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I Fresh ish from an illuminating iuinaUng heart to toIJieftrt toea toconfabulaUoii
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Ifiryan ra symposium syposum In the th intervals intra of ofthe ofihe
the 110 struggle strglle strugglobotween between betwon tho American Aerca Monte MonteUarlo Monteritr1o
Uarlo t arlo and ad the tl Stato Stto police polc tho Hon lon TOM TOMj TOl To Toi1te
j quite liO i1te often oftn finds fnw opportunity opporuty for a 0 word wordor wor
or lr two What nt will wi especially especaly impress impr an anItnger anIaer anIger
Itnger Iaer people however is I Mr TAQQABTS TAQQABTSAlcfinitlon TAOARTS TAOARTStlefUon TAaaAirrsklefinlUon
r Alcfinitlon tlefUon of Mr Ir BRYANS BRYNS attitude attituder atttud
Vfa WI will wi favor avor the regulation relulaton of railroads rla not notthe DO DOlbs notiths
the lbs ownership owrlp of them th m Ownership Ornl of railroads rara I IUtnow 1IO ILbnoiv
Utnow IO li I cot 10t at the present pre nt time tle In Mr Dunns DunnsWnd DJTK Ifltyenlnd
Wnd WndBut aID aIDBut nlnd
But why not There Thee is i room in that thatJmmeasurablo thatmmeurblB thatmmeasurab1o
t Jmmeasurablo mmeasurab1o cavity cvity for everything everythingOther overUling overUlinger everythingI
I Other er considerations c1ideraton may have hve crowded crowdedto crwded crwdedo
to o the front frnt of late Int especially epecaly that of ofgetting ofttnG ofgitthig
getting ttnG the io Democratic Democratc nomination nomnaton next neitMimrner nextuer nextsummer
summer uer but how can ca oven the tb th Hon HonTou lon lonTou HonTOMTAOLtIIT
Tou TOMTAOLtIIT TAQOART feel wholy wholly sure 8ur that tt the theJdca theMea thedca
Mea tho fixed fxed purpose purpoo does doe not lurk lurkin lurkin lurkin
in some quiet though ineffably ielably potential potentialnlley potentialI
nlley at the back of noisier and ad moro moropressing marJrig morreUaIng
I fley to
pressing Jrig things thinJ Government Goverment owner ownership ownerfhlp ownerthlp ¬
ship and tho initiative initato and ad the referen referendum rfern rferndu referendumP ¬
du dumP burst burt from frm Mr Ir URTANS yawning yawninglips yawninglips awnng awnnglips
lips when he ho first tnt landed Ilndod on these thCo shores shoresHomo shor ehoressome
Homo Mmt months month ago n o As A to thoso th00 proposi propositions prposi prpositon propositions ¬
tions ton his ambitions havo muzzled muled Ids Idsgarrulity hisJaUty IdeI
I garrulity JaUty tinco then Stilt alert aer and andwnuous andiouou9 andiinuout
wnuous ho adjusts adjust himself l mU with case eM to tocirciimritnnto torl tocireumttanco
circiimritnnto rl mltnnco Ho hits his heard her from Iom tho thoSouth thoout theouth
South out where wher thinking men have clearly clearlyforecasted ccary ccaryforcMtd clearlyforecated
forecasted forcMtd tho operation operton of Government Governmentownership Goverment Govermentwerhip Governmentnwnerhip
ownership in conjunction cnjuncton with wit the Civil CivilService Civi CivilService
Service Srk Commission mid 111 ho is willing wlng to toretire tortr toetIro
retire rtr that that plan for tlits tl moment as a mere merecaprice merecapric merecaprke
caprice capric But there ther In il i a 1 rift rit in il tho lute lutewhich lutewhich
which Mr Ir TAGOAIIT TAGOAJT handles hlndlC so industri industriously industr industriously ¬
ously And everybody everboy knows it iti
i Wanted A A National atonal Sng SngTher SongI Song SongThem
I Them Ther are ar indications indicat01 that a 1 long suffer suffering Ruler Rulerfng ¬
1 tug people poplo has Iln lia reached rached tho point pint of des desperation de desperatlon ¬
peration rton as o to that lugubrious lugbrious and Ind dismal dismalmoan dlsmnln10an dismalmoan
moan Tho Star Str Spangled Span cd Banner We Werefer Werfer Werefer
refer rfer of course COUI to tho alleged aUe o music musicwhich mushhIch tnusiwhich
which was wa tolerablo mough 60 o long In as asono aSone
ono On could escape Ccnpo it hut which since lil its itsadoption ilsaopton itsadoption
adoption aopton by tho Government crment an n the thenational thenatonl thenational
national natonl air ha tins assumed the propor proportions proporton proportiona ¬
tions ton of a moist mOft pestiferous p tror1 epidemic It Ithas I Ithas
has hn como to pax pa l that thnt innocent imolcnt persons personsfrom pef rersonfrornail lnl
from 1maU frornail all parts pArl of the country have bwtt bwttnfflict blmnictr betttfUictAd
nfflict nictr l by it when hcl herz visiting bltng tho national nationalcapital nutonnl nutonnlcapItl nationalcapital
capital capItl and havo returned reured Interto the thnrefuge thorruge theFefuge
refuge rruge of distant diltant homes home to hpreud the theBtory thetor thetory
tory tor of their martyrdom Little Litlc by bylittle hyJitle bylittle
little Jitle it has established clublldlet itself iselC in the therepertory therpror theTepertdry
repertory rpror of nil al tho Federal bands hnndr and andorchestras nndorchttra andi
i orchestras orchttra JDrohestras prohetra in loyal theatres theatreshurl theatreshurl theatreshurl
hurl it at their unoffending molcnding patrons latront And Andno
1 no from trm tho centre of tho universe univere in the theWhite thete the4i
4i White te House Ioue it i is flung un fur and wide to totorture totru totorture
torture tru helpless thousands tholsand who have ha e done donenothing doneotlng donoI
I nothing otlng t to deserve deervI so 10 ill i u u fate fateWhy fateWhy lateWhy
Why this thA awful composition ompoiton wan wa ever everAdopted eradopted everjtlOptel
Adopted OH l the tl national nltolalunthem anthem nobody nobodyneems nobocJ nobodyL
L neems eem to know kow In II the days 11Ls of CLEVE CLEVELAND CLEVEUNO CLEVEI ¬
I LAND UNO and Rnt HARRISON 1nmRos when SOUR was wastho WI wasI <
I tIm Government Goverment bandmaster bundmMtr Hail Hui Co Columbia Co1umbla CeI ¬
I lumbia was Wi made mau the patriotic patriotc tailend tailendnumber tulend tulendnumr tailenlnumber
number In public puhlc concerts cncI1rt all ul over Wash Washington Wushinlton Witsltington ¬
ington inlton It v V i HO 10 during the Fanciulli Fanciulliregime Fanciullir anciul
regime r gie gime wni whi < hticcoodod Iucocd ticCO deI that of Sous SousThen SUB SUBThen t tThen
Then canto cal lieutenant icutmult SACTELMAV SACELIN a amaestrowho araetrowho aj
j maestrowho raetrowho ems emi to t think thik that thatRlclARD thatRlclARDWAGNE RICHARD RICHARDWAONER RIcIZADDWAGNER
WAGNER WAGNE wrot j his best bst rausio muio for brass brassbands brAS brASbanda brassbands
bands and ever since liC Washington Wahngon has hashad haAha hasI
I had ha The Ktar Spangled Spaged Banner Baner at nil nilhours ni allhours
hours haul of the day ay and night nght until ut tho thopatient thoFltent thepatient
patient Fltent multitudes multtude havo hvo como cmo to t regard regardit rgardit
it as a a penalty pnalty of free frc citizenship ctze11ip as W the theexpedient te teexpient thet
t expedient expient expcdi nt of an inscrutable inscrtlo Providence Providenceto
to preserve rreere them from godless gole prido and andostentation nndOtentnUon andostentation
ostentation OtentnUon The Til encyclopaedias enccloplM assert assertthat assertthat
that tt KEYS KyS wori words were adapted aopted by his hisdirection hl hisdirection
direction droton to t an English Englsh tune tuc JOHN JOl Jon STAF STAFFORD BrrOUDSMITILS ¬
FORD FRDS1lS OUDSMITILS SMITHS Anacrcon Anacron in Heaven It Itwas Iti
f i was I ne not in heaven that ANACREON AACEON heard heardthose hl hlt0 heardI
I those t0 walla wal fTindcod ifndeod ho over heard head them themat
at all al for in i another anote world they iey are re the theBrails thea thet
t Brails a of lost eoute and nd in i this tl world they theyVerve theyt
Invitation to tho Tomb TombIt TombI
t 5r Verve as a an InvlnUon t
It I may m y fit ft tho present plight plght and ac accommodate actoat acornrnodate ¬
commodate toat both bth parties parl to the to drama dm to toreduce toreduce
reduce themselves iorelve to t a 0 choice colc between betweena
nuo a to 1 dcurn deu and ad a litany lany with wUl Tho Star StarSpasglod StarI
I r Spasglod 81Jd Banner which will wl servo Bre for foreither fort
t 5 either et What Wht the American Americ people pple wont wonthowever wantI at atheer
I however heer aa a g a song 80nl that tmt will wi truly ty repre represent repropent ¬
noblo and their splendid splendidfuture splendidI
sent Mt their ti past pwt tho Bpledd Bpleddft
I future ft is I some Bmu burst bUlt of joyous and ad tri triumphant t tn tntuupbant ¬
r umphant apht harmony bonYomething harmonysomething something they t can caninarch canmarch
t march sc to t dance dolu to fight and nd conquer conquerwith cnqr cnqrit conquerwith
with it not a mournful wouul and ald despondent despondentCroan depondent depondenta despondentgroau
Croan groaui a
i 1 i1i Sir Henry IcnlY CampbellBanHermaw CampbellBanHermawJleilga
L Jleilga Jleilgar Jellga Jellgar
r Sir fr HERY HENRY HENRYrecent r rp CA1E A8 A8recnt
p recent recnt i severe 60VCr nuaCIS nta atta ot illness ile an a attack attacko atak atakfo
fo o which ho nearly succumbed sucumbe has ha nat nattirally na natrraliy
tirally revived rvved the t report repor of his h intentloa intentloashortly IteUoa IteUoathor
1 trl shortly to resign mj n tho ofilco oIco of Prime Pe Mln Mlnitor rtllnItor
itor thor iltor When We Lord Lrd SALISBUBT SALSDUY retired ret few fewijnlonipta fewVuion1ta
ijnlonipta disputed the fitness flnt of bit bitnephew hisnephew
nephew nephw nont Air M Ir A J BALFOVB BAOUR to replace replacehlra replacelulL
lulL hbFor For the ie Liberals L however the t se selection e ejection
jection of a successor IUCr would offer < ler a gnwa gnwaiind gryJncl
Jncl iind perplezing 1exing question questionOf queto
I I Of OfC pl course the t choice dolowo cholcowould would hv have to t b bmade be beI betnndo
made from tom among ao arnon the t members mb of the tbef
I f mae existing Cabinet Ct and recent nct experience experiencelas eIperI4nceibown
S las emt ibowa that u it i is f ezpedieat eLfor for theLead the theI
111 J Lead I a of 0 atb 0 OveeMtb T n ee t be abo a leadac I kad kadd4l
of hia hlp hieparty party in I the to House lol of Commons CommonsIn Cmmons CmmonsIn
BELLBANNERMAN DEBANEA has 1M had ha for his prin principal prn prncip principal ¬
cipal cip coadjutors cautl Mr H H I ABQUITH ABQUITHChancellor ASQUITt AsquirirChancellor
Chancellor Caclor of the ia Exchequer Exceuer Sir EDWARD EDWARDGBET EDW ED WAUD WAUDOitr AnD AnDOREY
GBET Secretory Sereta for Foreign Forig Affairs AffairsMr Afam AfamM AffairsMr
Mr M R R H HALDANE HLAE Secretary Sretar for War WarMr Wa WarMr
Mr JOHN JOl MOBLBT MQRLY Secretary Srt for India IndiaMr IndiaM IndiaMr
Mr M AtJauariNB AUOC9TI BIRRELL BI now noW Secretary Secretaryfor SecretaryforlrelandMr
for forIrJd forlrelandMr Ireland Mr LLOYD QEOROB President Presidentof Prldent Prldentor
of the to Board Boar of Trade True and nd Mr WINSTON WINSTONCHURCHILL WINST WINsToNCmJUcUILL
CHURCHILL CnCDL Parliamentary PaJaenta Secretary Screta for fortheColonial forthe fortheColonial
