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juF TERK WILSON'S I
Was pretty generally eencoded among all Demooeats.
Scours, the minds of the people were centered upon.
on. question-that was. keeping us out of that terrible
~ UEE' DEFEAT POEBN
They thought that Wilson, having been President for
0term, ahould be re-eleted for the seeoud. Thewwe,
thiggsamtel *aspeign of 1916, which would have gone
Swalid Mr. Hughes been a bit thoughtful and
J nwo.1 going to the Bepublican Chicago convention
a6 er making arrangements for the St. Louis convention.
'The ~convention was a week before the Demo
era m at St. Louis. I wanted to see .the
1iees operating there. I learned from a very confi
dential souroe that Hughes would be the nominee. The
test was parade.
I went to a hotel and met some friends among the Be
publican leaders. They, in a jocular way at luncheon,
aid: "Your convention is settled, now what shall
"Well," I replied, "I know exactly what you're going
to do. You're going to take the man with whiskers from
New York. Now, I'm going to tell you, since you're ut
terly tied up, what you ought to do. You should name
Barding or Burton, of Ohio.
"WIN WITH HARDING," SAID MoOKBS *
"You have had a little factional trouble out there and
Ohio will go for Wilson unless you patch it up. If things
go en as they are Wilson will carry Ohio. If you nomi
ade arding or Burton you will carry Ohio, and the
next President will be a Roepubisa."
My guess was correct, as many of those disappointed
friends ,whom I met there have since told me.
Mr. McCombs' prophecy was fulfilled. Neither Warren
G. Harding nor any other Ohio Republican was nomit
nated for the Presidency in 1916. Charles E. Hughes,
of New York, was. He lost Ohio, and Wilson wa. re
Alected. Four years later Mr. Harding was nominated.
'ed the country by the unprecedented pluality
son Grudge Shown
n Futile Cabinet lot
To Eclipse Mr. M4CMb
CHAPTERU . Mcmb. the instant he bmns
Postmaste GeneraL. Modl his of..s
WM60mie Qfts as Na"osel with aran Wlsn-Mo~doo tel
('ermmi-Defeste A4 MAdoo- uta.
Dwineosn- T iet ft. ov OJ
mil-wEsen. Cetve. con.spiDnes loAlge
I our Yer to wplant the
Ptebeme.Maker - McCombe D ne the Nay Down
W*. 74kt for IM e at ae'an adjunct to the WCesni
r c* and V.&estoer" in d t *va cau m ohton,
FIoral Nee. to &he Preosint emowe perbaw seretary of war.
--Was' "Great~et Regret."I Lindey D. orison. sedied
A MeAfse - UteonS - Tumulty WIth the Prevident to elude Mo.
4a"l plottei tsar years to oust am hi Moude.
ar. MaoCom) as ehahmaa cc the in December, 1915. however, the
Dmeato entiona Cemmittee. Plot to46e Mo~ombs was ro
TheS apparnefy inmsired by the Unsod In ea. W J. Abbot,
-eos- oat te Presidet hima- Is & SPei to the Now York Amen
usE, the eonspa oraibly to ca expoos It. Here Is a that
overhrow -him wee thwarte. Mr. Al iouAL15 wrote en the ore cc
Binsombs. bached by & . the Demoratic natial committee
'rns t t his asowesinttee. meettft Of Deember?; 1319:
ter= ser which he was eloegmi. mte ilme eena usa
pert note te U GePreetozthtieadpaeinth
3i~slV.he asked to he weueed na ainlone~g
ateer his suceitis ar oastestante fo
'As already hinted, the Whcfidtetecll u wih
3ene coterie se@ght 3Mo0mbs'
aato even apes the eve ef Wn-mmtoes slieyt fI5 h
son's first tagaration, but were teiSofhecmtte
anooee-s Tahing thei eue ~lI.L. b.~
ein the , P' afse to ~ ma uwq
leiber a-y -r--m-e asatt
3a a - embO had behalf of ~ ~ bs h o
14tMIOnal Coinitteo the WA lm o bk-aWfimp
eg soqp, almaet OW eaeth to oobadtembslto 9
