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ttit. SECOND SECTIONS NEW YORKV SUNDAY, JANUARY 1911 CVVrloht, 101 1, hi Iht Sun Printlno atirf Pvblitkinp Atiociolion, I.). I I ' EYES NOW ON HE SOCIALISTS Tl I .heir Growing Vote the Political Problem ot , the Present Day RESULTS LAST NOVEMBER Increased Strength the Change in the Policy of the Party. that the noolallntg wcro to noli a croat n i. . oy wero eJtcoodltiKly nctivo. It wo,'I1,bo an xBgeratlon to euv that Mr Hitchcock und hU friends und Mr .Muck nnd his friends felt themselves relieved when It became known aulhori tuMvely that Debs' totnl vote was only 117,41X1. but H is no exaggeration to say that thoy felt ery Inm. easier when they learned of tho actual result of Debs's nurd campaign for President us the ouh- (IklutH or tho soeiulists und its indication for tho fill urn. TIIK HKCOMO AT TIIK I..IST KI.KCTIO.X. Karly In loin Wjth u campaign Imminent in many States for (!oernors and Con gressmen for the sixty-second session of the House of Representatives, the social ists renewed their iirthltles Thoy put on extr., stciim during the summer months. In tho .all they nominated candidates for (Iovernor in many Stutes, and It wan ob served that the nominees in must ln.in,..u.u wore native American. ' There win a departure from the old Idea FOllOWing ! tl"" "' Noeiulist were distinctively for eign oorn cmens or llieir eons. ror in stance .1 Slitt Wilson was noininuted for (iovernor of California, Ana Warren Drew for Governor of New ltiimnliro r..... thechlef centres of Socialism are Kouhalx und Mile, and in .Saiti llillino. 'There in. little or no Hociullst sentiment In the Southern Stales. The Hoeinlists explain this by Haying that they really have no Slate organizations In the South, "whore mo.st or the voters are negroes, who are very often disfranchised." Hut these satno Bjcl.ilists tell you that they point with pride to their .-treat vote hi I'Klalioma. where the negro.- hedl .-. si,.,.. I COIIVelltioil mill iii.lm-,,..! ll. I IiOKet lllll I lie Tide of Soclallmi 4'oiitlniit' to llc. Politicians Are Ashing Jiileh (iron 111 or the Prcsrnt Movement a Confratt tn the Mow Progress Made 1 the SorlallM l.ahnr Part) IMrr tno.lWHi Voles for IH-bs ror President In llios. er Half a .Million Cast l.t ricetton for Socialist Candidates The Part' Plrst Congressman Won I'trri'i Socialist 4'anillitarlrs Itml mi the rorlunes or the llrpuhllcans. hir se-.eral vcars the political managers ' the two great doluinant political parties ' 'he country. Republican and Demo .vii' h.ue h.-on watching the Socialists. thev h.n.i ten ml th socialist move- 'nt with something like tho Interest i' piiticai managers years ago gave . th rise or Kre-nbackisni, populism id free silver nt Ifl to 1. While these .ittr movements were to a certain tent ephemeral in their effect upon 11 pre.it pa-ties of the nation they ore none th b.s disturtiitiK to the imitations of political mntiaRers. Tho i-ked increase in the socialist vote the last ten year, has become the fieri piTblem of th present day. I he very he.vvy increase in this vote mi the las! two years has in fact be "ie a distu rliing factor in the Inner vi roles 'he two great parties. Democratic and "eniiliiiu:i. Within the last few months, uj especially since election day in November, those vitally interested in ' i pilitical future have been in a quan- 'HT as M whether the rising tide of eialism as indicated in the actual vote In swell to Rreatur volume or like the ivnments which represented green- ''ii:n. ioulisni and free silverism is t., roach a certain crest and then to Hle and eventually fade away and une only a memory like greenbackism. ptlisni and free filvertsm. P-aetie.ilv the first evidences of social .M in the I'nited States weie observed e ., inn-al epoch which closed the eii'i 'l i ireer of Ulysses S (Srant - .''.t' time most of the socialists ie -ni.iM immigrants. I.