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FRIDAY DECEMBER DECEMBJlR1 1 1308 1308The 1The 11 11The
The Nation atton and the Railroads RailroadsThere RailroadsThoe RailroadsThere
There Thoe appears to be no disposition at ateither ateither zteither
either end of Pennsylvania Pn yvan avenue to toact toad toaitt
act with undue tmndu Dd haste in the matter malt < of ofcar ottoar oCcar
car shortage Ortage in the Northwest NorUl t of which whichthe wbkbthe whichthe
the mo most t harrowing complaints have been beenmade beeltmade beenmade
made through the th press and through offi official ofllclal otficlal ¬
clal channels It te a situation loudly loudlycalling I udtycaJUns loudlycaBIn5
calling for remedy we hear It wild and andwith andWith andwith
with perfect truth but what remedy remedyThat r rmud rmudThat l lThat
That 1 1 the Us unsettled URtMttJeclq1lHtIoR wsssttI d question and until untilfurther untilfurther untilfurther
further light is thrown upon the causes es of ofthe o othe ofthe
the shortage tag we apprehend apDre end that affirm affirmative afftrmaU6 nl4ititeative ¬
ative governmental action aetl will be found f uadImK1etle foundhnprtetlcnb4e foundimpracticable
impracticable impracticableThe ImK1etle Ie IeThe
The one fact which stands out clearly clearlyaccording cleartJaceor clearlyaceordn
according aceor t to t the Interstate Int hI Commerce CommerceCommission OOllune CommerceCommimlon e eCommtll
Commission loD to that the railroads are un unable unable tinable ¬
able to move the entire volume vola of traftte traftteoffered tra traon tralcoffiL
offered on This situation tuatlen to cedINd ce ttn > d to t no noparticular 110pah nopatIcuIr
particular pah cular aectkm RetJonof ice ou of tbe country for forthe ferthe forthe
the oampiaiftts njplaliits of shippers are Heart far farand frand farand
and wide The coKtmisston in its Itsnual an annual a anual ¬
nual report nport tINs summarise the exist existing exttltJrlJ exlntln ¬
ing JrlJ ln conditions conditionscteMtt e conditionsTh
1 Th ndIti J Jwith niokr a awith
with the 1d hI i price oIIitaiIIaWe o Ia1mk fw all alleta 5 5eliw
eta eliw of mdltI5a maiatiiHtiff hw e so JDtioa urtanarttd prahw prahwtion posatine
tine ac to rtttd lsl4 a TOKHM T of tntacpartattaa traMportaUeahids Imjiuea ImjiueauhJch bealnesaahIch
uhJch hids far exceed ia the aajsresate tile tilecspdtr cttnyiae cttnyiaecapacity camrInscat1
capacity of the MOntd 18 I Imore Ia a iesd tM tMBK ilendsp ilendspeHt
BK eHt t prin te ndeMe7 bee of o late JateJMfe bee ac acoe
more oe M NIIit p M thaa u th tIN inafwrn of n r Oway r mrtiannt mrtianntinavsMewt I sitIn nit nitIII
III me mHS it is bepIy a It fill m can rs ia otINn otINninll othaainmdeat
inavsMewt inll llllu t traeks and MMtiw poww te fUH other etbcnwholly IenhoUr otherwholly
wholly hoUr iwMkfiMte tmt MIIttt U st TWOS aad a ienamai leniN faciatie leniNtiea
tieL tie
tieIf
If tbe sol 30Ie canoe of the present pre ent troubles troublesof troublesof troublesof
of the shippers is inauffifctent railway railwayequipment raUwayequtpment railwayequlpaent
equipment it is 1 obvious that no immediate immediateremedy Immediateremedy immediateremedy
remedy can it be found for such equipment equipmentcannot tclIlAtIItcannot oquisaentcannot
cannot be provided in a day Immense Immensesums Immensesums e esums
sums are now being betn expended in rail railway railway railway ¬
way construction coutruetton in providing < more com commodious COMmodious cornmodlous ¬
modious terminal tenatuala and in additions to torollingstock toroIUnsstock torollingstock
rollingstock Mere selfInterest eIfhat > would wouldl wouldlead wouldlead
lead l ad the railroads rail to Increase their equip equipment equipment enuipinent ¬
ment if not considerations of public con convenience convenience convenlence ¬
venience Plenty of evidence exists exJ xiit hi that thataelfiatereat tbatselflnterNt thatzelfinterest
aelfiatereat has ha so operated o ted and many manyof JUnyot manyof
of the railroads have been making IIIk nsakln stren strenuous HreDUOU8 etrenurnis ¬
uous efforts to keep pace imc with th UN indus industrial 1 1trtaJ liadusthai ¬
trial boom boomBut boomBut boomBut
But there is another aide to the car carshortage earshortage r rzhortags
shortage problem which aeems to reflect reflectupon relectupon reectupon
upon railway raU management It to assert asserted asserted aseerted ¬
ed and apparently admitted by railway railwaymen railwaymen railwaymen
men men that freight oars O are re moved leas leasrapidly leArapidly leesrapidly
rapidly than formerly that thousands of ofthem otthem ofthem
them are confiscated by lines I owning In Insufficient Iftsuftlclent ineuflicient ¬
sufficient equipment and that other thou thousands thouMnM thousands ¬
sands are tied UD by consignees co consgnees lilgnees who use useth UNthem usethem
them th m jot toP storage purposes pur purposeathat that in a aword aword aword
word the present equipment of rolling rollingstock roIllngtoek rollingstock
stock toek is not made use of to its full ca capacity capacity capacity ¬
pacity Senator tor Hansbroughs Han broUCb s measure measureIs ipeasureIs ur urJI
Is Intended Intend d to deal d with 1U some of these de defects tiert j jfects
rt fects In railway management man eaMQt but railway railwaymanagers J railwaymanagers lwaJ lwaJmanagers
managers have already taken hold of the thematter u umatt8l thematter
matter and are endeavoring to arrive at atsome atIiOIDe atsome
some method of keeping cars employed employedand employedand employedand
and available at points where needed neededIt neededIt neededIt
It is important to railway managers to toapply toapply toapply
apply the requisite remedy remed for admitted admitteddeficiencies admlttedd admitteddeheleneles
deficiencies d ele ele in the he management of their theirproperties tIteirproperu theirproperties
properties for hi the present temper of ofth orthe ofthe
th the public p Hc there is I bound to be strong strongdemand strongdemand t1OD t1ODdemaaci
demand for fMrtper t1lr r national nationa Uoaal regulation regulationof regulationoi
of the highways hlghv of o commerce unless un the tbejust thejust thejust
just and reasonable demands s of shippers shippersfor shipperstor hIpper hIpperfor
for accommodation owftodatlon can be mat Legis Legislation Lepatlon Leglelatlos ¬
lation cannot t supply equipment but it itcan IteaR Itcair
can supply Ply remedies for some of the theother theother theother
other evils si11 now complained o of oj To avoid avoidgovernment avoidgoWJIIUe avoidgotsrnmeett
government management t the railroads railroadsshould raUro8dsfi railroadsiAoud
should fi lOUkl look lqok to it that their own methods methodsof
of operation operat are beyond criticism criticismProsperity erltJeIMIP critielemProepolttrvt
Prosperity P Proepolttrvt rl Even Ev the Presidential Pre lcJewUal mes message BMBlCe moe4age ¬
sage lCe crop amaah smashes s all records recordsThe r recordsTue COntaThe
The Chinaman in InThe n Manchuria l1nncburJnThe ManchuriaThe
The It elusive peive Chinaman and the subtle subtlepart 8UbUepart subtlepart
part he played in the war in Manchuria Manchuriaar MaackurIIU
ar < are most interestingly lQt eungh disclosed in Ii a a re repor re repor report
por port made to the War ar Department of ofpersonal ofper1 ofperionl
personal observations of the milttaiy milttaiyoperations mmtJUJo mIlItzyoperations
operations o rats of the Japanese army by Col ColWalter Cola1ter CclWalter
Walter a1ter S Schuyler late lat of our General Generalifftaff Gen Generalftaff ra1 ra1tt
ifftaff tt The reports from that and other otherHources otherIIOUrca ethercources
Hources are U only now beginning to be beavailable beavall beavailable
available avall We from the military information informationdivision InformatJondivision Informationdivision
division of the War Department DepartmentCeL Dep Depertnientcot rtDIent rtDIentCeL
CeL Schuyler finds himself btmsef able to totestify totesUfy totestify
testify to the skill of the Chinese in inevasion InevaslOft Inevasion
evasion and deception It was impos impossible Imposble Imposnible ¬
sible ble he says s to determine whether the theChinese theChlne theChineac
Chinese e inhabitants were with itA the Rue Russians RuMans Ruesinus ¬
Mans or the Japanese although naturally naturallyin
in the presence pre nce of th t > Russians they bad badmuch muInmeh badrauch
much to say against the Japanese One Onething Onetblng Onething
thing was itn apparent to the th most casual casualobserver ealobserver canualobserver
observer and nd that Ul t was the wellgrounded wellgroundedand ngroundedand
and justifiable uattiiabIe fear of being left unpro unprotected unprotected unprotected ¬
tected between the withdrawal wltJ tirawal of one onearray onearmy onearmy
army and nd the arrival of the other They Theyknew Theyknew TheVknew
knew by considerable experience experle ee said saidCol dCot saiiCol
Col Schuylar that at such a time they theywould t theywould e eWGuld
would be unmercifully robbed by their theirown theirown theirown
own people and it was reported on good goodauthority goodauthorl goodauthority
authority authorl in Liaoyang that in antici anticipation antlCpaUoa anticipation ¬
pation of the withdrawal of the Rue Russians RttJllana Rueslans ¬
sians the t e organized org nlZ4d bands of Hunnuzas Hunnuzashad Hunku8sbad Hunhuzeshad
had made elaborate plans for the looting lootingof
of the dty It became known to the theRussian theRusetaa tbeRussIan
Russian comnianderlnchlef that the theChinese theChinese theChines
Chinese commander Ma bad arranged to toattack toattack toattack
attack the Russians with a force of 20660 20660Chinese 20600Chinese 2OOOChinese
Chinese soldiers in the vicinity of Mukden Mukdenand Mukdenand Mukdenand
and the Russians in making plans for foradvance toradvance foradvance
advance had to consider this threat threatwhich threatbleb threatwhich
which bleb it was understood says Col ColSchuyier CotScbuler colSebnyler
Schuyier 4was was first written to the Rus Russian Russlal1 Rueelan ¬
sian viceroy vlcero by the Chinese e Empress EmpressDowager BmpreesDo8ger mprees mpreesDowager
Dowager DowagerThe Do8gerThe DowagerThe
The Chinese were employed extensively extensivelyby
by both sides as s spies but tb tla Japanese Japaneseappeared JaPJte5eappeeroo Japaseappearod
appeared to make mak most of these secrat secratagents soor sooragenta socrtagents
agents for the Russian commanders commanderswere commanderswere commanderswore
were frequently misled by their Own Ownspies bwnplea ownspies
spies plea who were evidently prompted prompt d by bythe bythe bythe
the Japanese to make certain reports reportsOn rOJOrtsOn reportsOn
On one occasion the Russian officer In Incharge Incharge Incharge
charge was fturled arrlett by a series of con ¬
