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THK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, .Tt'NE 10, 1913.
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE FOUNDED BV EDWARD RU 8 K W AT tXt VICTOR ROSBWATSR. BP1TOB. J1EB OUILD1NO. FARNAM AND KTH .t nmihi t-ontofflce as second tlass rottter. TERMS OF HUBSCIUPTION: Sunday Bee one year f K Saturday Bee, one year ioo Dally Bee. without Sunday, one year. J.w Dally Bee, and 8unday, one year.... a-.w DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Evening- and Bund tor. per monVV Vh Kvenlng. without Sunday. Per month c Dally Bet. Including Bunday, per mo. e Dally Bee, without Sunday. permo..c Addreis all complaints of Irregularities In delivery to City Circulation Dept. REMMTANCB. , Remit by draft, express or poetal order, parable to Thellee Pub ishtmr eojnPany. Only J-cent lUmcs received " P9m5j of smsM accounts. eron.l cli . ex cept onlbroaha and tastern exchange, not accepUf . Omaha-The Bee building. South Omaha-t8N Street. Council Bluffs-H North Main sireeu Uneoln-Si IJttle building. Chicago Wl Hearst building. . NeVTYork-noom 1106. , Fifth Me. St. Louts-e03 New Bank of Commerce. Washlngton-TO Fourteenth B. Communications relating to ""I editorial matter should be adarnssea Omaha Bee. Editorial department MAT CIRCULATION. 50,261 Stat of Nebraska. County of rwuBlas.M: Dwlaht Williams, c rculatlon manager of The Bee Publishing company, bels SEW &hr. " ROBERT HUWTISIl, (Seal.) Notary Public Subscriber leavInK the c,t'r temporarily should bbt The Dee nailed to them. Address vf 111 be changed aa often aa requested. Too Much of a Showing. A compilation presumably made In bohalf of tho firo insurance compa nies to "show" Missouri that It Is pursuing a mistaken policy toward them represent tho ratio of loss to rnto there- as muoh greater than in surrounding statos. In Missouri It la shown that the firo rate is 97 cents ns against a loss ratio of 73 cents, whllo in Nobranka tho rate averages $1.07 to a loss ratio of 52.2 cents. Iowa and Kansas have the same av erage) rato as, Nebraska, with loss ratio of 68.5 cents and 73.3 cents, respectively. From tho insurance raan'B view point this makes a flno showing for Missouri, but a mighty poor showing for Nebraska. It means that Ne braska has been paying $2 in premi ums on its firo policies for every dol lar returned to policy holders for losses. Not only this, but that Ne braska 1b being taxed disproportion ately to pay the fire losses In other states. Dy tho timo tho underwrit ers got through "showing" Missouri It might bo a good thing for thorn to start in to show Nebraska. Looking DacWatd Jkis DiV in Oraalia COMPILED TrOM DEC ccaC JINK 10. FILES ? OOP More auto accidents nearly ovory day. Slow down. Fishing Is tho most popular pas time of hungry politicians. How old is Ann? la a back num ber. Why do thoy split skirts? Someone nominates him for presi dent of tho Milk Consumers' league Extending tho froo list must not bo confounded with lowering tho cost of living Where Is the old-fashlonod man who used to call on his wlfo to cut his hair? Count on our Ad club delegates to let Baltlmoro know that Omaha is on the map. This little falsotto breath tho weather iiaa tokon may sorvo the use ful end of scaring away grasshoppers Perhaps a trial of roformed Bpell lag on those New York teachers vould show them to better advan tage. Neither commission plan nor woman suffrage appears to be ablo to sttU tho turbulence of municipal politics; fa DenVer ; "Will Hearst run Clark again in 1916?" someone asks. It might be & safe guess to say that Hearst, would rather' run Hearot Tell That to the Marines. In tho entertainment of tho editors South Omaha served wine and cocktails In abundance at tho banquet, and the Commercial club of Omaha put rum In tint lc cream. That Is the kind of com petition that & town like Lincoln expert ences some difficulty in meeting Lincoln Star. In tho languago of Mayor "Jim," lot our Lincoln friends "tell that to tho marines." Who over hoard of anyono visiting Lincoln, oven in Its dryost days, boing compelled to stay dry except through ignorance of whore to go and what to do? Omaha entertains its guests by trying to treat thorn right. Whatever enter tainment is offered here is freely and publicly tendered without any Invi tation into tho back, room, Omaha loaves it entirely to oach guest to de cide, without duress, whether they will stick to unfermentod grnpejuice or sip something more