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fun mutt mus in all al tain tnl s an n1 anmjts for or innl fn tturpan tturpanI VI4rPJUFreer urpoJ urpoJt
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t 41 The eprgr progress which the Pay PRyn Ptyno no tariff tariffbUl trf
4 bUl tu is i making king toward absolutely abslutely free freeart freea freeart
art a the te ultimate utmte goal of common cmon sense senseand sensead eensoand
and ad enlightened enlghtne public piblc p blic opinion will wi be benoted b benoted
noted ot by hundreds of thousands of ofAmericans ofAercn ofAmericans
Americans Aercn with gratification grtifction somewhat somewhatshort 8ornewhatthortof mewhate0r
short e0r thortof of complete satisfaction satisfactionFollownow satisfactionFo1Iownow tsfacton tsfactonFolownow
Follownow Folownow the changes in thesched theschedulea the theschedtiles sched schede
tiles e rltig relating to art ar since sinc the Payne bill billpassed bi billised
passed P the te Hotuo HOlae on April 9 and was wasreferred wa was1i
1i referred rf rer rred to t the Senate Committee Commite on onfinance onac oni1anc0
finance i1anc0 ac on April Aprl 10 a week ago yester yesterday ye ter tery ¬
I day y The House Hous bill bi provided in para paragraph pnratP ¬
f graph ap1 402 4 a twenty per cent cent duty on oncertain oni onei
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certain ei th1n works of art not over twenty twentyyears twentyf
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f r i years arold old oldJfolntlngs oldJa1nt1na
1 Jfolntlngs IDtnI3 In oil 01 or water colors color pastels pen peni
i s nd d Ink dranInns drwln1s and statuary alatIA not speclallv apeclal pin piortaed pr pre
1 I rtaed e for In Section Setons One On or lr Two o of o this thi act acttirent7 actIwent7
if tirent7 t per centum ad Morem but blt the term termVatuary ter tertalar termttat11arY
Vatuary talar as used use In this act shall shal be under underxttoexl Inder Indertu underO
xttoexl O d to Include only onl nueh statuary tAtlar as a Is I t cut cutearvexl tit titec cutor
earvexl ec or otherwise otltr1se wrought by hand from fromolid lrm a atdb1ock
1 olid ild tdb1ock block blok or urxnaea mass mas of marble mAbl stone or C alabaster alabasteror alAbater alAbaterofrm alabasterrfrom
ofrm or rfrom from metal and as a Is I th professional produc production ¬
tion oi a > statuary ttlr or sculptor sCIINor only onl and a d the term termpainting tr termtflUIed
r < > painting tflUIed M I used Ued In I this act nc shall sbal be understood understoodnot undestd undestdR
R not l 8 to t Include Iclude such as a are made wboUy or In part part6y paria
6y stencilling a encWl1 or other mechanical mcchalAI process pre Pro ProtUtd Prod ProWdd
tUtd d that tat any ay of the foregoing torrzolnl which are proved proxedto prvd prvdte proved10the
to 10the te the satisfaction aatsractln of he Secretary Serelaf of the Trees Treasturyunderrates Treutnderule TreestiryundcrruIes
turyunderrates tnderule prescribed prsribed by b him to bate been In Inexistence Int Inezlstencemore
t f1 existence elltencemor ezlstencemore more than twenty Mars cnrs prior pror to their theirImportation tbdrf theirimportation
f Importation iprton shall bal be te admitted dmiled Iree ol duty dutyWhile dutl duttWbi1e
itWle While these thee provisions measured meaured a aTery af
f t very er considerable cnsiderable relief relef from the re restrictions meatmictione ¬
strictions 6trcton of the Dingley tariff tarif bringing bringingthe bringng
t the te exemption eempton of the specified specfie works workl of ofta ofk I Iart
ta k art up upto to twenty years year before bfor import importatioilthe a atoDlhe I Ition
tion toDlhe tioilthe the paragraph parrph left much to be b de desired det deaired ¬
t sired We believe bleve that it is mainly due dueto dueto duettMr
to ttMr Mr I EDWAJIP EDWAV ROBINSON RQDSOS of the Met Metro MetroJJAI fetro ro ropolitan
L M politan p ltllueum JJAI Museum that the unscientific unscientificcharacter unscientifc unscientifcdctr unscientificcbaracter
character of the nomenclature has hastbeen hasrecognized
dctr nomencature
Wbnrcgize tbeen recognized and amended amende in the theSenate theJ the3qnate
J Senate Ste bill bi Mr ROBINSON RODssos pointed pint out outtif out180n outii5eMon
ii5eMon tif season 180n that the use of the word worditatuary wordv
v itatuary tt ay was wa unfortunate inasmuch inasmuchM in much muchii I
ii r M uJt its it dictionary dctona definition defnition and common commonmage cmmon commonreferred
1 mage referred rrer only to sculptures res in the theround theld theI
I round ld i und and ad therefore was w capable of ofixconstruction ofentrction
ixconstruction entrction construction which excluded excuded ectilp ectilpturea rculprf
b bJ 1 <
rf J turea tr in relief rlef from the benefits bneftl of the theact thet theA
A act t Mr ROBINSON ROBNSON illustrated iutmte the effect effectqf elect electfth effectfthls
qf fth fthls this construction cntnlcton which in foot frct has hasiobtained husbtane hasjibtained
iobtained btane in practice practic under the Dingley Dingleylaw Dingleylw
law lw by showing hwing that if the House bill billshould bi billijiould
i J should ud be enacted b enact as a it stands a collector collectoriiight clector clectorj collectorthght
j iiight bght import a statue by MICHEL MICHELANGELO M1c11Er1NGELO IllFJ IllFJi ¬
i ANGELO iGEL free Cr of duty while whie a relief relefN by bythe bythe
t the flQrne taJe artist would havo to pay 60 60per 6 60s
4 g per Jr percent cent ntit if in terra terr cotta GO 6 per cent centif cnt cntij coatS
if ifit in marble or other stone s one and 45 per percent percent
S ij pr prH
H cent cnt if in 1 bronze We e observe obcle that thatthis thatth
this th 1 Jmporant important suggestion suggeston Las 1118 been beenadopted beenliaopt beenraklopted
liaopt adopted in the Aldrich version verion which whirhfurthermore whichj whichlurthermoro
j liberore furthermore reduces rducs the thedutyon duty on paint paintingsand paintgad paint11l
ingsand 11l gad and sculptures less 1C than twenty twentyyears twentyi twentyyearsoldfroin2opercont
years yearsoldfroin2opercont i old from 20 2 per cent cnt tol5percent tol5percentTheparagraph to tol5percenLTheparagraph 15 per cel
i t Theparagraph T pararaph reads in the Senate bill billPaintings bil billPaIntths
Paintings PAlntls In oil 01 or water colors pastels pen penand ptnt penlad
t and Ink In drawings dAwh115 and sculptures tulplures not specially speciallyprovided sperlal specialtyprovided
provided praced for In this section eclon fifteen Otecn per centum centumd centumTalorem centumidralotem
idralotem d valorem but the term sculptures Sulpturee ss a used in intola Ini InthIs
i thIs act shall ahal be understood understo to Include Ilelude only olly such RUCUi fucb fucbi suchare
i aa i are cut t can carved ed or other olherle OtherwIse Ise wrought by hand handj hndi handv
j i Jfrom jorna o solid lld block blok or mass ma of marble mable stone or ori oriiabaate
i 1 ilaUastet bt of o from metal and as are ac the proles prolesv pror prorI profeslionel
I t v lionel oa production produclon of a A sculptor tulptr only and the theterm theI thelFm
I term te painting palntn as used uld In this thi act shall ebel be under
1 J i tood ood o not to Include Incude such is are ae made wholy wholyor wlol
1 or In Inlart part by stencilling alenclinc or other oiler mechanical mechanicalprocess mechantcslHero
5 process processHero rss
t
r tr Hero will wi be b noticed notced the absence of ofthe ofr ofthe
r < the fecluse clause of the House bill bi relating relatng to tov toPntng
v paintings Pntng ntinge and sculptures more mor than thantwenty thanil thanentyyeam
il twenty tenty entyyeam years year old Their Theirexemption exemption exempton from fromduty tromdty fromt
t duty dty disappears dppr in this place plac however howeveronly howevero1Y howevero
only o1Y o y to t reappear reappar in more positive psitve and andcomprehensive andmprehenive andcomprehensive
comprehensive form in paragraph prgraph 711 7H 7HW 7l1oftbo kj kjf
W f otth of the Senate st Finance Committees Committs re reTision reiion ret
t < vision iion We make no excuses for print printJlirig prnt prntf printthis
rt Jlirig tg this th paragraph pragaph in full ful for it repre represents repret reprel ¬
l f sents t a giant stride in the direction dircton of ofwholly ofholY ofwholly
wholly holY civilized cviz treatment of foreign foreignart forignA
art A iti products prouct or all sorts and ages aes at our ourcustom ourtm ourcpMom
i custom tm houses housesi housesWorks housesWork housesWorks
Works of art ar Including Ineilolnl paintings pAlntnu In oil oiltalneral oi oiliineral
> talneral IDtal water wate or other otler colors pastels patelA original originaldrawing orlrlnal orlrlnaldrwlnl originaldrswtngs
> drawing drwlnl and sketches etchings ecblnz and nd engravings engravingst enrwlnls
i p t I nd sculpture dIPture which are proved to the Ile matte satislt tl tlf
f t lt faction IOD of the Secretary Se tArY of the Treasury Trealry under underT tinderii1ea
r T tulea ii1ea Ie prescribed by him to 1m have e been In existence existencekf elJtence elJtencej existenceMre
j kf 1 inore moe than tn twenty tet years year prior to the date of their theirImportation
0 1 4 Il i Importation lporton but the term sculptures sculpture as a herein hereinused heren herenW hereini
W r used u3d shall IhAl be understood underlod to Include professional professionalproductions prorullon1I professionali1
r i1 productions Jructonl of sculptors sulptou only whether round or orIn orI ort
t 3i I 1 In ° relief relc In II bronze brnz marble mable stone terra tera cotta cottaIvory cota cotai cottax
I i x Ivory II wood wod or metal and anc the word painting paintings pllntnl pllntnlU
t Fi U s used In this act shall abal not be understood loin loinelude loineude loinetude
elude eude any article artcle of utility utl nor such as are made madeWholly madef madef
f If Wholly f011 or In part by stencilling tenellnr or an any other othe me mechanical metit ¬
f 1 tit V chanical e llcal process and the th words etchings and andengravings andi andngravinga
i engravings as a used uod In this Ihl act an shall ebal be under understood underIi underiood ¬
Ii I stood t to t Include Incude only such elrh at are printed Ilrntd by hand handfrom land landfm handt
t from fm plates plaes or blocks etched or engraved with withband wlb
I t band Ind tools tl aad Ald not such as n are printed Ilrnted from fromplates fromL I
L i IjL plates plale or blocks etched ethell or engraved enlraed by b photo photochemical pbOloiilo PhotoI
I iilo I chemical processes proeses Works of art ar collections colecllonslo ID IDIllustration inI
I k yr Illustration lutrallol of the progress prorre of the arts IrS works I In Inbronze Inronze
bronze rnle ronze marble mable terra ter cotta cota parlan pottery p lery or orporcelain orI orporcelain
I J porcelain orelaln artistic artstc antiquities antqulle and objects or art artof artI artr
I r of t ornamental Onllmelta character chrcler or educational educatonal value valueWhich valuew1cb
1 I Which wl shall abal have been produced pro uced more than one onehundred
1 I 1undred hundred yean year prior to t the tie date d te of Importation Importationbut ImporatoD ImporatoDbut
1 but the free Importation of such
Imporaton objects shall sbal be besubject b baUbjec besubject
subject to t such regulations rsulalou as to t proof of an antoulty ani anquity
i toulty tult as the Secretary Secretar of the Treasury Treluf may mayprescribe ma maL maypreacxlhe
L I prescribe prescribeWe r rhe rheWe
We are ar thus Retting pettng the first frt praf pra Jical Jicallultu ica
lultu ut of the long campaign capag condted cndlct
