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10cal ocal flews IRewsBUILDING dewsBUILDING flewsBUILDING
Heavy Operations Beyond the OldOity OldCity Old OldCity
City Lines LinesThat LineaThat LineeThat
That portion af f the city of ofWashington ofWIIbiugton ofWashington
Washington lying beyond the old oldHue oldlinel oldlines
Hue is I several 1 hundred thousand thousanddollars thoUHnddollars thousanddollsre
dollars ahead of the city proper properm
m ill the matter of building opera operations operations operations ¬
tions according to the November Novemberreport Novemberreport Novemberreport
report of the inspector of build buildings buildinga buildjugs ¬
jugs Ilia figures show 496075 496075as
as the value of the building oper operations operatieoa operatiens ¬
ations in the county tMl 54160 O for forthe fOltho forthe
the northeast sectionof section of the city city11I24000 citytf24O60
424000 for the southeast 413500 413500for 3500 3500for 3500for
for the southwest and 86700 700 for forthe fori
i j the northwest The northwest northweitsection northweateection northwestsection
section leads in in repairs with with117701t
117704 the county tt section sectionhas Mctionbu sectionhas
has 44701 701 uortheaat has 18
058 southeast has 4855 and andsouthwest andaoutbwest sndsouthwest
southwest has 1387 1387Str 1387StrCONIIOIlNOJ 1387StarCONSOILNCE Stir StirCONSCIENCE
Some one in Washington Wa ineton en entirely entirely ¬
tirely unknown and not to tosought be besought beBought
sought has contributed too 60 to tothe tothe tothe
the conscience oon ienoe fund of the Treas Treasury Treuury Treseury ¬
ury It was received lute Monday Mon Monday ion ionday ¬
day afternoon a terJoon The money in inbills inbilla inbille
bills was inclosed in an envelop enveloppostmarked enveloppoabnakad enveloppostmarked
postmarked Washington with without withit without ¬
it out accompanying note or letter letterThe letterTbe letterThe
The same me day a 100 00 gold eertifl eertifloate etlfti esrtlflcote
i oate was received from Philadel Philadelphia Philadelf Philadelphia ¬
f phia accompanied by a note say saying ayiog saying ¬
ing that thsttt it was to pay customs c1181om8duty customsduty customsduty
duty belonging to the United UnitedStates UnitedI
States StatesOOLLDBR St StatesOOLLIIER tel teli
Policeman Convicted of Man Manslaughter MaJll1urhtr Manslaughter ¬
slaughter Furnishes Bond BondJohn BondJohn BondJahn
John W Collier the former po policeman pOlieeman policetnan ¬
liceman reeentUjhtttia recen nmcl guftfy IU of ofmanslaughter otmanslaughter ofmanslaughter
manslaughter in connection with withtho withtho withthe
tho death of Police Captain Wm WmII WmH WmII
II Matthews was yesterday ye terdny lib liborated liborated libborated
orated in 10000 bail on tho sure sureties suroties euroties ¬
ties of W W Stewart and Samuel Sam Samuel Samuel ¬
uel II WalkerJustice Walker WalkerJustice WalJorJu
Justice Ju tice Gould in declining to tomake tomake tomake
make the bail higher said he hewould he4t Ie Iewould
4t would hear further from the die district diatr dietriet
trict tr et attorney in the event that thata
a motion for a new trial is grant granted granti granted ¬
i ed Colliers attorneys have not notfiled BotI notfiled
I filed notice that th they y Intend to toseek toseek toseek
seek a new trial but it is expect expected ¬
ed that they will do so in the very verynear verynear verynear
near future futurei futureOLD futureOLD
Hundred In Southeast Section SectionMay SeotionMay SectionMay
May Be Torn Down DownThe DownThe DownThe
The board for the condemnation condemnationof
of insanitary buildings has its itseyes it iteyes itseyes
eyes on one hundred shacks haok in inQarfield inOarfteld inGarfield
Garfield and HillsdHle which are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to be so far gone and so un tinfit unfit unfit
fit for habitation that only complete com complete complete ¬
plete demolition will satisfy the thestandards thestandard thestandsrds
standards of sanitany living The TheDEPOSIT Them TheDEPOSIT