-iter on the m m ii einent gainel a little head- i,v ,.sions of Immigranta from ir i.ai- , i r.uroe. Tor many yearn i.wst ii ivement in the country . Ix'ked ii'. in as having the suntiorl ! . inioru lor governor of Ohio. I'harles Ixlwanl Kusell for (Iovernor or New Vork, .lohn W. Slayton for (Iovernor or Penn sylvania, Daniel A. White for (Iovernor of .Massachusetts, John M Work for (iover nor or Iowa and Hobert Hunter ror (Iov ernor or Connecticut. In Commonwealt'lm where no State can didates were to be nominated the socialists entered the lists lor Congress, just n they did also in States where State ticket were named Without discussing the merits or demerits or socialism tho Show ing table, mado up ironi the best sourcoit available represents the result or the Socialist campaign in into, us compared with that or tens: IDAS "OCULIST VOTK. J Mal.arim 5-"',n rkaiins ... rlonn .... "V-9 California ;") Colorado s. 1 13 Connecticut Delaware ' I' I'lorhln (ienri(l.i .... B.I" Idaho "' Illinois " '"MTU Itidiana S.MT Iowa Kansas Kentucky Se'" Louisiana "W Maine s.JM .Maryland "'""3 Massachusetts lle"kB Michigan l".:t Minnesota .. I.0'" Mississippi Missouri . ... ".! Montaiin V'24 Nelirnska I.S'W Nevada N"e Hampshire. tf.24'1 .w- .ler.ey .! New York.' . - .North Carolina 2.H North Dakota . 3J.70 Ohio . . Oklahoma . ..' T,.i:i9 OreKon. . S.1.IUS I'enrnVlvunla --'WV Hhoile Island lfl South Carolina. : 6 South Dakota . '.kSI Tennessee . 7. 'TO TeJiis .. t'tah Vermont ... . . .Virginia . . M.I" WHkhlneton .. :.5"! . Wesi VirKinla :s.l04. .. Wisconsin . 1.TI- Wvoinlnit 17.406 Totals into ... H.inn ... 47.SIB . . s.b:o ... ni.st: ... 4, ISO . .. ,..n; ... 4,ei7 ... tn.in; , .. w.Tim .. i;,3i4 .. 5.7.1!) HO i .ass 3.074 1 1. .116 7.676 . II. 17.1 . 11,664 ;.ii 0.J6S I ..101 1.032 .. 10.134 . 4S..',:o 4.17 . 2.374 .. Ml. (1.1 7 14.707 .n",1 . .Vi.n.-.i 70 I ..',7s . 1.704 .. n.tm .. 4,s: .. I.o: 1.1.064 4. .19.547 I. we. S45.B77 The jump in ih,. of i.ilist vote in Texas is explain...! liv ill,,.., r,i,iiie ..1.1. ..r..i.. . Ill tliut State to be due to opposition to I Henulor .lMpli Weldon llailev and his management or ihc Democratic party In the l.one Star Stale iti lino n... it i. lican cundidate for (loierimr r..,.,.iv...i I votes mill the oooliiliM c.mdidale ror (Iovernor 1 1. ass The increu-ed vole in Nebraska, looked upon us llryaii B Stale. Is explained to represent di.itilactlon with the can didacy of .lames C D.ihlmatin, the Demo- , Z lor (,ov-"-'ior. nnd that irn7i ' i . " represent Demo- cratlc delectlon As matter or r.icl as rr us , ,,,,,1,1 ,. ,(Mri((.(li lno- ()f tsicialist campaigners in lain, either for foveinor or ror Coneresm., i ' .1. apiH-als to clerks and salnril' people w ,, had been it lur.l 1... .1... ' . ' Wing ,, while radical Hepublicans u,l m.ll,.. 1..... . Zal. ,J" "k-"WT01 fr "lPor. Wlher OS rulldlllntna fn 11 .. .... '" ""'enior or rongress. tllelesT V,,, lnrr''a''! ""Ver- KIIIHT SOCIALIST COS-nllfHUtAV Hut the net nH .st ii... - .1-,. . . , . . ' "M-illlSS U las, .November's election was the success of Motor I. Herger. who was elected to (ongress in the Kiflh .ir(., ,,, Wi-ou- sentH.Ive Herger Is ,). r( (c.iulis, necieu 10 tho Hons,. r Henre. nHriini Piu in . UU VOtH Of .1 J ' linn ritu ..r llnnry V lrlifiiwt hi- ltt-tiulili.t - Mt)t. w;w 13.147 ' nan Iwmj pradirallv ilw. Mr i or Ul toilette, who has ,m,K. .i. 13.107. While Carney, his Denux ratio doon vcarw nam 'ennlnirs. Hoc. 4 Wlbon, Deni Law, Hep Wolff, Sue I' (ioliiroule, Drm Illoi-h, Hei . ........ London, stoe .smith. Hem Alevaniler, Hep Itoherl, See . . , ," oil 10. - Allen, Don. ( lueliel, Itcp.. . Hi hweickiiit, s,K. !!!'.' Slier,nid, Deni , , Hamilton, Itep. Ifles, See ....I.!!." I., While, Deni !!!.'. loice, 1,'ep Mh 1 1 111. .Sue ' II 1'ralieis, Dem .. ..,!'.!'" HlilliuttSHollli, ,'ep Mnriay.Sor Whllmre, In. in !!!!!!!" Kennedv, Hep . .......... W llllanis. Sue " l' l.'iillencl., Dem Ilioiiuis Hep Miller. Sue. . " :'l lliilkloy. Dem " "asiilv. Hep I luiKliav, Sue fU2 U.44I 4,730 political success chti.tK- t.. lnl. 1. . HI me railroad and interest, f l,u stat-. , .ociiems wlio i.r.weni.-l a'- industrial as Mr Senator I.u .. ,, .. . ,-,-eu,wi .-senator I.i Kd ettos name n, ,iu, n0n,!i,. f hi ifV JM"nt "-Publica, national convention or Lstlmnted. The total vote or the Krialu, 1.. ,. r ly "f nni'imr..!its rrom the continent I venr lain al.n- 1, nl f .,' , i- - s, i.,.. 1 uver uie tjrolie ' Priwiilnntlfil w.