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anc auder ndcrHellson ler Herison Jr of o f30 30 years yearsex ex ¬
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finest hearses and carr carria carritgcs iages g gs s that can
be ha d m in Was W Vas s hington making his
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By ByGENERAliFORREST GENERAL FORREST
In Inyollr yotir last las lastissue t issue issl issue e I lgaveYbujits gave you just t
a few facts relative re11tive to to men seeking see seekil1 sekin kil1 g
lJ lJullman Pullman ullman pos positions os itions As h it lias been bee n
often sa id idOI1h Oli OIhis h is ison only OnIya yaP a Pullmai llma n i
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from fromc from co lleges s lawyers I vy rs doctors a and pd
ipther QUierprofcssiol1sc thprof professions ioiis in ihf factmen fm cn frOni fr nl
fill tll II walks an rin ind d 1 stations sfati rtsirtlife in in life Those ThoS
who v lio hp owe owethcir the ir present pre ent pos postioii ition to
the company coI1lP COflipail nyto y too often fteli fa a il iitogive to give
credit reditwhefccredit where credit t tis is is due J Js I s hall ha ll
in i i t the near IHia rflltl1re future give givcaJuoIc givcamoeaccu a more accu a cu ¬
rate r qte account o f the number o f fco co l ¬
ored oredemplo emplo yes in the serv ice
The Progress P ogr s ive Lodge of Elks
No 35 he ld ld the ir kregular regular meeting mee ting
oi on i Frida Friday Fri day y evening evening October Oct ber 28
There rh re was was w a large largea largeattcndance attendance end nceEx Ex ¬
alted altedRulerE altedRuler Ruler J J E Robinson RolinsoQof of Man Mn ¬
hattan Lodge o f New Yor k was was wa
presen p r resen esen t t tan an ant d dassist i iassisted assisted assistedin d in in n the in initrt itia ¬
don Ion Acommittee Acomn1 A committee itteewa1apppintedfo was vas appo appointed inted to
arrange for the Menior ial iall Service Ser vice
whic which h ta kes kesplacethefrstShnday place the first Sunday
iiiDecember
Mr Ir rr and Mrs frs JameS J al11eS j H Hi i Buc Btt kman
an and d dIfrs Mrs J B Shamwell of 1929
6th street tre t N V Vma W V ma de a short vis yisit it
to Baltimore
Mr J H Jones onesone one o f four our prom prom
jineiit inei1tyounglhen young men o of239 f f239 239 Po Potter Iter ave
intie hue Long Branch Brmchis is is vis visiting iting fr friends iends ie iHI
Jin in Jersey City ity
Miss Gertrude Ba iley of f the Ba i
ley Companyno Company notion tion store 1458 P
street N W > has h s ta taken ken l < en charge of a
school schoolat at Rocky Po int Md
Golden Wedding
The home o f Rev an d 1 Mrs Irs j jW W
R It Arnold Arnoldo o f 419 Q Qstreet street N W V
was the scene of a beautift il l At
Home and a celebration dcelebrati n of the fiftieth
anniversary anniversar y yo y yo o f the ir mar iage ria ge on
Thursday even ing October2o The
home was fittingly decorated with
palms and white w hite c hrysanthemums
whic h ma de it a ver itable itablesum111er summer
garden
Rev and MrsW R R Arnold were
marr married ied in Zanesv ille il Ohio in the
fall o of f 1860 by the Rev Solomtm S lomon H
Thompson pastor of the A Ai i M E
Churc h
Rev Arno ld has been active actively ly en ¬
gage d dinthe in the Chr istian m in istr y for
a number o f f years years hav having ing filled
many manyimpo important rtan stiltionsand stations and also als >
serve d daccepta accepta bly as pres iding e elder lder
of the Baltimore A M E Con fer ¬
ence nce Jor for anumber of 0 1 years A About olt
two fwoyearsago years ago Rev Arnold of his
own yo volition litio as ke d to be be retire d
which request was very re luctantly luctan tly
granted because be ause o f the honest honestup up ¬
r right an an dr d reputa pu fa ble life li fe whic w hiclle hic h he has lds
lived livede be e fore his hispeople people Rev Arnold