,semth, sought U out Moaombea. CmteemP
an nOn a sabetitotO "naSt the Imb fMnesa
Mehi pro'ct s *uely$m A"
. Nepeaes; pen et aa eitiona
rayna--ethe-Whit.veresetented a be
gjIyh o uoes.. 3Maar stood
asshe bessese ' they were *~
seUsess et mi net We. r f mhgewrh M
Ofsnsee m er s WSS' e h d.bt eu a
Au presented by th wus3* ob hlndt ~
iur eheirmnse whe Wee belay~ ,~ , b
Ew . 4ens nt go with sedg amtru- _
. 50hedse. Tamult* er ...,t
3\ xsa =cmqn apnsesa llas
Uetu esmd se s.n
wis dealedtb UcusOgbalmshem
* 4S~dS!SbS.Any who sedetmtofa
~a ueteis tinseg Me.eqmmO h aoa sue
Ofrths years ow see, tt h uual
==g e -*--- t evenW in W BU
ssinte. ~a M r.. 5 M c mb
Meaas -h tstathbese
Potnse GeeaBethse- e
with rden Wilsn-Mcdoo a
theery, at least. the e..mmat Is
free from intereet in any particular
candidate hr the nomsshed. ad
sist. ow the sole purpe of er.
rauagng a convention which shis
be fter OL.
"Thi, however, Is not the view
of the-WibSea hes. Tile want
the .m.mittee reorgansted and
mtade a fighting bssR for the Pre.
dents renominatio. An qt9kial
Closely Identified with' the peitical
side of the a mnweeres said to
W...e must 11" rid At Mn-.h.
becausie, while he controls the
comnittee, we ean't begin the eam
paign for the President's nomima
tion. We can't raise a dolar While
he is at the heed of thiaga. Be
has antagmo="d many of our
strongest supportere, and we. pro
absolutely blocked by his esstin
"All of which is well enough If
the national committee Is to be
regarded merely as a Wlson ma
chine. But the eart to make t
one has array against the #d.
ministration plea many mmlg
who care Uttle for Mcconb, but
will show their resentment against
the amlmstation by fighting for
his continuance In offlee.
-Mr. MaCemi. , 1r !1 a en
fidence in the outaome fhlch his
friends do not share. and whih
perhaps at heart he does not Cool.
That any eftort to depose hi at
this meeting will result in a nasty
fight, af a serious Injury to the
party, few doubt. It might be
shrewdly sened upon by Bryan to
widen the eput he is planning to
make in the party.
"But there can be mo doubt of
the power of Wilson to -btses his
earUest and perhaps moteflent
champion out If he so The
sly question Is whether pgrdese
will lead the President to put a
curb'on his followers who are tow
prctasming their purpose to thee
the Issue next Tuesdal."
But the Wn..MoAdo Plot to
put Chairman Mammba out did not
sucoeqd. A NOaljoity of the Na
Uonal Committee would Mot toer
ate such a suggestion. They do
noneed It long before the bemmit
tee met at Waniagayn. Dec mer
7. for the estenible tuk of select.
in she date ad plae he the a
tst e"nia t* a f 1 $
IWeOk 6i" I g 1e0
jarity pledge . nt erwy his .r
tention as 1 chairman, to Vets
with him to send the eanventlen to
He reached Washingten two dae
In advance at the committee meet.
ing. He found the Wilson-Maddoe
group spit among three men who
had been uggested for his muacse.
'oer. They were Frederick B. Lno.
fat=. M..ea.' Vanoe MCosmick, at
Pennsl I anid Henry Mergen
thau, of NATork. Moonma. made
It his job to keep theimsa st.
The Lynch eoterle had lned up
behind Chicago as the convention
city. Dome of the MK micok men
were for gt. Lois; seame for Chi
age, and sen behind essinter
General Albert A. Nurkesn to send
the Preeidet-makSeS to flMas,
Ten. As for Mergenthan, there
seemed to be no votes for him at
Mo~mbe clinched a renewed grip
on the party's natn.l maie". by
Inducing the commsittee to select
Ut. Iouis for the conventien.