tradictory tra let8ry reports regarding the tit Japanese Japaneseadvance Jtptlneseadvaaee Japaneseadvance
advance the Information coming from fromHis frombit fromhim
His Chinese spies who had evidently been beancarefully beencarefuUy beencarefully
carefully coached for the purpose DU P05e of pro provoking proYOking provoicing ¬
YOking the Russian Ru elan commander eomman r by keep keeping keepIns keepleg ¬
Ins him up to unnecessary alertness and andao andso
ao contributing to the fatigue and din dlscoaragemant dlMCOIIragenunt dinconragemett
coaragemant of his forces More Mor than thanthis thanthla thanthis
this the Russians discovered that their theirscreened theirJlCreenoo theirscreened
screened positions were revealed to the theJapanese theJap theJapanese
Japanese Jap nese by the Chinese spies and nd it itwas Itwas itwas
was of report that the Chinese apparently apparentlyworking aPlMlrentlyworking apparentlyworking
working in the fields indicated IlKltc Wd to the theJapanese theJaplle theJapanese
Japanese 9 the position po of the Russian Russiantroops RuStilantroops RussiantroopS
troops and in this way aided the Japa Japanese Japanese Japanose ¬
nese gunners There was adds Cot CeLSchuyler ColSchuyler CotSehuyler
Schuyler at t least one authentic case in inwhich Sawh hiwhich
which wh which h this waa true true and I have a copy copyof CGpYof copyof
of V 1 picture made from an actaal pho photograph photograph photograph ¬
tograph of o the Chinese e caught in the act actof aetor actof
of signaling JiI Ung with a tinS to the Japanese Japanesebatteries Japan JapanbIltte Japanesebattei4es
batteries batteriesAccording bIltte battei4esAccording N NAeeorcllag
According to the military observer the theChinese theCbln theOhinemo
Chinese Cbln e in Manchuria introduced an ole element ele element olemacnt ¬
ment of great uncertainty and presented presentedtbe preeoRWdtlw presentedthe
the > factor of real annoyance against againstwhich ag8fnstwhich againstwhich
which the Russians found It sometimes sometimesdifficult aometfmedltIkult sometimesdif
difficult dif cult to adequately cope eo cop It was waaaltogether wa waaltogether wasaltogether
altogether a somewhat s s l1lewkt new and assuredly assuredlyinteresting aasurtdlyInlerea aneuredlyinteresting
interesting Inlerea DI sidelight 8icIell t on the situation hi hiManchuria Ialancbuna inManchuria
Manchuria ManchuriaHad lancbunaHad ManchuriaHad
Had Congress C gre suspected su pe ted that t it was to tobe tobe tobe
be swamped with language ItngUllgc like that it itmight Italpt itmight
might have been more wilting to sItu stmpttfy simplify sItuplWy
pttfy It It
Mr lr Bryce Icc ns Ambassador AmbassadorIt
It is a fortunate coincidence that tJIa t the theKnglijOiman UMEftgU theZngImen
KnglijOiman EftgU ZngImen MaJt who wrote the very beet beatbook beetok beetbaok
book en the American commonwealth commonwealthknown eomlllOftwalthknown commonwealthknown
known to all U literature is to be appointed appointedAmbassador appointedAmdor appointedAnbaasador
Ambassador from Great Britain to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat If there is one man It who whoought whoouSb1 whoought
ought to be b en rapport with the Amer American AMerIcan Amerlain ¬
ican peoiUe pooIc their itwtitutfons their theiridiosyncrasies tltetrI theirIdIosyncrasIes
idiosyncrasies I ynerasles and their ideate James JamesBryce JamesBrree JamesBryce
Bryce is ihat man He has studied us uswith HIih pewlit
with ih a friendly mind mhWI He H has judged jud us usfairly usfairlY usfairly
fairly and nd accurately He will 1 there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore be accorded a cordial dlal welcome t tthe u uthe ILthe
the United States StatesIt StatsIt StatesIt
It has ha been the custom in the t past for forGreat torGreat forGreat
Great Britain rltaln to regard the position doD of ofAmbassador ofAmfor ofAmbasanfor
Amfor Ambassador to the United States ttes a aM ap apparently apparently appatently ¬
parently of little importance The Brtt Britten Brttbib Brttlab ¬
ten representatives here while they have haven bareecn ve
11 ecn n men of line character have bavetOt bavetOtjebJeved not notchieved notAch1evod
jebJeved chieved toe highest rank in diplomacy diplomacyor
or 0I any other field of service The United UnitedStates UaltedStates l7eltedStates
States on the other hand baa endeavored endeavoredto
to send to the Court of f St James the thehighest thedpt thehighest
highest types of American eivlmwuioo eivlmwuiooThese etvlUaUonmea elvilluetlonThese
These men have done much to strengthen strengthenthe strStlMathe
the ties between bet1 the nation They TINyve TINyveaddecI have haveadded haveadded
added to tbe prestige pr tlge of the United States Stateson Stateson
on the other side of the Atlantic AtlanticMr AtJaRtIcMr AtlanticMr
Mr Bryce resigns the position of chief chiefsecretary ChIOIsecretary
secretary 8 to tbe lord l ttetttenant aat of Ire Irebind IreIaDcI Ireland
bind In the British Brltt cabinet in order to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the ambassadorship Hto mIs Hi coming comingis
is a noteworthy episode ia our history historyPersistently b bPendslenUy historyPersistently
Persistently have the ladles b been ea ad admonished admo1tl adntonlsbed ¬
monished be4 to shop early 111 and now It to toreally Iareall I Ireally
really reall to be hoped that they will ftnten ft in inthe intile Inthe
the next day or so and give the news newspaper newspaper wa wapaper ¬
paper writers and other atfvkegiirers Tkep a achance achance achance
chance at the counters countersRev coun countersRev tS tSRev
Rev Mr lr Peters Discovers Ills Error ErrorThe ErrorThe ErrorThe
The Rev R Madison C Peters Pet has been beenInvrsUsatin beenInn beenInvestigating
Investigating Inn U ttA the seamy Ram aid we of metro metropolitan metropelltn ¬
politan life and recording rerordln his ftndiinja ftndiinjawhere ftDclllIIPwhere Sutitasiswhere
where those th who MIll way read This Thtaclerical aclerical Thisclerical
clerical muckraker has told from 0 0pclplt his hispulpit nitpulpit
pulpit many 1118 salacious stories > about tbe tbewonderful tbewonderful thewonderful
wonderful doings of the smart set around aroundand aroUDdand aroundand
and about the Tenderloin Te erIot It was 1 be hewho beb bewho
who b 1 only a abort time ego go tfumdered tfumderedagainst tIMnMIendthe tiuraderedagainst
against the society wmen wfmea who made madeit macIeIt madeit
it a practice > to drink to drunkenness drunkennessla
la tile restaurants and ahameksaty abainelemlysmoke ahameksatysmoke wdt17 wdt17amok
smoke cigarettes In the very teeth of the themob tileJDOb them theOne
mob mobOne m
JDObOne
One of his congregation congr had the temer temerity temerIty temerIty ¬
ity to question tloa the accuracy of these thesethings tbeHihlaL thesethings
things he advised Mr Peters to talk talkno talkto
no to more upon hearsay evidence evWe but in investigate Inve inveetigate ¬
vestigate ve dpte for himself e1C Strangely enough enoughthe eDOuthe enoughthe
the advice vl was accepted Mr Peters has hasfor hasfor busfor
for the past few months been eeftt carrying earrytegOt
t Ot tt a quiet personal investigation lave ttsallon Into Intothoae Intotholle intothose
those realms of riot of which he bad badpreviously hadprevtou badprirviousty
previously so recklessly reck talked talkedQuite talkedQuite talkedQuite
Quite naturally be found actual condi conditions condltloD8 condititus ¬
titus very different from imaginary con conditions conditio conditions ¬
ditions ditio He now writes not only with withevident wltbe1cIeat withevident
evident understanding uHerstndI but in moat read readable readaDle readable ¬
able style tyle as well He discovered d ertMI no so society odety society ¬
ciety women making themselves tbem lVM con conspicuous CODsplC1lOUS conspicuout ¬
spicuous bjt b indulgence in strong drink drinkhi c1r1akJnJl drinkhi
hi public JnJl 1e places nor did d he note any ay of ofthem oftbem ofthem
them facing the mob cigarette in mouth mouthHe mouth mouthHe mouthHe
He did note In many places simian stmlanfaeed simianfaced Jntan Jntanfaeec1
faced young you fools spending money they theynever theynever theynever
never earned raecl He found feu many things thingsbad tht thtbP thingsbed
bad enough but he did net find supposed supposedly ¬
17 reflaed reftaeci and intelligent Intelll t femininity in inanything i ianythln Inanything
anything Nke 5k tbe degraded state stateiftVld lets htefervid letsfervid
fervid imagination had previously prnloualytured pin pictured pintursd ¬
tursdThe tured turedThe
turedThe
The world is full of simianface simianfaceyoung sinetanfaceetyoung dantacel70Ulll
young fools mores the pity Much of oftheir ortbetr oftheir
their money goes the way it should not notgo notIfO notgo
go This element to alwayt In evidence evidenceaa eYkletlnare
aa are other varieties of addlepates acIcUe t who whohave wItoaYe whohave
have nothing noth but money But octet Society Societywomen cety cetywomen
women 10 are Hot t at subjects of ministerial ministerialdenunciation mint minIsterialdenunciation terlal terlaldenUftdatiou
denunciation and Mr 11 Peters belated belateddenial belateddenial belateddenial
denial and correction of his former views viewsU viewsLi
U to be commended commendedMr commendedMr commendedMr
Mr Roosevelt In his Panama message messageways Jnealll8eJW memageenyt
ways JW that it Is not JlDusual unusual for men to tegrumble tomle togrumble
grumble mle and especially peeWlly about their food foodwhen foodWMa foodwlea
when massed ia large bodies Trttft TrttftSometimes TrtlJSoIIteUutos Tru TruSoinethuos
Sometimes they send home reveal robins robinsabout bInsabout robinsabout
about it It
The Real Roosevelt RooseveltThere RooseveltTlMre RooseveltThere
There Is more of the spirit of wha WIW W the thepublic tINpu thepublic
public pu lle knows or regards as Roosevelt Rooseveltin Reltthe
in the Presidents defiance of f Congress Congressin
in the matter of his summary discharge dischargeef dl ehargeeC
ef three companies oontp nleg of the Twentyfifth TwentyfifthInfantry TwentyalfthInfantry TwentySitsInfantry
Infantry than anything that has h pro proceeded proceeded procoeded ¬
ceeded from the Whits House Ho for f fe a long longtime longttme longtime
time There is no attempt to explain or orextenuate oretenuate orextenuate
extenuate The President stands upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his rights He exercised an autaarity autaarityvested auUNtrltyvMCed sit1trjtivested
vested in him as he believes by DTtIIt bythConstitution e eConstt the theConstitution
Constitution Constt tuUOR as ConnandGlh CommanderlncbIefwleen CommanderlncbIefwleenbe ConmrnndarinrcbJef clalef when whenbe hen henbe
