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tV33DN_SDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 1?*- f
By on extraordlnorily large popular
? voto and the largest electoral vote ln
our hlstory, tho Amerlcan peoplo yester?
day mado Mr. Roosevelt Presldent ln
fact, and not by accldent.
But we aro not prepared to belleve that
thia vlctory Is a popular approval of
Roosevelt nrrogance, Rep\ibllcan extrav
ag-n-nce, the Dlngley tarlff and other class
leglslatlon, under whlch the trusts have
been created and foatered.
The fact ls all the condltions were fa
vorablo to Republican success. The mills
aro busy, the rallroads are showing enor?
mous earnlngs, the flnancial Institutiona
are strong and sound, merchanta are en
Joying a tlne trade, the farmers are get?
ting; high prlces for thelr products, work
Ingrncn are generally employed, and the
?whole country ia prosperous. In such a
atate of things a stand pat pollcy was
necessarily popular. In such prosperity
men were disposed t'o "let well enough
eJone." The RepubUcans played upon
that Eentiment -with all their cunnlng.
They urged the people not to make a
change in the administration of govern
eumeat. which would be Fure to "upset
busineiw" and bring another period of
hard times. It was an appeal that
On tbe other hand, the Democrats.
thou_rh united, wllh Willlara J. Bryan and
Grover Cleveland, both working for the
same candldate, were unable to offer
any poliey more definlte than that of
rptation in oftice. Both parues ln terms
att.'j-cked the trusts. and nelther gave any
satisfactory assurance of power or will
liignesH to tako nny radical steps agalnst
the. srreat corporate inlerests whlch are in
many ca.ses undoubtedly breaklng the
law habitually. lt was early said ln
the campaign that the real issue was Mr.
Roosevelt liimsclf, ana tho people by
an electoral vote of 303 out of 479, havo
showed Lhat they were not afrald to try
that hazard. None tho less, it may
well be doubted whether Mr. Roosevelt
wlll show those iiualltles of swU-restralnt
and legal regard for the Constltution in
wlilch hc has heretofore been lacklmr.
Last summer the I-ondon Spectator snld
that. ln its analysls Mr. Roosoveit was
essentlnlly a Bafo and well balanced man.
Wo hope so. It wlll allny tho feellngs of
many to know tlujj^ last nlght Mr. Roose?
velt issued a Htatwiient'" eaylng that ln
no ovent would ho stand for a second
nomlnatlon, but would regard hls service
as Presldent followlng McKinley's death
hls frst term. Thls relleves one natural
ground for apprehenslon, but does not
assure us of a. reasonablo hopo of eacape
from tho self perpetuating dynasly whlch
controls ,the Republlcan party. We may
not have Roosevelt, but wo wlll, lf tho
Republlcan plans como to frultlon have
another mosterful man in Secretary Taft
or ex-Secretary Root. lt is a far cry to
1608 and tha Issues that will bo ln control
then. Between llo four years. which arc
prenant wlth posalblllflos, whoso linport
?a_n hardly ho guessed at. Thls much ut
least they wlll do; thoy will dovelop the
ldta of contraJized government beyond
even the dreuuii of such a federailst of
AJeoca-nder Hamllton If Mr. Roosevelt's
vnsx pollclea go unchecked, nnd thcri.-ln
lies tho danger of iho Hituation?und iho
need for the Democrat. of tho country
v> remaln organlzed and aggressive in
their defense of our constltutlonal rlghts.
Great Rise in Stocks.
Tho last two months havo wltnessi.il
the most exlraonilnury adyanco iu leud
ing stocks in Amorlca, One hundred und
twenty reprenonuttlve. stocks. T'J heln
chosen froni tlu. railroad companies nud
41 ijijiii tlie Industrlal comi>unles, show
an luereauu In market value of Jfl.lSS,.
678,000 slnco tho low point of August,
V.'Si. j hls ls praotically a b'ttllon and a
half IncreaHO ln tho actual wealth of tl.o
felociiholdei's In these 130 corporalluns ln
_ matter ol some 11 months, umj lt ln
a most xulklng commenlary on the of
f,i-i of returning confidepce, i-rom the
hlyii i<o,nt ln IX'. thero was a steady
ftlll ni values and thu publio hccuniu
tliorpllghly 'oiivliK.ed that tlie matter
ot buying wnttred stocks and Investlng
In ovt-r-capltallzcfl Industrlos hnd hoen
.vrrdone. lt wus Btnerally belloved ut
thia tlmo thut wa would havu a paulo
. and one of the most' exiraordinury of Uie
recent flnancial occurrfcnees was the cop,
tlnutd fall ln VfUufcd witliout any wlld
*.-.iaiub|e to sell, it lu-euiue uppareut
gbtait May that both tht Democrats and
the Rt'publicuns would rujpilnate can.
tirvativu men and would n,?t attempt
any radlcat Ji-gislatlon In addltton lo
thls. we haa a burnper crop of corn und
ianother enormous (?ttoti nr');>, whlch
could b? marketed at hlgh prlces. The*o
tSTWA luti'.'jra iOX aa t-eiuai. ln values
wero further helj-ed by the fact that
thr-ro* hnd been a reductlon of expenses
nnd n return to economlcal methods ln
nll tho railroads and mntuifacturcs
throughout thls country. As n result ol
these comblned Jnfluences the demand
for Investinonts hegan to Incrense nnd
the vnJues of tho rallroad sto.-ks hnvo
advnnced 25 per cent, nnd lndustrlnl
stocks hnve ndvanccd nearly SO ror cent.