The President, hearing that the
ant-McCombe movemsent had
proved abortive, ordered the fight
Mr. McCombi here resumed his
The Natioeal Commnittee, me was
customary, mset the first wiech et
January, 1316, to tmke pretin
inary armangemente he the eon
vention to come. There was a
goe at**.a.e.. After attending
to our buinese we were infsemed
that we were invited to the White
Bense to luncheon the neat Mry.
of the may lu..b..ns I u
attended, this was the as ot ar
ous. Many 0f the commnittee did
not deair to go. They told me so.
I advised themt that It we. pegper
-ae the clrmmstaaoes to go,
netweto**diaf thirn iniid
feelngs. I went.
I newer attended suah a fueralt
fuanitis In my Wfe. Uvery corn
mitteeman seemed embarrained and
inl at ease. The meal was eaten
aiyget in elense.
L 0f eeae, was put en the
Preiddnt's right. Bomser 3. Cue
asig wa on his left. We omuld
pumep a.s langaage out ot hima.
Theide.s we turned to oee neig.
hero. Cne co..mmte.men. eated
sme distance, handed ia a mete be
hind the ethere to see, with, these
words e i
, ""I'is iikme the Ilet supper.1'
'hn we had enoadd the
Whnte eXeM, A mamber 4W the
aomnmmn am to me "I Wseder
if he wianesu r fimerwiate, tef"
After the On wa tabea eII
body WWed away *am the Nhite
Nenoe ad tink a rash beenb 4t
Navaeg saw"es' *00e ba agt
hage" the "to 49 eso s ue
dole. u hm- planed to Quit
Of hb. emn asepd.
A,l 34, 1,1a, he eved inal
-ete that be dasdred ae IdentlB
tio wIth the movems t to viola
the atnsms plmtform p~edge by
namiag the ifhlbt ftr 5 s9000
Mr. MODea wrete preek,"
"My Dr 3&. ,edde b- he
jub& formed a agturuwo for
the pra e. f Sie, wbiub wl 6
-es offootive *'e rt 'et
The ohman wOt bOmmtste OW dbp
vetiag mbstatey al my *bs to
my ry ioeed #,
timtie must be' Isely eatans.
My aragm bewever, wp
Justify my peodiag thrugm 0
the ead of the Oevasts at Ago
"of view of the party prssept
that the ...bmae fer the Pe41
daWy Is requesed to uasista s
pfterene or the hairmanaip if
the national tmOMMeNA and Ja
view of the usty of .siat 6r
your renomination. I GM witig
you at the eaiet emist to
you knw that I "m net, under
ay otr sas, S the
headerhtp of the unsiug Du
erate campaiga. I a"d happy I
the thought. however. that there
are hets of able ad true ee" who
MA readily tae aiw peM,
"The Demnoratie er.ObMsMIm Is
t"yWl to you poides ad veer per
pesu. We'an fte amr afla
ftriaphat , Sr yea ad 1r
te DOWMobs= in Novemeer.
"For five years pe. t have bem
int the aitive sempae 0t the rty,
ad it is with % heen subhg 09 to.
grmt that my aetiwvies are et nAsae
ity to be amo nubW.I It wt
the miats of my the I am he ot
asman e, be SIured that I am0 6
ways ava mmlale.
"With asaoeo of high raped
"WrtiLLLM F. MsOOMi."
The Preat eneg:
the apprebtog oamp m.
"I f u~ appsyelate the meenity
y fot yournl t b e unier to
,Meg-. artw tie eenvemnts san
have boen hld t Jume; I knew that
you woei not have rembed such a
dec-d-. had wet your new busminss
obfgsa=s =ao it unavoiabe. I
do not fool at lberty thee, to
urge yru to mafm the mssrrise that
a retemtsi e the oharmaablp
woum Is the ous.t.ine 8lWve,
,.ou have mde .ad mm"st
norfloealrady fo the party, d
I kuew-that I am Ipoaking the sea
tienet of all loyal Tumovsts whom
I mpres the Yery doep apprat-.
ties I have felt of the reat serviooo
y"u have uangradagtoy readeres.
