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i 4 f " if I1 THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ypUNDKD DY KUWAKU HUWKWAThJt VicTOn IlOSKWATKUTBDlfOIU BBB BUILDINC1. FAUN AM AND 17TH. Knt.r t Dnilhl DOStOfflCO OS ICOnd tiass mailer. TKRMS OF SUBSCIUPTIOKB. Hundsy Bee, one year Ktu4w T1 nlM TPiXT .... Daily Bee, without Sunday, one yew- -g Dally Bee and Sunday., on" year.-. -w (LOO 1.W 4.00 Evening and Sunday Bee. per Bveninir. without 8unday. ""'""SJ Dally Bee. Indudlne' Sunday. pcrrno..j Dally Bee, without Sunday, per mon Address all complaints ot eIR"'flt"u In deliveries to Cltr circulation Uept. cept on Omaha and eastern excuangw. not accepted. rilfH-inKS. Omaba-Tlie "V"?' , South Omaha-Si! J .glr.V street. founcll Bluffs-14 North Main Btreeu l.lncoln-K UtUa "ulldkiB. ihloaso-Wl Ilearat llulldint. ?ew York-Boom 11W. fFi,"mmlfce St I-oul-M3 New Bank o.mm.trw ?qrgjteenth St.. N. W COmiESPONDKNCB. c ommunication, relallns to " " editorial matter should be addressea umaha Bee. Kdltorlal Department. Do-Somethings and Do-Nothings. It Is Idle to scold tlio stay-at- homoa who refused to take tho trou bio to co to the polls and voto at the recent special olectlon, or to attempt to put upon thsm the responsibility for tho outcome, where tho shifting of a few votes would have changeJ the result. All things boing consid ered, tho proportion of stay-at-homes disclosed is not abnormally largo compared to the revolatlons of pre vious special elections either here or In other cities. But that is not the point wo wish to make so much as that every com munity Is made up of people who do something and of people who do nothing people who are active In public affairs, and pcoplo who take no direct Interest In them. The dif ference between these two classes Is manifest also in every society, club, labor union, business organization, church congregation In fact, in every assemblage or association of Individuals. Kvecywhoro a few take the lead and rally tho support of fol lowers possessing the energy, whllo the listless moroly sit around with out expressing a desire or Indicating FEBBUAUY CIBCULATION. 51,715 ... t -.v,. ... rvtuntv or Douslaa. as- "I'Bnv v. beinr a preference, ine ao-notnmgs arc natch, received new of the death or a duly aworn, aaya that the avewse uaiiy content to let tho do-somethings run brother In California. .ThisDax in Omaha Twice Told Tales MAItCH 13. Thirty Wats Ago- The remains or the late Bishop uiaxK son were Interred In Trinity churchyard at 1 o'clock. The caiket was of red cedar covered with black broadcloth, on which rested a puiple pall with a largo white cross. Blshws MeLaren of Chi cago, Hare of South Dakota, Hpalding" of South Dakota, Brown of Wisconsin. Vail of Kansas, Robertson of Missouri and Walker of North Dakota participated in the ceremonies. A Forirotten Detail. When Joseph W. Balloy, now practicing law In New TorW. befran hl career In Texas, he was approached by a ntgri, with a request for legal assistance. The neicro was accused of havlns beaten up his wife In a manner that endangered her life. Bailey Immediately went after the facts. "What did you do to her?" he asked. I ain't dono nothln' 'cep hit her cross do hftid." explained the offender. "Now. look yere. 