For examp-o. the Chesapeako and Ohlo
stook ls worth to-d?y $12,000,000 more than
lt wns ln Augusf, 1903. Loulsvlllo and
Nnshvlllo is worth tK.WO.OOO more. South?
ern Rallway common ls worth J23,O00,(0O
more, nnd the Southern Rallway prefer?
red ls worth $10,000,000 more. ln the ln*
dustrinl stocks Atnerlcati Can hns nd
i-anccd J2,0CK).00ti and tho preforred $12,000,
!O0.. Amerlcnn Locomotlvo common hns
idvnnced S4.7i~.tKX). nnd tho preferred lias
idvanced J4,75O,l)O0, nnd Uie preferred hns
lias ndvanced $'_".000,O00. Tennesseo Coal
ind Iron, $7,000,001); Unlted States Steel
:oinmon, $65,(X?,O00; Unlted States Stcol
To state tho enso dlfferently, ln 1903
Ihe corn crop wns ln round figurca 2,244,
KXi.OOO buahciia, bolng valtied at $9;>2,MiS,tK)0.
rho wheat crop wus 637,821,000 bushels,
rnlued at $443,024,000. Tho vnluo of both
:rops was $1,89."i,SIJO.O00, whlch ls $93,000,
XH) less than Uio valuo represented by
Jio rJse ln theso 120 stocks. Tho cot?
ton crop lnst year was 10,400,000 bales
md was valued nt $''2,000,000. Tho cot
lon and oorn crbjia comblned nro JS3,
100,000 less thnn the Incrense of stock
values. It wo Id seem from tho forogo
,ng that confldence hns rcturned. How
Car tho market can ndvnnco ovor present
?irlccs wlll nnturnlly depend upon. tho
nowor of tho publlo to absorb moro
stocks at hlgh prices.
Buffalo Bill's New Game.
The .-genlal Colonel W...F. Cody, whoso
?.reatlvo ablllty ln new cnte,rtnlnments hns
?ilready added 80 much to the joy ojf tlu
srowried heads nnd- nobllity of Europe,
has concelved nnother dellghtful amuse
-nont in offerlng n man hunt to the nohlc
Engllsh and mllllonaire New Torkers,
tvho are vislting him at hls home In
In thls day of seemlng cxcltemcnt nnd
welty are comrnodities whoso marked
/alue depends solely on the sklll wlth
whlch their lnventor offers them for
sale. Having dlned wlth Klng* Edward
VU., who won then Prince of W.ales,.and
umted wlth Uie Quorn pack arrayed ln
he conventionnl regalla of tho dlmft
lovel scout, and attended Dy an escort
>f Indlnns nnd cowboys, Colonel Codj
etyrned to Amerlca leavlng behlnd hlm
he bellef that ln Wyomlng alone could
he laden yojuth of London and Parls flnd
eal life. This bellef has sent many a
?oung sprig of nobllity hurrylng across
ea and land to slt'at the feet of the
Teatest teller of Western scout storles
n the world. Also there could be eaflly
ound and kllled large numbers of pcace
ul elk. all of whlch tended
trengthen the opinlon of the amateur
dmrods that they were mlghty hunters.
,ut, ns .Mr. Klpllng says: "The best
s the liunUng ofman" and a gang of
lesperadoes having conslderatcly undcr
aken to loot a bank and klll the cashler
Juffalo Bill hns been cnabled to offer
ils guests the rare novelty of a man hunt.
t ls noteworthy that all tho guests dld
lOt accept, for not even tho protecllng
.lgis of Colonel Cody's farne would stop
n outlaw from shootlng somo obstruct
n'g pursuer who had come out merely
'to see how they catch desperacioes in
Vyomlng, don't you know."
lt perchnnce the bank robbers do get
:aught thero wlll be storles of valor told
n Now York and London clubs thls win
er bosldo whlch tho heroism of Port
\rthur or Llao Yang wlll be as nothlng.
*vnd Buffalo Blll wlll havo stlll further
?ndeared himself to the hearts of the
ileasure t>eekcrs of two great cupituls.
Freight Rates in England.
The Britlsh Board of Trado is having
)no of its perennliil arguments wlth ti.t
British farmer over the (juestlon of
rrelght rates that are alleged to he un
falrly bencflclal to tho Americans. On
tho face of lt, lt seems eminently tinjust
lhat the Amerlcan shlpper should pay
twenty-fivo ghllllngs a ton for ment from
Llverpool" to London, while the farmers
who Uvo nt Chester and ln the surround
Ing country p;iy forty shllllngs for the
same class of frelght. The satno diffcr
onco proportioiintoly ls shown to exlst
between rates for ment sent trorn 1/iiitlun
Lo Amerlca, via Soilthampton, and that
rulsed ln tlie nelghborhood of Southamp
ton by Engllsh lariuers, "Thls outrag
bous discrlmlnatlou" has caused a furoro,
but upon the statement mado by tlie
off end Ing compajiles the Board of Trado
wns compelled lo admlt llmt lt wus wm*
ply a business proposlllon, Tho forolgij
meat trade at Llvwpool 's ostimated at
$"*",000,!/X) a yoar, und lt hus Ihe- further
lidyantago of belng rcgular, There Is a
meat trnln that goes up every day, curry
liig twenty-slx cars, and ioadpd wlth
slxty-llvo tons uf moat, Tlie certainly of
the ijtirtlc and H? enormoua bulli cliublcs
tlio railroads to <|iioiu a very much lower
price por ton thnn they could fur tho
occasioiial and unciit.iln ahlpiuerits mado
by local farmors, Thls aniiwer ius h<ion
cuiihldeicd HiitlBluctory by tlm r-liroudji
uud by the Bpard <>t Trado, tlioujfh u
has npt hi-.<r-n aoeepied by tha f_rmfir_, it
is Uio old ijuetitlQli of c-Ttalnty ot rev.
ciiue. Tho laruiors niiiflit utilvo thu qui'B
tlun If they saw llt tu do no l,y poollh_
thelr Imslncbs, ns On, frult-i.ii.vi;> do
ilirougliout tlio iSuuth; but In tl,, ,n,., ;,. .
ufnuiii cpmblnatioi) Uiuru would uppoui
to !?? no otht-r rudresB for tho home pi'o
Tho American iiutitute of Bank, Clerk.
lias ,,. , ...; i.i'i-d u liovol hlld liitii,.. t.
cojileB*. uiii'uig leadlng bank ci' rlm, ivhk'li
ls now tu .progir-i-s. Tfllil pont< i i? in
decldo which miiojitf tlm tn.,1 farijiy ot
i.iom-y haiidlera ln tiw i.-miii,;; bmiv
I'thi ciiiriti-y Ih tlu; ni',*t raphl, uccuralu
anO iiiuiiu |n t'u<: inuttor o( '-.i.i-.u:, t, _i |
I hiindllnjf miioh mon*yt 1'htro -.. ?