"I am owe that the peatot te
greta will be felt at your retrment,
and that a hot of frmeads wN JdIk
me in the hope that your new bWd
n monnetioms w %I bring you on
tnuod abundant =mco==
"WIth boat widbes,
EDITOR's NOTE-After the to
augurstion of Preeldeat Wltsn ad
the oosting 0t the Democeratie Na
tiemal Committee whlbh ae-eleotud
afr. MoComubo chairaman, he returmed
to New York, to the prastihe et law
with his partaor, Fredoriek R.
Ryan, at Ne. 01 Urosdway. But bay
ting "waded through fire," overtsm
lng his aerength to -make Woodrew
Wilasm Present, he had to pay a
terrible pemalty 0f shattered health.
Me was advised to go for a root
ta Duroge. where he eeu4 .net be
best by ess kere. He did ug,
but baund htemself as tieateed to Los
den as the amer et a Preest
that, after twe sneatho there, he
west to Pa., Be was talbes ers.
ovely Ill and, em July 6, 1913, was
oeated upom by Dr. Da Mouche,
the fomoun Freach srgso, for ap
riowvry was fenewud by a
happy eassa to Pele during whisk
Mr. Mnboa boesmoe engaged to
-- Dorothy WIMlama, daughter et
Cooeda Jeha 3. Wilntame 'J. 3. A.,
ad a ster et Mrs. Joueph Leitir,
et (imaago. They were smred to
eadrn to the Rus. Cthenle
(Ouspi et 3t. Peter and It. Deward
withia the shadow 01 buetamghaa
Phase, by the nev. Father neraa4e
Yawabn, the sebiag witsouo
being the Amserican Ambador to
Leaeo, Whiter N. Padeg the Asmor
learn Am-asad to Pais, Viro. '1.
Barulok: Lee Derby; the Da et
annan th e Da and Cauatoe et
Save. ad (artes W. Slatoo, a
Pebteee dasmats, who was Mr.
BeoWbe boot md
Mba, M h~sa had sept Mid WI.
Noted "nls Auof
esmeer seps-I- have Set
L ge thedeptenepe,
t er tbos vywI ght
-hs--rI r 41 worM 1 Lee
sum Do" "t *0
had a " better vIe et it
thba ulmnne= ow at "O p I who
say it ta the On ts MW. Ta
Reihert' bnuse ia Stee Jerker. I
Us.il havea neat three er emnsr
ie -e without lam tag a" set.
P~aeI shouil have dose se if It
W" atb e Wdd " at with
Tom" 00 sattr "Wa"en "ft
Yeer eqit hiuling aud ses bogse
toifml ) 4t'the art that bears Mee
0aio a"anece enty. I am tept
.4 to ,a Ws em the nenafs"
ftt pugiltes that i
bespg effected by this flem. which
relsatw the fight apctc fa agai
beI nfti bem " people at ever
mai stobe, a goes em for a ymar
*iteW the feftaper have been
e0e to sset overy aw"uoes
to It as dray *sae,
mO~ umo ftnm Un
.aut I retata in. ea rE to the
Uset l be"sft e *W m toa
maepeet for baser., and thW *Mght ft
a bomag film to Its eurtisem equanly
wit -rnr s gtft.
