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the principle prildll which another Democrat Democratth Dlmorut Dlmorutthc
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est t but hu also als as i a reward for right ri ht doing doingshould doinJ 10mgshould
should holl1 Mlect Ilt him hi regardless rlplrclts of polll pollliral 1011 1011kul p01111Ia1
iral eonuiderations eonuiderationsAo
or arty > colbiIrtions
Ao tr a 1 teacher leher of law II w JLS I counsc lUI voumel < cl for forMich lor1oul forIICII
Mich uoful 1oul public plblh bodicH bdil as a tho Tene Tenement Tene TenoIlcilt ¬
ment lloiisn HOI Cnmnibwion om ion n 1 I0 a I Jiutico Jiuticoof Jltt
of the Supreme lprlml Court olrt by I lIs tho appoint appointment all pint ¬
ment 1111 of < iovenmr jlunr ntr HnillKS Hell an I an In active activeun aclo acloand activeIIIICIIIMLI
un IIIICIIIMLI > eltish an and < l efficient ldont worker in many manypuhlic mln manyI
puhlic I 11111114 undertakings Ildlrakin Jtistieo JWtir Jufit leo WHITNEY WHITNEYhas WI1TE WI1TEI Vii rrv rrvha
I has ha earnetl tho np r rtct l ct of his hi 1ii fellow fellowcitizens relow fellowit
citizens citizensTho dlzI1 it t l Ifl4 Ifl4Th
The opportunity pporulit to correct carrt tho mis mistake m mtnk mbtnk ¬
take tnk of If the county IOIIIIt Ollt convention tOontion last lastmonth lalt laltmOllh lastmonth
month mOllh I k with wih th tho Democratic Ilmortic voters voterswho yotCr voterswhi
Chief CnLENs Views viowsof ioW ioWr
who hare 11110 Chir Judgo Judl LIS
of I r public Illhl duty chi with regard rllrd to tf judicial judicialelection judidalTho
election Tho mont lot inveteratn habit habitof lubitIr
of Ir r regularity rLllarir ne ne4 d not tot deter dotlr any right rightminded ri5ht ri5htminI1 right0hi011141
minded Democrat IIfHnt I riitwnzt from giving ivinl his hi vote voteforthisDeinoTatir otoCr > te tefnrttIj4
forthisDeinoTatir Cr fnrttIj4 thi 1mrtir l111Wflhtl lawyerof independ independent ind4pnrl ind4pnrlnl ¬
ent nl character haratterand lrIrand and high hith at attainments this thligixKlludg thiLHIlld thisgMMI
gixKlludg LHIlld gMMI Pttlg > > whoso whtn term is i expiring expiringA fxrirn fxrirnnn epi ng ngSiIfl
A Man nn to Hr n Dcfrated oratCc oratCcTh DcfratedThe
The Th defeat dt at tif no candi candidate lat in the therniintv th theIlult
rniintv 111 Ilult of I f New w York is i more mol to bn t de deiir rll rllIr ICired
iir ired l by Ir efr If rp wpivting t I I citizens cit IZIn nf 1 all allparties al alliI1Irti
parties parti than t that of WIUUM WIIlut tIIItM M I IlKN IlKNvvrr n narr Itv Itvirr
vvrr irr who by r th datpt < lHNip hiIiEt t and aol m rrt Inroit InroitcnnteniptibI t tcontemptible
contemptible contmptibl of tricks obtained fblinP th the Re Republiran Replhlal ReIIflIllIflItiOfl I
publiran plhlal nomination inalion for Congres onp ongrem in intit int
tit t II Fifiwnth district districtTo Jlrh JlrhTo IitritTo I
To obtain tho control of Ir the del rlllt lelegates lelegatesto < gato gatoto
to th tht tho Congress Iol ohigrers r distrirt dutr t oonvpntion oonvpntionfrom eonvpntionfrnn nlltion nlltionfrnm I
from hi hi4 own nw I Awembly elbl district ditrilt Mr MrHKSNKTT MrlENETr Ir IrBtss
HKSNKTT Btss oinploywl Illloy1 the th color 10101 and Inrl th thover the then i
over n 1 r of f the th doctrinn etrinM of th the Hon HonriiMttKs lon lonEs lionrIIItIIM
riiMttKs KVAVS llffiHRs InIF posing l > inl as a a aproinf 1 1Irorrh a1r
proinf Irorrh 1r grsiv0 > ive and anr uttering 11rinl iilt ring th > loftiest loftiestrennnicMts loCtilt loftkotrtItIIIlTIt
rennnicMts lillt and al I pr prlairil < x laitmng < thu most mostelevated rOt rOtIrl inoit10V1t11 I
elevated 10V1t11 I prilK Irl I In n < ipleJ ipleJHaving pl iIlhaving
Having 111 bv II the I hI artful an fill u I > of themoral themoralJVU thl0nml thl0nmlil the flIrflI flIrflII I II
JVU il I tt pNIlaIIMI Tuade < l th t h he primary voters M in inlu 1 InI4
lu I I4 own wn AMinblv mhl district hlrll to Mipport Mipporturn iIpportIiirti ppor
him urn Mr Il HKvvirrr 1 11 SSITr trr th Itl1 then > n pn > ve vwI his hu de devotion el eltil Its ItsV ¬
votion V til to 4 th t h 110 projjresrivo pr f princjp rriipl prstIIiFlei > h htiL Iir Iirha i ilias
lias tiL ha i iic efuIIy fully fllr employed lllo 1 by b entering enteringInt ntrrillt i iinto I
into inl a deil 1 with vrt Lt th Hon A nIAIUI nIAIUIilttl nnA nil A it A M Micfum
I icfum ilttl I1III II by h which Wildl h ho obtained from fromMr frm frmlr fromti
Mr ti lr r iiit jIEI ml unit onniigh 11IIh del dintl h1gat04 jcat s from th thnmbr thfnlhr tlintts
nmbr fnlhr ntts r district dit r h t t to 41 < iitvun IlI1 I ILIifl hi hii his inimination lorinatinn lorinatinnolcl ItniflltiOflarid I Iand
and olcl paid fur them Ih1 by h lilegnt dI < I 4 from fromhi rom romII
hi II 1114 own Wfl n dltrict ditr t whi > vote nt were Wlrf rat castfor I Iflr Ifr
for flr Mr lr IHInrn iKtHFn as a a memlxr 1mllr r of the thopublican tht theiIjIIIt1iflfl
publican Hplhlinn Stat rumniuti rumniutiSinh rtrrit rtrritSldl roTOrtiltIeSiult
Sinh Sldl methods lhHI as a Mr 1 HKNVETT JtoSFT ha hauMj hl
uMj 11 Mieh ldl faithlissiK Cailhln H not alone to totho toI
tho I h 1111 progressive 11111 doctrines e > trn which whlh he h ha hapr h haI
pr I f fe ed 1 but abo tr > the Ih t Imp ImnIpeAt < tt t and andmrwl amidIICr4 1 11t
mrwl 1t iommon ommol eleinents Ilfrnt of decency decencymake lreflVmake I Imak
make hi defeat a 1 matter of f public publicof flhl
fi ° il V to 0 th t ho Ifrrwrinl ing dILI it izii iziiII
of II f th I ho city dt rj and primarily primarir V to tho voters votersof v vif t tof I
of hi I district districtThe ci Ijstnrtnii tr trTI
The TI rurltlnl 111 nc Iarty IartyAuam Ja Part Partit rt i ial
Auam al it ml and alr i rid acain n iga ain in in I i n th t h prixnt 1111 cnin cninpaign 1ln 1lnicl nmnI
paign I Ii1 icl fi th I PiI Trikunr Trihul Trihu ii i IILS hiL returned rlllr1 nt u rri i to I the theaiiiitMiitf II IIalll111 I II IIa
aiiiitMiitf alll111 a II II I I I IU annnuncitment UIIIUInt a 01011 III ti I Iit which wlidl Ii uI i re 4 < orate n ratl ratlit < i iT
II I 01 lit lallll nat IIIt YIrla YIrlan vsstriIiiv vsstriIiivrr
T n rr tiei 1tlrn ihllean rnrly Iy In the II state I II tir hat hatout P PrknI
rknI I Irl Irt n 10 Ito rrlln4 rPrlinnitr irIers irIersIII
out of power rr r Ac AcTh r rTh
Th 1 h rnaKtitlirffit mnrlililt ffl1 gII humor hlmor III hunT of this solemn nolimniTiiHiiiiiiotiiofii solemnI olmn
iTiiHiiiiiiotiiofii 1111111111 I rvmiIIIAIvI tit hy h Jilrady alrII Ixon II n r vog I rIwrIg1171d vogtiii
tiii riflllrllr 1171d < l ami aiiTvintcd ahIIIIr nil oer v r th tho State StateKor StatIor ttl
Kor th II T h n IIml > im fiml fo fad t w i that Ihlt tin u I result resultnf rJull rJullf
nf If f thiiuirvi II t I ImrvIIII mmii rvIi > liniM i is hliiwUanmg hI1111 Ii i irr ni ng ngI proroill proro rOII >
ill II I Ii tin ti t I i Saratoga Saraloj Sa rat OgL ilivefittnil IIIIn TIvn t trio jilit JI it one onenwnifiary In on onma I
nwnifiary ma I nary lender wit eliininntoil eliininntoililnvn Iiinintiwlilrv lninnt1ono
ilnvn ono ilrv n fpiin fr1 fr iii power ind 11 IVitiItook IVitiItookhitiiif emi nI Ii tllk tsk tskliiri
hitiiif hllf liiri r nut I it bv voluntary lmllrr n rILlcton rILlctonTh rIgmiatinn rIgmiatinnI mwitmn mwitmnTin I
Tin I ho retTflict 111 of f cntln roun n iri i tn I 1 the II I h Hon HonWUUAM lon lonWIIf I I on on1fIm
WUUAM WIIf 1fIm 1 HAHVFH 1lsr Jr of Allmnv Allmnvno 111
1 1 no In 0 rfMiriiT 1 had Mr Ir IAIVFS RUMP Krarf Krarfftilly Ir grarertdl I
ftilly fll rtdl viiUliti vi ld1 to I tht t h ho reform rCorlllll un and l progrn progrnivn prolr prolrIn
ivn rpirit 1111 trmt of If C hi party pary and ni r resignl resignlIronti i iie < l lfrotn
frotn fl th I li Huhl 11111111111 iiibliuin tn un Stnt 1 crimniittcoI crimniittcoIthan romr VInhrnjttpO VInhrnjttpOthmmi l I IIhrl
than Ihrl Lie Ih lion 11 KIIA 111u I IIA P JRENTirK JRfSTrr tint tintriti tl tlhalniltl tlmitrtnrniwl
riti rtnrniwl > rni l < hainnun halniltl of r the the1IlTltitto rpfomiwl rpfomiwloiituitte
NIllil < oiituitte < > nichcfl nhj imp IrptuouIh Imnrtetliomislv tiiotmly tn tl Al AlUiny AIIw AlI
Uiny Iw I a miv and with WJh wit It a pathHir rllh put bet li jr f pumoO1 > urnsin flori florilint tH i innt
lint 101 in il the I h least 1 < 1 llwli li Ktii v Ix tollht becolight otiRht Mr MrlluNKs Ir lrl I
lluNKs II l rSE to I withdraw hii hi rosiRnation nilnltion nilnltionIwhlt roignzitinnSriiowluit I Iorn
Sriiowluit > orn Iwhlt < what mwinhling rmhlnp rs mnhling Mr Ir BARNKSS n ILrns1Ifl III i iftir
ftir 1 > wan Wil va thai I hiI of rn f the th Hon WIJA IVtIIJAM YiujAUJ I II II
I I Viiri 11 another nlol hpr ruptatn rtplll of the t olcl oll ollCllnrr oklliarII j jcuinl
cuinl Cllnrr who iecine 1 < 1 INI < t to < > M Mrvrt > rvn 1 on tho thoml th thr h hp
p r ml II I eei x t11 < viiivn j vt friinmiftoi piflini Onill of t LIII LIIIItF i iSlut
Slut ItF 1 rr rniniitti IIuil H 1r lien TO aunin flll1 woo WW 111 a aritibe UI ari
ritibe ri it I f iritinih rlllh for prrigrnM rlr yet tt in inti inI inIil 11tend
ti tend < ul il f 1 uraipinc 11111 th the frolic of flIrt hI Sara Kurnt
t 11 iVi a viitrry V I 1 fI ry fur 1 r virtti virtt iru I thii tll I ofTcr ofnl off the theIIti thl t lie lieI
I
IIti I I O Kli at tt fiti and
1 1 orniwfia rri w 1111 < leprei hprsd hprsdififil H HiMil
iMil 11 rf h was Wi vt able 111 in I piiMMi a 1tt < ttr r rtr I Itritn Irr
tritn tr rr in Mr II Ir WAIUI 11 prntnHm lroliilJ liyiilty to totr
Mr tr r HIM41 1 11 J I is tii Vit Vittl 14 14I
t tI
tl l I Mil Jft 1 Mr Ir HA IIH INKS and Mr Mrn 1r 1rI 11
1 n I Krii Ir rIt pcrtv rm V hou leaning leaningH LIIIZig LIIIZigI
I I tin H hi h lJinilHiK JIIIJCt ZtJtl IA TN I
0
MAUir ILI WA WUmWORI WAInWOIII1I WWORTII all al tho horrific horfc horfcUf ll llIIITM flg flgltrrs
IIITM Uf of II tho anciently Inrlcnt1 oirnipl rIC and a Utely UtelyioiUHvliiinr 111 111II latlylioszsevlennrMI