conii*_t of U1I4 <-hui;? t-i*ir ii.,- othor day
? ln Chleo_o, Tw.lva packa.i o| I .
of js, no ui.,} ijo denomlii itlont * 8 .*
, gating 16,000 BOch, v.irc ??? ,.-.,?:,- | i,,
j tweive Clilcu.d bank <:l?rl_> to bo count
ed. Tho first prize waa won by Lemoyrie
S. Hatch, of the Flr?t National Bans,
ln twcnty-ono mlnutna six nnd four-flfths
Kuconds. "Mothods, nccurncy and epeed
wero tho ess&htlal polnts of tlie contest,
Tho wlnnor flnished hla taslt ono mlnut?
nheiid of tho counter who received the
second prlzo. Tho man who stood
third flnished in twenty-flvo mln?
utes ten seconds. Men from dlfferont
banks nddcd up on mnehincs 500 chocks,
rimultiff from 90 conts to JSJO.OOO nnd o?r
StegatlnB $1,600,000. Tho flrst prlzo wns
won by Frefl B. Robyn, ot tho Flrat Na?
tional, In eicven mlnutes thlrty-nlno nnd
four-flfths seconds. Hls nearest com
pelltor performed the work ln twelvo mln.
utes flfteen and four-flfths seconds.
A Wnshlnjrton company, called the BaU
tlrshlp Malne Salvngo Company, has paid
$5,000 to tho Cuban government, and thus
acqllired full control of tho wreck of the
unfortunnto war shlp thnt was blown up
in tho harhor nt Hnvanna.
Thls compnny Intcnds to ptocoed imnio
dlntely wlth tho work Of ralslng- tho
Malno from lts long rostlng Hnco. -A cof
fcr-dani wlll bo built around tho -wreck.
nnd it will bo ralsed. ln thls conditlon
lt Is to bo exhlblted to tho people of Hn
vnna, who havo curloslty to seo lt- Then
a now bottom ls to bo put under the
wreck, and lt wlll be towefl to Coney
Island and exhlblted na a curloslty.
It ls expected that tho romnlns of
somo of the seventy-four sullora -whoso
hodles wero not recovered nfter tho dls?
aster oeoilrrod.wlll bo found and rostored
to tho relatlves ln those casea whero the
latter deslro lt. J.I
Just ns wo nre getting used to the jnw
brenklng names or the Russlnn generals
fighting ln Manchurla, hero comes newa
from St. Petersburg that n new liatch ot
eommanders nre to go there to have thelr
unpronouncable nnmes flgure dally In.tho
reports of any battlcs of tho ne^.t future.
The nmioilncement Is mnde that our old
frlends, Generals Dinevltch nnd Kaulbars
nre ? to convmand tho First nnd Thlrd
armles, respeetlvcly, and that Generals
K.utnevltch nnd Sellvanoft wlll command
tho Twenty-second and Thlrty-sevonth dl
vislons of tlio Flrst corps, whose chlef,
General Jleyendorff, ls reslgning on ac?
count. df ,111 lioalth. .G-eneral Slouchovsky,
commander of the .Tenth corps, hns alao
rcsigned, nnd it ls oxpected that he^'wlll
be succeeded by Genernl Jzerpltsky. ?*
National election comes by law on the
first Tucsday nfter tho flrst Monday
in November. It can full as early as
the second day of tho month and not
lnter thnn the elghth. Yesterday .was
the flrst time since 1SC4 It. fell on the
latest possible date.
Llt'tlo Miss Cuba ls presenting a.yery
instructlvo object lesson to her instruc
tor, Uncle Sam. Her court of appeals
has refused clemency to a lot of men
convlctcd of stufflng the ballot box. '
If Rojestvensky explalns thnt . llttle
flshlng frollc to tho satislacUon of all
concernc-d, he can Inimedlately get a Job
as an up-tn-date war correspondent.
If the Japs would load tlielr guns wlth
some of the'jokes the American para
graphers aro firing al Port Arthur the
wholo buslneKR would fall ln two hours.
Italy is tn havo an election next Sun?
day. In this country we had ours on
Tuesdny, but dld a lot of getting ready
Tho Virginia election roturns with a
copy of the new Cohstitutipn linndy wlll
prove a very Interesting study for some
tlme to come.
We move thnt all Vlrglnia polltlcal
matter he now referred to tlie peace con?
ference for at least six months.
Richmond people don't seem to take
quite so vlgorous a dellght ln votlng ui
they used to.
Anyhow there isn't any questlon as to
who Mr. Cleveland supported and voted
for thls tlme;_ ,
"All over except the shoutlng;" nnd
thanks, nwfully, that can't last. long.
Now, please don't open the Stato ennv
palgn untll the proper tlme arrlves.
Personal and General.
Dr D. K. Pett'sona hn>: riddfttl tr> hl_
bohefaetions a glft of $.0,000 to Park
College, at Parkvllle, Mo.
Medora Honson Cook, daughter of Rev.
P. g. Henson, pastor of Ti-einoni Xcrwplo,
p.oion, haa been elected profeaspr of *lnK
Jn_ ln the. Royal Cplleao of .\lusk-, Lon?
MLsk ISllza Gordon Drowplng, the puh?
llc llbrariun ol' Indlanapolts, Is said to he
Lhe only woman at the head of so large
a llbrary. She began as un ossurtant
and sorved ln ulmoM every eapueity.
Secretary Tnfr played golf up ln Cnn
adil last i ununer with ,t justlce of tho
Supremo Court, a clergymuri nnd a city
mugslatKite, Tlie lljrlrtPHt ln welght ?.f
lhe ljunrtotto owned 1o SOO pounds, They
were duhhed "the 1,1/W-poiilld four.so-me."
l'aul de Casaagnut', the pronilnnnt Oonn.
pnrtlst deputv aud JounuVHst, und pnro
tlu; ino.-i notorlous dnclllst In Franco,
dlni November Uli. Ile was Hlxty-cno
years oid ?nd began Ihls jouriiiiiisiio ca
ii-! .ii ,tho uge of nliieiecn.
, England'ti Fish Cannery.