by th the American Amerc Free F Art Ar League lage and andothers andother andothers
others other of the same way of thinking The Thepersistent Thepr1tent Thepe
persistent pr1tent pe sistent and jut just demand for reform reformof rtor rtoror
of or the absurd bur restriotiprij retdotQ imposed so sosenselessly sosen sosenseleealy
senselessly sen lely by the Dingley tariff tariT on the theimportation theimporaton theimportation
importation imporaton of worka work of ofart art and antiqui antiquities antquI antquIte ¬
ties te of educational eucatonal value vau has h3 been bn heard heardat
at both ends of the Capitol Capitol The Senate Senatecommittee Snate Snatecmmitt Senatecommittee
committee cmmitt at present prsnt hair gone a long longdistance longditance longdistance
distance ditance beyond byond the House Hou in manifest manifesting manifesting manifesting ¬
ing a disposition dipoiton to remove rmove or diminish diminishwhat diminishwhat diminishwhat
what has hl been bn for years year a national nationalreproach natonal natonalreproac nationalreproach
reproach reproac and a public publo evil evia evila a reproach reproachall
all the more mor mordant morant and an evil evi all allthe al allthe
the t more mor vicious viciou because bcus so ridiculously ridiculouslyunnecessary rdiculously rdiculouslyunnecsar ridiculouslyunnecessary
unnecessary unnecessaryNow unnecsar unnecsarXow
Now OW for the Razor Dock Hog HogITha I ITha IThe
Tha The chances chanc all al are that President PresidentTAIT PresidentTAl PresidentTarr
TAIT TAl will wi have a pleasant and instruc instructive iDtrc instructivo ¬
tive tve experience exprienc in Charlotte Charlote when ho hegoes hog0 hogoes
goes g0 to North Carolina Carolna next month on onthe onthe onthe
the occasion ocMlon of the anniversary of the theMecklenburg theMecklenburg theMecklenburg
Mecklenburg Declaration Declaraton So far wo wohave wohave wehave
have heard hear of no suggestions suggestons looking lookingto
to a freak trlak entertainment such as was wasgiven wa wagiven wasgiven
given him in Georgia and at first frt pro proposed propoed proposed ¬
posed in Louisiana Luisiana Nothing has been beensaid ben beneaid beensaid
said about abut possums posum or the North Caro Carolina Caro Carohan ¬
han lna equivalent of alligator aligator steaks The TheCharlotte TheChalote TheCharlotte
Charlotte Chalote folks seem disposed dispoe to avoid avoidthe avoidthe avoidthe
the grotesque and the nauseous nausous in mak making making making ¬
ing up the menu for their banquet and andif
if they hold to that Mr TAFTS TAFS experi experience expri exprienc experionce ¬
once enc us a we have hinted hinte will wi be b both bothpleasant bth bthpleMant bothpleasant
pleasant and instructive instructiveCharlotte instrctve instrctveCharlote instructiveCharlotte
Charlotte Charlote is a 1 beautiful beautul and progres progressive progressie progressive ¬
sive city ci The North Norh Carolina Carolna people peopleare pople popleare
cordial and cultivated with
are cultivate a ashrewdness 1 1shrewdne ashrewdness
shrewdness shrewdne and frugality Crgal on the side sidethat sidothat aidethat
that lend substance and dignity dignity to totheir totheir totheir
their hospitality hospialty There should be no nomaudlin nomaudln nomaudlin
maudlin maudln effusion eluslon there All 1 they need needis nee
is i to be natural naturalthemselves themselves in fact factand fat fatand factand
and Mr Ir TAFT TAF will wi have reason to be beglad beglad beglad
glad that he paid the State a visit He Hewill Hewi Hewill
will wi meet met interesting intertng people pople without withoutreference wihout wihoutreference withoutreference
reference lines and obtain
to party pary lne nn nninsight oninsight aninsIght
insight into their character their ten tendencies tendencie tendencies ¬
dencies dencie and their aspirations ospiratons which will willbe wi willbe
be of infinite infnie service to him in the formu formulation Cormulatlon formulationofhispolicy ¬
lation lationofhispolicy of his policy polcy for forthat that section sction Let Letus Lt Ltus Letlie
us hope that there will wi be as af few com committees commito cornmitteesa ¬
mittees mito as I possible pibl and a poverty perty of ofbadges otbadges ofbadges
badges and cordons cordon Mr TAFT TAF will wi do dovery dover dovery
very ver well wel with a large degree degee of liberty libertynnd lberty lbertyand libertyand
and the maximum mlimum of undress undressOf N Nor
or course coure the vendetta vendeta with Charles Charleston ¬
ton will wi be tinkered tnkre up fOI temporary temporarypurposes temprr temporarypurposes
purposes purpsP and Deacon Deacn HEMPHILtj HE1IPHL w wjoin wi will willjoin
join the fervent ferent multitude multtude with all al his hishistorical hishistorcl hishistorical
historical historcl contentions cntentons and animosities animositiessafely animoite animoitesafely animositiessafely
reefed for the occasion He
safely refe occ8ion may mayeven mayeven mayeven
even bring with ith him Colonel GADRDEX GADRDEXand GAJRDES GAJRDESand
and the Hongkong gander so that Mr MrTAFT MrTtir Ir IrTF
TAFT TF may measure melure the extent of South SouthCarolinas SouthCarolna SouthCarolinas
Carolinas Carolna contribution to the Bryan Bryanampaign Bran Brancampaign Bryancampaign
campaign and that illustrious iustriolf bird birdrenew birdrenew birdrenew
renew acquaintance acuaintance with the scene of oflits ofits ofits
lits its nativity nativiy The people pople will i gather gatherfrom gatherfm gatherfrom
from great Keat and little lte distances by rail ri railbycoach
by bycoach coach by ox team and by mule back backand backand backand
and if not hustled hustle and moved move on too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much by bedizened functionaries fUlctionariel they theywill theywi theywill
will wi give iv the President Preident an exhibition of ofgood ofgood f fjoo
good joo manners worth worh going miles mie to see seeFinally seeFinal seeFinally
Finally Final when Yhen it comes come to the banquet banquetif
if the managers manager will wi cut out possum pSum and andother andother andother
other distasteful absurdities obsurdiil and feed feedhim fee feedhint
him on the dishes dishe of the country countr they theywill the thewi theywill
will wi round off of the episode with a touch touchof touchof
calcu calculated calculate calculatt
of simple unpretentious unpretentOtR grace ¬
lated late to touch their guest in his most mostsensitive mostsenitve mostsensitive
sensitive senitve and grateful spot spotThis spotTbis spotTitle
This does doe not exclude excude the razor raor back backOn backOn backOn
On the contrary contrar it puts him at the head headof
of the list lst We have no reference refernce to the thespurious theRpurious thespurious
spurious and worthless worhles beast which whichsometimes whichsometime whichsometimes
sometimes sometime steals that name to mas masquerade masquerade ninaquerade ¬
querade in for the wonder if not the de delectation delectation < e election ¬
lectation lection of the uninitiated uninitated We refer referto
to the real razor back bac wild wid and free freethe freethe freethe
the unfettered unfetered ranger of the forests foreststhe forCt forCtthe foreststhe
the ravisher of sweet potato stores store and andmussel andmussl andnuissel
mussel mussl shoals and goober patches patchesswift patchlswif patchesswift
swift swif as lS the antelope ferce fierce as the Nu Numidian Xumidian Numidian
midian lion and sweeter Iweeter on the th festal festalboard fetal fetalboard festalboard
board than any turkey that ever everdnimmed everdnlmmed everdnimmeti
dnimmed a fallen falen log Forget him himNay himNa himNay
Nay Na nay he is to be the piece pi re ce de rfDis rfDistance rt rislaura il ¬
laura the flower fower and the culmination Cllmination of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the banquet banquetThe
The Decay fceBY of Thirst ThlritWhat ThirstWhat t tWhut
What would happen happn if i New York were weresuddenly wereslHJdenly weresuddenly
suddenly deprived of the t opportunity opportunityto
to slake its normal noral thirst It is a apossible apossible I IposRible
possible case cat Already the imbricated imbricatedscales imbricate imbricatedscales I I8cales
scales of the Rum Dragon are beginning beginningto
to bristle in this town townwhich which in popu popular popular popular ¬
lar parlance prlanc ought ought never be ruled rule by byking b bking byking
king or clown cow Already the watchmen watchmenon
on the towers of temperance tmperanc are sound sounding sOlnd sOlnding sounding ¬
ing the timbrels tmbrels of victory iclor Greater GreaterNew GreaterXew GreaterNew
New York closed cosedand closedand and thirsty The Thehighways Thehighwa Thehighways
highways filled fled with wih men whose tongues tongueswill longueswi
will wi literally litraly hang out from alcoholic aUoholicI aloholc aloholct alcoholicthirst
I thirst hilt I it I is a terror breeding breeing an apoc apocalyptic apocalyptic apocalyptic ¬
vision Ends Emissaries Endssaries
alyptic to contemplate Emis EmisRarie ¬
saries Rarie of the Dragon are abroad telling tellingthe teling telingthe
the multitude what will be the
mulitude wi conse consequences ronse ronsequenc consequencee ¬
quences quenc to life le and liberty libery if the total totalabstainers totalabtalners totalabstainers
abstainers abtalners have their way and banish banishall
all intoxicating intoxicatng liquor lquor without the city citylimits ct ctlmit citylimits
limits lmit According to nome lome Gotham will willbecome wi willbecome
become becme a now Gehenna Not JOHN JOHNMARTIN JOHNMARTU Jon JonMARTS
MARTIN MARTS not DANTE DAXTF ever Ier devised devi e such suchabominations suchabominatons suchabominations
abominations abominatons of desolation as 8 will wi be beif beif beif
if this community cmmunity goes goe dry dr We W shall shallenter shal shallenter
enter into a period of puritanical purianical depres depression depre deprelion depression ¬
sion lion Sackcloth Sackcoth and ashes ashe will wi be the themode themoe themode
mode moe At intervals interalR through the grass grassgrown grisgrown r 1 1grown
grown and deserted < eered streets streett bands of offanatics offanatic offanatics
fanatics fanatic will wi destroy destro the public publc drink drinking drinking drinking ¬
ing fountains for fear that horses hOrlt may mayset DlY DlYset nj njset
set an evil evi example of promiscuous promiscuousdrinking promisClouR promisClouRdrinking promiscuousdrinking
drinking Men who are caught moisten moistening moitening moisteuiing ¬
ing their lips lp will wi be expelled expeled while whilechildren whie whiechidren whilechildren
children chidren who even repeat repat aloud in the thesircant the8iecant thesiccant
sircant air the t he blasphemous word beer beerwill leerN leerNwi beerwill
will wi be put away in reformatories reformatoriesDrunkards retoratorieR retoratorieRDrnkard reformatoriesDrunkards
Drunkards Drnkard so this fantastic fanta tc programme programmeruns progrmme progrmmenms
runs are to be burned burne at the stake ntakeTheatres stakeTheatre MinksTheatres
Theatres Theatre must be closed coed churches en enlarged enlarge enlarged ¬
larged large Naturally Naturaly with the disappear disappearance ¬
ance of alcoholism alcoholfm the impassioned impafimonedbacouic imioned imionedblcohic impassionedbacehic
bacouic blcohic of BKRMOZ BlmJoz LISZT 1181 WACINEII WAONEI anti anilHICIIARD nnl nnlHICUARD antiRIcUARD
HICIIARD STRAUSS 8fAURS will wi not pcoso ce for fortheir fortheirvery
their theirvery very existence depends depend upon audi audiences alll audiences ¬ f
ences enc given over to the gods go of gtmtn gtmtntion gustaton glistadon
don ton and the demon alcohol alcoholSomehow nlchol alcoholSomehow
Somehow we do not believe bleve in this thislurid thislurid thislurid
