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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 23, 1914.
Tub Omaha Sunday Bbe. rouNDBD nr bdwaiid bosewatbh VICTOn ROSE WATER. EDlTOlt I3EB BUILDING. FARNAM AND 17TU. Entered at Omalia postofflco aa second. dais matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. CTitK .4 n T1AA rr.B M a r . . . . .S3 .00 Saturday Bee, ono year LW that la bad from tho urban. In mod Dally nee, without Sunday, one year.. 4.W ... linn i em unii NuiioiiTa one jcm w.wi a . - 1 i . . i -I. u I . 1 1 ' nT1In 1I1U JUUSO EUUUIU Bl'O IUO UlllllUI Kr,ntncnd Sunday Bee. Wr tnonth.-Wc ft little Closer Study. At tho Very Evening, without Sunday. Pr-outflet, tho dlfforonco between llfo In Dallv H. InrJudlne Sunday, per mo. .bo . . ... City and Country. One ot the Judges of tho district court, addressing a bhurch gathering during tho last week, said tho coun try Is tiring of paying the bills for tho crimes of tho cities. Ho left tho Inference) unmistakable that all that Is good flows from tho rural and all Daily Be? without Vndar7per month.tto tho country and llfo In tho city i .JWFLKtou lnser o marked as to amount -!-' W - 1 . . a . . . to a separata existence, it is a uib- tlnction In degree, perhaps, but that n xttT tancr Remit by droit, express or postal order, WSL!3S rh-Sv : . all. Tho railroad, tho automobile, copt on Omaha and eastern exchange, not tho .telephone, the rural free dellv accepted. ' --" tri enhnnln In tnr.t nvorv mod. iit. . !5 w orn manifestation of civilization and Xew York Hoorn uoo, wn avenue mgner eniiguicnmem. uaa conwiu- S-TT-nS SCS. w. utcd to bridging tho gap between tho -on nrjpnnnKS'ca country ana uio city, until in states Communications relating to new and8UCn as Nebraska tho gap has all but .rtitnnai mailer snouia ua nuut wcu i . , omaha Be. Editorial department. qisappearcu our larmors navo every oppor tunity for enjoying tho latest and 40by4: amelioration of life; exlsterico for Etata of Nebraska, County ot Douglas, M. """Vr " "" 7"" 7,;: Dwlght Williams, circulation manager that protect tho city man from tlio or The Be iTioiianing. company. -hnrn pornera of tho war. And. DEO. SUNDAY CIECULATION and run off gradually all summer long. Tho torrents of rain that como in the springtime over tho re gion between the Alleghanles and tho Rockies must run off with a rush. Until a plan may bo devised to control tho storm clouds that float up from tho Gulf of Mexico In Feb ruary, March and April each year, and discharge their billions of tons of water on tho lands of tho central slates, tho problem of freshets In tho river valleys will bo with us. duly sworn, fays that tho average Bun dn v rirruliilnn fnr Ilia month of Decem ber. 191S. was 41594. DWIOHT WII- XJAMB. Circulation Manager. Subscribed In my presence and sworn to to betora mo this 3d day ot January, IHt, IIUUISHT llUIN'lf.lt, Notary Vublla rarllr should bare The Bee mnllcd e tkem. Address vrlll t changed a otter as reaoested. cornors while tho old-fashioned virtues have by no manner of means been ban ished beforo tho coming of newor and softer ways of living on the farm, somo of tho nower vices havo found fresher fields In which to flourish. Llfo In tho city Is not all ono un interrupted pursuit of pleasure; tho city dweller has problems tho coun- Old Boreas seems to hero had ono try man Is aware of only by hearsay. good blow left In him. And It Is oaually truo that all life in thn rttv In not evil nor aro all Its Actor talk for publication bctLnl(, haA. And. as to tho matter when, their press agenta have fnllon nf .wrnvlnr the expense of maln- d0WU t.lnlnif irnvnm nnt. tOXCS flfC levied Ml"MO D w ' - " f - on tho cities nulto ns definitely oa on the farms of tho state. With an earful of ideals, congress will now proceed to fix tho pragmatic rt1t ttfeva Let ueorge vo . It Is always bettor to blunder to- Colonel Goothals Is a national, not ward right than Btand unfalteringly a local, asset. His work la of a wldor doing wrong. character than official monitor of tho He would un won, supposo tnis now league iBK,n,.h.et,,v ,iiHnnoInt