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THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 261906 1906 1
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CLAIM CLM HIIEYARESA1TE HIIEYARESA1TEiiis THEY ARE SANErs SAKE SAKEMis
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Mis rs and Miss Corbett Have HaveHearing HayeReaJ1 HavelIealillg
ReaJ1 Hearing ng Before Judge JudgeTWO JudgeTWOYEARS JudgeTWOYEABS
TWO TWOYEARS YEARS IN ST ELIZABETHS ELIZABETHSMoihor ELIZAEETHS ELIZAEETHSytbQr EliZABETHSMuthr
Moihor ytbQr Daughter and Family Phy Physioian Ph Phi PhyIqIaii
sioian i Qinn Deny Den that They Harbored HarboredPdlnsions Harboredn HarboredQiU8IOn84ev
n Pdlnsions l9slonsRev Rev Dr Hamlin of ofjfluircli of9iiureh
t tql ql 9iiureh < jfluircli rcIi of Covenant Tells History Historyot lIi II1toryO1zisCDId tor toro
ot o O1zisCDId Crise a S Did Dld Not ot Dwell on Suicide SuicideA
A mimi ar of spectators peet tors mostly flOtyatheried W women womenBJtherd men
BJtherd 11 thered In jEqalty quIty Court No 2 yesterday yesterdayto
to hear the case of Mri Mn Caroline Francis FnmclCorbett FrnctsCcrbett FrancisCorbett
Corbett and Miss Mi Cornelia I Ldl Lydia > ydla Corbett Corbettftrgued Corbettargued Corbottargued
argued before Judge Jud Gould The two worn womsn wornttl wornqj
ttl sn qj have for more than two years YWS been beenconfined beenconfined beenconfined
confined to the insane asylum at St StElizabeths StJtlizaooths StRlizabeth
Elizabeths s and appeared yesterday with witha
a petition to obtain their release releaseThe releueThf relee e eThe
The > attorneys for the plaintiffs were wereMessrs wreMfs9rL i
Messrs Binter Evans and McNeill while whileFrederick whlltFrroenk whileFrederiek
Frederick A A Fennell who is a committee committeeof
of one appointed to look lookBatter Batter after Mrs Cor Corbctts Corbd Corbtts
bctts bd t s financial affairs represented represented those thosewho thoseIio
who 110 were tre instrumental in having hvIn the then th thomen thewomen
n women omen sent to the asylum The jury was wasbrought wasbrought i ibrought
brought in from Criminal CrImIn Court No 2 to toact toin tosci
act In the th case caseThe caaeThe caseThe
The specific form of insanity with whic whicit whl whlIt whIIt
it fc b said id both Mrs Irs and Miss MI s Corbett Corbettsvfttor CorbettR corbettszm
svfttor R szm wr is deiustonary They are repre represented repreieIIted repreeen ¬
sented een as li laboring < under the hallucination hallucinationthai hallucinationtlaat hallucinationthat
thai some ome me persecution of thm is being beingconstantly bfd bdago S SIy
o constantly ntIy Iy brought about by b some agents agentswhom agentswIaem agentswhom
whom the women signify b1IltT fta the hoper imperroaal Jmperroul hoperrolial
roaal Ibey they The husband of Mrs Cor Corbett Corbett Corbeet
bett died some years ago leaving bIB es esUU es esIII estte
UU tte m such an involved condition that thatthe thattM thatthe
the women were almost penniless nl1e 6 and en entirrtj enUft17 entftsJ7
tirrtj dependent t on friends for maJn maJnailsi maJnt maJnJlIs mainteis
t teis teisMISM
JlIs ailsi Gorlictts I 1lCe ife at AKlnmComella Awylnru AwylnruWas ANyinniM1
Was M1 Cornelia Corbett was the lint wit wttVnesc wiltft witne
ne nesc after tfc the jury had proved satisfac satisfactory atI8tactoQ eaXZafsctory ¬
tory to both counsels and was duly sworn swornto BWomto swornIn
to to She testified that the first Intimation Intimationshe IDttmationbe InURIJOIishe
she ted Md received of her removal to the theasylran theUIJIam theasyimo
asylran was aa when h n Dr Burrftt BurrItt a woman womanphjrskHaa WOIIUUlnamc womanphyakiaa
phjrskHaa came to her r home at XH Sea Seatan Searoa SeatA
tan tA street TO5t and told her ah e would Have nave to togo mp togo
go away Shortly after this she stated a apottcenmn aDd apoan
pottcenmn and Dd plain clothes man III4Jt came camein calliein
in in an 5 ambulance buIaDee and conveyed both her herself herself herself ¬
self and ad her mother to t St Elisabeths
Her teaImoRy further brought eut thi thifact tMfaet th thfact
fact that the day before her former hear hearitifr hearIDtf hearIn
itifr In on too ho same plea two physicians Dr DrQunyon n nG1IJI7Qn r rGunyon
Qunyon and Dr Watkins neither nf nfwllNa orwhean r rwhooi
whooi she bad seen n before before called at her herhone beland herhome
hone and asked her questions concerning concerningher COMemI COMemIer concerningher
her er fathers estate tf both claiming to be belawyers be1a belawyers
lawyers 1a She further testified that sire sirewas I Iwas sh shwas
was allowed no witnesses at her former formertrial formert formertrial
t trial although alt b there were many ready read to toasjpBar 0a toapenr
asjpBar a She said that she aDd her mother motherhad motbethM motherhad
had done housework at home including includingthe tnc1udlatthe includingthe
the washing never having been able to toemploy tot totO7
employ t a servant It was shown hOwn that thattheir thattbell thattheir
their life at the asylum Is spent > mostly mostlyon
on fancy faac work which bleb they sell I to friend friendand frlendwa frIendsand
and a for the sale ie of which they are al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to cone into Washington unat unattended UDatteIIdM unattend ¬
tended tend
tendedDid
Did Xot ot Dwell on Suicide SuicideMr Suicidefr SuicideMr
Mr Fennel at this point asked the thewitness thewltJaea thewitness
witness whether she he and her mother had hadnot hadDOt hadnot
not been devoted to clipping cIIppi cltp ng articles from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the newspapers The witness wttn answered answeredthat aD8Weredthat answeredthat
that she had collected clippings on liter literary 1IterIT literary ¬
ary IT and culinary topics but that her hermother hermoUIer hermother
mother never had been much interested interestedin JlIleIe ted tedi
i in the work and that neither had ever evercut evercut evercut
cut articles relating re to suicide When Wbaeel ask asked asked ¬
ed whether the neighbors ever watched watchedeither watchede4tlmr t bed bedettller
either herself or her mother she said saidso aidIlK saidabs
abs so Ms IlK ss never UMocjht tllM bt of it itHere It ItHelle Itfrets
Here Mr Fenaefl asked if Dr Hamlic Hamlicof Hamillof Hamlinof
of the Church of the Covenant bad ever evrasked ev evaMed everasked
asked Mr Corbett to leave home or had hadever hadewr haJever
ever made mad any allusions to Mrs Corbett Corbettmm C Corbertfrom tt ttf
f from mm II the pulpit The witness answered answeredthat aweredtt answeredthat
