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TllE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
i I I I fl r' HHX 1 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE A Flood of Foreign Goods. rvuNDcp nr edwahu kobewatkh VlCTOIl ROaBWATKR. KDITOIU BEE BU1U31NO. FAKNAM AND 1TTH. Entered At Omaha postofflce as second- class muter. Tfnun nv ailiiRCntPTlOKi Sunday Dee, one year... ttOO Saturday Bee, one year 1.W Daily Bee, without Sunday, one year. 4.00 Pally Bee, and Sunday, one year.... B-00 DELIVERED BT CARRIER: tnraA Evsnlng and Sunday, per month..... ..o largea Evening-, without Sunday, per month.Hc Dally Bee. without Sunday, per mo.o Addresi atf comotainta of, irregularltlea In deliveries to City Circulation Dept. REMITTANCE. , Remit by draft, express or. postal order. . hi. tn Th n rhihllihlnir company. Only eent atiunpa received in payment nt TTifl urmunii. Personal checks, cept on Omaha and eastern exchange, not accepteo. offices: Omaha The Be building. South Oinaha-311 N Street. Council Bluffe-lt North Main Street. Uncoln-M Little building. Chicago-K1 Ilearat building. vit.ii-nnnm iiua. 2M Fifth Ave. St. tiOUls-SS New Banlt ot Commerce. Washington 7 Fourteenth St. N. . Communications relating to newa ana Adltorlal matter should be addresaea Omaha Bee. Editorial department, AUGUST CIRCUUVTION, 50,295 State ot Nebraska, County ot Douglaj. as. Dwlght "Williams, circulation manar I According to estimates from tisu- ally careful sources merchandise valued at considerably more than $150,000,000, Is now being held In bondod warehouses awaiting enact ment and operation of tho democratic tariff. As soon as the free list is en- and the lower duties are In force, we may look for a flood of for eign goods, not only out of the bonded warehouses, but out ot tho ships that will bo heading this way from abroad. True, we will have no repetition of ocean greyhound races to get in under the wlro boforo higher duties aro imposed, but Importa tions have bcon at low ebb during tho period of tariff making, and we will got the deferred order ac cumulations all at once. A flood ot foreign goods will be proof at tho outset that the democratic tariff favors foreign manufacturers, and foreign labor jib against tho home producer. The New Era in Ireland. It la internstlnsr to know that tho JVJSWSSSRS-o' land's population has circulation for the month okAyWlV. turned and is now, for tho first tlmo waaU.3. DWIOHTWIlXlA.M8. , , . . .... Wircuiaiiuu ji.up.v. I m viii gtrtui ioi a ui u vumui, umi.- nuld eod. From ,200,000 native Irish- jas1 ,n townrd tho UUl ROBHlHUNtKR.. 1851 t0 ion 42 NaUry Public. I 1 1 ' SsibMrtbera leaving; the etty temrrUr ekoI fcava The Be Bn'tlea to tfceau Address vfttt chanced m ettfn svs tfcejacste. men, between tho ages of 1G and 36, tho very cream of tho land, migratod to other countries. Living condi tions, including remunerative em ployment and education deteriorated and a race ot sturdy men and women Poor Mulhall. flayed by friend arid has endured privation and hardship foe alike. 1 wiuo wiiun uu auuui luum uien and nations wero enjoying tno goiaen Twenty Years Aa News reached the cltv ot tho death some days before ot Captain Cyrus A-(' Earnest or the Eighth united mates in fantry at Fort Niobrara, who was quite well known in Omaha, where ho had a brother. . Howard Dronaon. the New Tork ' 1 ilt-iimnHat ininiit.. Itia'.nitnlMf ... . t. ...... .. n n I nirn nf nrntrrnna nrwl nrnnnnr IV Whn I " ..h t Lookup BacWatrl TkisDof mQnMia COMPILED 000 c WOM DEC 8EIT. 17. TlhZS 7 POO Thirty Years Att The new Methodist appointments for the coming year Include: Presiding elder, Omaha district. Rev. J. B. JStaxfietdi pas tor First Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. C. W. fiavldge: pastor Eighteenth