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8 THE WASHINGTON V TIMES STXDAY SrXDA Y SEPTEMBER 9 1906
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I Amid Id Squalor and iit Filth Dwell DwellPoorer DwellPoorer DwellPoorer
Poorer Class of Workingmen WorkingmenIn
In Cities of United Kingdom
Impressions lnlP ressiot s sof of Dr Frank FrankM Franklt
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M lt Bristol on His Tour TourAbroad TourAbroad TourAbroad
AbroadFOPEFULNESs Abroad AbroadHOPEFULNESS AbroadJjOPEFULNESS
HOPEFULNESS IS DOMINANT DOMINANTJa
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Ja A GUsftw G1u p a4 Sdfebttigh Isifb H11k tr = k t tit the Meat MeatRtrtWiif IdOstRersltflig
RtrtWiif Sfckti W Were WereWitnessed rt rtThe
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Witnessed WJtdTh WitnessedThe
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The Th < thing b that tIIa impressed impresseduses 1m tmpr i me mot
during urln my t1avel through the United
iiingdom I gdm w waa the
apparently hopeless
c r ldltJon
ot the great at
majority ot the >
1 Irking classes uses 1 would look
into their theirlooked tht > lr
feces r M and
see there the ev1dene evidences that
t Ity > looked
upon life as a a tragedy and
VipSSir VipSSirIV its trapflna trapflnaDr clrcumatanC circunnSta II 9 the pia plats > evil evilDr
Dr Frank M I
Bristol pastor stor of > t th the < >
Metropolitan f llOpoUtan Methodist Meth t Episcopal
church hiireh llreh is I Just back from a trip through
1r Ireland land England and Scotland Taik
i In ing tf with a reporter rter of The Times Tim yeater yeatery ye terI terI1a i iIty
1a Ity y Afternoon he gave in n the words word of ofK
th the Ipentng Pfn l1 Jlftracraph Mrrap > i this tbi epitome of
i the ho K
condition
that
had Impressed him
rno most mosti t tI tI
I could not help contrasting tratln = the con
fimm r < > these pour p JYlJplto pl with that of
tao th > laboring II lahor Jdrl classes
g in this thl cuntry Just
UII IM I I America merIQ hopefulness
U the domuant dom
I uant ant note there despondency marks
th tilt whole attitude of the people toward
their environment They rarely laugh Ia Iat
t U I In many of the
great cities elt nota1i notably 7
+ Jlasgow and Edinburgh d ddS druniteungeas drunkennesH
was dS so nearly universal as a to pass with withuut
out comment or the thought of
arntWit arrest arreetWitmMe arrestWitnessed
Witnessed Wit Appalling A Sights Sightsitt SiffctIn SflatTn
In Glasgow on a Saturday Satunta night I
bare h seen se n the High street filled WIth
an Indiscriminate crowd of men women womenul womansal
sal ul children all besotted with drink drinkand
and 11 < 1 all tumbling and stumbling along
in one hideous and nd revolting revoldl1 mob The Thepolicemen TheJoJie Theclicemen
policemen JoJie > men merely looked on and stopped
fighting t htin Perhaps they thought the ther theIt theiaople
iaople r It > opl entitled to this nearest neareat possible possibleapproach poaatbleapj possibleapproach
approach apj roach go oblivion oblivionIt of tvion tvionIt
It was be mention of America A1Dene that thatsrve thatsirel thatst
st srve sirel rrel < l to tl bring a gleam Ieam of light U at into tn tnths
ihcs these sodden and unhappy unbappytaeea faces face To Tomany Tomany Tomany
many of them it seemed the Promised PromI8e41al1
Land 1al1 < 1
LandOh 1Oh
Oh if I could only get there wah
the commonest sort rt of cry
Most of these people had badre telativvas relative fat fatcountry
thus hi country and most all of them the thehI long
hI < to com CO come across the
seas but to th thvan the thea
van t a at < t number It
was a vI wholly bolt Ij trapossi
Me ureaw l ream When they had ia iat11 famili familithv famUiee
thy t11 could IOU not ot leave Ye behind the tl tie ambl bi
tm t m tMeame quite impossible
of reaU realization reaUx ¬
x zation 2 tln tlonWhere
tlnWhere
Where Condition C aditi na Ar Ale IjtttraUe IjtttraUein I telWe
in 1 n western eatern Ireland IrelaDdln In Gal GalwaI way I
fviinl fu n4 conditions quite as intolerable Intolrable411whfre as asan asnywhere
an < 411whfre where in Scotland The peasantry peasantryre
the IT > re hopelessly poor I was w told that thatuft 1hataftr thatafter
uft after r the crops cre are gathered from fro the theuil theanl
uil and the hop season eon In the north northor
or t England comes on the
sturdy sons lIOn lIOnof sonsof
of < f the family cross c the Channel and andwork aJIdwork andwork
work in the hop fields as long Jon as th the
harvest lasts They bring back theirearnings their theirearnings theirearnings
earnings to help their father pay the theTntal theJ
J Tntal ntal of his little patch of soil soilY 11011Y soliYet
Y Yet At t with all thiswith
every ever member memberof
of the family tamll old enough to do so work ¬
ing from earliest morn to latest eve eveand eveand eveand
and with Ith the earnings earnln of th the elder chil children ehlldrtn clditlren ¬