After iniiiv attomplo u tucci'Shl'ul lltdi
innt ry Bconi: lo li xva heon o?lal)ll#lied
ii |3i gland (I I* on tlie haiiks of tlie
? [i ii ri i!n -Iv. ii !? I'i'd, the Tytio
irann uiiwi have foupd tholr way to Au-<
,.!i,i .liipan, Chlna, Iiidlu, Ceylon, New
'.<? i.-iiid S'Milti Anmticu, the wefit coast
ij Afiir-a, t > M'-illten.'inean ports, und
iom tho Cape up country to Klmboiley
nrl lhe Tr.. ' v wil
FAI1LY MORALITY OF JAPANESE.
Peculiar Rcstrictions on Conduct
of Husband and Wife in Pub?
lic?Marriage Arranged by
Parents?Man's Duty to, Pa?
rents Ahcad of Duty to Wife.
Evil?"Three/ Obediences" of
Women*?Ideal Set for Them
by Japanese Moralist,
By Edmund Buckley", Ph. D.
(The UiiivorsHy ?f Chlcngo; for slx yenrs
Professur of riillosopiiy lu tho JJushl
Blia College,'Kyoto, Jiiipu-u.)
(Copyright, 1904, *by Jofceph B. Uowlos.)
iN CN'lil ol' my walks abroad,
' when boglnni-ng resldcnco In
Kyoto elghtcuii yenrs ago, I
."?pieu* a man tiilklug nkmd to
iilmsolf o? hc wvtlked along the
olroet. Naturailly, l supposea
_o 11 case ot ncrvous ovorstrnln,
and tnat tho Httlo lady who ntiibled along
nbout u foot to tho rt-ar wns irppulntod to
watch hlm. But no; tho man wns snne,
thn womnn hls Wlfe; he was tulklng to
hor, though he looked straJglvt ithciid, and
such was tho Invuriofblo cllStom of thu
lind. To walk ubrcost would have boVui
uxorlous, to liirk nrtn" scundnlotis, to
convorso togethor susp'.clous, nnd to klss
utterly dlsgustlng. "ISvery tlmo I seo
forelgnors Mss lt glves mo n. slck,.' was
the comment made by an ludignnnt Jn-p
nnese, for, llko hls countryinen ho asso?
clated klsslng nnd all -such Intlmuclcs
?hetween the sexes ns proper only to tho
iprlvlleges of marrled life. Thls Judgment
upon a slmplo net opens up n. vlsta into
tho structure of the famlly und lts cor
respondlng irioralltles und proprletles,' ns
conceived 'by tlio Jnipunese.
Not the indivldun.l, :is with us, hut tho
fnnillv is the soclnl uirlt In Ja.nan. Prlor
to tho ?promulgntioH of tho new law codes
ln 1K9S, whlch reglster the ludlvldlinl nnd
mako hlm dlrectly nccountaibld to them.
tho fn.mily wns responslble for acts or
Ils members through Its one l.egal head;
It mlght t?3 grandfa'lier. father. or, by
nrefcrencp. the oldest son. as soon as
he wns nble to conduct uffalr.*-. In nny
case, nuthorlty followed power to Uie
man. When a man chlld ls 'born Into the
world, wrltten congrattilatlons. are sho-w
cred upon the dnvppy pnrents^toutgoniy
?omlnous sllencc follows the Mrth.-pf a
gll-1. AVhen chlldren reached a marrlage;
nble ago the parents selertcd a siutnblo
partner for hlm or 'her, nnd excopt in rare.
cases of Inswperablo ropiignanco. the
cholce would be accepted. The bridCjAVflS
brought to the R-room's housc-ho d **here
sho rnnked ns an adopted dattgMWft.*#*"
tho duty of pleaslng. not so much her
husband whlch would too solnsli as he
parents-ln-law,. Llkowlse, sons could
not 'invest thelr efforts or means ln dlrec
lons not sancttoned bv paroiUid and
Krandparental approval, for whoro mnr
rT_r?c"takes placq earl-.- the famlly is llkely
to .he ni lnrge one. Should the wlfe prove
insatlsfnctory to elther husband or par?
ents, she could -be divorccd. ln whlch case
_?S -amllv" aSarT .%nan Adopted
into^a somessffamTly'by marrying hm
to one of the daugtoterscould be dls
mlciSf*d"*'H' j"__n_ tinsatls-factory. u is
vS\ rrom0thesc fact., that lnjJapan oU
Indlviflual intercsts nre *I*^?tr.f,L"ay2rtn0
securlng the ipeace and perpetulty or tno
famlly. . , .
Consoquently the prlme .?lMo"?.?J}}'/,
famlly ls the fllllal ono, the prirnd dul-.
obed ionce; and there is noj,?W?W_fe*
for It'than the Chi-stlan doctrlne, that a
man should.leavej father and mother to
cle-avl toMUs wlfe." Yv-oi,d.*rful storles are
told ln Iho' ''Four-and-TAyenty Pwagons
of Fillal- Ploty.!* a_*. examplos of this
primoldrtuV Orvo dutlful son. though 70
vears old, used on occaslon to dress In baby
cloUies, ln order to de'ude IiIh parents
Into the notkw that "they wero still
young! AnoUier hardy youth used to lo
unpovefed at night, in order lhat tho
nioeqtiitoes mightj fatten upon hlm and
leave his parents to slumbcr ttndlsturbed.
The very extravagance of theso storles
was probablv meant to impress tho Ju
?venlle mind wlth the supreme import
nnce of fillal reverenco nnd solf-sacrlflco;
and thero can bo no qucsliian that Japun
esc children exerclse' these virtues to a
degrec that puts the American chlld tn
shume. They not only obey, but do so
wlthout the pertness. murmur. quibble or
delay that fieiiueiitly rhar such obedienco
as is in fact rendered by chlldren ln
Amerlca. This. of course, ls not a fault
nttrlbutuble to chlld nature here nor
even to Ihe parents'. nnture, but to tho
social .system now taken &a Ideal, whlch
.social system now taken ?s Ideal. which
Is an extererho indivldualism that Inclines
each member of the famlly to plc-nse
hlm w her.self Instead of lts natural rujer,
ptiest and Judge.
a . ...