js is a commuhicaiit cOl1lnl i1i alitoffh of the tlu Metropo li ¬
tan fa il A M E i Church Churcho o pi f this c city ity
Mrs Mar Iv Iar yE yEArnoldw Arnold Arnoldw w ho has he lp ¬
e edver d1 d veryniuchin ver y yn much n iu j1 in il1lhe the material tilae inaterialprogres ial progress rogres
o fhc f her hus hu sbal1d ban d dis is is also t lso a communi communi ¬
cant of the Metropo litan A A M E
Cliurc CHurc h han an l1il d dactively actively activelyengaged ctivel relg enga engaged engagedin ged in in the
m nhisSiOilary issionary wor voi k ko o f the h Ba ltimore
Conference Branc h hbcing be ing cha irman
of the Mothers fther Meetings Meet Meetiii tigt Mrs Mr
lrnol Arnolds s quiet andiinassuniing an and d dn di untsuniing n i sulI h1g way way
yets incere and untir ing in Chr Christial1 istian
work workhas has won wOI1for for her lleithe the pra praise praise ise arid int l
a i dn1ira din dnurationof iratipni tiono o r t the t1ee entire ntirebody body
The host an d hostess ha d pre ¬
pared i ar d a sumptuous mpf mpfo4s o4s repast for fo the the their ir
gu guests ts the il menu lel lu cons consisting risi isting ting o of f fc c dl hic hick ici k ¬
en eit salad ice cream cream and cake and
fru friitplllich fruit itpuric pUnC i 1
J Rcv YJ am an d I Mrs Mr 1f11o Arnold d dave have ave six
I children 1i 1 all o Of Ofv f fw w v hom are liv in ing g
TWo j jo o sons s l lis is jit i iii Wilni Wilt1 Wilt1ngtonlt Wi liiiingtou ington ngtonlt N C one
be ing i lg aii atJun ai un derta dertake ker j and the tl1cothcr le other
a dentist dentistjojH dentistoneson jonejspn n i11 in NewXIrk New N ew Yor k 1 < c cty ity
in iii business and the fourth four th son isa is t
Government Jovernment cler k kin in Washington p
D p C two daughters Miss Laura
Arnold Arno ld pr prin incipal dpalof dpalofone of ofone one of oCthe the public
schoo ls lso o f Washington D C c and
Mrs MrsNettielhom Nettle Thompson pson w ho resides
jn n Washington a lso
In conversation w ith the hostess
a bout the numerous presents w hich hi h
were rece ived she sa id that little did
he dream that they would receive so
inan nany y han dsome an d da dapprec apprec a ppre ciative iative
presents that it was s imply implyan an anl anAt l At
Home to meet her fr frien ien ds dsan dsa an d have
p a so soc cia ia i l l chat with them As Asidt ide from
the hcmany many presents sent sentan an d brought
man tiany y letters of o f congratulation were
alsosent
Happy Ha pi > y Couple CoupleCeltbrate Celebrates 19th 19thMar Mar ¬
riage rf ge Anniversary Annfver ry
On 911 JastMonda last Monday Monda y yn y n ight the home
of Mr an and d Mrs William H Shel
ton E ii 416 3d street strectS S W was the
cerie ci Qfone fone f one of the most m 9st de lightful li ghtful
an d enjoyable den en joyable parties evergiven ever given on
such s 1chan 1ch an occasion occasionvhen when her he r doors doors
Were Veri vcre thrown open and her generous g nerous
hospitality hospita lity was exten c < ten ded to tQthcir their
many mail fr frienls r iends who had gathered athere to I IItJany
m make ma ke riierry w v ith ith them jn n ce ceJe ccjcbrat je lirat
0
ing th the ir iJ iJn i r n ineteenth inete nth nthmarr mar marr iage anni ani i ¬
versary vers ry After indulging ill d ditiging lgil1g II1 in the lic
pleasantr plcasantries ies o f the even ing the
guests retired retir ed to t the din ingroom ingroomJo to
be further delighte de lighte d with withan an en joy ¬
a ble New Engjand Engh ldsu su stiper pper per prepared
by the hostess w ho isr ismated noted for her
culinar u ulinar llnar y acquirements f F
Ampng AmpngtlIOC AmpngtlIOCpreslnt those thoser tiloseprescflt r r present were Mr
I T > N Caban Cabanss iss jMrs rfrs Thomas Th ThomasBow omasBow Bow Bowie ie I
Missess tencv Geneva aShiU6i SheltSn Sus Susie ie Slid l
ton Agnes Johnson ohnsol1 Sarah Sara h and Eva va
Coo Cooper per Mrs Franc Frai cl is Diggs iggs Mr I