- nf inu . , S.11 i.i!,.t Labor party was the out- "f "i" energies or these loreign ' 'ii (Piens Hut this party did not ".ike nnv perceptible headway Con - .intly vear niter year, it was worse " in a ihsnial minority It attracted not ' 'lightest mention It was too insig- ' Vain for even a first thought on the i't of political managers nnd others "erestod in the two leading parties or 'ie naiion. Democratic and Hepubljcan. lie (ireenbackers scorned the Socialist ' itnir folks, the Populists looked upon '"ti with contumely, and the I'ree Sil i'es -it ifl to I gave them but n passing icht The polillciaus or those days those or the present time have ex- ine that the Socialist -Labor party H never make headway becauso or - antagonism to trade unions, 1Mb SOCIALIST PAUTV OHOANimi. 'i I'OO the Socialist-Labor candidalo 1 President. .Matched, received only ""..vi votes in tho entire country In however, there came a quick change ' "ti ljgene V. Debs became oclive and , ""iinent .Mr Debs and his rrlends, a r,r,1R tn Wpll informed sociulist 11 . horiijes, deprecated tho attitude or " Socialist-Labor party toward trade n .ti- and endeavored to bring about a conservative policy, but he was op ' '! then and has been opposed since I'n.iel Del.eon. who ill SOciflllHt eir. Presidential year or 191s An effort hns been made to ascertain the real or fancied causes Tor this increased vote. leading Hepublicans, important Democrats und socialist prominent in their party's affairs have been interviewed. Their explanations are set forth here In general terms OAUBKH OK TIIK. SOCIALIST IMU I ! t.STRKARFI) VOTE The greatly increased vote of the no cialista in California, looked upon as an insurgent State, where Theodore A. llell, temporary chairman of the Denver na tional convention of I908 and a strong Hryan man, was the Democratic candidate for (iovernor, and Hi Johnson, u Pro nounced insurgent, was the Republican candidate for Governor, indicates that the socialists who supported Wilson had no sympathy for either Hell or Johnson or the wing of the two parties they repre sented, and that workingineu previously voting either the Republican or tho Demo cratic State ticket joined in swelling the Socialist vote In other wo-ds, Bell and Johnson could insurge as much as Ihey pleased at all hours, of the duy anil night and make all sorts of attacks upon the Southern Pacific Hailroad. which was the principal issue of the light, and notwith standing thoir attitude the socialist vole of tho State was increased Tnko staid old Connecticut as the next illustration This Commonwealth has r rather Socialist -Labor circles, is, I"1''" considered a bulwark of Hepublieau ' ........( ....1:: . . ti.. . ., 1 fiuii-ruiiii iuiirirs, tii .nr. uiiriier, llie' socialist candidate for (Iovernor, in his campaign drided the tariff and thet socialists te you that .Mr Hunter'n e.xJ ! 1 1 the socialist-Labor partv is as ' planation of the tariff policy of the two I ' a poiitie.it hoss as nnv cs.nr in Pities, nepuiilican and Democratic, was iiilietin or IeinociUii party of "ttl? saying in his speeches an IOOS '11. 1 . IMsitive glee amoni? tb.. s....!..!-..... .... .hey tell you how Herger beat Sen.1 o I.a roller's chief lieutenant 111" average socialist lells rou that sentnlive Merger to be their ablest leader "n, .h.Bl 1,1 " --n.4. is hi boss and Omt in,., atten.pt l , )M a bos4 ,u, not be r,H-og..i-el s such for the reason that they do not cure to believe that anv man in their partv wants t.-. ... .1. nsMr.de I.e0 issaidtobosstl.0Scialist Ubor parly hllethese sociH In very high terms of Iepr,entative Her ger Ihey do nut refrain that probably Mr eb, is persona : better hkis and m,,,-.. r 11.. .1 , . ' by them. ",u"Km " Well inforimsl socialis's have bee,, n.sk,sl why the x,u,Uo,W tor the vo'e t a , l imn in H)S wr lUj, r,.al)fiil rhey tell y ,mt ,h0 Vnst tnajorny of their followers are workingi , who are continually, because of necessity movine from one! city to anorti.-r or'on.. t0w to anolher. and that the elation laws of in various States reriiiirini. residence for n cerlah, pPriod prai.(.;,ilv disfranchise Iheir supponers .N,.vr. Hie..-, j ,h next breath they Ssert with earnestness that their total vote in the Presidential oamn:iiL'ii f iui- .. n. certainly roicha million. '""O.ISII avu i-oxoiii.ss 1. 