theColonial the Colonial Office Ofce Of Ofthe OfthcsoMrAsqurru these Mr r Auourrit Auourritas AQUI
as 1 a devoted devote friend frend of Lord Lrd EOBEBKRY EOBEBKRYwould RSEIRT RSEIRTwoud RO8EBERYwould
would woud exasperate exaperate the Irish Ih Nationalists NationalistsMr Natonait
Mr HALDANE HALANE is i a great metaphysician metaphysicianbut metaph1ica
but in i the discussion dic lon of general topics tpic he hehas heh heheR
has h not the gift of striking ftrklnK a popular popularchord popularchord
chord chor and his plan pla of military mita reform reformwhile rfon reformwhile
while whie meeting meetng with approval apprva in some somequarters somequam somequarters
quarters quam has hu provoked provoke vehement criti criticism cit cniticlan ¬
clan cim in I others other Mr IrlonLY MORLET is il too t deeply deeplycommitted deply deplycommtte deeplycommitted
committed commtte to Homo 10me Rule to please a largo largofraction lgo lgofraion largefraction
fraction fraion of his hi party prty Mr lr BIRRELL BIRE te tean i isan
an a epigrammatist epigamatit but scarcely recog recognized recg recgnize recognized ¬
nized nize as 1 a of the te calibre cUbre whereof wherf Prime PrimeMinisters Pme PmelInltem PrimeMinisters
Ministers lInltem ore a made mae Mr Ir LLOYD LYD GEORGE GEORGEis GEORGEi
is i one of tho ablest ablet members memblm of tho Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net and ad if i the Laborites Lbrte should treblo treblotheir tblo tblotheir treblotheir
their strength in the next Parliament Parliamentho Palaent PalaenthI
ho hI might bo accepted accepte as 11 the chIef of a aLiboralLaborito aLlbaLbrito aLiberalLaborite
LiboralLaborito LlbaLbrito coalition caiton but his h hour hourhas hourhO hourhas
has hO not yet arrived arive As for forMr Mr llr Cnuncir CnuncirILL CUURCI
ILL I ho has h advanced advac rapidly in public publioesteem pubJo pubJoetcm publicestcem
esteem etcm but his hi independent spirit has hasgiven hO hasgiven
given his hi colleagues coleae some uneasiness uneasinessand uneaie I
and in those th80 days dn he would bo b regarded regardedan regare
an I too young although some nino yean yeanolder yen yenolder yearsolder
older than tha was tho th younger PUT PIT when whenhe whenle whenho
he le was first ft made Premier Pemier Besides eidC we wecannot wecannot wecannot
cannot recall rcal one precedent preceent for the abrupt abruptelevation abrpt abrptelevaton abruptelevation
elevation elevaton of an Assistant Assistat Secretary Scrcta of ofStato orStato otStato
Stato to the headship of a Ministry MinistryBy In try tryBy
By a process pl then th n of elimination eUlnaUon we wereach wereach e era
reach ra the te conclusion cncuion that ia Sir SII EDWARD EDWARDGREY EDW EDWGREY EowinnGREY
GREY is i most mOrt likely lkely to become bcome Premier Premierand Pemier Pemiernd
and nd leader leael of tho Liberals LibraI in the House HoubOof I Ior
BELLBANXEKMAX DELBA NEnMAN resign Whether ho howould lt hewould
would also alo retain rtain his hi present prcnt office ofco of ofForeign orForign oIForeign
Foreign Forign Secretary Secretr is uncertain uncrin for there theremust theromlst theremust
must mlst bo b a limit to his Mi capacity capaciy for work workAmericans workAmeriean workAmericans
Americans would havo reason to be bepleased bepleased
pleased plea at his hil appointment for by con concluding concludin concluding ¬
cluding cludin an agreement 4jreement with Russia Iu5Mia ho hohas hohO hohas
has hO done his hi best bt to render superfluous superfluoustho lperflou lperfloutho
tho AngloJapaneso Anfloapanlo treaty which he hewould hewould liewould
would doubtless dOlbte allow alow to lapse lap8eln in August AUKustIOU
IOU 1015It loisIt
IOUI It I has ha been ben suggested Ufe5ted that the present presentPremier precnt precntPrmier presentPremier
Premier Prmier even should ho feel fel incapaci incapacitated Incapai Incapaitate incapadtated ¬
tated tate to go on performing the dual func function tlnc tlnction functiort ¬
tion which ho has hl hitherto hihero discharged dischargedmight diKCblrl tiischargedmight
might relieve relovo his followers folower from the thounwelcome theunwelcme theunwelcome
unwelcome unwelcme necessity of choosing choOil a suc successor 6UCcor successor ¬
cessor cor by taking taing a seat in tho House 10110 of ofLords oCLrI ofLords
Lords LrI where emancipated from the toil toilof toilot toilof
of leading tho Liberals IibraI in tho House 1OU80 of ofCommons orCommoJ ofCommons
Commons CommoJ ho could still sti retain rtain the direc direction directon direction ¬
tion ton of the Government That wan WW tho thocourse thoCOIJe thecotirete
course COIJe which Lord Lor BEACONSFIELD BCONSF1JLD pur pursurd Jlrled IflIrstied
surd led under somewhat similar simiar circum circumstances circumBtnC circuinstances ¬
stances BtnC but tho precedent is i not a happy happyone
one for rlr the socalled focallxl Fourth Jourh Party Pary or organized orgllze organized ¬
ganized gllze an insurrection Inurreton against agaist Sir STAF STAFFORD STl Srtrroan ¬
FORD FRD NORTIICOTE NORTICOTE his lieutenant leutennnt in the thoCommons th thCmmons theCommons
Commons Cmmons Sir STAFFORD RTIFORD however was wasan WRIn waan
an In easygoing man handicapped by the thesuspicion thesUlpicon thesuspicion
suspicion sUlpicon of feeling feelng too much deference deferencefor dererlnco dererlncofor
for Mr r GLADSTONE OLDTONt to whom ho had hadonce hadonce liationce
once occupied the position pOiton of private privatesecretary prhutefecretar prhatosecretary
secretary fecretar No o such tlch objection objecton could couldmao bo bonmdo bemade
made mao to Mr Ir ASQUITH SQUTf who is ii a man of ofhttirdy otMtUry ofsturdy
sturdy MtUry fibre fbrf and doubtless doubtlA the Home HomeRule HOlo HOloRule lionicRule
Rule Liberals Librl would tolerate him him so fO long longas IOI
as he should not lot be invented iltld with the theauthority thoaUlhoriy theauthority
authority aUlhoriy of a Premier Whether lwthfr with withany withan withany
any an show of Ir oonsinUncy onlilfnlY Sir HFVHV HFVHVCAMFBfcLLntNXhRUAN Utsnv UtsnvA IiENIwCAMIBELLBNERMAN
CAMFBfcLLntNXhRUAN A IBtLL sSlmMN Cfin an RCCpt HI r opt rt n necat uenl ELseat
enl in the Houxe HO O of lords after ufer pro proclaiming pr praiming Pruclaiming ¬
claiming < a campaign lpai1 against llilt that body bodyis
is a question queton open opcn to dispute dipltf In homo homoquarters homoellarten sonicluarters
quarters ellarten such Ilch a 1 step on his p pert < rt r might mightexpose milllt millltexpoe mightexpose
expose him to the charge hinro of insincerity insinceritybut in inineeritybut inlerity inleritybut
but it i may bo b said on the other hand handthat handthat handthat
that he could render render bin party anti ml the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British nation naton a great Jrtat service Ierice in the up upper upperhouse upperhouse > cr crhouse
house by setting tettlJ forth forh there ther the argu arguments IrKI IrKImentH argutmeats ¬
meats for limitation lmitaton of its authority Iuthort HP HPhas lieIran
has never ner advocated advocate the abolition ablton of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that chamber hut blt has ha demanded such tleh an anemendation nnemendaton anemendation
emendation emendaton of it as wOlld would mam make it duly dulysubordinate dulyMuhorlnate dulysubordinate
subordinate Muhorlnate to the definitely defniely pronounced pronouncedwill pron9uncedwi
will of the electorate electorateThe
The Snapshot Xubanrt Nuisance NuisanceThere > ul nnrr nnrrThere
There will wi be b scant tCltt sympathy with wI11 the theunlucky Uleunlucky theunlucky
unlucky photographer photgrphr who was wu fined fned in intho intho hithe
tho night court t on Monday for making makinga
a 1 nuisance Duislceot of himself hlmKel in front frnt frontof of Madison MadisonSquare Maison MaisonSquare MadisonSquare
Square Garden Ho was W only an em employee employee employee ¬
ployee to be sure Rur earning his hs living livingbut JvIng JvIngblt livingbut
but blt the annoyance aoyac to t which he helubjectd helubjectdeverl subjected subjectedseveral subjectedseveral
several everl persons was Wl great gat and ad one which whichis
is increasing incr ing constantly cJtty One need not notbo notbe notbe
be in public pubJo life Je or conspicuous in any anywalk unywalk anywalk
walk to the attention of the
earn elr pro professional profc6Ionalsnnpshotter professlonal ¬
fessional fc6Ionalsnnpshotter ennpshotter and nd the protection protectionformerly protectionformerly
formerly formery enjoyed by the humble and andlowly andlowly andlowly
lowly through thrugh their modest moet situation situaton is iscontinually I iscontinually
continually decreasingThe
contnualy decreasing decrelingTe
The Te illustrated lutrated periodicals perodlca are respon responsible rspon rsponlble responsible ¬
sible for fortho fortheseinvaslons these invasions invulon of privacy prvay which whichresult wblchreult whichresult
result reult in exhibiting exhbItng men and ad women to totheir totheir totheir
their acquaintances acquaIntncs and to t the world ord at atlarge atlarge atlarge
in the and andundignified andundignified
large te most unsatisfactory unsatsfactr ad adundigfe
undignified undigfe poses Years Yel ago the cam camera camero camera ¬
era ero was wa trained traned only ony on notables no bleB either eitherat eltler eltlerat
at their own ow request or with their im implied i hitplied ¬
plied pled sanction acUon while who they were wer appear appearing appearig appearbig ¬
big ig in publio publc They Tey photographed photographe had badopportunity hadoporuIty hadopportunity
opportunity oporuIty to present prent themselves temlve in inthe Inthe Inthe
the most advantageous ndvatgeou light and ad were wereridiculous wereridiculous
ridiculous rdIculou only ony in frank frak and Id honest honest carl caricature car carlcature ¬
cature Now the most shrinking hrkIg of men menis meni menIS
is i likely licy to find fd himself hmel perpetuated pcctualed in inpictures Inpicure inpictures
pictures picure showing showig him h in I the te act of tying tyinghis tyig tyighi tyinghis
his hi shoo so lace lac or brushing brhing his hi hat The Thoaudacity To Toaudiy Theaudacity
audacity audiy and ad resourcefulness resourcfulnCs of the thephotographers thephotgpher thephotographers
photographers photgpher have hve no limits lm and the thegood ihegood
good 100 taste tato and considerateness conslderatenC of their theiremployers thei theiremployers
employers Teloped TelopedA emloyer appear appea to bo b entirely entrely undo undeveloped undoTeloped ¬
A study of the te illustrated iustrate press pres will willfurnish willfurnish i
furnish furh ample apl explanation epllton of the ie reason reasonwhy ron ronwh reasonwhy
why wh time t most Ie beautiful bt and ad vain a of ofwomen orWo ofwomea
women Wo or the t handsomest hdme and a moat moatconceited m0t m0tcncte mostconceited
conceited cncte of men m should d object obje to the thocasual to tocoal thecasual