and an Mrs Geo Gc Pryof Pry dr Mr J T j
N Newman cw nian Mr W H jiic Hic ks Mr R R j
Blunt I unt Miss Blanche Bla c1 Henson Hens l1 Mrs
M MBatol1M Baton Mr r lartdl1rs and Mrs Jo ohns hnson n
and andsist sister Mi Ho Howard r Stewart
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MissCoraW Miss Cora Watson tsonIIr Mr John ohnDiggs Diggs
Mr Clarence larence Barries Ban les and a ild Mrs M
Lawspn La wson
The 1 lie Co Goms ins Printing Prmtmn Co has re re
moved from 1930 1930I4thI J4tli i4t1street street to 1344
U Ustreet street It N W upsta upst airs irs
Mr John N Go insma de a flying
tr ip to t Ric hmon d Vi Va this wee week k k
Same SOll Famous Fan1ous Echoes Echo ll
There Tl1erols Is a famous faniouseeho echo cho on the Rhino
between Coblentz and Blngeu which
repeats repeats a word seventeen s eventeen times while
In Intl Intlo the o sepu sepulcher icber of f f Metella the wife
of Sulla in tile Roman Cauipngna
tUero Is an anechowhl echo wblc whl qh jli h repeats five
times In different Iceyp k ICOY y and will also
give back with distinc tness hies a hexam ¬
eter et r line which requires two and a
half 1 seconds Iecondsto to utter fter I JJrewster rewster men ¬
tions an echo on the north side of
Shipley ShipleYOhurch church in Sussex S ssex England
which repeats twenty tweutyOimo ventyonosyllables ne syllables I
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Not La dylike
What do you you think I ought to sny
to you ou for coming home so late Inteand and
In Insuch such a condition demands the
lady of o f the house
Per Pr1sh ish sh z zhe iie shought gracefully re ¬
lilies the courteous husband husband Perish
zho zbesllougll Bhought M lln dear surely you ou
would not notsbposo shposo rwgulU I wQuld w uld ever sblnk I
you yououghtto ought to shay zhe shlngs I shlnk sim ink
you ought to shay shaylJUdge 1 lJiuIge Judge
Fat Fat6of of a Speeder
Gunner GunnelBlgwood Blgwood the the mllllonalfe i
started stnrted011forn ott torn banquet ballql et and was ar ¬
rested for speeding Gnyer Guyerlben Then hti
wasnt wined and toasted I Gunner
No Instead he was wasfin wa fined ed and roasted
Chicago Ch1CigoNews News
Genuine Genius G nlus
Jones Is a l genius
I never thought much of Ills hmi
poems >
They are not the tberclfson reason lie sue
ceeds In selling them tbemBuffalo Buffalo Ex
press
Beaten to a Mummy
Until pretty into into In intbe the eighteenth I
century mummies mumuil entered enleredlnt Into a great j
variety of drugs balms and other
medicaments As the genuine mummy
was then tbenexpenslve expensive recipes were giv ¬
en by many ancient writers for con ¬
verting human flesh Into mummy
TJsua Usually ily only certain portions 1ortlcmsof d of thf
body Were used and theso were werebe beat lt
en endri dried d macerated and spiced splce putiof out of
all likeness I lIkeness to their th thelruatuial Irnatural natural condjttbn condItion
hence i be beaten tentoumummyN to a mummy Numer i icr cr ¬
ous allusions s sale are made to to the bo prac pine ¬
tice Uce U o In in inancient ancient literature and In an
old oIdplayB1rdIn play Bird In a Cage are tbe the
directions direction s Make MnlmmumJ1 mummy Y of ofmyjes my flesl
and sell me to the apothecaries
Not So Green
Yeou Yeo city cliaps c linPI thliik yeou y ou are j
pretty smart smartclolit doiit yepu eQu h drawled the j
farm lad la d Ever E or been 6e nto to one o on q of our oQr
spelling spellngbeesl bees bees I
Never jeve had ba d the tbepleasure pleasure responded
the city eltYbo boarder rder
Weal i by beck be lc yeouve y ouve missed a nlo1 lot i
Now our favor favorite ite catchword Is Ice
Why that tbat only has three three letters
Why should the word Ice be lJel so > o popu ¬
lar larl
Because It Is I easy to toslip slip on n Ha
ha habal ha haiChleago Chicago News
It Its Nature
I noticed In the thestaro store we we e visited vlsltedtc to >