Street Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. J. W. Necdham; pastor South Omaha church, Rev. J. W. Stewart. Milton R. Uhl has returned to the city with hla bride, having been married In Oalva, III. Mr. Uhl la foreman for the Allen Printing company. Field & Farnaworth's new drug store on Cuming street has Increased Its busi ness so In the alt months that an addi tion will be built to accommodate the demand. Lyman IVoodworth of Aurora, 111., Is tho guest of hla son, Councilman Carl V. Woodworth. Captain Charles F. Porter of New York City la In town. He was one of Omaha's first settlers, having come out when there was but one shack In the place, and has an abundant stock of anecdotes of early days. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorgo W. Kevins are re joicing over the arrival of a son. E. Roscwator has gone to Chicago to attend the reunion of the Society of the National Military Telegraph Corps and will bo absent about a week. F. W. Colton, president of tho National bank of Galesburg, who has been visit ing In the city, was the first general passenger agent of the Union Pacific. drown out the stylo show bug. Aimed at Omaha the history of Iroland for this period tq Tho Deo that p,, Wflre Utv at a tv nui uuu.u iuii iiion a ibh 01 iKruo woincuy, lie Bam inoy The odorless onion should rank in I much as it condemns their oppros-1 showed n preference for satire, such as history with nalnlees dentif try. sors. for no race could emertto from Cbarloy Hoyt's facile pen reeled off. ItU nri.inniil.l.rl hnrrfnna nf n ner u. Diaugmcr OI c Ulierion BPCm frv. ,M. .nfAra. .nam 4 h.vn 4. .... I the day in tho city. v- -1 n or.cm wun recuporauvo powers sua tr. mp ti v Thm.a llipti up ob that banana tax. intact except it bo a race of inherent returned from the World's fair at Chi- - . .. strength and indomitable will. cago, Not so many deaths from aviation aino1i,inr- m. i..nn. f . a large threp-story frame flat at 2707 these days. Must be tower aviations. ... ,,, ' , , . Leavenworth street was destroyed by flro m tide, coeval with tho coming of home ,n tho mornnif. lt wag owned bv 3fLm.. i i i in n - I . . m M a 1 w " -tn m,S nmnlr aronnrt tho ru,0 ino Pua 80118 01 Krin aro pro- Fleh and occupied by Mrs. Emma courw mUo vvum-vw w v.uuu " .,,,.. , ..,,. ,,-j n building and the fire Is supposed to hav &OB0fnere. , started in there. t .gg I"1 " m Beautiful fall coats were advertised by Ferhl our dwtrtct judges made ucu" lu 'wa'B WK the Nebraska Clothing company at .W . M.ub .f.- all. in not ealiina arablo Boll per capita, and now in and $10. " , ' " " . - , , ILl. ... I t ttl- I... ... . 4Umt lurv e era ai now awaaening mis wiui smmuuior 01 an etevator m -J! - r-rfniinrf an en nv-titaern tntfad nf tn Wanlte block, was CSOOrtlng a young V Mr, Bryaa retetU. that "the peoplJa disadvantage, for the plan contem- 2gg &SEffA are Wlta ." XTMtaiiy tae gate ipiat-a asncuuurai aoveioiJineni. es- py some whelp who pounced upon him rweit- prove it peclally. Many of tneso bobs ot Erin trom a aaric corner and after badly beat I !. L. I ) - Ma. . 1 have come to enrich our own ponula-1 I,ea- Ane young woman was Here, Mr CariMgls, do the square tloa aad. while wishing success to Uls by thta Illiaok girl who swat- Ireland, we hope many will yet come, 7 yw Ag0 , td 1,08,960 fil. but Americana will bo the first to I llev. m. p. DowUng, president of Croish- i-MBtnlis tho trreat srond of tha nrea-l 'on university, made the nrlncl-at ail. XtUing a n with aa aatowobilel BIlt. movement, tho wholo historic and 1"" " '"Marauette and Jollet and the L-.ttiS" "koaqaMettng of which tMS. spiratlOB toiaa irresisuoio ouiuurui American Kevoiutldn at the Commercial of new life for a Btronr nation. cttib. r ' ' 1 I Harrv irlranh n, Ti.. rni-.. ni... aad MMBlUl the charg Whea he goes rrUm -,.4- -. Elma Rothschild of Omaha, daughter of to a ccavsotiofi of humorists. IU , v fl r;a"a r fu" nfthschlid. were nar- I T 9 t h a t-MAtalf att-i A stvi itt -in A v n n. I fl AY n a (a av ir. a.b..ll. . . ... . 