Bast Washington WashingtonSavings WashingtonSavings WashingtonSavings
Savings Bank
312 Pennsylvania Av Ave S E EManaged Jt JtManaged EManaged
Managed strictly as a savings savingsbank savin savinbank savingsbeak
bank by responsible citizens citizenprominently citizenspromiently citizenspromiently
promiently identified with East EastWashington EastWuhillatolt EastWashington
Washington individually own owning owning owning ¬
ing considerable real estate in inthis inthis inthis
this section of the District and andadvocating andadvocating andadvocating
advocating a policy poIi that will best bestpromote bestpromote beetpromote
promote the interests of East EastWashington EatWulrington EastWashington
Washington The only savings savingsbank savinpbank savingsbank
bank organised under the laws of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District of Columbia there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore is entitled to your patron patronNo patronap patronage
ap apNo No commercial accounts ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
ceptedPars ceptedPa cepted ceptedPays
Pays Pa 3 interest on deposits depositsLoans depotitsLOIlni depositsLoans
Loans on real estate at current currentrate currentmtM currentratan
rate Dont expose your funds fundsto
to lose 1 by fire or thiev thieves s when whenyou whenou whenyou
you ou can enjoy absolute safety in inthis inthis inthis
this institution blltitutionI
aback ar are eecupied almost entire entirely entirely ¬
by ealored families familiesItoy futUItDy familiesIoy
Itoy B Haynes Bayn aeeretary to till tillboard tII tIIhoard theboard
board ill aura that ti tine uis will willno b bno be beno
no difficulty in carrying out till tillorders till tillorders t e eorders
orders of the board The owzers owzersof owners ownersof onalof
of the buildings realise MftU that tho to toearry tooarry tocarry
carry put the th regulations and r rpair J1r J1rpair repair
pair the dwelling would cost aostmere GOftlItOle costmore
mere than it would to tear them themdown Ute Utedown thetadown
down and build new houses housesConsul k kOontul housesConsul
Consul General Danl DIB1ty y Here HereCharles 1IereOllarel HereCharles
Charles Denby formerly eW o1itlf o1itlfclerk ehicfclerk f fclerk
clerk of the State Stateand Department Departmentand
and more recently consul general generala ral rala
a Shanghai China is spending a afew afew afew
few days in Washington before beforeproceeding belenproceeeU beforeproceeding
proceeding to Vienna to assumethe assume assumethe e etIle
the duties dutl of consul general eneNl at atthat atthat atthat
that post postDEAD pGIItDEAD patDEAD
Red Cross Oro Stamps Used as Post Postage Postage ¬ I Iage
age Carry Letters Astray AstrayThousands AltrayTlloulmdl AstrayThousands
Thousands of letters bearing bearingRed burin burinRed bearinglied
Red Cross stamps are being sent sentto lentto sentto
to the dead letter office or held at atpostofflce atI100toMoei atpoetoMces
postofflce for postage Notwith Notwithstanding Notwitlltau Notwitlistanding ¬
standing tau inr the plain instructions in is issued issued issued ¬
sued in connection with the sale saleof laleof saleof
of Red Cross stamps thousand thousandof tho thousandsof ulland ullandof
of letters are being mailed bear bearing belring bearing ¬
ing these stamps in lieu of regular regularpostage r8lfUlarpoatage regularpostage
postage postageIt
It is desired by the Po Pat t Office OfficeDepartment OMoeDepartment OfficeDepartment
Department officials that it shall shallbe sh11be shallbe
be understood that the Red Cross Crossstamps CI081atalops Crossstamps
stamps are not postage stamps stampsand atampand stampsand
and that letters or other loailablo loailablomatter mailablamatter mailablematter
matter bearing these the stamps alone alonemust alouemust alonemust
must be treated as unpaid 1mp cl matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The addressee is notified to remit remitpostage remitpoItap remitpatage
postage and lMt if it is not received receivedthe receivedthe receivedthe
the letter of other matter is sent sentto I8ntto sentto