be ordered dismissal from the service servicewithout aenlc aenlcwU servicewithout
without wU Out honor of nearly near y an entire bat battalion buttallon t ttKJlon ¬
talion of infantry Infa try The fact that the thesoldiers thesoldl thesoldler
soldiers soldl involved were negroes had nets nothing oothmg netslug ¬
lug to do with the case Indeed there thereis thereIs thereIs
is aa intimation in the th massage I e that thathad thAt1Mad thathad
had they been white instead of black blackthey bl8cktbey blackthey
they might have been dealt with more moreseverely moreseverely moreseverely
severely So far as President Roosevelt Rooseveltis
is 1 concerned the Incident is I closed His Hisact H1sact Hisict
act was a part of the days work He Heassumes Heuemmel Heassumes
assumes full responsibility and acquits acquitsthe aequltsthe acultsthe
the Secretary of War of any blame if ifblame Ifbhune ifblame
blame is to rest upon anybody anybodyTbe anybodyThe anybodyThe
The only new feature developed by the thePresidents thePreetdoots thePresidents
Presidents message is that not all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of the three companies were weredischarged weredischarged weredischarged
discharged His order of dismissal ex exempted exempted exempted ¬
empted certain members of the companies companiesfrom comp companiesfrom nles nlesfrom
from punishment punishment Presumably he was wasconvinced wasconvinced wasconvinced
convinced that not all of the enlisted enJ ted men menIn menIn menIn
In the barracks the night of the riotous riotousdisorder riotousdltiorder riotousdisorder
disorder In Brownsville were remotely remotelyconnected remotelyconnected remotelyconnected
connected with the commission of the thecrime thecr1me thecrime
crime or had any knowledge of Itf jt per perpetrators perpetmtors perpetrators ¬
petrators By a parity of reasoning it Is Isplain Isplain Isplain
plain that all of the others discharged dischargedhad dischargedhad dischargedhad
had guilty knowledge aqd therefore thereforewere thereforeftre thereforewere
were parties to a conspiracy to protect protectthe protocte protectUme
the e criminals In this view of the subject subjectthe subjectthe subjectthe
the War Department probably will not be beencouraged beencouragoo beencouraged
encouraged by b the President to permit the thereenlistment thereenllstment thereenilstment
reenlistment ot any of the nearly 200
I
black soldiers who were ere dismissed Their Theirconduct Theirce1Mhct TheIresuduct
conduct in the deliberate judgment judgmen of ofPresident ofPrasld8ftt ofPresident
President Roosevelt Ro Ro evelt was criminal criminalThe criminalThe criminalThe
The War Department by direction of ofthe orthe ofthe
the President can permit to bo taken takenback talOftback takenback
back Into the tIt army such of the soldiers loldlclSInOlved soldiersInvolved soldiersInvolved
Involved as It may see fit lit But aa all of ofthem ottheIR ofthem
them have been declared by the PraWflent PraWflentto
to be criminate it does not seem likely likelythat likelyUaat likelythat
that he will direct that any ot them be bereenlisted berllated hereenlisted
reenlisted Hence it cannot ba soon how howCengraertonal howCeftgrl howCingresekinal
Cengraertonal Ceftgrl ll ftl Interference of any sort sortcan sortcall sortcan
can bring relief to the soldiers affected affectedby atr6ctedby affectedby
by the order It would therere seem soembeat seembdt seembest
beat for the good of the t service that thattJte thattJtesutded the thesubject thesubject
subject be droppedThe droppedThe dropped droppedThe
The President is Conwnanderinehlef Cenu of oftbe ortIM oftbe
tbe army and navy and his h power a asuch as asuch assuch
such uch can be abridged abrkl only by an amend amendment amondment anmondmeat ¬
ment to the Constitution ConstitutionSenator eouUtuUonSeI ConstitutionSenator
Senator SeI Smoot to to speak in his h own ownbehalf ownbehalf wn wnbehalt
behalf in the Senate and H hardhearted hardheartedantlSmoot hardheartedantlSmoot d danUSlPOOt
antlSmoot paper out in Salt Lnko is ismean 18mean Ismealt
mean enough to say that he is just the thekind thflkhwl thekind
kind of client tt t > be his own lawyert lawyertAn In lawye lawyejl wyell wyellflR
flR jl An Indiana woman ninetyone years of ofags ofas ofage
age as bucked Ave bushel of corn the other otitorday ot116rclay otherday
day tad was given vn a kiss for finding a red redear redear rodear
ear Girls will be girls out in Indian IndianAmerican IndlamAmerican IndIandAmerican
American American women do not walk they theywiggle they1iS theywiggle
wiggle 1iS says a Chicago Ch minister At him himEdward hintEdward himEdward
Edward Bok BokSenator BokSeater BoltSenator
Senator Bailey seems to have made J1Ni e a agreat amllttake agreet
great mistake in getting elected to the UtiSe theSenate theSenate
Senate Se from fexu exas instead of Rhode RhodtConGrnMUI Iii laiCongressman IiiCongremoens
Congressman Hard Hardvick wick wants the rail railroads raIlroads ¬
roads 1 to institute the block system The Theproposition Thepropo Theproposition
proposition propo will hardly get by Uncle Joes Joesblock Joesblock Joesblock
block system Vte this th session sessionA Oft OftA
A lady astronomer has just unearthed unearthedthirtysix lDe1lrthedthtrty8Ix unearthedthirtysix
thirtysix stars says 18 the Richmond RichmondTimesDispatch Rlekmen4lTlIft88DlltttAteh RichmondTimesDispatch
TimesDispatch She must have fallen taUen taUena in ina
a well headforemost headforemostWe
We sell great quantities of fireworks fireworksfor fireworkafor fireworksfor
for Christmas celebrations in ths th South Southbut Southbut Southbut
but practically none north of Mason Jllas n and andDtxons a aDlxons andDixons
Dtxons Mae says a drummer in an In Indtana Indiana Indiana
diana paper Th T reason is clear to every everyIndiana everyIndiana 817 817Indiana
Indiana man n Out there the people have haveSenator banSenator haveSenator
Senator Jfeveridge DeTerI4I make speeches to them themduring tM tMdurtD themduring
during < the holiday season seasonThe onTIle mesonThe
The indications are that our trusty lit little little IIItIe ¬
tle friend fJ1end Japan te nxing Axl ng up Ut open opendoor oppdoor opendoor
door in the far East Ea t so that America Americacommerce Amertoacommeree Ameriaacommerce
commerce can walk right in and turn turnaround tantaround turnaround
around around and walk right t out again againJohn againtr galn galntr
tr tr John D Rockefeller must look upon uponChancellor u ucbaaceUor uponChancellor
Chancellor Day in about as favorable a attght alight I II18ht
light as the average man looks upon pay payday XTda7 payday
day dayA
A Coagrenaional committee will next nextvisit JMXtvlldt nextvisit
visit Panama P KvMeaUiy the talk hasnt hasnta Sftt Sftta
a a good start rt yet yetA yetA t tA
A volcano near Honolulu te spouting spoutingmud spotl spotliliad spoutingmud
mud Hre lira brimstone M and a few other othervolcanic Othervokamsic It Itvolcaic
volcanic adjuncts from three cones On Oncone ODe ODecone Onecone
cone would not make 1IIk enough loNe to at attract attraet attract ¬
tract a corporals guard these days daysAnother da7LAaot daysAnother
Another er convincing convlnciD evidence of Japans Japansrapid Japaasrapid Japansrapid
rapid absorption of modern em ideas lei of dvil dvilteatfon elvUItIoft dviiIsatton
teatfon te found in the fact that a a CIa Cincinnati CIadJmad CIadanati ¬
cinnati firm bac ha Just been given the right rightto
10 pat up a monster distillery In the tAecIoIa th king kingdon kingVie
don donVice cIoIaVice
Vice Vie President Fairbanks raarJl ruled the Paa Panama Paal6etww PaaaA ¬
ama pictures out of the Concreseional ConcreseionalRecord C acr8llMlioaaJnL COgreseIOaAIRecord
Record nL TIle Record teconlla te a a poor advertising advertisingmedium advertisingmemum vwts6llg vwts6llgIt
medium mediumIt
It Is already merry 17 Cnrtetwas for tha thatypewriter etypewrttw tJi tJitiPewriteat
typewriter tiPewriteat at the White House HouseThat HoaaeTbat HouseThat
That life Insurance oOctal who has bean beansent beIet beensent
sent t to prison for two years for stealing stealingJ7JW stealingi1i
7 J7JW i1i was a mere upOc piker ksr The msaary msaaryamount JDJaoant masidyamount
amount he stole proves It ItA It ItA ItAs
A As Commander Robert Pearys gold goldmedal goldmedal poldmedal
medal has no Hkeneas Itk of Mr Carnegie Carnegieupon cr crupon Carnegieupon
upon it It some people pes are apt t to believe it itcounterfeit ItcouoterCeit itcounterfeit
counterfeit counterfeitJapan couoterCeitJapu counterfeitJapan
Japan te I enjoying the delights of or a apackteghotMe apacldac apacklnghouee
packteghotMe pacldac scandal Thorn 16 te nothing nothingtoo JIOtJdagtoo nothingtoo
too uptodate for Japan JaMaA JapanA Jape JapeA
A Boston man has dug up a a lot of oN oNleUel1l oldletters M Mletters
letters to prove pro that George Washington Washingtonwas
was WIt a a liar This thing te spreading sprugttrely en entirely entbely ¬
tirely too far farAs CarAM farAs
As a mark of especial honor r to Santa Santadam sataCJaU1 Sant Santclaus
dam the Congressional Con Record Recertl11n will new newsuspend newsuspend ow owapend
suspend until after the holidays holidaysMr boIIc11l7LIIr holidaysMr
Mr Roosevelt has consented to address addresstbe adelr adelrtIM addressthe
tIM National Editorial Association at its itsnext Itallext Itsnext
next meeting There Th will 1I1 be nothing no riAg novel novelin noveIIa noveliii
in tat hi telling teUIa the editors how to run their theirpapers theirpapers theirpapers
papers Everybody does that thatThe thatThe thatThe
The statement tet that Senator Bailey DAU y car carries carries carrice ¬
ries his b pistol pl in his valise ne is a base libel libelinvented If1MIInventecl libelinvented
invented by Ms enemies Texas would wouldnever wouldftev wouldnever
never ftev r stand for suck euc a practice practiceA
A Georgia lumber dealer enraged be because 1e 1eCU8e bemuse ¬
cause a railroad would not furnish him himcars himcarM 1dmcars
cars wrote rote the company COrnp ny a hot roast la larhyme lara inrhyme
rhyme ra Something dreadful dr Adful was S bound beundta geulldt boundto
ta happen to the roads oh on account of this thiscar thiscar thiscar
car shortage shortageThe abortalfTbe shortageThe
The Philadelphia minister who is trying tryingto
to prove that Adam and azitiEve Eve were colored coloredwill coJoredw coloredwill
will In time be advancing a4vaucln the theory that thatBve tJIlBve thatve
Bve ve was tempted with a watermelon watermekKtAgccl watermelenge1 watermelonAged
Aged ge1 n nlll She Traveled TraveledFrom TrnelerlFIOla TraveledFrom
From harpers Weekly WeeklyDr WeeIIl WeeIIlDr WoollyDr
Dr Russell H Conwell the famous famouspastor famouspaator famouspastor