millions of an outlaw. It Is tho bizarre that AmericanB by turning from tho gov- urws uicsa unys. If the 8traphangora of this country were to organize thoy could swing ay election over hold. ornorshlp of tho Panama to the su perlntendenco of New York's police department, and It is hardly concolv able that he would even entertain tho thought of It. We aro not so Mexico' decision not tn ililhit at sure, indeed, that ho has, seriously. the Panama exposition Is one ot tho Of courso. young Mayor Mitcnoi is tklnzs not to worry aver. ' out to organize the best staff of holp- ers ho can get ana is oniuicu to an Old Trusty will be eatln out of the political advantages accruing the reeldent'a bam! before lontr if I from his effort to secure Colonel the present pace keep up. Ooethals, whether he succeods or not, Dut helought to bo able to find a If Seer a British fall out, what will nM tn city of G.000.000 population the poor Ii7-Wshlnt9n Pert. . fcU ,rt,, fo- thlf, 1nb. uow i v-. j ,, ttr.it . I - ucsb o nin uu, ir Cllt yuu I , .... - . . ImnnWIinn Tn.ua. i,,.,n mnn,r- n, MnsT Why not let George do itT Ade to ma for United States senator. As one of tho groat, unafraid men of There must be a Joke In this some- the nation, wiin me umo nn vkero for rofora, ho ought to mako a whirlwind as ciiief ot pouco. jdyuq And even It they did legislate Jako RUs could hardly bo oxpectod to reason out of the Sherman act. It suroaBB him. As chief for bo long to would not bo any worse oft than tho late Mr. Morgan In policing tho raaay another law. industrial world In a way, Porklns should bo peculiarly flttea, mucn It Is hard to interest men in ah In- better, we should say, than Colonol stitutlon that Is not making good, Goethals, for this great office, which 1 a tip for all good lneUtu-l Now, really, instead ot having tloms to make good. Perkins run all over tho country try- nsr to wish this Job on eomeono else, oiae saea Have w pay lor ineir -w -hould not Mayor Mltcnoi np e ii-i . . w ii alt r . I wverwBeT, wane um Alien wnito point blm and bo done wlln 117 jam. ueciiaee iu run tor suversor oi . Tr,.f, tti "The world doesa't kaew to this When St. Joseph business men day whe hit Billy Pattenea," ob- protested that their city rightly be- eerree an exchaage. In which the longed, not to Kansas city or at world has none the better ot Billy, Louis, as a banking tributary, but to Chtcaso. they woro asked tnls quos Oiaaha'a bak clearings still show h-- Dy Secretary Houston, according K keauay weexiy increase, waica to tha dispatches: He Loved Justice. Zola, Maltro Laborl and others, who championed tho causo of Droy fus, did bo without having to mako such sacrifices as fell to Mario' Georges Plcquart. This man stands apart from all others in the charac ter ot tho circumstances that sur rounded his action. Ho only knew Dreyfus slightly and disliked him. His and Dreyfus' ways in llfo lay far apart. Plcquart had honor, sta tion, reputation, ambition, a follow ing, all of which he threw away for tho prlrllego ot defending the wrotched and ruined prey of French bureaucracy, but more, for the priv ilege of fighting for abstract right. For Plcquart loved Justice. Ho could not refrain from doing what he did, oven though at tho cost of all that most men hold dear. Ho won, of course. Courage, hero ism, a bcdso of JubUco llko that novor loses. And winning, he roso higher in tho world's estimation than ho over could havo risen by yielding to tho importunate pleadings of friends afraid to fight for such a causo, too llttlo to shako off, as this man did, sordid ambition, race preju dice and tho stern consciousness of duty. Thoro is no higher typo of man hood than that represented In tho life that went out during tho week in France, at whoso tomb tho world; uncovored bows. Had Dreyfus been his friend, had ho ever been of his ensto, Plcqunrt's part would not pos sess tho dynamic charm it does. H was not his friend, nor of his caste. Ho was only a human and, as Plc quart believed and tho world now knows, a deeply wronfeod man, the victim of ono of the inpst merclloss Intrigues over