to the dead letter office officeMatter omoelatter officeMatter
Matter bearing Red Crew CrewBtrnnpt 01011wtMnpt CrosQatarnpe
Btrnnpt is S11 nontfntrWf ir4 t n1 Id to 1omails 1IOmails Hi Himails
mails of Great Gr at Britain ev even eventhough < n nthough nthough
though the Ut regular postage is at attached attached attached ¬
tached and is admitted to the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German mails only whtm hen tho lied liedGroan ItlllCr08 RedCross
Groan stamps are attached to the theback theback theback
back of the letter or parcel parcelMr parcellfr parcelMr
Mr A D Heyworth article articlein
in this weeks issue on Whiskey Whiskeyfound WIliakeyfound Whiskeyfound
found on page 4 is worth read reading readine reading ¬
ing Dont fail to read itWantedBright it itWanted itWantedBrieht
Wanted WantedBrieht Bright young ladies Iadiesto Iadi Iadito
to represent The he Weekly News NewsGood NeWliOooel NewsGood
Good wages guaranteed naranteed lad StRandle St StRandle StRandle
Randle HiglUande D C CHermit CKermit CKermit
Kermit Roosevelts Doings DoingsNaribi Doi DoingsNaribi > > g8 g8Naribi
Naribi British But Africa Dec DecSKermit Dec8Kermit
8 SKermit Kermit Roosevelt arrived here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today lIe is going to Mombasa Mombasaon Mombaon
on a hunt for sable ble and other ante antelope antelope antelope ¬
lope lie hiss just secured two twobongo twohongo twobongo
bongo Col Roosevelt has not notarrievd notarrlevd notarrivvd
arrievd here from Joro but butexpected i iexpected is isexpected
expected soon soonWomen loonWomn soonWomen
Women Wage War on Big Hate HataOkuro11 HatsChurch HateChurch
Church women of Columbia SC SC S SC
C have begun a war al against dt > > t tit titweaclnc thewearing the thewearing
wearing of big hats in e1mrehR ehurehResolutions elrareh elrarehResolutions
R Resolutions olotioWl denouncing the thepeaek thepeach I Ipeaell
peach basket and other IIt1 large deare designs de designs ¬
signs are bein being passed in all thechurches theokurolt the thechurches
okuroltrhe churchesThe churches churchesThe
The Bduoational Review has 11 re resewed re received reoeind ¬
sewed a composition oolftpo tioo written by a aboy aboT aboy
boy in a Springfield Mass Massschool Massschool I Ieenool
school aftejf < visiting the recent recenttuberonlosis reoenttuberunlMla recenttuberculosis
tuberculosis exhibit in New Pork YIorkfrom Porkfrom ork orkfrom
from which we extract the fol following followillC following ¬
lowing information Tuberculos Tuberculosis ¬
is iras u started in 1884 by Dr Tru Trdean Trudean Trndeau
dean dean who had it in the Adiron Adirondack Adirondub Adirondacks ¬
dub Although consumption is isnot i inot isnot
not herited and does not belong belongto
to this climate it is getting very verypopular verTpopular verypopular
popular The sleeping bags are arevery arevery arevery
very useful to the consumptive consumptivepeople eonmmptivepeople consumptivepeople
people because they can put their theirheads Uleirhead theirheads
heads alone into them or leave leavetheir leaetheir leavetheir
their heads out and put the rest restof rtof restof
of the bodies bodl into them I saw sawthe laWth9 sawthg
the th9 germs It is i a big white ball ballwft11 ballwith
with 111 blue spots pot on it I think it itwould itwouhl itwould
would be fine to sleep in one of ofthose ofI ofthose
those beds with the head inside insideand insideand insideand
I and the lungs outside ootaidel
the Wodbs MOt 1orras lb s flews BeweARTIFICIAL 1lewsARTIFICIAL flewsW
W = T h
ABLES OLD MAN TO SEE SEEStuttgart I IStuttgart ZZ ZZStuttgart
Stuttgart Dec 4 4A A noted oc oculist 00U oc oculist
U ulist 8t reports the tbefolloW following Dg in a aGerman aGerman aCarman
German scientific paper of o repute reputeA reputesixtyyeArold
A sixtyyearold peasant con consulted COI1IUlted consulted ¬
sulted me the t e other day daym daytusking daytuskingthe making makingthe I1I I1ItIt
the tIt following strange ttr statement statementweak ItAtentweak statenuta
a i a aweak
weak but I have fomul of late latethat latethAt latethat
