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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE KUllNDEO 1T HOWARD nOBBWATHIl VlCfOJl ROBBWATKR. BD1TOH. UKK IHJILUINO. FARNAM AND 17TH. Kninrui rim.ha nnatnfflce oa second' ciais mailer attnolMilirrmN: Sunday Bte. otle year ,....imj Saturday Bee, one year Dally nee, without Sunee.y, one year., j w rt tvpnftl tiv f'AM.MElt. UEtm j unnu . . . Evening and Sunday, per month.. ... Evening without Bunday, per montn Dally Bee. including- Sunffay. per mo 400 I6o 6&C 4SC Address all complaints or Irregularities In delivery to City Circulation UePt. REMITTANCE. Remit by draft, express or postal orter. payable to The Deo Publishing; companJ. Only J-cnt stamps received in P of small account. Personal checks, ex cept on Omaha and eastern exchange, noi accented. Omaha-The Bee SUIIdlna-. Bouth Omaha 2318 N street. Council UlUffS-14 Nofth Main street. Llncoln-K Little buiidlna-. Chicago 1041 Marqu:te building. Kansas City-Reliance bullrtlnsr. New Tork-S4 West Thirty-third. St. Loula 402 Krlseo building-. Washlngton-TO Fourteenth St.. N. w. CORRESPONDENCE Communication relating to news ana editorial matter ahould be adflresaea Omaha Bee. Editorial department. FEBRUARY CIRCUIiATION. 50,823 State of Nebraska, County of Douglas, ss: Dwlght Williams, circulation manager of The Bee Publishing company, being dul. sworn, says that the average Jally circulation for the month of February, 19IJ. was 50.K3. DWIOHT WILLIAMS. Circulation Mansa.r. Subscribed In my presence and aw.irn to before me this 7th day of March. 1913. ROBERT HUNTER, (Seal.) Notary Public Subscribers lenvlntr (be city temporarily ahonld hare Tito Ilea mailed to them. Address Trill be chnnired nm ofteu n rrquentcd. City today. charter convention election March means to prove ltsolf the beat little lamb In the Nebraska fold. Tho two remaining Madoro broth erB are talking' of another revolt JiiHt talking of It. Mother five at any. rate was not bothered with-tho problem of how to live virtuously 6n $5.n week. Ia tho fellow who persists in Jam ming the aisle of the street car tho one who, complains' most about "bad service?" No wines or liquors are to be served at the White House In tho next four, yeftfs. . 8(1)1, that will bo no deprivation, to most of us. The Immedlato causo of our fatal hotel fjro has not been discovered, but the effects are apparent enough to call for certain corroctivo methods. The judges bt the district court have told what-fine fellows tho law yers are. who pr&ctlco before thorn. Jit's up totio lawyers now to say a few Hind wprdsTabout tho judges. Only five bills passed by the pres ent session of tho Nebraska, legisla ture up to the governor so far. Dut then one of tho five appropriated the money to pay tho legislative sal aries, A California wqtnan caused a sorl ous explosion by lighting a furnaco in which natural gas had accumu lated. What If Bomoono were to strike a match in tho halls of tho Nebraska lcgttlature? For sixteen years wo had ono Wil son in the cabinet, and now another -Wilson Bits at tho tablo. With this record and precedent, no presidential cabinet of tho future will pass mus ter as genuine without a Wilson in it. Our amiable democratic contem porary already sees a good democrat appointed by our domocratlo gover nor to hold down that $3,000 elec tion, commissioner ,Job, and cannot restrain 'its exuberant. Joy over tho propect. '. Yes, Tho Deo is against labeling the voters of Omaha as more dishon est than the voters of other cjtlos and towns Jn the state. If a partit ion system is good for Omaha. voters, why not let it bo applied generally without favor or discrimination? A young woman, representing ' tho federal bureau of labor as Its special agent has come to Omaha to study retail prices In connection with tho. high cost of living. 