'Jack,' " said young Bailey, "you must have hurt her pretty badly. What did you hit her with. Didn't I IJMU1X. IT link UIU JVM i.lV tW?' uymT l i.w Uii have something In your hamir CJ. F. Harrison have formed a law part- . .. . ,.,. .0I.1 -jack" nershlp with the firm name ot Daley, , d haye noUj,ng n my .VIItftV JP 1 Tn trl snri ttltll nffItB Itl In? I After a few minutes "Jack" 'returned. "I done been thlnkln' of it. an' sencc I done tried to rlcollect all de details." ha replied elowly. "I b'lleve I docs re member dat I had hold of ft skillet but 'I ain't noways sartln noways sartln which han' It was In." Popular Maga zine. First National bank building. John Wlthnell and his daughters, Blanche and Allle, have returned from a delightful trln to New Orleans and thi south. It Is announced that the spiritualists will hold their anniversary In Masonic hall on the Kth and 30th to comment the advent of spiritual manifestations at Hydcavlllo thirty years ago, and that Colonel D. M. Fox and wife will etindue: tho proceedings. Joe 11. I licks, city editor of the Dls Vnnr Neighbor's VlU Congressman Jamea C. caninu 01 Kentucky, was reminded of one the other evening when reference was made in tne way In which Bertha bangs the piano. Some time since, ho said, sweet it pai tjuiy bjuiui . " ,C Kiihruarr. I " 1 I tome ume since, no " Hrrnlatlon for the month ot leoruary, i ii I u. ,i t ri,,i. k. jnhnaon aral . . .. . . . i... iii -o M TLi. ;uu wornn, rcocrtiuK uiiij uiu iuuvi-i -. laown at. ine jnanu in little "nwinllT WILUAMB, rMrMilsilnn Manager. KulMcrlbed In my presence and sworn to fault, Ufor. n this Wjgggiyft TBit. Of course, what every live com- ,Bed m, dled. seal wotary u.w mun y wants and needs Is to In- rj wonty 1 ears aco 9abcrlHers ipavinir me r temporarlly ahoald hare The Bee mailed to Ihem. Address trill bo chjmsred as often as requested. Shorlnsr the Jobless to the Farms. rAPILMON. March It -To the Editor of Tho Bee: In a recent editorial or cor respondence you say something about Kelley's army being made up of vagrants, hoboes or bums, and that It these' men wish work they could, obtain It, as tho farmers are now, and have been, desirous of getting reliable help. As a farmer's son ami working as a farm hand myself at present, and having traveled somewhat In the, last few years, I wish to say you do not know farmers or tho conditions of the men designated as "bums." Last fall I went to my home to stay during the winter, but my folks were unable to keep me unless I paid my board, and I had no money to do that. I had to come clear from South Dakota down here near Omaha to get a place to work for my board. Coming through Omaha on my way I talked with a young Chap of rcsDectablft imrimn. vrhn mM Jobs fn 'Omaha were as scarce as they could be, ami that ho had been nearly arrested as a vagrant. Do you suppose that anyono Is going to start out and tramp the country for miles in mid winter In search of a place on some farm to earn his board If It can possibly be avoided? If not, how Is an Idle man in the city to know what farmers. If any, want a chore boy? People say this and that about the needlessly Idle, but It Is because they are nt nml Innllnnnhln rlcht to fln.l receiving congratulations over a daugh- .uburban home, and started to bat at l, uu iiraiui in uit ,thn v.v. Tlint was 8 OCIOCK. fll cnorailt Of rnnrtlllnn. A. . U-.ll..,. Charles E. Flsk, the well-known printer. ah, wt8 ,un on the Job. The same at nrmy, I do not know, but I believe that 9. At 10 ti man who had jusi moica if h men mm nffr,i Into the neighborhood come over and aD4 W8ges they would be. id to ink creaso tho proportion of tho do- J,7, ",7.i , frT.v .,,i vm gently pushed tho buxt button. them. If they did not. then It would ba CHEERY CHAFF. Artist-Your wife has such a mobile face. Husband That's queer, wo ve only just got one. Baltimore Amerloan. 