lurid picture painted of the enemies eemies of oftemperance oftemperance oftemperance
temperance On the contrary contrar we are aremorally uremoraly aremorally
morally moraly convinced that if beverages bverageR con containing contaning contaming ¬
taming taning the faintest modicum moicum of the hated hatedalcohol hatedacohol hatedalcohol
alcohol acohol were forbidden to New York and andvicinity ad adcinitylet andYlcinitylet
vicinity cinitylet let ua t say sy as l far as I Albany Albanya
a 8 marvellous marvelous change would como over overthe overthe overthe
the spirit epirt of the city cty Not only would wouldtho wouldthe wouldthe
the political poltca lion lon and ad lamb romp rmp merrily merly merlyr
r
r
but municipal muopa exhilaration exlaton would ould nor enormously normouly normously ¬
mously mouly increase icra Dr Ox8 X8 famous Caol ex experiment exprment experiment ¬
periment prment with wih oxygen would woud not b bmore b be bemore
more provocative provocatve of cheerfulness cherulnee and andlaughter andlauhter andlaughter
laughter lauhter After Afer the frt first inevitable inevitableweek inevitablewek inevitableweek
week wek of woe with the death of the weak weaklings wea weakhings ¬
lings lngs would follow folow a renascence renacnce of joy joyNot joyNot joyNot
Not pnly would the theatres theatre increase increasein inc 1 ase asein
in number nubr but the churches churohe would be bebetter b bebetter
better bter filled fled Business might increase increasea
a hundredfold hundrdtold and ad more moreparUclarly moreparUclarlythe moreparticularlythe particularly particularlythe
the glass glt industry Fashions Fahions for men menwould menould menwould
would surely change Tin iron copper copperperhaps cpper cpperperhaps copperperhaps
perhaps steel would enter largely into intotho intotho intothe
tho composition cmpositon of overcoats above aboye all allof anof allof
of cylinder clnder hats hat Masculine Maculne beauty beautywould bauty bautywould beautywould
would bo beexpanded expanded into
expande int more generous generousshapes generou generousshapes
shapes shape hollow holow tin trousers trouser would not notbe notb notbe
be b an impossibility imposibit Instead Intea of seeking seekingthe sekingthe
the solace of cafes caf and barrooms
solac s ad man mankind ma mankjnd ¬
kind would attend atend temperance temperanc lectures lecturesthere lecturs lectursthere lecturesthere
there to listen lsten tranquilly tranqui to the denunci denunciations denunciatons denunciations ¬
ations atons of the crimes crime of our forefathers forefathersFaces Core forefathersFaces fat her
Faces Fac would be b no longer pale but butnibicund butmbicund butrubicund
rubicund jolly joly All Al the pipe lines lineshitherto ln lnhihero lineshitherto
hitherto used for oils would be
hihero ois b em employed employed employad ¬
ployed to convey come peace and comfort into intoevery intoever intoevery
every ever household houshold There would be b no noscandalous noIcamlalous noscandalous
scandalous Icamlalous public publc drinking It I would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be necessary nec8ar Every Eer man would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b his own arbiter of taste Every Everyone Everyonewould one onewould onewould
would be b happy except excpt the politicians politicianswho poltcans poltcanswho
who once onc believed bleve in Sunday closing closingThis cloingThis closingThis
This condition conditon of affaire afail we sincerejy sincerejythink RincereJythink sincerejythink
think would be brought about by the thedecay thedecay thedecay
decay of thirst thirt The old fashioned Cahioned no notion notion notion ¬
tion that that moderate drinkers drinker can become becomeprohibitionists becme becmeprohibitionists becomeprohibitionists
prohibitionists and drunkards drnkards almost almosttemperate almosttemperate almosttemperate
temperate we hold to be b the precise preciseopposite preis preciseopposite
opposite oppositePoor oppositePoor oppositePoor
Poor tantalized tantalzed old human hlman naturel naturelWill naturelWill I IWi
Will Wi the original Adam ever bo b beaten beatenfrom beatenfrom aten atentrom
from out our bones bonesA
A Lesson Ic son in Manner MannerWe MannersWe IannerWe
We wish we could feel properly sorry sorryfor sorryfor
for various estimable and well wel inten intentioned intentoned intentioned
tioned toned religious relidous humane charitable chartable and andcivic andchic andcivic
civic bodies which find fnd themselves themselvesfatally themselvesfatany themselvesfatally
fatally at odds with wih the Legislature Lgislature over overtho oyertho overthe
tho question queston of lobbying but we hon honestly Mnety beneMb ¬
estly ety cant The plain fact is aa a we wehad wehad wehad
had supposed suppoed every ever one knew that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrom
from the beginning of time secrecy has hasbeen hl hasbeen
been bn the essential essental prerequisite prereql site of the thelobby thelobby thelobby
lobby industry As well wel expect a bur burglar burglar burglar ¬
glar to advertise advertse his proposed line lne of ofcalls ofcaUs ofcalls
calls as I a lobbyist lobbit to set his hil name to an anofficial anofcal anomcial
official ofcal register registerIf registerI
If I all al these eminently eminenty high minded and andrespectable andrespectable andrespectable
respectable organizations organizaton for reasons reasonsprobably reaons reaonsprobably reasonsprobably
probably beyond suspicion uspicon determined determinedto deterine
to extend their activities uctites to this new newfield newfeld newfield
field feld it i was wa their primary and para paramount paramount paramount ¬
mount duty dut to confirm confrm to the long es established e established ¬
tablished tablshed standards and traditions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trade trde To do otherwise otherise was wa not notmerely notmerely notmerely
merely to offend orend against againt good goo taste tlte it itwas itWI itwas
was WI also to to reflect refect upon those who had haddevoted ha haddevoted
devoted a whole lifetime letime to a work I hey the thewere theywere heywere
were just undertaking in ignorance ignoranceand
and inexperience Above all al it was wa a acom acourse acourse
com course se bound to awaken the resentment resentmentand resentment
and evoke the reprisal of legislators legislatorswho le islator8 islator8who
who had become reconciled recon reconciledperhaps reconciledperhapsyn iledperhnp8 iledperhnp8cyen perhaps perhapseven
even yn acquired downright affection afecton for fora forime
a ime time approved course courseIt coure coureI
It I is not surprising 6urrising therefore thereore that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther is i the outbreak of legislative legislativeactivity legislativeacivity legislativeactivity
activity acivity in Albany lban Our own notion notionis notioni
is i that it will wi not be carried carred to any great greatlength gnatlength greatlength
length We hardly expect to see se gen genuinely genuinely en enuinely ¬
uinely vigorous enforcement of new newresolutions newresolutons newresolutions
resolutions resolutons this time As a warning warninghowever warninghowever
however we trust trst its it effect efect will wi not be belost belost belost
lost upon the t he religious relgious humane chari charitable charitable charitable ¬
table and civic cyic organizations or anizatons which shall shallhereafter shal shallhereafter
hereafter hereafer seek admission to and honor honorable honorable honorable ¬
able membership in the Third House HouseWe HOls houseWe
We trust they the now understand undertand the thelegislative thelegislatve thelegislative
legislative legislatve ttandard standard of morality morlt To Tolobbythat Tolobbythat lolobbythat
lobbythat JM ilot not only onl permissible but butmay Imtmay butmay
may even be praiseworthy praiseworhy hut to toregisterthat toreghterthnt toregister
registerthat register tliat has never been good goodtaste goodtaste ood oodtate
taste tate and is henceforth honeort h illegal illegalTlic iegal iegalThe illegalihie
The Greatest Grratelt Irving Writer WriterOur Wrier WrierOur WriterOur
Our valued value and vertiginous ertginous contem contemporary cOllell conleinporary ¬
porary the Chicago Tribune has ha not notgiven notgiven notgiven
given up to stockings stocking and gloves what whatwas whatW whatwas
was W meant for for the permanent > ermanent happiness happinessof s sof
of mankind In spite spie of its is ferocious ferociouswar fercious ferciouswar
war on Gloversville Gloyervie and Hosierdom Hoierdom it itis i itis
is Still fti tme tne to the felicities felcite rarities rariics and andpreciosities andprecositeR andpreciosities
preciosities precositeR of style ITHURIEL KLLERY KLLERYSANBORKWOS ELIERY8ASBOR EuEaYMANBORN
SANBORKWOS 8ASBOR WM present with all al hissquad hissquadrtms his squad squadrns squad14ns
rtms rns of language at the christening christeningof
of the Chicago baseball baebal season seaon last lastweek lastwek lastweek
week wek We invite students of the living livingspeech IhingRpech livingspeech
speech Rpech to the works of the master masterThe mater materTbe
The Cardinals Cadinals wereombatted were outbatted by many man para partgangs parasnzs parangn
gangs snzs ngn
snzsr ngnBig
Dig r Jirr Jlrr Oviruu OVIRAI cut the cardiac region of ofthe ottht ofthe
the plate plateThe plath piateThc
large The h turnout from rrm bugUlle burllc was A surprisingly turprlMngljrlarge urpllnclr urpllnclrJlle
Jlle
Jlle7fKKpnu 7fKKpnu XiuurnuiN makes winning Inalnr clout cloutOnr cloulOn cloutOn
On on a pan the other othe on a puncture punctureCompiling puncluro punctureCompiling
o Compiling Compllnr a double doubleThere doubleh doubleThere
There h re w wa was a gar yelp > elp when SrirNrnir SrirNrnirBma STnrrt1 STnrrt1smahell STsrsraiuyysmashed
Bma smashed smahello smashedAfter hed hedAfter
o After OVERUI OVIRI had whiffed whiffedOVFIULL ushittedOTJuiiSLL hted
OVFIULL 0811 caught him on ol balance accom accomplltblog aCtomplAblnl accompushing
pushing plAblnl ROOERI RoII demise demiseBut demiseBut demleeBut
But for DROWKBI 810IB unfortunate decease rerale he hecould h hcould hrcould
could have cored pulled puled up upMonax U UMOIA sipMomaw
S Monax MOIA poked poke a hot one oneS i iThe IThe
The little Ile fellow telow stabbed It ItThere Ito ItThere
o There were ere two dead Cub CubA Cu CubsA b bo <
o A couple of underground Inderlround shoot ibootManager shootMAnAcr shootsManager
Manager FRANK nANI had not touched tucbed the pin pinArbiter PI panArbiter
Arbiter KIXU Jtu showed him a sewfoot print printon
on the edge of the rubber rubberOpposed rubberOppose
0 Opposed Oppose to the Cub Star r no was Left Lel Handed HandedIunil HandrdIuu Handed1vau
Iunil IunilI IuuIf 1vauIf
I If f Mr Ir JOSEPH TOSJPI MEDIU blll were here to toexult toemlt toexult
exult in the glory of the master materN and andthe andIhe andthe
the Cubs Cubl he might need nee an interpreter interpreternt
at first flt but he would instantly Instanty applaud applaudthe applaudthe
the originality originaltJ the tang the bite the theprocession theproclsinn theprocussitn
procession of home bagging parts of ofspeech ofBpech ofspeech
Bpech speech that belong to the Hon lon ITHURIKL ITHURIKLKLIFRV 11URII ITUUntETELLEHY I
KLIFRV LRY SANBORN May ay his vocabulary vocabularyIncrenne vocabularyIncrease vocabularyIncrease
Increase if such a thing Is s possible possibleWe poslibleWe
We take the liberty lbery of nominating him himas hima
as a a member of the Hon HENRY CABOT CABOTIXJROKS CABOTIDmR AlloT AlloTJiOflIES
IXJROKS Academy Is there another anotherliving anotherlving anotherliving