8ho should havo no trouble In finding them providing she has brought a stop-laddor with her. iour city government touches you closer than your state govern ment or your federal government, That Is why you are vitally Inter ested in the coming home-rule char ter convention, and should help elect the men who are to make the char ter. Collier's Weekly declares we have reached the point in this country where the native birth rate must bo speeded'up to counterbalance an im pending falling off in Immigration. Yes, but. the .Immigrant have as a rule bees' thfe ones who have ex pedited our native blrtb rate. Some one has called attention to the fact that during the administra tion of President Wilson as chief ex ecutive of Princeton not a single negro Jtudent was permitted to enter that Institution. It is no wonder that our colored cltiuns are a Uttle apprehensive, as. to where they come In, If You Do, Vote for Heafcy. If you want to continue to pay tho present exorbitant water rates and endorso tho repudiation by tho Water boaid of Its promise to rcduco them, vote for Heafey. If you approve the secret water meter deal that makes you pay $3 profit for a 16 meter, vote for Heafey. If you favor special rebates on water bills for personal pets, or po litical pull, voto for Heafey. If you endorse that private sale of $7,000,000 water bonds for $200, 000 leas than could havo been had through compotltlvo bids, voto for Heafey, If you favor tho scheme to make tho Water board separate and dis tinct, and superior to and beyond the control of tho people of Omnba, vote for Heafey. Federal or State Control. The country Is justified In assum ing from President Wilson's Inaugu ral utterances that ho means to pro mote development and conservation of our natural resources along ag gressive lines. He could not do less and live up to tho platform pledges of his party In tho campaign last year. Tho presldont deplores our "Inexcusable waste" and "shamefully prodlgnl" habits with reference to our resources, tho human cost of which ho implores the nation now to stop and count. But the Question propounds Itself, what will bo the tendency of tho president as between federal and state jurisdiction? Will he yield to a disposition of demo crats In congress to divert a largo measure of control to tho state?, or will he favor tho more practical policy of national control of national re sources? Doth his Inaugural ad dress and the platform aro silent on this point. The inference most natu ral from both is that federal author ity will be paramount, with perhapo just a flavor of tho old state's rights idea. The country has come to view conservation as a federal question and, while duo rights of states must bo recognized, It seems hardly prob nblo that federal control will not be come the policy of tho new adminis tration. Commisiion Plan in Lincoln. Having elected to come under tho commission plan of city govornmont, Lincoln is sooti to choose tho officers who sro to Inaugurate tho new de parture for tho city second In sizo In the state. As applied to Lincoln, tho commis sion placo provides for ftvo elective commissioners, or councilmon, who aro to recelvo $2,00t a year, and are to conduct all the affairs of tho city without any exceptions, and nlmoBt without limitations. One of tho $2,000 commissioners will be good enough in Lincoln to 'run tho "water department along with several other branches of the public sorvico, and In thl Lincoln will havo tho advan tago'of escaping conflicts and clashes botweon Independent municipal authorities, and avoid costly duplica tions of work. Under tho commission plan, too, Lincoln will for the first time era- ploy the so-called nonpartisan ballot In a municipal election. It will be Interesting to soe whether the experi ence there, as hore, produces a con test merely between groups of candi dates self-linked togethor across party linos, and divided purely on local Issues. In an effort to arouse' public In terest In the Impending change, tho Lincoln Journal bits the nail on tho hoadwhen It says; It la now admitted that there it uoth 1ns miraculous about this system, and that It la Juat aa Important to have good man In the offices as It Is under th old form of municipal Kuyernment. Hearst and Snlzer. Mr. Hearst Is pounding