14s fcuw tuiii BjAvii vpmsm I "v uv ny uctiuyutlUl CIUO IC ay llshcd part of pur public. echool ays-Slmcn ot Temple Jorael In the HIott V In Passlnar Schools. Petersburg Index. The chief ot police of Omaha has Issued strict orders that he expects all men and women auto- drivers to slacken speed In passing any school, whether pubUc or pri vate and has Instructed the policemen that he will see that they enforce the law. This Is a good example for all of us. Your child may not be In the school yard, but mlno Is, and yours may be some day. Too much care In the matter ot fast driving cannot be taken. One precious life Is worth more than all the cars driven past the school. Enforce tho speed limit op all, regardless ot who It may be. Beer, Gropes, Flams. Nellgh Leader. Senator Hitchcock has shown a tendency of late to get off the democratic reservation. Possibly somo arrangement between himself and the president regarding patronage would in duce him to be mora docile. With Bryan In the cabinet the Senator is at a decided disadvantage. This war between the beer and grape Juice branches of the democratic party Is getting to be serious with those who are looklpg for the big plums to drop. Fundamentals Nonessential. Kearney Hub. "In what l the republican party more commendable now than a year ago?" asks the Omaha World-Herald. In noth ing. It stands for the sama principles of government now that it did then. Its economic policies are the same today as yesterday and will be the same tomor row as today. The republican party was right a year ago and it is still right. Then the World-Herald asks another question: "Why should progressives re turn to It rather than march on Intq the democratic ranks?" Because a progres sive Is a republican who has differed on non-essentials and not on fundamentals, and because he has nothing at all in com mon with democracy. Few progressives wilt never become democrats, no matter what else they do become. Depends Who'a Kaarlneer, Scott's Bluff Republican. Senator Hitchcock says the democratic cauous Is "a machine within a, machine' Well What of It? All politics are the same the worldi over. It's the outs against the Ins, and If you are with the ins like Hitchcock was at Grand Island, 'a year or so ago, the caucus s all right, but It the other fellow l running the steam roller, the system is all wrong. Bat He Never "Wan President. Blue Springs Sentinel. The H0n. Charles Wooster, the demo cratic statesman from Silver Creek writ ing to an Omaha paper says, President Wilson should be Impeached for his en deavors to control the democratic, caucus which Senator Hitchcock has denounced It seems to the editor though that once upon a time one Wooster attended several caucuses at Lincoln and never entered a protest Wbim with a shotgun, ta, .TV . 1 - Anan throws away hit modesty i.i. ,t,mi-, in. wi,. -- torn in Omaho. then every member of h."nt OD0Ul lw r"enl9- nnuniBwa-o ! -- - - uacar Btrauss of Dea Moines acted as eminent apostate from the faith. , Gaynorisms Wees MetlS OS Pub and the teaching corps, once sn tho por- ,. .nd (.,","-! manent list, should hold his or her Moines, May Rothschild ot Omaha. Rn TVM if occur ta veu to snrlnkla nosltlon suhlaot to nromotion or do- "Q" won 01 Pittsburgh as bridesmaid.. ....a innv.'.i.i..j I mAiUn .-iHu .tn-rf-.i -f I and Mrs. Emily Marks of Bloirc Cltv. 1 !. ...,.. .f-.n.-j A n- -o , -"-.-.., iuiain tureen or www tmmv w huv-imh .a 1 --. cvi.vhmvu. . 1 1 una Moines, brother of tho groom aa 1 ... 1 ... 