casual coal photographer phoogph It la I not given to toall toall
all al to look their thei beet b as they te climb cUb gve into intoa Ito Itoa
a hansom ham or pick their tei way across C a amuddy amuddy amuddy
muddy roadway raway Nor or Is f tho lens t of the thecamera to toce thecamera
camera ce always awala fair It It frequently fruety die distorts d dietorts ¬
torts t features fe flattens fteM beads be and ad re reproduces noproduces ¬
produces bcdl b bodIes e IB I disproportion dpro When TVhonto Whento
to t puc its I active a malignity mt to L added adde the ie effect effectof effectof
of the t fbt flashlight which whc possesses p tho thoart thoa theart
art a of making ml the to most mo Solomonlike Slomollke be betray b betn7 ¬
tray t a all U toe t outward otwad signs Ign of idiocy or ortasanity or1t orhiMnity
tasanity 1t the th result ruIt is I not not pleasant for fortbe lort forthe
the t victim l snd an bis hi friends fends A roan ma no nomore nomor nomore
more mor surely lurly bctrnyj 1trl himself hcJ to his enemy enemyvL
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by writing wrtng a book bok than th ho docs do by sub submitting SbI subinitting ¬
mitting mlttng to tho flashlight flhlght artist artistRecently at atRcnUy artistRecently
Recently RcnUy there ter have been bn a few hopeful hopefulsigns hopful hopfulsig hopefulsigns
signs sig of rebellion rbelon against agant the ie tyranny tyrannyof tyany tyanyof
of tho camera cera In a 0 national nton convention conventionsovcn cnventon cnventon80ven
seven years ago one of the machines mnchlne was waskicked W Wkicke waskicked
kicked kicke over by an irate Irat delegate Tho Thoproprietors Thoproprietr Theproprietors
proprietors proprietr of at least leat one popular ppular dining diningplace diningplao diningplace
place plao havo refused rrWed o permit pnI pcrmittho the things thingsto thinl
to bo b used us on their premises prem But tho thogreat to togrnt thogreat
great majority maorty of private prvat citizens citzen unor unorganized uor uorganlzeel unorganizel ¬
ganized and ad without cooperation oprton is i at atthe atthe atthe
the mercy of enterprising entrrisin publishers pubJlher and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their persistent penlstnt agente aJent Perhaps PcrhlJ1 a Q pop popular pp popular
ular revolt rvolt may bo b at It hand had and there theremay ther therDay theremay
may Day como mo IL day when only those th0 who whowant whowat whowant
want wat their photographs published publihe will wl be becompelled h becompelled
compelled compelld to t endure endur it unless unlC they toy aro arocandidates ar arCdldutcE amcandidates
candidates CdldutcE for public publo office ofo or commit cmmit a acrime 0 0crme acrime
crme crimeA
A Comparison of Trade Fields FieldsAmerican IleldAerican FieldsAmerican
American Aerican sales 8416 to t Europe EuroJ including Incuding the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Kingdom for fol the nino months monthsended month monthsended
ended with Ith September Sptember were wcr St350 St350mor 13502000 13502000more 4359OOOmore
more mor than those thoo of tho corresponding correspondingperiod corrpndig corrpndigpriod correspondingperiod
period priod in 1006 11 Sales SaC to neighbors nelghbol of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Western tr Hemisphere Hemipher although altough only onlyabout onlyabout onlyabout
about 40 per pr cent of the tho European Jurpln ac account a acount socount ¬
count increased incrnd nearly 42000000 42oO In Intho Inthe Inthe
the former formercMe rose the thelain gain has been a 1 trifle triflemoro trfe trfemoro triflemore
moro than 5 per pr cent cnt in tho latter later case CMI
14 per pr cent centReferring lntUeterring centReferring
Referring to tho same period Jerio in all allcases allCaSes
cases CMC American AmerIca sales sul to the te United Unied King Kingdom Kin Kindom Kingdom ¬
dom show an increase of Sl4oo 14000000 while whiletho whie whietho whilethe
tho increase Incrl in tho Canadian Caaia account accunt wan WO
10000000 10000 The ho German Genna account gained ane
11800 18000000 and the account accunt with France Frnce
170000 7500000 Mexico Iexco enlarged enlled her pur purchases purhMC purhW4CS ¬
chases hMC by 0000000 600 and ad the South Amer Americans AmerluM AnieriCltfli4 ¬
icans luM by 7000000 700 Italys IaIYH account accountwhich accountwhich accountwhich
which in amount amout is ii about nbout tho same SMl as asthat 1 asthat
that of Cuba shows a 0 gain Iain of 1000000 1000000while 100 I00U000while
whie while that of tho latter later increased incrl S5O 3000 ooo
000 0 Sales Sle to Argentina Arlcntna show a decline declno of ofnearly ofnearly ofnearly
nearly 1000000 100 while whio Brazil Brai increased increasedhernccountby increMcdher increasedheraccountby
hernccountby her account b nearly neary S400UO S400UOThu 4000000 4000000Tho 4000000The
The relative reaUo percentage percntage > of trade trae gain gainin ain ainin
in these thC1 areas Arn Europe Europ and tho Western WesternHemisphere Wetor Westernhemisphere
Hemisphere Jlmlspher holds during durnJ a period priod of ofyears ofeRn ofyears
years eRn Sales to Euro Europe > a for tho fiscal fiscalyear t fiscalyear cal calyelr I
year yelr 1002 102 were SI08OJ1ISI 1008033081 and 101 for 1007 1007l20S45J3so 107 107SI2R453M 1007t20S4521S0
SI2R453M l20S45J3so a 1 gain gum of of1 30 per pr cent lnt Sales Salesto
to tho Western WCter Hemisphere Hem pher were wer 242014 212014f07
607 f07 in 1002 10 and 431007815 4117115 in 1007 107 a gain gainof
of approximately ho 8 per cent In 1002 1002our 102 102our 1902our
our European accounts accuntL represented 73 71percent 73pr 73percent
percent pr rnt of our ourttl ourthtni total export expor business buin t and andour andour andour
our Western Weter Hemisphere JemIphero accounts 175 175pr 175II i7 i7pr
pr II r cent In 1007 107 tho European Europan account accountrepresented ncountrepreente accountrepresented
represented repreente 61 per tent and the Western WesternHemisphere Weter Westernhemisphere
Hemisphere account 23 per pr cent centBecause centecauHu centflecause
Because ecauHu almost I Irost compelled comJcUcd by circum circumstances crcum crcumftnce circumstances ¬
stances ftnce to do so 10 Europe and Great GreatBritain Gret GretIritin GreatBritain
Britain Iritin buy our foodstuffs fostul provisions provisionsand
and raw materials matcraL Effort lort to place placemanufactured plc placemanufactured
in thorn markets marketsalthough marketsalthough
manufactured manufacured wares ware thol maket maketalhough
although alhough it has ha met with some BUCCCFS BUCCCFSencounters tUCl tUClencounters successencounters
encounters tho stubborn 8tubbo opposition of oflocal otlocnl oflocal
local interests Interet Much the larger larlcr part par of ofour ofour ofour
our business busine in the Western WCter Hemisphere Hemisphereis
is represented reprtnte by manufactured manuCactur goods goodsand goos goosnd goadsand
and nd in that region lion wo encounter r chiefly chieflytho chiefy chiefythe
the competition comptton of Europe Europ and ad only ony a him limited lm lmited himited ¬
ited opposition oppition from local oal interests intlt The Thelimit Thelimit
limit lmit of our sales sle is I practically practcaly tho limit limitof lmit
of our commercial enterprise enterrIse and ad heal business buI healrices ¬ I
ness 101 energy Tho fact tac that our gain gln in inthat inthat inthat
that area has ha been 80 per pr cent in five fiveyenrw fve fvevea fiveyenr
yenrw vea does do not moan InUI that we have havereached haverOlched havereached
rOlched reached the end rne of our opportunity opporuni It Itis I Itis
is i merely merrl a proof that another So 81 per percent Iertent percent
cent tent increase inerln ran be effected rlected within the thonext thenext thenext
next five years yearslnlnlrrln yearsEngineering
Engineering TAlent erMii nrI erMiitrlanlMn Equcs Equcst qul
trlanlMn trlanlMnTho I rlanlmThe rianisinThe
The echoes of Ir tli the great Jrelt test tft ride con continue cotltinue coiltinue ¬
tinue to reverberate rerberle The worst wort havoc havoooccurred hnvoooccurr havococcurred
occurred occurr in il the tht Engineer Enlinrr Corps somo fome of ofwhose orwho ofwhose
whose who e distinguished diltn uiKhCd mrmberh membn have more moretisn moreIS0
tisn IS0 for a 1 dolphin than for a 1 bronco broncoWe bronc
We refer rertrt referto to Colonels Colonelt who have 11e charge char e of ofnvcr orrver ofriver
river rver and harbor works that ardf ard ar being beingpushed LliJ LliJflshed beingpushed
pushed to completion Iorpleton under their per personal Icr Icrona personal ¬
sonal ona direction diretion Boards oardt of trade and nld tho thotransportation thotrallportaton thet
transportation trallportaton t associations Mociaton associat inns are greatly greatlyconcerned greatlyconcerned raty ratytoncere
concerned toncere to neo engineer el ineer officers ofCt 1 who whohave whohae whohave
have been en d0 on the job for several leveral yeans yeansto year
to use a phrase universally unlvcrnly understood understoodremain undentood undentoodremaIn understoodremain
remain at their posts post until unti a channc ciztmiiie < Itle has hasbeen hasbeen
been deepened or a harbor basin wi widened widentl widenial ¬
denial To have them snatched Mlutched away in intho Intho inthe
tho meridian merdia of their usefulness uKefulnC would be bea
a grievance Irievance not not to bo borho brho unprotest unprotestingly unprotet unprotetingly unprotestingly
But that ii threatened threatenedby
ingly w actually lcualy thretened thretenedby
by the drastic drlto army rido order orderIn orderIn
In n harbor habor work an engineer tnJincr officer officerwho ofeer ofeerwho officerwho
who is i no longer young nor lor longer rides rideoa ridt ridta
a horse hore in tho performance pororanco of his hi duties dutieshas dute dutieshas
has b a tendency to take toe on flesh feh For Forinstance IorIntce Forinstance I
instance Intce there is i Colonel WILLIAM W1LAll L LMARSHALL LMARSHALL LMARShALL
MARSHALL who has ha been ben in charge of ofthat orthnt ofthat
that imperative imperatve improvement the cn cnttrcton construction con construction ¬
struction of tho Ambrose Channel at atNew atNew atNew
New York General GRANT GJN OnA excused euRec Col Colonel Colonel Colonel ¬
onel MARSHALL lltSJALL from galloping galoping trotting trottingand trtng trtngand
and riding fifteen fteen mites mM on the back of a ahorse ahore ahorse
horse hore because he won Wl too heavy heav for forequestrian rorequetria forequestrian
equestrian equetria exercise exercite his weight having havinggono havlnl havinggono
gono up to 300 30 pounds poundsIf I
If I tho President Prldont obdurately oburately stands standsupon stnc standsupon
upon tho enforcement enforcment of his hi order to totho t tothe
the letter lettr in all al cases CIS Colonel MARSHALL MARSHALLmust MAitsluiimust
must mUlt leave tho service serke although ho is isalmost il Isalmost
almost if not quite quIt indispensable Indlspnblo as astho astiLe