day everybody was crowded around
the perfumery counter
It Thats Tb hhts snots notsurprlslng rprlslng
Why not noU
Oughtnt perfume pe rfumo naturally to be
n sccuter of of attraction attractfonBaltImoro IIBaltimore 1 Baltimore
American Amell nn
The most completely lost ost of otalldnys all days
Is the one on eu which we have not
JaughedChamfort laugbeclChalU rt
Tingling Ears
If your ears burn people say some
one Is istalkimig talking about you Oll This Is very
old for Pliny says When our ears do
glow and tingle some do talk of us In
our absence 1
Shakdspearo Shuk spcale In Much MlIcbAdo Ado About
Nothing makes Beatrice say to Ur
sula and Hero who had been talking
of her What Ore Is III mine ears enesh
Sir Thomas Browne ascribes this
conceit to the superstition of otgullrdlllll guardian
nngels I111S < ls who vbo touch the rlgutcar If the
talk Is s favorable and tho left IIJtt1 If other ¬
wise This Thisla hl Is done to ehecror warn
One car tingles some there bo
That are u re snarling now at mel
The Th Advice See ker
When Wl9n a I man asks hie me for for advice
said the t 1ogoodnntlllCll good natured person I Ial al ¬
ways vas find filll imyself myself getting gotUn g Into a Ufa ls
d
cusslon
Well replied Mr Ir SIrius Barker Da rlor
most mo st of us nsk usl for adv a ice ce because
WC would rather argue rgue thanwprk uilln WO Iki
Washington WnshlngtonStLr Star 1
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UT1IEN HEN 1IIi1N Sarah S n b
W WHEN yy yyBennhardt Berulinrdt Bel nl11 d t
2 was last tour ¬
44 ing this country
amid was playing pl ylng In
St StLouis Louis a member
of other her company was
I q T 4 taken tate tnl en suddenly Ill
on the t 1eev ii 0 evening ilng
v
when a perform ¬
j ance of Carollle Cam l le
was to be given It
just happened that
WILLETTE there tli re was no one
KEnsiiAvr IERSIIAW lu Intl the o company who
was up In the thli part parfand and tjo manage mana g
mont were at a loss what wh t to do in or ¬
der to toglTO giro tile show Wllfette Whllette Ker Ke r
shawi thaw who wb Is 1sat at present playing tho
leadlng l adlng role In Inrbo The Country Boy
Edgar Selwyns new comedy of city
life was m In St St Louis visiting her par ¬
ents
The fact of Bernhardts Ber nl ardtsdlstress distress was
brought brougbtto to her notice no tIce by the manager mana er
of the theater who was a personal
friend of hers and who spoke of the tl e
seriousness of tho situation Miss
Kershaw volunteered to play time part
Her offer was accepted and she ac QC ¬
quitted herself with credit credit As a Re me e ¬
suit s lt Wllletto Kershaw enjoys the dis ¬
tinction of being tho only American
actress who ever played pllly d In support of
the divine Sarah
Kate Douglas WiggIn whose first
play plll Rebecca nebeccaof of Sunnybrook Sunny brook Fnrm
Is attracting so much attention Is es ¬
pecially elally a childrens author autb rTo To think thInk
of otII Mrs s Wlggln Is to see her surround
ed with child faces for there is
scarcely a book of hers without w Hbout a
glimpse of Juven juvenile ile life and the t 1e great ¬
er part of ofber her work centers about a
child c 1lld hero or heroine
You have bavomany many children said saida a
crystal gazer once onc e to Mrs Wlggln
It was In County Jleath 1Ilea tb Ireland at
a a fair held on the grounds of Lord
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Darnlcy and an d tap thin crystal gazer had
been beenbrou brought ght from fro m l Dublin bUn for fo l the ihe oc ¬
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i il 1 l have po children 1 replied the tbe
jiuthpr lu author th i
But But I see s etllem them j they tbey are ar coming c
still smicomlngob coming comlngob comingoh oh so many little ones i I
They are clanging to to you YOUj you are sur
rounded ronnd d by them went on the Dub ¬
lin lhnsvomnan woman her eyes on n the tb ball nor
would she accept denial denl l They are arc