'I want to avoid being misunderstood." said the man who explains. t wen. replied Senator sorghum, v -yn want to consider that It wrks both ways. Sometimes belnx misunderstood m lueky." Washington Star. "I think the wk take a man at his own valuation." I think toM are mistaken. The cus tomhouse Inspectors are as alert a ever:" Town Topk. Her Dad What do vmi mmn. sir. bv embracing my daughter? Ybung Man I was merely obeying the Scriptural Injunction to "Hold fast that which la good." Boston Transcript. "You say the prima donna Is the prin cipal of that musical show?" "Yes." "And the pretty chorus?" "That rcDresents the Interest." Cin cinnati Enquirer. "I hear Wombat is a gentleman farmer now." 'ltlght un to the notch, too. Puts evening dress on all his scarecrows every day at dusk." Ioulsyjllc CourieriJournaJ. "Why don't you have a tombstone placed on your wife's grave?" "I want to wait a year or two. Then I'll not bo likely to Indulge In foolish ex travagance." Chicago ltecord-Herald. A retail dealer In leather goods, doing business In Baltimore, wrote to a firm In southern Massachusetts ordering a car load of the merchandise. Tho firm wired hlin: "Cannot ship your order until the last consignment Is paid for." "Unable to wait so long," telegraphed J the leather merchant. "Cancel tho order.' I Upplncott's Magazine. "And how long, doctor, should I stick to this plain. Inexpensive diet which you recommend T' "Why-cr until my bill Is pald."-8at-urdny Journal. JUST A CLERK. H. J. Maclean In New York Times. L-ord. I am but a little olerk. That scratches with a pen; I rlo and eat and toll and steep, Just an all other men. The only colors In my life Are drabs and duns and grays, Yet on the whole I am content To tread the beaten ways. But sometimes when the mtdsprlng mist floats In the scented night. Strange spirits whisper In my car, And visions cross my sight. I sec myself a giaclous youth, In purple nml bright steel: The golden spurs of knightly worth Arc glistening on each heel. I rldo Into a world of dreams. And with my pennloned lane I pierce the mystic veil that hides The land ot high romance. But as I pass through Galahad's glades. Adventuring on my way. , A ghost Is ever at my back. The ghost of every da And noon or late Its horrid hand, That never yields or stays. Will hurl me from my land of dreams, Back to its beaten ways. Oh. Ixrd. some pray to Thee for gold, Som for n woman's smile; But all 1 ask Is a breath ot life, Onco for a little while. Grant me. before I pass beyond, One chanco to play a part. To drop the guise of the little clsrk And show the man at heart. LJ'Z'lfirZ, rA, frnm gently pushed tho buxx button. , somethings, for they are the vitaliz- Bt roulB( t0 hear thc argunjcnl. "I hrd your nM lM 1 1, a hnnillnllnH Tltlil i . . - -1 .1 , IPIKIIICU VII" ll "tll"1 " mtiur 111 uiu u'uiuiiuii. xnuioi mo union x-acmc -nurnnieu or i- . ,-,t t .i.ri,ifTt1 1 . , ... . .... ... jt Inarsa came to the door, and J tnougm from what are thev rnlnp ,n hr.- I most promising iioia tor enusunentai Jiorugn m. uir pomuom s - - . .,,,. . i . . .. " ....... Z T, .....' t..Z ,.:..!' .L-JrecenUr cut. He was accompanied by I" would drop in for R ' ' .1 foes anyone bellevo men Prefer to be . .urn iuu.. ui ra ....UUB .u-u Ireland, attorney in Nebraska "J"ne! Flnov ' "-- miserably clad and fed. or that It Is eXlXalr to call them "hiimn " Tf !. mn " ore ent back to thc cities they came who are still young, and not vet con-1 . IviriiA'a nana, trying to haul the new I naturft, tn -f J. Bull Is also watchfully waiting. f,rmcd ,n do-nothing habits. Tho Chrls Oleson waj sitting comfortably neighbor Into tho house, "atadyou did! rcmely to ,hovo th0 worknR young men and women must bo pre- perched on his lofty load of hay. driving