ioiUHvliiinr II ctl > l organization orimizatlon 6 r Z dally dallyconspicuous laly lalyrlpietlllJlt IaIt IaItonsiieu
conspicuous onsiieu > uti in tim promenadus of Mr MrHOOHEVKLT iErI Ir IrIItOOKFvtLT
IItOOKFvtLT I HOOHEVKLT ami hs h nominees over tho thoState IIwJStnlr thiStat
State lIIOln their loyal and nclllnllJlt iinKag mmnilagging mmnilaggingI Ing IngrfTortH ill illrffllrtJt
rfTortH ox well a lilt thoao of Mr Ir HAHXKS HAHXKSand nn nn11I1 lltnN4IIIIII
I
and Mr Ir WARD and oven VicePresident VicePresidentlvilES i IItIident IItIidentI
lvilES I i S SllKliilAN the Trinune is daily dailyI dall dallI dailybai4iIg
I basing buill its it interest interesting ing < ind highly origi original orlllIal original ¬
nal forecasts of victory victoryj Ictoo
j i If DARVES nI E1I WARD ALIHUDCIK LJlRItXU HEX HEXi IIE IIEI
i nnicKs MALAY IL PAYN P Yi and WAIWWORTU WAIWWORTUiare
tale are thus so o undisturbed in the actual actualcontrol IctualI actualcontrol
control of local machine < that the th sue success IIUCtIS suecet46 ¬
I cess of o the tb Itoosevell ticket depends dependsupon dependsupon dependsUpOn
upon their loyalty to it how on earth earthcan tarthi
I can < an the Republican party bo purified purifiedj d dI
j i I If these th bosses were really rall so wickedthat wicked wickedthat ickldthat
that they the deserved dl rt1 to be thrust into intoouter intot
t outer darkness darkll how can the candklatea candklateaI 4III1didatcwhom vandidateiwhom
I whom they nightly introduce to public publicaudience JluJlicI
I audience Jlo IIWllY tosil ihly > ly escape tho punish punishment pUJ punishmont 8h 8h1Itnt ¬
mont invariably inarlllJ visited i itc1 upon thorn who vrhoke whokteJl wookeeI
ke kteJl i had coin colllpall colllpallIt > any anyIt
It is an ainutiiiK IIInu < in little tlnvico this of ofthe 01I ofthe
the Tritiums to talk daily about the thepurified thepurlfic1 thejtiiriIIe1
I purified tarty trtv but I tiC if tho t tli h party has liasbeen 1141btn haslxen
been so wicked as to need cleansing cleansinghow
how can it be considered clean when whentho whentho whenthe
tho old outfit remain in control of most mostof meetor zucatof
of tho local machinery and daily has to tolisten tolisten tolisten
listen to the prayers supplication n and andappeals andupptal andappeals
appeals of the Hon FZRA II P PHKNTICF PHKNTICFand PRF TICF TICFand
and those lie represents for financial financialKliticuI financialIlOlitkulanc financialvolitieal
KliticuI IlOlitkulanc ami an oven nKjral m nzrsI nd support supportHut lIupportHut supportBut
Hut why wastu time arguing about the theprevious thepreioull theprey
previous prey ioua Republican housecleaninga housecl lInln or orabout orabout orabout
about any an purification of the local Re Republican noIlublican Retiublican ¬
publican organization from within when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the promise of a real and complete and andultimate andultimato andultimate
ultimate purification by tire re i Is visiblo at atevery atoery ateery
every crossroad cfOll road and to be recognized at atever atttI atever
ever ttI corner cornerFacts rorneract cornerFacts
Facts act About Phrync PhryncAt
At t a solemn academic function in inPari InPari inParis
Pari the annual mewling of tho In Institute Institute Institute ¬
stitute of Franco tran t1 in the chapel of Car Cardinal Cardinal Cardinal ¬
dinal MAZARINS College ol1l < o dea dc Quatrea QuatreaNations QIIBtrcution QuatreaNations
Nations ution in tho presence of all five flveacademics thoacademiN fiveacademuka
academics and of the cream of French Frenchsociety tntnehtHCIlt Frenchriociety
society tHCIlt u I young French scholar do demolished domolLIhed domoILhed ¬
molished a cherished legend of o art and andrehabilitated andrehabilitated andrehabditated
rehabilitated the w sense nse of propriety of oftho oCtho ofthe
tho ancient Greeks and the conduct of ofa
a frail and famous beauty oo8Ut M 1 PAUL PAULGIRAKD PULGmAl10 PutGiizun
GIRAKD of the Academy of Inscription Inscriptionand I Inscriptionsanditellos riptio riptioand
and anditellos Belle l Lottrr L Lettreirelatodthotablished Lettreirelatodthotablishedfacts tt related thoostnblbhod thoostnblbhodfacts th Hftllbl 1htIi 1htIiCaclJ
facts concerning PitnvNK and her ap appearance apptl1rnnlO appearanee ¬
pearance before tho Areopagus pa IL His Hisnddreaei ilLaddn hisaddress
address addn sandwiched I8ndwi < hlli in between one on onyellow oncliow onyellow
yellow cliow fever cholera and sleeping sick sickness ftkkn sickns ¬
ness n and another on tho historic hi < toric eos eostumo Ltturn e etome
turn of o tho academicians followed the thnannouncement th thannounccltumt theannouncenient
announcement of the literary prize for fortho Cortho fortheycar
tho theycar year far If the th institute had heard h ard his hUnvidenco hiswidnro hisevidence
evidence beforehand and if the prizos prizoswere priZMWlno IInZ IInZwere
were retroactive the orcoKion ONal < i might tnichthave rni mighthave ht hthaC
have been marked < 1 by th the Iwitowal I towal on onPIIRTNK onPllnTS onPIIRTN
PIIRTNK of tb tl Monthyon prize for forvirtue Inrirtu forvirtue
virtue virtueAcrtirding virtueceortling irtu irtuAC1rdinat
Acrtirding to M 1 filRABns revelations revelationsPHRTNE rlatloPllnE revelationsPMOTNE
PHRTNE w WM w a Howitinn by birth POK POKbly pori porill
bly hi from tho town of If Thcupiir nnd had hadlpen h1lO1Ilfotn hadbeen
been named by h her father MNKSARETK MNKSARETKwhich MEssnrrFwhich 1 1whieh
which mentis remember r virtue The Theniinm TheflifliIt I Inam
niinm by b which SIlO ho b IS known t tn < i fame famemeans flmlol flmlolIII famnmeans
means III tond and is explaine < l hy h Pjr PjrTAltnt PuTRCIt PizTAIWI
TAltnt as referring to her sallow com complexion mmpl cnmplexion ¬
plexion pl > sion M I OIRARH iIRARl1lhink thinks it morn likely likelyto
to be a jesting j tinlt nickname such as Mare Marenot ar arnot are arenot
not uncommon in the th prof prnrlon < ion rn which whichlie whichshe hkhh
she lie h entere entered nt r1 < l The Th law case in n which she Ih IhM sheas i iwns
wns M involved ho h plnco in the th year OPllr 347 347H 3 37B I
H it wa was U due to I a Cornier lover who whonccuned whon1Itvi whonrtiiswl
nccuned her of introducing foreign roll religiotlnocturnal rollgiILncturnal
giotlnocturnal tilIL1onwlurnllrtlllnnl reretnonici in honor of ofI
I ho h Phrygian or Thranin Diojfrsrs 1O and andthe andthe
the th orator HTrrRtttFs defended her herThe hArTh herThe
The ink story tor run that I th tie advo advocate Ach Achnto advoat ¬
cate nto at M ieeiflg ing in that the th CUM > was going goingaKain goingagiutit i ialtallL
aKain agiutit 1 him I It led M I his hi client l before fore the thejtid thejtIiiZe4 h hjIIIa
jtid jtIiiZe4 t natch nlll natLleI < h1 l the roveritic olrin from fromherfacoand fromLierfaeauul i
herfacoand bnvvt bro and that PHHYXKS PHHYXKSIxviuty IlIIn IIiHTNEslwtuty s sIWil11ty
Ixviuty obtained her acquittal The Thealtogether Th Thaholtthr Tbaltgttlr
I IpllrtI
altogether part nf f the legend I < a apurely apurely I
purely miwlern development which has hasl tULIpltwl 11204Isen
l Isen > o n spread by h iwiilptorv llplflli painters Il1unt Iitinteru nnd nndoperatic Inrioplrnti lunIrf011tI
operatic rf011tI < Mnger in r wit L grwxl 011 shapes shapesThe 111111Th shapesevident
The Th evident Iiclnr if f the thomi comic poet Posinir Posinirpts Posi tnt tntrts
pts w that PnitrxK did no morn than thanother tMnothr thanother
other pleaders wero w 10 acctixtotrf allto xi to do dohhe dohe 10tlueshook
hhe tlueshook he r < hook hands with witheachjurvman it h earh jur jll > Tnnn and andsheil andh1 andhr
sheil hr I tear M J OUIARI > doubts < whether whetherio
JaJ > io wotild have yielded to her advo advocatoV advoeate
catoV eate lit r request rtu t to unveil her hII11 > lf because becniivowo b fllIO fllIOwo
wo han authentic tetimony a about > oiit her herhabits hrhabit herhabits
habits and her tat ta t in dresei dr which Ls Lsconllrmed j jeontlrnwd I I Innlirm1
conllrmed by Tanagru figurine She Shedid Shlrlie Sherliul
did not wear hhhl kirtx k irts th thl t stig stigKi suiggttirtn tJ tJ1Ition
Ki 1Ition tion i M ViitAiins tnHIO hut die Ill was wasnccutonie WRLtnt1 wasarvILstrmulsI <
nccutonie arvILstrmulsI Ltnt1 < l to wear clothe carefully carefullyfildeil ClIltfllll ClIltfllllrld1 carefullyfrldeI
fildeil < 10 L a 1 to r show hr w ofT th < form of oftho C Ctho fthe
tho bu hllt t and body the th h last xvomnn in inAtlnn inIhn inI
Atlnn I Iimz t Illrf hopfore I r t roveal in public publicwhat pllhllwhat itibliehat
what hat thev Ih I h v ntillv ril alt lv ontnii fltfl li 1 1It II i iIt
It I t i is an meenioit I 1iflt It argiirn argi rlllllIlIt I n ent < > ni that t will willtn willIIPIII I I I Ito
IIPIII to women but hllIIL as 1L long IL > thenmli thenmliLS t the h nUlft nUlftl
LS l i c ltixated in 1I111rt art we w fancv 1111 that t paint painter ruuit ruuitI ¬
er I 11 and s < ulptop will willtlk stick to I the iFi h legend legendIt 1 lIci
It will iIIllIi require irength tr ngt Li of chara < < ter or too toofor I Ifor 1111for II
for shapely hapI interpr IlIhrprIr ters of MASSENETS MASSENETSPhryiw MsINwrsIhryn J SYTS SYTSIhryll
Phryiw to t abandon abati I mu the thelotlir t h suiggt III IIn I ICIth
lotlir < kt lur of II r fItefor Mtateonipn MtateonipnHefore I
Hefore CABITLE ltITLt ever thought tholl ht of ofSartor oCRartor ofSartor
Sartor Kesartus It artuti men wrote learnedly learnedlyof lparmudkof
of clothes dot I and tailors before b for forlIft CKHMIK CKHMIKtiin I K Ktirnuhi1
tiin tirnuhi1 advj e on the th litiicH It 1m of the tt hnlili hnliliment holllitnlnt hntiljmnetit
ment to I 0 the th 1 occasion Hut none has hasventured 10s 10svmitumrIsi
ventured to fashion the I h garment to the theways th thway tliways
ways of the statesman tit suiami for thu I world worldhas worldhas I
has thought t that he 11 was above 11110 rules ruleslike rlllIIIikA ruleslike