dren in the hop fieldthe neld the farmer can canThe caa1Iot ma1nt
1Iot 1nt get out of debt debtThe debtThe
The land purchase act from which whichf wt eh ehflu
f flu < j much was expected has
proven provendflu8lon a adelusion a adelusion
delusion and a snare n The land was wasto wUto wkato
to be purchased with a portion of the therentals therfontals therentals
rentals and when the landlord wan wanbrought W1UIbrou warnbrought
brought brou ht up against this thl condition he hemereiy hemftfy hemere
mere mereiy y doubled th the rental Then he hewent heent hawent
went ent over to Parts and enjoyed hlm hlmflf hlmt4flt himself
self flf and the last state of the tenant tenantwas te tenantwas aat aatwas
was worse than the first firstMa AntMai firstMate
Ma Mate Mai e a Study of Cathedrals CatbtinliDr
Dr Bristol who ho was accompanied by byrrJ
Mrs rrJ Bristol visited all the cathedral cathedraltowns eathedraltown cathedraltowns
towns of Knglan lan < l He made a special specialstudy apecJa1f1I1dy specialstudy
study of these historic hat and interesting interestingplates Intwestln Intwestlnplacfs interestingplaces < <
plates and of the stately minters minsterswh mtnatel1lwrh minterswh
wh wrh h are their most prominent fea features t tturfs fatures ¬
tures In Ireland he he tarried awhile awhileamong awhileamong awhileamong
among th the beautiful Lakes Lak of Klllarney Klllarneyand Xlllameya Killarneyand
and a nd made an Inspection of Blarney BlarneyCastle BIarneTCasUf BlarneyCastle
Castle and the famous Blarney stone stoneHut stoneBut tone toneHut
Hut he did not kiss the stone stoneIm stoneIru tone toneIru
Iru no acrobat a robat said the doctor doctorWhen doctorWh doctorWhen
When Wh n I try that experiment I shall shallhave shallhave 11 11ha
have ha e less regard for my neck that I had hadwhe hadwhe hadwhet
whe I was given ven my last opportunity opportunityHe opportuntyhe
He found Scotland endowed with a tnew anew anew
new Interest even since alnc he had last lastvisltfia 1atYisltflil lastvlsltea7
visltfia the land o cakes and Bobbie BobbieBurns BobbleBurn BobbieBurns
Burns In Dumfries DumCrI he had the pleastre pleas pleasrre plea plearf
rre rf of meeting Un the granddaughter of ofthe otthf ofthe
the poet who is the daughter of Burns Burnseldest Bumat I
t eldest son He met also her daughter daughterthe daughterthe
the > greatgranddaughter of Scotias Scotia fa famous famQUS famous ¬
mous bard Th The younger woman looks looksmuch looumuch looksmuch
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much like her ancestor ancestorHe ancestorHe ancestorHe
He wandered through the lake coun country country country ¬
try of Scotland along Jon the banks of ofLoch ofLoCh ofIoeh
Loch Lomond He JIew saw Sterling and andlooked aDd1ookcd andlooked
looked down from Om the castle upon the thebattlefield thel thebattlefield
battlefield l t tlefte1d of Bannockburn famed in inScotlands InS InScotlands
Scotlands S otJands annals Altogether he hea had hada
1 a most interesting InteN8t and delightful time timeJAIL timeJAIL time timeJAIL
JAIL FOR MOTORMAN MOTORMANWHO MOTORMANWHO MOTORMANWHO
WHO CAUSED WRECK WRECKYORK WRECKYORK WRECKTORK
YORK Pa Sept fc IsWilton Wilton Billet Billetwho Billetwho Billetrho
who was convicted of causing the die disastrous dlaastrous dieastrous ¬
astrous wreck on the Dallastown trol trolley trolly trolley ¬
ley line last September was sentenced sentencedby Mntencooby sentencedby
by Judge Btttinger to serve one year in inthe inthe inthe
the county Jail and pay t1 1 fine In ad administering admlnlstertng adrninisterlng ¬
ministering tb the sentence Judge Bitten Bittenr BlttenRr Bittenper
Rr > r said that Billets offense was a amntter amatter amatter
matter of forgetfulness and not of will willful willful willfut ¬
ful crime but that it was necessary to topunish topunish topunish
punish him to set an example to other othermotormen othermotormen othermotormen
motormen and conductors The wreck wreckon wreckon
on the Dallastown line occurred Sep September Septemher September ¬
tember t Five persons were killed and andhey anda andest
a hey oral ral score injured injuredBLUEBERRY InjuredBL InjuredBLUEB1LRRY
BLUEBERRY BL UJtBKRRY PIE TIME TIMENow TIXEo TIMENow
Now o has arrixed arrh ed the gay 7 and festive festiveseason festivee festiveseason
season e < n of the year ear when the blueberry blueberrypie blueberryfle blueberrygale
pie shares with the summer girl 1rl the es esteem etIteem esteem ¬
teem teem and paaln passing affect atrecUon ion of all healthy healthyjxtxt healthyneoylo
neoylo Jil The p pf e tJhoutd have a thin and andfiaYy I
f1at fiaYy crust and he allowed to come to tojUKt tojust I
just the right shade hado of brown The Thecrust Tbucrust Thecrust
crust should be not too thick lest it itbe Ithe itbe
be soggy Some paste around Its rim rimstrips rimItrtPI rimxtHps
strips of muslin to prevent the Juice Juicerunning juicerunnlni juicerunnirtpg