1 1... . . . . . .. ..us oeen stui.si by certain plnical "in. 1 no Hepublicans lost many Congressmen on Ins. ..i..,i,. .i... i.n,,u .1... 1 --.... ,,, ,,, ufuvv vnii, ,.r ,1... cialists, tho argument' heinir tl socialists drew more from tho Itopublican ..mi. .ruin mi. Democrats. lias this ussortion be I t V.stl,v.NH I-.' Lee. linn Heat. 111, l!p I'olev, Hoc It will be observed from the foregoing ta'ile that theie may be some weight to Ih" statement that Republicans were defeated for Congress by the socialist vote in two districts or Colorado, three in Illinois, rout- in Indiana, two in Mai-vland one In Michigan, four in .Mifsouri. one in .M'lirasuu. Tour in New York, seven in Ohio and one in Pennsylvania, a total or twentv-nine. Inasmuch as the next House or Renro. sentatlves is to consist or 127 Democrats. 11..1 Hepuniicans and 1 Soc in 1st. if there is any substantial basis ror the statement uiai uie socialist candidates for Coni-ie.. in the districts mentioned helped to dc-r.-at Republican candidates (or Congress, the absence 011 last election day of the sociclist candidal. -s for Conitn-ss'in tbe.e districts would have made the noit Hoimo 01 Itcpres.'litJIives IDS Democrats, 2 Republicans und 1 Socialist. TIIK XOHKI. ntlXKS. I lilted atatei .Hakes Poor Showing In Cimlrn-t ltl llthrr Cnuntrln, 1 In the ten years or the Nobel Founda tion the prires have been lestowed on J fifty-six individuals and two peace so-' cieties Theirdistrihiition Is AS fnllnwd. I (ierniuiiv, 1;,; Prance, m; Kngland, 7; Holland. Russia, Italy and Switzerland. 4 ' each. Sweden, 3: Denmark, Spain ami the United States, each; Austria. Helglum and No4-way. I each. What shall le s.iid or the Pnlted Slates, put into the same class with Spain and Denmark, and below Russia and Holland? "As Americans, of course," says the lndrprntirnt, "our first impulse Is 'to dis pute the decision or the umpire, and claim that Liirope has never been properly appreciative or our scientific and literary achievements. "But the Nobel committees r.n-eive nominations from distinguished men of nil countries, nnd they expend a sum almost e411.1l to the prices in the investiga tion or the relative merits r the candi dates In (heir awards they lme shown a catholic if somewhat rapiicinus taste BECAUSE OF THE DEATH OF Mr. Arthur Gibb THIS STORE WILL ifcE CLOSED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 16 I ' 1 s H , .... I EAT AND REMAIN II Kit K IS .4 KRKXVII SKVHI'.T OK riKHX.il. V0f 1 11. Ilrxtiilliit Wumen Made of .MaxinnaUe llressliic, IHrlsrrs Itnr Nrrctaltt Miner Plr anil Trnlt CaKe Other lleiil Kooil Poluls to Itriiirmtirr. YOUNG brtad" KPr0ad W" H " k"lf" U,KU1 ' '" brW" ' ?ime recooc(i- lhnl c"olef, ,he "I do not take fruit . for I find that . "In the potatoes there is something to acids do not agree with me in the morn- If""1 '"r 110 "0".''1 cooking which they in I do sometime, indulge in a baked ch" '.'.'. nJiFTStt lu11' apple with cre. This makes n,y whole A' ' Rua.,",o.:,'I;s,U:ire "a'a breakrast I follow it with u small cup or rule suflic.ently well cooked in one cook black coffee, which acts as a stimulant .. and dig,vstle I find that coffee with .. . BM'."'u'l women are made or tnayon cream does not agree with me. I,, :j ', '. ',' ,,;'r::l J1- '''ii"'iCh doCtor take it clear or slightly eee,ted yonng ' ' l'"KMt Women "line 1 am eating and dr'tikuig I read , l,'ie of his patients gave his recino r.irces me to ert 111 .1 1 r ""' mjyoiinnte, which is taken tit my mad This .vi,, ui ..I n . , i.,,, in,;- niiit- nie io en III . " - - '.'K;eis y manner Slow ...mug is good and mi iuieiitioii to disrevaid imtlm.nl 1 .1... '.. 'i ...' f ta f'i'.v that I . - ( ' - ' pnii.ii ill HI iril L'UIII "IN" .......1 U...-.1 I. .1. 1. 1 ... We ought t le.