away In his newspapers at Governor Suiter as vigorously as If he had always op posed him. Ho has recently excorl ated htm editorially under tho blaok type caption, "Sulzer Has Put tho Job Through for Tammany and Wall Street," with this declaration In the course of his fulralnatlont ' Governor Sulier's pretense of lndt pendence of the Tammany alliance with big thieves and little thieves was dissi pated at the first hint from Fourteenth street. During the campaign for tho nom ination and eloctton Bulzer was adopted aB Hearst's apodal candldato and praised as the ono patriot quail fled by experience, association and Aspiration for governor of tho Em ptre state. His election was hailed as a Hearst triumph nnd was undoubt edly due In some measure to Hearst Influence. Dut now the tables aro turned and Bulzer 1s donounced as the pliant tool of Tammany, and other evil Influences. The Dodge-Hltchcock-Howoll Der tlllon system of registering voters la specially designed to make It dlffl cult for forelgn-bbrn citizens to vote, and to disfranchise those who have not had tho privilege of schooling. It practically establishes new qualifl cations for voter In Omaha and South Omaha that aro not demanded of voters outside of these cities Note that to save that part of their bill designed to make them Immune from the home charter, the Water boarders are now ready to trade off the revenue from tne stock' yards, which they originally Insisted was tho only thing they were fighting for and would never ylel BackWatd liOOKltU ThisD itiOraalia COMPILES TROM DEE. FILES I OOP MATtfTTT 11, ? OOP Thirty Years Aro- A feast was spread at the Millard hotel In honor of Charles McDonald, the Far nam street merchant, about to leave for New York for a prolonged absence, dur ing which time ho Is to annex aa his wife, Miss Anna Ryan, a beautiful and accom plished lady of that city. Tho gentlemen who gathered to give him a proper send off wero: Messrs. P. P. Shelby, John Rush, N. II. Falconer, (', V. Oattagher, John McCreary, M. A. McNamarn, C. F. Brennan, E. A. O'Brien, William Gentle men. F. D. Cooper, Frank Dellone, John M. McMahon, a P. Reynolds, It. E. Rlckerby. Thomas Tallon. W. A, L. Gib bon and M. McGuIre of New York. Henry Slert, one of the substantial members of tho Gorman colony, died, leaving a wife and three children. William A, IIIcKlnf. president of the Omaha City mission explains that pa'tt of the pravslons collected at tho schools for tho mission have been diverted through misrepresentation, and appeals for further contributions to replenish the cupboard that Is bare. City Attorney Howo Is of the opinion that the new viaduct law Is unconstitu tional. Andreen & Valeln have been awarded tho contract to construct In the basement of their new bank a series of safety vault under the supervision of A. D. Avery of Chicago, to cost 112,000. Twenty Years Ago John Rush, marshal of the day, gave nut the line of march and a few other de tail agreed on for tho celebration of St Patrick's day, which was to be upon nn elaborate scale, Richard O'Keeffe was plnce in charge of the procession. Matt Goring, the Plattsmouth lawyer, addressed the .Tacksontan club In the evening on the "Issues of the day." David Bennlson of the firm of Bennlson Bros, wa making fine progress with the erection of his 112,000 rusldenco on Bouth Twenty-ninth street. Just north of Leav enworth. Rev. W. Franklin Smith, pastor of First Universal church, resigned. Tho jclttzons In that part of the city known as Gibson made emph&tlo protests to Mayor Bemls against the practice of tho South Omaha .stockyards dumping their offal there. Ex. Governor James E. Boyd took oc casion to deny knowledge or authorship of reflections upon Secretary of Agri culture J. Sterling Morton, attributed lo him In a Chicago dispatch. He had never heard of or seen the assertion, he said. until he read them In the newspapern. and they did not represent his views of Nebraska's distinguished citizen. Ten Years A co- Union Paclflo passenger and frelgnt trains collided at Gllmore at 10:30 