porpotrated, but that was enough to tiro such a soul as Plcquart's. Now, Bomeono will wish to erect a monument to Plcquart's famo, but what monument could reach as near to heaven as that be erected In this noblo, heroic, solf-sacrltlco? eofffet to be proof ot the importance I of the city to the territory It serves. "Suppose we put a nan in Omaha?" t nnvnr fravo that a consideration uovemor uuoai oi ft probability." replied; the St the place to train children is at homo, and ho has had enough expert eace to give his opinion some weight Joseph spokesman, whicn ovokou this significant rotort from Secretary McAdoo .... j.u ii tsMAtt. what la nrnhablri tlln I mil III hen In. I BU UU" I """" " " .. k ,1, u with this committee i . w a J It Is to bo hoped wo do not mlsln '"01- uwu nt that KtntfW uateward Influcnco will dull the - - . . I tnnt. urtKima air. uuw P0101, I l l 4. mnttnr. .. . . t imnossblo that Hecroiories Prhans vou notlcnd from the dta. I seems nulxhH tot nnn. nf hla rnltnm,. McAdOO and Houston, after pOlTSOn raa in to puU Congressman Johnson UUr surveying the field, could fall to ntt nt that lawyer-lobbyist h num. recognUe tho indisputability ot rtntnhn'n Hnlms 10 one Ol luueu W " meled. President Wilson Is also entitled to whatever credit may flow from the fact that he has made a pretty fair sort of conservative out of Mr. Bryaa. regional banks. Flood Control. Again la congress bolng ltnpor tuned tor the appropriation ot very largo sum ot monoy $10,000,' 000 annually for ten years to bo oxponded in the work of impounding flood" waters at the river Bources that a moro equal discharge may be Now, It would be Just too flabber- gastlug for anything if, after all thoee nice plans for curbing tho trusts, the trusts persisted in not be- Ulg Curbed, . ntnVnmnnt nnmlhln tli i?mln!m and tho Facta" Is the Price asked would bo InBlgnlflcant r.tinn nf an editorial In the New hut the fact is the floods that do York Times. Thank you. It wo want such damage in tho great Mississippi facts on feminism we will go to Mr. oage aismci uo now u muir irotwonrt for them. wl'u " rivers. If President Wilson should lose It tho nooas were aue enureiy to that California date land, he might the melting enowp of tho mountains cam out and set tomo of this good or to the rainfall around tne neaa old Nebraska pr&nge belt soll'and bo I waters of such streams as do notrlso much better off for the exchange. In the mountains, tae project mignt have some morit. The area ot low- Gveraor Hi Johnsoa has con- lands drained by the streams of the seated te run again "to save thel great valley is far In excess ot the caiiae." The last California leglsla- surface ot the mountains, where the tur created 300 new appointive knows of winter are packed by their of floes. Draw your own conclusions.! 0WD, weight into Ice, and melt slowly Rro now up a&alnst tho task ot per fecting this cornorato system bo as to mako it servo the purposes of our complex and over-expanding national life. And wo ought to obtain a good deal of practical aid along that lino from tho National Chamber of Commerce looking Sackwan t yMsJjay in Omaha COMMITS ntOM bxz niu -1 Education for Farmers. A Lincoln papor that Is ardently seeking support for tho plan of keep ing divided tho schools ot the Uni versity of Nebraska, ubcs for an ar gument tho statement that very tow graduates of tho university go back to tho farm, while practically all tho boys and girls who take the short courso at tho school ot agriculture do roturn to agricultural pursuits. Reasoning from this standpoint, tho Lincoln paper concludes it is wise and prudent to continue the condl tlon that prevents the farmer boyu and girls from taking tho full col lege courso In connection with tho Bpeclal training provided in the purely technical school, tho promise being that tho higher education un fits tho student for farm llfo. That such bosh should be put forth seriously is' Indicative ot tho desperation ot tho opponents of tho plan for campus consolidation. The numoso is to arrango matters so that Btudents at tho state farm can also havo tho advantage of special