-t to beat the Duloh. that my son has grandchildren After Hut tin- years awards add another tola ru-hitm I am rollowing her. ror Cm .mm.u.s . ,,,e .Ne.ueriaiuis. twice a;,nildle uged. and I know thai I many as we have now. If the nries 1 1, weiu 111 propoitlon to the population we should have to have sixty-rour Nobel prizes to match the Dutch lour, und that 1- more than the total number. " The four Dutchmen are l-orem?. Zee- " This yoiilhrulness r mine j- kept up in spile or the fact that I lead what liilghl be culled a very hatd life I go to Die opera and have supper uf tern aid; am ert tiir a large breakrast ir I haea inorniii'; p. 1 t to beguile the time "At 11 I am usually out and my k,i.. duties ate such that I find myself coi'- rronted with a cup of o..Teo or tea c.bout II 1 take a small .... ..... .. 1,.. . , . .. . ...us ny 1 1 am reany 11 r nmciie .11 "My luncheon when I can take it alone, consists of r. baked potato with plenty 1st once 11 dav. Two egg yolks uro , ;ey are very stilt. Then a droii or oil is added, then two drops, thin more oil until it can be put in in 'urge .jiiantities The mayonnaise is swirtiv beaten all the time. A teaspoon .I salt is added and hair a teaspoon of me on is aimed until a. 1 .. iiuari is lie:iten in. This is tin. in.ivoiiiiui-.. without I,.,,,,,., ,,, 1. cup. inutt'iig crtviu le.iien upon ttie acid fruits of the smson ; .n. 11 iniihesn ricn luncheon in itself. gg. the oil ami the fruit give the miildleaged woman all the food she needs. It is isim.l.trlt- u . of sweet butte- Of curse o ervt.. d v . persons ,,,,, i. ,..ir..i' r .i,la,i so- Ihe PiM as the absohito master of "' inli-l-l.iiiior party Indeed, ir the of ninny prominent socialists are pte.i in thr-ir eutitetv Mr ; t client davn Ii"!.- and his adherents being un . nil tie tin. Sociahst-Labor party .1.' conscrviiliv.. mows coneern ) unions organi-isl tie. Socialist 'I. t In. rundamenlal u,.t. )jt j, 1 ''netiitiv to trade unions and ad-1 .ny iulncip.es which in ihi, Vou see, gentlemen, the tariff of the two parties, Democratic and Rcpulhicun, is somethiiig like this: When one party is in il I- two cents on salt and three cents on sugar, and when the other party is in it i's three ivntH on salt and (wo cents 011 sugar." Without going into enhnusllve i.rl.illn ad I Mr Dobs and his follow,, rM j 'I'" Mocinllats who have been consulted anout me main I cat 11 res of this article insist that their party Is against u 11 tariffs and ir in power in tho nation would do away with all tariffH on the ground that free trade would bring about the most rapid and sine e elopment of the Indus Dial interests of the country, nnd besides the socialists decline that the present high prices of food ami the necessaries or life 1111. the direct lesult or prices brought about by monopoli-tio control. The socialists, going further, aver that the logical battlegrounds or their party are the New Kngland States, N,.w Vork, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois, nnd ali States when, the iiidusti ml developments are gieatest. In support of their slute mcnls on this Mine, they point out that in Europe the chief socialistic strength t In tho industrial districts, and they leeoll that In r.ermany, Saxony is known as "the Red Kingdom," whiln in France "I'.-md to the industrial develop ' u.ii'iiingmen In ititm Uoi,v ' ,n tin. country for Pie-idiit 11 ion. with Delm again us I d.. of th. Socialist parly lor in- vou. jumped lo asn.o.y,, 1 I'l.ns, a tliinl time candi-IT.- dent. loreiveda total vote Ulii Kin iihiiK riii.Dir ri:i I't.-iilentinl campaign or Hint 1 I. .'im.ni Hitchcock and his ' Hie Republican national Chamim M.vK and j,i ' 'ho Domorratic national w'hih inclinivl i ,oiive ,lt I'ebs wis to . ive a total ' " Stiile'netiis to that mr' lh national head ' two parties in Vr.w Vnrb 1' V fts n the n r .. ,. ,. So prnvulnnt llMIn in ii,l!.....l circles thul it calls r..r i.,..,i,i.. I he following tllllh. shnvi-a ,1,.,. 1.. .. . , .. . tteii 1.1 , 1H (ongress district mentioned in .1,.. various Status the Democratic candidal., was elected over the Renublie.,,. ,.,,,..11 date by less than the Amr, lint ..f ..... soeiulist vote in every instance: . , , lol.onuMi II in ti Tavli.r, Deni Stevens, Hep Hentlev. Soc . Ih'l I Hnrker, Dem Hunter, Itep Mai 1111. See . t I.I.I N . . Is. 7 lliicliatian, lleiu l.tinilln, Hep I olllns, Sue r.vans. Hem liansherifen, Hep S. hlllerstiiltli. See . . , , I I owler. Deni . ' haiiimin, Hep Dlrlii'i-nu, See IVPIW . i I ullop. Dem llliillil. Hep liaiteii. Hue II Morrison, Hem Seal, Hep ..!.!!!! Wn-nn, Sue I Hauch, Deni I liointison. Hep Marlon. Sue 1:1 llainhart. Deni . . Monriumi, Itep . Kahn, See MUtll imi. .1 Konlg. Deni. ,t Main, Itep I'lelds, So.' Lewis, Dem ' Warner, Itcp Weber, Soc . , . ' ' Minnow. .1 Sweet, Deni Diehenia, Hep I'arciMfscii, Sue Mlssot in. 7 llanillll, Dem . Hull, Hep I'iu, Hoc 1.1 llensley, Deni Llvins, Hep ' D'Dain, Soc 14 HiiHsell, Deni. ' " Crow, Hep,. llalner, Hoc ir. Dauttlierty, Deni . Morgan, Hep j Herne , Sue M nr. i-m 2 l.nheck, Dem Suttnii, Hep Mchreti". Soc Jl.Hfc. .'I Malier, Oeni llohley. Hep ' lli..,7l) I "I. 722 S.I120 (".t.