that I am able to read small print printif
if thore are tears in my eyes Such SuchI
I formerly produced at will but butnow butnow butnow
now I seem unable to do so when whenwanted wlHmwanted whenwanted
wanted For this reason I want wantto wantto wantto
to get glasses glassesThe glllHlilThe glassesThe
The oculist says he investigated investigatedthe
the case thoroughly and i is I satis satisfied satisfted sailsfled ¬
fled that the man could not read readeven readeven readeven
even large print with dry eyes eyesAfter eyealfter eyesAfter
After producing a atear tear in each eye eyehe eyehe eyehe
he read aloud for four minutes minutesfrom minuteafrom minutesfrom
from a paper with exceedingly exceedinglysmall exceedingIram exceedinglysmall
small am all print A As llon soon as the tear tearhad teatbad tearshad
had dropped out of his eyes he hehad helead behad
had to stop reading readingThe readinelhe readingThe
The oculist say the tear acted actedlike aotedlike actedlike
like a strong louse and in fact factas
as a concave glass of twelve de degrees dtcree dcgross ¬
gross The patient now wears wearsspectacles welollIlpeotR wearsspectacles
IlpeotR spectacles ll8 of that strength for forreading forreAding forreading
reading At one time he wa wu able ableto ableto lbl lblto
to produce tear in his rye yee with withan withIn wtthan
an average avera staying power or tor torminute tert tertminutes
minute minuteWhole minutesWhole
Whole Village Riots RiotsOver RiotsOver RIotsOnr
Over Just One Doll DollPittaburg DollPittaburc DollPittsburg
Pittaburg Pa PaA A doll and Del the theargument theargument theargument
argument of two little girls for its itspossession itapOll8uion itsposeeuion
possession caused a riot at atM atMdow Mea Meadow Nek Nekdow
dow Land near this th l city The Thefighting Thefthting Thefighting
fighting wa wu furious until a squad squadof
of State police restored order by bywring byOlin byusing
wring Olin their baton vigorously vigorouslyTwelve V vigorouslyTwelve IfOroual7Twelve
Twelve of the one hundred com combatants combatanta combatants ¬
batants were arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe arrestedThe
The children after quarreling quarrelingwith qllarre1incwith quarrelingwith
with words fastened their fingers fingersin
in each others lock pulled with withall wi wiall withall
all their might and screamed screamedwith IIereamedwiUl screamedwith
with anger and pain The men menand menand menand
and women women of their families fatniU rush rushed ru rushed h heI ¬
ed from their homes and in an in instant fnatant instant ¬
stant the real trouble started startedNeighbors BtartedNeill1boltJ startedNeighbors
Neighbors became involved involvedBricks involvedDricb involvedBricks
Bricks were thrown and clubs olnbswere clubswere lublwere
were used Several persons were wereknocked wereknocked wereknocked
knocked unconsciousWalked unconscious unconsciousWalked I
Walked Around U S Border BorderStarl BorderStarl lorderStarl
Starl Cronley a Toledo youth youthwho youthwho youthwho
who started October 23 1907 to towalk towalk towalk
walk around the border of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States ha h has arrived home homeHo homeIo homeIIo
Ho Io say he walked 12820 128 miles milesand mileand milesand
and shows the signature of more morethan morethan morethan
than 1200 postmasters po tmaster upon his histraveling hi hitraveling histraveling
traveling register regi ter terJ
The Dry of Beat set t Washington WashingtonSay WMhl WashingtenSays > > reIl reIla
Say a Gorretpenoent Oo IUIt isThe to toToe WT1H
Toe Weekly New NewNo NewNo NewsNo
No man in East Washington Washingtonhas
has It been so generally endorsed endorsedby endor cl clby
by the Citizens Associations and andso andNo
so highly lii nly regarded as the man manfor 811for manfor
for tile 11 tit 1 ptoae naeby by tfe general 1 pub pubTfo publto pubiia
Tfo 1M ie JfM f 1r IVelfirflriBmt IVelfirflriBmtthe 1fwrriIW 14e19ih p 5thVCleettt4 5thVCleettt4the L f ftIll
the East I at Waftliingiton Wallltin ton n Savings SavingsBank SavinsInlc SavingsBank