like tho Th poet and the th gcmus IIIII roaming roamingfancy IOI1h1inlCI IOI1h1inlCfanr roajgfancy I
fancy free rfot always fllwlI willing to suit him himi j jHlf
Hlf i If a IIA best hf t Hlited his hi constituency eontillJnrUad iOflStjtIiIfleIt4il I IHead
Head tho th lessons of today and alII gain 1I 1Iwilldom I Iwisdom Iwisdom
wisdom wisdomHays willdomnYft wisdomSal
Hays nYft th the Denver Rrpuhhrnn Rf > in refer referring r referring
ring to the th details of Governor SIIA SIIArnoriis SII SIIrIlOrll sjrmzorWs
rnoriis campaign arnpai51lInllt I Inut
nut tie b I not no rompAnlM arrnmAnl r t > r bit bl but h hp Mik Uk In InTitit bit bitTill bcTbl
Till l Ir not nrw nr to I tn tvrryttnty Tberr IIr r plenty plhlnl plrrtyIf i iof
I
of If pr 111 fir urrnkmiwtl rn kn know Cba t th tho innnn imrrnnrn In ittlt1I ittlt1IInl 44jeni < 14r M MIni
Ini ni f larm frrrrt rtr r iclfriun th hr v val ilIi lu of ofopporri rtfmor dmrlltlr riilc riilcpp
apllIrl pp r l r w P 111 flpl wnqM rrnjl 11 t bf > r nrprlt d to hf brar brarIba hrrot r rikat I
ikat ot Iullmnn portfr Infl are potltlvtty Itlvfl fotbMI 10rbl 1Ia < < o to tottne 10Mne lotne
ttne tbr tt b d rrniorll > t > boott until the theinrneof tMtx tMtxilnmenf rll rlldllm
dllm ilnmenf nf the ttwapimnI h fuplinl pllnlloom inomi lninrr Inn Intoiewon Itw nn ihcrrtnrn ihcrrtnrntrip Ib the rIIro rIIroIrlp rett rettrip
trip Anl n11 nd ll who follow tbr III rio fOllr of otentO pollilni pollilnirrnt pollU1tvn
rrnt > xrr r nwnrc a that tn tr n llnnrjt
n JoBn Jo n o111 lll < am amntrr hInnr IIl IIlnesr
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Do you think that m the Ih resplendent resplendentday r plnrlomtIlIt1 hilndntbys
day of AIVA AIIAMS t IIUI that minis miniature mlnl1WI ministur ¬
ture mould and looking looklll glawi hLIo4 such a ahat aJIIII
hat go II rould lx hI uttered 1111 rr I m m mIi Colorado Coloradothat oloradllIhal
that Ii in the tll days Iltr i wi whiji hen lio II WUH Wi pr Jlrpnrill JlrpnrillI iaring iaringto
to I I project r jvt hiniMlf Ii I misI from Pueblo fuII t to rh rhioveniirM Ihilrllor t tsverlirIr4
ioveniirM hair liny III one itt II ar ard rl < jf jfa I Iworn list listwore
worn a iulk ilk hat on to II the th fa Carl > or m the th theliii
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mining ramp Thawi Txwere were pale lust IlJIItlOllll IlJIItlOlllldayw lustrntadays nm nmdarn
darn bridle bit WmK was w twirene twireneand Mmtnoand s vsne vsneand
and tho silvered youthrt of Denver Denverimitated DenverimltAtl1tJ Denverimitaterl
imitated and and th4 th whole State in tho thopridrt thopritt theitrid
pridrt of prosperity l1O > rojoioad roJok In such suchan uchan
an pollo ApolloAgain polloWin polloAgain
Again read what th the Inter Ocean 0 < 0 tells teltoof telbor tellsof
of th the Red Sunflower SunflowerCovnnor Sunflowero
Covnnor o orrcor nDor 5tv STVa WOf OT alar S l IM rt nllUIr 1 ol olmood d dMIII11 dttanitil
mood mi lb p pIIIN rkl d In a rich rtr four fourIn IrID In b baad a4 tttrl tttrllie scsrttie rf rflit
lie abo lvi matt S d daultawlIl d3SlItflg illni wblte walslcMl ttul I lave lavealm cayeaIm givealmost
aIm almost < Mt a ftital air to kl ilIa t attire Gold and d p pet petbutton at atbullont arl arlbullon >
button arp ap ippiaxed id ben and Ultra In hit ct tolumeo eoatumetnd > ium iumAnd
And 1101 b lie divpUytd a u he ul a pair at willie ll tte > tock tockIbal I Ckatbal iocisthat
that fatclnalcd tb tbe < run rc 1 of all tboU lIol4fn bbou4nsIs rt rtIs
Is that the traditional garment of ofKansas 01Kal1WI ofKansas
Kansas Think of JCRRT SIMPSON SIMPSONwalking 8110walklrK BIMpsowalking
walking sockleM and waving the silken silkenwealth silkenwealth lIkenwlalth
wealth of Prince Hal that glorious gloriousfigure Rloriousfigure gloriousfigure
figure of a man all over the Big Seventh SeventhDoe SoventhDot14 SeventhDoes
Doe this t clean shaven ha l11 man and diamond diamondbtwparkling diamondi diamondbparkIing
i btwparkling bt J arklin fourinhand scarf wearer wearerboar woorerb wearerbear
boar b W any am rwemblanco to tho bewhUk bewhUkorod bewbiskerttd k ktJn
orod tJn d PEKFKH Vet STUBBS sees no nol noPeril I IIMJril
l Peril ril in thus representing rep nti hid great greatState RreatStato groatState
State away from its borders and the thenowspapora th thnewllpllpem thenowepapers
nowspapora of Kansas repeat tho de description deIKriJltion doseription ¬
scription with prido Conditions have havechanged havechanged havechanged
changed and STOBBH turns an the sun sunflower 8unflower sunflower ¬
flower to tho sun to tho wishes of his hisconstituents hislOllItitllentA hisconstituents
constituents As the staff and flag repre represents represent reproscflts ¬
sent authority so STUBBSB gems and andgarments andannent andgarments
garments symboliro prosperous pluto plutocratic plutocratic plutocratic ¬
cratic Kansas a and the State smiles erallcaStronf emlleSiron smilesStrong
Strong Siron r l trail ralle alerpr DenJrlalD < alnf Tel I mod modIlCn modestPnergPlw modest modettrarrzetu
rarrzetu IlCn and r yet t urine er o r counegeoul urac iu and r yet yetparUir t tparlnr
parlnr mlUvaWd a ami = ret democratic philan philanthropic pbiiantbmpto J JIbrapl ¬
thropic and yet e cartful fadulrlDU Indujtrlout and ret I Sigh bllhralod 11111mlDdrd Sighmlaitet
ralod mlDdrd d religious IItola and yet y f t broad minded mllldedDr mllldedDrLIIIIAW mtndedDrLIsAX Or OrLTWAX
LTWAX A tOT I ort w tlu v tavxt nwn oss II of Ytlt YtltYouns YaUYoung 41l 41lYoung
Young men wishing to inspect a work working workIn wonklug ¬
lug In model of the ideal Id l American should nhouldviU IhouldII shouldviii
viU II the Outlook omce wh where re one embody embodyInlC embodTinnthe
innthe lag the various improvements may nia b be se eeen eeenlIy seenIy n nby
by appointment appointmentThe
The pink hopefulness a of the lion Honlau WILt WILtIAU WILLlAM
lau H MCKINLEY of Illlnoio chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican Congressional campaign campaigncommittee campaignoommittee campaigncommittee
committee flushes the th world and made the tharain therainlelt therainiest
rain rainiest lot hour of yesterday brighter than thanfull thanfull thanfulinoon
full fulinoon noon In thehalUof EWU Would that thatour th4tour thatour
our regretted friends the Hon JIM K KJONES KJOSIII KJora
JONES of Ark Arkansas rlutn nw llI and the Hon JAMES JAMESM
M I Gniaos of Georgia those earlier hul hulletineora hulletinltf8 hulletineers
letineora of uncotning victory were alive aliveto llveto
to guest this Republican brother brotherSI brotherstllnUi4 brotherStFF1fIG4N
SI ffttifiA StFF1fIG4N Alt no COAMUTOR COAMUTORA
A ueillon < ortJ or IJ Uu lag Intereat tolllshop tolllshopl to Hushopreer
l Crr re reer r and This Diocese DlorefciTo
To me EDITOR or 0 THE hvy tSi Hif A Aone As Asone 1 1ont
one of the Ih clergy of th the ciloceiM rlIO < e 1 would < urge urgeih urlleIh urgeupi
ih c clergy < ray of Bishop Cr Hrt reere er < rii Jurisdiction to toillaoim toilistias
illaoim 1 Irl trrIy rr ly anions themaelvei the pro pror profOl1 propo1
r fOl1 > ofil tn elect IN I a unfTraian with lth no claim to touicti toul toticeseton
uicti ul ticeseton > l lon < jii Instead of a coadjutor tiUhop tiUhopumler IIIIIholrnon bishopusiler
umler Canon II of th the Htnlrt Irn < > ral Convention ConventionIii I IIn I IIn
In ildllng to have nufTrmicaiui the th la iaot t ion COflventlon i ivrntlnn IlfnUnn
vrntlnn unwlttmjjly unIUln fIll < > ll Into th the ruMom of ofthe i ithx
the Ih Church of Knaland although It In well wellknown wellknown 11 11knwn I
known that the ruflraaan tx being > lnic without wltholltdalm withoutclaim I Iclaim
claim t In stiio ssiresslon eiwlon hai ha h been n a vrry ry cal greathtn4nanu rrathlmlraniv I
hlmlraniv to th the good lI t1df of the English Churrti Churrtiand Cbllrlhanli ttuuirehand
and on this anount OlInt the th appointment of lh the IhftlYnurln theiittragan i inTri
nTri lYnurln nn litahop or Stipn In ° y to London and andthe i ie i illaf
the e rclrction of another nufTrHRan hiiihop of ofStrpney ofi4tpney
Strpney IPIl8 for th archhlahoprtc of York Yorkhalld wan wanhall washAIled I
hall hAIled < l with Uh th > llBhta A Indlcrttlnu that thrmif thrmifraean th thesuatreman ur urraAn
raean wm not Intnd to t he a prp lrlftllAI lrlftllAIurA prpttIlcurate ttial ttialctiratn
curate urA tft Hut InKnglandlt In fnClland It could ertuidnot not brother brotherwi be other otherwitt otherwiI
wi witt wiI < on n nctotint of r State tate patronage patronageIn plron plrontn
In Sew York irk there Ih la every ra It < > jn n whr whrlluliop whTtbstitp h hlIIabl
lluliop ireer < should have h a rnadjutor rnadjutorer NladjutorFr coedjuterEver
Fr er lnre In hi his contention hue hi health ha hab Ia hasbsn
I b bon n very en uncertain In < rlaln In the spring of the they IheTr therear
y Tr r h w was a rnmpletely laid a said ld The Thecanon Thtann Th Thcanon
canon read ad When a bishop bl lIo of a diocese dioceseby rll rllht dlstceeIi
by Ii r lessOn > < 4 > on of age all or other permanent raiue raiueof eauieof AU AUor
of Infirmity or hr h reawn ol 0 the extent of ofdloronan ofdlt ofdloceian
dloronan dlt > < an work U unable to luU fully discharge dischargeth dlachrIh
th itntlrn hlll of hl his offlce om a bishop rnadiutnr rnadiutnrmav
I
may 01 h t elected hjr and n for said l1i rtloceae dl who whoholl wboI whohttl
holl nv h have < the Ih right of mirremtlon 111 In Thin Thinirovinlon ThlIrolnn Thisirnvtiofl
I irovinlon was IU > made for such cases c an that thatof th1or thatIt
of It the Ita dlooeiu lo < > of New ew York and nd the Ih wisdom wldomf
or f th the h arrinEement who seen n when hn lllahop lllahopIotter IIIhnpInUrl ItishopIottr
Iotter InUrl wh who h < i n nyr ver noiild lIld plead the th Infirm InfirmItle lnflrmItie
Itle 111 of II o nee 1111 wu prnrtlrally compelled to tnink tout toitI
ink for A coadjutor and nd upon hi death deathwhich dlhhkh deathwhih
which tf tOok > k the h diocese dln to < hy h turprt every everythins IttrIMnll everything