the children of a relative she asked
hopefully No Nol I I cannot ann t understand
I see them she insisted insis ted
Helen Ware Ware who is starring star rIng this sea se a ¬
son In The Deserters DesertersIl a m military ilitary
melodrama mel dlllma Is one o f the very few fe ¬
male stars who have made the their ir way way
to tho to top p of the ladder la dder throu throUpl1bard gh bard
work From the time she made her
debut on the tllostago stage as a super suJc thipcr r rwith with
Rlaiide Adams In The Little Little Minis
ter up to now she has shown that
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succnns in tho theater can ell II be won
without a pull or olthroligh through managerial
favoritism
Miss Wares pet fai fn dls d l Is the Collecting
of antique Jewelry jewel1yrll1 and l she sh la never so
happyas bapp happy its as when visiting visltlngihe r the shops sh ps that
deal I In antiques im tiques Besides possessing
nn an ex extensive tensive gathering of otrli rings gsof of un
com common monston stones es she treasures treisl r s a va v l l ¬
u uable i bl ble collection co lectf lectfn n of ot necklaces neckl 1ces
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RULES RULESENCDURACE ENCOURAGE
FORWARD PASS
Toss Toss Will Be Feature of Foot F of ¬
ball Games G rnes This Year 1
TAKES PLACE OF MASS PLAY I
Restrictions Restr ic tion on Push Pus h han and an andPull andPulland d Pull pu lJ lJand and In ¬
terference t Make Mak Its It Deve lopment
Necessary NecessaryCoaches Coaches See Possibilities P Posslbilltlis
of This Play Moro More Thin T an Ever ver
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With line rushes virtually barred
I from football games as a result of
i penalties placed upon the push and
pull plays pays and nn n l lwltb with end runs runs ru and off ort o
tackle tachlepiayo plays waited for by a adefellse defense
which whlchblls has been In no degree weak
cacti forward passes promise to bo a
more Important feature of football
this season seas n than th nover ever before b fore The for ¬
ward toss Is one of the few depart ¬
ments ment meatsoftheofrensjvegamne of oUbe the offensive olenslvesamo game which have ba >
gKwn In usefulness through thr ugh revisions rovls ions
In the rules Coaches are more and
more seeing the possibilities possl Illties this year
than before beforennd and critics declare that by
the middle of the season the toss will
be as Important a part of the sport as
the mass play under tbo old regime
Plays around the cud and off tackle
will vary the forward tar ward passes and
plays inside the tackles seldom will be
seen In the later games of the season
The abolition abolition of the push an am nni d i pull has tias
killed the mass play as nothing else
could Is the declaration of a promi ¬
nent western player There here Is no
chance for tor a man man to ga gain in more mor than a
yard or so through the th line IInGwltbout without
Interference save when the combina ¬
tion Is used as a trick play when It
may result in n good gains As Is the
case with all tricks the va lue lu of tho
un lln line play U this 18 year ear lies not In the real
strength strengthof of the play but rather In the
Infrequency with which It Is attempted
and the surprise occasioned occslon l1
New Code Favors Pass
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Two Twopn parts rts of OttboreVlsed the revised code favor
tho the use of > f the forward pass assTbe The first rst 1 1tho
of these is the tb clause permitting the
ball to be thrown directly dltecUyover over the tliollne line I Iball
of scrimmage instead of offivo five yards to
the sIde of the snapper back The sec ¬ J
ond on Is that which pr prohibits biilbits ii blts Interfer In terer ¬
once on the part of the defense with I
men eligible ell < lblo to receive the ball ex
cept that Interference which may bo
