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THE BEET: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1913. V THtf OMaha Daily Bek rOl'NDEtt BY EDWARD ROSEWATBR VICTOR ROSBWATER, EDITOR. SBEB BU1LD1NQ. FARNAM AND 1TT1L Entered at Omaha rostofflee as second ttUss mAtUr. ' TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION! Sunday Bee one year Saturday Bee, one year l.J Dally Bee. without Sunday, one year. 4.00 Pally Bee, and BunCay. one year.... S.W " DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Evening and Sunday, ver month.. ...40e "Evening, without Sunday, per month c Dally Bee, Including Sunday, per mo. esc uu v ilea, wunoui aunaay, .,..-.... Address alt complaints of irregularities ery to City circulation uept. t nuMtTTANnt:. , Remit by draft, express or postal order, fcayable tn The Bee Publishing company. Only i-Cent stamps received In payment iof small accounts. Personal checKs. ex cept on Omaha: and eastern exchange, not accepted. OFFICES: Omaha The Bee building. . South Omaha-MU N Street. Council Blu-14 North Main street. Llncoln-N I.Htle building. Chlcago-rflOl Ilrarit building. New York-Room 1108, 283 Fifth Ave. St. Loul-a New Bank of Commerce. i Wahlngton-7 FourUenth et.. N. w. 7 CORRESPONDKNCE. 'Communication tclatlruj to news ann ledrtorlal matter should, be addressed Omaha Bee, Editorial department april CIRCULATION. 50,106 tate of Nebraska; County of Douglas, .si i Dwiriit Williams, circulation bikiosit it Th. IMhlUhlnir rnmoaliy. ulr sworn, savs-uial tne average umiy ine monin oi Aum. i DWIOHT WILLIAMS. belnrf 1913. Circulation for the Efl.lOg. DW circulation ami-aavr. i a,HAiH.,4 in mr np.iAnM and sworn to before mo thl 3d day or May. wis. ROBERT HUNTER. (Seal.) Notary Public. 1t " Subscriber leavlnir tba city , temporarily should hare Tho D j moiled to thero. Address will be' changed n often as reqneaUd. The union barbors ask for shorter tours. Next I ' Buffalo Bill is beginning his most HucccBsful farewell tour. This Nobraslia wheat fields havo Egain taKen on mat jook oi roaay toncy. 1 Between naughty pictures and iBaughty dancer tho censor of our public morals la kept busy. Adtnlrablo as Is Secretary Bryan's strict sense of sobriety, folks may differ as to his taste for substitutes. Bn far. fortunately. Junltor Pluvlus jjiss kindly consented to sprinkle our 'ptreeta without quibbling over the ater rate. M Burning the arena, where a nugil- W was killed la a little llko closing x i like barn door after the horse is Who Should Foot the Bill? According to news dispatches from Washington, a commlttco of high railway officials has beon in conference with the Interstate Com merce commission with reference to the physical valuation of railway proporUos which tho federal govern ment is about to tako up through the commission. In the meanwhile various states, beginning with Wis consin, and Including Nebraska, havo undertaken to make physical valuations of tho railroads within their respective boundaries, being tho very same railroads that would tome within tho purview of the fed eral authorities as Interstate car riers. ; Nebraska, for example, has al ready paid oik many thousands of dollars In putting tho value upon the physical property of tho Union Pacific, the Burlington, tho Rock Island and other roads that are really parts of great trunk lines crossing tho continent arid travers ing many states, The results of this work, if accepted by tho Inter state Commerce commission, will save all that money to tho federal treasury, and In the other states which have not begun physical valu atlon tho work will bo wholly at fed eral cxponse and without cost to thorn. Manifestly, this situation constitutes an unfair discrimination that ought to have the attention of congress, bo that tho burden, if not assumed altogether by tho federal government, should at least bo shared between It and the respective states. Wo commend this proposi tion to our delegation at Washing ton, . 