sparkling. The peace movement is gaining fast Tho only trouble is that the war movement seems likewise to be gaining. fast, if not faster. Judging from the reports of drouth Id, those southwestern states, it sooms that the rain, which falls on the just, sometimes mUscs tho unjust. No Confidence or Sympathy. If war Is averted betwoen certain Balkan statos It probably will be due tho interposition of European pow ers, Thoy may havo tho lnfluenco to provent It, but It bocomea lncreaa lngly evident oach day that if loft to themselves tho wrangling neighbors of tho Bosphorous ore likely soon to bo at war. Thoy have evidently lost all confidence and sympathy In each other. It thoy over had either, and the absence of thoso makes it noces sary to depend for poaco upon out sldo lnfluenco. It seoms Impossible to hopo for tho Bettlomont of their differences now through conferences of themselves, for thoy havo con' fcrrod upon every question and phase of question that has arisen without coming near to a mutual agroomont. From tho first of the Turko-Balkan war conflicting selfish Interests of tho allied statos were ap parent, and after the common foe was conquered It was but natural that tho clash should como botwoen tho victors ovor tho spoils. This clash assumes much of tho character ot tho survival of tho fittest, show ing the alllanco to have been but a tomporary expedient and the entente cordlnlo such In name only. Still, anyone as oagor to ho a mar tyr to a great cause ought to bo ablo to find a better way than being tram pled to death in a horse race. Kansas gets the prite for the prot- tlest girl In the country. Modesty toust have restrained our Nobraska girls from entering the contest. So long, however, as dare-devil Joy riders continue to enjoy Immu nity from deserved penalties, the in nocent bystander will havo to look out That is an Interesting story about "How a Funeral Story Sent Clark (Speaker Clark) to Congress." An other funeral story might be written Aftermath of Meet Thirty Years Ago General O. O. Howard delivered an address at St. Mary's Avenue Congra tlonal church on "The Tlan of L.U. dealing with the causes of success and failure. , a irnrh society ot the Irish National league was organlied with the following oillcers; 1 J. Murpny, promcm, . Foley, vlco president; Mr. Torpy, secre tary: P. OMaliey, ireaur, raised for tho Parncll indemnity iun". Omaha Is now furnishing St. Louis wun ci ackers, a car load having jusi uec.i shipped from the new Qameau iacior. The remains of George wcncie, a resident of Omaha for twenty-seven years, and at ono time member of the city council, were shipped to Courtland vllle, N. Y., for Interment John Roslcky had gono to Milwaukee aa delegato from the local lodge to the supremo lodgo of the Bohemian Benevo lent society. Hon. C. F. Catlln, now a resident ot Chicago, was back In Omaha on a visit for tho first time In three years. Mrs, J. D. Van Dyke, mother-in-law of Chief Engineer Butler, left for her homo In Fredonla. It Is rumored that negotatlons are In progress for the erection of a fine union depot by all the railroads, to be located on tho present site of the Canflcld houso on Ninth and Famam, Mrs. J. M. Thurston. 2420 Harney street, is advertising for first class cook, not caro for the members and the vlsl- Prccaatlon Well Taken. Newman Grove Reporter. The pastor of the Northslde Christian church In Omaha Is a wise man. Just before wo commenced talking Bunday morning he had the collection taken. By doing this he avoided loss In case our talk should scare the congregation away. Warm Spot In Editorial Heart. Nebraska City Press. Nebraska editors have a warm spot In the editorial heart for the city of Omaha on account of tho splendid en tertainment, and a Convention of any kind Is about half amusement. Omaha Hard to Beat. Hastings Tribune. When It comes to entertaining, the good citizens of Omaha are hard to beat as will be testified to by every member of the Nebraska Press association who was fortunate enough to attend the big meet ing In Nebraska's metropolis this week. Put the Other In the Shade. Nebraska City News. In entertaining the Nebraska Editorial association, the city of Omaha, assisted by South Omaha, set a pace that It will be difficult for any other town to fol low. When Lincoln entertains this as sociation It does well, but theto Is so much to Omaha that It puts the other towns In the shade. Tho time was when Fremont, Grand Island, York, Hastings, Beatrice and towns of that also could well care for the association, but now there are so many members and so much asked ot them that the little towns can. Twice Told Tales JOLLIES FK0K JUDGE. that washer and Ironer. Twenty Years Agi Highwaymen had a rainy ousy nigm of It. They relieved William Dox, city circulator of tho World-Herald of 10 or 113 in cash and some Jewelry, but over tors, but It requires a city to look after them. Ileamlnir Faces Betoken Delight. Omaha Chancellor. Omaha has thoroughly enjoyed the pleasant duty of entertaining the editors ,,,., .,, ., . fru i . of this state during the last fow days. 1 uiwiiuiiu ...IB wwM.,t I. 