coursos in other studies than thoso moroly nortalnlnn to agriculture. Suroly, no enlightened champion tf tho university will insist that its use fulness is lessoned or its purposes dofeated by making Us advantages ot avail to all the boys and girls ot tho state. The Tripartite Law. At the end of their forty years ot discipline in tho Arabian desert, tho ohildron ot Israel marched to Mount Sinai, wherethrough Moses, God pro pounded His law. He divided it into threo parts, as it were: Tho moral law as a guldo to dally conduct or personal living. The ceremonial law as a directory of worship. Tho civil law for the government of the nations. Today thero Is an effort to substi tute the civil for tho moral law, to cdnfuto and confound tho purposes of tho Almighty Some attempt this as a means of salving their consci ences for tho setting asldo and the slipping from under tho law ot in dividual j accountability. It seems to enable them to move aldng lines ot least resistance by throwing off tho stern obligations of tho individual onto tho state, a sort of impersonal pooling ot personal responsibilities and thon when the atato falls, as in tho naturo ot things It must, to meet tho demands and exigencies ot tho moral law in tho llfo of the In dividual, those charged with law en forcement are blamed for bolng re creant to official duties. Cortalnly thero is enough of dellb erato unfaithfulness in public office, but now and thon It is difficult to know whether the blamo for the fail ure of a law should really rest on tho man charged with its- enforce ment or tho peoplo, who through the legislature, stato or national, that created it. Whoro thoro has been Buch a confusion ot tho moral and civil lawB, tho blamo seems unques tionably to fall on the peoplo as a 'wholo and not on the official they put in the'anomalous position of try' lng to onforco that kind of a law. Tho samo principle is to be found as between tho family and tho stato Tho old law on which society was reared laid on tho family certain ob ligations, which no amount ot legls latlng or abstruso reasoning can pos slbly change or remove. Wo may go on Indefinitely lengthening tho list ot our public and quasi-public substl tutcs for tho home and parental au thority, but wo will never solve any problomB for either tho family or tho stato that way. Tho family cannot perform its function by delegating it to tho state and tho sooner we got that firmly fixed in our minds tho sooner we shall begin to realize hotter results at undoing much of the mis chief ensuing from our deliberate turnlng-away in a transport of fad dlsm from this original proposition: The moral law as a guldo to dally conduct or personal living. The ceremonial law as a directory ot worship. Tho civil law for the government of tho nations. JANUARY 25. Thirty Years Ago - The Burns club pulled off a big cele bration on tho one hundred and twenty fifth birthday anniversary ot the Scot tish bard, embracing a banquet, literary program and ball. Fully COO persona sat down to supper, and participated In tho program. George I White, bookkeeper for A. J. Simpson, who has been In Omaha for the last eighteen months, has been joined by his wife, who came In from the west, and will make her homo here. A report from Fremont Is to tho ef fect that A. P. Hopkins expects to re sign his position ns president ot tho Fre mont National bank and move to Omaha, to go Into the new bank about to be started by Ezra Millard. Delegates from .Omaha to the state flremens' convention at Fremont, were D. II. Lane, Company No. 1; II. Logies, Com pany No. 3; Lewis KrolUsch, Pioneer An Important Gathering. The Cbambor of Commerce of the United States, which holds Its second annual meeting in Washington next month, should act as a great clearing houBo of Ideas for the business world in this country. It Is essentially representative in its make-up, com prising commercial organisations of all leading and many interior cities and towns, and, therefore, the domi nant business brains of the land. It Is not supposed to exist tor offensive purposes, but rathor tor the simple