that sh abe did not think any allusions aU were wereint weAllalMIecI wereianded
lalMIecI int Mtod but that her mother had wonder wondered 1Ondereel sder sdered ¬
ed jat at one statement stat at of Dr Hamlin HamUns s and andha andhM andhad
hM ha inquired of hII concerning CODemln it It The Thespeech TheaJpfteb Thespeech
speech in question was u a quotation quotationhiqe Theyj They Theylucre
lucre j hiqe e defied the temple and the priest who whotrJW whoUI whetr14i1
trJW to help them themMrs themCorbett themMrs
Mrs Corbett wa was the next witness She Sheis Sbea SheIs
is a remarkably wellpreserved woman I IslxtJthree uisixtythree < rf rfsixtythree
sixtythree years of evident refinement refinementaai redasmentn 1ellt 1elltIII
aai n good breeding ng She corroborated the thesUttemenis thetatbaef thesiajemenLs
sUttemenis tatbaef of her daughter in regard nI to toth 10t tot
th t tMIt lr beins J taken to the hospital ho an1 an1eemcd t tto
eemcd to possess an excellent knowledge knowledgeof kno knoof kaowiedgtof b
of her husbands Ii affairs affairsMr a affairsZr < alm almXI
Mr Jtametl in the crossexaminationdrew croaaeamhaatIondrew crossexamination lOII eAambaadontI
drew tI from her that she be had at t one Urn Urninstituted dUM dUMJ118tttutfod t1mmatItuted
instituted divorce proceedings IIOCeedIn against her herItaseaad herhuMia he helitbitad
Itaseaad huMia and that she considered C01ISIde her son sonin omiI
in I 9 nave bern harshly used by several severallinns MVfOOn L LIIlng
linns n by which he had been employed mpfoy t tthe to tothe tithe >
the extent that they 1 would f frce jrc him to togo ht htIto t tgo
go errands ria to fictitious ftedti U8 numbers in order orderto orderto
to keep him employed mpl It afterward Alt rwant de developed deelope deeIo ¬
elope eIo that tbs Mr Corbett Corb tt had paid then thesUnas t tflnue thenfirms
firms for or hiring JUri the boy bo since he was in incasabk mc Ineapable
casabk c of any a serious Rriu concentration c Mrs Mrsrorbett InCorbett 4rt 4rtorbett
rorbett testified that both her husband husbandand husbandullll husbandcud
and son had died by their own hand and andthat an antat andtIaL
that another all daughter was confined to a asasjKarram lIIatIMarhmI i isaindnm
sasjKarram in Virginia where wre she haJ haJbesst ha habe hnJbessi
besst for ten years far A rigid crossexami crossexamination erossexaminiiUen exami examinltioD ¬
nation failed to make Mrs Oorhett t admit admittha Admitt
tha t ha haj she he had at any fly time considered her herf herperwecuttd herTf
Tf f persecuted persecutedDr perwecuttdDr persecutedDr
Dr Tennis S Hamlin pastor of the theChurch theCb1IT4h theChurch
Church of the he Covenant Cov t was then called calledto calledto calledt
to t the stand aad Dr Hamlin vnut allowed allowedto
to tell his story of the case without ltIIout any anyquestions DrquestlontL as asquestkins
questions He said lei in part partDr pertDr i
Dr Hamlin Dcscriho D lIcIUJQIf Delusion DelusionThe DelusioneThe j
he The Corbetta have been members of ofmy ofmy
my tn pariah for sixteen alxl years I have seen seenthem aeenthem seenthem I
them frequently but never knew JaM the thelather thetltIIer thelather
lather until Mrs Mn Corbett sent for me say sayin saylag y yI
in I lag that he had taken to drinking When WhenI 1ten 1tenI
I arrived lQfke at her home she sb st denied bavin bavintold having bavlngtold havingoh
told oh V e that he drank but In Insisted latecl that thathe thatb6 thatha
he was slandering < the family Mrs rs Cor Corbett Corbett Corbelt
bett wa W4l > under the impression mp n that ribs ohewas OMWU ribswas
was being ridiculed at church and for forseverni IftrIMvend fcrseveral
several yean did not attend She magin ma maglned magined n nfd
ed that the neighbors ne bbons were spying on her herby berb herby
by b means of mechanical appliances app1lan and andthe aadthe andthe
the xray The son was sindliarly af affected afffCted affected ¬
fected and after thre three attempts took tookhis tookhta tooktfs
his life > her other > T daughter is confined confinedin eonftn eonftnIn confinedIn
in Staunton a hopeless case After Mr MrCbrbrtts MrCorbfotts r rCorbetti
Cbrbrtts death sh sho > > seemed set > md to become becomeworsr betonlOfSf beron3Wor
worsr Wor OfSf and worst wo and devised d all al sorts sortsof IlOnaof sertsof
of plans to overcome her poverty one onelng be being heIng ¬
ing that as Mxs McKinley had secured secureda ur ura
a pension she too should be able to do doso doso io iomd
so and to this end she sought my aid aidAnother ald1othfor aidnother
Another hallucination under which she ahelabored shelalkrPd shelabtrrd
labored was that when w n she turned over overin oveli overti
in i bed at Bight she sh heard a carriage carriagedrive car cardrl carriagedrive
drive drl away a ay from her door and shortly shortlyafterward shortlyaItH1ard shortlyattrward
afterward a run at Fort Myer boomed as asa asa asa
a signal to her persecutors r ecutOI8 Mrs Ham Hamlin HamUn Hamfin ¬
fin was accustomed accu tomed to buy provisions for forthe forthf forthe
the unfortunate woman at the same tim Urnthat timthat timthat
that she sh would market for herself hf J and andAlthough andIlthough andalthough
Although I am certain that tlte quality qualitywas qualitywas qualitywas
was equal to that of my own table Mrs MrsCorbett MrsCorbett rs rsCorbett
Corbett very often was strenuous in her hercomplaints he hercomplaints > r rcomplain
complainDr complaints complaintsDr
Dr Hamlin described rlbt d the process he hal haltaken haltaktn ha1taken
taken to have the women placed in tho thoasylum tb tbasylum thasylum
asylum and said that he had done don so sobecause sobeeause sobecause
because he was in constant dread that thatsome thatIIDIne thatsome
some disaster would happen in their theirhousehold theirhouehold theirhouschckl
household unless they th r were placed under underthe un underthe r rthe
the guardianship of the authorities authoritiesIn
In answer to Mr Birney be stated that thatthe thatu I Ith
the th u poverty of the > women wom n had in i no way wayinfluenced wayinJIuencecl wayinfluenced i
influenced his ni course C urst a ad the parish waa waawell w wwell wrwell
well able to care car for its poor He said saidthat saidthat
that he bad never een en n any an evidence idenc of ofviolence of1elence ofviOlence I
violence on the 0 part of either of the thowomen thtwomen thewomen
women either to t o themselves thmsel or other otherbut 1 1but 1but
but that h be feared that in view kw of th ew ewlIuIcldal t tsuiddal > i isuicidal
suicidal tendency If < rf f ihe ah male n aJt members of ofthe Ifthe o othe