lt ns we have seen above. tbe In
dlvl'duallstlc famlly glves tho ohJld an un
due liberty, whlch trains hlm lor awless
ness later on, tlio communalistlc famiiy
favors llcenso on the part of tho father,
and thls llcenso has issued in lhat P?'y
gamy whlch eonstitutea tho hereilltary
cur.se of thn whole Orlent. because lt
reduces the worth of the wlfe and there
wlth tho boiiefit of hor compnnlonship to
mnn. Justlflcntion for concubinage was
found 'tn tlie comblned rellgious und poll- j
ticnl demand for tho peirpetuatlon of the
fiimlly, but.comrnonly, of course, the wife
would have sufflced to thls end. Tho
great Iyeyasu declared in hls "1-ega.cy
thnt "Sllly aud Ignorant men neglect
their true wlvcs for the sako of a loved
mlstress, nnd thus disturb tho most lm?
portant relatlon. MJ-ri so fur aunk as thls
may always he known ns samural wlth?
out fldeltv or .sluccrUy." -I031- modern
wrlters lu Jupan also condemn concuhl
img'e, under whatever pretoxt. as a. bar
io proercsfi in clvilnUon, Ibiit tho new clvll
code of 1W dld not yet venturo to make
il, anv moro than occoslonat Intldellty, a
grbuhd for dlvorce against tho husband,
though It docs make it *o. of course,
ngalnst tho wlfe, ln otlipr respeets this
new code marks commendablo progress (n
tho posltlon nf womon in Japan. She, can
now becomo head of a famlly, can Inlurit
nnd own property. can excrclso pnrenlal
authorlty, und, lf nlngl0 or wldowod. can
ndopt Dhlldron, Tho imperlal examplo ls
llkewlso promotlng reform In thls direc
flon.. The cni].rcss has appeared several
tlmes nt tbe em.peror's sldo, nnd an Im
perJal sllvm- weddlng was observed ln
1R92, bnili ncltmis bolng unprecodontcd ln
.1,-ipfinew history. Slmilarly ut the wed-t
dlng r,f tbe Prlncn Imporlal ln 191*0. tho |
pjedgos made we.ro mutuol, nnd at t.ho *
Rivbgenuenl receptlon the Imperlal brido
stood bt-sldt?not hdvlnd?her Imperlal
An lu all coiintrlos the society of iowns
romoto friMii centers of luxury oir travel
d-miuidi'ii chnstity from tho youth of.
botb hoxoh, but aftor marriago no such
r.-strictlnii was plncecl upon tho man. ln
tlie villoijOH nnd cn.?tle towns of old Japan
no provislon f?r illlcit Indulgeneo could be
found nnd In other towns tho women coiu
cerned were rlKT'dly oonflnod to restricted
riuarteru, f.eglslatora Mt compelled to:
allow BOma pliicn of resldenco to what
Ivcvusn eiilleri "tho cftterplllnrs or locusts
of the uoiintrv;" but, of course, Iho best
Hontlment nlwnys derrind them. "Samural
iiniHi lnve I, ciro nf t.helr'words, und nro
nol to spenlc of uvnrloo, cowni'dice, or
lnst." Whi-n ono remombors tho abhor*
tencp ln wblch tho siimunil held nvarlce
,'uid enwardli.', ho may conclude that
IU-.I, (oo. wns hold In horror by thls mlli
tnry einvs. .
'Hut nlil Jimrtii hnd learned from nel the,
Kii'iiidban. C'onfucliinlsin i>or Unddhlsm,
any mi'-h ceverenco for women ns wa uo
rive from our Tttetorilc Hlicostors, or re
H-Tj-d for miin'ii clutsllty. as.. wfl .havo
I'-nrtied from llolin.-w sources. And slnco
ib. old fuf-.Pi> ipntrlotlona hnvo vanlslied ?
und m*w wn-Vtli Iuih como In, llcentlous. i
i'i-m-i hns nillu-i- iiicreused, llndlng lts j
sinuiuhnldii In (hose open 'portu, llko
Vdkohnmq mil .\* guankl. wlier_ JiMiuncso
(ind forelgniu'H livo to'iretjior, freoil from
Ihu ustiur restrnins of famlly ii'nd omn*
niunlly, nnd thircfore ln wliat is, moiully
kik-uI.r, ii iiii-iu m's l.'i'nd. As for thn
.1 .ii'iitu-se, II ln KiriftH wondi'f that tlm
iiuui, nut .hnvliig <-h->?i*n his wlfe, should
i.fti-n ilud lioi* imofintrmijal und dlvorce
im: br, lrlnii wciiried of mere gnodnesn,
? ii'uiM rosorl t<n- i-i-lnxutlon tn tho vro
fi'nuinnt] onloriainoirs called geiiilin,.
, i in. ,| |n .nm,... nm' !(?, uteraturo, and nll
nllfml urt?. rpilte llko Ihe holnira of old
i.!r."fi- Tbe Jttpatiose know h?l' Wi-l f??' \
, a, moiu) nuko, the "cat," whon. owwsj
aro fleshed ujion men's heoris. Sho, how?
ever, -was too expcnelvo to do na much
harm ns- tho Joro, or woman of scnsuul
piensure; b'ut both must and wlll yleld
ground to tho coming woman ln Jnpan.
now Hiclng educiited ln thu public schools,
ilioth hlgh ond low, nnd thweby oqulpped
tn supply the mnn wlth cumpauloiiBhlp ns
well aa domestlc saivlce. onu out of
every three puplls ln lhe pfiinury schools
is now n Klrl. utid higher glrls' sclioohi
aro estaiilishod ln ovoi-y provlnco of tho
lujid. , ;
Tt ls plensont to lurn from thla dark plo
turo to tho splcndldly brlght ono proBHtloil
by tho Jnpftnoee woman. Hnd tlio prntB?
invlshcd upon her bern bestowod hy forolgn
men only, It might bo open to questlon, but
when women itlio pralso women, tliey must l.e
pni-ngnns of vlrttlc, Itidead. Only debftUcltod
fcrolgnors havo soen enuso for lilame, nnd
thls thoy dld not flnd, but mnde. Htlch distln
l-ulnlii'il men as Kir KdwlH Arnold, Captaln
llrlnkley, Mniileniinl Foulk ntul t.nfcntllo
lloarn wcddcd .fnpnneso Indics: nnd Miss Allco
M. Hncon Justly mndo hor "Jnpnnefio Oirla
nnd Women," ono oontlnuous pnenn of prnise.