p. m killing C. P. Hayes, fireman on tne freight, who lived at tho Metropolitan hotel, and Injuring Joo Hawley, engineer' of the passenger, who lived at the Bur lington hotel, and Mr. Churqt, a bag gageman. The collision occurred at the end of tho double track. Miss Alma Eggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ersers of MUlord, and Mr. Frank Hanson, of Omaha, were mar. rlcd by Rev. Charles W. Harned at the home of A., 8. " Hnllenbeck, 224 South Sixteenth street. Tho groom Wait a motor man for tho street railway company. About thirty guests attended tho cere mony. Mies Maud Pearson, head of, the refer ence department of the bma.ua .library, resigned to accept a position with the Steel club library at Jpllet, 111, Hazel IE, Cochran, 11 years of age, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Elbert II. Cochran, 1007 South Thirty-sixth street, died at the family home. . ' Mrs. Goorge Hardy of Perry, la,, .was tho guest of her slster-ln-la.w, Mrs.' $t A, Haskell, I82fl North Eighteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Love were prepar ing to open their country place near tho Country-club during the coming week. People Talked About Uncle Joe Cannon Ms. going .on a trio around the world. Pleasure beckons the old warrior to scenes that wlil';blot out of his mind Washington's' spectacle of woe. Parading suffragists ore urged to tern per their Indignation with pie thought that th democrats haven't had a real blowout for sixteen long, weary years. and Just- naturally overdid things In Washington. (A few fingers of the wine of charity will help some. Medicine Hat doffs Its cady to 'Calgary as a weather ructory. Dunns- a recent fire In the latter town, Medicine Hat vouches for the statement that a stream of water directed at a third-story window was frozen on the spot and the Imperilled people on that floor slid down the ice pole to safety. Can you btat it? Dr. O. W. Richardson of the depart ment of physics In Princeton university, has been elected to membership In the Royal Society of Great Britain, nn hon orary sclentiflo body. Dr. Richardson is honored because of his Important experi mental discoveries fundamental to the electrto and kinematic theory of matter. Ono of the eleventh-hour Jokes of the late congress struck Senator O'Qorman of New York In a tender spot The senator objected to the extravagant size of tho pork bar'!, which carried 13,000,000 for a public building In New York City. The accommodating house struck out the Nov York Item and turned the knocker into a screamer. Including tin vieo president among the officers manning the democratic ship of state tliern are seven of the twelve trained for the law. two are educators by profession, one an editor and pub lisher, one a manufacturer and one miner. Only two of the lawyers followed the profession m to the present time, three were officeholders and two Bryan and McAdoo, drifted Into other lines of activity. Ten of the twelve aro native born. "I have been insulted by a congress- man," exclaimed a speaker nt the Equal Suffrage league meeting In Chicago a few evenlnga ago. The sympathetic aa embly for over an hour poured vocal wrath on the head of the absent states man, and was about to adopt ringing resolutions of censure when a demure suffragist asked the nature of the Insult. Tho offended woman explained that ner daughter, seated on a symbolio float, nad been Jeered at and when she complalnod to the congressman he simply aald: 'Madam, you should have ktpt your daughter at home." Whtreupon the league adjourned to think it ovr. I 1 . Seeing Omaha Beatrice Bun: Omaha will have a spasm of Investigation and a few fire escapes will bo put up, and possibly somebody will pass some fine resolu tions. Nebraska City Press: Omaha has had a lesson and is now willing to do Its Investigating. For yeara It has been a notorious fact known by nearly all strang ers with Its gates, that Omaha hotel facilities are fifty years behind the times. Albion Argus: A great deal Is being said about the small wages girls are paid. While