pastor of the Baptist Temple In Phlla Philadelphia Phlladplphl Phlladelphi ¬
delphi in a lecture delivered in New lewHaven NewHaveR NewHaven
Haven not long ago predicted wonder wonderful wondertul wondertnt ¬
tnt progress pr resa in rapidtransit facilities facilitiesin
in the near nKr future future and at the same sametime sametime De DeUme
time deprecated the slowness of pres present present prosent ¬
ent railroad travel To illustrate this thislMInt thisHlnt thispoint
point Dr Conwell told an amusing amusingstory amuslogstor amusingstory
story stor > of a woman who was traveling travelingwith traellngwith travelingwith
with her child The train was delayed delayedby delAYedby delayedby
by many manv tiresome and seemingly un unnecessary unnet unnecessary ¬
necessary net ry stops and when the con conductor cendMCtor conductor ¬
ductor was collecting fares the woman womanrefused womnrefuHd womanrefused
refused to pay for her little girl girlTbat gJrlThat girlThat
That child Is I om olft enough to have her herfare hertare herfare
fare paid p ld said the conductor very verysternly verysternly ery erysternly
sternly sternlyWell sternlyYelJ sternlyWell
Well perhaps she is old enough enoughnow enoughno enoughnow
now no replied the woman but she shewasnt sbewunt shewasnt
wasnt when the train started startedA
A Vinonn Rebuke RebukeFrom Itcbukeln Rebukel1rses
From the New York l eR Press PressThs lrfSTh FreesThe
The Th girl was with two young men menOne menOne menOne
One was a charming fellow and the theothCtr theother I Iother
other was a cad The charming fel fellow fellow tellow
low ordered a bottle of white wine wineWhen wineWhen winoWhen
When the waiter poured it the gad gadturned oadturned cadturned
turned his glass down downI
I dont care for still wines said he heloftily heloftn heloftily
loftily loftilyI loftn loftnr
I suppose smiled the girl that ie iebecause Iebecause isbecause
because youd you l like the whole dis distillery dl dltnler dItillery ¬
tillery tnler S SFacts
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Lawyer examining witness wltn05sDo witnossDoknow Do you youknow ytlUknow
know the man who formerly owned this thisgun this thisgua thisgun
gun gunWitness guaWltneYes
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Lawyer LawyerIs Is he In the courtroom aourtroomWitness courtroomJtn courtroomWitneesNo
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him last lastWitness IllStWltnessSI lastWitnessSI
Witness WltnessSI Six months ago ago agoat at t his hlstuperal hlstuperalCareful funeral funeralCarcfnl ftneralCareful
Careful of Appearances AppearancesFrom AppearanceFrom
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From the Philadelphia P rkiIndd lladelpb Press PressYIs PressYIs PressYIs
YIs YIs maam said Bridget Bridget Ill be be1avin be18vln belavin
1avin 8 I dent like
ye thot snip of a adude adude adude
dude thot does be callin on Miss lIss Mabel MabelThe MabelThe MabelThe
The idea exclaimed exolaimedImer her mistress < He
doesnt call to see YQu so what whatI
I know he dont maam but Im Imafraid Imafraid
some o the neighbors might mIght think thinkhe thinkhe thinkhe
he does
It A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSESOMETHING NONSENSES03IElJUNG NONSENSESOMBllIIXC
SOMETHING WRONG WRONGNow WRONGNow VRO G GNow
Now every one buy buys let Iota of things thingsAnd thingsAnd thingsAnd
And no one to hi hip money men mone clings clingsI
I wit wisYou witYou h
You something buy ef course for ma maSomething maSomeUalnf innSomething
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And AndTiten si siThen sin sinThen
Then ma for you bays something tblng fine fineAnd nneAnd lineAnd
And All the rest fall Into line lineI 11M 11MI 110I
I weon weonYet weonYet veonYet
Yet go awry wry things t lJlp someKew w do doYou doYou doYou
You later find that buncoed yo yoHave yell YIHIHIl yellHavebeen
Have HIl Havebeen HavebeenThere been beenThere b6etLf b6etLThere f
There is a lesJc somewhere 8OtMW re abet abetOf CMItOf aboutOf
Of that there can b he little tfaubt tfaubtI eubt eubtI IlK IlKI
I wet wetPer wotPOI wetPer
Per see eecIeDy deny it if ItYou you am amYou ensYou
You gave gay a lot mere presents pre ents than thanYou thanYotl thanYen
You got sotAnd gotAnti gotAnd
And Promptly I rOlJ1ltth Give < hc It ItWeil ItWell Itwell
Well Jaws Jut able t 4 Jt up If and nd tak taknotice take takeootJee taken
S Siae x xYee
notice ootJeeo n tice
o Yee iae but dont my that again againWhy issinWby In InuW1ay
uW1ay Why mistY notrThe DOt DOtTH mistYThe
The cook might Igllt hear hearThe bearThe hearFlie
The Woman Who Shop ShopShes ShopShe ShopShes
Shes She happy now depend dependHer deP8ndHer dependHer
Her joy to Quite intense intenseShe IateAfthe intonesShe
She ha hi the day to spend spendAiid apMGA spoiidAnd
And A d likewise Ilkw fifty cents centsThnt centsThn centsThat
That Thn t Get Gets Em EmDert BmDere ThinDove
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wit motes In detr eyes ey declared Pawon PawonPotluck P PnrionPotluck Oft OftPotJ
Potluck PotluckAn PotJ PotluckAn
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An beams Biama too tOOo commented ed Deacon DeaconJotawtoc DeMOnJ DeMOnDca DeaconJoluislug
Jotawtoc JotawtocDasa J JoluislugDam
Dam right rJ t But lemma ten ye mat matbrudder mal malbnl4der ma mabrudder
brudder la cae cue ob a cinder den yeaS youllMB you youMe yeaSsee
MB en nawto 1
Open Season SeasonA
A burnt child dreads d the flee fleeWhat ftcWbat Sr SrWbat
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Nothing It would GUM be well v l1 It the thestaged tJtesIn thesinged
staged sIn 4MI Santa were aa sensible sensibleTlint sensibleFlint bIe bIeThat
That Agonized Expression llxprcsslonWhat ExpressionWhat XIJrclIJlonWhat
What means that glare the women womenwear womeawear womanwetr
wear I aaked a ed of pretty Grace G Gone OrsonBe GraceBe
Be not afraid replied the maid maidThais maJdTbts meldThats
Thais just j the Christmas face faceTHE faeeTHE faceTHE
THE INNOCENT 3YSTANIER 3YSTANIERWilE BYSTANDER BYSTANDERJTHK
WilE CHRISTMAS SHOPPER SHOPPERUp snOPPBRU SIIOPIRRUp
Up U from her bed at break of day dayFllttnff dayFllUDg dayFifing
Fifing the household with wit fresh dismay dismayThe d dThe ditmyThe
The harried and worried air she wore woreToW woreToW woreTold
ToW that her shopping was on once more moreAnd moreAINl moreAmid
And she flew with a rush through throughopen the theopen th thopen
open door doorA doorAM doorAs
A AM we knew she had don doM in the days ot otFor OC7OA ofyore
7OA 7OAPol yore yoreFor
For Christmas waa twenty t ty days away awayShe awayShe awaySb
She Sb plunged pi snow in the shopping f era eraAM ray rajrAnd rayAad
And lb aha sought and punted and looked lookedn look lookall lookedaft
all n day dayAnd ciaADd dayAnd
And all th the next nexLoiui on and all the next nextAnd Rext RextAnd nextAnd
And day by day she was more perplexed perplexedfft IeI IeIer perplexedOer
fft Oer er gift gifts for friends and for foes t and andkin aJMIda andkin
kin kinShe da daShe kinShe
She grew W disheveled and pale pub and thin thfaWhen tlltllW1tea thinWhen
When Christmas wag fifteen days away awayVw aware awarelor awar awarlor
lor there is a shopping g street Net in town townA OwaA townA
A good oed broad highway iMMMap S down downThrough d downThrough wa waTbrvuP
Through row rows of vrasmtoererowded vrasmtoererowdedstores prsntoererowdedstores to rowded rowdedWIUa
stores storesWith storesWith
With deeming window and yawning yawningdoors 7wegdoon yawningAad
doors doorsAnd doonAJMI
And swbt she entered ctnIIII and ran about aboutAnd abeNtADd aboutAnd
And looked and pandered P8Gdn and hastened hasteMdout hastenedout
out outAnd out outAJHI outAnd
And Christmas was only oat l tan t days n away awayWith awayWith
1
With weary Angers she clutched her list JlBtkb listWith listWtth
With kb haggard rd eyes e ana ale found all shed shedmiwHrt shedaimed hedSbe
aimed miwHrtShe aimedShe
She sped from Jewels to brfcabrae brfcabraeTo bI1ca bI1calo brieabrasTo
To tdjra t to drescM d and harried back ukered beckSb
Ska Sb asd chart aha suffered ered from hand to toiWVsWfj toheeIa toheels
heels heeIaShe heelsIltie iWVsWfj iWVsWfjShe
She lost h her r steep and she fee mimed her hermeals herSIN hernoak
meals mealsShe noakSb
She Sb frowned and fumed and ana Me di rushed mahedlike Mdlib rushedlike
like mad madTo 1MdTo medTo
To mak make her frtenda and relations glad gladI sWAIId gladAnd
I And Christmas was w only pal five days away awayAt awayAt awayAt
At last she sank with a stifled sdAedAad moan moanAnd moanAmid
And cheeked her list with a a weary verYAIICI groan groanAnd greenAad
And signed Thank heaven n Ive r got gotthem sottMna gotthem
them aH aHFrom nilPtom
From PhI water uer bottle to rubber ball ballFrom bellFront II IIJI
From JI selMa bracelet to shoes of felt feltFrom telt teltFroIu f sit sitFrom
From Jingle booklet to silver sUrerbolt sUrerboltBut v belt beltBut HltBut
But But oh my gracious she dropped the thelist tIMut thehit
list listAnd utAM hitAmid
And clenched her fingers late a net netMy Act ActJIlT SatMy
My band present Ive rv not got gotthat gOtthat gotthat
that thatShe thatShe
thatgrabbMI
She grabbed umbrella 111II and iid coat and bat batFor Ator hatFor
For Christmas was only one day away awayHurrah a aHarrah awayS
S r S 0 0 0Hurrah
Hurrah hurrah for pink p cravat cravatHurran erafttHurnLA csavatHurrsn
Hurran for her who shopped PPtd tel that thatAnd tbfltAnd thatAnd
And when hew her beauteous beaut fact aft you youFramed youFnunecI s sFramed
Framed by b the green of the Christmas Christmastree ChrilltJR8strw Christmastree
tree treeThrre treeThvs I ITIt
Thrre TIt while the laughter lauSbt r goes Urand fro froTake froTake IreTake
Take down the necktie and whisper per low lowThis 101rbls lowFbIi
This rbls te the necktie that saved the day dayWbm da daWJttoa dayWhen
When she rushed anew to the shopping shoppingfray Moppingfrqr shoppingfray
fray frqrTo frayTo v vTo
To choose cbooseber her husband a gift to prove proveThat proveThat mne mneTbat
That ana she could arise and eeuid get t a aWhen aWbeft amore
more moreWheii
When Christmas wa WU only IT a day away awayOXB awayOltB awayONil
OXB GOOD TURKS TUlt OBSERVES AC ACAlfred tCAlfred C CAlLred
Alfred says the U beauteous creature creatureI
1 nave have v a little Christmas remembrance remembrancefor reDWtm rnce rncefor
for you and I hope you will like it It al although 111thiNtfh 1 1though ¬
though I know it is I not half as nice as asIt ftSIt asIt
It might be Here It is It Is a necktie necktiethat necktiethat necktietht
that I have baye made for you all by myself myselfI
I do so hope it will please you youTherk yourbark youThark
Therk you Knnyntrude says Alfred Alfredwith Ar Arwttb Alfredwith
with a a wan smile And knowing that thatyou thatyouwoud thatyou