Aa ae, I aet warm these who
ha~sem Moseleu- Carpenger only
at 3rew Je MWy r Ia thi fil tat
thieg have o Mm f what he Is
1uk. bal what he can de when he
sto athUe top 4t bis reis and naar
et the =aean Th film shows
emiy wisat he ea de whem.he Is
===asge". This i me enm fer
Wi defeat. It was Mr. DaeWe'
ft&"=m t" mofag bo. aml it
w e his b a am. to preveat
Mr. Dampm fem sabg
mnethod -et detg me, he OWefed
Demsebw (uhe w" n aee ow to Om
Ime e__ im ._sM.) Ovary 1Oy
r the aparaetmo, and get It vWy
USM*y in the eL Tht be
put up a
esbe 0"e s ft*
0" se atth m
to eien n aosaa ee
VOW e ftesnssr anm
f ht d& a besdng eest.
o rem enemm bM5 ft a ggsr
a"e seemi"An to 00 1"s sea"e
WM' bres% pgseIty when an
Nov* homer was lo but though
AMoe m be was not ae to tahk.
Us fter was gew h OauN "et
tame his terUifn left to atp his
agwar, awmle advesry .and
b" * though it emul 4t sag
6Wr Desmpm by es mere Impact.
was am 0e perfecrt asawe
gral ht right, Mse a toer's trot,
that laid out NeAkett.
His m-de---bg was me palert
that Dempsey ame cams mocee=ed
ta gtias, f agalI the repms
with his rteet fut cff all after
every m"ch ovadm he dael - at
his man with a 0"4wo that seemed
to nsha I haere Demse=W omd
lift n elew. aut swift and ere
as It was. It was met the e.a..dee
ad Uatlinel deivery 4f asentIer
the srtist; It was Inke the ene.twe
et any other baser who feeals the a
rat Is a oesqer.
Enept Is the f hrstuml Whem
he wa aslatlyhae I de
not gutte bae why 9%mgmp id
inet fimlah hIm, he was a poeie
upt h last menst, even
haM rgt as4Imaled
by the snammal blew whichs
maight have, but did met, put Demap
esy toaees athe tdgMed seer
he 5s111 hal a basolheut blee Is bhs.
sag empsey, lMbe hoet., eeml
mot step It er 4bese It.
Dut oven if he had ld em the
right sot ad e the fight ft wuld
4t13 have hems true that S spee
and bre, Me~are were entorstaed
at the White Moue,
Goernor Gumsn offted IMr. Mc
Cemnt the p0eltiem et PubtIc forvico
rG.min..a1mem= the mset humatve
ee within the gis et the Gover.
mar, but Mv. Menmaa edene ear
tog ahst heeuM ateseoaean
aees his taw preee,
Mv. Man=mh- was eahmas 4t the
platform esmmattees t the New
Tork State eenventem et 1014, and
a deloate tthel Cosiuis Ga
veatiaet 41 E~l i s ent ther
pslasi. aeviles ware oe etri
mm et the Demeeratis Itotienal
N43ET WiNA3--Ne Me aa
4i1ite Wb6seam Aha ne
as as ' espms as ed thel
basu uambis bp siemlka.
mesee esseet t. a ss Pti
"s611 wuld have bmo. eft win t
W mWtl t what rpenir's etyte
in at nbost.
a0mMf to -.
D-apa as agenc thm i-'
rapms et ho fight t leabt ee
at I ia sow, de"W ups., "0
s tief ba e ft a =mee who0
Imsgo togh t Me Zn v 07er
atm that ay bmer sma sve O h a
an* batter him to bits afteeward
winng his fights sea gsrOi might,
as hardy half a Sat @t9 ath i t.
Befghts wtaan tense borteuM
mess and a will W vieary aft loss
sram e thanm the seine Vatde
Im carpentier. For flghtig wpr
pems %0 Is net en a JeWr level
than Carpemter; the two adversf,
rius were worthy at se -amethw
IS that respoet, though I doubt
whether they knew t. dalnsed. I
think that ea&h undervalued #he
other, and I man well believe that
Dempsey, as a Laden Timms oer
ro-emoat reporte was amased
whN be saw the dif, at the 24ht
lag quant of tm maag whom he
had been toe busy beating to i-,
aims. Another surpise i that his
knockut puach is met a s deolve
It di et eon th o fhrt raund
when It seemed to be endes tr.