tiurposo of advancing and maintain' lng business Interests along stable and legitimate lines; of eliminating false and inefficient methods and fostering a better mutual feeling be tween business, so-called, and tho rest ot the community. At this particular meeting the question of corporate activity tn all its aspect Is to be threshed out. Com lug on the heels of the president's an tl-trust message, it will tend to havo extraordinary significance. We havo reached tho period in our national life when this is a most domlnan question, for our business today Is constructed and carried on very largely in corporate form. Corpora tlons represent more than 300,000 business concerns, with an aggregate of more than $61,000,000,000 worth of stocks and moro than ?34,000, 000,000 worth of bonds and other ob ligations. They ramify in every di rcctlon, touching every limb and branch and twig of tho lite ot the nation. So the day for railing against cor porations as Buch has gone by, W People and Events Itural school patrons, in session at Lincoln during tho week, found out for one thing that tho country schoolma'am is really doing good work, the proof being that puplte from the rural schools have no diffi culty In keeping up when they are transferred to tho city schools. If other problems in connection with the rural schools were as easily dis posed of tho whole situation would be entirely satisfactory to all. Tho casual observer would say the growth of dairying in Nebraska hob been rapid enough to suit anybody, but tho professional dairymen think not, and it they have their way Ne braska will not only bo first In tho matter of butter and cheese, but so far out ahead that tho second will be no place at all. Tho Boe takes pardonable pride in the fact that tho death rato for In fants in Omaha is the lowest of any city in the United States, a condition ascrlbablo to the Improvement in the city's milk supply, the condition that was brought about by this paper's support of the city physician In his crusado against tho insanitary dairy Hook and Ladder: William Pflastln. Company No. 4; William Webb, Thurs ton Hosa company; Flro Chief John II. Butler. A boy who can speak German, la wanted In the law offlco ot Walter Bennett, Room 14, Rcdlck's block. J. K Brandcts & Sons, wholesale no tions, 1207 Faraam street, advertise for two traveling salesmen only thoso that are experienced In the notion goods busi ness and acquainted In Nebraska, Twenty Years Ago . Como floating- over the wires from Jacksonville, Fla., tho reporta from rlng sldo where Jim Corbett laid low with al most a single punch tho handsome, haughty daughty Charley Mitchell, the British champion, who camo over to eat allvo tho upstart of a conqueror of John L. Sullivan, whom Mitchell came almost beating In a footrace once In Prance. Sandy Qrlswold, as sporting editor for Tho Bee, wired, from the biff arena that there had been soven and one-halt min utes of fighting when Corbott shot & thunderbolt to Mitchell's Jaw, which sent the British braggart down to tho mat. John T. Kelly opened an agreement of his ' McFeo of Dublin" at the Boyd! theater, appearing to great advantage in his fine Irish wit and comedy. w. J. Ward, 507 Patrick avenue, died at 7:30 a. in. ot consumption. Ho was carpenter. 33 year of age and left a wife and three children. Central Labor union announced tKb fol lowing as pledged to make speeches at a labor mass meeting In Exposition hall on the coining Sunday: Prank T. Ransom, Gilbert M. Hitchcock, D. Clem Deaver, August Beerman, Samuel D. Nedrey, Edward Rosewater. The charity committee to raise funds and 'provisions for the destitute met at the office ot Mayor Berals and elected John Rush secretary and Alfred Millard treasurer. T. L. Kimball explained the. plans ot operation. Ten Years Ago Judgo Charles Ogden died at his homo on -rmny-nimn street near varnam as a result of a puralytlo stroke of a few hours before, while he was attending & meeting of tho Omaha Whist club In the Bee building. Ho was at once removed to his homo and attended by Dr. W. O, Bridges. Judge Odgen was about 45 years of