they aro asking for higher wages and scrambling and crowding each other for places In stores n,nd other public places, free, room and Board and light work wait them In homes of people who find It Impossible to find compctont and willing help to do housework. It Is no trouble for a girl to get 15 a week In Omaha with room, board and extras thrown In, two afternoons and all even ings out,' and only part of the work to do, but the glrln don't want to do the work that by heritage nnd tradition they should do and could do safely and profit ably, both from financial and propriety reasons. Ellgln Jlevlcw: The fire ought to be an Incentive for hotel keepers to tako every precaution for the safety of their guests. The Omaha. Bee has detailed a special reporter to visit all of the Omaha hotels and each evening prints ti couple of columns about the hotels und tells of the conditions as they exist. By reading these descriptions It Is seen that Omaha has very few hotels that are fireproof and still fewer are provided with ade tiate fire escapes. The Bee Is doing a great service in showing up tho con ditions, and should result in a great amount of good, . Pender Times: The Omaha Bee is play ing peanut politics when It continually charges up every Uttlo eat of the Ne braska houso of representatives (It doesn't like), to democratic inefficiency. The legislature is getting' along nicely; Is passing some good measures and will probably enact n law or two that it shoudn't have, but this thing of brow beating legislatures is getting chesnutty and makes Intelligent people weary. Fremont Tribune: It has been discov ered that tho Omaha Water board bought several thousand dollars'' worth of me ters at a secret session. Doubless an other rebate proposition. The question is, who gets It? Bridgeport News-Blade: The Omaha, Bee Tuesday had a cartoon showing a company of suffragettes marching to the music of fife and drums; but the women were all standing on their heads. And the editor of The Bee Is a married man, too. Grand Island Independent: . There is always something now under the sun. Who, for Instance, ever anticipated such a bitter quarrel at Omaha over waterT Twice Told Tales lie Blessed It. A teacher of et SUrtday school' class trliid A "Impress: Upon" her 'Vodng charges the toeeislty'dfl blessing th -food before eating. -s ''Billy," she asaed of a Uttle fellow whose father was an elder In' the church, "what prayer does your father say be fore you eat your dinner?" "I dun know." "Well, what did he say this morning before breakfast?" Billy meditated; suddenly he remem bered and beamed. "He said, 'You kids go slow on the butter nowl It's ' 40 cents a pound!' M Judge. Fi tin My Kxclninatlons. A Cleveland man who makes a prac tie of chooslnc his words "with care, a practice which he has endeavored to In still Into the family circle, made a mem orandum of the misused words uttered by his son and daughter during a recent breakfast. Here Is the result: Elegant, nineteen times. Awful, eleven times. Dandy, six times.. Fierce, four times. Great, two times. When the meal was over the head of the household called the family around htm In the library and gravely read the totals to them'. "Gee, that's fierce!" said the son. "isn't It awfull" said tho daughter. Cleveland Plain Dealer,. Unusual tiholr. An old farmer and his wife lived near the village church. One warm Sunday evening whllq they sat dozing on the porch the cricket set up a'loud chirping. "I Just love that chirping noise." said the old man drowally, arid before .the cricket had stopped he was fast asleep. Soon afterward the church choir broke Into a beautiful chant. "Just listen to thatl" exclaim od his wife; "ain't It beautiful?" "Yes, murmured the old farmer sleepily, "they do It with their hind legs."