the family sack i i Undeiu tI1 tiiideituy IY y would mani manifest mantfest iiian iiianfeet ¬
fest itself i eJ He said that he had at va various varkus irarkus ¬
rkus times obtained obtaln suitable employment employmentfo
fo Miss 118 Corbett orbt > tt but that she sh he had not notciuiSidred nmC1 nrnceidred
ciuiSidred C1 idrfld it lie cjuld not state from
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FASHIONS IN FROCKS
Velveteens Meet Hard Wear WearSeveral Wearenlal
Several of the leading features f atures of current CUT nt modes are cleverly reproduced in this thislittle tblsnttle tbhlittle r
little frock that is intended for the schoolgirl hoolirl of some dozen summers or so soA soA
A very pretty shade of brown shading somewhat on the tobacco tints is used uee and andthe andthe aiu aiuthe I
the girdle and cord ornaments are in the > same sober coloring The frock is fash fashioned fubtoned ¬
toned with a separate chemisette permanent buttons and buttonholes serving to tohold tob te
teI
hold b kl it in place and facilitate fa Utale its removal for laundry purposes The fastening to toin 18In 1 1In I
in the back so that the pretty front effect ett is unbroken Princes lines provali th thfronts Ute Utefronts thefronts
fronts hems sttt and the fairness drawn to either shoulder whore lIore com ornaments ornamentsrimulate OI IWMnUi IWMnUirimulate I Irmulate
rimulate a fastening Lengthwise tbwl e pincbed tucks t b simulate uJate a a fitting around the thewKisOme thevllttJlfte thewaIt1ine
wKisOme Tha sleeve is of the t tegomutloa pattern tuB at the top and tapering taperingprettily taperingprett117 taperiniprettily
prettily below the elbow eItJo Into an upturned cult at the wrist
experience perieMe whether hetJMr the same ddturioAS ddturioASstill detoaKin deiuoosstill
still existed m In the minds of the tilebut women womenbut wonisiubut
but he was assured by 1 7 the authorities that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they did didTvro didTno didTwo
Two Sny Women Were ere Sane SaneIn SnneIn SaneIn
In answer to Judge Gould Dr Hamlin Bauill1Iaakl Hamlinsaid 1amItosaid
said that although alt b he had not made men mention mettlon mentints ¬
tints of Miss IBa Corbett fn his testimony 1atlmoaywa she shewas shewas
was in his opinion in the same condi condition CODdIUon coadidon ¬
don as her mother Mr r Birney Blme trney here sog soggestad suggested
gestad 8 that impressions and opinions were werenot wereROt werenot
not as desirable as the facts m ha the case caseand cueJudp caseand
and Judge Gould stated that the tact of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Corbetfs suicide could not in any anyway U1JwaJ anyway
way affect Mrs Corbetfs tendency tendencyMiss teaclency1Jas tendencyMiss
Miss Jeanette Young was the next wit witness wttDele witnell ¬
ness She was a next door neighbor and a afrequenter aIfquenler afrequenter
frequenter of C the Corbett household hoW and andsaid aIIdaiel andsaid
said she had never seen any 811 evidence of ofdelusion tdelon ofdelusion
delusion in either of the women womenDr womeaDr womenDr
Dr Robert Rayburn was the test wit witness wttJIM8 witas ¬
ness as of the afternoon His testimony as a aphysician aph7SlclaD aphysician
physician who bad been visited by the theCorbetts theCorbetta theCorbetts
Corbetts on several occasions was that thatthey thatt thatthey
they t were Were both bothAt sane saneAt saneAt
At 3 oclock the court adjourned until untilM lIftWIt untili
M i oclock this morning morningBAREFOOTED mo moBAREFOOTED morningBAREFOOTED
BAREFOOTED IN THE HE SNOW SNOWBaltimore SNOWDalthllorc SNOWBaltimore
Baltimore Physician Tut luta Theory TheoryReprnrdiiiK Theor TheorneJ1rlIn Theoryflegnrdlnrr
ReprnrdiiiK nOH Hoy Into Practice PracticeFnm PrnctleetJiIe PracticeFisa
Fnm the IWUmore San SanSeveral sSeveral SanSeverel
Several years 7 ago SO it was not an uncom uncommon wneemmon ancemmon ¬
mon sight to see three sturdy little boys boyswalking boyswalkillS boyswalking
walking and playing out of doors in the theneighborhood thenelshborhood thenesghboriood
neighborhood of Mount Vernon V place in inram 1Dralst Inrain
ram rain or shine hail or snow barefooted barefootedConservative barefootedConefrvalhe barefootedConservative
Conservative Baltimoreans Baltl were shocked shockedGrandmothers Idaoe IdaoeGrallC shockedGrandmethern
Grandmothers GrallC thers heW up their hands band in illherror inhorror
horror horrorIt herrorIt horrorit
It is cruel l wicked the Lbe said the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor little fellows WIt wtt w II die of f such in inhuman ha hah inhuman ¬
human h exposure Dear me it makes me mefed IDetfel mefeel
fed bad to think how they must suf suff autrer miferr
f rer ferr ferrlint rr rrBut
rernut
But these onetime little Htt fellows fettowsCtande tellowClaud fellowsClaude
Claude Karl and John Vaa aa Bibber kbsr sons sonsof 10Mr seimof
of Dr and Airs trs Claude eta Van Va VaEast Bibber BibberBast i iaM
East aM Read flul street IItIWtve re now big hearty heartyboys hetartJbop heartyboys
boys and the worth of the advanced advancedideas anaacedkIeh advancedof
ideas of their parents has ha been proved provedClaude WOftCICla1Nle provedclaude
Claude ta i eleven years old Karl is nine nineand nIDe nIDeand nineand
and John J known kilo by his playmates playmatesTUB as asTun asTue
TUB Tun is just seven These are three three1MImnIe as ashandsome ashandsome
handsome 1MImnIe sturdylooking BtunlJ boys boy as one oneever ODener oneever
ever sees Tall with strongly built builtbodies builtbodies
bodies solid id firm muscles mu clea and rosy rosychecks rosycheeks
checks they are examples esaJapiftof of what every everymother everymotr everymother
mother wants her t boy to be beUntil beUnUi beUntil
Until each was five years ean old okIhe he went wentbarefooted wentbatefoet wentbarefooted
barefooted batefoet It Is the opinion of 0 both Dr Drand Drand Drand
and Mrs Van Bibber that it is the only onlyhealthy oaIybeAJthy onlyhelthy
healthy way ay to raise e boys boysThey ooysThey boyzThey
They are ar boys so we wane them to tobe tobe tobe
be little men and rough b it It they t J say sayand sayIMI sayand
and IMI that is Just what the boys have havedone haveMlle havedone
done During heavy snowstorms 0111I8 they theyplayed theyUlLyod y yJJlaYecl
played in the snow with only a flannel flannelbtooee IIIumeCblouse flannelblouse
blouse and trousers on onEven onEven onEven
Even now 110 when they have passed the thebarefoot thebarefoot thebrefoot
barefoot age they long Ion to t return to the thefreedom efrHCIom thefreedom