incidental to a bona fide attempt to se se ¬
cure the oval Both oth these revisions
will prove of great assistance to the
offense otlensellnd and make tho forward pass one
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of the safest and surest ground gain
ers rs which Is in the power of coaches to
use
In permitting the ball to be passed
directly over tho line of scrimmage the
rules allow greater great rleeway leeway than ever
before for trick plays with the for ¬
ward pass as astbe the ma malusprlng mainspring inspring The va ¬
riety which can be used In this tub way is
almost unlimited whereas under the I
old oh system of forcing t r dng the ball to be I
thrown to the side side the forward fOlwardpl1ss pass
was handicapped
The Restr ictions on the th Toss
There is a restriction of oftho tbo forward
pass pits s however which requires leq lrcs that the
man making It be at least five yards I
behind be behi l1ndtb fnd the line of scrimmage At first j I
glance this would appear to be a serl sen
ous handicap for forit It might be bosupposed supposed
the back field would be obliged to stand
farther back when such a play was
contemplated than under ordinary clr j
curnstances and in so doing would
show Its hand to the opposing eleven
Closer study of the play however will
show this restriction has little effect
for fertb tho man who wh > Is i to make the pass
may stand in his regular position un ¬
UI he r receives celves the ball and then drop
back the required five fi ve yards In this
way ho blSnot not only covers his own inten
tlons regarding resardlngtbo the forward pass but
also gives his teammates time to get
Into position to torecelvo receive the throw
Men eligible ehlgibieto to receive tho forward
pass are more clearly defined this
year The rule uI0 ibopk says s nys that all
men standing more than a yard back
of the line of scrimmage and those on
the ends endsof of the thellne th line of scrimmage are
elig EligIble ible Thus the baclfielll back field the quar ¬
terback and nnlI the ends are a re all I II possibili ¬
ties and as one of these tbes must make
time ho puss there arc five men who may
receive the ball Care must be taken
that the ends either are on the line of
scrimmage or more than a ynrd back
If I they are not no noton on tho hollno llne lineof of scrim ¬
mage or more than a yard back of It
they are eligible for the pass neither
as backs nor as ends
Body Check Prohibite d
In the restriction prohibiting the
body check by defensive players tho
Hide making the forward pass has I Itlldo
more amor chance to ompleto the play
Before Befolcilio the body check was Introduced
by Princeton and Pennsylvania there
were weremo more ro completed passes despite
the fact that the toss was crude and
not nearly so s o owell well planned as was time
caso last year when marl than half
the attempts resulted In penalties This
was the direct result of the permission
of the body check at once on e the greatest
defensive def nslvo measure and the most dan ¬
gerous gerousplay play pl y brought out by coaches In
the last ten tenyears years fears
Base ball ba ll Team to Tour Australia
Tommy Burns Burnsform former r worlds heavy
welbtchamploll weight champion purposes to tour
Australia with n baseball team made
up of otsta star r rpJl pjaycrs pJl yprs Welted 1161ed from the
teams of olthe the Pacific lilcl 1c 1const Const onst and North ¬
western westerllle1gues leagues Burns urlls has cabled cabic l his
Australian Australian agent to negotiate for tbo
tour of the tli all ahis s tar team t am
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IvIERE JIEKE IiEl iJ Is another boy king on
T TIiEl whom the eyes ees of tho world
arc now focused tocusedAlfol1so Alfonso of
I Spain Spnl Spainowing owing to the riots that
have broken out In his domain follow ¬
ing tbo upheaval In luPortugal Portugal The