'ill ,1,1 I nr. Mfmi 11 lin-o BUliuecuvu ncil .11 una h- Thirty-eighth and Farnam streets. They took $24 from Georgo Dutcher at nine teenth and Chicago. In the absence of the president and vice prosldent, W. H. Babcock presided at the meeting of tho Board of Education, where City Treasurer Henry Bolln gavo his views on city finance. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Porter, who were among the early settlers in Omaha, wero visiting hero from California. parent on every hand. These editors and their wives have been given the best wo had In the shop, and their beaming faces betoken the delightful time they have known. Would Meet In Omnha Every Year. Scribner Rustler. Wo returned last evening from Omaha where we attended the forty-first an nual meeting of the Nebraska Press as- Judge Herbert J. Davis of the district soclatlon, which was In session for three court announced that at the end of the days. In order to tell all about the loyal ensuing term he would resign and leave treatment by Omaha and South Omaha. the bench, giving as his only reason the to the editors, It would require more fact that he could no longer afford to space than we have at this time. Wo hold the office at the salary of $2,500 a cttn nly aay thftt our vlalt during the year. Ho felt the necessity of getting "esslon was Indeed made an enjoyable back Into the practice of law to make a ono and lf we were t0 declde tne -ues- tlon wnere to meei every year, wo lruuw say Omaha. An Artist In Hllence. J. Plerpont Morgan was always a silent man, and ho would sometimes champion the silent with a story. "Old John Bates, an upholsterer," so the story began, "was renowned for his silence. People who had been his cus tomers for a generation had, many of them, never heard a word from him ex cept, 'Good morning. Five dollars. Thank you. Good day.' Old John. In fact, cul tivated silence as a genius cultivates his art. "A patron one day said to John: " 'What's tho best kind of mattress?' " 'Hair,' was tho reply. "Tho patron, some twenty years later, had occasion to buy another mattress, and again ho asked: "'What's the best kind, John?' " 'Cotton. " 'Cotton?' tho patron cried. 'Why, you told me twenty years ago that hair was the best.' 'The old man gave a quaint sigh.' " 'Talking has always been my ruin, ho said." Washington Star. Truthful James. A hostess, who was going to give a big dinner party, hired a page for that par ticular evening to help with the waiting. and duly Impressed his duties upon him during the course of the afternoon. "Now, James," she said, "It will be your duty to hand round the wines, and you will begin with the sherry. There are two kinds of sherry, and the Inferior kind Is to be offered with the soup. Do you understand?" James duly mastered ths and the other details of his work, and the banquet be gan. Presently the hostess signed to James, and the young man, seizing the decanter, began to make his rounds, say ing In clear and penetrating tones as he approached each guest: "Inferior sherry, ' ma'am? Inferior sherry, sir?" Pittsburgh Chronicle Tele graph. Intentlonnl. Ole was working In a furniture factory. On day ho backed Into an open elevator shaft and crashed down to tho floor be low. His fellow employes quickly gath ered around the opening, fully expecting to see below them the mangled body of their associate. To their surprise, Ole gazed up at them and said In a frightened Voice, "Is da boss ma-ad? Tell him Ay nana come aown annyway ror some nails." Philadelphia Ledger. ''Well, I see ftkeezicks married neiress, after all," said Rinks. "Yes," said Slithers. "Wonder where tbey went for their moneymoon?" G randmother-eleet Well, doctor ? Physician A girl. Grandmother-elect (to servant) Mary, hang a "Votes for Women" card at the window. Lawyer Do you mean to tell me the plaintiff was drunk! Witness