freedom they the once had The neatest ap approach ap approaeh appreach ¬
preach is in summer when hell they put on onbathing OftbathlRS onbathing
bathing suits ulta aDd turn the hose over each eachother eacbother eachother
other and have a merry mer nc frolic frolicIt troUcIt frU frUIt
It is the opinion of Dr and Mrs ira Van VanBibber YanDlblJer VanBibber
Bibber that the exposure of the feet and andlegs andI andlegs
legs Is of vital importance as it causes causesthe e8UHJSthe causesthe
I the child to become hardened to changes changesin cbaageteanperature
in temperature But by alt means they theyurge the theI theyurge
I urge see that the child is properly cloth clothed clolhabout clothcii ¬
ed about the body It does not matter matterhow matterbow matterhow
how HUle litt1 the Child has on his hi lags leg he hemust hemu bemust
must t have warm covering conrin on the body bodyThe b dyTlte bodyThe
The Idea of allowing lowtng the children to go gowithout COwithout gowithout
without shoes and stockings took firm firmhold Armbold finnhold
hold of Dr Van Bibbers mind when whenClaude wbenClaude whenClaude
Claude was a lit little tie fellow and showed showedsigns sitowetlslgDs abownisigns
signs of croup croupA croupA creepA
A childs skin Is active said Dr Van VanBibber VanBib1ter VanBibbor
Bibber If the childs feet and legs Je are arewrapped arewrapped arewrapel
wrapped up free perspiration is prevent prevented JIeYeDtfd prevented ¬
ed The skin bscomes 1Mt tender too and andsusceptible andsusceptible ad adau
susceptible au ceptfble to changes ehan ea in temperature so sothat tCthat sothat
that exposure to the cold or a draft is islikely Ialikely islikely
likely to be followed by b a cold coldThat eoklThat coki cokiThat
That this theory Is true in practice was wasproved wasproved wasproved
proved by Dr Van Va Bibber for Ms boys boysdid boysdid boysdid
did not have a cold until they put on onshoes onahoe8 onshoes
shoes and stockings stockingsThat 8tockinssThat stockingsThat
That the children are such perfectly perfectlyhealthy perfectlyhealthy Uy Uyhealthy
healthy specimens simens of the genus boy te not notdue DOtdue notdue
due entirely to their barefottedness barefottednessTheir bRrefO borefoatednessTheir tedfte8 tedfte8Their
Their mother has been careful that every everypart everypart everypart
part of their nee and training should be beconsistent beconalatent beconsistent
consistent and should be directed c11 tocl toward towardkeeping towardkeeplR towardkeeping
keeping them in healthy condition conditionSpecial eoJldlUOnSl conditionSpecial
Special Sl > ctal attention is paid to their cloth clothing clothlag loth lothIng ¬
ing so 30 that it is of the proper weight weightand weightand t tand
and warmth to their food and to the thetemperature tbetfmperatIJrW thetmperatur
temperature of the rooms r OIft8 in which they theyplay theyPlay theyplay
play and sleep Their playroom is a alarge aJUgf alarge
large airy room and ig fitted up with withtrapeae withtrape3e Withtrapeas
trapeae rings swings and other gym IYJOnaqUc gymnastic gymnastic ¬
nastic contrivances The floor is covered coveredfirst COe enTeredfirst > rfd rfdftrat
first with layers of wadding and then thenwith thenwith thenwith
with denim which Is nonabsorbent JIOltab orbent and andjjl andis
is easily kept free from dust and dirt dirtso dirtThe dirtThe
The only Piece ot furniture If it can be beso beso
so called is a big mattress on which th thyoung the theroung theyoung
young athletes can romp and roll rollClaude rollC1aud rollClaude
Claude who i u a very ry big boy is a stu student tu tudent
dent at Mount t Josephs College > The Theother Theother Theother
other two lads lad also attend school schoolTheir schoolThir achoolTheir
Their mother moth r Mrs ra Van Bibber Blb r was wasformerly wisformerly 18 18fQrmerl
formerly Miss Cohen of Now Orleans Orleansdaughter O Orleansdaughter ealUi
daughter of Judge M M Cohen an emi eminent eminent cmineat ¬
nent jurist of that dty For the last two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years she sh has ben l t4n > a sufferer from fromasthma fromasthma fromasthma
asthma but has almost recovered
WHO OWNS SAMSON SAMSONWho SAMSONWho
Who owns Baby Samson the strongest strongestbahy stroageaImby OD t
bahy 1 hi New Ne York At the rooifa roo of the theGerry UteGenT th
Gerry Society Societ this particular l baby al y is isdown 18down h hdown S
down on the books as John Doe No 71 71and 11 11aacI 71and
and be is probably the youngest John Doe Doeon Doeon Doeon
on rtcort reor says sy UM New York Globo GloboSamson GloboSaIDllOft GlobeSamson
Samson the tb new name he was wa given stv by bythe bytbe b bthe
the police who found to him is now no making makingthings J1tktlgthlnp f fthings
things lively llvel for the good sisters and hte hteplaymates hhlplaymates Irk r
rt
playmates at St Josephs Home Avenue AvenueA Avenueand Avueaad t
A aad EightYninth street where he was wassent Wllsllellt i isent
sent a few days ago by the society until untilhis untilbill I Ihis
his identity l hUt could be established establishedSamson emabltahedSamIJon establIshedSamson
Samson is a pretty eny youngster with light lighthair JlglltIr lighiJralr
hair Ir big blue eyes and fair complexion complexionand complexionand complexionaird
and so well oressed that the police be betteve he hell
tteve ll that he was purposely abandoned in inCorlears InCorlean It ItCorlears t
Corlears Hook Park on the night of Oc October Oe Oetober Oetober ¬
tober 4 L 1 It Is thought however and andhoped aoohoped au I Ihoped
hoped too by the Childrens Society that thatthe thatUte t tthe
the little fellow strayed rayed away from his hishome billhonte hh I Ihome
home in search of ptty sings and that thathis thtIda L Lhis
his parents will soon call arid claim himThere 1dmThere him himThere
There is no peace JMtI f perfect peAce when whenSamson WASSIunaon whesSamson
Samson is awake Blven when beIt he te tesnoostes IsSIOOIdac h hincoming
incoming In his neat a little cot at t SC St Jo Josephs Jo Joseph Joseplrm ¬
sephs seph be evidently dreams of strenuoafty strenuoaftyand stre strenuosIt UOBlt7 UOBlt7allCl r rand
and Throws his little arias a around hi regUlar regtilar reg regular ¬
ular Saadow style Just now His b hah te J8loDe l telong C Clong
long but if his unusual I strength Keep keeps up u uit
it may ma be necessary IT to shear it after Iter the themanner tbemanar the themanner
manner of Delilah DelilahLittle DfBlabLltti DelilahUtile
Little Samsons Sam cyclonic career as a far faras farpoU fai r