you youwoud would give me something JOmtU ag that you youhad youbad youhad
had made mAd with your own fair hands I Itoo Itoo Itoo
too have made ma something for you 0 Here Hereit Hereit Hereit
it Is or they are are Just AS you choose to tokx toook tolook
kx look k at it I or them It Is a pair p lr of ofgtev orte ofgiev
gtev te really although I confess e It does doesrc doere doesresemnble
rc resemnble nbfe a pair I of sofa ta pillows Why Whyrmyntrud 1 1Erm7lltru4a
Ermyntruoe rmyntrud what can be the matter matterBut matterBut matterBut
But Ernfyntrude with a haughty hau hty air has hasleft hasJdt haskit
left the room WILBUR XUtmiT XUtmiTShippers SJlSUlTSI11lJper8 NWSIIITShippers
Shippers Mar Iny Bo nt Fault FaultFraa FnuItFrem FaultProm
Prom the New ew York Journal of Oomrc OomrcThere IMrceThere CoennerceThere
There are re many indications that ship shippers shippers shippert ¬
pers are muck at fault for or the car short shortage shortage shortage ¬
age not only in delaying dela > 1ng shipments but butin butIn butin
in being glow about bout loading and about aboutunloading a aboutunloading bout boutunlotldlng
unloading using cars an unnecessary unnecessarylength unDeCa6S1lryleagth unnecessarylength
length of time tlm on side tracks for storage storageIt storageIt
It is quite possible that the fault is not notentirely notentire notentirely
entirely entire with the railroads raJlro s and investiga investigation Investlgatlon investigution ¬
tion should not be onesided onesidedlint onesidedut onesidedlint
lint ut Thnts Different DifferentFrom DitTcrentPn DifferentFrees
From Ui U lUdmMod n TfeaesDlspatoh TfeaesDlspatohSays TltMrlDispatOOSaYs TIusaBliNtobSays
Says The Washington Herald A Roch Rochester Rochoster Rochester ¬
ester man is said to take four steps stop a asecond aseeond asecond
second five feet at a a stride Thats prob probably probbly probably ¬
ably bly the way he takes them when get getrang getfing getThsg
fing rang out of Rochester But suppose he hewas hewas hewas
was going from rom Rochester to Plttsburg Plttsburgwall Pfttsburgwall Plttsburgwell
wall what then thenFirm thenFIrm thenFirm
Firm in the Snddle SnddlePraia SnddleJmm SaddlePrern
Praia the fit SI Leak PMtrDhpatcb PMtrDhpatcbJapans P PO DiIpada tPDMeadIJapans DiIpadaJIp
Japans JIp ns great general has been thrown thrownfrom thrownfrom thrownfrom
from his horse hors ang 1U1 seriously injured injuredThere InjuredThore injuredThere
There Is no horse that cn throw our ourCommanderinchief ourCommanderinchlef ourCommanderInchief
Commanderinchief Commanderinchiefi
S The Peerless Lags LagsFrom LngsFrem LagsFran
From the Perthwd Ortgoabu OrtgoabuWith Or OreanWith lo loWith
With President Roosevelt pinning pinning the thsNobel theNobel theNobel
Nobel medal on the lapel of his Sunday Sundaycoat Sun Sundaycoat n
coat 0081 it behooves bthoev 8 Mr Bryan B 3n to do some something somothing something ¬
thing
An Uneasy Unea Hark HarkFraa lilnrlcFrem MarkFrees
Frees t U s AtteMta Georgian GeergianMoney GianMony GeorgianMoney
Money may be easy e S but the trouble is isthat Isthnt Isthat
that the man who has it isnt isntImperialism ISiItImperiaUsm isntImperialism
Imperialism ImperialismFrem ImperiaUsmFr S SFrom
From UK ColtraWa Cah Wa State StateT StatTe StateTo
T Te Washington Vashlngtonthe the course of empire empiretakes empiretake empiretakes
takes take It way aY i
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Forakcr FornJ r anil nUn the President PrcKiilontSenator PreHlrlcl1tsna PresidentSinatur
Senator sna r Fonakers veiled ltfH1 attack upon uponthe Upont uponthe
the President In It the speech the facile facileOhio tacl1eO facileOh
Ohio O Oh sttHteaman atatfSltin made yesterday ye teJ1lay on the thediseharge tlewltht tiediojsarge
diseharge without wltht t honor of the negro negrotroans negrotnHtJll negrotroops
troops baa called lied attenUab anew to the thereNUiong therehittoRli therehitlone
reNUiong between him hi and the BxecuUvv BxecuUvvMr ZxecuUvMr ZxocuttvtMr
Mr Foraker was the ftrst man of com comrounding romng cornnutnhsg
rounding ng influence in the counsels of his hteparty bJpart hisparty
party to declare d lar uncompromisingly for forMr forJilt forMv
Mr Roosevelt Roo vett for President in i ttM l He Hemads UPda Hefluids
fluids da his declaration soon after Mr MrRottevait MrnOOleveit MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt had succeeded President Pre ldeDt ldeDtIOnle Mr MrKJnley MeRinley
IOnle KJnley when Mark Iark Hanna wan w generally generallysupposed generallysupposed e erally erallyppo
supposed ppo to b be plotting against asa t the UI need nomination nOlltIJIIltlon needtIUn ¬
nation tIUn of Mr r Roosevelt It was the theopening thenenlnr theopening
opening gun in the th campaign which re resulted re reIn snmelted ¬
melted In unanimous nomination by ac acdainatioa action accltfon
dainatioa tion at Chicago in June of 1H In Inrecant InJt8e8nt Inrecent
recant months the relations aUoa between the theBrMldent tbePrMlt thePreiIdrast
BrMldent and the Senator tor may J be de described deHCrI dcmiCribed ¬
scribed ed as one of o armed neutrality They Theynava Theyhave i
nava lean had no open quarrel but it te I well wellunderstood wellultfl8r welluptionitood
understood teod in weAlnformed circles that thatoeh Uaatlieh thatWch
oeh lieh is eagerly pdy watching wa teWn the other and andstorm andaleshag I Iawar
storm aleshag away in memory m mory Incidents Ind that thatmay tbltdrawn thatmay
may be drawn upon at the proper time timefar thu thur i ier
far er r political purposes es Whether tbe tbeOakwn theOhioan I IObloan
Ohioan Obloan is I a candidate for the next Presi Presidential Presidential Presidential ¬
dential nomination te quite beside th thmain the tltftmain themain
main i Iq question now If that were ere the theprincipal tlteprtMlpl theprinoipsi
principal cause they t 7 would have been on oncordial oncortllat oncordial
cordial terms until the President made Jt Jtevident JteYMIent itevident
evident that he h favored Secretary rtary Taft aa aahie ulUll ashis
lUll successor The Th breach developed be before be betel belbsa ¬
fore tel it was known that Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltwaa RooHvcllwu Rooseveltwas
was looking with greatest favor upon his hteSecretary b bSecretarT hisSecretary
Secretary of War for tbe Presidential Presidentialsttccesaion Pre Presidentialseocise4on kJentlal kJentlalncc
sttccesaion ncc 88 Thus the interesting question questionstill queatIoa8111I questionstill
still remains What 7bat caused tile feeling of ofantagonism ofutagonism ofantagonism
antagonism between Senator Foraker and andPresident aaclPr81dnt amidPresident
President Roosevelt RooseveltFnirlmiikM ROOHv RooseveltFairlalaks t tlinlrhnnkJC
FnirlmiikM u a Fn Fast nt t Walker WalkerSeveral WalkerSeveral PnUcer PnUcerSeveral
Several days ago an t4t overfat journalist journalistJoined jeurnaUatjOined Journalistjoined
Joined a Senator of ordinary physique and andavoirdupois advelldupo andavoirdupois
avoirdupois velldupo In the Capitol for a walk walkdown 1Jkdown welkdown
down town They had not proceeded ed tar farbefore tarbefore tarbefore
before beimg bi4n overtaken by Vice President PresidentFairbanks PrNldeatPalr1taakM PresidentFairbanks
Fairbanks The The trio glided stlcl up the lb Ave Avenue A Ayenue V Vnue ¬
nue with the Vice President setting the thepace thepace thepace
pace The Vice Presidential legs are long longand 100and longand
and their stride te unconsciously unco great greatThey sreatTIley greatThey
They had proceeded pr edM about two blocks blockswhen bleekav1MD blockswheat
when the th corpulent Journalist waddling waddlinglike waddlla waddllame waddlinglIke
like me a Strasburg goose and puffing like a aporpoise ap apoese
porpoise allowed that be was w late and andregretfully aadresrcttl andregretfully
regretfully resrcttl ly must take a car The Vice VicePresident V1cePreeklent VicePresident
President expressed e regret declaring that thathe thatlie thatbe
he had hoped to have the pleasure Ice IceThe c cThe cTue
The fat Journalist then had to succumb succumbunder nccuJDbtIMer succumbunder
under the established order of thing to toWashington btI btWasllbt1olt InWashington I
Washington and continue the walk walkMaybe walkfa walkMaybe
fa Maybe Im walking too fast tutI tug SORgeatied tuggted
geatied I Mr Fairbanks FairbanksNot JlalrbanksNot FairbanksIfot
Not at t all said Id he of the corpulency corpaiiicTalmost corpulencyalmost i
almost choking from the doable exertion exertionof exertlodof i iot
of keeping his breath and of uttering ut a afalsehood atl8Hood afalsehood
I
falsehood which the Vies Vie Presidents eye eyepmhtr eyeA e
pmhtr discerned discernedtwo
A o1 dowse pace w was set for a block or orl Ort
two l WD Then Tbe it was quickened Into its origi original ItPrapWtty oitInj ¬
nal rapidity By into time the Senator Senatorbegan SenatOlbegaa Senatorbegan
began to show signs of fatigue and IUItlor needof toss tossof
of breath Luckily Luckll the Raleigh Hotel Hotelwas Hotelwas
I IWail
was reached about that juncture juDct of at affair atfairs atfair ¬
fair fairs and the Senator declared that he heand heand 1 1and
and the fat journalist had an engagement engagementin I
in that hostelry hostel would the Vice Presi President PIwfcleat Presideirt ¬
dent excuse them Ac AcThats c cThats
I
Thats twice Ive r rv tried to keep up upwith upwith upwith
with the Vice President on the walk walkhome walkw wallchorns
home said the Senator after Mr Fairj Fair Fairbanks
banks had gone on his I way and I Ishant IbaDt Ishant
shant try It any an more JDO He has no Id Idhow 1 Ides Ideshow I IbOW
how fast he walks because his legs are areabnormally arerman areabennnauly
abnormally rman Ions and his stride Is COrA correspondingly COrAy serrsspondingly ¬
spondingly y great He wants to be soda sociable 8OdaWe sodabin ¬
bin and democratic dttl OCra tic and all that sort of ofthing oftJaIa ofthing
thing tJaIa but he h will have baY to learn how to toadapt tobl toadspt
adapt his gait to that of ordinary per pereens perbetore peromi
eens before he can hope to be popular populara as asa asa
a walking companion companionSyfc oempanlons7tag companionstying
Syfc s7tag g which IIteb while vbIIethe whlI attteMns ate breath breaththe breatthe
the Senator then ordered something somethinga SOMetIaIaCcer qul qulsspa
a sspa a bracer bracerIlnlc cerIInle er erhale
hale Spoke Out OatSenator Outstor OutSenator
Senator Hale responded l to a summons summonsto summonsto Rat 11 S Sto
to the White House a f lOw w wSaor days ago agoSenator agoSenator
Senator said W the President after afterpassing attarlUlltag sitespassing
passing the time of day da with the ehair ehairmaa eIIaIroC ebalrman
man of the Senate Commtttee on Naval NavalAffairs Nan NanAtlairs NavalAalrs