Bank BankSouthoast BankSouthoast Inlc InlcSouthoast
Southoast East WashingtonLincoln Washington WashingtonLincoln VaHhingtonLincoln
Lincoln Park Fairmont and andBenninge nndBennings andBennings
Bennings Associations have unan unanimously unanimoUily unanimously ¬
imously endorsed Mr Weller for forCommissioner forCommi forCommissioner
Commi Commissioner aioner In this tM it is i I not notthe notthe notthe
the cam of a man seeking IIMJ nc office officebut olloebut officebut
but the office seeking the manMr man manMr miDKr
Mr Weller is a man who fills fillsevery flU flUevery fillsevery
every qualification for that high highoffice highofBoe highoffice
office and one who ha lies shown shownaggressiveness abownagl1eiven shownaggressiveness
aggressiveness and strength of ofpurpose ofpurpoee ofpurpose
purpose in work which i 1a so I much muchneeded muohnetelecl muchneeded
needed in a leader In other otherwords otherworda otherwords
words he ha 11 has brought things to topan top toThe topass
pan p passTlie
The reconstruction of the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Avenue bridge was wallrlfe wallrlfe1y large largely largely ¬
ly due to his h l untiring efforts The Thereclamation Thereolamation Thereclamation
reclamation of the Anaooetia Anaoo ti flats flatshas fiath flatshas
has h been his hobby for many manyyear a ayear ayear
year In nearly every speech do delivered doUnred dollvered ¬
livered lie has spoken of the re removal removal reinoval ¬
moval of the mud hole thus re relieving reli reloving ¬
loving li ving the Eastern section of it iteyesore its itaeyelOre itseyesore
eyesore and unwelcome blot and andbeing andbeing andbeing
being placed as chairman by the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade on Rivers and andHarbors ancirrarborl andElarbors
Harbors hit influence has been beenfelt beeRfelt beenfelt
felt and his wisdom heeded in the themuch theuel1 theuoh
much uel1 needed improvement improvementKc
Kc M 1 L Weller has 11 also had hadthe hadUle hadthe
the honor of serving ne five consecu consecutive COWIMUtive conaeeutive ¬
tive times 11th i > hairman of the public pub public pubIto ¬
lic comfort oo oojpmittee mittee at the in inaugural inaugural inaugural ¬
augural ceremeriUis ceremeriUisI cerettU cerettUI
I am glad to tee the citizens of ofBast ofBut ofBut
But Washington M nnfted to Mx Mxpressing II IIpreuinr x xpressing
pressing themselves thelRH1 a AI favorilig favoriligMr favor IC ICMr tgMr
Mr Weller for District Comm Commissioner COlnmsioner Commsonar ¬
sioner sionerI sonar sonarI y
I trust that the President will wilFuse wiUUH willuse
use that good judgment which whichha whichIt whichthas
ha It has characterised oharaoterl c1 him on so I many manyimportant manyimportant manyimportant
important occasions and which whichhi wdohhis whichhis
hi his message to Congress has been beenso
so full of U True AmericanismEast Americanism AmericanismHast AmerioammmlLlt
Hast Washington with about aboutonehalf aboutonehalf aboutonehalf
onehalf of the city oft area and andabout aDdabout andabout
about onethird of Its population populationwith populationwith populationwith
with no representation in the oity oitygovernment oItygovernment citygovernment
government is not American and andi andnot andis
i is not the principle applied in the thechoice Ueohoice thechoice
choice of representatives and andsenators ancisenatore andsenators
senators And for the best wel welfare welfare welfare ¬
fare of the oity and nd District there theremust theremUlt theremust
must of necessity neoea ity be a representa representative ¬
tive of the people by the people peopleand popleand peopleand
and for the people peoplei
i v
Paris Dec 4 4While While the piano pianois
is generally regarded as the com composers 0018poeers composers ¬
posers best friend as a necessity necessityto neceuitto
to him the late French critic criticIrnest critiErnest criticDrnest
Ernest Reyer composer of Sigurd Sigurdand Sigalrdan Sigurdand
and an other operas hated the piano pianoand pianoand pianoand