4 as police poU records go began b gn on the very veryeve yft7w r reve
eve w that he was as found curled ap In the thecorner therntr the i ixirner
corner of a beach h in the park his nose aG4Iecold so socold n ncold
cold that it felt like a tiny tin chunk of ice iceThe ftThe ksThe
The patrolman who found him lib brought broughtMm brouttthim I Ihim
I him first to the Delancy street police sta station staLion ¬
Lion where he began to create havoc as assoon asiIOOR a r rsoos
soon as he was thawed out outSamson oatCU outSmson
Samson ran talk tal a a little IItd That is he hecan beR b e eaer
can aer say doegob goo which means HI ac according a ato mecording ¬
cording to the baby bab dictionary ktlonaI tlonary HI I want wantwhat wan t twhat twhat
what I want when I want It It When Mft he hewapt 1Mwta Ii a awnti
wapt a drink of C water be gurgles which whichsounds latch latch8Dft16t1dftg i iiouads
sounds something mathhg like Geogttrgie GeogtngteThat GeogttrgieThat CoogurgleThat
That was the sound suad he made after thaw thawImr thawIn thawlug
lug < out and two policemen on reserve reservemade nwerveJJIILde S Smade
made a rush to wait alt on him When WhenSamson WheiSamson
Samson had dnmkhte drunk bIa flit It be let the dip dipper dipper ¬
per 1 fly and caught Patrol Patrolman Sullivan Sullivanover SullivanPI I Iover
over PI the eye eyeHe eyeHe ye yeHe
He Ja laughed b at this episode then cried criedagain crteaIn I Iagain
again In for toe dipper which was given givenhack Idftftbeck C Check
hack to him ThIs time he let it rip ripcrashing riperubJ1IC I Icrashini
crashing a glass in the window of the theback theback Us S Sbeck
back room on Its exit exitFour exitFour mittFour
Four policemen were intent ail thte thtetime lblstllD6 Uui I Itime
time over a game gum of checkers in I o ocorner OIM OIMeerner on S Scurser
corner of the room Of course no sooner soonerhad lOOftfrbad r rbad
bad Samson espied the game than he hetoddled hetoddled b C Ctoddled
toddled over and began he JI to amuse him himself hltRIf himself ¬
self If by flipping < the checkers with ith hte htehaad JUabud hi I Iband
bud He finally caught hold of the board boardaad boardaM boardand
and the game was preemptorily broegtit broegtitto I Ito
to a finish This tickled Samson almost almostto t tto
to death deathHe ttatbHe deathHe
He then began to put the room into a astate aRaW r I Istate
state of disorder Like the Acrobatic Acrobaticdown MroIMitiedown C Cclown
down he se seemed med to get tangled up In Inevery tAehatr Ii S Severy
every chair or table with itlt which bleh he cams camsin cantOIn caineIn
in contact Steep alone conquered his hisSamsonlike ItlsssonUu hl hlSaasonliko
Samsonlike career and nd by b tho time he hewas h hwu hewas
was taken tak D to the societys rooms the thesand thesand thesand
sand man had sprinkled enough sand to tocause toctLD8e tocause
cause him to sleep like a leg legBut legBut legBut
But when be was taken to the th Childrens CJtIlcJreIIs Chit Chitdrens ¬
drens Court the following morning he hewas hewas hewas
was just as lively as ever Of course courselittle courselittle ourselittle
little Samson had to be arraigned before boferethe beforethe beforethe
the court but he didnt seem to mind it itHe lL lLHe ItHe
He remained quiet in the arms of Mrs MrsJordan MrsJordan Irs IrsJordan
Jordan the Catholic probation officer officeruntil ofik officeruntil r runtil
until he espied a long ruler on Justice JusticeMcAvoys JusticeM JusticeMcAvoys
M McAvoys Axoys desk Leaning over he grabbed grabbedthe grabbedth grabbedthe
the th ruler and pounded the desk so hard hardthat bAr1that hrlthat
that the court spectators stopped their theirwhispering theIrwhlsptmng theIrwhispering
whispering They thought the justice had hadrapped hadrapped badrapped
rapped for order orderAgain orderAgain orderAgaIn
Again he h lapsed into quietness but his hismind hismind hismind
mind was working and when everybody everybodywas corYbodyWAA everybodywas
was busy like Samson of old he waited waitedhte witodhim altod altodhla
him opportunity until he got both feet on onthe onthe ortithe
the desk then tbenbang bang Over went the theinkwell tbeinkwell theInkwell
inkwell and the judge Ju ge the stenographer stenographerand stenographerand
i and the clerks had to t make a quick jump
i to escape being splashed splashedAgain splashedAgain splashedAgain
Again was Samson nearly near tickled to todeath todeath todeath
death But that was the last time he bada bad hsda ltda
a chance to publicly demonstrate his re remarkable re remarkable remarkable ¬
markable strength and strenuosfty For Forten F1IIten Forten
ten days he was kept k pt at tho societys societysrooms S societysrooms detJs detJsrooma
rooms while their agents tried to find fin his hisparents hisparents hIsparents
parents but their search was in vain so solittle soUttle solittle
little Samson was sent to St Josephs Josephsuntil Josephsuntil To ephs ephsuntil
until called for forAt forAt forAt
At this home he Iras several sevOltt1 hundred hundredplaymate hundrtKIplaymatttf hundredplaymates
playmate Of course he doesnt go out outand outand outand
and play with them for Samson Is still stilla
a baby ball and as such Is kept in the recep ¬
tion ward He is certainly the liveliest liveliestbaby lhellestilby liveliestbeby
baby of them all and according to one oneof oneor oneof
of the sisters in charge he hurls every ¬
thing he gets his hands Itsn s on pulls down downeverything downeverytblng downterything
everything in reach r and kicks over the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small articles which come into his path
He is not a bad baby bab mind ye YQJJ i but
bubbling over with life and strength strcngUSaJJnMn strengtlSamson
Samson te such a healthy health baby and andsuch andsuch andsuch
such a dear despite d plte his inclination to togymnastics togymna togymnastics
gymnastics gymna des that he stands tands out distinctly distinctlyamong cUstfncUyamong distinctlyamong
among all 11 the hundred other little waifs waifsgathered waif waifgather waifsgathered
gathered gather up IB IRthe the metropolis during the thepast thepast thepast
past few months The society hopes hOP s that
he will eventually eVf > ntwly be restored to his par parents purfOnts parents ¬
ents if he did stray from home for he
ie I by far too angelic a baby of the Sam Samson Stun Stunson Satoson ¬
son type to be thrown upon the mercy of ofi ofl ofa
i strange world which he seems to tiirik
has Just been made expressly for his pur purpose purO purpose I
pose O to knock and kick about
WASHINGTON IS INTERESTED INTEREsrrEDCapital INTERESTEDCapital