running out in some wm mysterious way wayThe wayflu wayThe
The flu blueberry olu b < > IY pi hiproperly properly made iswornans is iswomans IsIolnlln
womans Iolnlln be bet t gift to man manIn in th the cull cuttnurv cullisary cullmtpv
isary line brt a s SOKKV O on one is some something somethirig something ¬
thing Uw i ir truh rul > awful And the thetiii thebtmp the6A1ne
tiii btmp < holds lh 1 ldR true of the raspberry pie pieai pielL1 piettai
ai tlin strawberry pie which latter latterfow latt latterfh r rfw
fow fh + v cvfti vt 11 otherwise prxjd cooks can fSUc ouecesstutly fSUccesl uc uccesitullj
cesitullj cesl > tull make makeDath Batli J Me le Anvil AnVIlQ
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National Encampments Encampmentsof
I of Grand Army Vets VetsT VetsSoon VetsT
1 T T Soon Thing of Past PastFast PastFast Pas PasFast t
Fast Thinning Ranks Makes It Incumbent I ncum bent on Pro Promoters Promoters Promoters ¬
moters to Form Entertainments OtherThan Other OtherThan OtherTh
Than Th n Parades for Visitors
From Jlrontu th tbe repor report l of of the recent t ttioIial na nattoital astlopat
ttoital encampment acapetMftt of th the Grand Army Armyof Armyot Armyof
of the Republic Jt it would seem that theMrtieth tb tbfortieth the thefet1Mth
fortieth eueamptaeot t since th oe organi organisation agaalaation ¬
sation Ot of the grandest efi patriotic societythat society soctotythat lOCietythat
that has ever extat existed in Irt any country countrywas countryWIUI countrywarn
was the most t impressive ever held and aadas andtwo andas
as two of the veterans expired imme immediately Immediately immediately ¬
diately alter the procession had dis disbanded diebanded disbanded ¬
banded one is 1 forced to realise allR thatthen that thatthere thatthen
then will be few more when ben a parade paradecan paradean paradecan
can an be a feature of the occasion occasionThe occuloftTbe occasionThe
The same me indomitable spirit that inspired in inspired Inapared ¬
spired them to scale wails w assault ult in intrenchmenta Inenchmen1 Intreachments
trenchmenta enchmen1 and brave the hardship hardshipof hardehipsof
of war still UII abides In their th r courageous courageoushearts coura courahearts courageoushearts
hearts but alas physical strength has hasso haaso hasso
so abated under the weight wel < < bt of accumu accumulated aceumulated accumulated ¬
lated years and disabilities contracted contractedwhile contractedwhile contractedwhile
while in th the service rvSce of their country countrythat tOuntrythat countrythat
that they can no longer endure the ex excitement excitement excitement ¬
citement of meeting meetln comrades around aroundthe aroudthe aroundthe
the camp Urea IIre l listening to recitals of ofthrilling ottbriutn ofthrilling
thrilling tbriutn < < experiences the fatigue of oftravel ottraWl oftravel
travel or the march however short the theprocessions thflpr theprocessions
processions pr L The sound of martial martialmusic martialmuale martialmusic
music from the many bands always in inattendance Inattendaftce Inattendance
attendance excites meett them to too much mucheffort mucheffort mucheffort
effort to say ay nothing othln of the exhaustionfrom exhaustion exhaustionfrom exhaueUontroll
from oppressive opprve hat h t of the season seasonseemingly s a 4101 4101Hemlnly on onseemingly
seemingly most convenient eonvenl nt for the t there e re reunions reunlo reunions ¬
unions unlo
New few Entertainment Needed NeededAn NoadedAn I In
An n earnest appeal should be male to tothe tothe tothe
the Grand Army to adopt dott some 1De new newmethod newthod newmethod
method thod for the entertainment of these thesegrand the thesegrand e el1Ind
grand l1Ind old heroes that will Ill not coat the thelife lh lhUfe thelife
life o of one of them In the future Al Almost AImOlt Almost ¬
most every encampment t for the pastfew past pastfew pa pafew
few years has h been saddened aadde Md by the thesudden thesudden thesudden
sudden demise clem of 0 some overwroughtveteran overwrought overwroughtveteran oerwrouhtveteran
veteran who succumbed to the fatigues fatiguesand taUuesand fatiguesand
and patriotic fervor of the hour hourDo hourDo hourDo
Do not discontinue national encamp encampments encampments encampments ¬
ments but have shorter programs out outdoor outdoor outdoor ¬ i
door festivities and bounteous feast feastspread feasspread feastsspread
spread under the trees tree of beautiful beautifulI beautifulparka beautifulparks
parks and let the parade be a march marcharound marcha1OuRd marcharound
around the tables until every man ban banfound baMtound hasfound
found a place to sit down and eat eatI eatdrink eatdrink
drink and be merry Let th them m prolong pro prolong proJon ¬
long Jon the hours around the board by I
telling telUn < < over 0 and over again aln their of oft t tsongs
told stories storl and singing apln a n the thf80Dp thesongs