Well, not but you couldn't call him ostentatiously sober. Ted Cheer upj old manl Absence, you know, makes the heart grow fonder. Ned What's worrying me Is that I'm not Just sure It's having the same effect on tho girl. Mrs. Crawford I thought you said you weren t going to tho sewing circle? Mrs. Crabshaw But, my dear, I didn't know then about the things you havo told me. Shimmerpate I understand Reanbrough fell In love with his wlfa at first sight. Hemmandhaw Yes; and now he Is sorry he didn't tako a second look. Bride's Mother Were you nervous dur ing the ceremony? Bride Well. I lost my self-possession when Papa gave me away to Charley! Miss Rocksey Oh, papa, why do you w!sKme to marry the kind of a man who can" get money out of tho other fellow? Old Rocksey Because, dear, then he won't be trying to get It out of me. "My little daughter is greatly worried about some little birds she saw with their mother In a nest." "Why?" "She says the little birds were being forcibly fed." Kansas City Star. "Miss Carrie, you must have noticed that is, I've been hoping I know I'm not half good enough for you, but the fact Is, Carrie. I I've been wanting to tell you for over so long that l-thn "O, Perclval, can't you pull yourself together better than that.." Chicago Tnoune. DON'T LIKE THE PAPERS. Sacramento Be. His conscience was so calloused Urat 11 never gavo a throb; Ills heart had shriveled smaller than a pea. He could vMw tho widow's anguish and hear the orphan's sob, And never feel tho slightest syn pathy. His soul was hard as granite, remorst dwelt not with him. He was equal to all crimes or sinful capers; Except for uno deterring thought, th only one he knew, The fear that It would get Into 'th papers. Ha could have cut a blind man's throat to rob him of his mite. And thought of It as nothing fcut a jest. i To trim his hest friend would have seem.' to him achievement orignt, To rob a woman of all Joke tho best; In fact, thero was no limit to the devil ment he'd do If he thought It would b strictly on tha quiet, But always ho was mindful of the only fear he knew The thought that those d d news papers would cry it. So he did a lot of mennneBg as he -went along through lire. But never gave hla talents their full sway. He was cruel to his parents; ho wat . . i-1 .... iiicttiitri w ins nuC) And he licked the children every blessed day. Ha loved to cuss the papers; said w ought to havo a law That would stop them printing any' thing not cheerful, So he lived a grouchy citizen, when, ex cept for the press He would havo been u monster trul: fearful. Editorial Snapshots W neia at St Phllomena's cathedral. Omaha has the everlasting Jlequlem high masa was celebrated by every newspaper man and ' ..T' Mc3overn Pastor, assisted by attended the three-day'a c I resident M. J. Dowllng, a J., of Crolgh- h8 Nebraska Press assoclal Sooiol Lobbies. Reference to tho existence of nodal lobbies at Washington serves to re mind those conversant with tho facts that thoy are to bo found also around every state legislature In tho coun try. Many a measure owes its auc- ccbb to t,heso ingratiating subtlotles. It is not the easiest mntter to decline simply a courteous invitation to din ner, or a theater party or tho like, even though it may bring the same result at comparatively nominal qx. penso as a moro exprossive method ot persuasion. It very skilfully com- i m. WA. . . M Dines me two "Wjp purposes ot avoiding offenso Knd saving money. Thoso who havo observed tho work ings of this system, though, will be apt to agree with the, senator who condemns it as more Insidious than the other kind. This social lobbying Is an old and living. Congressman D. II. Mercer, recolved a message from the New York World reading: "Do you with present In. formation favor tho repeal of th m,.-. . . bviiinn I'nntiia i rt 1 1 m a t at inn ri nxn SS Ka:L i J MiM I. attending the press association - .oj'cc.iiiih oanit ia r ATP. Man... t . . . ... . .. ...... us. iDVI uuck; -x faVOr tho re- I VII.. n.l,.n h. H.'lniriiUhu1 oriltnr SSStlnn -n 8hrma? 1 Pre'er P- who has put fourteen competitors out teotlon and reciprocity in nn i. . . .... .ui . wuiu iiiA, 1 01 Dusiness in inr luai imuj ciuo, m i.