thins ir tvenl nt on xllhont a break breakThe b1cTh breakTb
The Th miffnitin tinder the th new canon 1 h Is In Innm InA
A nm ttItt 01 t ilei iIierie1nt nri > nt polllnn Me II will be beItniilv h halmpl heattn
Itniilv attn i rtiflrminsq i > nflrinm mhl m irtime and n nun nunon manon I IIOn
on trml Kverv ilercvmsn rfmltn and every everyvestrrnmti yerV yerVvptryIian n nIr1II1111
vestrrnmti Ir1II1111 will 11I diwiiut hi hlo suit 1111 ihlllty bllll nod nndin
in n the III event < > 1 of the Ih il dosth Ih h i 1 the h bishop uf the theH H HI ttieitlo
itlo I H > e the II conditions will 11I1 l > niot htimlllat htimlllatinir I
Islam V t4 on ti H 4 the Ih breath j is out ilL of th thtiinhopM Ihhlho the thethShOIIo
tiinhopM hlho body there will III lie I nn able hl younu younuind rlllnwnt yoinictntt
ind f moroiK ln hhnl hnn out of 1 toh The ThemeetinKo Tb
meetinKo of the Ih NVw York ork convention are areahtiy IIr IIrI oreiIwis
ahtiy I hurried Ii rrtit und IIn It U I lmpn Iml tmpnIhl > lhle IIII to pre predict pnoIt perItt ¬
I Itt what hd maybe 11101 tiisy k the Ih outcome of nextweekn nextweeknConvention nat wk wkOI1lItlfln weeksI
I Convention ConventionIn fl vemit Ion IonIn
In Ijnne lolind I nd they 111 elected a bishop hl hol in a ahurr ahur
hurr > end ml n nl < u with the Ih very n be h heat t remilu remilund II IIIIn III
sin nd unleso unle < Ill IIIhnp hon Jreer I rr ee e hi hk milk mlntakeand milkant mistaketoil
and ink k for i coadjutor dlItnrnd and nn it dependent dependentuTri dnlnl1JYr1n depnilentsuffrtgtn
1JYr1n uTri m it U more than likely thit ome omevery ollien omevery
very n Mn 111111 tiltible Choice hnlr will Iw t mid mdtlhnp v vHhop ttIahop
Hhop of < New York or should bn a IOnian man of r the theInihcM Ih Ihhllta1 theithest
InihcM rtMrncier hrn < lr n t choT and nd a man of ofInfliienfe ofIntllln ofinltance
Infliienfe < Such n mm I la certain to 0 be In Incharge Inharll incharge
charge harll of I a tirae ohiir cblmrrh < h And where wta in the themtn Ih IhI themm
mtn mm that will live mve ui > the III llfelonic I If Ion tenure tnll of oft
1 t pimh to t be h 4 iiifTraatn Vonnrming Vonnrmingtnnihlni ronflrmlngmnntijni ontlnnln ontlnnlnInnin
I tnnihlni m < triil for 1 t more mn permanent permanenttrfKltinn permanentlost rmlnnt rmlnntwa
trfKltinn lost If It win wa doubtless douhI the Ih fact that the theftufTrnrfin Ih Ihrrrrul theftroean
ftufTrnrfin liwhoi M nr < > f stepaer In fneUnd had hadbeen hadICSII I
been ICSII Delected l for t two of the highest po potton post p04lIon postton
ton Ion In the Ih church London and York that thatInnpired thaInpllto thatInspired
Inspired < the Itl lou e of H Ilohn litehops hop at Cincinnati Cincinnatito Clnc nnllll nnllllI
to I create oiITrngnn bi bishops hop ho < Let t 111 take takee a alesson
I lesson e > on n from rnm the II Itoman Church and elect electauxiliaries electauxiliaries 1f < 1 1lluillarl
auxiliaries and nii not > episeopil pi p 4 onil o lllur lllurf curates curatesY
t > f w Y 111 m CLKHGTHAV CLKHGTHAVNtw CLrICGYMASt
Ntw St w Venn onll Noveml > er S STke ITbe
Tke 01 Kffe Effecti < t < of Equal Mugrase tr e am o Women WomenCharartrr Wom Womharra WomenhiraItefi
Charartrr CharartrrTojn harraTn hiraItefiTnrnaFntTnsorTfliSr
Tojn Tn TnrnaFntTnsorTfliSr Tn EnironorTn yorroll rT1Ia SC SCf fir 0 Ur Richard RichardlUrry Rlr2tsr1usry 1 1nary
nary hat h lately 1011 spent < p < nt a few jays lA In the b StaIn StaInchrre SUitrivhrr nIhr
ivhrr hr vuinm n Mile III IO and he b assures ua that the theunirrn theairnrns h hn
unirrn n t rharartrn h he < v ben damaged dm by the Ifeepo theetion
po etion loa of the th ballot ballotOn bII1On
On the III older olb hand the Ib late ilr Iro Julia Ward WardHowe Wariltnwe
Howe 110 vent 1 a rlrnilar teller iif Inquiry tn bundrrd bundrrdof hIlDdrI
of I mlnHlrri wit have ba lived fnr rear In Ir IhuM IhuMStair Ibo IboII thoiMtatns
Stair II > she 11 a Mlcrol kr > l If the Ib rrilt of f woman luf luffrutf sutIrate ul ulIrlt
Irate WIle Utl soml It 001 r ttt > r b b1 l to 11 overwhelming overwhelmingmajority nCTWllelmIIlCnJlv overwhImtngntajnttty
majority answered thai Ih < Br > were good The Thareiill TherpItr
reiill 1 of Ibf Ib Kplui Y11Iun > i > Alan were r In favor more morethan moreIhAn morethan
than two t to t one on of the Ih UaptUU Upll seven n tn one nD of ofth ofthe I IIh
th the Cnngrrgallotulliu atmul al > 1 right in one nf nflr nfIh oflb
Ih lr MethiMt MethottetL 111110 more than ten to one and D 1 of the thelrr IheYrhrrln theIrrbytertan
lrr Yrhrrln bytrrlan more than eleven to one oneWho nfl nflVte n nhIII1
Who Vte hIII1 U likely I In I be the Ib best I Imlge ltl of the women womenscHaracUti wnmeurIIIrat womenctiarteyr
cHaracUti Ihrlr pattor Iatl or a transIent lourlttt lourltttAMCC lorlUALIC IoirtstMici
AMCC STOXB fin IIUCXWSLL IIUCXWSLLlimunrairit nLacawuunJII IILscSWILLtmututrslrs
limunrairit Maf Ia November nmr 1 1Plate JIla 3risc
Plate Ila d iree ireefr r rIM re reFJfl5
FJfl5 IM lod 1ofld4fl rlaBIrlI rlaBIrlIfro mIriIIfruErsntr
fr fro Ersntr nrr list IIa no n need in borrow n The ab won worth I tlrtke tlrtkefrcrn ssrikefrom lTtleefm
from u 110 < M Cermnny rmlln ha h done tier II own word wordgrtve wordrrv wordgrCVC
grtve Is simple mI enough and an l hi has even morn mornnUtnry morIIItn morehistory
history IIItn packed park 1 auray In It than boycott y u for fortete r11er rvse
er tete se urtglnally meant a beAch bA b or rand ttrandTbrnre strandThence randTbtnr
Thence ih b Its Place de ircvr In Part took k Its name nameAnd namen1
And 001 although the Seine nIne In no longer waite the theelje Ib Ibtce t tetge
elje tce nf that lb open pace > and ad the name of the theplace theIar theplaCe
place Iar has h tirra n changed < In Pure r de d Ilfotel de deVltle toVhlle
Vltle 111 ll Its memory unlve for the be tymologltt tymologlttIf rmnIOlfIIf
If not no for the h ttrlkrr fa the modern mO < word orS for forA lorIbor
A labor trlke The TIt Place ria de 3reve < rve wa wip me mefaiorlte Ihl11Irll thefavorite
favorite < place of assembly mbly for workmen out Oil nf nfwirtk Iforlt niWefk
wirtk orlt even ra on holiday And D 1 an falre grrv grrvcnm Irvrrn 1TVrams
rams < i tn I mean utrtUe rlltt II U 0 Just al a IS If our Strand Ilandhd Strandhad Mtrsnilhad
had been o the Ib regular place pia to And fta l the th out of work workIn
In Ur might have been railing a strike arl a trand stnstjdto Irndla
10 la day < < t y
The Th Perlpatetlr PerlpatetlrA lptlC lptlCvrn
A t very living force It I he heMil heIlls
Mil banner alway Ii unfurled unfurledAnd uoturlfdn
And n l all II the U day be b patIently patleaUyive plIlaUcilv
cilv ive forth hit bl meuage so me III world worldFor worldFor orld orldr
For r r every PrY pawrby be b wilts valtaAnd wiltsUid 1 11Id
And 1Id with tlb his bl mandala bravely tanda stsdeThe tandaThrre D DThfl
Thrre The U t no doubt he heidi our 0 fate fateVlthln lal lalllhln fatniWithin
Within the hollow of hi hti band bandMich lIndirh bn1hirh
Mich Uiues on hue hi wnrdi depend deprnloull 1PfaJIIIIrP dependoutl <
oull IIIIrP i erosee > ro prr < r anit aa grow rr rich and h1 strong aronerr f rnng rnngIf
If but your r nt r tn 0 10 him youll oulIlno1o oulIlno1orlieR lend lendTttere tntTScre
Tttere nn n rliancr nf your YOt going wrong wrongAh rotIh
Ah h weighty Iarllt arethnr are 1h wurj of hi hiTh blTh his hisThai
Th Thai > day dll hy day 1a < hr b bid III you van vanAnd seantnd an anno
And no ui n wnmlrou nd r power It ItThe I ITII iiThe
The plillutbroplcSiOlwIoh pbllillbrople araIb Man ManNaliux ManNsTMx IanHT
Naliux HT U Larr La
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In tie ftshlhltion of rugs jurt opened openedat ntod ntoda
at a the th Metropolitan MuMjiim In th tile gal gallery lidIt gallery ¬
lery It which wan w known hut year Ir a loA thWblatJr the theWhistler th thhUtltr
Whistler room In the n nw w Wing K 1 there thereU
U a fascinating exhibit oi o tho Oriental Orientalweaver OrientalwtIGer Orientalweavers
weaver art of ancient tlra tirnow > and an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity for the study of that art artblch IIrtwhich artwhich
which It can scarcely o r l in the nature nntu of ofthing orthl ofthings
thing thl be hoped will iII often recur in nuch nuchcompact IIIIChcompact suchcompact
compact and comprehensive form in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city The museum Itcelf cannot put putforward putrorward putforward
forward such a showing of these th beauti beautiful bfIutlful besutiful ¬
ful w weaves ayes eicept when it 1 la able aa in inthe Inthe Inthe
the present Instance to draw upon the theliberality theliberality thelIberality
liberality of private owners Xo loan loanexhibition loaDeJlhlblUon loanexhibition
exhibition under other auspices would wouldbe
be likely to find such example eump obtainable obtainableowing obtainableoine obtainableowing
owing not only to the hazards of a gen general general general ¬
eral exhibition but alao to the natural naturalunwillingness naturalnlllingneaa naturalunwillingness
unwillingness of owners to part with withthese withth withthese
these th rare fabrics even tll for a time The Themuseum ThEmtlleum Themuseum
museum ban mad the moat of its oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to offer to the th public export guld guidance guldanoe guldonce ¬
once to th the exhibition by publishing a aspecial aspecial aepeclal
special catalogue prfpnr prepared l by Dr W It ItValentlner ItYalcnUner ItVahentiner
Valentlner the curator of decorative decorativeart
art The exhibition at t the same time timehringn tlmlbring timebrings
bring to attention what U not fully un understood urnderstood ¬
derstood th the remarkable richness richn of ofprivato ofprivate I
private collections in thin country countryln in inthese inthese 1
these th axprvsaions of tho genius of the thenear thtDear thenear
near Kant of tho centuries centuriesfrom from the four fourteenth rourteentb fourteenth ¬