songs they used to sing sin as s they were weremarching weremarchln weremarching
marching marchln through Georg GeorgOne Georgia GeorgiaOne G rg1a rg1aOne
One Hew Plan Suggested SuggestedLet
Let the President and the Governor of ofthe j I I
the State In which hlch the encampment la
held lend J lend their presence ce and let th thchairman tba tbachairman t tchairman be
chairman of th the entertainment commit committee osmmittee O mmlt mmlttM
tee act as toaotmaMer tlKer and give givebrightest the thebrightest UMbrltt theof
brightest brltt splrilp 8fri Ii i of o tho tr praad < 5ra lMl d Army ArM Armythe of ofthe otthe
the Republic an an oprvtmiiCy OIH tulty to show showthat 8ho 8hothat shopthat w
that the inborn patriotism of Soldiers Soldiersthe of ofthe ofthe
the Republic can find expression expre ton in inburning Inburnln 1 1burning n
burning burnln words of eloquence eloquen that will willkeep wll wllkeep 111 111k 1
keep k p alive love of country an leave leavean ieavean leavean
an impression far morn lasting than the thepassing th thpassing e
passing 10 of a silent column of battle battlescarre battlecarref battlescarrer
scarre heroes In what hat to many maya may be bea hea
a final march to answer to the Jaat roll rollcall rollcall rollcall
call on earth earthThey earthThey earthThey
They are rapidly nearing the final finalconttlet finalconflict nal nalconftlct
conflict and should be cherished ten tenderly tenderly tenderly ¬
derly aDd not exposed expo ed to t rain or or sun sunshine lIunblne sunshine ¬
shine or be marched for for two milesover miles milesover mUeov
over ov r the paved streets reet of any city for forthe forUse totthe
the gratification of the most liberal sub subscriber subIJCrlMr subscriber ¬ i
scriber to the entertainment entert entertainment lnment fund Make Makeno Makeno Mak Makno
no discriminations nor overtax the thequestionable thequestionable thequestionable
questionable strength of these stout stouthearted stouthearted stoutI stoutIhearted ¬
hearted but physically frail survivors survivorsof
of the civil war warMast warMust warMust
Must Change Programs ProgramsAccording ProgramsAccordln
I IAccording
According to reports five have died diedand diedand diedand
and many have been injured by acci accident aceIdent accident ¬
dent at the encampment of 1900 19e Should Shouldnot Shouldnot i inot
not this sound the of alarm
note and andimpress ands andsImpress I IlMpreu
impress the to society ciety with the necessity necessityfor necesslt necessltI necessityfor
for a radical change in the program of ofcam of ofnational
natio national en enAs encampments cam pmentsnal In the future futureAs futureAs
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As long Ion as one of the Grand Army Armysurvives Armyturvlve Armysurvives
survives it will be deemed an honor to toentertain toentertain toentertain
entertain them and it goes without say sayins sa saIng sayIng
Ing the reverence that will ever awaitthem await awaitthem awaitth
them th m is prompted by undying gratitude gratitudeto
to the Nations defenders defendersNew defendersN defendersNew
New N plans must be adopted that will willfurnleh willfumleh will willfurnish
furnish diversions dlver lon for the annual or bi biennial binlal bieenlal ¬
ennial nlal meetings suited to their declin declining decHnIn deetinlag ¬
lag In < < years and which will not jeopardise jeopard jeopardize JCOPftrdl ¬
ize l the life of a single comrade of the thei theGrand theGrand
Grand Army of the Republic For years yearsthere yearsthere ears earsthere
there has ha been something pathetic in inthe InI Inthe Inthe I
the endeavors of 1 the proud old soldiers soldiersto soldl soldiersto > rs rsto
to keep step tep as they marched in parade paradeto
to the t music of the bands and drum drumcorps drumCOrpfl drumcorps
corps as a they played the familiar aIrs alrawhich airswhich i iwhleh
which once inspired them to deeds of ofdarlnf ofdarinv I
darlnf We have seen them almosttottering almost almostI almosttottering
with pluckily pJuck1 trudge I Imlle
tottering age over overrmiles overmiles
miles mlle of of streets to complete the march marchlaid marchlaid i
laid latdot oat owt by young Oung and vigorous mem members membere ¬
bers be of the committee of arrangements arrangementsNah arrangementsNaturally j jNaturally j
Naturally Nah raJiv they will iIl reluctantly yield to tothe j
the Inevitable in abandoning the parade paradebut parlldebut paradebut I
but It should be insisted upon for thepreservation the j jpreservation
preservation of the little ltttlestrength strength left leftto 1ettto leftto
to men who ho were ere old enough to be in inthe i ithe Ithe
the service from 18 18611566 11S65
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Effectiveness of Electric Light LightElectric LightElectric I IElectric
I Iity
Electric light by reason of its brilliancy qual quality quality ¬
ity convenience and economy is s generally conced conceded I red I