Capital Represented on Insurance InsuranceTrustees InsuranceTrustees insuranceTrusjces
Trustees Trusjces Ticket TicketDr
Dr Maurice F Egan Says Policy PolicyHolders Polley1I0h1erll Policyholders
Holders Should All 11 Take 1nrt nrt f In InElection inElection u uElection
Election of New ew Officer OfficerThe OIIceThe OrncersThe
The coming election e1aetlonfor for thirtyrtx U rqx true trustees trueteas truetees ¬
tees of the New York Mutual Life LtC Iftsiu Iftsiuance IUIUsne men1ance
ance sne Company which will take ptac place on onDecember onDecember onDecember
December 13 IS is exciting tirfusual interest interestThere futarestTbere interestThere
There are three tickets In the Held tleldthe tleldtheadminlstr heldtheadniinIstrtlOm the theadministration
administration adminlstr tloa ticket headed br bYJolm bYJolmAuchmeletJ8 John W WAuchmeless WAuchineiss
Auchmeless of oCNew New York in I which thero therois therois thereis
is no Washington rqpreB r ripresentativa le ntativ the theunited theunited theunited
united committees ticket on which Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph Darlington represents the District Districtof Districtof Districtof
of Columbia ColUlftbla and the selected sl ted ticket ticketheaded tickettreaded cJcet cJcetheaded
headed by Charles 15 l Hughes Hu on which whichticket wblehticket whichticket
ticket are the names of o Herman Bidder Bidderof RWdero Ridderof
of o the StaatsZeitungr of o New York Jolm JolmWanamaker JolmWanamaker JohnWanamaker
Wanamaker Sir Hiram Maxim tax1rn and andJames andJalmea andJames
James T Phelan PhelanDr PhIaADr PhelanDr
Dr Maurice Francis Egan whose name nameappears nameappears nameappears
appears prominently on the list of the thePolicy theP01lcy thePolicy
Policy Holders Association said he hehoped hehoped helioieel
hoped that either the united committees committeesticket commltteeaticket committeesticket
ticket or the fusion ticket would be beelected hoelectednot beelectednot
elected electednot not because there was any an doubt doubtas doubt8S doubtas
as to the personal integrity Int ty of the gentle gentlemen gentlemeu gentleinert ¬
men named on the administration ticket ticketbut Uc1cetbut ticketbut
but because they were Wf e gentlemen who whohad wllohad whohad
had no part In the campaign CAmpJ ft sf f educating educatingthe educatingthe CRting CRtingthe
the policy holder In him duties and rights rightsThey rlghtThey rightsThey <
They were unimpeachable ub bable as a to honor honorand bonorand honorand
and honesty In the opinion of the Policy PolicyHolders PolicyHolde PolicyHolders
Holders Holde Association but they had evi evidently evidently eeldently ¬
dently been tin put up to continue a tradi traditional traditional troditional ¬
tional policy which Implied a a certain de degree degree degree ¬
gree of autocracy on the part of the peN president peNIdent premIdent ¬
ident of o the company This traditional traditionalpolicy tradItionalpolicy traditionalpolicy
policy has proved a danger In moral and andpractice IUtdpractice andpractice
practice as it left the policy bolder very verymuch YfTmuch verymuch
much in n the dark as to the Jnvestnfmt lave tlllmt of ofhte orhll ofhI
hte hI money and to the reasonable profits profitshe proft profthe profitshe
he was entitled to especially under the thetontine thetontine thelontlue
tontine arrangement arrangementDr a arranementeEgais IDeft IDeftDr
Dr Egaa said that be had been induced inducedto Inducedto
to add his name and efforts to the Policy PoMcyHolders PoHeyHolden PolicyHolders
Holders Association simply mpl for the thereason thereuon thereason
reason that many of the policy holders holderswere holdenwer holderswere
were wer gradually coming to the conclusion conclusionthat conclustonthat conclusionthat
that In view of public scandals life in insurance lit litSUI1UlC Innuranee ¬
surance SUI1UlC was a failure and that as there therete thereO therel
te l no ua In fighting for rights which they theydimly they4l11a17 theydimly
dimly understand withdrawal from all in insurance inauraace Insurance ¬
surance companies mJM1D1es was the only expedient expedientthing expedientthing expedientthing
thing The J be spread of the opinion optAion would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be a a national misfortune It would lead leadto leacito leadto
to investment Inv tmeftt in aU sorts of wildcat wildcatschemer wUdcate wildcatrichemor
schemer e and mushroom companies with withhighly withld withhighly
highly ld a1y ethical e placards Another reason reasonwas reasontba reasoneas
was eas that tba t the policy potte holders under a real really really ¬
ly mutual system SJSt had a right t to insist insistthat Instatthat I8tthat
that the directors should be representa representatives repre representaliv nta ntatJYeI ¬
tives liv of the policy poIle holders hoIde and not a amere amen amere
mere honorary staff taK of the president of ofthe 0the ofthe
the company companyThere eempaayThere commnyThere
There are the reasons why wh I have done donemy do1Mmy donemy
my best to assist the tb Policy Holders As Association Assoclatlon ¬
sociation hi its work of arousing 10111 the in interest Interest ¬
terest t refi of some me of my hitherto conservative conservativefriends eonRrVtI conservathifronds
friends to the necessity of electing only onlysuch oalysuch onI onIsuch
such directors whether they have haveclal flume financial flumedm1 ¬
cial or social lal prestige or not 1 as will feel feelthat feelthat feelthat
that their duties dutl He II in protecting mini aadfurthering dfurttafrInc minifurt
furthering furt the Interests of the policy policyholders polleyboIcWramfl1 policyholdersmen
holders boIcWramfl1 men who win n not only think o otheir of oftheir oftheIr
their positions as a sacred trust but act actas acta actam
as if they tR recognised the trust t t as worth worthfighting WOttkaptiDg worthtrr
fighting trr for against arrogant graft Well Wellconducted WeIIeonclucted Wellconducted
conducted life insurance te one of the thestrongest thestron thestrongest
strongest stron safeguards at we have against againstanarchy apIutanarcy ajalnatanarchy
anarchy pauperism prostitution pIOItitut and all altthe allthe allthe
the horrible borrl evils that follow poverty in ina 10a Ina
a land like ours mad therefore I believe bfltnethat believethat believethat
that it is 1 th the duty of every citfaea to do dohte dohie dohis
his best to make msuraa Insurance e companies re respected re respected resported ¬
spected aDd efficient e at by watching them themIjcnvcf UtfaJcaCJII themlacaVCM