-P. I. P. Political New Brooms Nevada has ratified the amendment for popular election of senators. Mother's pension bills have been squelched In the senate ot the Indiana legislature. Salary raising bills are the moat popular brand 01 atatemanshlp on exhibition In the Nw York state, capttol. A "blue sky law" on the Kansas plan has passed both houses ot tho Iowa legis lature and by the legislature of Vermont. A slam at the middleman whom "no body loves" these days. Is proposed by a bill In the Wisconsin lagtslature. pro viding for an Industrial commission, which wlU procure and distribute In formation which will bring producer and consumer together. A bill for an act to make Justice fret for pc-jr people is pending In the Kansas legislature. It grants authority to off! clala of cltlea, towns, villages and coun ties to appoint a Judge, vrho will serve without pay, to .hear and aettie auch mat ters aa small .debts, lndlvldua'wage. dis putes,' etc. No lawyers, no technicalities, no feet. Parties to the dispute will do their' own taiktng to the Judge in his office or at his "home as may be con venient TJie objtct is to stop court costs In minor cases. Illustrated by a bill of JIM taxed against a wag dispute Involving About the Water Hoard. OMAHA, March 10. To the Kdltor ot The Bee: I am addressing this letter to all honorable legislators. The 10th ot February, 1913. I received a monthly water bill from December 10, 1912 til. January 11, 1913. According to tho meter 100 cublo feet wnu consumed, tho mini mum tax Is TO cents per month. Jt Is visible I was forced to pay &0 cents per 100 cubic feet or 21 cents moro for noth ing. March 8. 1913, I received a water bill, from Jonuary 11, till February, ttlj tho water bill states that 300 cubic feet of water was consumed. I read tho water meter every week. February 15 I read tiio water meter, 200 'feet of water was con sumed, worth 53 cents. They demand now 79 cents. This makes 26 cents to piy for nothing 36 and 24 cenus I am skinned of BO cents for nothing. The present water board Is a pestilence; It will drivo the small consumers to re bellion. We havo a republic, but this Water board Is a disgrace to our repub lican system. The Wuter board charter has no room In a sensible republic. The dcspotlo Water board drives tho Inhab itants from Nebraska. To improve the bad condition the city government must havo the supervision of everything thnt belongs to the city; henco the Water board must bo abolished. It wns an unpardonable idiocy to estao llKh a separate Water board Independent of tho city government. We have home rulo. Every honest and intelligent legis lator In Lincoln without question will support horn rule Intact. The legislature may enact a law that the Omaha Water board haa no right to enact, a new regulation without consent of tho city council. The above sontl mcnts aro Indorsed by scores of consum ers of water. M. TBL.T8HIK. 627 North Twenty-first Street, S. O. Home Utile In Elections, Too. OMAHA, March 10. To the Editor nf The Bee: I notice that there Is pending before the houso tho election commis sioner bill for Douglas county, and that It puts tho appointing of the commW sloner In the hands of the governor. This bill should be amended bo that the commissioner will be elected at the next general election, allowing the governor the appointing until that time. It seems to me that If wo are going- to have a pure election, that If the election commissioner cannot come under the some law, as all other elective offices, than what is tho good of this office. We believe In home rule. That has been the cry for a long time. The laws should be amended to that effect. FRANK WILCOX. Hard Coal Cinch St. Louis Republic: The profligacy of tho coal trust in giving Its laborers $1,000,000 out of 13,45O,0O0 taken from the public on their account is excused by the fact that tho trust had to.do it. Indianapolis -News: When the coal men can Increase their prices 26 cents a ton as a result of increasing the pay of the miners 8 or 10 cents a ton, the ultimate furnace feeders begin to understand why they had to spend their next summer's vacation rconey for their last winter's coal. Pittsburgh Dlspotch: The anthracite coal "gentlemen's agreement" Justified Us advance in the prices on the ground of the Increase in wages. Tho. Department