ed to be the most popular form of of artificial illumi illumination ill uni unination ¬
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nation obtainable obtainableIt
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It brings trade to the merchant and makeshome makes makeshome makeshom
home life more comfortable comfortableOur comfortableOur I
Our rates for current are extremely ext emely low lowPotomac Io IoPotomac lowElectric
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Power Co CoContract B
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TOOT TOOT TOOT TOOTBACK TOOTBACK
BACK UP UPOLD UPOLDEngineer OLD P PEngineer BOYI BOYEngineer I
Engineer EngineerYears Retired After 50 50Years 591 591Years
Years Tells of Old Railroad Rail Railroad Railroad ¬
road Days DaysTRBNTOK D DaysTItBNTON ys ysTRJDNTON
TRBNTOK Sept ept LY LYes Ys it Itfitly warn wiuirtfty warnfifty
fitly years age ao last 1a t Friday r when I first firstoiittrd arlitoIJtttred frstotered
oiittrd the service of the rid CjdCmden Camden Camdenand Camdenand I IsAd
and sAd Araboy railroad as is a flrwnan a MM MMWilliam
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William Peabody of Trenton as h he sat saton eati eatiOft sattin
on the porch po h of a sunjmer aUfmer cottage e ttAp at atPoint atPoInt atPoint
Point Pleasant on the Jersey towel bar baring ba1Ing hayIng ¬
ing been bee retired on pension by bY the Penn Penni Pennsylvanla Pennsylvania
i eylvanla railroad after iter completing fifty fiftyyears IIttyyears fiftyyears
years of service fortyeifht of qC whichwas which whichwas wblehW6
was spent as an engineer engineerrailroading engineerI Jneer JneerI
I have seen 8 many strange thin things 1ft 1ftrallroadln inrailroading
railroading rallroadln < < continued Mr T Peabody Peabodywho Peab0d7who Peabodywho
who is now seventy venty yean an old There Therewere n nwere
were no semaphore mapbore signal when wb1 1 first lintwent antwent
went on the th railroad nothing but oW oklhAnd oldhand
hand signals slga and aaclawttc switoheS switch and ftCI an engi engineer eaginear st stneer ¬
neer had to keep his eyes ey open all the thetime OleI thetime
I time timeFor For a long time I ran the oldtype oldtypeengine oldtypeengine oldtypeengine
engine with the gig top called the John Johnray
I ny n Bull We did not make the time timethat timeI timethat
that is made now nor have no heavy heavyload a aload aload
I load but from the railroad oiler on up we wewere
were on speaking acquaintance with ev ev everybody
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I erybody connected e nneeted with the road from fromthe tromI
I the president down Nowadays the then husi husineas husinees
n neas in II so Immense mmense that no one can
know everybody
It makes mak me feel sad when I realise realisefor reaU
that I have parted with my old engine
for the last time and that these old oldI
hands will Ill never more have charge of
the throttle I have laid down my uni ¬
I form never to wear It again r lovedmy loved lovedmy lovedm
my m my old engine enn and I had hoped that 1 1might 1might 1might
might die in n the harness hameaVICTIM harnessVI1ITIM harnessVICTIM
VICTIM OF ALCOHOL ALCOHOLFOR ALCOHOLFOR ALUULFOIl
FOR mm YEARS YEARSDKNVJBR YEARSDLVJR YEARSD1LI
D1LI DKNVJBR V > cR Col Sept SAlthouah 8Althoughsays Although be becars hete
cars be te consumed in his life 127TC quarts quartsf quar18aJeohol
f alcohol D L L Osborn D 8 O Ohas 0tftd Glug
has lived to the ripe old age of eighty eightysix elahtyst eightysix
six st and is a shining example of a cu cuaaade cur curmad tUN tUNby n
mad aaade by the Christian assembly uebI hold hotdmc hoIdforUa holdlug
mc forth at Arlington Park here hereA hereA hereA
A few months ago 0 this marvel of alco alcoholic aleoboItc alcoholic ¬
holic consumption couump on was w discovered t tlnanaas in inKansas InkDall m
Kansas City by the dev 1ev O Frederick FrederickFink FrederickP1nk FrederldPink k
Fink the director of th the assembly nbly an anhigh and andhigh andhih d
high priest prt of the sect who says ys hecured he hecured hecured
cured Osbora by tb the layt laying on of ofhands othanda ofhands
hands handsThe handaThe handsThe
The 12775 l2 711 quarts of alcohol is some someboose IIOIIMbooM
booM boos and ad in order to get that much muchunder Jauchuder muchunder
under his hi belt Elder Osbom had to tostart tot tostart
start t early which he did about thetime the thetime
time he was sixteen years yea old He
drank according cordlnlr to his hi story Ito a pint a aclay
day up until four months ago and he henow
la now eightysix tysix years old The alcohol alcoholjmed alcoholcotUIUecf alcoholcomsatap
cotUIUecf comsatap jmed ed by this ot Ob o a man would run runa runteebonle torsa
a tenhorse power automobile three andsaeheat and andonehalf andCMMbalt
onehalf times around the earth with withsome withto withgore
some to spare spareThe apareTtae spareThe