age, born In Louisiana, had lived In Omaha some twenty years and was active In social and political circles. Senator Charles II. Dietrich arrived from his home at Hastings en route to Washington, where, he Bald, he would remain during the rest of the winter and session of congresi. xno mercury was still cavorting on the lowlands, going as far down, as 17 below xcro. Governor William II. Taft, formerly of the Philippines, passed through Omaha, going to Washington to assume his new duties as secretary of war In Roosevelt's cabinet. "When you speak of fighting , tnere, there is no ngnting," said he, oa to conditions In the Islands, where he said things were never more quiet. Nathan E. Dlllrance's livery stables on St. Mary's avenue burned, tn which thir ty-two horses perished and the owner sustained a loss of $8,000. The chase after grafters has become so genM-al among th civic upllftcrs In New York that clubs have been restored to the cops, doubtless with the privilege of beat ing the gnme. Tho Lady Knights ot the Green Gar ter" is tho name of' nn organization formed by women ot Philadelphia whoso husbands are often away from homo on business. Never mind what the object Is; It is enough to know that the members will stand by their colors. A very forceful argument on the af firmative side ot the subject, "Marriage Makes Men Live Longer," appered In the Boston Herald followed by a news item headed! "Twins! Ho Is Told: Father "Drops Deadl" A clover make-up can wield a hammer without making a noise. Automobile shows are moving around on the winter circuit and drawing crowds of spectators and buyers. These exhibits carry a melancholy side which Is visible though not featured. If you must see It, Just watch tlio man who drives a car of the vintage of 1912 viewing a 1314 model without a fraction of tho price In sight. Down in Kansas City tho third trial of Dr. Hydo Is held up until the court of last resort decides whether the county authorities can lawfully appropriate money to pay court expenses. If law breakers could be hobbled as speedily as tho leaden feet ot Justice aro chained to the floor, what a merry old world this would be. Dr. John, "the last notod Indian mcdl cino man ot the Klamath tribe," is no more. In his day and generation he was a wonderful mixer of incantations and herb Juice, and blazed the trail to the happy hunting grounds as hopefully as his paleface brethren. But his methods survived, modernized and Improved. In the hands of -the paleface, tribe medical sorcory yields more wampum than Poor Lo ever dreamed of. The postofflco sleuths are painfully shy of the sense of humor when they break up tho business of Charles A. Lomas, a New Yorker, who operated a correspond ence school for the education of colored men to be Pullman porters. Mr. Lomas among other things expounded "the theory and practice of moral suasion ap plied to tipping, the aesthetics ot whisk brooming," and tho "persuasive Influence of tho human smile." Tho fact that Mr. Lomas scooped In $10,000 In six months goes to show how easily talent can fill a long felt want In the Jeans. "If you don't do what I tell you to do I'll throw you out of office and wreck your administration," Sulzer Bays Murphy told him. That is the principle on which all spoilsmen, big and little, operate, which Sulzer, ot course, know beforehand. Abou Ben Johnson is left of ail the brave to uphold the honor of old Kaintuck. And in Washington dwells a lawyer, who recently had business with congress, ready to affirm that Bon Is on the Job with a true blue- grass Bwlng. Is it possible that Secretary Wll son's plan to make Asiatics como up to American military specifications before thoy can enter the United States forecasts Premier Bryan's. lotig delayed reply to Japan's note of inquiry? Our old friend, Link Steffens, ha? just held a clinic on Boston. Omaha may think It understands its own case, but it will never really know what alls it until Link makes diagnosis. MUFFLED KNOCKS. When a man Is going to marry a girl she knows It six months beforo he makes up his mind about it When a man's memory goes