lving living writer who can produce in quan quantities quantitles qulantitieti ¬
tities titles to suit such luch muscular Juscular meaty nnd nndanimated nndanimated andanimated
animated animatedFor Englsh Englshor English EnglishFor
For or Senator From Nebraska NebraskaTho Nebralka NebralkaThe
The quizzing of Mr URVAX JIYAN about about the thesuccession theHucesiol thesuccession
succession Hucesiol to Senator HURKETT BURKET of Ne Nebraska XebrMka Nebraska ¬
braska H a 1 little ltte premature prmnturc since sinc the theterm theterm theterm
term of neighbor BUHKETT BunKFT has almost almosttwo almosttwo almosttwo
two years eal to run Not until unti a year from fromnext tromnext fromnext
next fall fal will wi the people be b called cale upon uponto
to indicate their choice The conscious consciousness ¬
oonacOls oonacOlsnefA
ness nefA that it would be b unbecoming unbcoming of a athrjco I athrice
thrice thric defeated defeate candidate for the Presi Presidency Presidency Preideney ¬
dency to covet the Senatorshlp Snato1hlp embar embarrasa emberrassea
rasa rassea 3 Mr BBTAN when sounded about
sonde abou abourr
rr
T
th the matter Jttr Ethos HenO his h characteristic characteristicbut chaactertic chaacterticbut
but not invincible diffidence diffidenceI difdfnc difdfncI
I will wl not no tar I will wl not under any an circum circumstances cIrum cIrumlncea circumstances ¬
stances lncea b be a candidate canclcIe but I would prefer not to tobe tobe tobe
be There Is no foundation toundton for the report repn that thatI
I have hve decided dedce positively pstltly to enter ente the rae ra I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would rather havti b some sme one eke el e nominated We Wehive Wehae wehive
hive hae a number ol excellent ucelent Democrats Demorat who are arcworthy areworby areworthy
worby worthy of the tb pUce and I would rather Itber ice ont ontof oneofthrm nt ntofbfm
of ofbfm ofthrm them elected eeled than hold the office myself myselfDoes m myselfDoes elt eltDo
Does Do Mr BRYAN BaYN deceive decive himself himl and andnot andnot andnot
not know kno his hl own ow mind He rrraat mit be bemodestly bemodesty bemodestly
modestly modesty aware that he is the moat moatexcellent moetexcelent mostexcellent
excellent excelent Democrat Democat on the eligible elgble list listand listand listand
and if i he will wl study his hi symptoms sympton he hecannot hecannot hecannot
cannot fail fai to perceive perCiv that acute dis disappointment disappointment dieappointment ¬
appointment would rend him if one of ofthe oftho ofthe
the complimented complmente unknowns were pre preferred prefere preerred ¬
erred fere to himself himselfMarshall himsel himselMarshal himsefMarshall
Marshall Marshal and atd His Di Night Riders RidersWhile Rder RderWhie RidersWhile
While Whie Governor MARSHALII MA MiA L of Indiana Indianawas IndianaWI
was WI in this thi thiscity city cty last IWt lastTuesday Tuesday Tu0ay telling telng the theJeff theJeferonlan theJeffersonians
Jeff Jeffersonians Jeferonlan ersonians of Tammany Hall Hal how the theparty thopart theparty
party which put him in office ofc might mightobtain might mightobtain
obtain control of the Federal Feeral Govern Government Gover Governmont ¬
mont the gentle gente night riders rider of his hisState hiBState hisState
State were giving an excellent excelent lesson lessonin leson lesonin
in popular ppular government and the appeal appealto appelto
to the people pple Armed Arme with bludgeons bludgeonsshotguns bludgeonsshotgn bludgeonsshotguns
shotguns shotgn and whips whip they were arousing arousingthe
the tenant farmers Carer in Daviess and Pike Pikecounties Pikecunte Pikecounties
counties cunte and on the Big White River Riverbottom Rver Rverbottom Riverbottom
bottom lands to a sense SEnse of the injus injustice injustc injusthee ¬
thee tc under which they suffer urer telling tellingthem telng telngthor tellingthemwhiat
them thor themwhiat what rent they should pay for their theirlands theirland theirlands
lands land and generally genoraly relieving releving the exec executive exe executive ¬
utive utve legislative and judicial depart department depr departmenta ¬
ment ment of the State Government Govtrnment of their theirresponsibilities tbeirrepnsibite theirresponsibilities
responsibilities responsibilitiesGovernor repnsibite responsibilitiesGovernoi
Governor MARSHALL MABIAIJ is well wel qualified qualifiedto qualife
to talk on JKFFKPSON and Ind to elucidate elucidatethe
the reasons reaons for the publics publcs refusal refusl to toput toput toIMit
put the present day disciples of that thateminent thateminent thateminent
eminent gentleman farmer faner in charge chargeof
of its affairs afair today He might with without without without ¬
out boasting bOltng have pointed pointe out the sim simplicity simplcity aimplieity ¬
plicity plcity of his hi own administration in the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom lands land of the Big White River RiverThere RiverThere RiverThere
There the laws delays arc not known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The red re tape tpeN of the courts curs does doe not notobstruct notobstnct notobstruct
obstruct obstnct the current curent of events and the therule therule therule
rule of the people pple is in full Cul force torc and andeffect ad aderect andeffect
effect erect operating through its is enlightened enlightenedagents enlghtne enlightenedagents
agents agent directly directy on its happy benefi beneficiaries benef benefidance ¬
dance ciariesThese ciarie danceThese
These Tee things thing for some undiscovered undiscoveredreason undiscoveredreaon
reason reaon Governor Govrnr MARSHALL 1IRsHLL did not notmention notmention notmention
mention to the Jefferaonians Jereronians gathered gatheredat gathere
at the board of the National NatonalN Demo Democratic Democratic Democratio ¬
cratic Club Cub Curiously enough he has hasnot h8 hasnot
not boasted bate of them at all allWe al alWe allWe
We have havl no sort of doubt that Secretary SecretaryDICKINSON Secretar SecretaryDinso
DICKINSON DICLfSOS will wi be glad gld to hear her Mr BBTAN BBTANdoes BRT Bnvdoes AN ANdoe
does doe not consider cnsider him as a Democrat Democrat Mr MrDICKINSON MrDICIUSON MrDxcxisox
DICKINSON Is in the post position t ion of a great greatmany geat geatmany greatmany
many thousands thousnd of men all al over the coun country oountr country ¬
try tr though especially epeialy at the South who whoshrink whohrink whoshrink
shrink from nothing as much as from Mr MrBRYANS MrBRYAs MrlIBYANS
lIBYANS approval and indorsement It I la laj iaperhaps
j perhaps true tre that if i Nebraska Nebraka sets l the thoi thepalern thepattern
i pattern palern he la not a Democrat Demoort The ques question que question
I tion ton is whether Nebraska Sebrekn is goirf goid1 to t fur furi furnish
i i nieh ni h the t models for the party any longer longerAnd longerI longerAnd
I And to to think said ARISTIDES ARISTtE as I he hesent helent hesent
sent lent his furniture furiture to storage that I never nevereven neereven nevereven
even mentioned mentone the subject of direct directnominatione diret diretnomination directnominations
nominations nominationeSome nomination nominationGRfIT
GRfIT GIlL IT EQrlRIU EQf ESTR14 FEATS FEATSsome U Unldl
Some nidea nldl Trial Tat Ecllpip F lpe the thl Exploit Fxplol or orirneral ortneral orGeneral
General tneral George B loud 1oudTo ludTo loudTo
To THE TiE EDITOII EnlOR OP run SUN ts Sir So SoJamoK SoJamO SoJames
James JamO I I Roche who writes a letter lettr iett r to TiE TiEts lilt liltKfN tuESls
KfN ts about aboU ll I thinks the ride of Uonarnl UonarnlGeorge lonerl lonerlGeorKe itinersiGeorge
George U Loud Iold of sixtysix sit siJ mio miles < in revert cevenhours EelenhOlra reverthours
hours hOlra to save la6 the face of n I friiHJulanl friiHJulanlPresident rr1ldnlenl fratinluientIresident j
President Ire i enl WHS h without wi houl a parallel paralnl doe he heWell heYeii
Well Wel let 111 tine 16 niontfon one or two authentic authenticexploits 811honllc 811honllcfwoii aiitltonticjptoIt I
exploits fwoii ptoIt in that Ihat line lno that are a I little ltle more morelimn 10Tt 10TtI10n uuuorethan
limn I10n a parallel1 parallel1hm paralel paralelIim poraticlIini
hm Moor a L Panty Eipresi Fqre < rider rid or once oncerode oncerode I
rode roe from Irol Midway tiidwa l a Station Slllon half way wa be beI betwoeti
I tWI101 twoeti woo n Port Kearnoy and Ind tottoiiuood tottoiiuoodHprlnc COlolwood COlolwoodRprlnca tottuiiwoodSprings
Springs to lule 11e luuebuirg < burx blrl a distance distalre of MO MOrnllni uomies 141nnils
rnllni mies In eleen hours hOlrs jindlg Fitiding Kind In 2 hH hl < partner partnerslot parI partneraick nor
slot Ilk abed he xwallownd Iwalo1od a I nip ClP of cold cofToe cofToefilled coroe coroeflo cofroefilled I
filled flo his pocUots 10C01 > with fragments rramelts of cold coldmeat coldmll coldmeat
meat mll remounted and was WI > back at Midway Mid Midreycloven j jcloven I Ioloven
cloven hours hourl later hawing 11 vi n I riddon 280 miles milesIn mies j I
In twentytwo hours Tim > was wal an average averagespeed avere6 avere6sPo averagespeed
speed sPo of nearly nearl thirteen miles mlt > as against againstleaf aalastlesl
leaf lesl than Ihnl ten miles lies mad mldl a bv b oneral > Loud IoiidDen Ioud Ioudnon LoudBen
Den llollidav Holiday Rave Rlve Moore 1100re a gold Iold watch and anda
a 1 rerllllrurn certUclr of his hil extraordinary perform performance PMtormlnce ¬
ance lnce and either Hm 10 didnt dhlll kill ki any an horses honsehis horje In doili doing
his hi hiunstunt stunt alllt
Dapper little Jl Cobnrt Jobrl Ilaslain JaRlam now no at the thaAuditorium theIullorium theAtelitoriutn
Auditorium Iullorium hold 10to Chicago t hlcIIO carried < ari the thelws thelwsor nn niewe nieweof 8 8of
of President Ire idfnt Lincolns 111 < olns election eII ion 120 miles milesin inilein
rie riein
in eight bouts hou and Ion 101 niiniitos liIUI using Ising thir thirteen IhlrIen thirloon ¬
teen rela rfla reisys > of homes Ily II way of variety vrfel vrfelh6
he dashed ISMhd through I aiueral Ilweral shower of offlint 01nlnl offlint
flint head arrowH a one of n which whllh knocked knockedout
out five i leot ireltiand 111 band and fractured frlcilred hi his lower ia iaThis taw tawThis jawThis
This exploit eXloi has been blen commemorated 10nmemoried in il an anoil onoi auoil
oil oi palnllnK Ialllnl paint ing by Ls IJ I U Cross TrosPony eroPony CrossPony
Pony Bob > afterward afenrd entnrnj the Ihl em employ eniploy R ¬
ploy 110 of Wells Wel Fargo A d t Co o and for nearly nearlyyear nelrlv nelrlva rtoarlya
a year ear coveted cDvele the I hl mute Inle botueen bot weou Virginia Virginiaflty VirginiaCity lllnl lllnlI
City I Nov and Friday Fridny8tHlon Button I Ihe The ho dis distance dislance dfsmace ¬
lance Is 100 IJ miles mi ami anubil his schedule time timewas tme tmeWA timewas
was WA tan hours The he building buidln of tho rail railway rai railway ¬
way caused him to be shifted shlltd to another anotherroute anolherrOUle anotherroute
route of twentythree miles mie lie le made this thisrun thll thisrun
run every et day for more mor than Ihln six 11 au months monthswell monthawel nionthiwell
well wel within wihin one hour tiling uslnl fifteen nUln horsos horsoslo
lo maintain the thl terriflo puce The Pony Ion IonExpres
Express Expres riders rldlr8 thought IhOllht nothing nolhinl of making maklnl
twelve miles miM an RI hqiw hQ over long lonl stretches stretchesof Alretchor
or plain When everything overy thinI was favorable favorablethe
the I he speed ipeed of their broncos rose lo fifteen fnoln or ort or1onl ortwenty
t twenty 1onl entv miles mle and for brier distances dI810ncf ex exceeded fJ axceeded ¬
ceeded even hat Ihal Finally Fin I dont dont forget forgetthe