1- -1 . M n w m m MMMiiMr nAann annii i 4 s v. . . a. I i . i. I, I tuvpuBi ui mo vwvuihk wuiyi uwuiu vo man. Kow tut ute acaoom are to Dei ba subjected to demotion for nor- Lysie i. Abbott waa called to h oatit to aM4e fte, watch allUal reasons, or for other reasons, a 'mrn announoing that his father, a liU n MPt:ana snki ba lt.s.B a it . . a . t . . i j wwviii rt u-B urinT u9 jfv- vw -wi- witfiout KBowins wuat inoy aro. ana i -,.... : : r. . tlrt. having a u and fair public hearing. , eVonc." aVXVovT R Y "'" la the caso ot Prof. Bernstein ot tho W. F. Buthorn. nrobrlstor otel, nnnounced plans for a now and mlffaC at iMttt IWH Uwat e-ff at re . MU d, lHlt thn .araa . wqum I t-shlonable restaurant In addlUon to the ' . in B mAlnlr M-a-l . . . . . I OHO SlfeSdy COndUCtBll within hla tin-l :riTF mw"m " "vw " ly teacher iu tho kinaorgartoa or M, Martha PowViT. a7, aas " I the grammar arades. which, on the nut Hill aehoai. rnn i. , , , , . . - - -.. -,, iiv- BUrfSCe, it does not appear that ho been retarded because of the death of u. n. a .,.. vhn a. h mother ta Chicago. acceptably uader a cceslon of bu- periateadeats aad principals, person' aah of a eHaphasoua dtoquialtion iMsy, We wsca uader ta impression pmt tfcty did. ally frleadly. uatrieadly or indiffer- People Talked AbOUt ' A St. Louia .NaUeaal league base eat' toT lWtM yoar8 or moro' tho . i v' ' i i- i.ii I only bov c'raduatod at the school on TV 1Z j ; . J . It. Instructional staff must have Ardo,ph u Kllne' tho new or ot Vfcat la the nlacd for some minora of IW ineiruouonai staii, must navo v . . . jSTkota wo wot' earned tho consideration which ovcry hnsh extraction and a real colonel, having I " lower wacnor woum aemana ana ox- served as such In tho Spanish-American But tha truth will out sji soon ns nect et rUbt boforo being Put back I war. VtAcaniiS PABrtnn TYnhann'a vnvifn. to a lower arada and a lower salary. Thfet "cosier schoolmaster who waited meatal Journal ot official facU gets It the precedent now made In his Khe dUcrMn 5 courlSe ISd,' w lao circulation. case stands and governs no toacher i more to the point, delivered the goods, , ' in our schools cart rely on tho pro- The prince of Monaco is reported to But see us come down the last tectlon ot the merit system. have told Chicago people to put the lid abretch of the year under a full hoad of steam despite even the tornado aad dry summer. pn gambling. Those who can afford tq cross the Atlantic can' have their passion tor me game properly treated, with as- FMinp; a lone Felt Want. Richmond Pearson Hobson plana urancM that the prince win overlook .. i -i-i u-K..- I "i" muiiojr mini. Uacle Sam has been trying to keep . JIilll Mr "ssle Blucker of East 8t Loui, hla eve on tho little rubber ball In w. l. had a warm argument with hubby about tit. i-rr.a tariff ,h.,wtH Wrwu a'MB c.rcuiateu xroo her .hare of the pay envelope, and being L ! V 7 V7i Lv7 i7 u .1 , I throughout the country. He would unawe to match his vocal curses, rushed Start it with a circulation of nearly '? ,ne c"yj" "iaimlng: "Lockmeupj 9,000.000 to increase. prefumably. 1 " "rrKL To that atAndinr oueatlon of thn wh the grown of it popularity, has accepted for filing for the next aen. I . j a .t .. a 1 a ai I .. ...! t .. . Chicago Record-Herald's, "Who OeU wn ' ,UQ8,nB wr ? m. . i l i L , r ;or tB 10 the Moaeyl" wo beg leave to suggest p fhou,d.b !Jtto Tr'.T. '. . , " In- from tha Y.rv haarlnnlnr. Tlv 1.1.1 " """C'W Vincent a AmorOSIO or wat we unaw lawyers seem to '" -"- Brooklyn, n. y.. Is rich pocket their share ot lt. niiin m m nnnnt ah suaiiIJ VibUa A rt I . viuu vU wu I to assume the title of count and has writ privilege ot iransmB zo.uvu, ana ten to the king of Italy about it. He Nwlrhhnrir r.therinir. mav tia aiirlcach representative 15.000 coplea of ays that the title-Is tn the family and . . ' I .. . . . . . ... . ... . .. I tha 4. ihtt i1'AmiM,tn f.mMir tm Mn ecbool bui dlan as their raeeUng e uiucibi journal tuai win do us t - ""A " ..