-iS :t7.!.rtrt :t,l 22.'.20 2i.nri 7.1MB 1.1. Ml I2,!SI 2,6.'JI 17.2.11 Ill.t.lH S2I 2:',iirt.i 21.1111 2.122 24.CII 2:i.iii l.l.'O 22.S2S 2I.2S2 1.2411 2.-,2:..1 21.1.11 I.II.Vl l...02s 14.710 I.V, Hle'lV.", I l.l.-.s li,221i I4..-.HI ..... man. 11n t Hoff and Van derWi.nl- ...II ...o ... . , miows 111,11 sweel butter I'l'.s ho se.lt in it. ! . 1111 im.puiutv. but iho voune woman who physicists. Now. what ,our physicists making wrinkle and I keep up the pace, have we, .mauh. -..gainst them' Michel-; all day It would not he at all woi.detMl son. bv deei-1011 or the Nol-l committee, I ir I were to look Mllv mr age s 111 the same class; that ltves three.! "I may add that I aui past the v.-ars One other name we could with confidence ; when a woman can exercise I can' lake bring Torwuiii as worthy to rank with the 1 short walks, but 1 cannot supplv the best in the Held. W lllard Oibbs r Vale. , courage or the ambition, the interest or He died 111 Ii:i. three years urter the the time to go upon long tramps or 10 ..obel roundation legu its work. He work in a gymnasium should have received a prbo. might have. - gj to reel mvselr growmg old a ir he lud been les modest or his friends' ,.w years aeo. 1 looked about so I put plenty of sa'i on the potato At the same time I cm teste the sweet- ', ne.-s and richness of the butter. It is more energetic. "Ofourliving physicists we will not ven ture to pick out the three who should precede these Dutchmen, ror even if we should llnd names that undeniably stand as h,gh it would merely put the United States on a par with the Netherlands, not where we aspire 10 be, in the cla-s with (iennany. Prance and I'.nuland Most or the women or my age were old. were 011 the shrir so Mr us good looks went, and some or them were out and out dowagers Hut I noticed that 11 lew weie still young "One after another I talked with those who were still young and asked them the seciel All had about the anie thing to siiy, they were most particular about is careless or her iliet'will 1 nau liot fin. nl.111. Instead i.r leing sort. Heir nnd velvet v It will ,e he,lVv like ,1 pigskin IOVe llUtl .1- fete.., ...ill t. a delightful uppeir.-e-. i.n.l I enjov invlwHI urow snotle.l en, I ti. it, ...mi big baked .otat. i.tid lump of bun.- u-1 ''lt;l;le it I could never enjov any curt-e Imiclie, 11 1 ";S,ut women are afraid of olive oil in the world, and .1 agrees with me. , 'r','.iso!, T "r"' "'" ,w,.!ho, "Dinner a much more dinicl, me,,, .'Ji.Tliil.t'lnlvV.X rr one has the family to consider and 1 Stout women should never mix articles or to diet isuluiust iuipvihe I get around , Thoy tn eat not more than one it by having my own salad I usually ' "j ,hugs at a meal without taking take a mouthful or soup, 110 more Then ! " -ibiJ.' i,. ,1 .t u . , , , - t.. di, r. which I a,, compelled ' f,luZX 'A'g t,! to taste; but all .,. while I am looking 1" took three days On the third'dav I forward t. the sa'c.d. which is made ) "w;oke after a long, sweet sleep reeling accoidmg to a I'lench spe. ialtsfs le'ioe 1 ,irK ' ''""Uke And Irom that If . am lucky enough , dine a e I hefiue'my wr'uiUes V.Ve gne0" f ,im have nothing at all eceil the salad.! K and after three days or di g upon 11 ''. It I 7'77..'.SV t lK 1 can cotini tne lew wrinUle fiat ate I 1 xiii sTitr. "Out or the seventeen other Nobel prizes i Iheir diet in physics and chemistry eight have been "Now. to me dieting hud alwavs meant 2.', 1:11 2 1, '.I'd (I'm lll.ll.'O i:.,:wi I.IIS2 2.1.HI2 22,1(1.1 2,117,1 2 1. 