B "1 "'" I'l T'V in countr'- you had better get the farm- I . . a I "."Vftf HTHPIIV LllU La TCBUVIIUCU UIU wvn I rVm Whrt .nt k n a. .J...tl.. t I called on to take a hand In public n. two nomo ateca. id.ure y a.ong wnen ""'.ns: nta the parlo, in .r . " iw, lim iia BiiiU'cu unu auu nnu uuwii 1 - . t . i ' w v o m I come Chris Oleson with a broken collar- B Particular case nu u Know where to go to get work and not bone. It h'aDoened at Seventeenth and ,r9 t0 e tno P"0" wl, was .pos bve to tramp the country. Poorly dressed Democracy and Tammany. Cuming streets. scssea oU0f"' ond hungry. CLARENCE SJOBLOM. Undoubtedly, many domocrats are George Michael and Walter Bridges aurance. -i-n.ui. .1-1. --j ..-.j r.-.- , ... .Isllnned and fell whllo trvlnir to rnls a I 1 I . Ja lo lnc Inse. bick nu iireu oi ijobd .nurpny aii'tir " : . , T t ihuuci in hid main luuiu ul Muryayt The Sale Will Soon Be Closed and the prices increased and then the new Encyclopaedia Britannica will only be sold for cash. You should send your inquiry at once. Friday tho thirteenth! Keep your lingers crossed! t The really happy man Is he who actually achieves something worth while. affairs. niannlMrnllon Dralred. OMAHA, March 12. To tho Editor of 1 Would like to unload tholr party of t. n. . I It may be a perennial. But It sounded The Bee: You do Mrs. Hlclto an Incalcul- hlm If thnv nnlv knnw linw. hut Itl u-m -ii w..n.. ...uJ .w.i I cood In tho stock exchange smoking I able Injury by erroneously renortlnc ...... .... - - -1 nwiiiu truuiMB, vii, uiiuij at.iutii. men IVKU. I " - . . , It... . - . j evidcnUy takes moro stratogy than Amputation of one of Mlchal's legs was room, where tho broker old It as tho her case mJ& of . . .. . . . ...... I U.....I I OUtnUL OI IJIS own uuvinink- I ....... u i uc.ioc ,i. nas yet Doon aispiayea. mat IS , ww M . ..fft ,. bear or a bull?" some mlsUke on tho part of your quite apparent in tho subterfuge "'l, JTiU at'tho break- reporters wh.ch .caused this injuryshe apeak, a word amiss, or. seemingly. !Vl. 9 that ,,., Interest you. - aJTJa iSTS SS tiuiivuui wu4iiviiinuv vtuu ava iiuii-i ruid. i ' i..na ...... But, of course, Omaha, as the "convention city." must have an ciudltorium. John Llnd Is a man who never any other way. payment or cues.- ""w ir ;"-' u. .,. hnth w a denial. In my Judgment wo nroved th. The Tammany chief natural pro. Secretary Drexel was preparing for an my boy?" a Justification or the truth, but he filed a eopintv ror tno prevention on "" wmi ii.uiui ...- .. . . . ....... ,i.. tiselesa noises could keep busy right 'esses Indlffcronco to tho whole af- th)!M mtn M apcaker;: Dr. GcorBO l, I know whether I am a cub or a calf."- n U Judgment, thought Mr. Qark was here In Omaha. I fa,r' 1,10 c,ub UB mombershlp and Miller, Qcneral John C. Cowln, Edward New Tork Times. all. but his satraps declare tbey will uosewater. w. h. noberson. John I. Now Orleans Is putting- on an restoro him to tho organization. All wcr w' AIe3""der and President "Exposition 01 mg ideas, wnvcu isioi wmcu may ue uiu ucKinnint, oti his end, or, possibly, a now triumph Ten Years Aec for him. If tho nntis can scrapo up Mrs. Haiiie MoAvoy, wife of w. o. Mc a big idea In Itself. For purposes ot freight rato class- a little moro grit and go after him Avo Wjnbna, Minn., and it was announced the body would be laid at rest at Bardtown, Ky. not liable. Airs. J licks, a pure, modest woman, la confined in a hospital In this city with a new born babe, suffering from the dis appointment of the technical delay In this suit and pained by this error provoked by Clark's conduct. Judge Estello will not Washington