and constantly fought against its itsuse ita11liC Itsuse
use in private in newspapers and andperiodicals andperiodtuo1t andperiodtunle
periodicals He proudly called calledhim oalledhim calledblot
him 41 c cfIio olfUiopinUft olfUiopinUfthave isrtopll
= isrtoplllifr
fIio lifr lifrhave Mll MllaYe
have aYe always been good goo pianists pianistsBaothovon pianistsBeothovon pianistsBeethoven
Beethoven Schumann Weber WebarWagnor WebrWngnor WeberWagner
Wagner otc were indeed very veryfine veryfine veryfine
fine pianists Rossini Ro ini who wrote wrotemore wrotemore wrotemore
more than a hundred pieces for forthe fortIle forthe
the piano was unable to play playeither playeither playeither
either of them Though he tried triedhard tril trilharel triedhard
hard he remained a miserable miserablepiano nlleerablepiano lHrahlepiano
piano player all his life lifeMy lifecc lifeMy
cc My y greatest ambition ta to toplay toIlay toplay
play the piano as well M the theworst theworet theworst
worst pupil Liszt r isat ever had lie lieused heuncI leused
used to say He often signed hi hiletters Iiiletters his hisletters
letters ccROI Roesini fnl pianist of the thefourth thefourths
rank and he WM glad lad it itwasnt itw Itwasnt
w wasnt n t the fifth rank rankA rankA j jA
Madrid Dec 4 The The government govern government covernment ¬
ment ha hu sold a concession for a aCaeino ItCRsino aCasino
Casino like that of Monte Carlo Carloto
to French capitalists The gambl gambling gambling gambling ¬
ing hell will be established in San SanSebastian SanSobutian SanSebastian
Sebastian the famous Spanish re resort raIOrt resort ¬
sortAll sort
All the game allowed < 1 in MonteCarlo Monte MonteCarlo onw onwCarlo
Carlo will also be played in the theSpanish Uepanlab theSpanish
Spanish establishment It Its open opening openinl opening ¬
ing is planned d for the winter sea aeaIon season 1811IOn ¬
IOn of 1911 1011The 1911The 1911Time
The backers reckon the tll fact thatSan that thatSan thatSan
San Sebastian i is easier mer to reaeh reaehfrom reaehfrom moultfrom
from America and England titan titanMonte UnMonte thanMonte
Monte Carlo while it italit1Jatlon its situation i ifully WI WIfully Isfully
fully a as beautiful A number of ofnew ofnew ofnew
new hotel are re being erected and andreal aadreal andreal
real estate i ia booming boomh There will willbe willbe willbe
be twenty gambling parlors and anda
a corps of international detective detectivewill deteetiv81will detectiveswill
will be employed to keep out un undesirable undesirable lD lDcleairable ¬
desirable person Only the risk riehfere 11 11e riske
fere e to have free entry at all time timeOutside timOutaide timesOutside
Outside the license lice fee f the theSppnbh tilteovCllnment thisSp0anhsht
Sppnbh Sp0anhsht government receives per percen peree percet
ee cen ages of the grow gro receipt receiptKno reoeJptaKBO receiptsKnov
Kno Knov f In God We Trust on onAustralian onAu oni
i Australian Au walfn Gold Pieee PieeeVienna Pi PiVien PlanViers
Vienna Vien Dec 4 4The The new hun hundredfrioe hUllredfr bundyedfr
dredfrioe redfr c gold piece 2000 has hfton h hon hason
on it a iiotto otto appealing to the Al Almightyl Air Airmighty AJmicht
mightyl mighty The inscriptions are in inLatin J JLatin 1Latin
Latin jn nODe n one skis i is a new per portrait pertrait 8r 8rtrait ¬
trait of trfVCmperor o Cmperor mperor Francis Joseph Josephon i ion
on the other 0 her the twoheaded eagle eaglelittli eagleI
I A littli ad in The Weekly News NewsWJll Newsw
WJll w lll bri big results resultst
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Ask the next person you meet meetwlmt meetwhRt meetWhat
What is the head on a United UnitedState UnitedSt UtnitetlStates
State St tcM onecent pieee and coo aeowhiit HOWlI1t coowliat
whiit answer you get t How many manyeven numyInn manyeven
even of those who rend thin thinkriowl tIt tItIJcnow7 thisltnmvh
kriowl Probably Ute U l majority majoritywill ma40ritywill majoritywill
will be surprised at the jilt informtt inform information informstteu ¬
tion tt ulven given in the tll following followingfriendly followlnrfJItIMIlr followingb