teenth to the eighteenth these th appurto appurtonanceo aprurtoDanCM appurtonancea
nanceo of Old World palaces palacesThe pIIII1Ct18The palacesThe
The exhibition In connection with Ith its itscatalogue It Itcatalogue ItsttaIogu
catalogue contains surprises surprl for many manyadmirers manyadmlnora manyadmirers
admirers of th the run of the Orient On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the one on hand they the will 11I Im glad to learn loarnwhat ItmmhAt learnwhat
what hAt Dr Valentlner tells them of the thottrlbutions th thattrl theattr1bttions
ttrlbutions attrl lon of Persian Indian and Polish PolishTVS PolitlhrullS Polishrugs
TVS and on the other they tbe will wlllll l be > induced inducedtorenowed Indtlcodto lntucedtorensuwed
torenowed to study IItudylr if they th can bring them themToa themlea themselves
selves lea Toa Into agreement with him Those Thoselawels ThollOJeels Thosejewels
jewels of the floor tho resplendent Polo Polonalww 1010MIIo Polonalees
nalww whose charm has not been lead leadened 1 1ened lessened ¬
ened by what was heretofore deemed the thomystery th thmYlitery themystery
mystery of their origin Dr Vnlentiner Vnlentinerputs
puts down flatly as Poralan work probably
Prom the Imperial factories and declares declaresthat declllrCflthat declaresthat
that they were made during the first half halfof hnJrof halfof
of the seventeenth century CEntu Against ARalnotthis Againstthis t tthlA
this some students of carpets set their theirjudgment theirJudlmttnt theirJudgment
judgment that the th stitch lit Itch if the thwottl word may mayn
hf n i tired her the form of weaving < par particularly IrUcularly partlcularly ¬
ticularly with the th metal threads is mark markedlydifferent markttdlydlnnollt markedlydifliurent
edlydifferent from the familiar form uw II IIby used usedby d dhy
by the Persian weavers of that day dayDr dayDr dayDr
Dr Valcntiner however nays that thatdocument thatrtocuments thatdocuments
document have recently re ntly come to light lightshowing lighthowing lightehowthg
showing conclusively that these rugs rugswere rugwe rugswere
were we not made in Poland He Ii ay says that thatthe Ihutthe thatthe
the period riod of their manufacture cnn < nn be bealmost hfalmOClt bealmost
almost exactly actly dated between IGOO anti andloo
1030 an rugs of that type were sent nt as asgifts allgirtll asgifts
gifts from Shah Abban of Persia to Euro European Europttan Europeso ¬
peso courts during that time lie II hn hna has I i I I Ia
a further dash of cool O I water for Mime of ofthe
the collector who have believed and andsome RndIIOmt andsome j I
some of lh the dealers who have ha declared declaredthat dPClnrpdthat declaredthat
that them were w < scarcely more mo than fifty fiftyor I I
or a hundred at the h moot of the th theM rugs rugxIn ru ruIn i
In exieteno for he h nays that they th < exist existIn I Iin IIn
in largo number certainly not Icon than thanSOrt
300 They ar art to I l h be > r > found h hlancly he rays rayslargely I i I
largely in royal pnlncewof Europe notably nnlahlvIn
in Moscow Stockholm Copenhagen and nmlMunich nni andMunich I IIunlch I
Munich where h they Ita hive liwn preserved prwwrviNlIn
In excellent condition nine the th seven iwvrnteenth sevententh Pll PllInth
tenth century Although the exhibition exhibitionhas xhiltitjonhas
has but ju just t op opened n > v the Ih these > Manmemhy Manmem Itatelnpntshy tatm tatmhy I I I
hy Dr Valentiner have greatly int intrott interestelcollectors rt > st < i icollectors
collectors and xtudcnta of th the rug nigIt rugIt it itIt I
It < occasions > > ccn i < ini no speeLul p pt cwl 1 Kiirpriiw Irprl tn Intold lw lwtold Iwtold >
told that certain et rtain rugs of fifteenth o century centurymanufacture > I Imanufacture
manufacture got their r appellation a plllIat 111 of f If hld hldItem i JI JI1ln > j I
l 1ln Item > eln rugs beoatiwi oa one of them t figure I1gu in inthat IIIthAt in inthat
that pAint painters rn Danntadt l IIrln tlt mimorpieov mimorpieovHut multrpi multrpilIut
Hut a different key k in I struck wh wttmt n Dr DrValentiner lrValentiner I I0ICntinr
Valentiner given < iv his simple explanation explanationof i iof Ior
of the th oriRln cr if the term Polonaise polonaiappU ss ssapplied asapplied
applied appU to these tb rugs IliA and assigns It to amllCOn amisconception a j jmisconception
misconception mllCOn 1111If1 at tn fe recent f > nt a function run tlnn as asthe R Rth asthe
the th Paris eapoeltion Tpo ition nf UTS Several vmlr vmlrth of ofthe < if i ithe
the th rugs were tf exhibited xhlblt there th and thi thiname thnnm thtname >
name the Ih whole wlln civ class > is now no known by byarnno I byarose y
I
arose aro h hA says Y from th the circumstance circumstancethai lirlImIAnthM
thai thy bore the th coat of ofarma arm armt of the th tam family tamfly ¬
fly of r th exhibitor h h lnr Prince OjjrTori ki of ofVari ofWarsaw r i iW
W Warsaw Vari w though thl had been I < n mbroid srnbroitered mbroidered cl clrld
ered at a Inter dat than th the > manufacture manufactureof maIlUR tllr tllrnf <
of the t hA rue rueA rU6nl4t rugs rugsA
A ni rug much Utter known nnd morn mornfamiliar mnrInmlliar nuorofamiliar
familiar in Xmoricu m LI than th the now nowcalliHl sro srocalled I
called 111 Polish i is th the I Ihan vihjui lilt II Dr DrValentiner HrValntinr 1rValentiner
Valentiner also 1 attributes thin rnc tn tnanother toanother
another place of origin namely Herat HeratSo UratIlet I
N So iMHiiden the Ih newdeeignntinn n new fMicailed 4ooItJolitlh fMicailedIolinh ft4CtledPollh
Iolinh at 1 the th Metropolitan we now havn ha Itavothe j jthe Ith
the th socilI ocIIwt d lpihin Somo of the theinterested th thRoma theinterested
interested amateurs Roma tu reply in support of oftheir j jtheir
their long recognized position that the thePersian tl tlPIn I IPersiatu
Persian court travelled and that the th > royal royalrug roY1I1tllit royalrug
rug weavermoved w weavers moved with the Ih court They Theycontend Th Thcnntnd Theycontend
contend that Herat may be I no mol prop properly properIy i irly
erly rly applicable than Ispahan an n final finaldesignation finalrtPflhtMtinn finaldesignation
designation of th three < e fabrics rl1hri hut the th nil nilthority authority autthority
thority with which Dr Valentiner speaks Ik I Iin II Iii
in I hound to givj th a new direction to the thediscussion th thdlllCu thediscussion
dlllCu discussion lon of the th these rt subjects Ho II also nleocarrier III IIIcarri alsocarries
carrier carri some Persian rugs over to IndU Ind lndLtand I Iand Iand
and explain lila hi position with a wealth vetithof 11th 11tho i iof
o of detail from a minute and comprehen comprehensive comptL < ¬
sive study of design designIn diinIn
In the th fortynine rugs in the Ih exhibition exhibitionthe lthihltionth
the th rich beauty of color the th intricate intricatedesign inlrlllItdtlitn Intricatejesign
design and the symbolism of t the Ih patient r patientartisans HIntartiMn j jartiiuinH
artisans of the tit loom during Irinlt the th centuries centuriesof ClItllritof
of their greatness ICrMn offer an abundance hunIIIII of ofinterest ofIntfrt ofInterest >
interest to the Ih student and the dl cnHiiil cnHiiiladmirer casualailtotrer 11111111admrfr
admirer alike It had l lwen > een etrwcted that thuttheie IhlltthI thattheic
theie would be I fifty rugs shown but at atthin I Ithe Itit
the tit last moment the Kafper Krinlriith FrjeirittuMusetimn I IMuseum IluWlIm
Museum nf f Berlin lI announced Ian nnll nr I that per er erwkslon j jmission
mission Innl l been < en refuted it tn II lend lenda
a rug which it had promised th the four fourteenth rOllrtnth fourtcenth ¬
teenth century lfntu fabrio with the Ih Ming Mingcoat IhtlteOl1t lingcolt
coat of nrnis 8m one on nf thn tll nldest rugs rugHknown rUItknown rugsknown
known to exist iAt Other nigs 1 c1l belonging belongingto htolonp nlt nltto
to this thl class however are II or in the th exhibi exhibition exhiltition IhihltlOI1 ¬
tion If the th Berlin museum was unable unableto uMhIto
to 4 secure permission to lend its famous famousrug r8m01Irult famousrug
rug with the th ancient Chin motive of ofthe lrthe ofthe
the dragon fighting n htlnlt the th phivnix the thIIOJCton thIIOJCtonhltlum Ilootnn IlootnnMtisntim IlostonMuissuim
Mtisntim nf Finn Arts found Itself able ableto ahlto
to lend th the finest rug in Its It possession a aseventeenth atlftvntnth aseventeenth
seventeenth century CtIntu hunting carpet once oncedesignated on6dtll onesiesignat
designated dtll iesignat nttd d OH Persian but now ascribed to toIndia toIndin toIndia
India IndiaTha IndinTh IndiaThe
The Th Metropolitan Museum has dis displayed dl dlplayd uspiyed ¬
played a few of the rugs ru < CI which It owns In Inconjunctinn Inconjuncrtlno Inconjunction
conjunction with this thl highly instructive instructiveexhibition instructiveexhibition ntMlctlvIshlhltlnn
exhibition hut has M placed them In an ad adjoining adjolnlnlt adJoining ¬
joining gallery so oa to leave 11 the Ih Whistler Whistlerroom hittlrroom
room to 0 th the generous orOlla lenders who have havemad havmadethnhlhlllonJlOMihlonftlnI havemade
mad madethnhlhlllonJlOMihlonftlnI theexSiibltionpo poesihile isibleOeneralBn General Itmy Itmyton y yt
t ton < m Ives IVMlltonjmln Uenjamln Altman and Senator W WA WA WA
A Clark of this city Mrs 111I Herbert L Pratt Prattof i iof I Iof
of Brooklyn P A B Widener of Klkins KlkinsPark tlklnllPark IlkinsPark
Park P M I Sharpies of West eat Chester Pa PaTheodore j
Theodore M 1 Davis of Newport ewport John D DMcllhenny Dlcllh11nyor Ddcllhenny
Mcllhenny of Philadelphia C F Williams 1lIiamsof j jcif
cif 1 Norristown Pa Dr Denman W V Ross Rossof Rossof
of Cambridge and nd the th Boston B < ton MiiMum MiiMumto Muii uim uimto
to to all of whom the Metropolitan Museum Museumexpressed Mussuimexpresses ltlflAllmfxprfMfft Rottlll