Star: Thc German scientist t0" yu tbero was any blackmail about who says there la no chanco for anybody "" mm nna you to live forever endorses tho conclusions m convmcoa ot your error. Editorial Snapshots ltlcatlon ico cream is a food. Well, as some went after his Illustrious! all right, if it Includes frozen Oggnog. prodecossor they may get him. But w. M. Xtobcrtson of Norfolk was h of a large number of life insurance ex- A" tho cn8e. ""elf, I shall file a - I Xfn.nhv V,n nlrnn.lv olimnn mni-n Ih. olt ..l..l .1.. . .u.. ... I .1 lol.1.lQ11 v lamli hniM , I motion for a neW trial and it It is OVCr- tenacity than Crokor. He makes it w "t for the republican nomination those who look for an end to Huerta's , 8 " . VV rhT''0 tnanago to keep tho Billy Sunday very clear that ho means to sta.y tor svcrnor. Wiien asked what, fron regime. for this woman and fight It to a final in,. ..I.I , .... . I HI. nV..n.ir.tlnn. ... . . IT........ I. , . n .. ..... .. . 1 . . . t, rv - - " " vwhu - " I tahernacio tent in permanent com- Wlth Uio shin. Even then a chanco 7?"..wu""w "'"V" """""n muc" " "c """"" shown me more than ever the miuMic ----- - - ..- pminp. inr rnnnminni nn. Mr mniiptinii I -i - . I ... n 41.. .ntrrm. mnvrnpiii - - JfMBOl'JH. cliango in Tammany. Perhaps tho wit Is not far off in Polities Is politics, vou In-tho chieftaincy would work no w, ..w.u. h.h - :z" .JL.; V hn. whn 8U"'rcd wom " & nutf. govern- I ' " " I UIUQQ v mo IIHIIISU ... ....w m.nl TAIl.t r Vltllrtf... Knimrl t r I w ' - . . . way this morning." oro maidens, or widows we are know. I Dr. Robert Gllmore, who had been se- say the movement Itself absorbs lota of NAtll nl.l Qiii.nnllM. T.. . I . . opining that Omaha is awaiting tho Sulzor may bo "tho samo old Bill," r,ouly nt w,th Pneumonia, was reported valuable blecult-bulldlng, trouser-patch- FBEMONT, March la.-'io the Editor outcome of homo rule In Ireland bo- out there's likely to bo "many a slip convalescent, ame to sit up in ms oca ng nnd baby-spanking time. 0f The Bee: I was on the stamping fore trying It hore. So far as concerns the faithful llll lined up at the pie counter, tho policy of watchful waiting docs not strike tho democratic heart. The crooks exposed Uy Tho Boo urnod 10080 on tho London art KaHof traveling, visiting several states and . .. ... ,7,, , . . lories. So long as they confined many cities. always go to tho World-Herald for tholr sport to smashing Parliament Bishop Coadjutor Williams admlnl- aid and comfort, and never fall to j . . ' m. mttnrt Trii, tered the sacrament to thirty young - .mn..l..tlo ..nnn.. O...V....MO I .11,. .. . . u.na, moill) -unu Ul lllCm EIT1S, WHO were confirmed at St. Mathlaa' Episcopal get a sympathetic response. walls and assaulting Parliament Will I ft n rn iilnir . vipinl Int a I . . ... . ....... .. . .. I .. . . ... . i ... . . twlot inn nnH Un" ttnfnrn rtnmnc. " , " l flew IDTK www. Lei mo fcux-iu- siu. wncu me uonu-Jieraia years ago twist CUP na BP DOioro oomoc Mary's avenue, a little after midnight, pient," saya James J. Hill, "put reins on defended the big treasury cmbewlers. sol ruwjr uuu inuiimiuy nro uirurtou. r.. j. iieru. ii uoaru ot Trade building. rl rmnnU. find food a.nd raiment for am nrenarcd for Its defenso now nf h was accosted by two thugs, to whom he ho rest and guarantee pleasant weather "good citizens" indicted by tho Omaha The Mosf TTnkindt .Cut. coughed up his wad, 5.5, and was happy .11 the Ume and we nhalt have a final grand Jury. If tho World-Herald wishes The militants cot nretty close to t0 get awy My to th1, country;" an epigram which, as Artenius others to consider these men persecutcl 4 .....Muvo Huk ' V W V I litin n Tlnm. wnfr k..l Ik. .....1. I ... . . . . .... V- - . 