the engineer in charge of New York Yorkharbor Yorkharbor Yorkharbor
harbor The Te same sao fate fat impends Impnc over overColonel overColonel overColonel
Colonel CUARLES E DAVIS DvB who is in incharge inchgo inchargo
charge chgo of river and harbor harbr Improve Improvements improvement Improvemonts ¬
ments ment at Detroit Detrit and who was wa excused excusedfrom excusedfrom I
from the test because becaus he was WI physically physicallyincapa physIcly physIclyIlcpa physicallyIncapa
incapa Ilcpa h m of taking tho ride rde Colonel ColonelDAVisa Clonel ClonelDAVSS ColonelDAviss
DAVisa DAVSS services serlce have been ben of inestima inestimable inetma inetmaI ¬
ble value to shipping interests Intrets on the thelakes thelakes
te telae
I lakes lae and ho never misses mI sM a day from fromhis fromI
I his hs duties dutes If I the President PrCldent insists In8Ist on onhaving onhavng onhaving
having havng engineer eu ner officers ofor who con ca ride ridebucking rde rdebuckIng ridebucking
bucking broncos bronc on tho New NeW York and andDetroit ad adDetroIt andDetroit
Detroit assignments MHlgnelt the harbor harbr works worksmay worksmay orksmay
may suffer suer but a great gat principle prncplt will willbavo wi willhave
have triumphed trumphe A sense sn of the to fitness fitnessof
of things thing would woud seem 8m to require requr in the thecases te teCe thecases
cases Ce of Colonels Clonel MARSHALL MR8JL and ad DAVIS DAVIStho DAVIStho DAVISthe
tho substitution ubttuton of tho dock dk of a tugboat tugboatfor tugbat tugbattor
for the back of a 0 aOld horse horseOld b n nOd
Old Od Americans Aerica s In Oklahoma OklahomaTho OklahomaTo OklahomaTho
Tho To fifteen ftn fine fno buffaloes bulao which whch left lefttbe leltte leftthe
the te New York Zoological ZlogIc Park October Ocbr
11 1 for their ic new noW homo in southwestern southwesternOklahoma Butwstm ButwstmOkom southwesternOklahoma
Oklahoma Okom arrived ave safely sely at their thIr des destination destination ¬
tination tUon and ad are a now nw living lvig under uder condi conditions cndl cndlt conditioris ¬
tions t identical Idetl la most mt mnoetrospectawlth respects rp with wit those thosewhich tholo tholowhc thosewhich
which their fathers enjoyed Their an ancestors ancr anrestore ¬
whc t fat eoe Ter
restore cr to t be b sure bad h most m0t of tho entire entirewestern entirewestern
western wete out of doors dr to t range ragl in while whilethis wbo wboI whilethis
this little herd is confined by a wire wirefence wirefence
th Ittf her f cne
I fence fene to t an a area ae of twelve square su mues muesbut mne mfleebut
but the range rlgo is I tbe finest fCt grazing ga land ld ldJ
J 01
that could culd be b found fou in I the iG Wct Wichita came camereserve gae gaerre gamereserve
reserve rre Tlio Tbogr Thograsses grasses are unexcelled uooc and andthere nd ndther andthere
there ther are ur running rg streams to In plenty plentyhigh plet plentyhigh
high hgh hills hla and valleys valey and ad plain pla give gv gtvetho gtvethodesired tbo tbodesired to tod
desired d lm diversity ivrty and nd the io range rai is i largo largoenough laio laioenough largeenough
enough to t keep kep the animals Mhnas wild wid and ad free freeIt frc frcI freeIt
It I will wi not hurt hur them either to t bo b sub subjected subjocted ¬
jected jet ton t to Q a little ltto human hum oversight ovtNIght They Theywill TheywU Theywill
will wU sometimes 8meUme appreciate apprcat in winter wlntr the thesheds te tesht thesheds
sheds sht that tt have been bn built bult to ward wnr off offtho ol ofTthe
tho most mot inclement in loment storms Btn and ad the to hay haybarn baybar haybarn
barn bar stocked stcke with wih provender prvender to t tide tde over overany overMY overany
period of grazing grazingTho
any pro scanty gln glnThe
The halo country countrwU will bo b glad gla to t hear hearnow hearnow
now and ad then that t t this thl herd her is prospering prosperingand prsperng prsperngad
and ad incrcasingXfor Incrling tor it is i hoped hope to make makethoso mae maethe mahethese
these the fifteen ten buffaloes bu ao tho nucleus nucous of a anew anew anew
new national natona herd her Through Trou h them it is isbelieved 1 isbelieved
believed bleve tho American Amerca bison may be bepreserved bepreserved
preserved prere from frm utter uttr extinction etncion They Theywere Tey Teywer Theywore
were wer a gift gIr to t the tle American AmercR people from fromtho trm trmthe fromthe
the New York Zoological Zoologica Park Pak and ad were weretho werotho werethe
tho pick of a 0 splendid herd of fortyfive fortyfiveanimals foryfve foryfveanima fortyfiveanimals
animals anima that were wer living Jvln in Tlio Bronx BronxNotwithstanding Brn BronxIotwithstantling
Notwithstanding the splendid condition conditionof con iton itonoUhle
of oUhle this herd her Dr If UORNADAT OKNADAY and the other otherofficials otherofei otherofficials
officials ofei of the park knew ke that three thCo aid animals aI aImal aidrnals ¬
mals mal could never neYr bo perpetuated peretuate in full fullvigor ful fullvigor
vigor in i tho restricted rOtrcte area to which they theywere tey teywer theywere
were wer hero confined confned It I was Wa better btter to toreturn toretur toreturn
return retur a 0 carefully caefuly delected le octo herd cr to the thepublio thepubUo thepubilo
publio lands where they might live Jvo and andmultiply andmuliply andmultiply
multiply muliply amid Ild surroundings lurundlng such OH wero weroonce weroonc wereonce
once onc the homo of millions mlUoJ of oftbelr their kind kindTho kindhe kindThe
The he offer ler of this thi herd her was w wlis mode to t the tlioSecretury tlO tlOSecrt theSecretary
Secretary Secrt of Agriculture who promptly promptlyaccepted Irmpty IrmptyIpt promptlyaccepted
accepted Ipt it It fa tho only way WiY to t per perjKituuto pr prJtuaw perpetuato
jKituuto tho bison Tho herd in the thoYellowntona theYelowftno theYellowstone
Yellowstone Yelowftno National Park has h been beengradually bon bongrldualy beengradually
gradually grldualy decreasing Even Revere sever pen penalties penalie penaitles ¬
alties alie imposed imp for killing kiing them in tho thopark theJlark thoPark
park have not prevented preventd depredations depredatonl by bypouchem bypOlchn bypoachers
poachers pOlchn who have been ben tempted tmptd to t run runthe rn rnthe runthe
the risk when wllm buffalo bufalo hides wore bring bringing brln brlninJ bringing ¬
ing inJ from 150 to t 200 200Thq 200Thq I
Thq Th New York Zoological Park will willKtill wi willstill
still continue cntnue to show the finest fnet exhibi exhibition exhibiton exhibition ¬
tion ton herd in the country cuntry Ten lusty lustycalves lUltyclvC lustycalves
calves clvC huvo been born bor there this year yearund rcnrund
und the bison bisn promises prorlse to bo b always alwaysamong awaH awaHamong alwaysamong
among the prominent exhibits of the thoBo thepark
park plrkBOltn parkBoston
Bo BOltn Boston ton is evidently eVidenty not the paradise Ial of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te automoWllst autmobist tiinro llc Slptmnlr September 1 there thereImvn thrreIluvn therehave
have ItfeitYM wen r o prosecutions vr6tonl for violations violationsof violtons I Ior
of tIle le motor 10tIr laws lawi und in all 11 except tSClt four fourutacH fourIases i
utacH C and 11 1 continued llnul to other terms tenl or orcourt orurt ofcourt
court urt there thr hmo boon bon convictions cnvlotoJs Thn Thnflnoa lh lhnnM rhefines
fines raiigo nlgo from frm It 15 to 30 3 and in one case CUHOtho wetho casethe
tho defendant deCcncnt wasunntoticed wOlntrled was sentenced to two months monthsimprisonment monthsimprisnment monthsimprisonment
imprisonment imprisnment for operating operatnl an automobile automobilewhile autmobie autmobiewhie automobilewhile
whie while drunk drnk During the te last wI six month monththere mont monthshero i
there have bve been btn 737 7 prosecutions prOUtoD In Boston Bostonand Dtn Bostonand I
and the fines fnes imposed Irup have ava amounted l0unt to t tosn715 i
30713 571 At A I thin tis rate rtor ratoof of mulcting mulctng the te transfer transferof tnsfer tnsferoC
in automobiles the
of ownership II autmoble to t to police policeor 1
the Sheriff to bo only a question questionof
or Sherit seems nll t b onlYI qUlton qUltonoC
of time timeOnn UrC UrCOn timeOne
One Prominent Jrmln n Kenturlilun KrDturllan Uurdcrs Uurer Another Anotherfrom Ater AterFrom AnotherFrom
from a I ntvspaytr n lpapr hraiHtnt headUeeAll hraiHtntAll adI04 adI04Alrnurerlng
All Alrnurerlng murdering or murdered Iurder Kentuckian Kentuckianaro Kentuckianar
are ar prominent prominentbe prminentThe
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thither IbLler by her landlord owner of a small fmal farm In Intbe InIb Inthe
the Ib outskirts ouhklrl of tbs village I are The autumnal color colorIn Iolnr IolnrInl
In Inl of the foliage fOlAII XTTI nt e espeehily prrl perhlY lly beautiful umul the Ih sky skyin skyIn ly lyal
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talk 1111 through tuull their no noe of course oour and od on the Ile moot mootiMtlrss moatsleo mostitiees
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In tile beauty of the landscape landscapeand
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station IIQD This Tie train tran was wa In 11 sight ICb and ad Mrs r Kemble KembleInstantly KrmbleInltutr Kemblelnatanthl
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THE lB saemiAif SHElAN LAW LAWA ut utA
A Half Ua f BaJud Bae Measure IMI to Hamper Ilapr and andInjure ad adIro andinjure
Injure Iro American Aer Commerce CommerceTo Commert
To TDK TBI vs EDITOR EIR or THB fl Bn Bt BusSir Sr r Presi President Pl Pltent Prealdent ¬
dent tent Roosevelt neelt might do much rood co for him Im ImBelf Mciself himself ¬
self sod for the political party of which h bel belrC halsregulator U Uregulator
an IheJltcl prt
regulator rC ltr leader Jeer and aDt boos b If ha would woul In Inhis II inhi
his hI next annual aDDU annua message m urge urle that tht party prt and andhi awlhis
hi hl his partisan prisn adknlrara Ullrr In Congress CDare and an every everywbera eer everywhere
where else I to all ri In I behind Senator Benatr Foraker Forakerad Forker ForkeraD forakerand
aD and ad accomplish acmpllh the modification mol cton of tb the Hep Hepburn liepburn ¬
burn bUr Sherman 8herma and Elklna Ekn taws Iwl which that thatSenator tht thtBenator thatSenator
Senator advocated vote In his I statesmanlike statesmanlikepeeohMn statesmanlikepeeohtn ttoslulke ttoslulkethla
peeohMn thla Cincinnati Cncinnt on the second day of ofUat orllt oflast
last llt month to t the Grain Gnln Dealer Dlor National NationalAssociation Natonll NatonllAaaolton NationalAssociation
Association Aaaolton and an especially epcialy the tie enactment enctment of ofsoma orloma ofcoins
soma loma such measure meure aa the following which ha hapresented hePIDte bepresented
presented PIDte to the Senate Senle three years yer ago agoBe ao aol