-. -I. rep'al of lh8 Btate bank an average of a half a competitor each ",,u " ,avor r honest dollar all year. Miss Coleman has not decided ki in iima." . . . . . . whether Vic is entitled to a meuai or a rnonllnir ion jenr Ago -ttrrios wislUon was burled at Holv Eerlatlnn Good AVtll . . .1 1 BCIYICffH IM. I - - ing held at St Phllomena's oh,.. Omaha has the everlasting good will of woman wno convention of i thn Nfthmjika. press association, um&na ton university, Fathers Stlnson. nir does things, and no city anywhere has uronsgeest and Jeannotte. a better and bigger hearted bunch of rank Tomsu, the boy who ran th boosters than Omaha. elevator at Kelley & BUgtf, stom nf: icentn and Farnam streets, was rescued No Nerve to Knock Notr ..urn iwBiDie ueatn by one of tho sales. weetern LAborer, women In tho store. He wa pinned be- The way Omaha entertained the ncath the elevator and th r. n country editors this week was a caution. and badly hurt it was a program of entertainment wlth- Mlsa Belle Dewey won tho Fbv imiflout a hitch, without a peer. All the cup in the women's handicap at tho editors and their wives enjoyed tho visit Country club for the third tlmo. The Bnd wlu 'eeI better toward Omaha In score was: Total, il; handicap, 6; net the future- 0ne ot ho country editors 110. Her contestants wora: Mesdames al(1 to me! "Llsten-a country editor Kountsf, Wheeler, Sprague, Stewart. But- wno enjoyed the visit this week must irr, uuiou ana wercer. be a fish If he has the nerve to unocic Mlsa Herberta Jaynes. dauzhUr r xr on Omaha, after the way everybody in and Mrs. H, 8. Jaynes. and Wiiiinm ni. the city has treated us." The big do- Fonda were united In marriage at Uietnm" men ot Omaha and South Omaha -nurcn or tne uood Shepherd In th t- are determined to have Nebraska ror tne noa of about S00 guests. Tho rector, Itev, I two Omahas and the two Omahas for . n. o. oen, read the betrothal and Itev. Nebraska, and they expect to reacn N T, J. Mackay officiated durlnir h. .! braska through the country editors. To matnder of tho ceremony. The couplo left know that tho editors enjoyed their or a two weens- trip on tho Great lakes, visit and wjil .come ortner was tne one Intending then to return and take up thought In the minds of the men who arranged, paid tor ana carried oui me program. House. with Baltlmoro as its background, which did not send htm to tho Whlto multlform trlck ,n American bus! ness, as well ns political life. Many a successful business or professional man knows that not all tho appar ently purposeless social functions- receptions, balls, dinners are as In nocerit as they appear, but that under the veneer of the happy occasion may bo an objective goal of a serious character. The social sldo of life has many ramifications. "Buffalo Bill" has recovered from what was thought to bo a dangerous attack, of Illness. "Buffalo BUI" owes It to Nebraska to carry . the state's fame and name around In near and distant lands for some tlmo yet to come. A thousand dollars a day Is being taken out of the pockets of the peo ple of Omaha by the extortionate water rates over and above what 1b required tor the necessary runplng expenses ot the water plant. The promised rate reduction is long over-, due. Not long ago one ot the Water hoarders publicly declared the peoplo wero pot to get another rate reduc tion for two or three years. That wag no doubt the Intention, but The Bee's campaign for lower water rates fcaa forced a change of program. Another abuse that invites the at tention of our city authorities Is tha saoving of old rattletrap, storm' racked abacks luto good neighbor hoods where they are decidedly un welcome. To have a second-hand tladerbox planted on the next lot In Close proximity to the home In which ypij take such Pride la not calculated 9 keep you in aa amiable mood. An emotional suffragette orator declaiming upon tho deed ot the so called martyr who Intercepted the king's racehorse and died rb a re suit said sho hoped this example would klndlo a flame In the souls of men which would end the present awful" situation. It seems at this distance, however, that men have lit- tlo to do with the situation, wh(ch might adjust Itself quicker It the British militants would show them selves possessed of more common sense. Our esteemed Nebraska National Guards are informed by Washington that tbey may not now receive the machine gun from the War depart ment they aakod for. Well, our sol dlers are patient and long-suffering and may, even in the face of acute and pressing need, be able to endure tho sacrifice but think of the chances we are all taking. their residence at Qrand Island, People Talked About Aimed at Omaha won v worry, gino ti you can I be a June brid. any other old month will do. Blair Tribune: Under municipal owner- i. AM.t.. W t tir- hnnnt runnrts that In one of tho new hotels In New York Lfc. ,., omth!n over 83 W. - four girls resigned in one day and married , tne pMt slx months, Pretty good ri... iw hit. vacant positions h . Seems that tho dear people swampea the office. I .w. f,ih nd for some water be . yvj ,.."o. oir oosepn warn, uie most famous clU- aides. sen In New Zealand, Is known throughout tho Antipodes aa the "terror ot stenog- Beaver CHy Times-Tribune: The make raphers." As prima minister hs ud to I Un artist on an Omaha dally got an ac dictate 300 words a minute. count of tho meeting of tha Nebraska Frederick Albion Ober. ono of tha lilrh-1 tv association under tha head of est authorities on birds and bird life In I "Sports, the United Statos, died at his home In I Hackcnsock, N. J., after an illness of Fremont Tribune: Omaha keeps call several weeks. He Was In his sixty-fifth Ing its sideshow attractions a carnival, year. in blUsful ignoranca of ths view of car The oldest clUen of Illinois. Dr. Jamoa nivala held by people out over the state, Lynn ot Oconee, ten miles south of Farm, Over the Seas London, England, has 32,00) bom el ess persona. electricity generated In Sweden Is de livered In Copenhagen. Tha British empire supplies about 60 recently entertained 1GS guest, Including relatives and friends, In celebration of lit lOSth anniversary. A cake, the diameter ot which was almost five feet, was cut by tha. aged physician, A number ot eastern newspapers are boosting Judge Bben K. Long of Omaha as tha champion office-holder of tha na tion. Tha judge's picture goes with the story, and hla justly celebrated beard carries such weight of dignity that no Pr oent ot tho world's Kold- ona challenge tho distinction. At home I Tha Berlin Postoffloe department Is every loyal Arab swears by the beard of I experimenting with small electrio cars Kben. . I for the rapid distribution nt.mall matter. Mildred A. Scott ot Oak Park. Chicago. Now South Vale. Australia, has who recently graduated as a doctor from I tiought a furniture factory and Is to make tha University of Michigan, will leave for I all tha furniture reded In the schools China tn August to practice medlolne as I of that commonwealth. a Baptist missionary. Atlas Scott joins I A concrete motion picture theater ro ller grandmother In the orient, who has rently built In Engrland Is eighty feet long, been a missionary physician since 1S61. 1 forty-five feet wide and eighteen feet high. She will aid her In managing a mission- yet the walls are only two Inches thick, ary hospital. Amorchestra of twenty-five blind mual clans ltd by a one-anned lady conductor. recently played the whom of tha music ot "Rlgoletto" at a performance of that opera In a theater at Ovtedo, Spain. To prevent 'the. drain on Its population by the emigration of SX.OOO persons a year the Bpanlsh government Is pi inning ex Facilitating; Medical Kdncatton, Baltimore American. Doctors have now approved the tight skirts of the moment The average gar. ment. at least, has the virtue of as elating to a wider knowledge ot anatomy, and for this reason. It for no other, may I tensive railroad and highway buildup well command medical endorsement. I schemes. Indianapolis News: Hero! Open up. there, and let tho steel trust In to the , Worry club! Mr. Gary says It has only . forty years' supply of Iron ore on hand. ' Detroit Free Press: An Indian has been discovered who worked eighteen years for three meals a day and his clothes. At that he's luckier than most ot us. I Philadelphia Ledger: Time travels fast. ! Wo are already far enough away for a dedicated monument to the Maine, and for a rapidly Increasing pension list of Spanish war veterans. Chicago News: Writing of whooping cough in a medical journal, a physician remarks, "Any disease which kills 10,000 children a year Is serious." Certainly this particular scientist can't be accused , of a hysterical and exaggerated habit of speech. Houston Post: That battleship Friend ship was a great Idea, but we fancy old Jim Dahlman of Omaha will be careful i about Inviting that craft Into his harbor and Champ Clark will mine the Clark straits It necessary to keep It out. Cleveland Plain Dealer: Seventeen monkeys have aided California state uni versity professors to prove that blue bot tle stable files nre not responsible for Infantile paralysis. Sclenco continues to put itself under obligations to the monkey family. Minneapolis Journal: Instead