back on him It Is always about tho dollar he owes you and never about the dollar you own him. Considering the fact that you can al ways start a new religion. It is funny that & lot of men are content to work for a living. Job imagined he was up against It. But he never sued a railroad for $10,030 and had to wait fifteen years to get a verdict of 10 cents. Every man likes to have you run In on him when he is busy and waste about an hour of his time telling him how to run his business. If a woman loves a man, a little thing like a glass eyo or a wooden leg doesn't mako any difference. But a man can't see a woman who is built that way. It Is funny that a man who Is so care ful not to spoil his features that ho uses a safety razor when he shaves will think nothing of fooling around with a married woman. Can you remember tho first tlmo you attended a party where each boy had to take a girl home? Remember how you studied your speech all evening to get It right and then when the time came yoU stammered: "May I hevo tho pleasure of escorting you home?" Remember how you walked on the air and felt too happy to talk? And remember how the other boys at school made you blush when they would yell: "Bill's got a girl!" Them was the happy days. Cincinnati Enquirer. SECULAR SHOTS AT PULPIT. Washington Post: An Atlanta preacher i claims bo took up with an "ariinity, oe- causo his wife wrongfully accused him of flirting with other women! he'll hav to admit, however, that sho knew his lcanln's. Philadelphia Rcord: The Wcsleyan unl- verslty professor, who was deposed' fori proposing tho closing of all tho churches! for a couplo of years. Just as an expert-, mcnt, has not succeeded In establishing 1 his place In politics. By a very narrow! margin he haa been defeated for mayor' of Mtddletown, but he has a lot ot friends who think he Is Just about tne sort or man for governor of tho state, and will undertake to mako him a candidate at the next election. Timoklvn Eonle: Dr. Eliot's coming re ligion will "relieve man from Irrational! terrors," and at tho samo time It wilt; 'rely on reason and hope," with no faith In tho "miracle," or, In other words. In tho supernormal. To many sincere Chris-' tlan believers man's appropriation ot the supernormal haa been along the direct llne ot bis spiritual ascension toward the light of truth and away from uio darkness ot ignorance. Thero are many who bc llovo that faith In the unseen haa bcen( a more valuable substance in nm worm , i . . i m I than steel, electricity or raoium. bus vl course, such solid faith as this Is super normal or.d higher than laboratory proof by tcst-tubo methods. The few men In tho world who havo been sustained by It have, Indeed, been rellovcd from Irra tional terrors. PASSING PLEASANTRIES. "I don't quite see why lawyers should . get Imposed on so much," said Farmer' Corntossel. "Imposed on!" "Yes. Every time one gets a govern-: ment offlco he says he Is compelled to give up a lucrative practice.;' Washing ton Star. The Doctor What you need is to per splro freely. I'd recommend a Turkish j bTho Plutocrat I don't need It. doctor.) I can throw myself Into a perspiration at any moment. , "How?" "By reading my Income tax blank." Cloveland Plain Dealer. "What's the matter?" ... "I've got the blues. I haven't a friend In the world." "Why, I thought you had lota or friends. Been trying to borrow money 'r"Nope.enj?ust tho reverse. Been lending money to 'em."-St. Louis Republic. "Let me read you the beginning of my manuscript. Tho winds howled dismally and just then a revolver barked twice iiintinrtiv throuKh the clear, biting II "Hold on ft minute. Is this going to be a dog story?" Baltimore American. r "Aro thero different kinds of cour-' age, pa?" "Yes, my son." , "Whafa reckless courage, par "Its tho kind that nerves a an?Vl"?: i man In a crowded street car to tell two El! hulkers and a t woman to 'mov. along there an' make room for a' wonVant' "-Cleveland Plain Dealer. AT LAST. John Greenleat Whlttler. I "Whnt'a the AnaTrer? Boston Transcript. Senator Kenyon, advocating the abol ishment of the senatorial free