Be l 11 It I enacted enatec Jko A that ta nothing notlnc In the te act at to toregulate toltlte toPekulate
regulate ltlte commerce cmmer approved apprved February lebruar 4 14S7 14S7or 17or 1887or
or In I the te act to t protect prtct trade tradl and commerce cmmere against againstunlawful alaln1 alaln1unllwf againstunlawful
unlawful unllwf restraints rstrat and Jd monopolies mODopl approved apprve July JulyZ
2 IKK 18 co or In any alV act I amendatory amenelalr of either of ofsold ofud ofsaid
sold ud acts ac shall lal hereafter herafer apply to 1 foreign trlln commerce commerceor commer
or shall Ial prohibit prblblt any ay act or any Al contract conlra In restraint restraintot rtrant rtrantof
of trade trae or commerce clmnce among the te several lewra State Stateprovided Stin Stinpr14e1 Statesprolded
provided pr14e1 tbat such a restraint rltalnt be b reasonable ralnable or ofshall orhal orihall
shall hal hereafter hellrr authoiiu atorr Imprisonment Impafnmrnt or for forfeiture forfelur forfeittue ¬
feiture felur of property prpery as punishment pUllahment fur any violation violationot volaton volatonof
of such luc acts ata except e pt for perjury prJur or contempt lontpt of otcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court courtOne courtOne courtOne
One of the Presidents Preident subordinates subordlnatl on the theInterstate IheJnterstateCulmerceComnisslonllr tueInterstate
Interstate JnterstateCulmerceComnisslonllr ComroerceComniissloti Mr grouty groutywbo Jroutywho routy routywboannot
who wboannot cannot bl b bo fairly flirly stl stigniatized lhtmal1e matlcd by I Ihe he Pre Prod Preldent Proddent l ldent
dent sea M visionary vllonarv or a Bourbon reactionary reactionaryrecently reaclonary reaclonaryrecenty reaclionaryrecently
recently recenty condemned condemne at I lortRd Inrtltuid or t Intnl Me the themerger th thmerlt themerger
merger merlt of executive IltVI legislative Ililllat and judicial judicialpowers JudicialIweral Judicialpowerssll
powers Iweral powerssll all delegated deleiltrd by Congress COnlrel1 to him and andhis andhis andhis
his fellow felow commissioners commissionersHe
He I and 5011115 III associate nSlodnte Mr Knapp KIIPP chairman chairmanof dulrran dulrranof
of the tu tl commission o nml8Jol have Ilwe recently recenty denounced denouncedthe drnouncf
the Sherman ShlrmRn law liW a 1 as mlsrhlevous und itt itttoicrable In Intolerable ll lllolerable ¬
tolerable because bCal I It strike trlkI8 a blow at atdevelopment atdevlopment atdevelopment
development devlopment and progress Irorr by b vrobibltnI prohibitingcombinations prohibiting prohibitingcombinations
combinations combinatons and azreementw 8erlrrentt that tire rn rl yes reasonable rt yessonable ¬
sonable lonable even If I they do restrain In Isolated Isolatedand Isolte Isolatedand
and exceptional exceptona cases Cel some ole of the thl trade of ofan ofn ofan
an n Individual Indlvldul a partnership partnerhip or u I corporation corporationblln cOrlJOralon cOrlJOralonhUn
whilit hUn they enlarge th tho whole tradu tr du of the Ulecountr thecountry he hecountry
country countr at a homo and ali abroad abroadPresident ahrolldlrelident abroadPresident
President lrelident Hoosevelt loosovllt has hl himself blm elf already alreadybncked alrfd alrfdb alreadybacked
backed b ckfl up Senator tenotor 1orakers 1orlkrR urgency Urjenly In InIU Inwoi
1103 IU that Ihlt the Sherman KberrRI law be no 10 modified modifiedaa IRolnel IRolnelal
aa al to permit prrmlt reasonable raaonlhlo agreements 0 Ireenlntt com combinations cur coinbinatlorm ¬
binations blnatol conspiracies con plrlcltM monopolies mOlopole and all allthe 11 allfhe
the rest rrft in reasonable realonable restraint rttrailt of inter interstate Inleratale interatate
state trade trld It I Is I of course COlrse not to be seri nerlcously slrl slrlcouly sericously
cously contemplated contemplate that either the Ihf I resl lpldent lresislent > reslilent
dent or thn th interstate Intorltle Commerce Cormer Commis Commission Carmll Carmllalon CotnmIiilon ¬
sion or any an executive ueutv subordinate lubordllte of the thePresident thl thePreslilent
President Prlslrnt shah Ihal have tim thl tremendous tremrndout power powerto
to decide the Ih question Iulon of reasonableness ralonlblln In InInterstate IntnlertIle inInteriiLte
Interstate tnlertIle trade w which i ii a judicial Jucklul nuestlon nuestlonKach Ilurlon Ilurlonach ijuestlonEach
Each ach State StII will wi take euro In its It I own way 1a of ofIts ofIta ofits
Its own local loca trade tradeProbably tradeProbably tradeProbably
Probably an overwhelming majority of olgood ofgood
good 10 lawyers lawerl in the thf country whose whOe opinion opinionof o lnlon lnlonof
of anything Insthln la II worth thirty cents believe believethat bleve bleveIhat believethat
that the Ku Ill reme Court cOat will wi whenever the thenuestlon theqlpton th thquestion
question qlpton Is II fairly preecnted rlrp8lntf tt It Is I devoutly devoutlyto
to bo wlhllit wlvhal It could c0111 bn b before blrore the next nfxt No November Novrrbr Novenber ¬
vember vrrbr election rlcoJul decide < de that tlt the delegation delegationby delelaUon delelaUonby
by Congress under existing exl8U railway rlwy rate ratelams ralela ratelaws
lams la 11 to the Interstnta Jnt r6ttl Commerce Commis Commission CommlIlon Commission ¬
sion Ilon of a legislative lelsllll power to fix fx future rail railroad ral railroad ¬
road rol rates rars Is unconstitutional uDconstuUonal Even If each eachof rloh rlohof euchof
of tho States can c rn o delegate delelate such a power Inthat In 10tht inthat
that tht way y to Its II own agents Congress COIrel never nevertheless nevertheless nevertheleas ¬
theless is II unable unble to do It under the Federal FederalConstitution Fferal FferalConltluton FederalConstitution
Constitution Conltluton Secretary Secetry Taft Tat endeavored In Inhis InhIs inhis
his speeches to vindicate vindicte that thIt delega delegation delela delelaton delegation ¬
tion ton by Congress Conels which Foraker Proutj Proutjami Proutald Proutyarid
arid ald Knapp Kn p assail assl and to tovlndlct vindicate It upon the ttuplea thepI theplea
plea pI that tht the general Ieneral rule 1 forbidding lorblddlnl such suchdelegation suchdelegation uehd
delegation d tplaton of legislative Irllslatve power has hs an ex exception uppton ciception ¬
ception If and when hen there Is no other feas feasible fealIble feanibie ¬
ppton an
ible method metho by which reasonable reaonble railway rnllwajrates mlwa mlwaratf railwayrates
rates ratf can cn be fixed fud There are ar other method methodIn metho
In abundance If I the Federal Fc rrl I Exocutlvt Exocutlvtwill
will wi only enforcn enroro reasonably rlonably fairly and andwithout andwlth011t andwithout
without a Government brass band existing existinglaws existinglaws xlstna xlstnala
laws la forbidding forblddlnl rebates rebte and unjust dlscrlml dlscrlmlnations dilcrimi dilcriminatons dlscriminations
nations natons by Interstate Iltenlat railroads mlrOs then shippers shipperspublio shipperspublic hlpperspublo
public publo opinion the several States Sitel and the thecourts therouts thecourts
courts routs will wi secure eure reasonable re onlle rates without withoutviolating wihout wihoutlolaUnl withoutviolating
violating lolaUnl the Fourteenth Amendment AmendmentIt
It I may be bl safely Ifely affirmed that tlt tie ti most mostpersistent mostp mostpersistent
persistent p rlllent and Intelligent Intrlarnt partisan rtsRn of th thPresident the thoPresident thePresident <
President cannot exhibit examples eamples of ben benefit bpnent benedt ¬
edt which those portions prtons of the Hepburn HepburnSherman Hepbur hepburnSherman
Sherman and Elblns laws that tha 1oraker 1orakerProuty iorakerProuty orker orkerProuty
Prouty and Inel Knapp propose popse to eliminate elminate from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the statute attute book bok hnveconferred Ilne have conferred uponAmerl uponAmerlran Uln upon Amen Amerlcan Amencan
can trade and commerce ommerCf They Tey have been beenas be n na
as a useless In promoting prmotnl the Industrial Industral welfare welfareof
of the country as the Presidents Prlaldent peeche speecheson peecheon
on the thl accumulation accumulaton and distribution ditrlbuton of ofwraith orwrJlh ofwealth
wraith wrJlh beginning bellnnlnl at Minneapolis tnnenplilin In MIDI and nntlcontinuing Rndrontnnlnr andcontiniiinui
continuing rontnnlnr down do to the th last It ut Nashville Nashvie In In InIPO n
1907 Neither the th laws the repeal of which whichhas whichhu whichhats
has been be proposed nor the speeches re referred referrre referred
ferred to have made national natonsl prosperity prosperityany prosperty prospertyany
any more than declamations deramtons against alllnst race racesuicide rlCI racesuicide
suicide 81tcd8 or r attempted atempted spelling apelnl reform reorm hare hareavailed bn bnavaild haveavailed
availed availedIt availd availdIt
It is I impossible hnpalble for one who can use his hisnyes hi hifel hiayes
ayes fel for Intellectual Intelectual purposes pur lsra to look through throughthe thrulh thrulhthe
the nineteenth and twenfyflrst twrrlrt volumes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Conprrxsionul Conl rional Record and ne decUlons drcbloD by bythe b bthe bythe
the Supreme Court without wlholt discerning dlscerlnl what whata
a half haI baked enactment tll ctmlnt Is I the Sherman 8herlon law lawof lawor lawof
of ISO t8Ol Even Secretary 8freUry Taft Tat said Ild of It at atBath itIlath
Bath tath Me Ie In September Se tember toes ll that Congress Congremdlil Conlretl Conlretldid
did not seem to know how to t describe that thatwhich thatwhich
which It denounced denounce but quitting quit tne the task taskleft tlk tlklert taskleft
left the courts COUrl to discover the offences otence to be bepunished bepuullhpd bepunished
punished punishedThe
The he th dlana chairipan airman of the Judiciary JUltciary Committee Committeeof Commltpe Commltpeor
of the House 10usl when hen reporting rporlnc the thl bill bi said 11 <
21 1 CanaresK Conlrusonal Congreeaionat < onal Record page 1lle 408 40891 that thatJust thatJllt thatjtist
Just Jllt what hat contracts ronlras In the form of trusts trustsor trulh trulhor trustor
or what hlt conspiracies ronplraces will lll 1 be In restraint reslrlnt of oftrade oftrade oftade
trade or commerce commercl mentioned mentone In the bill billwill billstill
will wi not be l known until lnt I the courts cOlrt have con construed contrued construed ¬
strued or interpreted IntrLreJt this tlll provision Hut Hutinto lut lutInto hutInto
into those tbol matters mlUrrl a 1 bve majority majoriy of the theSupreme thltuprCm theSupreme
Supreme tuprCm Court Cour refused to go IO although alhoulh the thelate thelatl thelate
late latl Senator Hoar Jolr than whom no one 01 better betterknew beter beterknew betterknew
knew the purpose Iurve of the Senate Judiciary JudiciaryCommittee JudiciaryCommitee JudiclaryCommittee
Committee Commitee had ha hadeild sold aad 21 Congrtnional Conoe onal Record Recordpage Recurdpale Recordpage