1.1. liOOKltU TkisD( COMPILED CXX3 BackWarxl muraaita 'ROM DEC riuxa ? odd MA 2rt. Distrustful of His Democrats. . President Wilson takes occasion to denounce the "insidious" lobby, which he says Is present in Washing ton, exerting Itself to secure modifi cation of the tariff bill, particularly in the interest of the wool, growers and sugar producers. Tho natural In ference la that the distrustful presi dent is afraid that tho administra tion prossure and promlso of patron age rellod on to hold tho democrats In lino, is being counteracted by the visiting strangers and letters from homo, and that tho administration program Is in danger of suffering a setoacK, He seoms to bo In doubt about his own democratic crowd. Every democrat who falls to reaf firm support for tho president's de mands may prepare- to bo accused of having boen corrupted by the lobby. The vers its case of Thoodoro Roosevelt Mr.- WhatyoumacalUt,,. bids fair to become a bully; mid-season sensation, "Tho Steel trust has boen a power for good," Mr. Schwab is quoted as saying. dividends. Yes, especially good There Is a' great deal of ap prehension that the; Ananias club is in a fair way to another Increase In membership. , The demand for a free bridge across the Missouri . is not , halt so insistent as tho demand for lower 'water rates. Republicans ' havo taken stops looking toward a revision of conven tlon representation. In this matter the republicans are the progressives and the other parties tho bourbons. It the, ltd is really on in South Omaha, 'obeerva that ur reform democr&tio sheriff, 'Who was so loud la his boasts about strictly enforc ing the law, had nothing whatever rto Hoi with It. That moving colony of grasahop pers five miles. wide and eighteen ffiiles long, downnujsrew Mexico is hereby warned not to fteadthls way or wo .shall bo forced to purmp a quarantine agalnut them. Tho Graduation Gown. Tho resolution of tho girls In tho York High school graduating class to limit tho cost of their dresses to $6, Is suggestive of a wholesome tendency, particularly if it is of so rious- Intoht and not' merely another fad. It may not bo practicable In all cases to fix doflnito limits, but it does soom to comport with the spirit of our system of popular edu cation to minimize the Importance of extravagant attire on such oc caslons. If this tendency could be malptalned throughout the school year, it might have an even more wholeaomo effect. juoys and gins unable to cope with some of their matos In tho mat ter of expense, ought not havo the' unprofitable ox'aniples of ex travaganco sot to them, and young porsons ablo to afford such displays would bo much bettor off without them. It Is most gratifying when n graduation brings a true apprecia tlon of relative values, .as .seema to bo tho case In the York school, Tho roal cultural effoct of education which represses the Ignoble rage for display and makes young folks son Bible on theso subjects Is doslrablo and here suggested. The sweet girl graduate Is quite proverbial and we venture to say that she loses none of her sweetness by simplicity of dress. If tho United Btatea is "ludi crously unprepared for war," - It Is not the fault of the powder manu facturers or. the armor plate manufacturers. These editors' wives who are In vited to become the guests of tho euffrage clubs should remember, be fore proceeding further. Ss'. their husbands, being exceptions to tho Tulo, have the lost word. Washington, D. c, nas a grass widow, who, it is said, finds herself unable to subsist on an alimony of 22,000 a month. It might be in terestlng to have her views on the poor shop girl and her wages. The confusion and delay among the democrats (n formulating a cur rency hill need. not suggest the fear that conditions will become so In choate as to call for Dr. Bryan's Tarprlte old. prescription, 1 ' ;. Difficulty Is being encountered in securing enough civil war veterans ,,to flu out the speaking programs tpr Decoration day exercises at the fachools. Nothing else could so forcl bly emph&alie the flight of time, but the fast disappearing fighters of fifty years ago may rest assured that the later generations will, not fail to keen ud the beautiful custom. . . , f yea though they cannot tell the ustory at first hand. The Lone Beaoh Catastrophe. The collapse of a decaying pier. resulting in many deaths at Long Beach, Cal painfully suggests the danger of letting desire to save money run away with other more important considerations at popular pleasure resorts. It Is a grim re minder of tho urgency of giving