Ijcnvcf UnnlneKH UJllnelli to Wife WifeBecause fte fteBt lfehe
Because Bt he reposed the greatest trust trustand trwtaad tnsstand
and confidence la her business Integrity intagritrand lta8rttJ1tM Integrityand
and for always having baV1nlf havlu evinced U the deep deepest dMpeet deepeli ¬
est Interest in the weHare of their estab establishment estabHsbmat combtsbmeut ¬
lishment Joaanes Rochoa whose will wttiwas wtJtwaa willwas
was Bled In the Probate Court yesterday yesterdayappointed JeatentayPIJOiltted yesterdayappointed
appointed bIB wife Marie Wagner WagnerRochon WapftRGChon IagnerRochon
Rochon the sole beneficiary of his pee possessions peeIn peeeesa ¬
sessions In this country Including Inel8dt the theestabttebment thebII8 theeitbllsbmeut
estabttebment bII8 at M2 11 Fourteenth street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest t tDOrt
northwest DOrt The will Is in the French Frenchlanguage FrendaaM Frenchlanguage
language and te couched hi terms of the thegreatest tbeKNtftIt thegreatest
greatest affection < edlon on the part of the tea testator tntator tearains ¬
tator for his wife There Is a a codicil to tothe tothe towill
the will bearing brarln rlnc the same date 4late May sag 19 19MW 1 11tIJ 10isme
MW 1tIJ in which the testator leaves his hisproperty bisPNItfJItY hisproperty
property In Lyons France to his daugh daughters dauglttarte ¬
lens Marie tarte and Blanche by his first wife wife1mi
Laden 1mi Ceojuotof Lyons France te named namedas JIIl JIIlxecutor maimedas
as executor of th the codicil so far as the thedisposition thedisposition
disposition dJ of the property in France Is tecouceraed IsVnhIJl isooiieerned
couceraed couceraedWnnhliiprton ooiieernedasltinitfon
Wnnhliiprton VnhIJl asltinitfon ton College Concord CoiiccHThe ConeerThe ConcordThe
The second of the Washington nu Onttege Onttegeof ColiogaMusic
of Music Ic concert series rtea will take place placeat laceat
at 4 0111 JO oclock clock this th afternoon In the Co Columbia Co ColumiD Celumbla ¬
lumbia Theater when the artist will be beMr ber heMr
Mr r Felix Oandglia Qtind 1a who came to Amer ¬
lea from the Pam Conservatoire to fill A
Mr Lawrence place on the faculty of ofthe ofUte ofUse
the college Mr QarzlgHa I comes with witha
a reputation as a pianist of rare abititv abititvMr
Mr Garatglte Gar gJIa speaks fluently several lan languages 1Ilngua inflguages ¬
guages gua ea and possesses po llee a charming dlarml per personality peEMDallty personallty ¬
sonality His repertory Is saiu tlt to be bevery beVer bevery
very extensive comprising all the great greatpiano greatpiano
piano concerto as well as the other Im Important Important hoportaut ¬
portant works in piano literature Mr ilrVrlgbtM MrWrlghtaoe
Wrightsoit p predicts icts that Mr Garsigltes Garsigltesplaying GarslgllaspMyIng Garalgilasplaying
playing will m create a sensation in must musical mU8 mU8cal ¬
cal 1 circles
The TheThemodist TheThemodist
> Themodist ThemodistIs
Is Here HereA
A A long lon 1ongsought sought improvement impro m nt in inpianoplayer inpianoplayer inpianoplayer
pianoplayer construction is at last lastaccomplished lastaccnmplishcd lastacctmplished
accomplished and is incorporated in inthe inthe inthe
the new model of ofThis ofThe ofThe
The Pianola Pianolarhis
This new device device accents the thetheme thetheme thetlieimie
theme or melody brings out the theproper theproper tileproper
proper notes in contrast to the ac accompaniment accompaniment accompaniment ¬
companiment and greatly enhances enhancesthe enhancesthe enhancesthe
the artistic effects of the Pianola PianolaThe PianolaThe PianolaThe
The first sample received rece ed in inWashington inVashington inWaSlliflgtOIi
Washington is now on exhibition at atthe atthe attile
the exclusive agency of ofSanders ofSanders
Sanders Stayman Co
I
1327 F ST STFree STFree STJree
Free concerts even evel hour hourMAY hourMAY hourHAY
MAY SPELL THE OLD WAY WAYTin WAYTh WAYThe
Tin Th A Applicant for IfixuinliintioitN l to toService toSerdce toService
Service Get Good Xen XenIntending XewJII XewJIIIntending NeunIntending
Intending Applicants for civil service MrvfceexamtnatfoR sen1cexamlUOn serviceexaminatIon
examinatIon in the various branches braDc of the thegovernment tbe80vernmeat thegovernment
government service who have been wor worried worrled warrInd ¬
rInd l but wt they be compelled to spell ac according a aeon acording ¬
cording eon to the simplified sImplIfl method re recently reeflftU recently ¬
cently eflftU adopted by order of President PreaidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt t tROOIiienlt
Roosevelt need have no apprehension on onthte onlhls rnthis
this head headCoinmtaaioner hNdCOtIUDlMIonfr headCommissioner
Commissioner Cooley Coolf y when spoken to toyeaterday toyeetenla7 Inyesterday
yesterday said Of course the Civil CivilService ctvUSenice CivilService
Service Conmimon In common with all allthe allthe allthe
the other department and bureaus baa baaobeyed hasobeyed ha haobeyed
obeyed the order of the Chief Executive Executiveand EtecuttwJMt Execudvemild
and JMt all our examination blanks and sill official ometa silldat ¬
eta coiamunicaUomi fOl lhUDbUotw win be spelled In Incordance ac accordance aircordance ¬
cordance with the simplified mpU method methodBut methodBut methodBut
But in the case of applicants who are areexamined ar ariaecI areegaminod
examined iaecI the commission will permit permitthem permittbem permitthem
them to nee either the new or the old oldmethod oldJlMtbod oldmethod
method of spelling lIinc bdUeving i that it itwould itwOtlld Itwould
would be manifestly unfair to them to todo todo tootherwise
do otherwise otherwiseLOST otherwiseLOST otherwiseLOST
LOST LEG TO SAVE CAT CATIh CATlteaeueel
Ih Hcued Anluinl nhunl from Tree But ut Pelt
nittl Wa Wnx n Badly DR Bzd1 H Hurt HurtFraa HurJIJaa HurlFirm
Firm ta the lIen Y Yn c W wThe WorM WorMThe kl klThe
The piteous mewing of a eat caught caughthigh eauchtIa caughthIgh
high Ia b in a tree was UM Unet came of ofJowph orJeM ofJoseph
Joseph JeM Ooklcr leaving FIuplng F1a tilat Hospital Hospitalwith IIMpttalwt Hospitalwith
with only one lee tegOakley leeOa 1e 1eOakley
Oakley Oa y is an employe of the Long LoG Island IslandRailroad IndR IslandRaUrisd
Railroad R He was on his way home on onAugust onAuswt onAugost
August IS 1 last when be beard the yowl yowlIn 7Owlr yowllag
In lag r of a eat From it Its cHe cries Oakley knew knewthat knewtbat knewthat
that It was eUber badly cUy frightened t teDed or in inpain inHe Inpain
pain He looked about and saw the cat in inthe Inthe Inthe