1... . ... ..... . . !,.,. . i, d.i,- ,t.. ,... " " " " o win, i wara usea 10 says, is m m. ivu - ihhuwjiiib unm conviciea, wny aoes it '" ."" uu". "here for six weeks he did a good deal ea.tlo" if taken at all. InsUt on acaulttlnc them In advance. Of Pillsbunrh Dispatch: The announced dc-I course, those who know the ancient! termination ot one express company to I animus of the paper understand why. retire from business rather than meet "Oood cltlrena" may bo but a relative the competition of the parcel post. Is not term, but In the list of those Indicted is shared by the other express comitinles. one whom President ' Roosevelt onco It fills our heart with fierce and whoop- KnocKcn out otnee witn the big stick. Ing Joy to find one subject on which tho Roosevelt became convinced that he was express companies are not tied up to act no. a saie agent ror tne government to nil th same wav. iiave in so responsible a position. An- 1-.U..4 i.. -M.... Th tirt.iuiiv of lei. otner in the list of "good cltlrcns" has, I limiii.A... ..w..-. -- l-, i.. v, i.ji.i.j , .... Islatures, courts and popular sentiment .......:u uf a. (cu. toward cornoratlons is getting to b .. .. ,i. ,i.i- in ims th ct-na-rd I presume, will not bo laid at your door. Oil company of California was able to "P? la Nebraska familiar with tn. earn onVy IU.St.U0 on a capital of "C,..f.ll! L.;?.1!! Wh.f tv. rnmlnir toT w" n'X movru uy mm laiem cxni- - hltlnn. A vou nrr. .Iro.rtv iinil. It. t. i . . mu r ...I. i-l... 1 I " " INCW lOrR TOriU. illO "Vlv I tlrt. ... .1,1, ,. l,h.,rt . ... .... . I - - - " w I railway, once one oi in ,.rvn... , 1 beeve ru Mk withhold by J .... ....1,1 nnul Vi v. itrtnllt 16ft. . I 1 it viia , ' I name to save me from Its venom. Br venturing- into tho wilds ot New members, and oven burning down church at the morning Bunday service. York. Felix Diaz gives himself the or Palatini nomes, tnoy wero sur.o infif nf ihn dnnht nn m whnthnr of nothing worse than starvation he fled from Mexico for fear of gun- "trlkcs, but now that they are play- PeOPlO aild EveiltS Yl.n I .UK W1IUII DIIBnuia Ul lUllfeuMMVU UUUII I I .... .. tno art gauerios, results mn,y do ex- Nobody dlsDUtes the Statement PCCted. I Nebraska's division of the federal pie ' I f. that tho democracy Is now alert. In- For It has becomo necessary to counter at vasnington is conspicuous for AnA dn fihfi.l vM-h.m nw close these art gallorlos to save their ,u array or ,a, nlttrs . i.. .i ... .k.t .- ,.i. nia a.i ni- Th Cleveland man who has started out tne spoils. gnuory in nonuun is auoui, m wuriu- BMt roo)a ot ,ast year ., , a a ,a job loss a heritage as could bo Imagined; than Diogenes tackled and Is fairly cer- Moro than half of tho recruits In Theso. art galleries nro veritablo tain of winning one of the tags General Kelley's workless army have mcccas for tourists with plethoric Anthony Curttn, who celebrated his 70th already deserted because of short ra- wads. Closing them may repulse W'tMay recently In Waitham. began tlons. It was not fair to put them and expel all these easy-money sight- " . , 'Z.Z Z. ,...e.r ! .. ! .. .!. . . , I . I ' "- . ..i.ii. IIU lino UV5II ! Ilia 10 uot icdu Boors. present location for the last thirty years, Possibly, then, this latest manl-l pictures of th rmt lum hu nm in QUv amlablo democratic contom- festatlon of PankhursUtls may prove i-ondon last month reveal King George norary awards County Treasurer Urol tn bo n blessing In disguise. Hit . wearing a smile as copious and catching a halo" for voting against tho home London shop-keeper, hotel-keeper or I v" "r8 " ' n " in! w.lft ohartnr. II will nnt .nnnnrt .hint ... 