the Ih eoe ride of F X ubroy In II Is5l when torlet torletIh ho homaintained homolntalne1 heunaintaineut
maintained a speed 8pfe1 of nearly nluly nit Ilx miles mll8 an
hour all 11 the way wa from Tom Santa F 11 t to Indo Independence Indopendlce1 mulependeunce ¬
pendence pendlce1 a traction under BOO mile mil6 inn inneral n neral
eral louds exploit xploi was nl creditable Credlabl but it
has been beaten times tme without wltl0ul number nlmblr
E E i 8 Kuis iiis
Urrin MONTCLAIR X J April ApriIG ApriIGOutalde 10 10Outilde isOutside
Outside and inside Passengers PaiiengtrsTo Parnlrrl
To 10 THE EDITOR or TUB SDN SJsSir Sir Has Hasit Ha
it been pointed out out that whereas whfrea our Into Intoruler Ileruler laterutor
ruler rode over the Constitution Constiuton our ac actual aclual sotutal ¬
tual President rides ride in the Constitution ConstitutionWlM onltllllon1 onltllllon1Wnl onstItiitlonir
WlM ir l HlTCHINH HlTCHINHNEW ITCllSI
NEW lUvrx IAVrS Conn April Apri 17 17Hant t1Ihn 17Itsna
Hant Inferiority Inferioriy to Woman WomanTo oman
To 0 Tar Til Fniroit orof OF 01 THE Tnw Stic Sfr It I It a not notnrcrstary notnrar notneecesary
nrcrstary nrar f fur r J 7 l W V writing wrtnr to TUB Iaw SUN ts of ofApril ofprl ofprii
April prl prii n I to mention menton the InurtUtlneii InlrtAt ntS or mans mansattire mAI mansattire
attire attr to rail cal attention etentln to It IIt It Is well wel lnown lnownlHt ImownIlut ttnownhut
hut It I I I 1 a sertOI serious > erlou < question Queton whether It Is I his hi trou trouers troulen troutera
ers that niele Reli man Ran look lok so o ugly Irl end Inartistic Inartisticor Inarhtc Inarhtcor
or mans unsMipely UnAI1ly Drurr DrurrIf 111u r rI
If I man were to array himself In womans womanlrUtc womanlrUtc11lrlph artistic artistictelegraph artistictelegraph
telegraph 11lrlph polr shirt fllr and h huh > h howl bat I doubt doubtIt
It I ho hf woulil wOI1 look any better in China where wherewoman whtrewoman wherewoman
woman wears weas trousers troler she ht looks IOk attractive aUrartve and andartistic andUt dedsttittie
artistic Ut tc and man whn wears a kimono which whichlook wllcb wllcblooka whichlooks
look toinelhlnic 1011lhln < like lke an Umpire gown rownlokl looks Just Justat jt jtI
at I unslf uaolcbty unsightly htly a he does In New N w Vorl orl In trousers trousersSo truon truono
So o It Is apparent that Ihail It Is mans RenA Inartistic Inuttc figure flfiiroand nrlreInd figureand
and not th the trainers IOllera that makes mIke him look 101 eo > o In Intrtlstlc 11 inartistic
artistic anlstl artisticif i iIf
If I man had crown lrwn Inferior only In his 11 shape shapestjlniml ehapeI altipeittia
stjlniml ittia I And berilnir It t would not he a very er serious nerloismatter srlo srlomaier seriousmatter
matter maier but hi hi his mental mntl detrloraton deterioration Is ern r more morenronounieU moe moepronolnre morepronounced
pronounced pronolnre than his lark of pulrhrltinlr pllchrltll and nd he hereally hnraly h hraiiy
really raly Is a pitiable pitable objectand obJecl And woman should not nottake no nolake notatie
take an unfair advantage adantale of Mm MmThere 11m 11mThere tinThere
There will 111 not have to lie a bloodless hhiodl revolt revolttlon rrolu rroluIon revoltution
tlon Ion to h obtain for woman the rliht rhb of Illtr8ZI suultrege suultregelhe lira jr jrThesuivlxal
Thesuivlxal 1lf lhe slfhel survival of the litest nte t will wi prevail praval and oman nonunnlll isonianslit
nlll 1 take mans place lirrntue hr aUd she he Is I menially meniallyand mntaly mntalyand
and artistically arUstcalY mote rorpprtent rOIP lent to tl fill ni flu II IImilt I IiJailLs
milt J l I lirwrtt I II lr lrVonx I r rIhw rlaw
law Vonx OR April prl ID IDTraffic 1 IiiT7aglo
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I Eve Even in darkest darket bohemia bobeml the th cloud are areonc areonc areonce
once onc in a while whie slIver lined lne Profession ProfessionpeMlmlata Proteslonal Proteslonalphnlt ProfessionalpessimIsts
pessimIsts phnlt such as Zola Zol Gonoourt Gnour Mau Maupassant Mu Mupannt Maupassant ¬
passant pannt and Flaubert Flaubrt did not always alwa dip diptheir dipth dIptheIr
their th lr brushes brshe into Ino the th blaeke blacket t tones tone In InManette InManete InManette
Manette Manete Salomon by Goncourt Ooncour about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the beat bt fiction fcton dealing deli with the pay psychology PIYcholol payohology ¬
chology cholol of the painter piter there tear thereata are diverting divertingcharacters divering diveringcharaotc divertingcharaotor
characters charaotc and Jnoidenta to relieve rlee thelable thesable the thesable
sable lable hue of marine madne that is i the th leading leadingmotive leding ledingmotve leadingmotive
motive motve of Corlolis the orientalist orlentlbt and andimpressionist andImprlonllt andImpressionist
impressionist In Strong as a Death DeathMaupassant Deah DeahMaupuunt Deathsfaupauant
Maupassant introduces Introduce a charming girl girland girland girland
and Zolas His HII HI Masterpiece Mutelec is positively positivelyhumorous pOItve1y pOItve1yhumorous positivelyhumorous
humorous at times tme These Thee stories storie are areprincipally areprlnolpaly areprincipally
principally prlnolpaly concerned cncred with wih art ar and artists artistsSo arit aritSo
So Is I Trilby Trlby by Du Maurler and not nota
a small mal part of it its popularity popularit was due dueto dueto dueto
to the picturesque piotureue if i not precisely real realdescriptions realdeorlpton realdesoriptions
descriptions deorlpton of atelier ateler life lfe in an a impossible impossibleLatin Impible ImpibleLatin
Latin Quarter To show the human side sideof sideat aideof
of the out at elbows young fellows eager eagerfor eagerfor eagerfor
for fame and more eager to live lve was wa Du DuMauriers DuMurJers Dustaurlere
Mauriers MurJers preoccupation Sentimental Sentimentl to tofalseness tofalaene8 tofalseness
falseness falaene8 a sentimentality antmently winning winningwithal winningwital winningwIthal
withal wital floated toate this book into the favor favorof
of the public publicThrough publc publcThrough publicThrough
Through the sympathetic pen of Emile EmileBernard Emie EmieBlrrdabout EmiloSemnardabout
Bernard Blrrdabout Semnardabout about whose studies of CJzanne CJzannewe C zlnne zlnnewe
we have written writenwe writtenwe we learn of a character characterliving charaoterlving characterliving
living lving In the real bohemia of ofPari ofParis Paris painters painterswho
who might have figured fgured in any of the thenovels thenovel thenovels
novels referred rlerred to or better beter still Itl might mighthave migh mighthave
have been interpreted by Victor Hugo Hugoor
or Ivan TurgenlelT Turgenlet But the Frenchman Frenchmanwould Frenchmanwould Frenchmanwould
would have havemadeot made of Pere P Tnnguy re a species speciesof
of poor prMyiel Myriel the Russian would have havepainted havepinted havepainted
painted pinted him as he was wo a saint in humility humilityspringing humity humityIprlnging humilityspringing
springing from the soil ol the friend of poor poorpainters poorplinten poorpainters
painters plinten a socialist social8t in theory but a aChristian aChri8tan aChristian
Christian Chri8tan in practice practce After following followingthe folowing folowingthe
the humble itinerary Itinerar of his hi life lfe you realize realizethe ralze ralzeIhe realIzethe
the uselessness uselenes of literary lterar Invention InventionHere InventionHere inventionHere
Here was wa character for a novelist novelst to be behad behadlor behadfor
had hadlor for the asking The Crainquebille Crainquebilleof Crainqueble Crainquebleof
of Anatole France Franc occurs occur to t the lover of ofthat 01that ofthat
that writer after arer reading Emlle EmiI Ber Bernards Bernard8 Bernards ¬
nards little ltle study of Father Tanguy TanguyHis Tangy TangyHI
His HI name was wa Jullen Julen Tanguy Tangy He was wasborn wasbrn wasborn
born brn in 1815 ll at Pledran Pl dran in the north northof
of France Franc He was a plasterer when he hemarried hemarried hemarried
married The young couple accustomed accustomedto
to f hardships hrdship of all al kinds left Saint Sint Brietic Brieticfor Brleucfor linleucfor
for Paris This was wa in 1880 lS After Arer vari various varlOU8 van vanoue ¬
ous vicissitudes vici8sitde the man mn became bcme a color colorgrinder colorgnder colorgrinder
grinder gnder in the house of Edouard on the theRue theRue theRue
Rue Clauzel The position p81ton was meagre meagreThe meagr meagreThe
The Tanguy Ton uy moved up in the so social BOcial soclal ¬
cial scale sCle by accepting accptng the job of con concierge conelers concierge ¬
cierge elers somewhere Imewher on the Butte Bute Mont Montraartre Montmrr Montmartre
raartre mrr This as is generally generly the case casegave casegae casegave
gave gae Pens P r Tanguy Tang liberty lbry his wife look lookIng lookIng looklag
Ing after lter the th house hous He le went into inf busi business bel belne business ¬
ness ne on his hi own account aunt vending colors colorsIn color
In the quarter quarer and the thelburb suburbs He tray traversed trv trvcrd traycreed ¬
creed crd the country countr from Argenteuil Argnlui to toBarbizon toBrblzon toBarbison
Barbizon Brblzon from Ecouen to Sarcello rlo He Hemet Hemet Hemet
met Pissaro Pi8r Monet Renoir Rnoir Cezanne Cezanneall C znne znneal
all al youthful and confident confdent and boiling boilingover boiing boiingover
over with admiration for Corot Courbet Courbetand Courbt Courbtand Courbetanti
and Millet Miet They patronized the honest honestpleasant honestplent honestpleasant
pleasant pedler pdlor of colors and brushes brushesand brshes brshesand brushesand
and when they didnt have the money he hatrusted hetrstd hetrusted
trusted trstd them It I was his prime quality qualitythat qualty qualtytbat qualitythat
that h h8 trusted trstd people pople He cared not notenough notenough notenough
enough for money as his too of often len suffer sufferIng luer luerIng suiToring
Ing wife wie averred and his heart always alwayson always1 always1on 1 1his
on his sleeve leevl was an easy mark for the thedesigning thedesigning
designing desiging This supreme suprme simplicity simplcity led ledhim Itd Itdhim ledhim I
him into joining the Communists in 1871 UI7 1771and 1871and
and then he had a nasty n31ty adventure adenturl One Oneday Oneday I i
I day while whlo dreaming on sentry duty dul a nj aI aband
j I band bnd from Versailles Yelilei suddenly descended descendedupon descnded descndedupn tlesccndedupon
upon upn the outposts oUlpOSt8 P Plro Pro ro Tanguy lost lostI iothis
I his head hpad He could not fire fr on a follow followbeing felow felowI fellowbeing
I being bln and h hI he threw away his musket musketFor mlsktt mlskttI musketFor
For or this not of ktrchery treachery ho was sea sentenced len lentencd seafenced ¬
I fenced tencd to serve two years year in the galleys galloyaat galeY8 galeY8at
at Brest Brsl Released by friendly inter intervention Interenton intervention ¬
vention enton he had still Iti to remain without withoutParis withoutParis withoutParis
Paris for two years year more mor Finally en entering cnhil entoning ¬
toning hia hil beloved blood quarter quartr quarterheresumod he resumed rsumfd his histranquil histranquil I Itraaquil
tranquil occupation ocupaton and hearing that tht thl theMalson the theMalison I
Malson lidotmrd Idouard had Id left the Rue Claurel Claurelhe CIluzel CIluzelbe I
he rented a little IUle shop where he sold soldmaterial soldmaterial i I
material to artists artst bought bught pictures picturs and andentertained andentertained
entertained in his humble manner any anyfriend Bnvfriend anyfriend I
friend or luckless luCk leeR dovil di who happened happenedthat happn d dthat I
