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With Mr. Carnegie combining the
character of American citizen, Scotch
laird, and chevalier of the French
Legion of Honor, it is small wonder
that he feels cosmopolitan enough to
undertake the role of making peace
for the world.
Once more Mr. Bryan has been
hurled out of a vehicle only to land
unhurt on his feet. It doesn't seem
to make any difference to him wheth
er it is a carriage or a band wagon,
he always lands right side up.
Bernard Shaw makes a vigorous
protest against Ambassador Bryce's
assertion that there arc no great dra
" matists or poets nowadays. It may
be added that Mir. Shaw considers
himself the greatest modern dramat
ist. The manager of the Taft boom in
Ohio, announces that Mr. Taft will be
a candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for the Presidency. This con
firms Senator Forakcr's suspicions.
Hope Forakcr won't have his linger
under the Ohio lid when Taft sits
down on it. It would be bad for the
Peary should not lose heart. Sub
scriptions for the "Farthest North"
fund miay be expected to increase now
the winter has closed.
Abe Rucf says he fears injustice in
San Francisco. But it's exactly the
other thing that scares him so much.
Addicks now wants to be mayor of
Wilmington. He must think Wil
mington is corrupt and contented like
In other days, the stories of un
savory divorce suits were expurgated.
, Now they seem to be Pittsburgated.
TWe prosperity that simply ignores
iwhat is called a panic, must be "the
A tailor at one of the Lake Michigan
Chatauqua resorts has offered to give
Taft a suit of clothes if he will be
one of the attractions at the Cha
tauqua this summer. This is a liberal
offer, when one considers the amount
Hot weather has not yet come. No
one is over anxious for its advent, but
the statement that the watermelon
crop amounts to 124,000,000 will make
the ultimiatc prospect a great deal
Another objection to those rapid
airship trips to Europe will spring
from the fact that passengers will
not be able to boast of having seen
a sea serpent on the way over.
That club woman who is severely
critizing the President's views on
race suicide, is likely to get herself
elected a member of the "undesirable
"Riding on the cowcatcher of a lo
comotive will cure consumption" says
a Russian doctor. Rest and quiet is
secured if the patient falls off while
the train is running at full speed.
"There is much interest in trifling
things" mused Dr. Aked, Rockefel
ler's new pastor. Dr. Aked has been
reading what the N. Y. newspapers
said about him.
At a meeting of the N. Y. City
Mothers' club the other evening, one
of the members said: "In reality wc
are the silent sex." Wc would hate
to argue the point with her.
"Is there such a thing as a fresh
Lincoln story?" asks the Boston Her
ald. Probably not. But there are al
ways a lot of fresb Lincoln story-tellers.
Mark Twain will find Annapolis a
beautiful and alluring exemplification
of his long-cherished theory of rest
IN THE INTEREST OF PEACE.
I sec a peace organization is being
formed in Utah with Governor Cut
ler at the head of it. Its purpose is
tl I; creation of a peace sentiment,
the disarmament of nations and the
abolition of war. As one of the first
steps in this direction I suggest the
disarming and disbanding of the High
School Cadets'. Nothing more farcial
could be imagined than the arming
and drilling of a lot of school boys
in a big, peaceable country like this.
To sec those little fellows last week
standing stiff and unnaural in the
hot sun for half or three-quarters
of an hour while their officers were
fooling around at something, and
then march and countermarch till one
of the boys dropped out exhausted
might have been interesting from a
military standpoint but from every
other view it was absolutely worth-
Luxus Beer, The Beer You Like
As nutritious as any English.
Porters or Malt Tonics,
and a Connoisseur's
KRUG'S "EXTRA PALE"
Light and Mild, palatable and
appropriate on all occasions.
Either of the above brands de
livered in any part of the city.
Ife Old Resort
276 Main St,.
ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor,
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Boys ought not to be taught that HI
war the going out and shooting of HI
your fellow men is any part of the HI
business of life. The military spirit HI
ought not to be cultivated in them. H
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military service. The discipline ot
tli: school room and the athletic H
field is more beneficial as it docs not
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athletic sports. The United States BJ
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give any provocation for war. Wc HJ
don't need to make soldiers of out M
school .boys and it is .1 waste of time M
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Established 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. H
LAGER BEER and I
Special attention given to bot-
tied Beer for Family Trade.
Free Delivery to All parts I
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74 E. First South St.
Phone 318. I