1.. u.,... ronauon. ino royal grin is rnpgea " " , ny "'or sort wi neopur uu iub uuuy with Van DykJ whUUers jr ro-cviiuu, iiuwurcr, uaicoa og uune Rxlf no js touched on a really tender spot. runs as a democrat. What's this? "Amailng nnd shocking conditions In the coal fields of Colorado?"' And Colorado one ot our progressiva reform states, the Judge Joel Uranham, dean ot the Geor gia corporation lawyers, whose borne Is In Rome. Qa., says that ministers are smooth shaven, when, according to the tiitii. it.... . 1. t t. ...... ..... . . Last Sunday was the IWth anniversary Chivalry Versus Justice. over street car eoats for women In waelnc. certain hldn-hound on-lnf xi. Ahi.n xr.ui .r k-...i...-.. . . T..J ft II.J.... 1 .1...I - " """ " .ivi.uui,iuih iiuiuu f -uu,,o u mu, uuu pononft of oqUBi Buffrago rlso to Mass.. and she celebrated It by reading voies-wr-women parnaise: remark that if women voto as men h" Bible. "Thus far, this year. be has rf Ih.v .,nh. In lhlr hnnro n01 cvcn nau ln reporter, ft W f MH. fcV. W . V. t - I ... , . . . . , . I .... ... - ... ... . V w w. ..v. " nance will be advertised throughoutPr,ia raen ,n ole.r v"1ro' Vl "". m.l. illicit triA "nntti nnivn .V" miif. nnitni r . ... . . ... as a great socialist v--. nenator -xiumar. nas inaurca nis seso t thi. .ii, , I suiirage pesiuo equat treatment, in ciates to cut out smoKing nunng execu u E-vuk 1 .... . , .1.- live sessions. "I did not mind lnhnvn ..a. . . 1 L1IID ICi J LUIIIIDIiUUUI VI klU W S VUV PlWUU I " .... ciausta certainly nave a ngnt to L.i..- t.. xt.t. t, ' smoke formerly." said the pitchfork the country achievement. throw themselves a few bouquets. wnmn 1or.rflt.ir In Ih. Vnhr.sVtt mm. ""Oko formerly." said " , " ; . . statesman, "but since I was paralyzed ,paign tor equal Buurase is nuoieu rour yws lho ,ra.,, of tobacco n.u. If she is not ungrateful, the noto, aa ayms: seates me. l,i. M rt.,,i wiu i. .1,. iin. mcy ey men wu(u iue mwr cnitniry ola Biii Kahler. the hunchback bcar f th Wo'rld mrald a tanK hie tok7n ,f Wome'1 VoM- But m'n d0U,t ot San Vraadsso. underwent a searching of tho World-Herald a tangible token eor hat.tlDDlng and car seats: all thev i-v..i..i w it,. Of appreciation for his kind words want is Justice. when his hump proved to be a tin can cautioning the public not to think) But have women ceased to care filled with gold coin and paper money. harshly of her because the grand! for gallantry and deforonco? Thop'rom the can atid other "safety pock- Jury Indicted her. I Chicago Record-Herald, dlsousslng e" n ,n beggars person 111.000 wss tho St. Louis situation, puts It aptly counted out Mute No. 461. (he prise kicker in the Somebody has wildly proclaimed Ubon it says that "some of the ag. ;'!Tnl" r . ., , . . r 1. 1 . . 1 street cleaning department of BU Louis. the discovery that water from Fait gresslve exemplars of the now chlv- knuok a hole In the city till for new O00.00O In cash or go Into tho hands ot a receiver. Its unhappy situation is duo to the fact that a tow years ago it fell under tho control of certain persona who In America are called financiers, Philadelphia Record: Those expatriated Americans who threaten, because ot the Income tav, to renounce their citizenship and become British, French or German subjects have a fine outlook before them, Germany Is levying an unprecedented war tax and in Great Britain both Income GOOD CITtSN. Activities of Women Ono female of every nine In New Tork state. Is employed In a factory. Mrs. Lucy Parsons has appealed to the