page pale 3152 311 that the great thing the bllldoen bllldoenexcept bi biil doel doelexcept does doessicept
except affording afordln < a remedy Is II to extend the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common law principles Irlncplel which 1blcb protected protectedfair
fair competition competiton In trade trae In old times In Eng England lna lnaIl1 Eiiglanil ¬
land Il1 to International Interalona and Interstate com commere commrrrl coatnierce
mere mrrrl in the United States Statel He n added on onJanuary onJanlar onJanuary
January Janlar 0 I ItOJ 10 38 I Conoreisfonal Conotdono Record Recordpage ncordpaie Recordpage
page r 522 after ater a bare majority n11orty of the Su Supreme Buvreme Suprerne ¬
preme Court Cour bad h adjudged aJudaed that it could culd not notand notnnd notand
and would not Do eliminate elminate the word every everyWe everyWe everyWe
We did not put Into our bill bi the words un unlawfully unlawfuly unlawfully ¬
lawfully lawfuly and ad Improperly restrained ratralned because becausewe
we were ere afraid afrad It would be bl objected objeced that thatwe thntwe thatwe
we were giving alvlnl fo o the court cour a legislative legislativepower lellatn lellatnvwer legislativepower
power to declare declae what was WI Improper Thus Thusthe Thusthe TitUSthe
the vwer Sherman Sherma law prohibited prohIbied every evry contract contractreasonable contractraonabe contractreasonable
reasonable raonabe or unreasonable unreaonabl in restraint of oftrade ofIr oftrade
trade Ir e regardless reaalll of the common law la of Eng England Enghand n nlad ¬
land lad and ad America Amerca on which It professed profeule to tobe tohI tobe
be hI baaed baaedIn baed
momenta the President Presidentshould Presidentshould
In his h tranquil tranqui rrelldnt rrelldntbould
should be b able to perceive and appreciate appreclatthe apPrlat apPrlatthe
the great Ireat public pblc scandal growing Cowlnl out of the theSherman thl theSherman
Sherman law when for example the th presi president prelldent president ¬
dent of the New York New Haven lnen and Hart Hartford lnt lntford fartford ¬
ford Railroad Riroad goes to the th President Pelident of the theUnited theUnite theIjnited
United Unite States for permission to unite that thatrailway thlt thltriway thatrailway
railway riway system with wih the Boston anti alll Maine Mainesvstem Maineivtem
svstem atem or the officials omclall of the tb United Unlell States StatesSteel BtalcSteel StatesBteel
Steel Company solicit Holclt of President Roosevelt Rooseveltpermission Iooseyelt Iooseyeltpermleion Itooseveltpermission
permission to acquire a coal company complDT exist existing exllInl existlag ¬
lag Inl In the tb Southern Stated StatedHe 8t1M 8t1MJe Stateslie
He Je should also alo be b able to t discern In such suchmoments suchmomenta ucbmoments
moments that lht it would be b even een a greater greaterpublio greaterpubilo resterplblo
publio plblo scandal and outrage outrlle on good oo govern government governmacat 0TrD 0TrDment ¬
ment and decent decet politics poltcs should houd Congress Coaxressattempt Cour Couratmpt Congressattempt
attempt atmpt to require all al au State corporations or orpartnerships orparlnerhlps orpartoenibiPS
partnerships or at Individuals IDdlvldual wishing to en engage eoalae engage ¬
gage alae In commercial commercal Intercourse Interroure between betweenState beween beweenState betweenState
State and nd State Statn an Inherent right rbt which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Supreme Court declared decllre1 a Whelton Wheaton III IIIIs 1 11 11ifs
Is I not granted rranie by the Unite United States but de derives deriveR derives ¬
rives Its 1 source from those laws whose who au authority suthority u uthorly ¬
thority thorly Is acknowledged aclnowlere by civilized cvlbed man manthroughout roanthroughout
throughout throuabout the world to take tke out In Wash Washington WuhIneton Washlngtort ¬
ington Federal Feeral licenses lcenses or franchises franeler to totrade totrade totrade
trade or transport across croal State Slte boundaries boundariesand
and should Congress Conir also give to the President Presidentpower PreldllDtpower Presidentpower
power to revoke those licenses or If ranchlies Ifranchleewhenenr ifranchiseswhenever ranchlieswhenever
NBW YOBS November 1 1The SI SIn iiThe
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the constitutionals of th tile Strenuous One wbafa wbafatbe wbttbl wbatthe
the matter with his
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To ins lB EDITOR OF opT THB Ta Buit emfSir Sirt The Thepresent ThereaentdrfICUllllon Thepreeentdfscusslon
present reaentdrfICUllllon discussion about aboutthe the motto motuInOod In Ood We WeTrust WeTrust WeTrust
Trust remind me of the controversy which whichtook whlclltook whichtook
took place in British India fortMerea years yearsago rearsnlrO yearsngowben
ago ngowben when It was a proposed to place the motto mottoHeavens mottolIeann mottohieavens
Heavens Light Our Guide on the h pedal pedalof
of the Moat t Exalted Order of the Star oC oCIndia otJndla ofIndia
India Up to that time there h ra were five orders ordersof
of knighthood with their respective mottoes mottoesas
as a follows The Order of the Garter Evil EvilBe EInBe kvllie
Be to Him Who Evil Thinks the Order of ortho oftho oftho
tho Thistle No One Annoys Me M With Im Impunity Impunity Itopunit ¬
punity the Ih Order of St Patrick Who WhoShall Who8hall WhoShall
Shall Separate lIe the Order of St Michael Michaeland
and St George A Pledge of Better Things Thingsthe
the Order of the Bath Three Joined In One OneIt OneIt
It never occurred to any an one In those days daysto
to establish an n order of decoration without withoutsome wtthoutome withoutsome
some motto and the only onl question raised raisedwas raltllwal raisedwas
was Should the motto tm b of a religious char character cbarcter chartucter ¬
acter or not Lord Canning Clemency ClemencyCanning ClemencyCannlnll ClemenclCannlng
Canning Viceroy Ioero and GovernorGeneral of orIndia ofIudla ofIndia
India advocated a Latin or Sanscrit nfICrit motto mottobut mottobllt mottobut I
but Lord lAwrence at that time Sir John JohnLawrence JohnIawrrnce JohnLawrence I I
Lawrence LleutenantQovemor of the Pun Punjab l Punjab unJab > ¬
jab and his friends Sr SIr Herbert EdwardSir Edward EdwardsSir
Sir Henry lInr Dunand and nd ethers decided de < ldM Chris Christian ChristlAn ChniHan ¬
Han officials suggested a motto similar to tothe tothe tothe
the Inscription on this coin of the American Americanrepublic Americanrepubllo Americanrepublic
republic I think It was In God We Trust Trustbut Trustbut Crultbllt
but the native advisers of the Crown main maintained maintained resintamed ¬
tained that he English word God exorcised exorcisedonly eXDrelllfldonl ezuresiedonly
only onl the Christian conception of the Supreme SupremeBeing SupremeBolnc SupremeBeing
Being Allah they Mid was the tb Moslems MoslemsGod
God and Brahma that of the Hindus A Aliltter AI AImitter
hitter controversy followed It wits then thenthat thrntllllt thenthat
I that tllllt Dr l 1 1uff > uff the Scotch Presbyterian mis missionary mlI missmear ¬
sionary tI smear Oflllr at Calcutta suggested Heavens HeavensLUht lleavenlLlllht heavensLleht
LUht Our Guide GuideThe nuldeThe GuideTue
The whole matter was brought before Sir SirCharles SirilRrl SirChmanIes
I Charles ilRrl U Wood ood as Secretary of State for India Indiaand Inillafind Indiand
and nd Lord Palmerston Palnterstonwhowrus w how ho WR an Prime Minister Ministerof
of Knulaiid Ht that time In religions mat matters mlltI ¬
I tern 1ulmerntoii Iul melllto II wa wns guided by Lord Shaft Shaflesbnry 8haUestmr as asi
I i bury tmr the philanthropist who advocated a areligious arlllIl aI
I religious rlllIl olI motto Queen een Victoria acting on onthe onulvlcII onthe
the advice of < f lh the 1 Prince Consort was ills illsposed dl itsioetl
posed 101 < 110 to omit any reference to the Almighty Almightyand timightmanti tmlibtsanll
and to follow its secular tendency of the five fivemottoes fivemoltell fivelilotteas
mottoes which I have quoted quotedHie qlJotfdThe ttiotPdrue
The rcliclouH feeling of thn th clergy both holtaln holtalnIndl In InIndia inIndia
India Anti Knidand was arouse aroused < < l A length lengthened 1llIlIlhned Ienmthened ¬
ened discussion took place phulIln In the KrtVnii 1 ri Omit n1 of ofriiia ofnia OfIniIia
nia riiia at l that limn the th leading AngloIndian AngloIndiannexi AnflnJndll1nnIIInfter AnloJndit1nnewspaper
nexi nIIInfter Hiper KventHully the motto Heavens HeavenslUht navenlI11ht a aiight
lUht tier tulde won the th day und It now nowileoorntwt no1oJornt nowiIcornteai
ileoorntwt the breast of Christian HlnIII111I11 lllndim lllndimHint tiintliisittiii
Hint Moslem Mo lrm The medal mP 1al < which hiss a star starwith IItarwllh starwith
with a motto beneath H suspended with withIIlhl n nll ithiht
ll IIlhl ht blue ribbon with white hlte stripes decorates decoratesftm decorstH
ftm H tIi breast of KitId 111 Marshal Iloberts Chris Chrislinn CbrlIhln Chrisilnn
linn the III Clakwar < i kwar of Bnrodn 11l1ndul Hindu and andth Gildth andlb
th > > Nlsiim of Hyderabad IMOI Moslem MoslemHut MoslemRut mI mInuL
Hut It Is to be noted that although there thereare tbreat thereflee
are at two orders of knighthood the Indian Indiansnd Indianami Indianintl
snd the th Victorian orders ord and two orders of ofdistinction of1IUnctlon ofiiititiction
distinction tim Distinguished Service S < rvlel slid slidthe a stitithe fill fillIhe
the Imperial Service together with the Ih Order Orderof
of Merit and the Royal ttnralltpd Ked Crosi roes all estab established IIItablIh estabhiehed ¬
lished lIh subsequent to the year IMI In not a aklngls alnal8 asingle
single fnstanrn has n motto of any kind been beenadopted bnIIdopl beenadopted
adopted IIdopl And III besides this HUe Del nr Gratia Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now omitted from the rupee rup of India IndiaWhat 1111110What 1utiinWhat
What would be said of Urn III Llbersl Govern Government GOYfrnnlllnt Governmeat ¬
ment In Knulstid If in order to conciliate conciliatethe concillatthe
the heathen of India sad secularists In Kn Eng Enlflant Enghanit < c cland
land it removed the religious niotto from tho thoOrder tllloOrdr timeOrder
Order of the Star of India King Edward Krtwardwould EdrdwOIIIt Edwardwould
would not darn < to do < what our King Theo Theodore Theodore Theodone ¬
dore has ilonn < at the present time timeDnooKLTX Um UmnooIlLTN timeIl000JLLTy
DnooKLTX nooIlLTN November 15 I 1 n I 1 LL T TTHE D DI DTHT DTIIJV >
Many Obscure Men Who Are Fitted for forthe lortbe forthe
the Offlrr OfflrrTo ornlfTo 015ccTo
To THB En FDtTOn iron or THE Ta Sen SUNcir Sir It Itseems Itreml Itseem
seems to me a great amount of valuable valuablenewspaper valuablneWBpa valuablenewpaper
newspaper neWBpa Or space is worse than wasted In Inselecting InelerUnc inselecting
selecting and discussing a few prominent prominentAdministration promlnontAdmlnlfltrraUon prominentAdministration