Affairs Affairsthe w hero lit 1 tM draft et a bill 011 011be on onthe
the navy personnel I nuttier which I very verymuch veryMaC verymuch
much want t to have ve enacted at thte see session M8setor seesins ¬
sins sionSenator sinsSenatOr
Senator Hale took the document documentIt and andscanned andmanned
scanned it carefully for several minutes minutespending mtnutespeadiDg minutespending
pending which silence reigned reignedSounds relDedSou reignedSounds
Sounds like a very good ood MM bill Mr Pros President Pr Prldeat ProsIdent ¬
ident ldeat said the statesman from Maine MaineMost MaineMeet aIDe aIDeMost
Most of the points you seem to have in inmind inmind innihed
mind are ar apparently covered here But ButMr But ButMr ButMr
Mr President PresIdent all legislation 1 8latlon Is initiated initiatedby Initiatedeope initiatedby
by Congress Therefore I shall have to towait towatt towait
wait for a bill oa this subject to be In Introduced hItroduced introduced ¬
troduced in the regular way before I can canbe canbe canbe
be prepared to pass Judgment upon It ItThen It ItThen itThen
Then the chairman of the Committee Committeeon
on Naval Affairs suddenly eucIde changed cha S the thesubject tlteIiUbjcct thesubject
subject and soon be proceeded ptO C II tot with char charac eMracerstIcaJly characerintIeuHy
ac acerstIcaJly critically calm dignity out of lite MJxeeuUft liteExecutive be bexecutIve
Executive omcea omceaTlic ome omeThc olilcesTue
Thc Cost of Llvlitjf LlvlitjfA
A member of the Cabinet who waa waafrankly waafrankly wasfranidy
frankly rejoicing the other et thei day over the thepassage tIaepuuce thepassage
passage by the House of a bill increasing increasingthe Incrln Incrlnthe Increasingthe
the salary of Cabinet officers from fromto leiS 9MMto leiSto
to 12m iz declares that even with 1tb the thepropoHCl theproposed
proposed increase the Presidents official officialadvisers oaldalclvlatu1I ellismiadvisers
advisers will not receive enough from the thegovernment theIjOV thegovernment
government IjOV rnment with which hlclt to meet the abso absolutely absolutely o olut ¬
lutely lut ly necessary coat of living here and andmaintaining andmalntalnlag andmaintaining
maintaining their positions U A thousand thousanddollars thousanddollars thousanddollars
dollars a month said be sounds big bt to totb totn totb0
tb tn average person living 1Iv1a the average life lifeof lifeot lifeof
of the American citizen It sounded 1 big bigto bigto bigto
to me before I came to Washington as a aCabinet aCablnt atabInet
Cabinet officer to live Everybody knows knowsI knowI
I am not extravagant ectra a t in my tastes as asalso asAIM asalso
also everybody knows that my wife te a agood Ilm1IAfer agood
good manager Only Onl a few evenings ago agowe acewe agowe
we went over our books and accounts accountsand accountsand accountsand
and while we knew that our living JtI ex expenses expensee ¬
penses Ma had gone up tremendously in inWashington InWubl InWashington
Washington Wubl ton still we were not prepared preparedto
to believe hell ne that they have averaged H70M H70Ma 11 11a 17010 17010a
a year ever since we have been here I Ido Ido Itb
do tb not entertain as much as other mesa mtuRbars mesabars members ¬
bars of the Cabinet Its because I am amnot amnot amnot
not rich and also because neither my mywife mywife maywife
wife nor I care much for that sort of ofthing oCthing atthing
thing but in spite of this wa 1 have had hadto ha4to hadto
to spend nd every year tI KQM more inns than t n my mysalary JR JRalar nysalary
salary alar at present amounts to toBoth toBoth toBoth
Both Were Noncommittal NoncommittalLrfmgworth NoncommittalSpeaker oncommittnlSpeaker
Speaker Cannon and RepreseAtatte RepreseAtatteTong1OOrlh RopresentaUeLongwerth
Lrfmgworth the Presidents aoninlaw aoninlawwere onlnIILwwere sonInlawwere
were In th the Senate chamber yesterday yesterdayduring yeaterdayduring yesterdayduring
during most of Senator Forakers severe severearraignment seerearraignment severearraignment
arraignment of the President in the mat matter mattr mattsr ¬
ter of the t e discharge dlschar e of the negro negm soldiers soldlarsBack 80kUersEtick soldiersEach
Back listened attentively attonttvel to the speech speechThey speechTRey speechThey
They left the Senate together and nd were weremet weremet weremet
met in the hallway by a mutual friend friendWhat friendWhat friendWhat
What do you think of Forakers Forakersspeech Forakersspeeeh Forakersspeech
speech 1 Inquired the friend of Uncle UncleJoe UncleJoe UncleJoe
Joe JoeHThat
HThat That question hasnt reached the UieHouse theHoe theHouse
House yet and for that reason I must mustnot mustnot assistnot
not express eXpress an opinion upon its merits meritsor meritsOr meritsOr
or upon speeches dealing with it It an answered answered anowesed ¬
swered the foxy Uncle Joe JoeWhat JoeWhat JoeWhat
What do you think of it Nick per persisted persisted persistod ¬
sisted the friendly interloper interloperClearing InterloperCle interloperCleating
Clearing Cle rlng his threat the Presidents son soninlaw sonInlaw soninlaw
inlaw replied The Speaker has ex expressed expre5Hd oxpressed ¬
pressed my views exactly accurately accuratelyOur accuratelyO accuratelyOur
Our O r Struggles Xot Over OverFrem OerP1 OverFrees
Frees fee St Lonfe PoetDkpaMu PoetDkpaMuThe PeetD PeetDThe POetDMpatolThe
The statement st tement of a statesman that We Wegot Wegot Wegot
got along along very well with the English Englishlanguage EngUshlanguage Englishlanguage
language until the reign of the present presentPresident presentPr6sldent presentPresident
President of the United States is not notperfectly nQtperfctl notperfectly
perfectly true A perusal perus l of the large largecorrespondence largeoorrespondence lasIccorrespondence
correspondence of any large business will willreveal wIUreveal willreveal
reveal that our struggles with the lan language 18nguage language ¬
guage and especially the spelling have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been long and fatiguing atiguiD
EMPORIA AND NEW YORK YOBKIntcreMtliiff YORKIntereHUnA YORKInterestIng
InterestIng Contrast Between cteen Two TwoAmerica Twoner1cnn Twotncri
America tncri ner1cnn iu Center of Population PopulationNew PopulntlonNew lopuiatlonNew
New York ork surely i d the e eatiagwt place pkicson plctceon placeon
on this continent oo t1nent writes William Alien AlienWhite AllenWblte AlienWhite
White in the American Magazine for forJanuary forJanuary or orJanuary
January In no other American town do dopeople doJOpIe dopeople
people spend pend so much time fussing around aroundtheir aroundtheir aroundtheir
their food as they spend in New York YorkHere YorkHere YorkHere
Here in Emporia the stores open at 1 1oclock 7ocleek 7 7oclock
oclock and by 8 oclock elock all the merchants merchantsand merchantsalld merchantsand
and professional rofe slonal people are at work vOrt wor For Foralthough Poraltbougla Foralthough
although the banks do not open until 9 9the 9 9the 9the
the bankers are down and andat at work by SdW SdWand S Saad 810and
and Maj Hood who 4cr for tor years ran our ourleading OWIecIbIc ourledlng
leading bank used to come down town at at73ft
73ft and stay t y in his office until 6 oclock in inthe Intile Inth
the th evening eveningThere evenlAgThere evenIngThere
There are no 9 oclock Jobs in BmporlK BmporlKand Emporlaancl lmportsand
and every one rich and poor works nine ninehours nineouJw ninehours
hours and many of us ten hours Most Mostof MOIttof Mostof
of the clerks < gilt an n hour at noon but the theboss thecan thebomaau
boss bomaau aa we call the head of a store or an anofltce Afto anolike
ofltce o lce or a skap prarety rarefy takes over half Kn Knhour anhoer n nhour
hour Most M men go home hoot for their noon noonmeal ROOnmeal noonmeal
meal meal but a few harry over to the lunch lunchcounter lURChOCMI1Iter lunchcounter
counter and spend I nd J5 or 20 S cents or at atmost atI atmost
most I S cents for roust roA beef bee and mashed mashedpotatoes lIMlabedpota mashedpotaes
potatoes pota or stewed chicken and anddumpling 2JIddu anddumplings
dumpling du or fried cattish and coffee and anda
a piece of tie pjeThe tieTb4t pieThe
The meal 1 baa no social significance as asIt asIt asit
It has In New York An Emporia man manwould Jn manwould n nwould
would as soon ft think of inviting his hisfriends hisrrl8Dda hisfriends
friends to take a bath with him as to totake totake totake
take lunch with him for groceries have havenot havenot haveRot
not got so far along in Emporia society societyaa aode y ydry
aa dry goods goodsLittle goodsLittle ooc oocLittle
Little old New York Is provincial and andeven andeven andeven
even though New York te populated PDlatecl11th PDlatecl11thpeople with withpeople withpeople
people from Emporia and neighboring neighboringtowns neighboringtowna neighboringtowns
towns these adopted New Yorkers forget forgetor forgetor
or pretend to forget all about the old 01d1IIe oldborne oldhome
borne 1IIe town And Bmporia Empo mpOr1a a is provincial pr in inthat Inthat iiithat
that that even though we go to New York Yorkonce Yorkonce Yorkonce
once or twice a year we ignore the fact factthat faetthat factthat
that the very presence of 3090600 300e people peopleliving peopleIMng peopleliving
living there argues that they live in some somedegree somed sonicdegree
degree d ef of comfort and satisfaction satisfactionWhat satisfactionWhat satisfactionWhat
What New York cant see is > s bow we wecan pea wecan
a can live in Emporia neporIn with so little going goingon golagon goingon
on at the opera house and what we cant cantsee cantIMe cantsee
see te how a man who can have MO feet feetof feetof feetof
of lawn and a kitchen garden to sprinkle sprinkiewith sprinklewith prink prinkwith
with the hose every evening after work workcan workean workcan
can permit himself to be locked up in a along IlIon along
long row of five and six story cellhousee cellhouseewith cen cenwith cellhouseswith
with nothing to distinguish diatlngu one cell cellhouse cellbouae cellhouse
house from the other but the number on onthe ontbe onthe
the front door New York forgets that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we have the family tamU horse and nd buggy and andcan andcan 00 00can
can go jogging < over town every shimmer shimmerevening sprnmerennlnc sjmmmerevening
evening at twilight looking at our neigh neighbors nelghbo neighbore ¬
bore bo porch boxes box and admiring their theirtrees thetrtr theirtreet
trees tr and flowers and in the spring and andautumn andautumn andautumn
autumn take long rides riel into the country countrywhere countrywhere countrywhere
where the panorama Is as good as Belasco Belascoever Belascoever Belascoever
ever attempted and the th great comedy comedyof comedyof comedyof