first thought to the protection of life at these places where people gather in such throngs to spend their money and enjoy themselvos. The least that should, bo done by those inviting public patronage is to omit no posslblo security for llfo and limb. This pier, which by the way belonged to tho municipality, had it seems, been unofficially con demned and already partly destroyed by the water. Indicating a Very hazardous condition. The responsl billty must be mot, so far as can be and would seem to fall directly upon the city. Already damage, suits ag gregatlng more than 1 1.000.000- are said to have been projected. From a monetary standpoint, to say noth lng of the Irreparable loss of life Long Beach probably would have been far ahead to have made the necessary repairs In its pier in time' to have averted this catastrophe. Twice Told Tales Nebraska Editors Thirty Years Ago Judge Georse XV'. Doane and wife have been called to Hatley, Idaho, by the dan gerous lllnen of Airs, Doane's brother, William Orecnhow, well known In this oily. Among the real eitate deeds Is one from R. Dufrene to George Warren Smith conveying a tract of 44 by 1G3 feet of lot Mock 7, for 11.500. Ex-Governor Leland Stanford's racing horses went through In a special stabled ear In charge of A. 8. Martin, famous driver of "Smuggler." Mrs. A. S. Raymond and Mrs. B. H. Hurnham qf Lincoln have been visiting with Mrs. William Alexander. Mrs. A. J. G rover, wife of the as sistant city engineer, has gone on a month's visit to friends In Chicago and Milwaukee. General Miles and General Schofleld passed each other somewhere near Omaha yesterday, the one going west, and the other coming east, on the Overland. The school board at Its meeting author- lied the secretary to buy a lawn mower nd have the grass cut In the High school yard. Arrangements for Memorial day exer cises are perfected. George B. Rathbun Will be chief marshal, and Lieutenant E. Mason orator of the day, with the as sistant marshals, Captain A. Allee, W. F. Bechel and Major J, M. McMahon. Mrs. C. A. Baldwin has returned from visit to her son and daughter In Denver. Twenty Yoanr Ago Health commissioner somera ana Airs. Homer returned from a pleasant trip to Denver and Salt Lake City. Fred Haller, a pressman at the West ern rrlnting company, was minus one finger, which the press got Rev. D. K. Tlndall preached a Decoration day sermon at Trinity Methodist church t j members of the George Crook post No. K3, Grand Army of the Republic. Be tween sixty and seventy of the veterans occupied pews in the front of the house. On the subject of conquering, the pastor raid i "Jesus won a victory over th. devil In the wilderness; Paul had It out with his satanlo majesty on the way to Damascus and won a glorious victory: Daniel, Joseph and Abraham won; so did Martin Luther and John Wesley. So can we all win a great victory over the devil It we only have faith in the Lord Jesui Christ and put our trust in Him." Muriel Held Cornes, Wt years of age, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cornes, 261B North Twenty-eighth avenue, 'ed of capillary bronchitis. Christ and Republicanism" was the subject of a discourse by Rev. W. P. Murray at Hanscom Park: Methodist church, In which the minister took occa sion to reply to some of thj things said In an address here by Father Sherman, ten of the great general. "The speech of Father 8herman was un-American," e said. Tho Bee contained a long article on the front page from T)r. A. Hugh Hippie, advocating annexation by the United States of Canada, his natlvo land. He tl-cught It would benefit both countries and that England could afford to lose Canada by such an alliance. Ten Years Arc Rev. Charles W. Bavldge was engaged In furnishing each of the thirteen fire engine houses of the city with a pic torial St. James edition of the Bible finding no copy of tho scriptures at any of these places. Friends of Rev. M. L. Copeland, who had charge of Zlon Baptist church for seven months, tendered him a farewell reception at 1914 Cuming street. Rev. Mr. Copeland was to leave In a few days for the southwest to continue In the ministry. With EM F. Kennedy, their local presl- dnt, trading the way, eighteen boiler- makers and their helpers marchee through