Administration officials for the next Presi Presidency 1111denryRoosevelt lreeidcncyitoossvelt ¬
dency denryRoosevelt Hoosevelt Tart Cannon Knor Why Whynot Whrnot Whynot
not wait a few months and see how these thesegentlemen theseIrentlemen thesegentlemen
gentlemen look at the home stake stakefloosevelt etakeRoosevelt takeRoollevelt
Roosevelt Is said to have gone soul and andbody andbody andbody
body Into a reform of the great trusts and andcrooks andrrooks andcrooks
crooks Now let us see about collecting collectingdamages colrcUIIdamajte collectingdamages
damages or fines and Imposing Irul Oslnir > punishments punishmentson
on the evildoers evildoersFrom evlldoehtFrom evlidoehsFrom
From Mr Rockefeller 129003000 Is due dueand duland dueand
and some me other smaller judgments are un uncollected unoollecled uncollected
collected I believe while several malefactors malefactorsare
are 1fI worse wor than free this moment actually actuallyIn
In full swing wl e in l the centralizing of wealth wealthby
by crooked jugglery as aaln In previous days daysFrom daysFrom
From the press one would think that Presi ¬
dentlal timber was very scarce in America AmericaI
I am certain that then are thousands thout 4nd < of men menand melland meltand
and lots of women too who could nil the thnPresidents th thPrrflidentll thePresidents
Presidents chair Just as well and perhaps perhapsbetter perhapahetter perhapsbetter
better than does the present Incumbent IncumbentPresidential Inrumbplltlrealdentlal incumbentPresidential
Presidential timber Is far less scarce than thanstraight thanatrILIIlht thsnatralahe
straight square men who will go through throughwith Ihroulhwllh throughwith
with reforms to th the end Uti fearlessly fearlesslyThere fearlesslyTher fearlesslyThere
There is one point I cannot resist writing writingabout writingabout
about and that Is the modern habit of rhas rhasIng rhasInlr ejmalag
lag after the Presidency as Ii If it were a foot football 101bl1 footbali ¬
ball to be captured by the smartest athlete athleteIt
It did d d not go that way in the early days daysNow daSNow daysNow
Now mouthy fellows come out of the th brush brushrenounce brullhrenounce brushrenotmee
renounce all pursuit and nd push fqr the Presi Presidency PrPIIIdency Presidency ¬
dency regardless of personal qualifications qualificationsor
or the tb wishes wlsb II of the people peopleIt p ople opleIt
It seems mfl to me men most desirous of being
President may bn least fitted for Ihn Ih piece plucnMr pialMr pieceMr
Mr Roosevelt cannot consistently be a can candidate candidate 11 11didal ¬
didate Mr hughes mints a little longer longertime IOlla longertime r rUm
time for development and expression Br Bryan BryanIUIOI Bryanlies > an anhas
has expressed and trimmed to astonish every ¬
body Knox is I nowhere Cannon I is a bass bassdrum bassImlll bassdnmm
drum < as a politician But there are thou thousands thouI1l1nll thousends ¬
sands of dirk horses and a dark horse it will willbe willbe 11I 11Ibe
be one 011 who will be In favor of a strong nay nayand n nland navyand
and an n aerial aerlalllt duet for war to match the th allied alliedforces allleilforNII alliedforces
forces plotting plotllnfor for the ruin rul of the Pacific PacificNEW 1llflcNEW lecifleNaw
NEW YOBK YoftNovemberlP November in it Oll I Ii KIMBAU KIMBAUCatholic KIM8LICtbollo KiutmauCatholic
Catholic Education KducstlonTo
To TUB EDITOR or Tn Tue SCK StYic54r sfr > r Your our corre correspondent carreflpondenl correuipontleflt ¬
spondent Verltas erlla thinks that Catholic bishops bishopsmay bbhopsmllY bishopsmay
may blame themieheB th m rleR for the th lack o of s cultured culturedlaity cllIurrdlaity culturedlaity
laity In the Church qualified to sRlrm or reject by byargument byarlument byargument
argument and reason Veritas must hare writ written writtin rlt rltten ¬
ten without reflection re3ectlonCatholic retrcllonCall1oUc reflectionCatholic
Catholic bishops have established a large mim mimher number 01mmtier
her of educational Institution every one of which whichhas whichhIlS whichboa
has reason for its main purpose Every Catholic Catholiccollege Cthollorollere CthotioColiege
college student mud qualify In logic philosophy philosophyrhetoric phlloOOpbyrhelOrlo philosophyrhetoric
rhetoric and disputation He cannot obtain a adegree adelrle adegree
degree by running a dash < through ologlra and lams lamsCatholic lamsCathollo lamsCatholic
Catholic Institutions have not surrendered to that thatblind tbatblind thatblind
blind worship of unnecessary knowledge which U Uknown IOknuwn l lknuwfl
known a as modem education educationOur
Our young men are being taught to think thlnkclrarl thlnkclrarland thinkeleanlyand clrarly clrarlyand
and Ui judge with sage tU and discernment while the theunfortunate theunrortunate theunfortuaftie
unfortunate youth > outh of nonsectarian universities are arecounting arefountln arecounUng
counting the bone of a crocodile or learning the thefilthy the11111w beIIllby
filthy habits ol a stupid s Yage seageIebattng YageDebating ale alelJebstlnr
Debating la an Important factor In Catholic Catholiceducation Catbollcrducatlon catholiceducation
education The debaters of Holy Cross Cro have com competed cornpeteti ampeled ¬
peted with representatives of other colleges but butHoly blltUaly butHoly
Holy Cross has not yet been defeated defeatedNxw defeatedNaw defeatedNiw
Nxw YORK November la hoLY CROSS CROSSTha Cllonn CiosaTb
Tha n Possibility of Escaping Bryan BryanTo Br1 Br1I
To THK Tn EDITOS OF orTna TUB To Stnt SIDf5lr Sir I am at a lose lornto 10Mto loseto
to understand the hysteria which appears to attack attackeverybody altackvelbo4y attackeverybody
I everybody when the subject of the nomination nominationof
or Uryan for the Presidency comes up far discus discussion dlacusalOII discusitlon ¬
sion They talk as If nothing but divine Interven Intervention ¬
lion can protect the Democratic party from this thisterrible tblt thisterrible
terrible t catastrophe catastropheDo
Do these people 1 oplll understand that the national nationalDemocratic 1Il1onalDemocratlo nationalDemocratic
Democratic convention requires a twothirds vote voteof voteof oleof
of all the delegates present to nominate Is It Itconceivable ItCOII itconceivable
conceivable COII elvable that bryan can get a twothirds two third vote voteIn voteIn votein
In that convention The opposition If It remains remainsas
as It stands now disunited and an lacking concentra concentration ¬
tion upon any aD special favorite would solidify solidifyInstantly eolljllfyInalDUy solidifyinstantiy
Instantly when It cams to vote on the b Bryan Bryanproposition Bhtanpropoflllloll Jbyanproposition
proposition and bury him under the suffrages of ofat ofaC ofas
at least one onebalf nail the convention A E LIWIB LIWIBMitronp Lawl1lULPORD LiwiaMiaroiw
Mitronp Pa November IS ISMore 11Hon IIHer
More Federal Art ArtTo ArTo ArtTo
To TUB m notion qr THB T Ta BUM tJl1f5lr air Speaking of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the poor work on n the new coins now being beln turned turnedout turDe4out turnedout
out by tbe Government what wb t do you think of Uncle Unclegams Unciasam uncleSams
sam new two sent stamped envelopes Com Compared Compared Cornpareti ¬
pared with designs wa have bad In the past the thelatest Ulelatea thelatest
latest effort strike me as cheap tawdry t and who wholly wbollrunatarleUVII whollyunattfactlvo Ily Ilyunattractive
unattractive a T I P PNiw I INDW PIJaw
Niw You November IB IBTke IDne ISTb
Tke Literary Oeverainaat onr Report ReportFrom ReportFront por porPro
From Pro Uu Dtnttr Riputtlcan RiputtlcanUast 41puUk1ost Jtspu8UcsMjt
Uast of our Government reports are so poorly poorlywritten poorlwrllaen poorlywritten
written they are wortllleaeIVlllllr worthless ivuiwr 11 Page Pa In JIll ttaAtlantic JIllAllIIntW meAtlantic
Atlantic tftnMv tftnMvon
on what a chance to WOrk reform In Uncle Sams Sam
dominion dominionOa
On bulletins bUU bow Pegasus would fly with sweeping sweepingpinion awpllleWed
pinion pinionWed otnionWed
Wed like Rite to read readtV k p off you men who > should shouldbo
bo handling tnmelal tnmelalAn
An essay on Our Yankee Yank hogs UO trash from the theAnd tII tIIpell tiipen
pen of Jlo1lrll Jlo1lrllADd lioweilaAnti
And stead of all theM dun reports rtp rtca that come from fromcities fromLII
cities foreign foreignLet
Let oovelattn be b writ Instead fa language that taFor la lasoarlns Iaeoartn
soarlns soarlnsFor eoartnFor °
For lontanc in tantrrada Trad la Zanzibar would aoL go In Inthe fahe t tthe
the scuttle scuttleIf acultlIf
If Henry fleftJYJamea James would write It up la style so deep
an4lUtl aad subtle I Itum
80 5 turn them loose our aulbor alilborout auIbpro1z faU upos u l1 thames them
dry and mills JD1IJrma millsV1th miiahrBtrw
ma Btrw andTiiuitorlo 114 rbItforto lets let It tkth tkthcruda at beJ OV PIIQIIIe psmpissucrude
crude aid flitS > rose rue r rI
I 4 Ibl a oh e6lult la Plaeet a4 a4Ju NItAlII u4flonrowdeut
Ju AlII eJh ropr JeIMfn p9TfB wtn flonrowdeut ooa crewtl WiI out a tUVeit tUVeitf
f pcrnlal
S Sfloeka
Bo Bookl1 ka for or the Promotion of Piety In f built tuutf builtof outh outhr
of r DjsTona OBJ OBJFiom 1JaJFilm lPa3L lPa3LJrom
Film li IA Lontlo Trionwe TrionweIt 2rlhftIt
It would be Interesting to note the attitude attitudeor attitudof ttttudof
of tho modern child If he were suddenly lIudt nly con confronted COIItrontetl confronted ¬
fronted with the phase of religious thought thoughtand
and reeling which found part of its It I expression expressionIn
In the old fashioned Sunday reading Sun Sunday Sund Suitday ¬
day d reading Is I I should say peculiar Cllll r to t tin tinEnglish tI tIEnaUab IIEnglish
English nation just as Sunday Itself has n nspecial I Ilpeclal iispecial
special meaning for the Engllshmana mean meanIng meAlIIn meauilag
lag In which comes out In sacred ard musio anJharmoniums aol aolbarmoniumn nJ nJharmonlu
harmoniums II In kid gloves 10 and missions mlalonulotto mituaionarlotte r rlotto
lotto There were once two dear od oldwh a tat tattylto P PIV
wh IV tylto > tumble to go to church and obliged to toput Input it itput
put their cribbage In the cupboard till Mon Monday 1lonWiy Monday
day found Sunday evening Dln Inexpresslbl Inexpresslblwearisome InllXvrrlllllblweariliome inexpresaibiuwearisome
wearisome An Ingenious friend suggest suggestedthat urIrfI11tbat e < I Ithat
that they th87hould should play halma and 1Il1 call It the theIsraelites th thJnalllltN theIsraelites
Israelites Crossing tbe lied Sea which they theydid the thedid thrdid
did much to the pleasure and profit of their thelisouls tbelalIOula theirsouls
souls and andtbetr their tempers tempersThough em tempersThough tlrl tlrlThoueh
Though It wouklbe would be exaggeration to say saythat saythat
that Sunday reading Is entirely out of date dateyet dateyet
yet It carries OB back Irresistibly to a Victo Victorian Victovisit ¬
visit era of heavy mahogany and green rep repcurtains repcurtains I
curtains of stuffed birds and wax flower ltowrre4n ltowrre4nglass in inglass fI fIelllles