of life moves on without waits for the theshifting theablfU1Ic theshifting
shifting scene sceneAnd 1fCeDeADd sceneAnd
And we in Emporia inporla forget that New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York baa the ocean and tbe great play playgrovnda playfor playgrounds
grounds for the grownups to which they theygo theyan theygo
go when they escape from the ceilhousee ceilhouseeand ceilbousesand e eand
and are happy happySUPREME happySUPREME happySUPREME
SUPREME COURT SALARIES SALARIESof SALARIESPlea
A Plea for Larger Pay for Members Membersof femJJer femJJerof
of That Tribunal TribunalrYoia Trlhul1ulFr TribunalYvus
rYoia tk tile New Yeifc l edr H 1IJd 1IJdThe lIesaldThe nld nldThe
The Supreme Court is the bulwark of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country against radical and inflamed inflamedCongresses il inflamedCongresses
Congresses against knavish and preda predatory predatory prodstory ¬
tory corporations against States which whichalarm wbleaJarm whichalarm
alarm the Executive by their indifference indltereneeto
to the federation and Rd against executives executiveswho
who might alarm the States by y extreme extremeviews
views as to the use of Federal F era1 power powerThte GowerT1da powerThis
This great tribunal rises above bove political politicalracial poUtInLtfal politicalracial
racial nLtfal and sectarian consideration It is isthe Isthe Isthe
the most powerful and Important as well wellas w wellas l lu
as the most respected court in tie tl e world worldTbe worldTbe worldThe
Tbe expenses of its members in main malntaJnlDt maintatnin maintaining ¬
taining tatnin their positions leave them little littleof ftUeof littleof
of their salaries Jal1es at the end of the year yearThe 7rThe yearThe
The pay of the Supreme Court and all allthe allm ll llthe
the Federal judges was increased a mere mereptttantoe I IeIeIIttaaIM
ptttantoe 12 A few years ago after a v v ryMId very veryhard ry ryhard
hard fesMative e struggle but if Brad Bradstreets Bradstreets Bradstreets
streets be correct eorreet this compensation compensationshould colDpenstlUonalMMdcl compensationshould
should now be increased by > at least one onehalf on9bait oneIt
half halfIt baitIt
It te high time that Congress s took cog cognizance cogJdizaJtce cogaizanee ¬
nizance of this condition of affairs In InWashington InPuIttft InWashington
Washington PuIttft toR and in large Jarg cities especial especially ¬
17 every consideration requires that the theFederal theJledera1 theFdrnl
Federal judges should be given a comport compensation coapenuloa comporttIon ¬
sation tIon fitting to the Importance of their theirstation theirstatton theirstation
station and the th demands made upon them themby themby
by tbe expenses e < peDses of modern life lifeTHE JUeTRE lifeTIlE
THE RAILROAD SITUATION SITUATIONOur
Our highways HIJlnn Said to Be Between BetweenRoo DeheenROOHeyeIt BetweenRoosevelt
Roo Roosevelt evelt arid the D Deep eep Sea SeaFrav Seahi SeesFma
Frav the X Nor w York Sea SvaThe SeeThe
The outlook for the railroads ralllO te serious seriousSuch seriouleh seriousSuch
Such a a clamor was Ai never before heard as ashas ashas
has arisen n for more cars Consignees Consigneeswont CoaslgBeeswont Consigneeswont
wont unload the cars sent to them and aadthere andltfTe andthere
there te no way to compel them to do so soIndeed OIndeed soIndeed
Indeed some State railroad commissions commissionsquick commissionsquick s squick
quick to emulate Mr Roosevelts ex example examJi cxample ¬
ample forbid the railroads from impos imposing Imposlag ¬
lag < demurrage Jemu Iesnurrage charges for delay The Tberoads Theroada Theroads
roads are between Mr Roosevelt and the tbedeep tbtdeep thedeep
deep sea The gross earnings e are suffo suffocating iuttoC suffoeating ¬
eating C them them the th net earnings are stead steadily steadII steadIly ¬
ily II vanishing VIUll blng and behind all Is the theapecter theor thepeeter
apecter of an Intolerable usurpation which whichmeans wblchmeans whichmesas
means only bankruptcy and disaster disasterCommunities dlasterCommunlU disasterCommunities
Communities are howling for coal farm farmers farmen farmera ¬
ers are distracted ted for means to get their theirgrain theirto theirgrhi
grain to market merchandise of all kinds kindsencumbers kiadsencumben kindsencumbers
encumbers the sidings and a chokes the therailroad erailroad therailroad
railroad yards and only open weather weatherpalliates weatherilatoe e ther therpalnatftl
palliates ilatoe the immediate prospect prospectBut M08pectBut prospectBut
But never mind the railroads They Theyhave THeyhave Theyhave
have earned and am they fully deserve erve the thepunlnhnHMit thftpuniMunnt thepunishment
punishment that is coming to tb them m If Ifthe Ittbt Ifthe
the laws are not enforced ert rc4 we must make makenew makenew makenew
new law laws But what we want to knew is isHow isHow IsITow
How does a paternal and Illustrious lllu U10us ruler rulerpropose rulerINOPOM rulerpropose
propose to provide for the unemployed unemployedmillions unempioyedmWlona unemployedmifltons
millions who will presently appeal to his hisomnipotence hisomnlpoteM8 hisomnipotence
omnipotence for succor succorA suecor7 suecor7Ilre succorA
A LIfe Job for Roosevelt RooseveltPren Ro08e RooseveltIrses eJt eJttM
Pren the Charlatan News aM Ceeckr CeeckrWhy CIMIderWhy CeselerWhy
Why not make Theodore T t1Odore Roosevelt Rooseveltpresident Rooseveltpre Rooseveltpresident
president pre ident of the Canal Zone to bold office officeuntil Oftlo6unUI officeuntil
until the completion of the Panama PanamaCanal PanllMlCRftI Panamacanal
Canal alter he has served ad out his present presentterm presstterm presentterm
term la the Whit hlte House That would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be disposing lAg of him hImn in a vary satisfactory satisfactorymanner 5aUstactormaaaer satlsfacter satlsfactermanner
manner
Time TimeKrosa Th TitusFroni le leII
Krosa Pack PackThe tlbe PeekThe
The Young Hostess HostessPapa Papa I wish youd youdrequest youdrequat youdrequest
request tbe musicians not to play pl the thedance tl1edance thedance
dance music so last lastHr fastIi lastliar
Hr Ii r Father FalherI I did my 1ft dear but the theleader theleader thelender
leader says the union calls for time timeand UntQaDC timeand
and a half hal after an r midnight midnightTheyd mldolgntTheT1 midnightTheyd
Theyd Live to Regret It ItFrwa ItFftIM ItFrom
From UM Xttwaakee Smiled SwtiMlEven sdMIEven SmiledEven
Even if the Japs should take ke the Phil Philippines Phllipplne PhilIppines ¬
ippines they would be sorry for it It The TheBoston IheB TheBoston
Boston B ton antiimperialists would begIn baginsending begInae beginsending
sending ae dlng them their literature literatureCHICAGO literatureOHlCAGO literatureCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHICAGOT
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Beery MBHB crass seas to afar s sI Ift IftI o oI
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la I that aptodate atyChicagof atyChicagofOMB citJ cityChicagoOmie < hIC8iOf hIC8iOfOaee
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la her gondolas glided lego legoThe ago agoTke lagoThe
The prmri Adriatk wcaW rank TirtntyyMte TirtntyyMteShwrid TwntrtbreeShould entttbite entttbiteSMuId
Should that am tr vesh ull b the shores of Chicago ChicagoNew ChicagoIMI ChicagoNew
New IMI Usiwtet na det we bow is the noblest ef ptejs ptejsMr JlaJS JlaJSIr pleysMl
Mr Ir lad Ute dukes dYke name was G Courage GoMagoBMt CourageBert ngo ngoB
B Bert t te witae witeiga a a play pk umsi pan We Mwadaya MwadayaYea a walkJYM muadassYes
Yea moat go te the town of Chicago ChicagoIf C CIf QbtcageIf
If I erdy ed a package ek ef boob from the press pressI
I ip JPICti ndt ch prefer Adams ta Fargo FargoBut FarioDm FargoBet
But t t4J erocr enkr lnm nan Tartanu tiroufh t n h by express expressIt tX expressIt rcss rcssIt
It mast cone by the war of Chicago ChicagoWhO CltiOlJgoWhlllt CottageWhilet
WhO Whlllt nmaace and revel are all very flu flaeAad aeAM fluAnd
And sweet doth the sound of guitar go soStin gosun
sun too leos to the label Jabel1 you you bare en your wins winsAnd wine wineADd wineAnd
And draw your own cork corkIn In Chicago ChteroA Ohka
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I am here to make the prediction that thatPretfldent thatP thatPre1dent
Pretfldent P dent Roosevelt Rooset will be reelected re tectd in In19O5
1886 19O5 and that be will have the th solid rap rapport MU MUporl support ¬
port of both the great eat parti parties said aw Mr MrB lrlB
lB B G Underwood Under a prominent citizen of ofMaiden orI etMaiden
Maiden Mass a at the Ut Shoreham ShorehamTh ShorMmuThe ShorehamThe
I uThe Th The Democrats fjfftOCratM will not only M a w > tt ttfuUlitj th thfutlltu tiifutility
futility of putting op a eandidutf ug iIdlntt iIdlnttblan gdtnCthim inat inathim
him but they wfH wil support him cordially cordiallyespecially cordia cordiallyespecially Ib IbJHleially
especially JHleially the Southern Democrats au aufor ari arifor A Afor
for this substantial reason The Th Southern SoutisernP SouthlrnPMple Southernpeople
P people ople know that the one project pro t of vital vitalimportance VitalImportnItft itrlImportance
importance to the prosperity and develop development dpflol1ment devcioplocaL ¬
ment of their section is the digging dlKlin of ofths orthft ofthe
the Panama CanaL They realize r Jf that thatthsre tb1 thatthere t tt
there t sr to secret and sinister opposition opP JCttlJn < t tthis t tt tthis >
this t 1s great undertaking and that with withRoosevelt withROOllevelt withRoosevelt
Roosevelt out of the White House Ho it will willnot willnot willnet
not be so difficult for toe enemies 1I of tie tiecanal tl tlea tietisn1
canal ea lt1 to carry out their policy of oh ohstreetkm obtnfetlon Ohetsvetlon
streetkm and delay Aa Motag km M he i iChief iChief is isChief
Chief Executive tbe work will b H poahext poahextwith jumbedwith ed edv1th
with vigor and carried so far townwd a asuccessful a8ucee asuccessful
8ucee successful eful consummation that its com completion COIDpletlon ¬ x xpletton
pletion would be in sight sightIt 8IghtIt sightIt
It te worth far more to the States Statessouth SatfHtltlt Statessouth
south of Mason and Dixons Dlxoa Nne It lime te t have havethis bav bavthis
this waterway than even to elect a Daino Dainocratfe Dmoera Doinoeratie
cratfe era e President Roosevelt and the CnaJ CnaJwill ClaalwJU N Nwill
will be a mighty JI1 ty slogan and wi
gaR ye you w ae aethe MG seethe
the hitherto solid South snowUng it m In the thenext thunext th0next
next campaign campaignThe cmlgaThe campaignThe
The State Stat oC
Colorado has been
repre represented Npresentod reps repsseated ¬