-. places so lonk" as they remain neigh- name to constituents, and thus Amour tha nleturaanua nrtiv Unr. f borly. Therefore, religious and po- keep them Informed precisely what Dahomey who paid homage to the Ftench lltlcal moetlpgs are barred, their public servants are doing. uenerai uaiuoua recently was his ma It there Is ono thing this country "l tnB wno maaa nis appear Secretary Bryan does not like to needs mora than another, it is an "" V? raou"l vp9n llM x - - - i nmnia n r ina wrwvi r nnraa iit unKn . be told that be is making "a travesty official federal Journal edited by the wheeled stand, and. drawn along by his pi diplomacy. ' e is wining o bureaucrats ot Wfcsnmgton, wtw I ministers. stand for all ether Shaft, of critlciam.l Pnn rrpnnmnn Hobaon aa ndltor-ln.l Vr. Anna Howard Shaw, commenting on provide tha gate receipts ara" not chief. The ono weak feature ot the "2?" diminished. I whole scheme is that the publication! fraadom fo all wnman wilt K- , snail he a weeKly instead or a dally, memorial to such women aa Susan IJ The treasurer ti an iaterlor Ne- why not make a daily and turn it Anthony, Clara Barton and Julia Ward brash couaty proposes that the leg- 00,0 to compete for popularity uVt' . T kSatare be made workable by duc- rmopg the masses with thai Infallible oltoW ""louU 3n.t vaccination lag the membership to five In the oracle of official truth, the Congres- ot his children by public school authori. seaaw aaa ten in tne noune. Ttiat is aional Record T Then folks would tits, which Involved raandamuees. injunc, almost aa Idaallstle as the request -nt hnra to do without th offlral Hons and damage suits, was abruptly made to oar Omaha charter-maker. factB from Washington In the inter- IVLmiS to cut the Dollca forca down to air i,. k-w- n,-r.i--.i -..t c!(ta In ln. autno"" and had the ,, - -r - i w,o.o.w pmivm i cmiurea vaecinaiea while pr. Ottofy was Origiiiahty. wit, an a remirkablo talent for terse and pungent expreeaion Illumined the letters aad speeches ot the late mayor of New York, The scope of hts letters were as wide and varied aa the Ufa of the big city, ranging from chicken stealing, and minister s oearas to moral philosophising and aphorisms on governent. Appended aro a few specimens: There are peoplo wh think they are pious when they are only bilious. He who cares to do mora than be Is paid for will never be paid for more than he does The last thing we should try to do In this world Is to force our religious opln- ons and prejudices on others. He Is all mouth and no conscience. The mouths of rhetoricians are proverbially crooked. You cannot even expect truth or charily to come from a crooked mouth. You ask me to give an Interview saying. What I woud soy to the readers of 3,000 newspapers." X would say to them to be very careful about believing all they see In the newspapers. pr course the police cannot always let you (boys) Play on the street, but now and then they can wink so hard with both eves as not to see you when you are do ing no harm to passersby. No one is fit to participate in govern ment who has not studied sroY'rnmrnt and law. You might as well call a cobbler In to cut your leg oft instead of employing a surgeon, Some people write to me complaining that the strtet cars are too cqld. They ought to be mdo to walk. Cultivate the habit of walking and you will never give it up, and it will keep you In healthand make you charitable and forbearing. I tear X haVe no power to prohibit the women from having stickpins in their hat. But is It altogether seemly for a man to get his face so close to a woman's hatpin as to get scratched? Shouldn't such a fellow get