that way wayLtaanne woyCzanne wayCzanne
Czanne and Vignon were wer his hil best bestcustomers boetclstomer bestcustomers
customers clstomer Giiillemin Gulelin Pissaro Renoir RenoirGauguin RenoirGauguin RenoirGauguin
Gauguin Van Gogh Oiler Oler Measurer MeasurerAugustin MessurerAugustin les3urr les3urrucultin
Augustin Signao Siaao Do Lautrec Lautrc symbolists symbolistsof symbolst8 symbolst8lor
of tho Pont Avon school iieoimprea iieoimpreanloniHta neoImpres1loni nooimpreeisionituts
nloniHta 1loni l and the yoijngumijfesof of schools schoolsan
an yet unborn unbor revolutionaries rvolutlonarles with one oneshirt oneshirt
shirt to their back swearing swearng at the official officialand ofcial ofcialtll omcialeaton
tll eaton and also als swearing by the brother brotherhood brther brtherhod brotherhood ¬
hood hod of man with a capital assembled assembledIn Omble
In this dingy ding old shop Tanguy Tangy was W8 a arallying aralying arallying
rallying ralying point pint He was wa full ful of the milk milkof mik
of human huma kindness kindnes and an robbed robb himself himselfto himselft I
to t give Iive a worthless fellow folow with wib a hard har
luck story str some eme of the sous that should shouldhave sholid sholidhave shouldhave
have gone to his wife Fortunately ortunatly she shewas shewos shewas
was a philosopher phioopher as a well wel as a an admirable admirablehousekeeper admirablehouekepr admirablehousekeeper
housekeeper houekepr If I the rent was wa paid and andthere ad adthere andthere
there was some soup meat for dinner dinnershe dinner8he dinnershe
she wan wal content eonlent More or she could not notexpect notexpct notexpect
expect expct from a man who gave away with withboth withbth withboth
both bth hands But Butand and here is the curious curiouspart curiousprt curiouspart
part prt of o this thi narrative narratve of M Bernards BernardsTanguy Berar Bernardsfanguy
Tanguy anguy was W the only person pr on in Paris who whobought whobought whobought
bought and owned owne pictures ploturel by Cezanne CezanneHe Cf7nne Cf7nneHe
He had dozens of his
canvases eanvnes stacked stackedaway ltcked ltckedaway stackedaway
away in the rear of his establishment establishmentC6zanne etabllhment etabllhmentC6znne establishmentCezanne
C6zanne C6znne whose whO father wan rich rch never nevertheless nevertheless neverthebes ¬
theless only ony received rcived a moderate moert allow allowance alow alowanc allowanco ¬
ance anc and very ver often oren parted parte with wih a canvas canvasfor canvaefor canvasfor
for a few francs frano When Tanguy Tangy was washard wa washard
hard har up he would go to f some discerning discerningamateur discerningamatour discerningamateur
amateur and sell 8el for 200 20 francs pictures picturesthat
that today bring 20000 200 francs franC It I is isdisconcerting il isdisconcerting
disconcerting disconcrtng this thl eternal etral fluctuation fuotuaton of ofprices ofprice ofprices
prices All Al dealers Jeaer all al buyers buyer are in n ncertain ncrtin acertain
certain crtin sense gamblers gambler Tanguy hated hatedto hate
to sell ll especially epcialy his hl Cezannea Cfznne Artists Artistscame Artlelscme Artistscame
came cme to tosee see them Hisshop H is shop was Wa the scene sceneof Icne Icneof
of many may a wordy wory critical crtical battle bate Gauguin Gauguinuttered Gauguinuttr Gauguinuttered
uttered uttr the paradox Nothing so re resembles resemble reaezabies ¬
sembles semble a daub as a a masterpiece mastriec Nand Nandthe and andthe andthe
the novelist novel t Elemir El mir Bourges cried crie This ThisIs
Is the painting paintng of a vintager vlntgerl Alfred AlfredStevens Alre AlfredStevens
Stevens Stven roared in the presence prSnc of the thedzannes theC theCtzannes
dzannes C lnnel Anquetin Anqletn admired admir but as asBernard asBernar asBernard
Bernard Bernar adds ad de Jacques Jaoue Blanche Bnnohe bought boughtSo
So did DurandRuel who has ha informed informedus Infore
us UI that a Cezanne C zanne today is II a difficult difficultfish difcult difculttsh
fish tsh to hook The great public publo wont wonthave wonthavo wonthave
have hIm and the amateurs who adore adorehim adorehim adorehim
him jealously jealou ly hold on to their prizes prizesThe prize8fi prizesThe
The fi socialism Iocialsm of P re Tanguy was mild mildHe mid midHe mildHe
He pitied with a Tolstoyan 1oletoyan pity piy the th thesufferings j jBufferings 1 1lurerlng8 I
sufferings lurerlng8 of the poor He HI did not hate hatethe hatethe hatethe
the rich nor did he stand ltnd at street ftr t corners cornerspreaching corner cornerspreaching
preaching the beauties bautes of torch and bomb bombA
A simple impl soul uneducated uneducted not critical criticalyet criticalyet criticalyet
yet with withan an instinctive Inltnclve flair air for the coming comingtriumph comingtrlumphl comingtniumphe
triumph trlumphl of his young men he espoused espousedthe
the cause of his hl clients clent because beaule they thoy were werepoverty werepovery werepoverty
poverty povery stricken Itrloken unknown and nd revolu rovolutionista revolutonl revolutlonlsteari
tionista tonl tlonlsteari tlan > an esthetic revolution was wal his hiswildest hl8wldelt hiswildest
wildest wldelt dream Ho le said of CVzanne that thatPapa thatPapa thatPapa
Papa Oznnne C zane nne always quits quit a picture picturebefore plcturo plcturobeforo picturebefore
before he finishes Inlshe it i If I he moves he lets letshis letl latehis
his hil canvases ranva e lie le In the vacated studio studioHe studioHe studiolie
He no doubt benefited benefted by b this thll careless carelessness carelessfee ¬
ness fee of the painter palntfI Clzanne C zanne worked workedslowly work workedslowly ed edel
slowly el wly but he never stopped working workln worklnhe
he left let nothing to hazard ba1ard and and astonish astonishing atonlsh atonlshInR ¬
ing fact he h spent every morning at tho thoLou thoIol the1otitre
Lou Iol 1otitre fro Thoro he practised practsed his hi daily dailyscales daly dalylal8 dailyscales
scales lal8 optically optloaly speaking before taking takingup tklnl tklnllp takingzip
up the brush brlh for the days work Many Manycs llany
cs d Vincent VLcn von Goghs pictures plcturjl Tanguy Tanguyowned Tany Tanyo1ne Tanguyowned
owned o1ne This Ta wiu wu A about 1889 181 The Th eo eoeentrlo fc socentric
centric ontro gifted Utd Dutchman Dutchmn attracted attracttd the thepoor thf thepoor I
poor por merchant merchnt by his ferocious eoclalUm eoclalUmHo IOIIm IOIImaa I
Ho H WM Indeed Icd a ferocious feroios temperament temperamen temperamenie1 I Ir
r ie1 M
working 10rdn like lie a madman mdn pitn painting with withhis wih wihh withhis
his h color clor tub tbe tubes when he had no brushes brushesand brhe brheand brushesand
and literally In ry living Uvi8 in i the boutique houiiqe of ofTanguy atTangT ofTanguy
Tanguy TangT The latter lter always al ay read red J JCri 18 18Cri IeCri
Cri du Ptuple and Llntnawigtcmt Llntronsilto1l and andbelieved andbel andbelieved
believed bel v d all al he read red He did not care caremuch cre crem caremach
much m cb for Van Goghs compositions composlton no nodoubt nodobt nodoubt
doubt dobt agreeing agreing with wih Cezanne C nne who view viewing vlewIns viewIng ¬
ing them for the first Irt time calmly re remarked re remarked remarkedtotho ¬
marked markedtotho to ttho tho youth Sincerely Sincre1y you paint paintlike paintlke paintlike
like lke a crazy crz man mD A prophetic propheto note noteVan notelVan notetVan
Van Gogh frequented frequentd a tavern kept by byan byaD byan
an old model an Italian Itla woman wompn It bore borethe borethe borethe
the romantio rmantio title tte of the Tambourine TambourineWhen Tamburne TamburneWben TambourineWhen
When he couldnt pay py his bil bills bis he could couldcover cold coldcover couldcover
cover the walls wal8 with wih furious frescoes frescoesflowers freaos freaostower frescoesflowers
flowers tower of tropical exuberance land landscapes IBndoap landacapes ¬
scapes that must have h v been ben seen 8en in a night nightmare nightmare nightmare ¬
mare oap He was 18 painting at a this time tme three threepictures threepicures threepictures
pictures picures a day He would part with a acanvaaattheextortionate nonvasatheeorlonte aoanvasattheoxtortlonateprloe
p
canvaaattheextortionate onvasatheeorlonte price of a franc francThn francThs francThin
Thin recalls recal Mont lont Montesll 111 in hi hU his last Ilst period periodpainting periodpintng periodpainting
painting at Marseilles Marleic9 for a drink drnk or two twothose twoth0 twothose
pintng
those th0 radiant rdlBnt color explosions and bewil bewildering bowi bewildering ¬
dering dorng bouquets of fireworks fireworksTanguy freworks freworksTanguy fireworksTangay
Tanguy was the possessor p0seslor of a large largeportrait largeprtrait largeportrait
portrait prtrait by Cdzanne C zanne done in his earliest earliestmanner earlet earletmanner earliestmanner
had sell account accountof
manner This he to lel on
of pressing need ned Dark days followed folowed He Hemoved le lemove Hemovedacrose
moved move movedacrose across the street into smaller smaler quar quarters quarters quartore ¬
ters Tbo Theoldcrowd old crowd began began to drift away awaysome awaylome awaysome
some lome died some had become famous and andone andone andone
one Van Gogh ehot himself blmlel In an access acce of ofmania ofmania ofmania
mania This was WI a shock to t his friend friendA
A second followed rolowed when Van an Goghs Goghsdevoted Gogbsdeote Ooghsdevoted
devoted deote brother also went mad Good GoodFather GoodFnthor GoodFather
Father Tanguy aa a he was affectionately affectionatelycalled arectonate1y arectonate1ycaled
called caled sickened He entered a hospital hospitalHe
He suffered utered from a cancerous canceroul trouble of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stomach One day he said ld to his hiswife hl8wife hiswife
wife who was visiting visitng him I am bored boredhere boredhere boredhere
here I wont die here hereI
I mean to die in my own home N He went wenthome wenthome wenthome
home and died shortly shorty afterward aferard In
1894 pctave ctve ctava Mirbeau llrbeau fiery fer and generous generouswrote generou8wrote generouswrote
wrote a I moving article arice for the Jvornal Jvornalabout Juoral Juoralabut Juornaiabout
about abut the man who had never spoken ill illof i illor
of any anyone one who bad never turned tured from fromhis fromhlsdota fromhisdoora
his hlsdota hisdoora door a hungry person persn The There Theresiilt result ult was wasa WI WIa
a sale organized at the Hotel H tel Drouot to towhich towhich towhich
which prominent artists arists and literary literaryfolk lterar
folk contributed contrbuted works workl Cazin Guille Guillemet Guia Guiamet Guillemet
met Gyp Maufra Monet Luce Pissaro PissaroRochegrosse Piro PiroRohegrose PissamoRochegrosse
Rochegrosse Sisley Vauthier Vaut hier Carrier CarrierBelleude CarrierBeleue CarrierBelleuse
Belleude Beleue Bert Benhe he Morisot llorsot Renoir Jong Jongkind Jongkind Jongkind
kind Raffaeli Helleu Rodin and
Raael HeIeu many manyothers manyother manyothers
others other participated prtloipted in this noble charity charitywhich chrity chritywhloh charitywhich
which brought the widow 10000 100 francs francsShe francsSho francsShe
She soon lon died diedVan diedVan diedVan
Van Gogh painted a 1 portrait porrait of Tanguy Tanguyabout Tanguyabut Tanguyabout
about abut 1886 186 It I is said sid now to belong blong to toRodin t toBodin
Rodin Rdin It represents reprelenU the naive man with withhis withhi withhis
his hi irregular features and placid expres expression expreselon expreselon ¬
elon of a stoic not a distinguished ditingished face facebut fRCf facebut
but unmistakably nmletkably that of a gentle gente soul soulwho soulwho oulwho