the big gates Into the Union Pa- clflo shops and took up their tools after being on strike for about a year. Mr. Kennedy and other leaders had effected settlement with Mr. Harrlmnn In New York. Mrs. J. Benson was advertising In The Bee India and China silks handsomely trimmed with lace, 13.60 and up. Mrs. Walter B. Wllklna and Miss Dar- llne Buckingham returned from Denver, where they had been on a visit. Edward Dickinson and daughter, Mrs, Lvman. went to New York preparatory to sailing for Europe. Mrs. Dickinson did not go, deciding to remain In Omaha for the summer. Ilia Kelt tire .Mapped Out. The father of a bright young son went to a wise friend for adVlce as to what profession the youth shoutd be fitted for. The sage was brusque. "Let the boy ahoose for himself." he said. "But." protested the father, "he's too young." "Well," responded the wise man. "put! mm in a room alone with a book on theology, an apple, a knife and some small change, and see what he plays with, if he chooses the book, make a minister of him; If he takes the knife. make him a surgeon; If the apple, he'll make a farmer, and If he chooses the money, a banker.'" , Much relieved, the father went away, but returned the next day In great dis tress, saying the plan hadn't worked at II. "Why not?" demanded the wise man. "What did he do?" "When I went In," said the father, "he was sitting on tho book, with tho knife In one hand and the money In his pocket, ana eaijng tne apple." AW" said the sage, "that's easy. The boy Is a natural born lawyer. Ladles' Home Journal. Nerr I'orm of Mnsle. Ho was a fellow of delicate organism. When he heard a sound which Irritated him he leaped madly to his feet and rushed from the room or, If ho happened to be on the ground floor, dived through a window and landed In the flower garden. Having been Invited from the city to the country ho found himself surrounded every day by a family who had not the faintest, elemental Ideas of how to et soup. He stood it two days, his Jangling nerves urging him every moment to re bellion. Finally, the oldest daughter of the house cpnflded to him her objection to her father's ,hablt of eating soup In a loud manner. The nervous visitor, who thought the father didn't have much on the daughter In this respect, exclalmod: "Loud eating of soup! He doesn't eat It. He whistles ltl" Pppular Magaxtno. Too Deep. Two colored men were on an expedition to the colonel's hen roost one dark night. Mose had planted the ladder, climbed up to where the chickens were roosting and was passing them down to Ephralm, who put them In a bag. Suddenly Mose stopped. "What's Ue matUh, Brudder Mose?" Inquired Ephralm anxiously. "I's Just been thlnkln', Brudder Eph ralm, how me and you Is membahs ub de church, an' wedder It's right to take de cunnel's -chickens?" "Brudder Mose," said Ephralm, "dat am a great moral question which you an' me ain't fit ter wrastle wld. Pass down anudder chicken." Atlanta Constitution. Editorial Snapshots Charles E. Montgomery of Pllger has purchesed the Belden Progress and will tnke possession June L The CTofton Journal completed Its seventh year last week. The Clarks Enterprise Installed a new cylinder press last week. E. C, Drake, vice president of the Hetald Publishing company of Alliance,, has been granted a patent on an Improved form of harness buckle. The McCook Tribune celebrated Its thirty-first anniversary last week. For tho last three years It has been Issued twice a week. F, M. Klmmel Is editor and proprietor. C. B. Dosset, who has been operating the Axtelt Times under a lease for two years, has purchased the paper from the Axtell Investment company, an organisa tion of local capitalists. Editor Clark Perkins of the Aurora Republican, who will occupy the pulpit of the First Congregational church In Omaha next Sunday, has arranged with tho ministers of his city to edit ats paper while he Is here attending the ses sion of the state press association. The Central City Noriparell last week celebrated the dedication of Merrick county's new court house by getting out a finely Illustrated four-page account of the exercises. 