scratched? Public clamor Is almost always in tho wrong. It Is so loud that we think lt Includes everybody, whereas in fact It may include very few. One itrjdulsnt grasshopper In the angle of a fence makes more noise than tha whole noble herd of cattle nearby. Concerning a big policeman: He is too big for the detective force: he could not go anywhere without being seen. Is there no way to get a fw little men, even hunchbacks and "singed cats," on the police force, so that we cart make detec tives of them? We are more in need of little felloas who can go through key. holes and knotholes, and if they have eyes In the back ot their heads also, all the bettsr. To a complaining minister: Your letter informing ma that aa you walk about the city vtaitlnt: the homes pf your parish ioners people apply opprobrious names to you and throw empty cans and rubbish at you, anq otherwise assault you, on ac count or your beard. Is at hand. How is it they take notice of your beard 1 Have you tnmmtd it in some peculiar way, .... 1 1 to in acnpiurer rxsr you know the scriptures savsr "Ye shall not rmin,i the comers of your heads, neither ih.it thpu mar the corners ot thy beard." Are you certain that It is your beard whloh is tne cause or the trouble? Dr. Cook Not to Blame. OMAHA, Sept 14. To the Editor ot The Bee: I see that "Dr. Cook Comes Back ' to use the Commercial club still further to boost his game. I don't blame him at all, for what Is he here for except to drum up business for the box office and take advantage of every means to the end. The only surprising thing Is that the good doctor trlca to put It onto hla publicity agent for advertising him as the "greatest liar on earth," as If that were not his principal stock In trade. What I wrote, however, was not directed particularly at Dr. Cook, but at our Commercial club for cheapening It self by the entertainment ot men of that class. In this, I voice, not only my own sentiment, but also the sentiment ot a number of club members with whom , I have spdken on the subject. To voice this protest I do not have to get into a personal controversy by disclosing my name so long as you are advised ot my Identity, and are satisfied that my letter Is bona fide. I repeat that lt the club merely wants to draw a crowd to make business for Its restaurant, It might with equal propriety put on a noon-day style, show or a dally vaudeville stunt, but It it wishes to honor men of note or achievement aa Its guests, and make them feel that they are honored, lt will have to draw the lino at the Dr. Cook fakirs, THE SAME DISGUSTED MEMBER. Money is Pat llnck. OMAHA, Sept. U.-To the Editor of The Bee: The Board of Education del egated the superintendent of Instruction and myself to go on a mission to Investi gate Industrial or technical high schools In the east. I obeyed orders, went east and performed my duties to the best ot my ability. The court has decreed that the board cannot legally defray my trav eling expenses for that purpose and th.it I must stand tho cost out of my own pockef. . If the knowledge gained by my Inves tigation and study, of technical educa tion In the east can be used with profit apd benefit for the children of Omaha cltUens, who' are sadly in need of such industrial schools, the money used out of my own private purse le wall spent and the citizens are welcome to it. I am Vitally Interested In the promulgation and establishment of an Industrial high school for children who cannot pursue any other education but the vocational. and If tho 1161.60 which I spent for that purpose and which I have returned this day will help to start such an Institution, I am glad I spent It and am willing to ddd more to lt in order to make an in. dustrlal high school in Omaha an accom plished fact. DR. E. HOLOVTCHINER. Prophecy