When Carpeater flrat eppe! in the
%At round be rested is te most
lm - prec -oasea
until nine was eamsed, A ohn
sprang to his feet in gad arder ad
though the Cop do gro, We
came presently. jeled him ost st an
power to o4rednate his s ements,
he wee quite 0.-smnu1 and maode a
desperate strsgat halft sing him
-el and turslag ever with anl his
lmbs rememhag woy to get a pur
base mmowhere br the tetl
tea was ened.
Doethad se suok aighammo
when be was kasded out by Car
petier; he di net bear the event.
sad wuhe up a aulied nm.
havbag so In that the fight was
I must, repat-hew what I emi
bdoe the fight. ta am O that
DemWsey ha Wn so* advanase
a= f per "a t an nsomems.
to is ft t"
s uite i t -bw
bound a Ouemo " ta sectly
" - G ws ft s
Sa CMPd geee the
ea hSo en Wehatever to do
s"t dswbsando ho p" -m-r13
me s. The Is D a item t 011r
.Andsees DOWf Demsey as msVeda
beMd al rpen r as perbetly
Uth. The sa ware en G vetIer
ali the times w these who. inbe
- , had ser p Demasey at
w erk. Ad if the twe tu saeet
agate so Crpeter we ts take
the lgman lt M iant t heart,
a change hie tasies aseerengly.
the be g weld be M him agan;
fo is amaster at et
fgtie awm 9go wytllW
And new fr Demusey's pedo ive
tenal qualties. We oi the boat
inbhe is the Amerten *1pi I
have -ee se-a yt crpentier had
bees wafn adelsg be woaud have
eatered the stag with these werds
branied - hMs bratn: "When you
hit De p a d be is still aee,
get away, got away quickly."
And by geti away I da net mesa
the aeetepbg an d ipping by
wh Grpesntieaved hMaset em
-lvet every time DemaMe trie
toeruokhm. Imsennwat hed
with Deankett whes Mr. Augte was
refere: *62 is, atep straighet in with
his sead sad sprtag straight thok
eat et, la~era rench when he
landed, *0 efaere being Sa his
propee lesot et the ring, ad
beat en haybg a eplay at besag
as einageb frem )ettywegging.
15is is the emd Egish style, ad
nome et be aossat praotitnemero
ever hosse er dresmt at hituge er
boing hit en the back at the neck.
Ia mnedsa Amerissa pesettee, heew
ee, se suigat seems to be the
It is do er whpee wee h- ave
ledot eff, esunterod a leadeg, to
crecal enne and being peamag
ywa -sa en the atlas preesse, er
bagig hm mve the lers, trvs
lag menwhle to held hMe arms
ltemed under yeers untBl the raf
area, who is ia the uaa, a3 the
t itaos part is the genateen
visoatly tears the enerseasead.
or, Paolentay I an any that if
mye I met esreferee in am An.t
es wee Oght I shel d.-.mad at
let am equet ehife at the gate
mscene aml aeinema uts with the
stval oham=pems. as I shall hays ie
work 1ee as he4 and I get no
gtory by 1t4.;
At tileses Despea is ssa
teWeumligend e reslvt dmne
Ing esrfnse, lit sestder at
.Endghihg, esae touch isaat it.
I inppos CpaUter 'vainaet his
weak point bamled himaself at It,
a went isis the *ght oansient
en.t ho gould at Do- n.....
ow* hoomweL to d0ft Wmsrisut
ess ei ~epbd Ia ten see,
esehe hidii hpwsa,
uam .w gp for a ov.
s s, mepgh ar -e mase
n. qs -a am n a
Ssupe were s Wern
-WL - e ,'m
a , sMAgNgOW g ioe
*a web a uitss ha he W" fled
to ' bs ag ad #al - a p
ow teg sl W"t e swl hese
ad wi a pe-sO whib be s
doei, A40 overy e ehsabl
the ab g beg-, a agab as iw.
eismily. as de dey, w desires.
M mee e.