2.111 211,4(1 2,1"! ror discoveries in radio-activity, a rich unpromised laud recently opened to sci ence. Hut American scientists have not entered it Willi the exception or Holt wood of Yale and McCoy n Chicago, botn young men hardly ripe rr Nobel prizes, we have few workers in this field. While it is easy to say that wo have not received ourilesetlM, il is not easy tosuggest Ameri can names which should displace anv con siderable inimlicr, even rrom our point or view, or the flrty-rour foreigners." llarrrl or llalac l(lrr. from the Imlrprndrnt 'I he I'rimch Academy hu receiied from the Conite tie Loxenjoul a priceless collect'ou of letters writte'i by Halao. The story of his cci)iii.dtion of these letters is as follows One day he saw a cobbler light Ills pipe with a twisted letter The ink on the paper thereof waa faded, bill the handwriting interested the col lector He hud 1 .'cognized the great noM'li-l's script, and straightway bouuht the letter for a napoleon The cobbler then informed the Count fhut he had bought a barrel ..r Ihosu letters as waste paper, which he used (or wrappinc shoes when he was not lighting his pipe. Ami that is the hihlorv ..r the Academys' Halao l.eltvr-. ,'ohih .on .-jotil Cliliiese Superstition. 'ion lltr .iiirfoii 1 1 lulu The Chinese nie otTeihiK stiililioin lesul aiiie to the I uioi'fiiti ilnctorH who are en deaxorltiK to stump out the plnime Ti 1 1.111 1101 1 1 irs unit the doctors, we learn from la Piench soniie. nr.. it t their wit's end. lor the educated Celestials share with the common people n hellel that the hygienic measures r.ud Minimi tientmeni advo iiiieit tij- 1 uiopeaii siireon aie deslmied lo kill unit urn cine the people One of I lie legends which has a pnnerfill influence over the nennle s. Hint the Horn. IMI.1 Peans want the bodies, more esperlall) ivinv 1 the eje.s, lor the pieparatlon of different I medicines More horrible stories still are '"' .circulated, ami II Is sxid the native in ess Is mil. Ii to hUinn ror not eiidrnvorinK to ! i.u ".'"f.1"' the tieople up to ait underslftnding i.'.i i. il Kiiiopean medical and aurglcal treat 14,5,0 la's nl going without the things I liked; it also meant a sort of slow starvation I hae dieted in my time, and after euch spell of vigorous dieting I have always had a bteakdowu Ln.il experiment left me older than before, and each one carved a new wt inkle In mr face "Vet heio were young looking and beautiful women telling me that ihey preserved their beauty by dieting, it was puzzling. I went to the youngest lool.iuj; middle ag-d woman I kueft and begged hep to tell me her secret. She did pot waul to divulge it at first for she said she hid paid ror it and had gone all the way to Trance to gei it. She therefore fell that she was entitled '.. it. Hut bv dint of bribery and begging I got it riotil her. I have since learned that the secret Iff 1 in my race "The salad begins wi.h a sour apple, peel. si and minced inio a bowl, On mp or 1 his is put the pulp or ail orange ehiped lo bits; over Ibis are strewn the halves or white grapes. Then coims ihe.ltes-ing, which is nothing but line olive oil. put on throe lalil,i.s),itirii'sof it and irihe salad still seems dry I add auo.ber. The whole is now Ket away to lipen ror ft few miniiles. It is eaten with a teaspoon, not a rork. anil it makes a roll meal. Try it if von are sec p.icul. "Now. 1'ni not suvmg that the con veiitioiiiil diet is not h good one. but I am giving this diet as lhe famous Prench bemity diet; and I know it Is tho food iilMin which many or lhe fatunus Trench teuutio live. These Itvlies keen their voinli long uDer their own children have grown old, ami they manage to keep iheir iu .,w.u,i I., lu.rlv nil ,1... SpiTllS, llglirO UIH1 XOIIH.er IIIHIIl It, remain young I " "renoh socialist who discovered The diet is not a Md diet; yi. can'l ,h,H was,1h" foo1 f"1-'l'0114 '1 lie a raddlst and succeed, they tell w 'ffi yn"'K i " T'T1 fo.r 11 l,m? . ... .1 , ' " tie He opened a private retreat and oumi.sttukea rational amount of food there received as boarders women who ami it intlsl iilsu be rational rood wanted to regain lhe apHarauce or youth, "The woman rrom whom I got the secret Af,,,r f,w days Iheir races smoothed out advised mo to adopt the Continental ,,u,y ,,wtt",B liult'" yuniwr looking habit or taking a cup or coffee linuiedi-1 "oHi'ls the secret of pood look, ately upoiiHwakeiung. or if you are a tea 1 Rood digestion nnd good spiilts. Ladies di inker you can tako tea The tea timet wl' ,,ttl,'t mlt anything else without iiu very weak; ir you take coffee it must P1"'" Tinkles may experiment with it, be sMIl weaker, but Uie run must I... i '"." "'."i m,",t 0I,, ol" "eavy ilishes ....I, n T. nrJir!! upmust .