that Come Trne. OMAHA, Sept. 19. To the Editor of The Bee: A strange coincidence In connection with the holding of this year's Ak-Sar-Ben carnival at the present location la tho fact that over thirty years ago Ed ward Rorewater advised my father. P. H. Carey, to move to Eighteenth findH HOWaM Streets hla hntM hiilMlnra Whloh were then located at Tenth and c.tiiu nvrotus. e prnouncea mis to be the "future Omaha." "Even go fur ther," he said, '"and you will be safe, sven It as far weat aa' Twenty:foil'rth street." , " TtANiC"J CAREY. LAUGHING GAS. "A capable couplo.' "So?" "Yea; ho Is furnishing the house by means of tobacco coupons, and she In decorating It with bridge prizes." Louis ville Courier-Journal. "I asked my husband for some pin money this mornlnir." "What did ho say?" "He asked me how much pins were a paper." Boston Transcript "My dear boy, I happen to know you mortgaged your house and lot ln ordei to buy that motor car. How are you managing to keep It In repair?" "No trouble Hi out that. 1 rfva nn mm. slonal mortgage on some bit of personal property, from what you talk. Uncle Henry, one woum think i tiadn t nnj business capacity at all!1' Chicago Tri bune. Ouxzler My life was a desert until I met you. Miss Caustlaue Ah! at last I have an explanation of your marvelous thirst-Judge. Sanheddc It costs me 125.000 a. vear in live. Miss Caustlque How foolishly some eqple spend their money. Philadelphia tecord. "Well, how about the Elrl vnti enter. talned at the beach?" "She. shook mo when we got back to town for a fellow who took no vacation, and so had some money saved up." Louisville Courier-Journal. THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW. Rocky Mountain News. Moth and mtce and the years; have scarred Over the picture. Face all marred Face that once was a dream to see. Fairest In all the world to me, Out of the past, where, the shadow prays. Whoso la the face In tho plctur Oh Only a girl that I used to know I Perfume round the picture clings; Oh. what lesion of thoughts It brings: Odors of spring ln the May night air; . Breath of the rose ln her cllnKtn hair: Great round moon from tho whispering trees Wafted up by the soft night breexe Moon that haloed the awcet hawthorn, Silvered the dew on the rustling corn. Put lt away! The day Is strange: ' . , My path has strayed From tho old lire's range; . The eyes that laugh and the cheeks that Blow Belong to the world of Long Ago! Put It away I I would forget Whether the past tl 1b llvlnsr yeti V Whether the bloom and the myrtle grow over the girl that I used to knowl kfficer when the Record 1 not published, I in New York attending a convention. TkOQKhta ob I.ove. OMAHA. Sept. 15 To the Editor of The Bee: It is not a good plan to fall desperately ln love without providing some mans of escape )n case the battle nouta do lost. Every lover should have a second choice picked cut ready to marry in case the first love slips the. collar and escapes. An ancient writer compares the fremv produced by love to that caused by the " man cog; but this Is no com psrlson. whatever; for a person suffer- ing rrom hydrophobia will not refuse a cure, but a human being, when madly hi ioyo taxes a oendish delight In re fusing the remedies and sUffartn- on until they either die or get married. Addison says a man in his rhrht mind can talk an hour or so, about most'any thing, but a man In love can talk three nouro about nothing. It, Is recorded that ln early days, that wives were sold on the English market for 65 cents; tho NavaJo Indiana In Arlsona have raised the price to I0, or iweniy-nve sheep, our American girls, however, aro so proud, that unless a feU ipw nas two suits .of clothes, a. silver match, box and a couple 'of gold teeth, they reject .him. I have lately heard a secret