seated in Washington W for the past week
by a group of its
bleat and most sue sucoes Weoeseful sueceseful
oes oeseful ful lawyers lawy
men of the highest pro profeeaional profeIonaI
feeaional attainments and likewise of the thebest thebest thebest
best standing aa eitiaens
In the list are areJudges areJudges areJudges
Judges D C Beaman BIni n chief covaseJ couie of ofthe ortqo ofthe
the tqo Colorado Fuel and Iron Company eounyJudse CompanyJudge
Judge Charles Charl D Hayt formerly of the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme bench Clyde C Dawson Da Daweos Joel JoelF JoelF JoelF
F Vails Ben W Hitter Judge Platt Rog Bogera Rogers Rogesn
era and Attorney General N C c Miller MillerAH XDJerAU MillerAll
AH of these with tbe exception of Judge JudgeRogers JudgeRogers JudgeRogers
Rogers are Republicans who have ren rendered rendered rondesed ¬
dered good service s lee to their party rber rberIs Then Thenis Iir Iiris
is not a man in the list who would not notmake notmake notmake
make an excellent United States Sans Senator Sentstor Sanstsr ¬
tor said a former citizen of Colorado Coloradoat
at the Raleigh Not one of them bow bowever bo boever bowever
ever has the remotest chance apparent apparently apparentJy apparently ¬
ly of being chosen as Senator Patter Pattersons PatterOns Fattereons
sons > successor Inilueneeg have been beenat Deenat beerat
at work for three or four years to elect electSimon elflCtSImon electSimon
Simon Guggenheim and there is senate searrely MlUTeJy senately
ly 8 doubt of the programme going goingthrough 8Dlngtbrougll
through unless the unexpected Should Shouldhappen IIIIouldhappen mouldhappen
happen happenBefore happenBeton happenBefore
Before leaving for his hi home e In Pitts Pittsburg Pittsburg Pitteburg
burg the brit and popular young youngCongressman JOU youngCongressmen g gCongre88IIIIUI
Congressman from that city James JamesFrancis JamesFrancis JamesFrancis
Francis Burke did a good act tat obtain obtaining obtaluJng obtainlag ¬
lag a pension of 4 41 a month for a former formerwellknown tormerwellknown fonnerwellknown
wellknown Washington correspondent correspondentCharkw eorreeplllldentCharIws correspondentChance
Chance T Murray Murr Mr Murray was in inother inother inothet
other days one of the leading lights of ofNewspaper ofNewspaper ofNewspaper
Newspaper Row having ha been connect COIUIecte1 COIUIecte1with connoctelwith e < I Iwith
with the Philadelphia Pl Times and the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Herald He was also one of the thefounders thetounders thefounders
founders of the Gridiron Club Of late lateyears at atYNrs tatyears
years he has been hi poor health JH th and the thepanskm th thfor thapension
pension for his services in the Union Unionarmy Ualonarmy Unionarniy
army was a just recognition of his merit meritThe meritThe lit litThe
The dignity tptt of the Supreme Court got a ashock ashock ashock
shock the other day but in sack a a fanny fannywsy lUDnywaT funnyway
way that even the learned Jusdcea en enJoyed enJoyed enjoyerl
Joyed it It said Judge Hayt of Denver at attbe atthe atthe
the Raleigh RaleighIt RaleighNIt RaleigiLIt
NIt It was brought about hi the moat un unconscious unconEClou5 tinconscious ¬
conscious way by my brother at the bar barJudge barJude barJudge
Judge Beaman who was making klBg aa ar argument argumnt arglimoat ¬
gument in favor of his States swa aids ec f the thesuit th thsutt thesuit
suit brought by Kansas against Colorado Coloradoin
in the matter of the diversion of the thewaters thewaten thewaters
waters of the Arkansas Arb River Judge JudgeBeaman JudgeBeaman JudgeBeaman
Beaman who te a mighty hunter and who whohas whJhas whihag
has been known to back his opinion with withcoin Witheolo withcoin
coin toM the court that the vast ma majority miljorltY majority ¬
jority of Kansas people dM not approve approvethe approvetlM approvethe
the suit that it had been htetfgmted ld by byCol b bCol byCOt
Col Marsh Mordock X1IIdock editor of the theWtehitit theVlc theWichlts
Wtehitit Vlc l Eagle who bad kept kepttM the matter matterstirred matterstlrre matterstirred
stirred up for twenty twat years i lit the col columns OJum selums ¬
umns um of his h newspaper He intimated intimatedmoreover tntimtodmoCeover tfld tfldmoeover
moreover moeover that although the xa iunas leg legi legIslature legislature
i Islature bad passed resolutions demanding demandingthe Ing Ingtile
the bringing of the suit sutt they had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been worked up and had been passed in a aperfunctory aperCunetory aperfunctory
perfunctory sort of way wayI
I suppose queried Mr Jr Justice Har HarMn Harla71 HasIn
la71 Mn in a semiJocular way that Col ColMurdock ColMurdock CoLMurdock
Murdock really put the legislature np to topassing topes tojassleeg
passing pes tag those resolutions resolutionsI resolutionsYou r rYou
I You bet he did answered ana Beaman Beamanimpulsively sJlUlnlmpuJshel7 BenenanImpulsively
impulsively not stopping s to think that thatthis tha thatthis t ttkb
this tva was 111 not the usual 1 mode of answering answeringa
a question propounded ed by a justice of the theUnited the1allecl theUnited
United States Supreme Court But realiz realizIItg mobslug realizing
lug the innocence of the slip the justices Justicesearly > s son1
only on1 smiled and the next day I Judge Boa Beaman Boamu a amade ¬
man made a graceful and apologetic apologeticexplanation apoIopUcexplaaaUon apologeticexplanation
explanation explaaaUonow explanationNow explanationNow
Now ow when one stops to consider the thetremendous thetrm thetremendous
tremendous trm ftd0u8 fluctuations < In value that thatNew tha thatNew t tNew
New York hag ha witnessed ot bite lat and th thgreat thgreat tha thagreat
great depredations together t r with the ex excessive exceahe excostive ¬
costive high price of money in that finan financial Aaanclal flnancisi ¬
cial center does not this good okl o town townof townor townof
of Washington Washtn tOll appear a to be a much bet better better better ¬
ter and safer field of investment hI investmantr tr re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked Mr W t B Hibbs the wellknown wellknownbanker wellknownbtmkr wellknownbanker
banker and broker at the tbeWMlthY Shorefeam ShorefeamWealthy ShorehantWealthy
Wealthy men from all parts of the na nation Datloa uslion ¬
lion are 1 flocking to the Capital to make makeit DlakttIt makeIt
it their borne but they count with as assound assound assowul
sound reason bring thtdr money mos here as aswell aswell aswell
well as their families tmlll There is saver a aduplication adupllcaUon aduplication
duplication here he of such bad financial financialperiods financialperlocls financialperiods
periods as New Yerk undergoes interest interestsoars Itereatsoar interestseam
soars soar to 26 per r cent there but remains remainsat rMIII n nat
at 6 here he While securities go tumbling tumblingm tb1ln tb1lnIn
m In the metropolis values remain imchakru imchakruhere 1IRehakflI unehakethots
here I Riots R1 strikes and lockouts are re un unknown Ullknown unknown ¬
known things In Washington and our ourcivic OUTcivic teurcivic
civic conditkme conditlo make this an ideal field fieldfor fieldfor fieldfor
for investment Capitalist Capl lIsta are bound to tosee tosee tosee
see the logic of this tAIs and the day te coming comingwhen COIninghea comingwhen
when hea Washington WAsht ton will be a a financial financialstronghold Ilmiasdalstronghold l lstronghold
stronghold strongholdThe strongholdThe strongholdThe
The New lId had a a b WI WIor deputation deputationof
of leading citizens dzew5 of Pttteburg who whocam whocam h hearn °
cam t tv confer COIIf with Secretary Shaw in inregard InreglUd Inregard
regard to the vex vexed ex < d question of a site sitefor sitofor sitefor
for a Federal building The row over overthis ontthis oveCthis
this has assumed large proportion and andthe andthe andthe
the battle rages with everIncreasing everIncreasingfury everlncNUIngfUf everIncreasingfury
fury The unusually heavy appropriation appropriationOf
Of r 1000 IJQI l00000ilfor 0 for a site alone was made by byCngre byC b bCongress
C Congress Cngre tl In accordance e with custom customand customand customand
and few Mr Shaw picked a a location location but butsa butS
sa S much objection to It arose that be no re rescinded reselnded reminded ¬
minded his act and yet the Pittsburgers Pittsburgersare PlttaDurgflare
are so far from agreeing on any particu particular partieuIe ¬ s sla
lar la place that it does not seem S em probable probablaan ro
an agreement can ever be reached by bythem bythem bythem
them themAmong themAmong themAmong
Among the delegation who are c here Mr on onthe onthe onthe
the mission alluded to are Cal S S G GLonnox GLonnox GLennox
Lonnox Judge John H R Armstrong F R RBaboock RBabcock BEaboock
Babcock president of the Marcher l Merchants Merchantsand lrCIIrUICind ta taand
and Manufacturers Aseooiaiiott Col A AJ AJ AJ
J J Logan vice president pre ldeat of the Chamber Chamberof Chamberof r ror
of Commerce and Senator SenatorT T P Harmon Harmonrepresenting Harwaoartprusentfng Harmonrepresenting
representing the Beard of Trade TradeXo TradeSo TradeNo
Xo Liking for Sncnks SncnksFr SncnksFrem SneaksFrern
Fr Frem Frern m the t e f Jestos cston toB herald HenlaThere H heraldThere aW aWThere
There seams seems to be no widespread dispo disposition Atposltfon lIsiOsition ¬
sition to criticise those members e who whovoted whovoted whovoted
voted In favor of Increasing Congressional Congressionalsalaries CoagressionaIsalnrles a asalaries
salaries The only unfavorable comment commentoccasioned eo uaentocaasloned commentoccasioned
occasioned by the record of the voting la ladirected Isdlrootod iiidirecte
directed more particularly against those thosewho thosewho thomwho
who either dodged or voted one way viva vivavoce VIVItvoce 1v 1vvoce
voce and the other way on the roll calL calLTho callThe calLThe
The people admire frankness fnmk ls either oIt Gi way waybut waybut way1 way1but
but they have no particular fondness fo foOne faanesks fosnenks
anesks
One Worry of tIle Season SeasonFrom SerusonFrom SeasonFrom
From the Chicane KeeoriHtnhL KeeoriHtnhLAlong Ue ReoardBstaldAlong criBwaJrLAlong
Along about this time of the year oer th thaverage the thswQrnge theaverage
average man would be willing to pay p a apretty nopretty a aprolty
pretty large premium to anybody whocould whocould who whocould
could suggest to him a a Christmas present presentfor presentfor I Iror
for his wife that she would have no desire desireto desireto t tto
to exchange for something else immedi immediately lmmedlately mmed1atel ¬
ately atel after the passing of the glad dayy d da

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