of Commerce, however, shows that of 'tho 113,400.000 advance In prices last year, M000,000 was due to Increased wages and $9,4110,000 was tacked on because the com panies could do It. Therein do we get a line on the whyness of tho high coat of living. Boston Transcript: The report ot the United States Bureau of Labor, that since the anthracite coal strike last spring the companies have paid $4,000,000 more in wages and taken J13.450.000 more from the publto is rather startling. It shows that In nil strikes that affect the necesarles of life it Is the public tltxt pays, though not In all Instances ure these extra burdens Imposed to such an extent nt the source of supply. New York Tribune: This use of a strike as an excuse to mulct tho coal buyer was In accordance with the custom o coal operators. After the Btrikcs of 190 And 1902. they raised wages 32 cents a ton an'd prices to the public Jl a ton. The Tribune last spring estimated their profit from that transaction at more than J300.O00.0OO in a decade. When there Is so much money as that in strikes will the anthracite coal Industry ever be free from them? Editorial Snapshots vtr..himrin Post! The famluhed -.owd at the pie counter maka New York" la mous bread line look ilko In ilr.k tea. Chicago Uecord-lIeraU: Piobably Colo, tiel Bryan meant nothliu by his refer ence to his tenure of office as "uncer tain." Ho has lived long n :gl to nutv most things are "uncertain" and poll tics doubly so. Cleveland Plain Dealer: At the same time it will be many moons bfoxe tha name of the new secretary of agricul ture becomes as much of a household word as wan that of his predecessor. Chicago Inter Ocean: It mayn't be a cabinet of "legal luminaries" like Mr. Taft's, but thf fourth cstnte gets Its dues, with Editor Bryan, Editor Daniels and former Reporter Lone in the seats of the mighty. Houston Post: Our patriots want to serve because they lovo service and not because they love money. Of course, they will want, their vouchors to come promptly In order that the business repu tation of tho administration may not suffer. St. Louis Globe-Democrat: The chief distinction of the new attorney general Is that he assisted a republican administra tion to prosecute, convict and dissolve some of the greatest of the trusts. And that is not a small distinction, by the way. Indianapolis News: Notwithstanding the change of administration, there are still some demoorats that arc not happy. And thby won't bo happy until they know whether they are goln to get a govern ment Job or wl! have to keep on Vot ing for a living. -'And maybe, they won't be happy even. then. Iot, n Sure- Sign. Cleveland Plain Dealer. -The fact that President-elect' Wilson rave up his seat In a car to a woman doesn't necessarily mean that every man who' hereafter practices this act of court esy ti necessarily a federal offlccseeker. JOLLIES FROM JUDGE. The harp that on. e through Tata's hnlls Hent forth Its thrilling tone Neglorted hangs on Tara's walls They've got a graphophone. "Does your wife want th vn7" "No. She wants a larcer town hnu. a villa on the seacoast and a new lim ousine car every six months. I'd he pleased most to death If she could fix her attention on a small matter like the vote." Washington Star. Gerald Pratley Is an awful tightwad I Oeraldlne Is he? nraMT .... - - ... ... .u - .iiuuiu r.n.3 no IHUQni 1 1 T Won't PVPfl fall a tnM. n t.l. - - pense! read Mrs. Newlywed from a new cook book. "Oh, dear! I can only cook this r-gg oncel" Me If 1 rnll n "twin" whi. t , . ' - . WfT, , t.J Will b J rail ma "mop?" Bhe If you do, she'll wipe the floor With you. dlndvi Hrlan i.rilnU. 