circum stances as -much as the boys In similar This perhaps should not time. bo, .but It appears to bo the custom, and A cotton factory to cost $1,000,000 and hn all oases referred to the boys of Maybe tt there waa less, of politics nnd more of real business In the management ot the water plant, owned by the city, the consumers would stand a better show for lower rates. The loose-bottom dump wagon is leaving Its trail over the city streets again, and no effort seams to be tnade to check it What is the or dinance governing tho hauling of dirt tor to refer tot The Democrats and Tolls. Congress having decided it could not dlsposo of tho problem of ca'nnl tolls at this session, that interesting question falls to tho lot of the in coming administration, by which it must bo settled without much delay. "Tr-r will ba'no solos In heaven," Is Ono can but- conjocturo aa to. thoTthe pjuuraueq given out In Chicago by outcome. Tho Daltlmoro platform, Kunsas preacher, What will happen to while denouncing subsidies by pro- d;0a 18 restrvca or a 8UMuet toctlon as unconstitutional, favors . T,...u, ,r "nvmnntlnn from tolls of American ...... .1.. ....n IrT.i ' shlpa engaged In coastwise trade Vision nVaVe by him wv.oS i t ."the "T Wrker" " ln reUh' "n" V," w ,than basslnc through" tho Panama canal." supreme court during the forty-two .... - . . ... '.,.. mr' . ... Tliat evldontly Is Mr. Bryan's post- hat h8 hns acM os ft acret ot cotton land In Mississippi, pay- peered, other than the differences ln the tlon..and presumably Prosldont-eloct, JU"" mh.uu .ury- nR t2.ooo,ooo. . grade of society, so we see the injustice Wilson's nnd Judging from the stand Tl JL "vniylwo years service, is There ftw new,paper8 published In of such a claim. Wo forget that the J.,. " . ' Jln. ?eJU": ?v,c Le?SUer.a "Ply tried to So(lth Atrlca In whIch v mm ls L t of tne boya have hcart-ache as T" " . .7 , . . ; 7 urea.K JOI,n J-8 Br p cn lV JS"'J'nleeni" vested. They give employment to 4.00J well as those of tho girls. We forget that O'Uorman OI now torn, is 10 uo uo- warn, out pneumonia was tne oniy power Ruroneana and 6K colored neonle. earn haa a mother, perhaps, and each a tended by democratic leadors. that succeeded in turning tne mo. Tha ,aUlt dreadnought, the Fuso, be- father and that they are human beings. Tho Now York World rebukes I.yman P. Urant of Columbia Fails has jng built ln Japan, will be able to throw No better Juvonlle law ls In existence, rvnnrmnn fnr tnldne "hla democracy been appointed by the state of Malno U broadside three times heavier than No bcter and fairer Juvenile Judge ever 7 - - iJn in nnn ,tv nlntfnrm 0USt0Jlan ot a lure cow moose, which that of the original dreadnought, from a Joker In one party platform followed hlm ,10mo from th6 WOOds lau I when tho whole body of the organ- June. The animal has become domestl- Uatlon'a faith tor generations pastlcated and now forma a part of the stock ls open to him." It denounces the on Mr- "rants farm. froe toll system aB plain 'subsidy that "imposes, additional burdens upon the people." .Thus wo are likely to see Borne lively times within the jrahks of the dominant party after March 4. on this important Question. Mr. Bryan, the reputed author of the platform, will be expected to come forward with the proof that exemp tion frop" tolls of coastwise traffic Is pot what the World and others de clare it to be. No matter how contemptible tho methods of a quack doctor, nor how heartlessly he preys on suffering hu manity, be can always find support la the columns of at least" one Omaha newspaper. Legitimate ad vertUers ought to make a note of tils fact. Business houses are alio known by lie company they keep. J, Ham Lewis explains tho pres ence of a big utility corporation man at the head of his financial backers ln the race ho ls making for the sen ate by s&ylng It ls but the expres sion of friendship born- in the "days of adversity." And any port in time ot storm 1? a friendly port. The highest paid officer ot the stato ot Missouri Is Frosldent A. Boss Iflll of tht University of Missouri, who draws S7.CO0 Mexican Fracas tat upon the bench than him who has been criticised. No more fearless and honorable probation officer can be found. Few of us would wish to assume his bur dens, bo we wish to embaruss tha court, and tho officers, and the efficacy ot the law and do these officers a great In- ,St. Louis Qlobe-Democrat: If the Mext- I Justice and be responsible for the wrong a year. The governor gets 3,00. There cans are to oreet every president with that we may be doing ln the future to are. however, a number of officials who anarchy they win never get one mat suits, the boys anu gins or umanar are paid by the fee system who receive I Washington Post: Will Port Diaz several times as much as the governor kindly Inform Panolio Madero if there ls "King Menellk Is alive," Is tho latest vacancy In th Expatriated Latin word borne over the sands of Africa American Presidents' association ot Paris? Bully for the negus of Abyssinia. A Uva Cleveland Plain Dealer: Possibly Ma king ls worth a billion dead ones. Tits dero'a greatest regret ls that he tinkered gaiety of obituary writers will suffor a with tho Judgment of the court-martial surgical operation when King MeneUk wt-loh condemned Felix Dlax to be shot "kicks the bucket" for good. after the Vera Crux insurrection. Mrs. Ella Wood Dean of Chicago, Indianapolis News: It is "the dread ot author and horsewoman, ls having Iter something after" Intervention that re tomba.tone made, with appropriate, a?- strains both president and people. And tl.Ha trlmmlnss. In advance of tha well It may. That Mr. Taft's policy may ceremonies, Mrs. Pean Is an enthusiastic have the Justification of complete success advocate of higher art as a cemetery W'H be xh hop of decoration, doubtlesa feeling that rest-1 Philadelphia Lodger: Americans may C1T1ZKN. Worldly Vagaries After they demonstrate tho suc cess Qf the "organic" plan ot educa tion, which proposes to teach chil dren, without tho aid of books, per haps they can devise a way to teed the'm without victuals. Even a successful checker player works on the square. A coquette is a girl who syndicates her affections. This la a sour old world for a man with a sour disposition. Charity is responsible for a lot of worth less advertising. Even light beer has been known to dents aro Justified In klcklijg against the be thankful that every effort Is being generate a dark brown taste. present confusion of styles. made to avoid a situation that might con-1 u0st women know more about men Mrs. Ida Porter-Boyer, until recently celvably lead to that peril, but If the ex- than men know about themselves. field secretary of the Ptnnsylvanla ecuttve were an amoinous man, or a Wa nuid rather have our faults over. Woman Suffrage association and a suf. warrior, or nuea wun rrm a ue;ro 10 ro- j looked than to overhear them. frage worker or national reputation, nas cue n.. pan, fnen cjm , baok at thelr pat ,cn. to uetrou to , no. a wanting to dodge up an alley. 10 tna local oreiuiiwu vi huiwuh -.- o -- - --. mnr ,.mnBr a man has th. morn blame It on his wife. se the good of having thank God. for Taft v a secret If nobody Is to Know about It to tha local organisation or surrmgettea or amaxing me .a, u cm. ,.mn. In gaining tho passage, of the referendum conjectured that he might, in the twink- e.m7 "mp' bill in the legislature to bring the que-' llntf of an eye, change the very destiny he is incnnea iq d tlpr. -f sutfrag. before the people at tleJ of this nation. 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