the topmost io branches of one of the high highest IUghat higheat ¬
est tree t in Mashing MashingThe 1PI 1PITIle FlashingTb
The Tb little animafs cries became more moreand QIOrelutlltmt moreand
and wore insistent and a Oakley O OdI climbed climbedChe dhudsedthe
the tree to rescue It It Bacaaf eswe of the cat catrM1l1e cars carsrefuge s srefaee
refuge on the topmost branch the climb climbwac climbwas Umb Umbwas
was dangerous but Oakley made it in insafety Intet Insafety
safety tet caught t the cat and started down downThe downTIN downrho
The descent was harder than the ascent ascentHe ascentife nt ntit
He was compelled to carry the cat in one onearm ontana onearm
arm and hold on with the t ot Ober OberI olher olherIn ier ierIn
In J n some manner mann r he felt fell and shattered shattereda
I a bone of his left leg Ie It was a compound compoundfracture compoundfrsetuie
I fracture the ambulance ula surgeon said MId and andUok aadI andtook
I took him to the hospital The j pt t scam scampered csmpcied ¬
Ii pered down the street t when Oakley fell fellWhen IfllVbfa fe4lThi
When Thi the surgeons Rlr fOfts and nurses na heard of ofOakleys oCOtlQ ofOakleys
Oakleys OtlQ humane act they became greatly
interested and everything possible was wasdone W WdoDe wasdone
done to save the leg for him Despite Despitetheir DftIpItftheir Despitetheir
their efforts blood poisoning J set In In and andDr udDr andDr
Dr George I McKelway amputated the theleg theleg theleg
leg legOf
Of course r rOakley Im orry I I m eg
Oakley said I Ifor but rYe never > eftS eftSt been jry
for t < Ilk effort to help > a dm dosab aa1 nlssa in introuble iiitlOUtlle liiunable
trouble tlOUtllecti
FetIsh cti h Worship WornhlpA WorshipPris VorllblpPwWit
Pris lbs ihflsddiakls PaNic 1MIn 1MIni LelrvA
A i PlUsburg PIUl urg minister who be te fond of a agood aSOOd agood
good cigar m III conversation with one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ladiee of his congregation eon gatIon who was In Inthe IntM inthe
the habit lilt of adorning herself with ith a aquantity aquaattty aquantity
quantity of jewelry > w WMIJ iry reproved her for formaking fermaklnr feemaking
making a god of her jewels She took his hisadvice bi8adriee hisadvice
advice in goad part ad several severe days daysafterward daysafterward
afterward called upon him When TJMa the thedoor tbedoor thedoor
door was opened she be feud the hall filled filledwith ftll filledwith l lwith
with tobacco smoke and Rev Mr Blank Blankwalking Btankwalking Blankwalking
walking up and down down composing his ser sermon ermon sermon ¬
mon monOh
Oh oh Mr Biauk ejaculated eulatect the thelady thelady thelady
lady I see that others have their gods godsas gCHlaas god godas
as well as I IYes 1Yes
Yes 1 e6 madam he replied bat Im
burning mine
FROM WOMANS VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTIt
It te MM with a deal of truth that the tov knt of poetry is dying out that thatwh tbatw thatwhle
wh w whle e the poets oeia Kill figure In libraries of au y pretensioRe th they r aN re foe forort forortlatleer orMuntnt orMuntntmth erneaentrather
mth rather r than use Well YfeU it te only aatttral that t at th the literal taste of the age sho should 3IMMIhIc shouldchange W WclMinBr
change c tnee slime Shakespeare Shk is cw only ly met at rar ra Intervals hltfrv 1a on the stage and then thenwith thenwith
with such vptod 1IIttedafe trimmings a am hardly to be raeoanfaed by those familiar with
hf h his works It IB I only natural that a taw fed on modern novels Should shun
the classics claaks f fOr r there ter s not time for everything everythingA
C 5 S SA
A woman toW me last winter that she hail given en up masaatae ma reading en en entiry
Urrty because she b wanted t 1C read real books The eo course rrs fe laudable JaudK ptrttcularly rtfelluly
If she has been crmftnteg CJftttg her reading tc short fiction There are good magazines magazinesmark JUgZIeIaDMUk magazInesmark
mark you with a heap of val valUtlhle We iflfornwUon botx Jtet between < o n their covers but It is issignificant IsslgnIl1cait
significant that they are not the popular ones 8 with a stupendous tupeado f10u i circulation and
I maintain ml ntaJn that a steady diet of short rt stories is not wholesome wh lesome There T Is an auras ¬
lag In ignorance I on historical mini 1 geographical subjects and articles of intrinsic Ift value valuewe nlueue valuesre
we dubbed stupid by the masses nutatesI ma maI massesS
S S SI
I think those of as is s who tto have been brought up on poetry must pity the host hostthat hostthat
that k koows ow nothing 1IOtJa1n < about ut It It Think of the fascination Jingles have for children childrennnd childrentnd childrenand
and then try to convince me that we are born with 1th prosaic pro aic souls Poetry and
fairy rai tales stimulate the childish imagination in a wholesome whol manner and leave leaveno leaveno leaveno
no room for a desire for bloodcur bloodcurdling < Ittng stories of O the dime novel patUrn A Agreat Agrat Agreat
great deal of youthful crime Is attributed to this vitiated taste for low literature literatureand Hteratureand literatureand
and by persons per who have nave investigated tfty tlpt the matter yet there are dissenting diB6entiagagainst voice voiceagainst velceaagainst
against the harmless taste for stories ties of imaginary persons and things or the themusic themuste thetousle
music of rhyme and meter meterI m ter terI
S S S SI
I am glad lat1 that I had a wide acquaintance with ith all the fairy stories of my
day glad that I was brought up with a shelf of wellthumbed books of poetry poetryall poeLryaU poetryall
all my m own I have needed imagination in my work and I am confident conftdf t that I never nwercould nIWerconJd nevercould
could have found much in tile course colrM of reading permitted J in the modern home homeThere boJQe homeThere
There are writer who could write good things t 1 now and would be glad d to do doit doft doIt
it If there was a sale for it it but when whE > trash brings fancy ney prices everybody who wbowrites whowrltt whowrites
writes > s for a living turns out trash of course 11 or at least tries to do doThis so soThis soS
S S S SThis
This Is an age e of commercialism I grant rant but why hY exclude all sweetness from fromlife t1omJlte fromlife
life We do do 4 not allow ourselves time fer real rP J enjoyment and some of us scarcely scarcelyknow aeareeJyknov scarcelyknow
know bow ho to go to work to secure lJ ure enjoyment if the occasion presented Itself ll I Ir IMe Ieace
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