expressed thanks and an appreciation appreciationwhich pprflCatinnwhlh
which will IM echoed by discriminating discriminatingvisitors dlrlr lnatlnjt
visitors visitorsIt I
It Is pleasant to note Director Robin Robinsene j jsons I InA
sons nA announcement that the museum mu mm ex expects cxpeels x xrmm ¬
peels from timu tn f4 time to organize or anilIt fur further fllrtllr furtiter ¬
titer exhibitions of notable works of art artiu artI artit
iu I it private ownership otherwise oll lWi inaccemtl inaccemtlbW
bW to the general < nllml public publicA
A Ialr aIr of King Kingfleurgr kingleurge In InONrcr
fleurgr III II wits i nvnderlng noJrlll bow Ibo th apple II gut 1I1tIII gotIn I IIn
In the III 4smpIiItThat Jumplinz JumplinzThar
Thar nothing nI lnor thy Ih cried rC I ual I till uu uutow we weao see5ow 1
tow ao thr th uloorl ulootllCU gctj la lag tb suup
HCMtKVELT SXI5ZL IN Nflt KW KWWfty XOlLVD XOlLVDby IJLVU
Wfty 111 by Many Han ttthu ll lIassrhusetfs Marhu elt H II RepublicanI RepublicanIIiI > n tttl MI M an11I MWill
Will IiI 11I 11ITo tote fir firTo Ease EaseTo
To TJIB tn KniTon or Tn Tils Hoxvie MU < i Th Throcrnt The Thervrenl TheItceflt
rocrnt irtlrltie of Mr ltoo JlOOtClt velt In New NewKnsUnd SItWnwnd Iw IwEngland
England have ha II forced upon tip m our roiuildera roiuilderalion
lion lit thM time a political duty superior superiortu llror llrortu
tu every local 10 < 1 question The 11111 U n which whichhad whichhd whichhiatI
had l hiecoms ecom m paramount In n the We WI est t and andIn nd ndIn ndIn
In New York HMUt has h now been thrust thruetupon thrlltllpon thrustupon
upon IM her herend aud that I issue MU la I nooMveUlnm nooMveUlnmIt
It had been hoped by many that we mIght mutbtescap mhrhlCtIC mIghteseSpe
escap CtIC the necessity of t r dealing with this thisluue thLtluulI thisissue
issue very dlre directly tly here h In New ew England at atthis atthis t tthlJlllm
this thlJlllm time by reason on of the death blow which whichIt
It should receive rf C1 e In lt its own home and feel feelJustified rHIJulIned feelJustified
Justified in exercising the local franchise franchisemoved franchlruo franchisemoved
moved ruo td solely by local 10 < 1 consldetatloni consldetatloniIlecent contlld I1I10n I1I10nUtnl
Ilecent event however have dispelled dispelledthU
this bop > Mr Ir Hoosavelt Ho < lt appeared In the thearena Ibenl1 thearena
arena nl1 at J1o Uoaton tOton ton and nd was received r eled Into this thisultuatlon thlaltuallon thissituation
situation with open arms rm hy Governor OovernorDraper OnltrnorDrr GovernorDraper
Draper political head of the th Republican Republicanparty
party of MamMchuiett who eulonlred eulocrl td him himand himnd himand
and nd wa in turn by him us a local IlI < al news newspaper ntweI4JWr newspaper ¬
paper put It exalted and sat t beside him himwhile hltnwhllp himwhile
while he h lectured the th citizen of this Com Commonwealth CommonlIlIh Cornmonwsalth ¬
monwealth concerning their affairs affairsHe albl albllie
lie who held Hi lie Xew Vork ork Republican Republicanconvention RIJlllhllcllnconenlion Republicanconvention
convention la hi his l loft ft fl nt t while ho wrota rol Its ItapniKrnmnie 110pttlllrlnm ItspfltgramflflrI
pniKrnmnie with lIh M right comes to preach preachin
to u concerning uotwimn uotwimnHe
lie who shook down Mr 11 harriman for fora tn tna
I a huge sum In New S cw York warn the men of ofMu of11Illdlll of3iassorlutisetta
3iassorlutisetta Mu 11Illdlll Hjrliu eU tt aualntt tho u Ilsst of money In InI InpolltIc
I politics politicsHa J1C polltIclie lIlic1l lIlic1llie
lie who has h been guilty of such shameless shamelessperfidy shamelessperfldr hamI1rndt
perfidy rndt toward hi his faithful friend Presi President Irslilent 1 1dnt ¬
dent Taft waves wav aloft a banner Inscribed InscribedThe
The Th Hiiuare tilU Deal DealHe llealIte Peallie
He who wore off Ills taxes In New York YorkState YorkStatedecIarlnghlmnselftobe orlc orlcStadeciarlnll
State Stadeciarlnll StatedecIarlnghlmnselftobe declaring hlm hlnllto elf tube he a nonresident nonresidentand
and then grasping < the opportunity afforded affordedby norcJedhy
by his hi sensational exploits loll In Cuba seizud seizudupon seirodupon Izod Izodupon
upon the Governorship I < of that Slate Mta I ap appears apeah appears ¬
pears clothed a all the th apostle alO lI of good citizen citizenship dUznhip citizenship ¬
ship and shouts holl nt us that If wa 111 elect I to tooffice 10OmCf tocMos
office one of our own citizens who has been beentlreleiw hCfIntlNl beentireless
tireless tlNl In the upbuilding of the th Industries Industrief
If > f this Commonwealth It will be a scandal scandalous ¬
owl ou thing thingMy thingl
My > 1 answer nllwtlrtohlll to his hypocrisies hi his meddling meddllnsand mddllnand
and his calumnies lLlllmnl Is to cost for Koa oil the thevote theot thevotewhich
vote votewhich ot which I would otherwise have cant for forDraper rorDraper forDraper
Draper DraperEverywhere Draperfrywhere DraperEverywhere
Everywhere we have h neen Roosevelt coins coinsabout ItolmlIIIIlt coingabout
about rowing the dragons teeth wholly whollydivented wbollydhIItrl whollydivested
divested of that dignity and deliberation deliberationof lIbPrUonor
of utterance which should characterize characterizean eharat < rlTe rlTean
an exlrenldent 11 lrlnt of till tI totted State par participating partlpallnll participating ¬
ticipating In local fisticuffs meddling In InState InStal iniRate
State politic attempting to build up n i per perKonal personal 1 1IODal
Konal following of men mum Indebted to him for forsuccor rorUlOr forsuccor
succor at this time craftily paYing hU hUwire hi hiwi hiswires
wire wi In Kun Euinsas a an Inmirnent a pro prosres proI progrtesice
sres I grtesice lva I In New s York sirk In New S Kneland a acon Aonrnth aconservative
con conservative < u > rvatlve faithless to that President Presidentwho Pldpnlwho
who ha h no I loyally Ktrugcled to bring order orderout onJrout orderlilt
out of chaos hll and tn put Jllllintn iult into practical effect effectno 1Tctmuch
no 5 much of bin pollvle wlId aa did not lie II wholly whollyoutald whollnUlsl whollyoutsIde
outsIde the II law lawIt IwIt lawIt
It will tie Mid hl by sonic Nlm that Mr > Ir Draper DraperI
I 10 not allied iii with Itooonveltiiim or with withthn wllhIhe withthe
the turmoil nhiine hll and 1 general nrt pollticl pollticland oliuc1anrl >
and industrial Indu lrllll unsettlement for which It Itstand ItIAnrl i istands
stand Let us II however make no mistake mistakeIf
If f ltooevclt mi 1Inlft nlfet attempt to erects creatathat erectsthat ral l lIhAI
that new nfl party the Ih birth of whiuh Hl his at 10111 spostlePirteluot > o tle tlellncliot
llncliot prophpnied at St Paul shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter hrel
IlIftr after hi his dlnll diuutissal < ll ini 1041 l for iniuiliordlnntlon by by1renident h hI livlrestident
1renident Taft Mhould l Ie > e crowned with withKIICCCI withi
KIICCCI 5I2 C CIs4 and S liii he II Hhoiild hul be h able 011 > 1 In the th at attempt alImpt attempt ¬
tempt IK I uralify hl his initiate ambition nnd nndInordinate anuiI
Inordinate I ho nil hAte lu lust t for power to place hlmxlf hlmxlfat hi mwlfitt
at the Ih hend of iici iti h n paity tia III ty s lll it not cir cerralnly cirtainly r rIIlnl
ralnly IIlnl I he M > found that he h will detnanil and andiicce IIlIdcrlly andsuieesssfuilly
crlly iicce fiil > demand lIIon from Mr Ir Draper a arepayment areparnieni
repayment of r the Ih obligation under which whichhe hhh
he h ha h has placed him by l Injecting hi his own ownmnloter nwnlnl ownsinister
sinister lnl lr iierwtullty y Into 1111 Mil this Massarituisette Massarituisettecaittoilgn MH t ichii hllu hlluOIl1IIn tts ttscnmimign
cnmimign U UI0I10rllor ttlwllt oi > liovernor l Irnlrlthalr limIers > raHri > behalf behalfvertior behalfoernor
rIrnor vertior > l inziper > riip r ho II hn has upon several neveralncramon severalnerasiotta rll rllI
ncramon ei ch11 < u evidence Mn of high i Inuiroce Inuirocebout urnire urnirehart rn rnh
hart h failed < i nt the Ih vuprenie Itt Kenrinc rarinlllhINllllc1 the theMiliticnl thePtIititItI
Militicnl cnneeiiience he II ha hiss been unable tn tnre toresist 10 I
re resist l l the Ih detnand tlmt he h ttand up and be beCounted 10 10tanlrl beeotunted
Counted tanlrl with ltb Itiosevelt ItioseveltI
I is M it on the h other hum io 1 ouilule ilito to I believe believethat 1111 1111Ih1 believethat
that If Foes o I is elected he h will 1II11I1r Inter be found foundhelplmr fJlln1hlpln I Ihelping
helping floowvplt There cnn an tie II but one oneutinwer In Inanr otisanswer
answer tn title > iiie 11IlIon tlon n vote v for Fo f Foss Is I a avote aCot
vote 10 against t lno lInhl j > vflti ni And n1 the 110 Mime Mimethins curtisthing II1f
thins muni mll 1 h be > e Mid saidwith Id with regard r tar1 < to 10 the Ih Demo Democratic 0110rrlltlr Demorruttie ¬
cratic candidates 1lIllrlI In Connecticut < ui and New NewHnmp S SIIAmpAblr ew ewhampshire I
Hnmp hampshire hlre sludge 1011 Baldwin Idln and Mr 11 Carr CarrItnUi CarrhoUt Carrboth
both of f whom command the respect and andconfidence andronhldenre nd ndonnln
confidence onnln of the Ih be tt t men In their own owncommunities ownenninutioltirs I
communities but who ho have ha nexvrthlen nexvrthlenlieen nerlh nerlhllhJI nrverthlesalwn
lieen ubjected llhJI to the Ih most virulent abiiH by II bltoosvrlt j I
Itoosvelt ItoosveltIt no II IIIt
It I Is true t that the th Democratic enliven nn I Ilion IIIln Ilion
lion in Howtnn IA I reputed 11111 1 not to have hll been beeno h ho hee
10 o iiilet a as might have h been the h ra e had It itbeen j joeen
been choked 11111 1 in the Ih Iron irnp lorr > P of Boss n Hiuxe Hw i iveil I
veil 11 nnil It l a iinfortunntn that Mr Ko Kotlndi FOA FossOnsi
tlndi hlm hltn11 ef ilonrl oullh the ame arn i iuittictl > < > litlcil IIIIllrtln IIIIllrtlnlib train traina I Iwith I