It crpeslher hid ed hal a ena
df enbamu.essal deim a en lSm
une J - s et hs es g ough
go seeL. As 8 wa, e we te hi
ee-e a deeperat manm wised
heelag gives a Agte i--mmialien
et as ensauua pae l s ha
he one he ont t a a- a we
as o br esoes,
The Is" s mrow pretty nr
IN JAPAN BY
3 LINE LETIER,
Tm , OCt. Lo-A awme fa
lapan Is meaed '"the thrs e
letter." the ezpoa.sm et the
quaitt tam being that divers was
61 erry a Satter r te, plumure
at the huMMOal who, wte be
wied to gat rd of a wift AWsMANu
her with a cetfceste written fa
three UM ani a half.
The fin. imptemme at the pressed
fm Is revealed ia tr namn. at a
aunmber et ad eertnetes wMih
have bee met by Dr. Ihisate
Heumt, a lel authority. Oe
, Crment et UMeres.
I hereby ertify hr purpeses et
auture relersene that yor athe
to wheM I gt mnarrled sUld be
des9eel, aw I det agwe with her
a" bemeisrt h is km to * marry
am mare gsi the n an
at as th ~g
Wima e"oi O-eme Is eeed Me
esein to uay ow osnves..es ani
sbe is free to naarr ecl pares.
"wo, erra ne"
Dmn when the hat was a
"usenywag," am &mtedu it, the
p se st fam Mewed the =me
laty m saulm limo, "s witenss a
cerldest n whih the ha"aud
pela guity sa the dmment t
wh he etfeets the di1wee
VW* nse e tf On ees .
es of the -In-a.ie ad
behawisr that I -mmme recently
to the geat annyano of wsy ve.
tives, I hereby a tht You
se o ree , and I shaD -elue se
ee.m...s whsatever ieigd year
mr g wtth whemsver "ea
IUUMAD I= JUDGU
The above was essrty a ae in
WM*a i Amerias there w have
"em diveree against the erpat
heeband, but the Mastera ---pIs
mt the wifes p"ee the emily
at. left the maatter whe&& to the'
declesn et het lord and smaster.
Divere. mmed to be very emuns
amseag the lower chum and very
rare asseag the rieb. The ditler
mme is aarecasly explahine by
Pret. Chennnrtata when he ,astis
why meel4 a saa take the trouble
to ge divereed kee an uneangenlal
wits whona a wile easaples teo ta
barier a peeitics to be Abte to-smake
herself a series mmaanee, and when
eenity me a abgecties to his keep
min any tub eer amsesa? The
save gesam hr everus, aceseems
to the eli mse, we ''-bdea
barreenses,. lewd eafuet, J-losy
dises, taendag tee much. and thlow
tabs. There we. en the other
heal, tee mume in whch he esuli
not devere her: If the wifs hai
strictly aheerved the maburaag her
her parents4a-law. -If be ad be
ebas richer than when they were
amarele and If the wife had me home
to return to.
am ABB ANCEENT.
These rules, It .hould be said,
late krem the od daye-4hat is, be
sees IsaN-but, with the preat a.s
jeity of Japanese., dIverse stR we-.
amts very much a amatter' et the
huai's severelin will and plebm
U, If a marrage tosielsteredlte
-a only be dimsolved on blegl
greuuge but se many people keep
to the eli abstas, adespit the
mow fanglei formality of regist.
ilca, after the ceremoeny, there are
hiDR a lorge nuamber ot smarrige
whlqeh can ha ended by o "three
De not timagine, hower, that the
Jaanesea wife 1s a dowtse~n
anature. Semia tradition .have
htd the sphere within whisk hme
sua oese her aetlviYe but te
sliD tEwe a happy sati umeItsi Mk,
ew. Dempsee Was beg" SOP *
loatab saG s sas ter~ pep
4ed" Is te Amerlme IeNtIO St
fftg at a nh, *t esWit 4
diane, he s Deimp'i -
se im . wt sesW 00
fotr DeapmW t bw4.
Is by mo mam iow m amy oMe
thms, if it je'g the paspb
wish Deser must anobe see
-e aime etbor moertas weeM was
him as ght.