8am W. Thurber of the Tecutnseh Chieftain Is borrowing clothes that he may be able to attend the editorial meet ing In Omaha the first of June. Sam will probably lead tho singing at the Ben son Methodist Episcopal church on B i day morning, as Charlie Pool Is goln do the preaching; there. The Elkhorn Valley Editorial asso. tlon will meet In Rushvllle Eaturdaj. June 21, when an attractive program will be arranged. Including a trip to Pine Ridge by auto. According to the Wayne Herald, auto mobiles are not used to being run by editors, aa wltnees the one at Hartlngton which dumped the editor of the News, wrenching one of his wrists and wreck ing the looks of his face. Adam Breeds, the handsome, distin guished and single editor of the Hast ings Dally Tribune, stopped In Aurora tor a few hours Saturday, returning home from a bear hunt in Montana, He had somo hatr-ralsln? experiences, bagged five b ar and accumulated it fund of yarns that will keep his fi lends entertained until the time comes to make his next annual raid. CHEERY CILMT, "So Miss Brown is married. Well I'm not surprised. She always despised her own name for Its commonness, and de clared she would ehange it at the first opportunity. By the way, whim did she marry V "A Mr. Smllh."-BaltlmOro American. t "Your house Is the scene of some of sooiety's most brilliant events." '"That's right," replied Mr. Cumrox. "My wife gives a lot of parties that I'd never stand a chance of being Invited to If I wasn't married to her." Washington Star. Parent Now, what are you going to charge mo to euro this boy of measles? Physician-Nothing at all, my dear sir. It Is an original case; and you get your 10 per cent commission for every child that catches them from him. Puck. Gllzsard-ril bet I've smoked fifty of these darned things today. Shykea (counting the matches on the floor) Old chap, you do yourself a cruel Injustice; you've smoked only twenty seven. Chicago Tribune. Creditor I should like to know when you are going to pay this bill; I can't come here every day In the week. Debtor What day would suit you best?, Creditor Saturday. Debtor Very well; then you can call every Saturday London Opinion. "Dinks appears to be more capable than the average federal office seeker." "Yes, he has found time to attend to his usual business, while he Is awaiting news from Washington "Buffalo Ex press. Clara's Sister (at boarding school) Must be an Insect Clara married Instead of a man. Girl Chum How so? Clara's Sister Why, In her letter to me, written right after the honeymoon, she snys she got stung' Judge. "And did you have the operation per formed?" "I should say not. By adding a few hundred dollars to It we can buy an au tomobile and get Into society that way ' -Chicago Record-Herald. Etchings from Life Louisville Courier-Journal; The Culebra slide, which Is causing a sensation In Panama, Is not, as Ethelbertha might Imagine, a variation of the turkey trot. Boston Transcript: Mr, Bryan is such an admirer of the dollar that one bus- fleets, ho has hlq eye on; that $20,000 Nobel peace prize. ' ' Indianapolis News: Do not get the Im pression that the Mexican revolution is not proceeding with Its usual verve. For Instance, the constitutionalists have just killed a hundred federals' near Sacra Philadelphia Ledger: Those delightful European nations are always, enthusiastic for cordial relations with the United States at this time of the year. The sum mer flight of American dollars has begun. Springfield Republican: A Japanese newspaper finds amusement in what It calls the American fear of Japanese ag gression, and .properly so. The Callfor- nlan Issue has been exaggerated as to the peril It presents, for war Is the last thing Japan desires. The question Is one to be settled upon Its merits, giving due justice to California as well as to Japan. Louisville Courier-Journal: The light to make an ass of oneself is Inalienable, But Mr. SUson should bear In mind that when President Wilson asks him not to make popgun speeches about war with Japan he merely urges him not to make an ass of his country in the eyea of for eigners who do not understand the un Importance of such speeches as Mr. Sis son is capable of making.' People Talked About What a mutual admiration society we are having in the membership of President Wilson's cabinet. Not one of them lets an opportunity get away A Pennsylvania town boasts of a woman resident 