The D 8 O following Eider O Oi
borns name interpreted In brpreted stands for
Drunkard Saved ecJ by gGrace gGraceMr Grace GraceMr GraceJoIr
Mr Osborn tells all about the quanti quantities quantltiH uantt ¬
ties of rum he ASS baa stowed away away at atevery atevery aievery
every meeting meetingLIKE meettorLIKE meetly
LIKE CITIES IN THE LEAD LEADAll LEADAll
All recent tests show that the ports portsof porUI
of the great lakes 1k are leading IftLdtl1 the th progteas prog progress JWO JWOrea < < ¬
I teas of th the United States Sta Chicago ChicagoCleveland CAc to
Cleveland Buffalo Detroit tJOlt and Mil MilI 11if1waukee
I j waukee with Duluth and Superior SuperiorI Superiorthrown
I I thrown in at the head h ad of the greatest
I lake and many thriving ports on Like LikeKrte 1llceErie Lakee
Erie Erieurban e added are a unique section of the th thurban
I urban life ie of America Their rate of ofsrowth otrroth
growth is I the highest maintained In anygrou any anygroup anygroup
group grou nally of cities Their death rate Is I phe phenomenally phenowenaJIy phenom ¬
nom nomenally low Their proportion pro portion of ofhome ofhome ofhome
home owners own n is extraordinary Their Theirtotals Theirtotals
totals and rains in savings Illvln bank de deposits depoalls
posits are re almost unparalleled unparaHI d Thy Thyare Thyftrf Theyare
are handsome cities < IUe as a irroup full of ofenterprise nffnt ofenterprise
enterprise fnt rpril and activity artlIt fairly eloquentwith eloquent eloquentwith flnquCntwith
with the pint of prosperity and pros PfotpreMlpYfland prosroseleveland
res reMlpYfland Cleveland Leader
SHERMAN ON BLACK LIST LISTSLATED LISTLATED LISTSL
SLATED SL > 3 TED FOR DEFEAT DEFE 9T BY BYFEDERA B Y YFEDERAZION
FEDERA FEDERATION TION OF LABOR
New OW York Y0r Congressman CongressmanMust 0n ressman ressmanr I
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Representative James Ja S Sherman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Twentyseventh Twt th Congressional Dis District District Dl Dltract
trict of New York is 1 on the list of ofthe otUte ofthe
the doublecrossed of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederation AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor He is marked for fordefeat fOTdett fordefeat
defeat by the labor organisations orUon A ASherman Ax AxSherman J JSberllNLJJ
Sherman la chairman of the Republican RepublicanCongressional RepublicanCongrealonal RepublicanCongres
Congressional Congres tonal Campaign Committee CoIIUD I ttee hI htcannot h hcannot hIcanot
cannot give the time to look after hisdistrict his hisdistrict hisdatrict
district and so must depend on the thespellbinders th thspellbinders thMpeUbinden
spellbinders in his party to pull him himthrough himthrough himthrough
throughSeveral through throughSeveral throughsverl
Several years ago Representative RepresentativeCowherd RepreaentatlwCOhens i iCowherd
Cowherd of Missouri wa warn chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic Congressional Committee Commit Committee Comm I t ttee ¬
tee and while looking looldn after the dis districts dhstrleu ¬
tricts of his colleagues and helping helpingthem helpingtheM helpingthem
them along alOP < < the th Republicans In his di dlH dlHtrlct distrlct 1 1trict
trlct defeated d teated him And now Repre Rt Repreentative > prp prpntattv 1 1tentative
tentative ntattv Sherman She la to have the fightof fight fightot j jof
of his hi life Ut The American Federation Federationof Jedentlonot
of Labor is i hot foot footatter after Shermans ShermanspoUtleal Shermanspolitical s j jpolitical
political scalp And ftd if th the cards are areplayed a arcplayed r rplayed
played rticht the fight in the u Twenty Twentyseventh TW Twentyseventh nt ntvth
seventh vth district d ltriet of New York will be bethe bfolhe bethe
the hottest of the campaign campaignLabor campJ campJLabor
I ILabor
Labor Solidly Against Xaiut HimFrank Him HitnFrank j jFrank
Frank Morrison secretary of the theAmerican the themertea theAmerican
American mertea Federation of Labor said saidlast saidlast id idt
last t night that his hi information from fromShermans from8hman fromShermane
Shermans 8hman district was w to the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that organised labor in that district districthad dltriethad districthad
had lined up solidly against Sherman Shermanand 8hermanancf Shermanand
and that meant nt victory victory for laborLast labor laborLast laborLaA
Last Tbursdayaid Thursday amid Secretary Mor Norrisen Morrison MorrbIon ¬
risen th the trade trade unionists unlonl ta from Rome Romeand Botneand Romeand
and Little Falls Fal and the counties of ofHerfcimer otI ofHerkbmer
Herfcimer and Oneida assembled ble4 In Inconvention Inconvention n nmnvcntion
I convention at Utica and d unanimously unanimouslynominated unanbnowllynOlllinated unanimouslynominated
nominated for Congress Coner James JajneKeegan J JI JamesKeegan