who had loved his h neighbor better than thanhimself thn thnblmself thanhimself
himself therefore therfor he died in misery miseryHe mier
He it was who may be remembered remembred by bythose bythO bythose
those thO who knew him himand and also a few fewfuture fewI fewfuture
future futre historians hlstorin of the futility futity of things thingsin ting tingin
I in general glnerala generalas as the man In who first tnt made madeknown madeknown marieknown
known to Paris the pictures picture of the timid timidobstinate tmid tmidPaul timidobstinate
obstinate Paul Cezanne C znne An odd od Hah Hahindeed fh fhinded fishindeed
indeed inded was a this same me Julien Julen Tanguy Tanguylittle Tanguyltle Tanguylittle
little ltle father to painters paintersWHICH palntel palntelWC painterswhich
WHICH COLLEGE COLLEGEIn COLI COLLEEclatlsa tE tEi
i
fdat clatlsa e Moral I oral and Social laliaes aI015 C of Ire IreI Life Lifein
In Dig 05 and Little Utlc Instltntlont InstltntlontTo Insttntol
I To 0 THE EDITOR OF THE TiF SUN SusSir Sir E E EC EC EC
C N In his If let letter II er to TaE SUN having disposed disposedof
of E f H S and his extraordinary Illraordinlry theories theoriesabout theoriesabout theoriesabout
about the barbaric influences of American Americancollect Americancollege merleancolee
collect colee life lrt anxious parents may lay now In Indulge tndllle indulge ¬
dulge dllle the Il hope that Ihll their Ihllr son < f may may not notbe notbe notbe
be turned Ilrl Into young 011 < Hottentots Holentots by b their theiruniversity theirIllverily theiruniversity
university Illverily training hut hiI I wish 1lsb some pomehenevolont Bore Boreheneolent somebenevolent
benevolent person perlon would solve tolve for me the thefollowing thf thefollowing
following 10101Inl problem Js I there any an decided decidedadvantage decidedadvantae decidedadtantare
advantage In sending sending a boy by to Vale Yatellr Yatellrvan liar liaryard Harvard ¬
yard van or Princeton rather than to Williams WilliamsAinherst Wll WilliamsAmherst ms msAmherst
Amherst or Dartmouth Jortmouth or to any of the thesmaller thesmaler thesmnlier
smaller smaler colleees collifs of good ood standing standingI Blandlng
I have n 1 boy bo at lt Amherst and Ild another anotherwho anotherwho anotherwho
who expects to enter Princeton in Sept September SeptemberTie SeptemberT1e ember
The Tie Amherst Ambfr barbarian bar arlan II < I quote from fromI
E t 11 1 S is i doing hi his level best to divert dlnrthis
his brother from trm the paths of Old Nassau NassauMe as5au as5aule
Me le tells tl him that the average Iverale Princeton Princetonman
man falls lls to get Jtl out of hi his college colele course coursecertain courS8crlain coursecertain
certain crlain moral mor morn social and educational educationaladvantage eur4tonal eur4tonaladvlntnlr educationaladvnlages
advantage advlntnlr that I full rll to the lot of a com comparatively comPIAttI cornpiratireIy ¬
paratively PIAttI large laf e number of men in smaller smallercolleges fmalhr fmalhrcoltle smallereoiIege
colleges coltle that a Princelonlan Prlnctlonlon who falls flis to tomake tomale tomalue
make male one of the good clubs CllbB who Is only onl onlrolr
fairly rolr well 1el off ot Inancal financially and who cannot cannotso eLnnol eLnnoleo
so to speak Aptak get above the crowd Is II prac practically pract practicaIIy ¬
tically t Icaly frozen fro7el out Ol of the I social elite of ofuniversity orunlrllly ofuniteratty
university unlrllly life lre At Mlllnrn Wilami or Amherst Amheratthis Amherit AmheritIhis
this I not so likely llel to be the case lie liegoes le le100a liegoes
goes 100a further and and says 18 that the moral life lifeof lre lreor lifeof
of the til students In the smaller smaler well wel known knownNew knownXew knownNew
New England Jnillld colleges coll fN Is 1 > distinctly dilncl of a ahigher 1 ahigher
higher grade than thrn it i Is at at Princeton and andale
Vale ale that there Ih re Is lean drinking and less
licentiousness licentiousnessThe IcenoulntBI i leant iou eness enesslhe drlnldni
The Amherst Amhert undergraduate Inderarlduale also main mainslits
talus that the social side of 1rlnceton life
la rather ralhtr dlillmrinir dllofnu to the Ih dlrflnnln dllI nt r le ar ¬
ranging nodal Rocl I events et I8 with wth young youngoomefl youngoomeflof m mronlin Olng women womenor omenor
or good goo < social Htanding slandlnl whereas at Am ¬
herst hrlt the proms with wih the Smith College
girls irl8 at Xorthnmplon orlhlnplon help to Smih keep loleae a man
from becoming Leomlng rusty rlsly rust y Inthelerpsichorean In the the erplchorean I
art What lal hal would Iolld K f II I S say sa to this
Me WI know knoI lint the Ihl tb United Unted States Sialls fiovern vern
ment rfnrkes rkes it I a rule rile to educate odlcol fh the hl West eSt
Point men In good manners The hops hopsof
of the thl armvradets armyeadpts are very Important func ¬
tlnc
tions lon Mhouldoitrcolletrespay Should olrcolees ourcoileges PIY pay anyattention any al alt lntion ention
to this Sort lorl of Ihlup
My h problem is I Ihllj to help 11 lp the boy boY who fancies fanclel
Princeton frluctton to decide which college cole1 he hI should sholld
go to He I Ii teat at present pfISnlloynl loyal toOld Nassau
fo
IshalltrivchlmhlRcholco I shal shail give him hlRololco his choice Js J the thl prestige pre XUSIU
or a a large co11 ooleee colIeg a reor really valuable asset lge
reolvl aluabe
Other things thilas being belnl equal equa would a a Vale all
Harvard or Princeton man mln have any nv ad ¬
vantage antalI over the graduate of Williams llliam
Anthem or Dartmouth Dalmouth la it It not the llam8 man manuand
hImself uand and hi hi his general Ien ral character and
ability biily that are taken Into account accolnl rather
than tlan the Npr prestige lle of his college
What t arc arl the lit advantaged ad nnlaaeR eoleae of the larger
colleges cltles and the Ih disadvantages of larler the
smaller tmale Or as E II I S would put If It
Who Vhn Is the greater Irtler barbarian bobarlanNhe he who
graduates BradunteR from Amherst or he who gradu lo ¬
alp from Princeton Pflnleton PrlneetonNxw > AMHFKST A Iradu
Niw IW YORK April Apri tfl tflA I IA isA IFIIT
A Hniarfhlsn lnlhl Inn Sign SignFrom Micnfo Signbroin
From fo tm II Tirana Irnd Hlaailne HlaailneOne 1ar1 MOQjuiOne = I IOn
One of the most humorous inn nn signs U The
Man loadtd With Wih Mischief JI ehl which Is found foundabout loundabout foundabout
about a mite mie from Cambridge on the Madingley Madingleyroad
road rDa The origins lllsehlet le hlel was wa designed dulanld by
Hogarth for n I public pUblc house In Oxford Oxord Street MrtelIt StreetI
11 It I t li I needless to say S that the signboard aiiD board and nd evo v o
the name have long ac aiO age disappeared dlMppeaed from tlie
busy bU London Jondon thoroughfare tborollrhare but the Quaint Qualnt device devicemust devicemust < evhemURL
have been
must extensively copied by b country C cuintryalgn
Icn painter here Is a Mischief Mlocbl at Walltng URI
ford ad and D1 a toad Ial of Mischief MISllc at Norwich lnc The
Inn on the Madlnclcy Madlnlle read exhibits ehibis the slgtn In Its Itsoriginal II ItsorIginal
original form Though the colors are much faded fadedfrom ladedfrm fadedlenin
from frm exposure Clp08l to the weather wealler traces Irace of Hofirth 10ruII
Un humor ran be detected A man Is > stmrterinc
under the weight of r a woman who Is on salrelnl his 1 back backShe backShe backShe
She ll holding boldlnl a 1 glass Ia a or gin In 11 her hand a chain chainand chainand
and padlock padlO are ae around the man neclc nel labelled labele
IVfdlork WdloI On the ti rlcht rllht hand side Is th the shop shopof ebo eboor
of s Gripe Pawnbroker Iawnhrku and a carpenter It ItJn IIjUt a ajuust
Jn jUt t going CIIII In to plfiltc hit hl tool toolladUne tootsGlad toots toolvUdil3n
Glad < Udil3n ilane i Fair or firrat r rat Mastrri MastrriFran UatnFro Sic Cterq CterqFrouu
Fran Fro llawaritrn lawardn flown refcns Farlil Mamini MaminiThe tfQQjflflue
The lijiireof tClre itgurr or Aristotle rUote by b the eminent sculptor sculptorfi 5ellllor 5ellllorn
fi 1 Walker ha has recently b been
rCent n placed In the niche nicheprepared nichepreparf micheprepared
prepared preparf for It I outside U1 lde Uio tim south will wal of the Ih red rrsldrncr reddenre
drncr It I Is I the gift ril or Iran Lincoln JOoln and Sirs MrnWlcltbnm MrWklcbom Sirswickhnm
Wlcltbnm The he four niches
nlb outside St Dclnlols Dclnlolsrr Delnlolae
ae are rr Intended Inledtl for the Ih natures nltru of tho llo thOse < c four treat treatmen rr greatmcml 4t 4tmen
men who were rtgnrdril by Mr r Gladstone ns tS hit hlrchief hlr hitchIef
chief masters mafhr Aristotle Arltolr Ht Au uuMlnr uMlnc Dante Danteand lnle lnleAnd ilantecrud
and lllAhop IAbop nutlcr utr 1 Thre hrre are now In position iioiltlonall 1105110n 1105110nal
all al of them the work orl of Mr Ir Walker Wlk It I only onl re remain r rmolna remilne ¬
main f 1M r that of IlUhop IIhop Duller Ihllr to he I given to tocomplete 10comlI toromiuiete
complete comlI lt the Ih set setOfficial set4inctal rl rlOmetl
Official Ometl Zeal 7ul In Mliioarl Mliioarlfram 7Iiiouirlrsui
fram rpm tit nifh lllll 1 tittle tlerliWhebci r rWhelhei I
Whelhei Wht hel lot 0 Anderson Andersol Is suocmfu > or nut lit In lahis inhis
his race for Vlderman he ertalnly crlalnly < was WA doing doingsome dolnl doingsome I
some active aclve campaigning Hilt Ihl morning mornlnr In an anendeavor anendeavor anendeavor
endeavor to mike malc a bit bl wlh with h the oterihr voiCrahecrawled oterihrcrawled oter hI
crawled Irawlld out of lint about daylight dAylZhl rt n drive driC a
lot lot of hois 10u out of the city Ily park Isrk that acre lolnc lolncto
to uproot UP Ot tile tle bandstand band slanr Hul Jut ilulJoe Joe rather our ourdlil overdirt
did me I matter at one rrUderU r ldell claimed clalmel hrwus hrwusrolnsr le swasolflg a
rolnsr l I to ote fle agaInst Arlnl Anderson Aodrrsn on the score that thattali
I his bll p pfae peace c was wa dUturtttd dluurtd by Joes yelling ell
TAXES IN TEE WAY WAYA fV fVA
A Proposal Propoa In 1 the Ul internU Intn of ofblitits Antame AntameblllsU AttlO
blllsU bUl vain CllJ the te Park PmrkTo Pk ParkTo
To 10 xa Tal vas EDiron EDIOR or 01 Tnt Tal SON SUNSf 80flSiv Sfr tlttd tlttdIng fiwlug 1
lug Inl an account of the smashing Imuhn AgainSt alni a ttree atrre atree
tree or an automobile automoble In Central Clntral Park in inconsequence Inconsequence inconsequence
consequence of which on one man was WUel WUeland iueiand il
and an several Injured InJure 1 conclude the accident accidentwould aolelt aoleltould aecf4entwould
would not have hae happened hppene had ba the tree not notbeen MIbeen notbeen
been where It was 1 and this leads leas to another anotherthought anlhf anoth anoththoughtthat
thought thoughtthat that it I might mllbt be very v ry wise wie to cut cutdown cuLdown cutdown
down all al the trees tree in tho park for a dUttnrr dUttnrrof dU ncp ncpof
of bout three hundred hundre feet on ellhjr eiUr aid aidof sideof ldf ldfof
of any road roa upon upn which motor vehicles Ir a aallowed r rallowed
allowed alowed to run runIn runIn runIn
In Jamaica Jlmalca In the Borough Boroulh of Queni Queniupon Quepnupn Quepnqupon
upon upn Hillside lllide avenue wh whf where re It Intersect IntersectBercen Inter intersectiBergen er
Bergen Bf en avenue stands Itands a monument dull dullen dei deica dedicat
en cat to the soldiers loldltrs and sailors lalor who bl fell fellIn tel fellin
In the theWar War Wlr of the tie Rebellion Rebelion Motor vehlclo vehlclopassing vehlcel vehlcelpas1 vehlclipassing
passing pas1 the monument have a clear apace ipaciof apaceof
of nearly thirty feet upon all sides of It to todo t tdo
do so The Automobile Association of ofAuurca ofAtaiezca