The pntrlnrclml famlly system under whleh
tlils rnro CKntUrO wns produced required thnt
the "superlor lnnn" aet ln rlghteonsncBs; nml
then, on tho nsnumptlon tliat ho dld so, re?
quired thnt tho woninn pny to.hlni "three
obedlonco"; obcdlence, whllo yet unmnrr ed,
to her father; Obcdlence, when ninrrled, lo her
husbnnd, nnd that htisband's pnrcntp, nnd
obodhneo, when wldowed, to her son! And
plenty ot ohedlenee seems to hnvo mndo her
nt nny rnte, perfeet. ftlie wns never III used,
nover conflncd to tlio houso, never vellcd when
abroad, but yet she hnd to yleld ns n tnlnor
to rnnn, without even tho rewnrd thnt gnl
laiitry always gnvo to woman In tho Wcs:.
? ? *
Hero Is tho Idcal set for woman by tho
morallst Knlbnra ln hls "Woman's Clrcut
Denrnlng." it ls by no means all wrong,
nnd tnlRht cveu provo proflinblo leadlng to
tho women of unoilier country: "Tlm only
qunlltleH thnt lic-flt n .woman nre geullo nlio
dlonoe, chastlty, mhrcy nnd quletness, ? ?. ?
Kvcn ut lhe perll or her lire, lniist sho hnrd-n
licr heart lllte rock or metnl, and otmorve
the rulcB ot proprlety. * * * A woninn has
n-.i pnrtlculur f.urial lord. She mimt iosk
to her husbnnd uh her lord, nnd must servo
hlm wlth nll roverenco und worsh.p, no! Ue
. Bplalng or thlnklng llghtty of hlm, The grcut
llfolong duty of u woman Is obcdlence. ln hor
deallng. wlth hor husband, both'tho cxpres
slon of her cnuiitcnnnce and the stylo ot her
address should be courtoous, humblc nnd eon
cillntory, never peevlsh und lntrnctnble, nnvnr
rudo and nrrognnt; thnt should bo a woman's
flrst nml chletist cure. ? ? ? A woman should
look upon hor husband as If ho wero heaven.
Itself, nnd never weary of thlnklng how sho
may yleld to her hushnnd, aml thus oscape
vielcstlnl cnatlgntion. ? ? ? j_et her nover
fvon drenrn ot Jonlousy. If her husband be
dlssoluto, she must oxpostulnto wlth hlm. but
never olther nursc or vent her anger. lf her
Jenlousy bo extremc, It wlll rondcr her counte
nnnco frlghtful nnd her nccents repulslvc, nnd
can only result In compietely nllonntlng her
husband from ___? nnd maklng hor Intolernble
in hls eyes." When woman shnll some dny
tako to composlng mornl codes for mnn, what
a suporb chnnen sho ot Jnpon wlll enjoy In
getting even wlth thls old Knlbnra. who
underatood so nlcely whnl a woninn should be
nnd dol ?
* * ?
The Jnpanese woman's success nt thls pesky
problem of ploaslng may bc leurned. ns afore
snld, from nll competent wltnesses. Khe,
P-nd not Its Ivortos, bron.es, onumols or por
celalns, ls the thlng most marvelous made
in Jnpnn. She stands the pcerless prortuct of
a eoclal system . whlch repressed nll self
asse tlon und maflo sclf-sncrlflce an obllgatlon
of overy ono to some one. That system lins
recently pnssed nwny, nnd no such type of
womnn mny ever renppenr upon enrth. Cer?
talnly no Industrlal compotltlon wlth her com
ranlnn mun enn ever produco such soft-volcsd
converse, such gentle ways, hucIi exqulslte
tnct, such chlldllkc iwet and such supreme
dcvotlon to mnklng others happy. Wltbout
beauty of tho western type, sho can stlll
chnrm tho ,wcstcrner by the lncomparable
grnce of ho? every movement. I'lvcn thls,
however, must fnil to charm, dld It not cx
pr ss tho klndllness, the rtoclllty, tho
sympnthy. tho tcndcrncsB wlthln. But, onco
having expressed them, the art nnd tho vlrtuo
ullko are complete. ln tho pntrlnrclml hous"
hold woman could command nothlng nnd must
thereforo perforce wln what she could !_?
sunBlon ond eharm. 8ho has been called a
slster of chnr ty, but wns more, belng daugli
ter-ln-law, and wlfe, and mother In one.
with n plety wlthnl thnt eonstltutes her tho
Bt. Elizabeth of Hungary? the salnt nnd wlfe
ln onf-nraon? the natlond] typoB of woman.
The Jnpnneso woman's lot may seem to have
been hnrd, but so was tha man's. Ho llved
for hls lord, she llved for hlm. He now
llves for country, and she stlll for hlm, nnd
surely both are hlcssod In thelr deed! The
codes are chsnglng ln tli* dlreetlon of that
Inillvldunl llberty we rlghtly osteem to be
prlcelcps, but sentiment nnd eustom wlll long
pre?erve to Jnpan enough of tha old fnmlly
aw to keep llb-rty frnni running rlol, nnd tho
Indtvlflual from thlnklng himself "tho whole
An Appeal for the Poor.
To tho Ladles of 'Rlchmond:
I wrlte to ask that you all wlll think
of the poor nnd unfortunnte, etpeclally
lhe old and little chlldren, now the cold
weather Is coming. I havo fo many cnlls
for clothes and shoes. M-any girls'could
go to work, und boys also, ,but they have
no shoes or clothes fit to wear. Many
cases are brought to mo now, nnd al'l
want clothes. Any thlngs you havo that
you can-dlspenso with wlll be so grate
ftilly received nnd wlll help the citv mls
slon ladles so much In tholr work lunon's
tho poor. Do not glve money or any?
thlng to ibeggur.s nt the door; Just tell
them to como to No. &_l Knst Maln
Street, nnd I will look after them. By
dolng thls It wlll help thls assoclation
and not pauperlzo tho poor or make more
beggars. If they are worthy and really
needy, they wlll come to mo nt No. 821
East Maln. I hope thls request wlll not
he in vnln, as my hox Is empty and my
11st of requests for clothes ls a long one.
"Tho Lord loveth a chee-r.ul glver."
F. M. WREN,
Secretary Assoclated Chnrltles.