with a lib i t it Kllzucrnlil ii I z it raid The Th ixilitlcil mni u rica i duty dlt 1 uut y of r tha thahour Ih t hetnttr I
hour howeier i IIrlnr m > erior tn I minor conoid enfltirjIratittti I Ieratlon I
eratlon suflj nn nd I I hehrve h that Mr Ir IOKS 111I 111Inn will willmake willrntki
make nn a Rood fiovernor I irit rnnr of r this Common Commonwealth I olllmonltlt onuritonwesitIt ¬
wealth ltlt 1 have ha penonilly had cnnnider cnnnidernhle considerable < uhlrhl
able hl opportunity II as nn active Clh oitnpetltnr oitnpetltnracatnt crimnpetitisrarainat mplltnrAltlllnl
acatnt him tn t ntieervf the Ih rmult uf hi hibusine hiJIIln his hisbusiness
business acumen seul < OImn In the Ih I he suiesesofuil ur cCC < c fui iipbulll iipbulllIng ut phtii Ii Iilag
lag In the th face f of n here Ah > condition of f a atype 11In atype
type In of lnilu industry try which has been steadily tteadllyftllpplntf steadilyslippinin 1alII 1alIIUIplnlf
ftllpplntf away r from New S Knclnnit and I Iair IAlf Iair
air confident that the rh < iinlltle of uf I energy energyintegrity energyintegrity nr nrIntrll
integrity and oiind n1 judgment which have havenerved h hnt havesarvel
nerved nt him en veil 11 in this enterprise mill millbefoiindlnf willii 111 111It
befoiindlnf It rOllnlln Icuinsi merrY ervetheCominonwe n Ih omulOnwlth llhoiUnlly llhoiUnllynell equally equallywell IunllyII
nell II In the Ih administration of Hit It hu huln hulnaJllll hijinaifai inesA inesAaffair
affair affairI vs vsI
I do not recall ever hiving voted voted 01 1 for frOmJCrlll a aDemocrat aDemocrat
Democrat 0 siv ave for grover ror Cleveland In1 aa aaIreiient aAIrMInl as1rsitnt
Ireiient and ann for William V n < atr astnn tnn > n IH II IIlOornor aslnvernor IHGovernor
Governor nf lhl this Stnte N cte I Recent events eventshowever eventshowever nl nlht
however have largely obllt obliterated ratei party partyllnej pnrtIIn partlines
lines IIn and by h whatever party ary name he b I Icalled is isailed
called II it III l is certain that to vote for Mr Ir Fox Foxfor F Frr POsCfor
for iovenmr i is the III only II mit method afforded in inthHStateat inthis t
thHStateat Ihl this 14tte 111t at this time tlmf tin nf rlvinu ilhlnllptPrMn expression to toour toour I
our dl 1Ilrllllt trut of Ui ltosseitismn ltosseitismntieti > o vnlflsm vnlflsmMen lrt m
Men I of thrift nnd Industry everywhere everywheremen nhr nhrmn I
men no 0 I Iee e honext than I Roosevelt but IllInr IllInrIuntpl t more moreprompt InoreI
prompt I srinii t thtti 110 t lie h in I n the II I he dl I 11hnrll I iseha charie rice of their theiroliligilions IhlrhlllllInll t lid r ruiiltgitioti4
oliligilions art ar tiecomlnu heartily sick I k of ofitriiKKlliitf sitstrliaclifli r rtrcIUhC
itriiKKlliitf nMHltinC Hi current urrrl of r unMihle unMihlecondition IInIIIIIIIn ulnstnlluttuuI
condition ttuuI lit iins which whi irli I is M the tl I lie practiiMl prt u tjI fruit I of ofthe fIrIt tt ttt
the It t lit pernicious rtlhln nctlvltle iuiti vi ties of lloimevelt II I ii lose telt nnd nndof nn1or it nil nilof
of his hi political Ilili satellite 111I1 unreal and n mall mnnllKyery smsllEvery mallvr
Every vr day III I meet more IIh of r them who ho h turn nretritlnlnu turnstrutining r rIrctnlnw
tritlnlnu harder atfainst the I h old ties II who whnte who4t4 h ha
a 4t4 te hiSs I nml AU lr lees M dlpo tll tllsttuwj < e < J to t nvpond In I it the thefrnntlc Ih Ihfrlnlh thetrnntk
frnntlc npiMnU of r New s Knutand tnltjnIIIIltllrltn tnltjnIIIIltllrltnpi Keptihllcan Keptihllcannewi
newi 1ewsl ittier ti > please pi oh th plenre 11 KIVO n the theiroMl Ih lbgoitl
iroMl 1 old 1 1 paity iia and all II that > ntt of rot rotAnd roln1 mlAnii
And n1 the III amlovie of thins u Ma URhll lassuihuletts lassuihulettsitetutilil iichil < ett ettllepubllranH tt tt1IllIIhlloon
llepubllranH itetutilil lions wlm a ho while w hll h I I now n admitting iti uui ft I tIii their theirabborrence 1Ilralthor t ilpi r ralhorrenrs
abborrence althor of If Itoowvelttrn j Ileui > le d that the thellepiibllcan th thlIphll1I1I tistlieputlliutn
llepiibllcan party rI In thl this State and fir firnor isvrnor OV T Tnor
nor lrm IIrtlr > er the th head thereof do tI not repre represent relreseiti ¬
sent 111 Itixweveltlsm dally rnund weaker 01kr and andweaker Idwkr uttadweaker
weaker More nnd alllmr more of them Ihmar are Wetting irettfnitready Wettingreauiy
ready tn lock the Ih barn befnre the III horse h1tO11IIn H Htiten isatilen
titen and rote again noevelttMn Itoo etIAfn here hereand hreanrt hereand
and now nowDay 1I0WhI
Day 10 hy day tlA the Ih iue I l is made mnre plain plainneholil plaInnhllol plainReholil
neholil now the tI Hlg III Stick ha has been n pnei pneito 1 passetito
to t Senator nator Knot 0101 who brandUhe it In our ourface 01rl ourfaes
face rl and nel threatens that If we darn at I this thistime thl thlUrn thistime
time tu repudiate rp 1latl < flooevcltlsni foJ tItI m the th Republi Republican ¬
can party or M so much of It n as may remain remainafter rrnahaUr retnaihiafter
after November 5 will III force fnr upon u us In n mu mumore IPI itttuI
1 more danxeruu RnrOIll man than Ro Rostaeslt < Mrelt him hlmItCJr himelf himelf
elf supp suippeiini Ming that sucli a man can an be befound h hrrlland hetitniit
found This I J the tb concrete expression of ofthe orIh ofthe
the Ih Roosevelt policy poll In a single line I Irule Irul 1rule
rule rul or I ruin ruinBut ruinHilt 1In 1InBut
But Senator Root I 11 wrong Ills It ill I cry ry I Ithe Ith is isthe
the th voice vnl < of r a min about to be beaten He Heand II IInd Iiand
and nd those th who ho like Ilk him against their bet better hemter I ¬ 0tr
ter judgment cllnetollnofievelt cling to lIolt In gritltilde gritltildefor zrHltllrllor
for past mt favor are approichimt the end endof endof nel
of their resource Ollt < when they begin to make makeagalnol makellIalllt makeagainst
agalnol < M < itilrh threitn an these theseFor Ih theseFot I
For my part I believe t oUe that Roosevelt I Ia Is Isa to
a political npeiUlator ullllnr who IIIH nverMUvnl nverMUvnlhis
his hi mirket and l is going broke hrn but I do tI not notpropose nolprop notiO4C
propose prop iO4C to take any chance h4n and o far fara
a I 111m nm concerned I propose tit nttrt tr voting votingagainut votingagainst tlUlI tlUlIIIlnor
against IIlnor If itoiusseltisiut > < wv < Itlstn now nil mil to keep k kvoting 1 on onvoting onntlnll
voting agilnut It until III It I is uprooted root rootand rnotIIlId rootand
and brnn hnmdl h A s he Ii disappears < < beneath
the Ih mirf stirfOng of the th iiollllcal watent wal which hit h
his hll so u areitly disturbed thrust down by
the hands of his hI ioiinlrymrn nlllllrm awakened tn tna t trUt
a oCt15 eiu rUt e of the feirftll urfuil flniitfeM < Involved In
hit hi further r rlher awendowy ndon KutMevelt will 11I pull
down with him some 01 Iron giol no l < m nsti n like lile Stlinsdii Stlinsdiiof
of r New s irk r and n Proper nf Missm 11IhllU hn > ttn
for r I lieli 11Ilhllllh IselitS vetliiit flint the result o oupon 01 hi luis uIptteIratee uIptteIrateeultIlItI Ilru IlruI
upon I III I tie pohtkil t litIei I wvnn n In thin Iii is Ht Sht its will willi WI II I
Iw I uniienl tu I turn the iwulo tlCa It fur KIM iitsCoxcufuD j
II i iCOXCORD L W t
COXCORD 31 3Iaa Mi 5 November 3 L I
TUB TKVTH ABOVT IVIVI IVIVIJUsponrepllaiw 1 U UJllltflpC1ItI isaiii
aiii JUsponrepllaiw In InTo Rftca11 I ITal s sTa
Tal Dodger PodflrTo DodgerTotes
To Totes THK EniTonorTilK EITOR 0 TtUI 8rx i4t It 5i 5iwas j jwas > flo floa
was a CUmuliel uked lI kfd 1rofeseor 1rofeseorHiwuell Iror mim mimhtwiuclI
Hiwuell Lowell of a tudent In h hut < Ptau Ptauclajw tsntseliot
eliot A Utla mountain In Jude Judethe 4 4the
the prompt answer In these day when ns nslllbl t tIMbie
lllbl undt dusty on the shelf ever everknow n nknow <
know of the Annaa Club and It fn n t twbo uwho
who belas belnalsothecommltteeon also the committee on admin adminha <
ha modestly declined election nhh athmany f fmany
many including uch prominent persons persuloMrs n nMrs
Mrs Htorer Jud Judges < M Parker and IUld lttljwMr n nMr
Mr flit sod the late Mr harriman hir hirconslitered hivsconsidered
considered him eligible and urged hi hts riaiu riaiuto < lvni lvnito
to membership but a astonishIngly tonl hln ly few know knowwho
who Ananias wa was and how he achieved hu hufame bu bufame
fame fameThe fameTime
The prevalent Impression ls that Ana knia4 knia4was mm mmwas
was a notorious and unmitigated liar HIV HIVtory 14 14tory
tory doe not so depict him It give giveonly s sonly
only these facts The lii primitive ChrUUuu ChrUUuuadopted Chrtatt0adopted
adopted a schema of roclalUm which at atittiiiitli MI MIiulikly
iulikly abandoned as all such scheme schemebeen h hbeen
been Hut when It wasorsnnlzed enth enthwi enthwiastlo < isi isiastlo
astlo believers Hold their theirposteessiona po nielon and put putthem pqthem
them Into the common fund administration administrationof
of which was centralized inapoxtollc lit hind hindThes hindsThese
These contributions contributionaworetree wero free will offerings offeringsIn
In this respect they theydlifer differ from taxes which whichthey whtuhthey
they resembled In that they were payments paymentsby paymentby
by Individ inulividutals uals for the use of It thUS community communityPossibly COmnvflhinltvIoslhly
Possibly AnanUs did not believe in lh lhiuam tiesiuusre
iuam d dsl l Ierhap his wife Sapphln Sapphlnwas
was thrifty believed In laying hy and antiereised ei eierclsed >
erclsed the Influence a prudent wife shonll shonllhave I Ihare
have over nn extravigunt husbund It Itmay Itmay
may lie that both doubted the eventual eventualsucc erontutsisuccess
succ success IMS of the socialistic plan If ao the event eventJust eventJuzatitled
Just Juzatitled Hied their prescience prescienceHowever presciencehowever
However this may be they evidently evidentlrwished evidentlywishietl
wished to keep up appearances with the thasocialistic thesocialistic