30 did lad a enew.e mneu
bto the 0id " sGet i Sam"
MY, s crwmteer fe. Pi,4 " 1
-w DeM nksen' ese a, ee, ams
Coreatt has amd, that I Mer is mem
roll up; but I sA& mmegh uis 0&
fet to kner at Dempey bd a
pbt At lIk me that t the be
mn who dms a ba w ta the bas&
of USdI4-, and seaw it dip thr"n
his ngers. But fastead at dimAflbi
Dumeof It apears that it Mn"s
arpemaee bw ilatg his head a"
Rtt, 01the SOty mu t at. #A t
memOM the right pcye ftr Mb to
fS eW Sp, he oum am ft so saw
Be Net Is may emter tUat dsst
And Deampe stpped mst at thema
with his metnaee as he as I
esOd e0 but the ead was alhays
the ao;a ens, ad Dempea
us&ter at his opponent, wemm
with body blows and M&MeM=
him with thumps an the " a* W.
Dempse a-. et 1 s m, am
nevr Wve the wiw* itmoim a
maments rest. , .- .
ebrpate meeed his le afby
dbeg b; bt Deopeai stmys
knew whew to ftnd "M and s n
hf um and though as he sam n,
taeantier. with am ussmm.a
Jhtg spirit,.woud a at b
ame la Mum have beth amfts is0i
bee, he aer heiated sor huedse
4 s presently hmmem'tg Wway
be o bdy as ma00%m sIf
he wew warMag a a skW4 plates
tmad at am a itg --e.a
and very oner .m ee to%,
-sOr owN Wya w"r.
Na eshert, Dnaape es Sme the
but thiag thmt waep~a
he met wo the t=
&ert 14Y. em6 .
osseaft 16 i, a-sit
&He a e s OTarens., a&
ha" Js"t beum vw, mas1 benes,
both by the absurd uandmiatg of
hb opponent, whit wet n baser.
the fight, and by the fAure cc a
prom arttis of p"gSium to apprea
ate his eL M gemeaiep amud I
remseuttin to carying out his em
I feal me that he a - have 1e
oeied In the ays biere the fht
enough bad -abee to mare tt de
feat tme over. I eM OeRMlly
sure from what I saw an the sareem
hat be want his own war to the
end. Thare was eain..eg Is the
way be pshed up carmpeUw 0
mAme the eUMt was flA*Mn that
med e a e d that he gd Swin
knows him victary lmset s ea
tMinty as the ChMAs mesass fore
knew It mew. Me oe beter the
fght begins is ell weath studybeg.
AgA yet the oeft were aaMn
him. If ever mete b~at
Carpemae'l powrn who wii ensk
ste sawaesh etaUSrcl -shest e
beslag, and refuse to "mnia 1" Ia
the America ===nmer, he ay be
hard put to it to keep Mea itny
Memnwee, the vee* 4 et
besing am Carpamier me eo
"Serves hin right b e 41a
in Ansertama s the imaeas fip
iastead et stichdag isth 6:
meSed et .aropeean gsm
whish he is the asete espe
WOEN tiW AYU.
Ine my pert t weoud uatr d
vive sy Interest be hae g V
ureer "sendoanet ade me
were io inctude the reisssh W
erengn and edglita a eei
west the way at upedg
lag, ad att the w pst
a-a mad the rineleee
a geetlma, not tae alin a .P
La--e- are nocmtag ma esmeU
glove fighte and the Mthreod0 e
at pote m'aishee
At the. einma egeral d e4
the figt whs I qmis und they4
ardlmmry ~s. met
sejnre bie.e. Poesami tW~jU -
es sa help them toe~
what Shop see seeg.n 'Wr
age thorn 'tu test ad~
-a Iaatug ma duli.,
taefmi am a
it predaces delliems,
prodeuce sablieanat; ant
are seemary to beting,
itag has etways been 14
hameet -bestngi and mee
sta -unit eroe the
whether they wtn.a,
thsy weaos be well