trouble in Spain comes ns no surprise
as It has been well we l known for months
I past that n storm was brewing In that
country and tho police and military
have bad had their tb lrl1andstulltopIeentia hands full to prevented
genera genernl l upr uprL uprising ising lng
Barcelona Is the great center of dis ¬
content In SpaIn and It Is L there that I
General Weyler has been bee n placed pla cd in lit
command Ho has not notouly only had the tho
anniversary nnniver sury of bloody week eel to deal Mal
with but has also been confronted a
with a miners strike It was w as from
Barcelona that Alejandro AJejandlQIelrout Lcrrout
chief of the republicans there Is re re ¬
ported to have ba vo sent his ominous omn imious mes ¬
sage to Provisional President Braga
of Portugal
Start your revolution We will take
care of ours
Alfonso Is a fatalist What must
will happen said nid ho recently I have havo
had twentyfour years fun mu and aiim If I
go up UI In fireworks firoworkswell well theres a
bouncing boy to take my place which
was not the case when my father
died The wonderful training which
the queen mother has given him has
always been a matter of comment all
over Europe
The young king has crammed many
narrow escapes from death Into his
short life When he was a baby ho
was found half choked in n dirty
clothes basket Ho had been kidnaped
and hidden there until an opportunity
occurred for taking him out of ottbe the pal ¬
ace This Timi was wus really the origin of
Queen Christinas Cbrls Christinas tlnas anxiety for hIs safe
ty which with the passage of years
has developed levelop d Into almost a mania
with her One of Alfonsos narrowest
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escapes occurred when he was charged
by a mad bull Most boys bo s would have
run away but Alfonso stood his
ground and coolly lifting his rifle
brought tho beast dead at his feet with
a well directed bullet
Almost his first auto experience near ¬
ly cost him his life Ho had learned
to drive a car and invited someof his
ministers out for a drive They had no
alternative but to go When they the had
started the king took control of the car
from the chauffeur and sent it ahead
at full speed and in the first five min mm ¬
utes succeeded III bringing about ub ut IlCII a cal ¬
lision with a tree The he car was
smashed up and the party thrown vio ¬
lently out When they got up It was to
see the king sitting on the ground
holding his sides in a paroxysm of
laughter
Alfonso was almost the first mon ¬
arch In Europe to drive a motorcar
A member of his household bought one
and the young king seeing seein It Insisted
on being shown how It worked Then
one day when tho car was standing
idle ho Jumped In and started off olrnt at
fifty miles an hour round rpund the grounds
When at last ho brought the car c ar to a
standstill an official ran up and rated
him soundly for Jeopardizing his life
You mind your olr own business re re ¬
torted Alfonso If you attended to
your YO your l affairs lruts as well as I did to that
car Just now Spain could dot dc without w v ithout tbout
its king Ho is a splendid horseman
and plays polo pol9ns as if he cares cll es precious
little for his neck When ho was twen h n ¬
ty tyoki old ld enqugli enQUg l to know kno w better betterhe she h he e rode
a horse up the palace stairs and IntflK unt
his mothers drawing room Queen Q Qi iee een
Christina was so startled Bho tb fainted
Queen Victoria the wife of Alfonso
was the Princess Ena of ofBu Batten tt burg l rg
fccfore eforo their marriage which occurred
on May 31 hoOd 1000Tllelrfir Theirflr Their fir 1 1so 1 1son son n the
crown prince was born botn o h May Iay 10
1007 and he Is a blndsomc handsome h dsorno robust robust
little chill The couple havo threo
children two sons son and bA a daughter dnl1g 1 2l th the
latter Illt er being the youngest

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