report which declares that a few girls have stipulated that unless a man auuw mai. ne nas undergone an operation for appendicitis he need not soncit tneir affections. Applying tho story to the drunken traveller riding In a London cab to tha present subject. It reads thus: How much pleasanter lt Is to remain single and think how much pleasanter It Is to re main lpgle than It Is to marry, tban It is to marry an think how much ni.m. anUr It is to remain aingle than lt Is I to marry. E. p. M. tVfcat Ara Bisectors Far? Pittsburgh. Dispatch. Ths Clrectora of a New Jersey trust company wbos cashier achieved a short ag of WTi.OOC blame tho state examiners ror not seeping a closer watch. That dl rectors ara there to keep a close cratch does not seem to have penetrated the minds or any ot them. Activities of Women Mrs. Margaret Haller of St Louis, who Is a farmer, business woman and poli tician, will drive the automobile in which her son, Walter, and his bride will take their honeymoon. They plan to go -to Chicago and then cross Michigan. Mlas Ines Wisdom of Ypsllantl, Mich., who excelled Miss Hubbard In the lung test, xs a newspaper woman, but is train ing herself for physical oulture work in the Normal school at Ann Arbor, Mich. aa pians to secure a octree rrom the University of Michigan. At tha Lyceum theater In Indianapolis, all the vahtrs are women and they are all red headed or auburn haired, accord ing to the manager. The girls not only have Titian locks, but they are aald to be models of womanly beauty l.n every other respect. They are also said to be. Incidentally, first class ushers. A New York composer and director ot music, who has been all summer la Europe studying the new dances, says that women abroad are not nearly so chic and well drexta as in this country. Whenever he saw smartly gowned women it was only to find that they were Amer ican women travelers. Jane Day and Julia Richmond reverse the od order of things on tha East Side Iq New York where they advocate that the child shall teach the mother and riot the mother tha child: that As, tha mother la to learn by tha scientific study of the child. Good work ot this kind Is also said to have been dona in the state ot Oregon, and parents' and teachers' asso ciations In all parts ot the country ara taking up the work. The cost of living is a hard nut to crack for the working man. He must have nutri tious food and plenty of it and the food must be cheap. Do you know that there is more nutrition in a 10c pack age of FAUST S PAG H ETTI than there is in 4 lbs. of beef? It is rich in gluten, the food content that makes muscle,bone and flesh. SPAGHETTI will reduce your cost of living. Cut your meat bills two -thirds buy a few packages of FAUST SPAGHETTI a week. Tastes deli cious, has an appetizing, savory flavor. You can make a whole meal ,of ii Send for free recipe, book shows how many ways Spaghetti can be cooked. ' At kill grocers' 5c and 10c package. HAUll IS0S., SLUals, Me m A truss tkit doesn't fit neaos permueii iijary iH&ve your truss fittei by am expert . i Most" physicians in and T L . 1 tr- vm. wits uDuut u man fi realize ko fitter this necessity, and send their patients to ns to bo fitted, Our expert iits a hundred patients where even a fairly expert doctor or drusr stora man fits one. Twice a year ha com t- the leading truss flttln. lnatitn. tlons to learn tho latest mathoda. That ! hy phyatclaaa send , ...Hjfjf patients to ns to fas fitted. . ' "'.,t.t5a truss means not only discom fort, but the possible necessity of an opera tion to remedy -what would have been un nerassary with a trua mads to meet your individual requirements. The W. G. Clevelsnd Co. anrgical and Invalid Bnppllss. 1410-18 Harney gt. Telephone Bonf. 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