Keegan OConnor city Judge of Utlca UtlcaJudge Ut Utica UticaJudge ea eaJu4
Judge Ju4 OConnor is I the friend of labor laborho JaItorh laborhat
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ho h is the most popular man in the diatrlet dis district d dtr1ct ¬
trict and he will receive the solid la labor labor taboy ¬
bor vote The understanding is Judge JudgeOConnor JudpOConnor JudgeOConnor
OConnor will be indorsed by the Inde Independent Indeent Independentp ¬
pendent pendentp ent League ue and also by the Demo Democratic Det Demoieetion o ouattc ¬
cratic organisation orpnfu organ organrace ieetion on This Th will make the therace therace
race between Sherman and OConnor OConnorThe OConnorTbe
The labor vote vot controls the district and andthat ane anethat andthat
that means the judges election by b a agood aood agood
good ood majorityThey majority majorityThey
They Will Not B Be Fooled FooledThe P
The managers of the Sherman cam campaign ampa ¬
paign pa may follow the example o M the
FOUND UND OLD DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTSWHICH DOCUMENTSWHICH DOCUMENTSWHICH
WHICH DECIDE CONTEST CONTESTNEWARK CONTESTl CONTESTNEWARK
NEWARK l W RK Sept tFor For several raI years yearsthere yearatht yearsthere
there tht has been a question qu tton whether bether the thecity therlt thecity
city rlt y was not th the owner of th the old court courthouse counho courthouse ¬
house ho at Market Ma et street and Sprtngfetdavenue Springfield Springfieldavenue
avenue avea which is beta being removed to at atford aflord atford
ford a 1 approach to th the new w county countybuilding eountybuUdlq countybuilding
building buildingTh buUdlqThe buildingThe
Th The question now is decided forever t er by bythe byUse bythe
the discovery among a a bundle of old pa papew papen papas
pew found in the building bulldl of two docu document docuaboing documents ¬
ment showing that many years ago 0 the thecity theclty thecity
city transferred to the county all Its Itsrights It ItrI itsrights
rights rI < < ln in the structure and sit al The Thepa Thepapen P Ppers pa papers
pers would have been destroyed had not notCounty notCoty notCounty
County Counsel Munn happened along alongand aIoncand alongand
and eked for th theM H Be looked them themover themovtr thetaover
over carefully and found tou d the two docu documents documeat8 documents ¬
ments which to the county now prove so sovaluable sovaluable
valuable valuableCOMMOH valuableconol valuableCOMMON
COMMOH COMMON THING AMONG LORDS LORDSThe LORDSThe LORDSThe
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The decision of the London jury that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the marquis of Townsend is I jut capable capableof
of taking taJdn < < care of himself but is I not fit fitto fttto fitto
to manage hie hi business affairs owing owln to tofeeble totf tofetble
feeble tf ble Intellect Is another notable ad advertisement advprtl adverttsement ¬
vertisement vprtl fm > nt for the house of lords That Thathd Thatbeth i ibody
body hd has such members m mber almost without withoutl withoutEmit I Ilimit
limit l mlt and th tht they > y are expected to help helpp helpgovern
p govern vern t > rn th the empire by hereditary hrt > dltaty right rightSpringfield rightpringf righti
Springfield i pringf tl Id < i Macs Ma Republican RIpuhllcanu i
u u u
men in the Littlefield district and try tryto tryto tryto
to make mak the voters believe that Roose Roosevelt Rooeeelt Rooevelt ¬
velt elt is I the issue but they will not suc succeed aucceed succoed ¬
ceed We Ve have Shermans record recordwill and andthat andtbat na
thatwill that will be the issue of the fight cbt We Wewill Weril W e
will hold them down to to the recordWhen record recordWhen recordWhfn
When the heavy hfAv artillery In n the Repub Republican Republican Repu Repuliean b ¬
lican party ignore ore the issues in the thedistrict thediulct t tdistrict
district and attempt to cover up the therecord therecordol th threcord e
record recordol of their candidate for Cby Congr Congrby C Cby
by appealing to the voters that Presi President Preeldent President ¬
dent Roosevelt is the issue it only onlygoes 01111Iroe on ongoes
goes Iroe to prove that the record rec le of theca t tcandidate the thecandidate be
candidate ca dJdate ie so bad that it cannot ctannotdefended b bdefended be bedelended bsiaatges
defended and substantiates aubstaa ates the charges chargesmade char1JMmade c cmade iaatgesof
made by the American Federation FederatioqLabor of ofLabor oCLabor
Labor that the candidate ca 4ldate is t uatrlendl uatrlendlto unfriendly unfriendlyto untrle dlr dlrto y
to laborJudge labor laborJudge labor1udae
Judge OConnor is an honorary mem member JIMIftIter ¬
mema
her of the Typographical Union and ncs ncsIlbe is isth a
I Ilbe 1 th the first candidate nominated it is t tby said saidI aidI saide
by the trade unionists U ol His indorse indorsement Tudor Jndorment Tudormeet e ¬