glass cases edged with red plush pluahthe the insignia Inslgnlnof
of every house with retenslons lIteDlon to solidarity solidarityand 10Udarllarid
and elegance elrlranceof or drawing room tablecloth tableclothor lii liiof
of red cloth edged with red plush or per perchance perchanl perchatice ¬
chance of haiid hlllld om > omo black material with 21 21handworked nband ahandworked
handworked band worked embroidery of yellow ello Jessamlnn Jessamlnnull
all the way around It recalls runny little llttl7rickety IIttlrlcket littlerickety
rickety footstools with woolwork wool work lops topall1 topall1deed tapeindeed In Indeed ¬
deed woolwork wool work of all kinds from pansy silo sllupers silopers 1ItJlCrs
pers to pelargonium sofa cushions cuhlonxtraor cuhlonxtraordlnry extraor extraordinary ¬
dinary feats of patchwork crazy or other otherwise otllrwi otherwise
wise wi crochet antimacassars a wonderful wonderfulword wondflrflllword wonderfulword
word forsooth and knitted ciulits which whichrepresented whichrepresented hlch hlchrepresented
represented years of patient labor A 4tJd id then thenImagine tbellImalrlne tbetiImagine
Imagine yourself a very little girl In a stifF atlficlean stifFclean un undan
clean frock with short sleeves Ieen which at church churchtime tburrhtime churchtime
time by a mysterious and painful system of ofhooks orbooo ofhooks
hooks and eyes let down and became long longscat lonllet Iongateat
scat yourself on a iiI woolwork footstool antI aniltake amIlike antItake
take your Pilgrims Progress on your knees kneesor lIRe lIReor
or your our beat Bible which was given Ien you b byour b70ur byour
your godfathers and godmothers at your bill baptism billUm barturn ¬
turn and you will ill suddenly feel that mi mh mhand euand i iand
and little girls too toowall wan made lot tho Sab Sabbath Sobbath Sabbath ¬
bath and not that tho Sabbath was made for forman forOlan foralan
man alanIt
manH It Is I not after all such a great while hlll ag agsince agtsince C CMince <
since the mother of the th family put away aT all allweek anVe iiiweek
week Ve k day books and papers on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdanight turda turdaIlleht
night and secular news and nd thoughts war wertexchanged WfrexchanKld warexchanged
exchanged for volumes of sermons inlstloh inlstlohary 11I110I1r tnisiohary
ary I1r magarluen and Sunday iJnIo at Home Homesuch 110much homesuch
such an you will III still find at old fashioned fashionedlioteln fllhlon1Ilotela raslhionNiiiotel
lioteln and rallwuy rlll1 11lIv Htntlotm I OMI once knew knr knr1I n nsweet masweet
sweet 1I t old lady whose husband a rigid Lib Liberal tlberal 1iberal ¬
eral and Nonconformist had for some DOInII thirl thirlyears thirIyears hlrlYlfUR
years tried to Induce hi his wife to bn brouil brouilminded brOllIIImlndfld brosiminded
minded but notwithstanding after afl < r hp hail hailgone hadgone
gone to bed on Saturday night she alwa alwaslipped itiwayslipped
slipped down and surreptitiously put away awitvall awaynil
all the week flay books booksSome booksSonmo
Some families were of < course brought tin tinnlmOMt tip tipa1ma4t
nlmOMt excluMvely on missionsrira miesi navies Kvery KverySunday IverySun
Sunday Sun aT morning a prnny was put put in the mis missionary ntisitionary ¬
sionary box on which wIt penny < ii knelt a little appealing appealingblack applInszblack
black brother anti also when yon wernnaugh wernnaughty were eatigli eatiglity1 ¬
ty which suggested doing evil that good goodmight goodm
ty1 might m ght rom Tli Thus poor bwitlien wan tin tintopic thitoplo
topic of the > day dnyand and you congratulated congratulatedyourself eongratulatilyourself
yourself with Dr Watts ntis when ho wrote wroteLord wroteLord
Lord I ascribe It to Thy grace grureAnd graceAnd
And not to chance as others do doThst doThat
That I was born nf Christian race raceAnd raceAnd
And not a heathen or a Jew JewA JewA
A very popular story was Little Hen Henand lieand
and HIsBearer Iii Bearer which wtiielidescriheala described a good llttl llttlwhite iiIliwhite
white boy who told the poor black inanalxml inanalxmlOod man about aboutGod
God and In boj who of course died very young youngAll youngAl
All Al very good little children died young il inthe ilthe
the story books so that unusual goodnexx goodnexxmust goodnesmulct
must have been the source of considerable considerableanxiety conalderalanxiety
anxiety to affectionate parents I raux rauxacross rat ratacross
across a little old book the other day called calledExamples calledEiamples
Examples for Youth On the yellow fly 11K l lent lentwas < nf nfwas
was written 10 childish careful sloping hsnd hsndPresented nri nriPresented
Presented I ie Mary Palmer Junior By 7 lie her hersister > r rsinter
sinter It wan to be read on Sunday and andwas aiifwas
was dated 1H2K History has It that Mary MurjPalmer MaryPalmer
Palmer Jr a demure little Quakere Quakerewithal Qiiakprewithmilbetanie <
withal withmilbetanie became somewhat flirtatiously In Indined Ii Iielineti
dined not so many years Inter so the honk honkmay honkmay
may have been given as sn early correct corrective correctiveThe I f fThe
The accounts are taken front a work csll eSlii eSliiPiety il ilPiety
Piety Promoted and all of them heal healwith beaiwith
with unusual piety in early earl youth routh anti end endwith etitiwith
with the deathbed death clef med of the little iitt e paragon and andhi anlhis
hi his or her djinr words wordsDr
Dr Watts DIvIne anti Moral Songs for forthe forthe
the X Ve > e of Children hi dren already quoted above abotwere abovewere
were in great request for Sunday consump consumption constimition ¬
tion for the pood ood doctor doetorpro provided dod for nil nilemergencies nitemergencies
emergencies Them are divine songs songsThe a aThe >
The Dangers of Delay Solemn Thou Thoumelu Thoumeluon ln lnon
on God and Death Examples of Ear EarPiety EarPlety
Piety Awalnut Lying Acalnst Quarrel Qiinrrling Quarrelling
ling and Fighting Against Idleness m1 m1Mischief inulMischief
Mischief Against Pride In ii Clothe the theu thelast
last u t of which runs runsIfow runehoer
hoer proud we are how proud to shew shewOur ihewOur
Our clothes and call them rich and new newWhen newWhen
When the poor sheep and silkworms wore woreThat woreThat
That very clothing long before beforePity beforePity
Pity for the poor sheep and silkworm s sheathen aheathen
heathen was tie rfoueur and this mr tinesciottalv mrsciouslr <
sciouslr superior attitude comes out HUH HUHin agoin
in the following followingMy tohlowingMyGodIhate
My MyGodIhate Ood I hate to towaikordwell towaikordwellwith walk or dwell dwellWith
With sinful children here hereThen hereThen
Then let me not be sent to Hell HellWhere hellVbre
Where none but sinners are sreTen areTen
Ten Billion of nrlck nrlckNext UrickSeit
Next to pit Iron copper and bituminous r rthe rthe >
the long list of American mineral prmluiii prmluiiischeduled producuscheduled
scheduled by l the National Geological 5tms 5tmscome u ucome
come the products of the clays stat of the cl cltbemgelxcs elmthemarives
tbemgelxcs the product ranking highest In vt vtIn il ilIn
In IDW as In former years was common brick n nwhich i iwhich
which lo027039noA were marketed The vilu vilumtlyIO600 iliir iliirt4ljnO
t4ljnO mtlyIO600 M wan an Increase of U3M7 over ovrrtiievsiu ovrrtiievsiufor the vslu vslufor
for IWW and constituted 4730 per cent of the vaiu vaiuof alu aluof
of all the brick and tile products snd to 3807 07 per cent rcmot centof
ot the value of the entire product of the clay In Indmtrlen Industries
dmtrlen In general generalThe generalTime
The SlatS of New York led with an output ft ftlAU ttt133S7VMO
lAU t133S7VMO TUjUn brick valued at 9 59708581 f Ml or ahou ahouM
M 41 a thousand This quantity represents t 1izl 1izlper > S Sper >
per cent of the entire brick output of the count countriq1 r rnt
iq1 nt the value In In3 per rent nf the tout lli lligreater Tligreater
greater part of New Yorks common brick com comfrom comefrom < >
from the hudson River region one ofthe most mmiInterntlngr mostinteresting
interesting centres of the clay working Industries IndustriesIn
In the United States and for many moan years the almott almottexcluMvc tlnaoteaclualve
excluMvc source of supply for the common build buildlu buIldlug
lu lug ir brick luted In New York city cityNeil cityNeat
Neil t to New York the largest producer of brick brickIn briciits
In urn wn M Illinois which reported an output of ofUMTIOaiO oflitmiotxo
UMTIOaiO brick valued at I37IDM or 117mm 117mma t7 t7a
a thousand It was the decline In price In CnoU CnoUcounty CnskeoUflt
county that brought the average for the tttate down downto <
to 14 tlTOthe lowest far several years yearsPennsylvania yearslcnnsylvanl
Pennsylvania wss third with 1C7XJOOO brick brktvalued brickvalued
valued at taMW374 or M 41 a thousand OhL OhLproduced 01Stproduced
produced MO 88042700 JOM New Jersey 413MUOOO Kan Kansa Katass
sa ass 3U3TIOOO and California 5787BOnui 5787BOnuiBallt TL7ItO000Bath
Bath Cnareh for Hhns Hlmeel HlmeelZtaco lft lfttltna
tltna tormtMnOenci TonoptH Sun SunGeorge 3comGeorge
George Smith who a few months ago created H Hsenwttoa asensation
sensation In the district court at Iteno by kneellui
In prater In the midst of a murder case and ankln anklnGod askinGoti
God for light on the evidence In the case and u ho > o
later severely criticised the Judge for pasting hit
death centimes on four convicted men has ha built
himself a church an theerest of a high bill several severalmiles severalmiles
miles northeast ot this city The edifice stand lit lita it ita
a desolate country to the west of the Wedeklnd Wedeklndmines Wedekindmines
mines and wa found by a party of hunters return
lug yesterday from Pyramid Lake The church l lright is isright
right by two large road constructed at muc mucexpense moeeapenie >
expense The building I Ii small but artistic li listands I Istands
stands la a country unsettled Unettledsnd and Smith who lives livesnear ilvenear
near by I is Ue only person within nllei of the thechurch timechurch
Improvised JIm Cr Crew w Car CarCuOlrfc CarGaffirl
CuOlrfc carretpondtnct Xamai CB Cttg > Slur
When the news of statehood was leaned on a
Bock Island passenger train southbound from Enll
this morning toe brakeman named Cowan an anBounced annotmnced
Bounced to about twenty negroes In the amokln amoklnTie sinokincar
car carVh
Tie Vh stuffs off sad youTl have to move to the thefront
front cad of Ue car Im from Fort Worth Tei Teiand Tezat Tezatand
and you know what that means
Then the brakeman drew a chalk llan ii across the theear theear
ear irjklng a Jim Crow apartment The ne negroes negroes
groes offered BO resistance and remained where
the Sb brakeman told then to alt altrr sitThe
The Red rr Prpt a t > f Cold CeJ4Tnm ColdFrors
Tnm tin notion oato Record
one of the rarest birds to N New w England it I Iprophesying het hetprophtiylng
prophesying coolS hard winter II la the rod i 2 2a L La
a member ot the big Junco family of bIrds Onlj
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