-, big while doing so. Hrown brcail spreiul wit h an. the toaor corfeo very hot ' 'cream goes famously with it, but If It I will say here that this dip k r..nis too heavv 1hen nlain soda crnckeru the busy woman. It Is not rorth, ,m)Hn I may besubstitiited who upends hr mornings in b 1 and i """" V11.'?1' , w"11, Jb-cteil and well whose days are passed in the hor.e "7,' is for the wo,a nf many engagements, in eating it is to .'hew it thoroughly, the ono whose duties urn so numerous, "Mince pie is a beauty rood, ft a meat and varied that she does not see how she, i li'WB'f oookod. its rruits nro tho w.ll eve,-get through the day "U. ffiJ'V." j' .IU " no irea ,rast shoo . ,.. i.... r,: . v.. . ... . ..r- .. hiik-ii an nour niter the cup of coffee In tnv own case 1 hove my breakfast at s, my cup of coffee having heen sipped at 7 I take the Queen Alexandra breakfast I have three very thin slices of brown blrad cut ro delicately that, th.u . li.i npa.ro, iin ineMI I butter but heavy cream in a cold place will b to the better 11 di tresis more eiualv The trench beauty dietitian declares that there is nothiiiK more difficult for the woman of middle nge to digest than roast beef or a lamb chop. He allows his patients to eal meal, hut it Is always as a twice cooked food ' i "Toast is n iwlcn rnnL'iw4 tA n-l. .... j - l, . . '---. ii.wi.. , i.r, prearl not I u ' ... u " lnfH,si- Nrarly Thia If kept lThftrHnesmtSe' XTJVE ! "lnmfB" talck that it and the minced fooda ure mostly made of ' Mine Height i us Prmperlt) In North Carolina It struck a smiB. '(iii the l.nuitrillr Cetinrr-.oirna In Swain .ountv. North Carolina, an en terprising woodnian succeeded In huildinir up a profitable business In shipping rattle snakes to lhe ;,ist That section of NorUi Carolina, it appear, pinduces a superior bleed of latllesnake and New Vork scien tists and naturalists have been payine willingly J.I uple.e Mr good specimen's or nittl. r Manuel Weeks, the wideawake individual who has been supplying the scientific world with live and huskv snakes, owns a large body or land in the North Carolina moun tains 'lhe most or the land is too poor nnd too rugged to rnlse a Hiss on. but It abound In rattlesnakes. A v VnrL- on a vacation, lookingaround for ppecimens or tlora and Mtina and other thing or In terest to nnture lovers, saw some or thn snakes nnd wanted a few Tor his collection Weeks agieed to . atcli them nnd ship then! and did so Snbseiiui-nily the mine or the North Carolina snakes spread over New Vork mid other naturalists wanted speci men Weeks was furnishing them right along, boxing them up and sending thrm by express rrom Hryson City. The business wns going merrily and is muneralively until one day a careless messenger dropped a box or snakes and smashed It on the floor of tha express oar The express messenger left the car in haste and the wholo train crew was sum moned ror n gonernl snake killing It wn an exciting time and It delayed trafflo nd threw a mi in tier or passengers into a condi tion approaching tirrvnns prostration, Weeks not only railed to tealie on that particular consignment, but the express company sent a hurry up order lo lhe agent at llrvsnn City lo accept no mot.i snakes tor shipment 'lhe next time that Week.t appealed with a box of snakes the agent gave him lhe ley stare and suggested Hint rattleis were verv much persona unn grata and theie didn't seem to he any indlcnilnn of, the company warming up to Wcck'g peculiar industry Weeks hns sued the company ror $.1 Ooo damages, prohahli on the gtound that It is acting in lesirmnt or trade, in Xortr Carolina snakes ate a drug on the market II looks had for Hie snnke rnrm unless wy nnd mr-itis for shipment or its product may he found Nevertheless the pxprrsa .nri lhe Irnvnlllnff ntihtie mm, K. . are mostly made of ' to have some rishts in the matler. .