A Few Foreign Facts.
Statlstlcs show thut the blrth rato ln
tho largest. Gorman :towns Is ptestdl-ly do
crenslng, notuhly ln Berlln; Chnrlotten
burg, Hamburg and Crofeikl.
Thero ls not n slngle Ktatue ln Dondon
tn nn Airchblshop of Canterburv from
Thqmos a'Becket to fRandall Duvldson.
At the old royal stables at Versalllos It
Is proposed to hold ii.ii exhibition of car
riages, harness and llveries of all datos.
The number of slck and wounded sol?
diers under trea'tmeivt in Japan toward
tho end of last month was 15,000.
It ls said thal, ?uvo ln the caso of
royalty, no exponse for medlcal attend
nnco in J.ngland haa ever oqualed that
Incident to the lllnees of L<ady Curzon,
formerly Miss Mlnry lyolter, of Chlcago.
Slr Thomas Barlow, amiong tho moat an
inent i>hyslclans 1n Great BrltaJn, wns
recnlled from abroad and hns spent days
at a Hlme at Walma, us havo other
ju-ofnsslonal mon scarcely loss colehrnted.
"Lnxn takes the plnee nf calomel."
WOOD'S SUK1) STOItKS.
lf you wftpt eggs diinn^ tha
wlntor, you muat foed Animal
Foods, Bttch as
to tnUe the place of the lusoots,
worms, etc, whlch pouitry get
OYSTER SHI3LLS 8nd GRIT
are alsoprlme nocessUlea, Our
Roultry Supply Cntaiog telln
what to use and how to ie'.ii
for Success .and Proflt ivlfh
t!_ S. Ii'oiirtciMith St.|
Cor. Blxtli (tnd Mi?vsli?U titxt.,
1707 B. P?'?nUUn St.
' The use of Royal Baking Powder is
essential to the healthfulness of the
' i ? i
Ycast ferments the food.
Alum baking powders are injurious.
Royal Baking Powder saves health.
ROYAL DAKIN0 POWDER CO., NEW YORK,
THE CANDIDATES CHEERED
AS THEY CAST THEIR BALLOTS
An Enthusiastic Crowd Grccts
Judge Parker When Hc Ap
pcars at Kingston.
ROOSEVELT IS WELCOMED
He Votes lmmediately Upon
His Arrival at Oyster Bay
and Is Cordially Received.
(By Assocluled Press.)
KINGSTON, N. Y., Novomber 8.?Judpo
Parker slept later to-day than ho had
ln mnny months. The Judgo and hls
secretary, Mr. Causiand, took the bnck
bonr_ nnd drove to Klnston, whero they
enst their bnllots,
Judgo Parker drove up to the o',d pot?
tery /on Grecnkill Avenue, the. votlng
place of the Thlrd DUtrlct of the Nlnth
"Ward at 10:40 o'clock. A crowd of
Kinsston nelghbors hnd nssembled to
welcome him, und he was received wllh
The Judge passed tlio relns to Mr. Me
Causluud and stopped from hls wngon.
Halpli Ftnnegan. a slx-ycar-old boy,
who.io house adjolns the pottery, rusiwd
out und was tlie flrst to shako banda
wlth tho candldate.
"I hope you will bo elected," ho told
"Thank you." tho Judge replied, with a
laugh. "You aro a great boy."
Several frlends claimed' the judgo's at?
tentlon, and ho shook hands many times
before rcachlng the pottery. Tlie crowd
?wlthln tho pottery also chcered. and the
judge -was compelled to hold a brlef
Informal reception before he could reach
tho votlng ottlcials. Judge Parker gave
?his name and answered thut hls resldence
wns No. 30 Plna Grovo Avenue, whlch
is tlio home of hls son-ln-law, the Itev.
Charles Merccr Hall.
After coniplylng wlth all the formallties,
tho Judgo passed Into a booth and re
malned hnlf a mlnute. Ho camo out
and hunded hls folded ballot to a clerk
who deposltcd lt and announced "Alton
Brooks Parker votes ballot H7."
Then thero -was a flash and several
photographers obtalned plctures as the
Judgo'u ballot -was dropped into the box.
More cheers followed. The judgo ln
ouired If a flashllght wns nccc.?sary on
so flne a day. He shook hands with the
policeman on duty at the door and walk?
Crowds Greet President
As He Goes to the Polls
(By Assoclated Pross.)
OYSTHR BAY, N. Y., .November 8.?
Presldent Roosevelt and hls party ar?
rlved here at'Mt A. M. to-day on a spe?
clal traln'-from Long Island Clty. Prcsl?
dent Itoosevelt "wns drlven dlrcctiy from
the slntlon ln tho earrtage of Mrs. J.
Went Roosevelt to the polllng- places in
the flfth preclnct of Oyster Bay. There
ho east his ballot, No. IM.
Tho Prcsldent was received -wlth en?
thusiasm by an Immenso crowd. Ho
sprnng brlskly from hls cnrrlage, entered
the polllng place, nnd shook hands wlth
tho judges of tho election. Ho was glven
hls ballot and retlred lmmediately to ono
of th0 bootlis, remnlnlng in it senrcely
more tlian half tl mlnute. As he came out
an(| handed hls ballot to tho presidlng
Judgo a photograph was taken. As ho
turned away from tho ballot box ho was
cordially greeted by many old frlends
nnd acr'iunlntnnces who ha<i gathered to
;iee hlm. Dcsconding the stntrs. ho en?
tered 'tho oarrlago with Mra. J. West
Roosevelt nnd went for a drlvo. As hc
drove away the crowd choorcd him en
Back at Washington.
(Hy Assoelntod l'r'?M.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Novomlxr S.~
Presldent Roosevelt and IiIb pnrty, who
went to Oyster Buy last nlght to vote.
returned to Washington at 11:10 o'clock
thls nvonlng. Accompnnled by Captaln
Wllllam B. Cowles, he lmmediately on
tered a earringe nt tlm Pennsylvania Rail?
way station and wns drlven to the Whlto
TioiiHe. He cordially acknowled^ed tho
greHtlngs of tho spoetatorB who hud gath?
Fairbanks to Wrong Place,
But He Was Put Straight
(By ABBoelated Preun.) *
1ND1ANAPOU9, IND., Novembor S.?