friendly b letter from a Vermont Vermontrender Vermontreader Vermontreader
reader readerWe
We are glad that the statd ststemost statdwants atatdtntl
wants tntl in year paper and net our ourNtper ourIMI ourpaper
paper IMI a aa well 11 are trustworthy trustworthyIBreK tM1ItWlMthyJDTtIt trustworthyICvert
IBreK a I little slip up from aooutvey aooutveytherefore ACOUrMyerefe aoouraoytherefore
therefore becomes notable Wasnt Wasntthere Wtthere Wasntthere
there such a little slip on page parem
497 September 1 1906 number numberMrI numberMrs T TMrs
Mrs Byrner calls 011 attention to the tit titIme theimage thoimage
image on the American cent and andealls aawlaIlI andealis
ealls it the head of an Indian If Ifwe Ifwe Ifwe
we look again shall we not see seethat l8ett seethat
that all the Indian about it in isthe inthe illtIte
the headdress the face being beingttmt ben bent1tat beingthat < <
that of a white child f I wish h I Ioould IctOuld Ioeuld
oould tell you in what number of ofthe ofthe oftime
the Christian Advocate Advocateprob Advocateprobably prob probably probAbly ¬
ably some time in June Junethere Junetherered Junethereappeared there thereappeared
appeared red a story purporting to be bethe betIll bethe
the true history of this effigy effigyNow etftlr1Now effigyNow
Now get out your pennies and andhunt a11l1hunt andhunt
hunt in vain for any Indian phy physiognomy phyononlY physiognomy ¬
siognomy ononlY there 1 The New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Christian Advocate of May
17 1006 contained the article articlereferred artllereferrecl articlereferred
referred to by F A Noble and amithe andtJte andthe
the substance of the facts is as asfollows asfol1cnr asfollows
follows followsIt fol1cnrCI
CI It i is the head of a gracious graciousAmerican graolouaAmeMn graciousAmerican
American woman who for many manyyears IDAnyeArl manyyears
years eArl was held in admiration both bothfor boUIfor hodsfor
for her beauty beaut and her 81 goodness goodnessi frOOCIaeand
V Vpassed
and i who only i a feW few weeks ago fIOpUlled agopassed
passed on to her great reward rewardHer re reHHer rewardliar
HHer Her name was Keen eenrah BeenSarahLongsere eenrahLongaere Sarah SarahLongacre
Longacre Keen She lived in inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia For thirtyfive thirtyfiveyears thirtyftyeyeArI thirtyfiveyears
years she WM the secretary I18 retal of the thuPhiladelphia tit titPht1adelpW thePldladelphie
Philadelphia Bwmeii of the thetonwy theFo the1Vom
1Vom e Fo For estonar tonwy SaWhen Sa Sarah ¬
j t tJlon
When Jlon rah wan wda a child of
five or six ix year of age ac a dftlega dftlegabi dgb14U1 dalegltthen
bi then n of Indian from the h Ntrth Werthwest Ntrthwest NlrthWWlt
west visited Washington Wu il1gton They Theyoaine Theycame rhy6flJlle
came to see the flight ilh and pay paytheir PlY PlYtheir paytheir
their respect relt tt to the Dig Oltlef of oltho ofthe oftime
the nation After having spent spentconsiderable spentoonMerllhle spentconsiderable
considerable time at the capital capitalthe o ospltilthe pltMl pltMlthe
the Indians were taken to PhiladelphIa PhHfV PhHfVdelphia Phlllc1elhla
delphia Here they were shown shownthe I shownthe OWJ1 OWJ1the
the mint The little girls ftttker tllihrwas fatherwas ftttkerwas
was a fine engrave and WII m < he lard lardofficial hjidofficial JdoftIe
official oftIe 1 connection with Wi M tits this great greatmoney I Ioney greatmoney
money oney factory He wa w was a abenevolent kifteUy kifteUybenevolent Idedilbenevolent
benevolent man nl as well and d Jti Jtiinvited keInvited k kinvited
invited this delegation el atto red men mento teento
to some sort of an entertainment entertainmentat
at his home One of the chiefs eUefshad chiefshad Wet Wethad
had his attention attracted to the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little mi twin and be wa w M pleaeed pleaeedwith p1eMedwith pleesedwith
with her figure and maidenly maidenlybearing mdlrbean maidenlybearing
bearing bean that in a mood ef r rivene ajseH ajseHiveness e eiveneee