1nnlrA In church this morning! .Mpojsviiicnuv she had nothing on her mlntl but her Knsler hot! "A famntiu nmtn linn fl,l,.....t. faVBriln chair at a sale In London re-et-ntly." "At ny rto, hn will find Hhakospearo's elial? uuBlur to fin than his shos." fliwnueF (ineeUnR ae'iualntanoej-irallo, Pfrnrtl Oh, I bay, do you believe dreams aa hit Annt m ! ah mart j nn, 3potiger-Well, I ilrcnmt larl ulcht that K nr. st piy interns? ircawniJiii io CkmstioatiSft 1 WW " , U i -tvajsTU-ATJOir I -t tjoocOTx Cor sr rv""T "vmw i 2aLS5.S!y?l,;'?iSr fiKkoav AucXoxb mm HO JTMUHUTnl. on fen or 0, trot , botUo Your printed matter is absoluteljyithout value if it is .not read. " ' If It Is well illustrated, you will bo stire people will read It. Furthermore, o picture often tcflo tho story at a slnglo glance. If you havo your cute and illuetnitionH mndo in a newspaper engraving plant, you may bo certain that they will print woll, Tho requivoniontB of making outs for news paper illustration aro go severe that It re quires tho vory host ability and machinery, Our RrtUtn, our plant, eonnlstlna of thn finest, newoat and latent equipment, nnd our skilled work men nro ol your command &t the vory lowest rates for all klnda ot art and engraving work, Bee Enrfravitirf Depatrhtietti MM) bEAUTIFULLY DARKENED WITH SAGE TEA. Says ,Sago Tea Mlxod With Sulphur Restores Natural Colorand Lustroi tirnv, faded i.r turned beautifully dark and lustrous almost over night, l a reality, If you'll take Uii trouble to ml sawe tea and puiphur, but what's tho iis, yuu Bit n large bottle ot the reuiiyttn.ues tente, palled "Wyelh'a flam and Bulphur Malr Itemed?'1 at dmj atorac lfirr tor about M petUs, Millions of bnitlsi of: '"Wyeth's" are sold an nualiy, paj'S 4 well known druggist,' ba. cause It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell It hu boon applied, you just dampen a sponge or soft brush with Wyeth'a Pago and flulphur and DR. BRADBURY DENTIST f 30ft Faroatn Bt. SO Xaxm B Ertrecttng 25c Up rllllncc aoe t r Crowns (2.SU I p nrlrfgewQri. . . SS.HO I"p rutec ...... icwj up Pmtmet Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE The Food Drink I asker ou for the loan of $10 and you refused. Nthart Then that proves my theory you're not going to ask me. Good dayf Boston 'transcript. "Paw." Inquired the humorist's bimhIJ son, looking up from Ills picture book, "whnt Is r. toreador?" The humorist rubbed his Mnmussary glnnd for a minute, "Well, my win," he replied, with tie: liberation, "a toreador Is a bully boy of Spain." AN ANALOGY, Boston Transcript. V "Pot nan pfceralilui; cigar," p ho. 111; 4 a AiR ft mi Is iJauail To meet hit; mate eh soma (ia, . " Just pa am) titnn tha wan flatcs up And. like tha 'weed" st; ped, Wlltoi) us a ml a preeerist) the fact lael Bonn dnth lose his head. A man, like p, plgar, Kelt; I'aljort," And pemeUmoa nf tha town Hoenmea the hiltt-ho also piav Jie by a friend "thrown down;" Same weeds, and Bums mun, tou. ace' rank, Pome Beareeli' have a flaw, Pome nro Ilka aotors. Uiouh'h Veil puffc They can't be made tn draw, Wives see another likeness still (Thnutjli Jhla Ihulr hiiBuanrts fjnut) A man, like a olgap, la spoiled It hfl b let ho out, Anil lasily, this analogy ThPli' finish does pot mar Jlnth cwmo tn pshea In the end, The man and tho cigar, ear r- th ordlnftrr mi . nrr aim- wostt oooat it, takes any old ssvorwi tw a-quicx action, cofttinuous reminder that yom at any Druir stora to-dor. rJMrl! An RRflV ffl? draw It threueh your hair, UUIna n emal strand at a time, Those whom hlr Is turnlnar uroy, beonmlnfl; faded, dry, Borasely and thin have a urnrjs awattlnti them, leeaus4 after Just pun application the aray hair vanishes and your leeks become, luxuriantly dark and beautifully all dandruff, goet, scalp itoh. Ing and falling hair "taps, This. Is (ha age ef youth, BTtiy. haired, unattraatlve folks aren't wanted aroilnd, pu get busy with the Butsa and Qulphiin tunluht and you'll ba HniHawl nt ymir youthful appearance and the real beauty and healthy condition' of your hair With Jn a faw days, Jmiulry at drutf more hers shora that they sell je(a v( "YVyeth'a flatja. and Bulphur" and tin folUa UElnif it are cnthuslasn, Phorman A MeOonneli Drvtj Ca joj Po, lethi W So. lathi 997 N, milii Nth and Farruim His- Advertisement, ornca. Phono Dan., Mlsatns Teeth supplied without Plates or Bridge work. Nerves removed without pain. Work irnar auteetl ten year. for all Ages Others are Imittiloai SHBHsSBsBHaVa