I I I ment by the Democrats and the Inde Indedent Ind IndIN Indrat e
IN dent rat League LM < < ue It is I said will make makeelection makeh mak makhis e
h his election el tlon certain
MAN KILLS BIG WILDCAT WILDCATIN
IN DESPERATE FIGHT FIGHT3CRANTON FIGHTCILJtlroN FIGH FIGHSCRANTON
SCRANTON Pa Sept 8SamuTurner 8 58amuel 58amuelTDmer Samuel SamuelTurner ei
Turner of Springbrook township townshipa hadear had hada hada
a thrilling thrUI fight with a big wildcat wildcath n nhis near nearhis ear
his h houe last night He succeeded succeededkilling iner in inkilling InI
killing kllH the animal lUll but it was only after afterhe aft afthe er
I he had b been n severely bitten and clawed clawedTurner elawedTurner clawedTurner
Turner was returning retumln to his horn hornfrom homefrom h hfrom ° n °
from the village vUIa < < e store Oft where he had hadjlpeftt ha haapart j jspent
spent the evening ev ng The cat suddenly suddenlysprang 1NCIdeIa17spranc suddenl suddenlsprang r
sprang at him from the underbrush and andhllrleo a ahurlea i ihurled
hurled hurlea him to the he ground groundFor JrTOudFor gro groFor
For a few minutes the man and nd th thanimal the theanimal e
animal struggled at fiercely Turner being beingseverely Item Itemverelv be beseverely Ing
severely verelv clawed during durl the meleeFinah melee meleeFinally IH IHFtnatly
Finally Finah he succeeded In getting tti out outlarge a alarge Jllaqe
large jackknife larkknife which he thrust tbru t several severaltimes weraJt1mea sev sevtimes
times into the beasts beaat breast Turner Turnerta Turn Turne er I Iis
is unable to t leave h t d The Th Thbody e animals anImaJ anImaJbocIJ s j
body is on exhibition at his h home hemeLUJtSAVING homeNEW i iWEW
NEW LIFESAVING APPARATUS APPARATUSPierre APPARTUSPtfrre APPARATUSPierre
Pierre Samots Samo who has invented a new newlifesaving n ne nelifesaving w wUfevlng
lifesaving apparatus went to the theLouvre tbeLouvre t tLouvre he
Louvre swimming swtnnin baths a day or two twoago tw twago °
ago to test It Th The apparatus consists consistsof consistof s
of two small slft ll ei < j lar metal buoythrough buoys buoysthrough buoy buoytbrou s ss
through tbrou which tt t I f aims > nns are passed passedA
A belt connects t buoys which arconstructed are areconstructed ar arConstructecl e ebe
constructed in such a way as to topractically be bepractically bepractically
practically unsinkable un inkablt > M Samois Invention in inexpert Inentlon ¬
entlon was put to man many severe tests by h hexpert y
expert swimmers none non > of whom were wereable wer werable ere e
I able ahl to remain under water a moment momentwhile momen momenwhile tn t
i Globe while wearing earln the > ajipar apparitusLondon apparitusLondonGlobe apparatusLondoGlobe t us London LondonGlobe n
WAR AT PRINCETON PRINCETONABOUT PRINCETONABOUTBARROOM
ABOUTBARROOM ABOUTBARROOMw ABOUT BARROOM BARROOMw
W C T U President Fi Fight Fighting Fighting t ting ¬
ing Undergraduate Under raduat Drink Drinking Drjnk Drjnki DrinkIni ¬
ing i Ini ng Resort ResortNJBW ResoriNEW t
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I NEW YORK Sept 1 f Thus Thee Is s si i imerry a amerry
i merry war on at Princeton The Na Naeau Nas Nassau aa aaI ¬
eau fla u inn barroom and grOT gr ll rvrents room wer weropened weropelMd were wereopened
I opened at Princeton yesterday for the thepatronage theI
I I patronage of undergraduate uue uatee of the theNew thej theNew
New ew Jersey university Liquor U I sold soldthere aoldthpre soldthere
there as In any saloon tooa Coincident with withthe withthe withthe
j the opening came the bested dcclualon dcclualonfrom d decluationfrom luation luationfrom
from Mrs J C Btrkford president of oftl tCj oftie
tl tIe > e local loc al Womans Woman s Christian Temper Temirance Teml Temperance r rance
j ance Union that the new saloon loon Is Isowned Isowned isowned
owned and operated by Henry C Bnnn Bnnncurator BlinnI Bonnrurator
curator ctlra r of the ground Cf unda and buildings of ofthe ofthe
I the university It was also a announce uuaouncfI uuaouncfII < 1 1that
I I that President Woodrow 111 Wilaon wouldte would wouldr
toe r appealed asp ed to immediately Immedla l on his re ret r rt t a at
I t irn from Europe in an effort to pre prev
I v 1 ant nt any official of th the university from fromsdiur fromeln
j sdiur dn < < affiliated with the operation of o a adrinking adrlnkSq adrinking
drinking resort resortA r resortA ort ortA
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summer outing outingOh eutln eutlnOh outingOh
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the Bowels docS coca there Just as if U Ustayed itatayod
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time spreads tads all over the body unless th thCause t tCauac thq thqCause
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price is Tan Cents a box boaSo boxSo
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