iveness ivene he took off hi hll hlll1cl headdaeand hsaddfrjB hsaddfrjBand
and l1cl put it on her head She WM WMnot i WMtot + vtmt vtmtnot
not frightened i but lending her herself kreelt herself ¬
self to the enjoyment of the joke Jakeshe jokeabe jokeshe
s stime
she stood for a moment and wl let letthe letthe
the company look at her Skims Skimsone Iomeone Someone
one present who had both oth an 811for eye eyefor ye yefor
for beauty and artistic IVt tio skill wa waso W nae naeso I
so struck by the appearance wliteli wltlhlittle wlitelilittle whlhlittle
little Sarah S rah Longaere made in inher tnh8r
her Indian hat that he sketehid alutoludher sketehidher ntehlaher
her on eu the th spot The sketeh wan wanengraved W II IIenarrllved sr srengraved
engraved by her father fatherJust fatheree fatherJust
ee Just then the th penny in its itspresent 1 1lrell8nt itbpresent
present form WM w about to he Ie I Isued Is Jtauecl Issued ¬
sued but the figure with whisk wWehits whiskits WIlt WIltita
its face WM to be ornamented tad tadnot hadnot 4 4not
not been enosen eIto chosen n This engraved engravedsketeh eqraWllllaketch engravedsketch
sketch went into competition for forthe fortIle forthe
the honor It WM accepted in inpreference inpreference y ypreference
preference to all other oth l and the theimprint theimprint theimpriat
imprint of it WM transferred to tothe tothe tothe
the neat little pennies peII8i wfcsohUncle whisk wWeltUncle whiskUncle
Uncle Sam for forwo so many yean rea reabeen has hasbeen begbeen
been sending out into the world worldDout worldDon worldDont
Dout Don tp go roun eenaplaininbent eemplainin eemplaininlieut eetnplahdHut
Hut de way yoke friend has hatitreated hul iI iItre
tre treated ted you wid d Uncle Bbeu Bbeukind EbenW7tes
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CHRISTMAS NIGHT NIGHTSometimes lj ljSometime A ASomnetirnes
Sometimes I think that Christmas nights the best bestBefore b8Rtnefore beatsBefore >
Before the nursery lire when were und ll undressed undressedAnd reused IrelllClAnd reusedAnd
And all the toys are put away except exeeptPerhaps eXlMptPerltltpl exceptPerhaps
Perhaps my engine and the babys bear bearThen HMTMn bearThen
Then Mother comes away from from all n the vest vestDownstairs restDownstairs st stDownatailll
Downstairs to tell our Christmas Chri tmu story there thereSite therSIt thereShe
Site SIt takes the baby bab on her lap and we weSit we8ft weSit
Sit found her on the hearthrug so we see seeTke l8ePke seeThe
The picture in the fire and then site tolls r rAbout dl dlAbout
About how 10 sheplierds watched their fleeko eeka by nfgli nfgliAfld nrlJtk nrlJtkAnd nigkAnd
And what time angel said and how the tI three threeWise tt11Wiae threeWise
Wise king kin came riding ridil1gAnd and the big stars bu light lightAnil 1IIlttAlIIl a aAnd
And then she tell us n how it showed the way wayTo wayTo y
To just a l stable where the oxen sta staAncl stay stayAnd tay tayAnd
And thee they the found Him in hi hhl Mothers 8 arms saneA armsA 1 1A
A little baby ChristChild ChriltCbildl1Il and Us smiled smiledAnd IIi mailedAnd l lnd
And nd that she says is what made Christmas day dayFor dayFor dayFor
For you 011 and me and every little childBefore child ohlldDCor oimildlefor
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Sometimes I thin t1link that ChrJatmlUl niltt nights tbBlbt tbBlbtDVlUYjod time best bestIlverybodys >
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Weep little baby I love times tlieeSleep tileeItp timessleep
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Here II in my arms a M I swing the th to sleep lIMPjIghaby f fHushaby
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XS Ing + aga may y have wonderful jewel to bring bringottier b nl iN
toUter ottier has only a kiss k II for her king king11Way I Im7
Way should my singing so make we lit weep weept weeptOnly wee weeOnJ7 > >
Only I know that I love 10 thee I love the theLove tkee tkeeLove 1 1 1Love
Love thee my little one sleep sleepAlfred aleepAlfrod sleepAlfred
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