Auurca has recently petitioned that I be betaken betaken
taken out of Its way There would se seen seento m mto
to be less reason for maintaining these trees tretianywhere treesanywhere
anywhere near the roads than for maintain maintaining ¬
ing this monument where no one has been beenyet beenyet
yet killed and If the Automobile Aisgcii Aisgciitlon Aucjilion
lion of America woitldMevote would devote Its atuntm atuntmto
to the obstructive tree It would have more morereason morereason
reason upon its side Perhaps the astoria association astorialion ¬
lion intends todo so SPEEDER SPEEDERYOKK SPEDERNiuw
Niuw YOKK April It ItTHK lii liiTHE
THE SUXBAV SAlMON SAIMOXProfessor SAlMONProfessor
Professor Durtllck Ans Answers en the ArRnmr Argumentpof nti ntiof
of the Rev Dr Henry Sttmien SttmienMr
Mr DEAR DR STIMSON As a member memberof
of the committee of fourteen let m mthank me methank
thank you for your hearty indorsement of ofseveneighths ofseveneighths
seveneighths of our excise amendments amendmentsbill
bill aa well as for your temperate Ian Ianfcuage Ianguage
fcuage in criticising what you deem the theunwise theunwise
unwise eighth I am not surprised that thatsome thataetna
some of the friends of our committee hold holdthe holdthe
the views which you have expressed Not Nota
a single member of our committee would wouldfavor wouldavortheilcensingofliquor
favor avortheilcensingofliquor the licensing of liquor selling on Sun Sunclay Sunday
clay either In saloons or hotels or clubs cluhif clubsif
if me were asked to draft a piece of letl letllation legilation
lation for Platos republic or for Sir Thomo ThomoMores ThoaMores
Mores Utopia but our bill was not pre prepared lirepared ¬
pared for any such fabled realms Its Itipreparation Itspreparation
preparation was the result of much thought thoughtand thoughtand
and discussion as w well ell as of no little expert eiperlence expertence
ence In the actual conditions of this rosmo rosmopolltan cosunopolltan
polltan town townYou townYou
You say that you are very sure that th thpublic ths thspublic
public sentiment of this city is heavily heavilyantagonistic heavilyaotagonistio
antagonistic to the saloon being legalized leeallzedon
on Sunday If you are right in this opin opinion opinion ¬
ion II would seem to follow that attempts to topunish topunish
punish saloon keepers for selling liquor liquoron
on Sunday should be heartily supported supportedby
by public sentiment that the enforcement enforcementof
of the Sunday provisions of the present presentlaw presentlaw
law should be popular Do you think my mydear mydear
dear Dr Stimson that they are popular popularIf
If they were popular would not th the Poles PoiictDepartment PolesDepartment
Department and the District Attorneys Attoratrtoffice Attorneysoflice
office and the State Commissioner of Excite ExcUtbe
be found vicing with each other In zealous zeaJouiendeavors zealousendeavors
endeavors to enforce the law Have you youdiscovered youdiscovered
discovered any such zeal either on the thepart thepart
part of Democratic police official or orof orof
of the Independent District Attorney or orof orof
of the Republican Excise Commissioner CommissionerWhen
When hen they are asked to enforce these Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day provisions of the Excise law do they theynot theynot
not straightway begin to make excuse excuseAre excusesAre
Are their hands not already full of more moreimportant moreimportant
important and pressing business Cannot Cannoteach Cannoteach
each of these great departments point to tothetwoothernas tothetwootheriuas
thetwoothernas I fiieonea lie ones which should bear bearthe bearthe
the heat and burden as well as the obloquy obloquyof
of this tack taakhenever tackWhenever
Whenever either of these department departmentlias
lias made an earnest attempt to enforce enforcethe enforcethe
the Sunday provisions have you seen tn tnevidence anevidence <
evidence of a prompt and hearty and ap applauding applauding ¬
plauding response to such effort On the theother theother
other hand does not our mutual frler1 frler1Iucien frleniIuicjerm
Iucien C Warner state the exact trurh trurhwhen trurhwhen
when ho says The experience of grand grandjunrsof graruljunries
junrsof of late years shows conclusively that thatan thatan
an Indictment cannot be found against againstsaloon a asaioost
saloon for selling liquor in a quiet manner manneron
on Sunday afternoons afternoonsHut afternoopsBut
Hut the polite ana the District Attorn Attornnnd Attorney Attorneyand
and the State Excise Commissioner are nn nnthe nothe >
the only persons who have authority to tose tosetinc t ttho
tho machinery of the excise law in motion motionAny motionAny
Any taxpayer of the city village or to conforwbieh i ifor
for forwbieh wlilch a liquor tax certificate was wa li n i imay
may present a verified ptllion to a Jnsiiv Jnsiivof
of the Supreme Court for an order orderrevoking orderrevokingand
revoking revokingand ami cancelling such certificate for forillegally forillegally
illegally selling liquor on Sunday huts Uawvou hutsson
son or other members of The Assembled AssembledBrotherhood Assembledbrotherhood
Brotherhood of Congregational Conwregat ionah Minister Ministerwho tinisierewho
who approved your letter attempted to ej ejerclno socrelse
erclno this authority with which the statu atetueclothes r rclothes
clothes you If you have nor I beg > ou to toinstitute Ininstitute
institute and press to final Issue such a can cancellation cancellation ¬
cellation proceeding J am sure you will willhave ill illhove
hove a most Instructive object lesson In pub public pihlIe ¬
lIe sentiment upon the point under dnrj dnrjslon lisrusion
slon Some of our committee ha have had an anexperience anexperience
experience in these proceedings which goe goeback goeback
back through ten years or more That 1 hat expe experience experience ¬
rience has had not a little to do with con converting convetting ¬
vetting us from views much like tho Cx Cxuressed i ipro
pro uressed < t ed in your otir letter to those which whichfonntilited s sforunuulsited
fonntilited in the criticised eighth part of ofour ofoutr
our bill billIn billin
In closing your heifer you say Sfl My ludir jumilgment ludirment
ment may bo warped by th the fact of my myantagonism ui uiantagonism
antagonism to the saloon itself You toilpardon wii wiipardon
pardon me for concurring in that statamert statamertbut
but let le me add that no love Is lost or tn tnsaloon liisaloon
saloon by any member of the eommitt eommittof comrnlttCof
of fourteen We belIeve that our hill hillregulates huliregulates
regulates sad restricts and improve th thsaloon the thesaloon
saloon Inder Its provisions we are con confident corfident ¬
fident that less liquor will be sold In sabers saloorthan sabersthan <
than now that less money will bn dhnro dhnroby divorolby
by their patrons from wives and children childrenthat childrenthat
that such patrons will spend lest timo in inperpendicular inperpendicular
perpendicular drinking at unscreoned pub public pubiic ¬
lic bars than in secluded back rqom rqomthat rooms roomsthat
that the number of vicious resorts will h hdiminished bs bsdiminished
diminished and the inducement to pay pavgraft paygraft
graft to the police be minimised minimisedI
I cannot see that our bill legalizes vim vimIf viceIf
If it does the existing law In open to th thsamei the thesame
same charge for It authorizes the Ml sale of ofliquor ofliquor
liquor throughout th we week > elc In hot and andrlubs aridclubs
clubs I cannot believe it d desecrates secrat s th thSabbath iha ihaSabbath
Sabbath In a town own where its actual opera operation oterstion ¬
tion will be to rescue half the day from th thactivities thactivities
activities of the saloons With ieir gr greet greetrespect t trespect
respect sincerely yours yoursflAC1A
CHANCIS flAC1A M BrnotcK BrnotcKCOLUMBIA BrnesrtaCortetsta
COLUMBIA VNIVFIISITT April 10 10and 105eIal
5eIal and Intellectual IlrlllUncT at the theINntlonJ thetatton
INntlonJ Capital CapitalFrom CapitalPsnun
From the nistiinoten P Punt it of April t tA ti tiA
A complete list of those Tie present nt would real li lia fia <
a social register of the national capital nr tn tnglestsata Inc Incguritsata
glestsata most exclusive smart function monr thinnfthe monrthe
the fashionable young mtn and women if trr trrsm ct ctamnert
sm amnert rt set who relished sauerkraut frankfurter frankfurterana
ana leberknoedel while n gypsy orchestra 1i dlroursiut < 1icoursed
coursed music of a distant land and time were wereMerriment acreMerriment
Merriment was at Its height dull ri riwas cer cerwas
was on an extended leave of absence and th thatmosphere thalmJspbere
atmosphere was surfeited with good fellon fellonnd fetloonOI fetloonOIand >
and nd congeniality The young women w were rr In Inmust inmust
must fetching attire and blIthesome mood unl unltheir atiltheir
their escorts had th theIr lr wits whittled tt > ntrdl ntrdlpoints ntedlpoints
points Throughout the two hours the feart fearton wos woson
on there was a constant flow of merry1 QuIP QuIPpersonal quipspeeaonai
personal gibes and Jests and an equal number pi piretorts p1rttoril
retorts and parrying thrum thrumSwenrlnz lhnJteSwearing
Swearing to n Validity tit nn nnfrom rsp rsprrom
from PI ttIe l GJlirflin GJlirflinKljslnj GjuultnnKissing
Kissing the th hook seems tn he on the point fl flbeing tibeing
being consigned to well deserved oblivion ana anaEngland d dlngiand
England might easily take pattern bv the form ol oloath nIoath
oath that obtains In the Channel Island T6 T6twelv TIC TICtweieeflectora
twelv tweieeflectora effectors are ex officio members of the SU tei teiof tdof
of Jeisey and In common with oher constituent constituentelements constituentelements
elements of the acme body they the may frequeilU frequeilUbe
be h teen with the uplifted hand sweating tu tiC tiCvalIdity 1 1vulldltj
valIdity of the excuse that another member U Uabsent iiabsent
absent through Illness The custom has beet tefihanlrd beethanled
hanlrd down from a Norman ancestry that eer eerrecognled tnCrecognhed
recognled the sacred finality of putting a nim nimon flflon
on bit oath and rmphatlsM most strikinglY th thparallel Orparallel
parallel values of the he right hand and nf a irtiin irtiinplighted msnPiighted
plighted word Tolngdestre U still a Jetsw Jetswsurname itua5sutrnarnr
surname
Open Air Flemeuurr School SchoolVom SchnnlProm
Prom the Lonioi Sanifnrrf SlandirdThe SanifnrrfThe
The Norwich Education Committee yesierlu yesierluapproved e trrrt trrrtapproved <
approved the holding of an open air school at atnell atBelle
nell Vue ue la the Salon suburb of the cli > from fromthe ram ramthe
the nmaie of May to the middle of OrIole t
101 10 children to be drawn from the tie elemental elementalschools eleme0ltschools
schools on account of some physical wea1me wea1meThis weaioePius >
This novel school will be open from half pa paIn pail 5 5in
In Ihnmorning till half pat pautttor7uit or7 t night Th Thchildren TOchildren
children will he conveyed to and nd from the schot schotn < noo noon
meals a rt d5 d5thee i ithrie
n tramcars and will have three
thee The school will be open for five day dsyweek a aweek
week for twenty weeks and voluntary contrlnn contrlnntlons cOnlrihtttt
tlons tt na will be Invited toward the cost of tire mean meanprovided teel5provided
provided Th The object Is to Improve the children childrenpht ihhiiltertplnisitally
pht plnisitally lcally and enable them the b better ner to reef receits receitsticir IK IKttclr
ttclr education
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lion tlonBorker Borker ParkerTea Yes he bought 61ms him a phonagrapUVMB phonagrapUVMBr ph007IrapbittaITeUinhI
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