of sitting down in a state ot apathy and watching! the grasshoppers eat up a county and j move cainuy on io ine next, ins tanner, the state and the United States govern ment are out hopper-dotng. The result Is Inevitable. The hopper will be stopped. Co-operation Is great stuff. Passengers for St. Paul and Minneapolis can dine at home before departure. The Grent Western 8:10 p. m. train gives time to go home, pack, tako dinner leisurely, yet arrive in the Twin Cities ahead of other Omaha-Twin City trains St. Paul 7:30 a. m., Minneapolis 8:05 a. m. Day train leaving Omaha 7:44 a, m. daily is also a GET THERE FTEST train, arrives Si Paul 7:20 p. m., Minneapolis 7:50 p. m. Ask P. P. Bonorden, O. P. & T. A., IB 22 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb. Phone Dougles 200. limTTTlBriWrr Women's Activities The Society for Italian Immigrants has appointed Mlsa Jennie Lanietta social ' worker In Philadelphia. She will safe guard all Immigrants against those men who make a practice of exploiting them. Mrs. Strong, wife of the new governor of Alaska, is quite a cultivated woman, having Btudled music in Europe five years after her graduation from the schools ot Seattle. She and her husband have I traveled all over Ufa world. Boston Is said to be a woman's city, for the women have club facilities that cannot be found In other cities of its sire. A woman can take a guest to her club 1 and give her a perfectly served luncheon' at 11.30 for the two. Morton F. Plant has given 1100,000 tor two new buildings for the Connecticut College for Women, to be erected at New London. The buildings are to be called Blaokstone hall and Plant hall. Mr. Plant had previously given Ji.000,000 for an en dowment fund. There is a movement In England to send the offending buffraglsts to the Island ot Bt. Helena Instead of punlshinc them In jail. This would no doubt please the wbmen themselves, as they have al ways maintained they would be willing to be punished aa men If they received the punishment given political offenders and not that meted out to th lowest type of malefactors. The McNtchol bill In the Pennsylvania legislature proposed that the Monday fol lowing Mothor Sunday should be a legal holiday, but it seemed not possible to keep the banks closed from Saturday noon until Tuesday morning, so the bill has been changed to make Saturday the legal holiday. The day will be called Mother's day. The Money ta Welcome. Chicago Inter Ocean. As we understand It Governor Hiram Johnson has no personal objection to the Japanese spending a few yen for an ex hibit at the Panama exposition. WliereWMlYouSpend Yom Vacation ? Go to Wyoming, the Black Hills, Minnesota, or to the Great North Woods and Lake Country of Wisconsin and Michigan. Plan to take advantage en route of the splendid train service maintained via the Chicago and North Western Line the Pioneer Line West and Northwest. Low Round Trip Fares are in effect daily June 1st to Sept SOth to points Northwest, North and Northeast, among tha more important being the following: Leader, Wyo. Deadwood, S. D. Lead, S. D. Rapid City, S. D. Hot Spring!, S. D. uvm ilium i6Uti vucicoi tiu White Bear Lake. Minn. 16.20 able, Wis. AIinBetonkaBeacb,Minn. 16.20 Radisson, Wis. $23.25 18.75 18.75 17.25 15.75 12.85 Solon Springs. Wis. $19.69 Shell Lake, Ms. 17.75 Dmmmond(LtkeOwea),Wis. 20.10 Rice Lake, Wis. 18.00 Birchwood, Wis. 18.60 Chetek, Wis. 18.50 19.70 19.50 Return limit October 3 lit. Favorable stopover privileges. Corre- spondingly low fares to other points in same territory. For full particulars call on or address Chicago and North Western Railway 1401-1403 Famam St.. Omaha, Nib. NW8l I ft No Chance to Kick. Cloveland Plain Dealer A man who manufactured artificial wounds and other afflictions tor profes sional beggars has been sent to prison for six month. There doesn't seem to be anv chance for this Industry to blame It on the tarltt New Through Route For Chicago To TOLEDO Through trains are now operated between Chicago and Toledo via Columbia City and Butler, over Pennsylvania Lines VANDALIA RAILROAD Leave Chicago Arrive Toledo Tni1 Dtj Eqcm 2:45 p.m. 10:00 a. m. TtU&RitktEqria 11:40 p.m. 7:00 a.m. Toledo Day Express (Week Days) Buffet, Parlor Car and Coaches. Toledo Night Expresa (Dally) Sleeping Car (ready 10:46 p. m.) and Coaches. Returning trains leave Toledo 7:00 a. m. week days and 12:01 a. tn. dally. W. H. ROWLAND, Traveling Tasss&gar Agent. aa-829 city x&tlonal Bank Bldg Omaha, Nebraska J