Senntor Ciutiies W, Fairbanks, Ropubll
cun cundlduto fpr Vico-Presldent, voted
beforo noon. Hls two sons, Riohnrd und
Fredeiick, accompanled hirn to tlie polls.
The senator went to thn wrong polllng
hooth nnd wns direeted to his own pre?
clnot, votlng place. Several voters woro
ahoad or hlm. He wus In the booth
ono mlnute und twenty eeconds. "Hardly
had tlmo to voto her orooked, senntor,"
remarkod' a voter aa tho, senntor eumo
Crowd Cheers Bryan
When He Goes to Vote
_x (By Asaocluted Preus.)
I.INCOT./N. N13B., November 8.?Wllllam
J. Bryan voted nit Normal Preclnct, near
Falr Vlew, near hls country home, short
ly ufter noon, lils prosenco ut the polls
wns cheerod by a miuill crowd of Pcmo.
crnts. After votlng, Ml\ Bryan returned
jo hls homo and received tho returns
The Crowd Gave Way
For Grover to Vote
(By Assoolated rrcpn.)
PBINCETON, N. J,. ..uvember 8.?
Former presldent Qroyer " Cloveland
8trol)eci Into the Flrut Plstrlet polUn*
plaoi, whloh was pnly two blooks dlstant
from hls home, nt 10 o'clock to-day, an_
whon he appoarod the long llno gavo way
and allowed hlm to enter at onco
.Tho ex-Prcsldcrit cntne out of the booth,
and nfler a fow' words wlth n. frlend,
he snuntcred' back, to Westlands. >lr_.
Cleveland horself is much Interested ln
the outcomo of the, presldentlal contest,
nnd mnde nrrangcments to-day to have
the returns dcllvered nt her home where
a number of friends wlll bo on hand to
rccelve tho news thiis evenlng.
GREAT CROWD SEES
DISPLKY OF RETURNS
(Contlnued from Klrst Page.)
pleasure wer" heard on nll sldes at the
sptendl doffr-rlng, and, while the result
was not what most of tho crowd wished.
Ihere wns no dlsorder or trouble of any
kind; ahd everybody went home at mld
uight, \rlth happy recollectlonB of the
most complete efforts lo hand out oloc?
tlon returns ever seen ln Richmond.
Promptly at midnlght the announce
, ment' wns ma.la that frorn returns up
to lhat hour tho oloctlon of Rops.ivclt
| wus assurod. Tho flae-ilght east Its rc
flectlon against the northern skios, tho
people for mlles around saw It and wci
?! to bed. pleased or dlsplcased as tho case
i may have. been .tho blg im-gaphone waa
hushed, tho offlco cat went to jdeep,
und the tdltors and reporters and opera
I tors eettlod flown to ,ho reaI **vork of
flguring lt all out, and puttlng the paper/
1 lo press.
I V When Nature Is Milliner.
i It's such a beautlfui old world, It's -
I sharno not to enjoy It moro. It's nn nr
I tistlc old world, too, but do we stop to re
I nllzo the harmony wlth whlch nature
blends all her c-ffects? - .
When u woman gets a new hat or a
gown, she glves up her whole soul to
a wrc-nio wlth the problem as to how
to mako tho colors hurtnonlzc. Nature
takes nny old CdOr-, orange, purple.
green, plnk, blue. runs ihetn together, and
you can't plck out nn Inluumonious
htiuaro Inch. , , - ^
\Vhat would one womnn think of nn?
other whom she saw trylng to wear a
comblnatlon of brown. red. purple, yollow
'"llornb!"--*' But Iook nt the forest rfgntnst
tlie sky on a bright autumn .lr.y. Bame
coraWnatlon. onlv more so. and yet you
hold vour brcath In rapture.
Curlous, Isn't !t?-_V.tlanta Journal.
Sentiment Wouldn't Go.
The I/mdon Common Council refused
tho other day to appblnt an addiupnai
woman sanitnry inspector. Slr R. Jt.
Rogers. a member. was supported in ms
assertion that lt was only a sentlmentol
ldca that women mado better Inspectors
than men. Women adminlstered the law
verv unevonly. nnd tlx-y were fractlous
aiwi ftdl of cnptlces, and they gave an
uiilimlte.1 amount of trouble and annoy
Stop paying the old fashlon prices
for drugs hnd buy of Blanks, tho
Prescrlptlon Druggist, Ino.
MpGiilro's C. B. Pllls, p?r doz., Bc,
McOulro's C. B. Pllls, pcr 100, 25c.
Lndy Webster's Dinner or Stomach
Pllls, per doz..5o,
Lady Webster's Dinner or Stonw/h
Pllls, per 100.25c.
Lapactlo Pllls, per doz.5c.
Lapnctlc Ptlis, S. & D.. per 100, 27c.
Cold Cream, per jar.10c.
Warner's Cascara Cathartlo PIUs<
Warner's Cascara Cathartlo Pllls.
2-graln .Qulnlne Pllls, per doz., 6c,
Phosphnto of soda por Ib.1Bc,
Witch-IIazel, Best Distlllcd, per
Antlseptio Month Wash.15c
Antlseptlc Tooth Powder.16c
Hnrlem Oll, Bc. bottlo, 11 for.25c
Grovo's I?ixattve Bromo Qulnlno
Tablets, per box.16c.
Nlght Cold Cure, per box, 10c, or
Wo sell no artlcle at full price.
That means wo cnn savo you
money on all #drug storo goods.
You need no longer wnlt for a trlp
to Broad streot to get the best
prices, Wo.j havo seven stores, lo
cated-^n nllpnrts 0f tho clty, rltrht
aV'yogr door, where you can* get
tfio bes't prices.
' Itemomher wo have no. speclal
salo days or weeks. One prlco
to.all, year In nnd year out,
The Prescrlptlon Druaglst, lno?
Flfiesn Prescrlptlon Pharmsclsts
214 Kasl Broad Streot,
Ilancock and Clay Streets.
Beverly and Randolph Streets.
Plno-Btreet Phnrmaoy, 331 South
East Phnrmacy, Twenty-slxth
and Vonablo Stroots,
Phnrniacy, Twonty-eighth and N
Shlno's Dvug . Storo, Tw?nty
Ighth and Broad Stroots,