socialistic and progressive party of their theirday theirday
day Even now some politicians are reg regular rpgular ¬
ular with mental reservation Ho her theralso heralso
also sold their possessions and put part of ofthe otho
the ho proceeds Into the common fund hut hutthey hutthey
they kept back something for e rainy day dayIt dat datit
It does not appear that either mails an anaffidavit anamtavit
affidavit or that one was nece necessary ary S Sfar sfar
far as it appears they were only guilty nf nfthat ofthat
that secondary and very common form of oflying oflying
lying stipprenslon of It the truth Very Veryprominent ry ryprominent
prominent pious and wealthy persons nf nfour ittour
our own time who on general principle principleloudly principleloudly
loudly decry dishonesty In the abstract di dievery dievery
every day what Ananias did He simply simplydodced simplydoiigel
dodced his taxes Dut when thl this Iran Iranpi transpined
pi pined red to the clairvoyant vision of St Peter Peterthat Peterthat
that Impetuous saint hotly rebuked the thse theteiuivoeitlor
e iulvocutor < wbo wad so ashamed that he hedidnt betIjilnt
didnt answer a word He retained no nonstutw metasttit
nstutw counral to argue that there was no nointent noIntent
intent to deceive and to demonstrate that thattruth thaitruth
truth U this to me and that to thee ant antwhether nd ndwhether
whether truth or falsehood let It be lie liefell la lafell
fell down and gave up the ghost ghoitand ghostand
and tho young men arose wound him up upand upand
and carried him out and burled him Then Thenalthough Thenalthough
although wound up ha nevertheless topped stoppi4going toppedgoing1
going on onTho onTha
Tho Incident shows that history does do not notalways nit nitalways
always repeat Itself and nd that some folk are areluckier
I luckier or cleverer than others othersThere otherThere
There Is precedent that allows a citizen cltlienof
of New ew York to escape taxation here by say sayIng esylog
log In an affidavit I have been and am amnow amn4w
now a resident of Washington and cubes aubcequently cubesquently
quently to explain that residence and dom domicile dounidle ¬
idle are very different that the former formerdepends formerilepsuads
depends upon Intent and that the phrase phraMI
I ant a resident Is uceptlblo of the con construction conI ¬
I struction 1 am domiciled domiciledIllaTonIcca
HisTonicca IllaTonIccaNtw HisToniccaNew
New YORK November 3 3Cautions 3auio
Cautions auio tensor of a nation Pageant PageantTo
To TUB KOI Entmoa ton or THC STO 5V5l Str Josephin JosephinPreston Iov > hln hlnPreston
Preston Ieabcdy itirs Mr Lionel Marka designed designedn
Sn n original float fjr the rioslno Equal SuTratrsoctnilon SuTrat Suirstesoortttioi
rsoctnilon fur Coud sxi Government to ejhtUt In Inthe lflIhi
the iMiiadp which Is to tie held In iu Boston shortly shortlyhy
hy the iiromoers ot a better bigger and bjlrr bjlrrIloston buiriioonvt
Iloston Ii 1313 1313The It3I
I The detlrn repr reprrsntw1 ensd the old and the n flew flewJuislicr w wJiihllcr
Jiihllcr The nrst Mhleati showed a male savage oavagflilenantlr savageIerantlv
ilenantlr demanding Justice for himself hy force forceof foreofarvyss
of ofarvyss arm untie a woman and chiLl croiirhet ner nerhim iearttli
him huldtng uti ro fOeCtlflf ferinr hands of helpless rn rntreatv entreaty
treaty Justice the ancient Justice lowered loweredstiov toweredstInts
stInts t tem e n blindfolded and sword In hand wttn wttnher wtthflr
her wales cale hanrlng all awry awryThrwrond awryThranrond
Thrwrond tableau showed the man and womanwslktng woman womanwalking
walking lovingly aide hr fid ride carrying on bite thatrboakl biteabotillera
abotillera boakl ra a tttue child woo cLasped oo one arm armaround armaround
around the it neck uf ufeaeb each The new Justice looked lookedon
on tenlinirttly hoMIng her scales esie even evenuch evenurh
uch a group might have seemed a h barmt barmtlet nul s sfeature
feature let lure of any modern parade Ftut after the Fo Foton Sostins
ton PTIS Sti Satrsg rage ° Aisortatluo bad got leave 10 10hnte tohje
hnte itic Ccit the i termiaskin rmlsUon was taken bank on onthe muthe
the grtttnd round that II was aglnt the rules w bats navaanv batssay
say mooted iu lusttOfl tlon represented rtprrseniertVow
Vow ow qiitixtcal and wcmewhal lodlrn Indignant < nt tot inffMtl totfvutlti
fMtl fvutlti i will wmchi the ti cjnlnc parade with trnt trntcvrs ly lyeves
eves In thr tti full eipectaton cf seeing at least a aitijrrn aiiuzen
itijrrn mool mooted d question reprwenled In It Pine stncathre Pinethre
thre Is Mantis a sIngle movement lot the t Pellet Pelletmenu ner nermcnt
menu of Hocton thai Is nut vehemently vehementlyly otuputed otuputedty
ly Miniehnly EThYL C CIKmrnM ATIk ATIklttertS
IKmrnM Main November N 3 3H aIt
H laares laaresT ha harile
T rile < t mae tmsI Vmn < in in ftturoav ftturoavI fleet fleetI
I will not speak too disparagingly of M Jairea Jaireatie
tie Is i scholar a most courteous man a ritnark ritnarkahle rentsrxable
able parlIamentary tactician an Idealist and ad adthat allthat
that Rut he I Is nol a revolutionist T ° not a fighter flchtrrlie
lie dUI fight a duel years ago with Paul DrouPde DrouPdeKvrrynody Oroutederterytiwly
Kvrrynody frit that he must tale It Voraan iris irisever witever
ever lets made to conduct wars He constantly constantlytaiu
talk of peace and reconciliation Even when whenfifteen whenfifteen
fifteen columns itt > llluminiii am full of IM IMrrost themost
most hnrrld violences hit own editorial Is an s speal sp sppest >
peal tn sobriety on the tb part of hi opponents opponentsnr
nr a Cuoandrallke prophetytng of unutterable unutterahleroes
woe roes I said above that be Is I a great tactIcian uettrlanwhen tactIcianwhen
when the war Is only In words In the warm pit pitclnrts preeittts
clnrts of the Chamber he really Is a splendid splendidgeneral splendidgeneral
general nut then hi his enemy Is I luist J < I the other otherSocialist cuberSortalust
Socialist M i Hrland his Pit former friend the founder foundernf
nf ht his own paper a man about whose notion and andprinciple rl rlprincIples
principle h l 1 us absolutely certain He It knows knowsthat knowsthat
that If he were fortunate enwith to unsaddle Bin Binand hImanti
and get In hi place he IJaureol would not differ differa
a hut < > t from him eirept In continuing a diplomat diplomatwhere 4tptorsuwhere
where the other ha has learned from Clemene ii tn tnIil tollay
Iil llay y thrnoldlcr So the whole wholedilynrencs difference between betweenthem betweenthem
them Is Just that one Is tn office and the ether ethersees othersee
sees see no chance itt getting reinstated In hts nl < nlrl nlrlcomfortable ctllornfnrtable
comfortable Mutation of a sort of Eminence f nfl nfltill rie rietill
till M lombes nr cnn friend of M Combes re regain regains
gain power powerrinding pwerEtniling
rinding lnsl Thing In Germany Germanyfrnm lermanyFrom
From I Ill r5 < tr Iurlt IurltTake iuS5 iuS5rake
Take care bow you plrU up a thing tht Is Islou IIlis
lou In Ilerlin The other day one of our OlingoIng deputies deputiesgoing
going through th the Prussian capital on his return returnfrom retotnfrom
from the conerrs HI Frankfort noticed a key St Stthe l lthr
the e < le of the sIdewalk He Ii plcke < l It tip 1Q 1QtnI < Q Qluind
luind U tii 4 a police agent The Tit jrpresrntatlve f fthe Ithe
the rtly jiollce rifuvd k to lahe It saying Vnii Vniishould nut nutchitulli
should take this key to the special bureau of ofthings ofthings
things that are lost lostVery IosiVery
Very well where In Itr ItrThe itrThe
The rent named the street streetI
I Is It far from here hereV
V h hslf lf hour threequarter Ibre qiarters of f an hour If you youdont youdont
dont willc rapidly rapidlyThe
The deputy replaced the key on the pavement pavementSame pavementf4nme
Same one else will pick II up he said saidNot saidNot
Not at all said the agent In a commanding eommandlntlone
lone You should have hat left It where It wns Wa but butuow hullnow
now yoi are obliged to go to the bureau If Ifyou Ifyou
you dont Ill l Il make a coiaplalnt against you OIi And Andyoull anlyutitt
youll he lined perhaps given a day In prison prisonThat prInThats
That the law lawThe lawThe
The deputy was compelled lo obey onlers onlersSince orulerS1ttc
Since that day he carries his hand In hIs pockets pocketsTil
Til The lalrd nf Aklbo In thflTortag thflTortagTo be Tnrtgae TnrtgaeTo
To lUE 1It KPITOH or TOY Sex SC4l 5lr In uhf iclsmorning uhfmofflIltEs
morning 8fi appears a remark about ut utCarnegie Si SiCarnecl
Carnegie library at Pry Tortuga Allow Mr Mrwtio uewho
who know the Tnrtngas to remark that mere In Innn IInis
nn library of the Carnegie type within inn miles milesnr niteor
nr morn of said place There is a a Carnegie Kb Kboratory lthoratory
oratory at loggerhead Key one nf the Tirtjjsi Tirtjjsigroup Trtuijslgroup
group aril I understand that leading bloi binglsa binglsahere > fl flhere
here and abroad consider II a compliment to L LInvited La Latattled
Invited there by l Dr > r Mayer whets bead o of same samePart satanParl
Part It I BrvKis BrvKisUeutenanl araazaLieutenant
Lieutenant United Sutet Army Armyrow trfaYroar
row SUxnM N V Vo rnbsg rnbsgTeiat
Texas nice nicefrmn RiceFrin
frmn thrnatitan the Dzton naVanttf naVanttfWith nofoauSewith
With a train of from twenty t In > forty wggsx wggsxeach wigseaeach
each of which I drawn by four mule the n nfrnm ne nefrom
from th the < Moorti Blurt rice farm its miles t tlow b blow >
low town ha has been coming In for more than Cut icndays Cutlays
days Its team goIng and coming sveA vea di isis > a athe LSthe
the week weekKarh weekVarh
Karh wagon averages twenty nve bag f fload lit > 4 4mmii
load and lhl this contlniiou hauling will last lastmore ill lI lImove
more than Niimn bags have been hauled fr Xi Xithese fl flfarmt
these farms

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