barber shop, rises to remark that it costs as much to shave a senator as It does to inoculate a hog with serum, but what's the answer wouldn't It be a waste of time to Inoculate the senators? When on rny day of life the night la And.lnntn'e winds from unsunned spaces blown I bear far voices out of darkness calling My feet to paths unknown. Thou who has made my home of life so LevenotNta tenant when Its walls decay: 0 Love Divine, O Helper ever present -Bo Thou my etrengtn and stay! Bo near me when all else Is from me drifting; . , A . ' , Earth, sky, home's picture, days of shade and shine, And kindly faces to my own uplifting Tho lovo which answers mine. 1 havo but Thee, my Father! let ttty spirit . . . , . .' Bo with me then to comfort and uphold. No gate of pearl, no branch of palm I merit. Nor street of shining gold. Suffice It If my good and 111 unreckoned. And both forgiven through Thy abound- ( lng 'grace I find myself by hands familiar, beck- ' aned Unto my fitting place. fiomo humblo door among Thy many mansions. Some sheltering shade where sin and striving cease. I And flows forever through heaven's 1 green expansions The river ot Thy peace. There, from music round about me steal ing, I fain would learn the new and holy sonc And find at last, beneath Thy treea of healing. The life for which I long. LINCOLN AND TUB UNIVERSITY Visitors to De Informed, bat Nat to Be Importuned. Lincoln State Journal. The presence ot considerable numbers of Nebraskans in Lincoln during the week of organized agriculture has natur ally caused somo discussion of the future location of the university. Visitors havo taken occasion to look over the farm and tho city campus and weigh the advan tages and disadvantages of the two plans that must be passed upon by the voters at the November election. So far as the city of Lincoln is concerned it has as a whole so little at stake in the mere mat ter of the selection of the site for the new university that It can afford to take, as It generally dpes, an attitude of fair neutrality- Any Information In the pos session of Lincoln men or organisation that will assist the voters In making up their minds will be given freely to o'J applicants. But the city Is not disposed to endorse any noisy offering of advice which may be put under suspicion as tainted with self Interest This Is no time for the blare ot real estate bands or the development of a partisan spirit It is a time for the people to make up their minds through quiet and earnest study on the course of action that will give them the best results for the money they are spending on their university. If the local community Is guided by wis dom and genuine public spirit It win see that the exact facts are made available to all Inquirers, but that nobody's views are blatantly and offensively forced upon the attention of visitors 'p iff I V- ' . m i no JA Traveling Palace1 of Crystal and Steel THE new sun-parlor observation car of the Seminole limited the car which is giving even luxury-hardeaed travelers a thrill of surprise. People travel to sec the world. They want to see the matt, in the thorttsl time, with the least posslblo effort. This they can do whea they Journey South in the sun-parlor car of the Seminole Limited Th MiUhnalrm't Way to Florida r- Tkl, Bun-tMjlor otMrrmllea ui souls 1b laxmrr t ideal re of puitlU kittle 11 It Bid, of cltxr slttt mt Ik to wild rtbt of tutl. Thtf U bis. club4uti tttouaf-roon for ui: Inert It t bufftt tad t. wHllur Mom. tad a, arttft turn. out rtiaarapa vhtn tftaroooa tot It ttrved. tad vhtrt a a rata or nti at ooauantiu at u utr wuoii at stem. W here assured safety as well as comfort Electric block !& and doobl tracks are Tour protection. Uorcover. this U a mmtk train, al than art k aaanrlBS lataraMdltto ttnntaatt witk thalr aoltt ta4 alar. Xbt btEataoJt Llai4 ti an all-tal Ir&Xt wlU. a rtxird Ua btiaf oa una, iil It oatta ao aton than oa atdiaar Uaiaa, Xmim CMeov t.JSv. l SL. LttUt tlM p.n. jLrritu JeckivnnlU 7 JO a.M. nca4 MnUn0 ti Illinois Central g, VOBTS, Blstriet rasssnger Afsnt, 07 South Hth St, Omaaa, Jfskr. TaL Booflaa ae.