San Francisco Labor Council to assist .... ll..Mnt..J 1lf.m.. I ...... V. I ..1 . tax and death Jutl. are far greater I tabu$h'ea heaaQUartcr8 Where all than they are In thl country. Americans will not be missed. Stories in Figures unemployed women will be assisted and treated as sisters. Mr. Henry Brucre of Nil1 York says that "5 per cent of the laws have to do with the home In some way, and that consequently women should have some voice In making them. He Is himself a supporter of the New York Housewives' league. Misses Helen and Margaret McMillan lake will preserve timber. Yea, yoal airy do not know tho dlfforenco be- shoes at least once a week. So fastidious Tho late J3. II. Harriman knew that I tween rights and umenltles, essential!1 " demand tor the very latest in "good years ago when ho sank the piles law aud manners, and little customs Into the lake for his Lucjn-Ogden that proclaim the gentleman and nut-off. "I figure that these piles lady." Mill, as a result of the preservation Take It from us that whether of the salt water, last for many years women acquire votes or rest content 10 come, perhaps twenty," said Mr. without them, thoy will still bo Harriman, who seems to havo been women and receive from the men Just about that far ahead on many! the homage they have always com-! things. niaudod. luck" signs that the St. Louts Rcnublla prints a double.lcaded "appreciation" In Its editorial page. "What's In a name?" inquired an old pot The residents of Roosevelt, U I., thluk there Is a lot. They say that ever since they changed the name ot their vil lage from Greenwich Point It has been a scene of continuous political and social war. Se they are planning lo change to TrotideiKe" in order to promote peace. Panama pays 40 cents a gallon, retail, for gasoline. Ireland In 1911 produced 13305,251 0e Qreensburg. Pa., have neither of them bushels of potatoes. mined attendance at Sun.y school for United States yearly produces toys ten years. In the same family, Mr. and valued at more than J9,000,000. Mrs. McMillan and their son, Fred, have Missouri in 1013 produced 7.0S7.KO record ""broken except for a few days pounds of wool, valued af J1.T,M. ' ,u" " ' . , ... . .... Mrs. Eulalla Campbell of Elizabeth. N .V' . . 'Tl. l "Id to be preparing to go Into In- ucuon r.....M ""- most Thibet for the purposo of explora- v"'- tlon. At Singapore she w g Join a party Over 3iO.00O.O0O feet or lumber are 0f British soldiers, and expects to take yearly used In New York state in making her part In whatever the Journey may boxes. I bring forth. She thinks there Is no rec, Qermany with a total production of I son why women should not become ex- playthlnga amounting to $.T6O,O0O an- plorera as well as men nually. leads all other countries In this I enthusiasm for the rights of women Industry. Of this amount $JM,006 worth has led two women feminists in New are exported. York to establish the first firm of Its The annual make of gas In England " V itence-a Ann of women ar- Is given as 1J.7S6,9T0.C00 cubic feet. In MUU. Miss Anna Pendleton Bchenek Scotland M.W7.B0.COJ cubic feet, and In nd " Ma7,a," 7" Ireland 5.M7.SS8.000 cubic feet making a " ,pptun,t U th . .,,tiiw onhin e.. "Omen of today can ask. have taken a I definite step forward In the movement sine Wis me route jengxn ot irarawi .h. w.n.. M.iniMn.i ui of Bo.. and light railways on public roada open ton ha been investigating the food shops for traffic In the United Kingdom has ,n tha ,amB way that th8 Consumers' Increased from miles to J.ttt miles. leaIU, investigated them In St Louis. 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