100 years old who never saw a train, a trolley car nor a telephone, en lived comfortably Just the same. a TVnnavlvanta. "man. who Is now 100 years old. has never worn a hat or cap, yet has a fine nude, spot on fne upper story. Tlv a, series of brilliant strategical movements, the Army and Navy club of Washington managed to dislodge its eight Japanese table waiters. Enrico Alessandrora' young Russian of Greenwich, Conn., la to be sent to IUly by Mrs, Percy Rockefeller and others In the hone that he will prove second Caruso." The colonial Smiths of Boston are go lng to separate the revolutionary Smiths from more recent arrivals. Any Smiths who can trace American ancestry back to 1783 can com In on payment of the regular ted. Rector a. B. Gilbert of KlUlngsworth Conn.. Is said to have become so Inter ested In fishing the other Sunday morn ing that ha nearly forgot to go to church and came in awfully late and all het up as It was. De Wolf Hopper and Nat C. Goodwin each has annexed his fifth wife. That's going some, thanks to the divorce mills. Their supply of ex-wives form an Inter esting chain of Intimate acquaintances stretching from !cost to coast. Nicholas Roemer, a printer of Mani towoc. Wis., has Just completed forty years of boarding with one family. When he came to this- country in tttl he began boarding with the Hoyer family at, the rat of W a week, and this rate has nvi been changed. During the forty years he has paid t.K4 for board. Judge Bruce of Maiden, Mass.. has or ganised a stone-throwing class for boys. Under the direction of a probation officer You don't have to go to a circus to see something tunny. Get a good look at a fat girl who is wearing a middy blouse. Transparent gauze waists and net skirts are the newest summer wear. Them as has curves to curve will let them curvo this season. Why is It that, a skinny girl always wears her Dutch-necked waist unbuttoned so far down In front that you can almost seo her ribs? I The average girl spends a whole lot of time In front of her mirror when she Is dressing and she Is just as bright as you are. Therefore, If she leaves anything exposed when she goes downtown, you con bet that sho knows It, So go ahead and get an eyeful. You won't be cheat ing or stealing anything. Things are getting to be the way they hould be In a republic' The wealthy girls are growing uglier and the. daugh ters of tho rabble are growing prettlor. Take fifty aristocratic debutantes and fifty maidens whose fathers work for a living and the latter half-hundred Will run rings around the former when it comes to looks and shapes. Poor old Romance is getting a black eye every day. Three Philadelphia pastors havo refused to join couples who fall to bring certificates of Inspection with them. A certified bride may be a good thing, but most men would rather take a chance than know that some strange M. D. was able, to testify as to the standard of physical perfection possessed by the girls whom they Intend to marry. Cincinnati Enquirer. Bryan as a Target Chicago Inter Ocean: Any one who wants to get an illuminating sidelight on the real character of Secretary Bryan should get a copy of his Commoner. Philadelphia Press: How Is Secretary Bryan going to keep up a reputation a man of peace If, as the Washington dispatches say, he l mixed up In a row with Senator Hitchcock over Nebraska patronage? St. Louis Globe Democrat: The ques tion of patronage Is causing a strong difference of opinion between Secretary Bryan and Senator Hitchcock (democrat) of Nebraska. When 'It comes to post offices an tdyllla peac la not always pos- slble. Philadelphia Ledger; Secretary Bryan cannot be expected to settle down all at once. So, the current criticisms about his being away from Washington more than halt the time since he took office must be tempered with the consideration that for many years his habit has been travel and his home the moving train. Baltimore American: Mr. Bryan .says that a man who cannot keep his party platform without violating his conscience should resign and satisfy his conscience that way. Ha seems to think that office- seekers of this modern day must have somo of the Bpartan In their composition. Overheated Patriotism.. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. Prof. Munsterbergs loyalty to his etn psror. of whom he Is stilt a. devoted sub ject. Is 'Commendable, but his apprehen sions of ulterior motives of the peace ad vocates directed against the fatherland are to be taken as somewhat overheated patriotism rathsr than the best quality of Harvard psychology. to throw a bouquet at some of the others. If the people do cot sp-'the boys are to be gathered In a large tircclato the eood nolnta of this, field and there mad to throw stones ..Mn.t it nt v.- -w. until "tney si ineir mi- n win oe aun w cv, .w uvt " punishment unless the wise Judge pro inuib, I vMb wtnAnwa nr haAa fnr nb1eet& Wtm Prarera Art Needed. Baltimore American. Now that prayers have formally been offered for the new republic of China, the soma petitions for help and guld ante mtght not be amiss for the Chris tian powers of Europe. Tabloids of Science The ultra-violet rays have been used to detect check tcVgerles. The working range of storage-battery cars Is constantly increasing Automobile, engines are Increasing In efficiency and the average horsepower shows a tendency to lower. The rain which recently fell In the val ley of the Ohio river waa sufficient to cover the entire state of Ohio with seven Inches of water. In the city 0f Vancouver the electric light companies purchase the sawdust from the sawmills and then by using it for fuel convert it into electricity ' and sell the current to the sawmills. Portable maqhlno shops are now in stalled in the basements of buildings un der construction. Much time Is saved by tho ability to perform many jobs on the spot which heretofore were carried away to shops. The hotel bell boy will lose his chief occupation when the vacuum cold water bottles are In general use In hotels. They form part of one of the fixtures of each room, and water placed in them will re main cold for two days. Horses falling on slippery pavements are greatly assisted In their efforts to regain their feet by throwing a blanket under them. Acting upon this suggestion. an Inventor has designed carpet-bag slip pers to put on the animal's feet on such occasions. Luxuries for Travelers. Philadelphia Ledger. Steamship companies are spending mil' Hons In marina monsters that contain every possible luxury for the traveler and the railways are building steel cars bat seem to be the final word on rails. On land and water we have safety and com tort advanced almost to perfection. It means the Increase of travel. There will be more people moving arpund this sum mer than ever before, and they will havo better times than were ever enjoyed. On Guard. Springfield Republican. Secretary Bryan's constant running about to conferences, congresses and ban quels, not to mention house parties. In volves no mystery, so long as John Bas sett "Moire remains on guard In Washington. Where the Red Man Fell Down. Pittsburgh Dispatch. In studying the Pacific tomI tangle the descendants of the noble ltd men may comprehend the omission of their an cestors In falling to pass i law pro hibiting aliens from owning land. Co. Lector I'm very proud of that snuffbox. I picked It up in Paris. Ingenue How very Interesting. Thfs mUst be the dent it got when the owner dropped It WHYS AND WHEREFORES. Chicago News. The end of the race Is not the coal.. The stakes are not the end of the gume. War Is but proving the valiant soul, Courtship and marriage are well, the same. Power of fortune or love or fame. Lures they be to tho soul of man. Fanning desire's o'ermastertng flame; Thus we- are serving creation's plant We dare where the storm tossed waters roll We brave grim death tor an empty name. We strain and strive for the paltry dole Of a woman's smile or of man's ac claim. Is this small guerdon our end and aim? We give what we have and get what we It Is, from the godB It came Thus we are serving creation's plan. So life's tragedies oft seem droll; At least It frees from a sense of blame To know that our structures from pit tq pole Are but lesser parts of a mightier frame; Then fre from folly and free from shame. The majesty of the scheme we scan. Rejoicing the halt, the blind, th lame Thus we are serving creation's, plan! L'ENVOL Prince, or whatever may be your role. . 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