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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1912.
4 SCENES AT GOV. WILSON'S HOiME COMING STERN BROTHERS For a limited period orders will be accepted for Afternoon and Evening Gowns, Also Tailor-made Suits At the following Specially Reduced Prices: View oj the Mlin Strtr oj 5fca.xi.-fcOT Jrom the Kvllway Station. 21miivaf tha A-rcH of Wit 1 came. WILSON 15 READY 10 T ruined from First Page, r,ri In (. , I ti ii in "tnmllni: I remember the great m i.irr.im-'iit with which t submitted ,, !)( . ii I'v.-uiiIimtloM .which preceded n'ni'.i" at tln'M portsW, I have not. hir"f. re .tln.n l-ecu welcomed to this h.' wiili open arnix. I rn ieinber Hint I have played many n f ii in tin Mini of the little hoime opposite. I roiifin'M"-tlow ith tlmt 1 have picked there, c proem presence I will not my with ..n iii flrt unit last, I have had . iv . .. unions with Staunton, all, how fin . i Imvwh nntl, compared with the iri'iiinolnneeK, n trivial r-harsrter. li nuht. of necenity look fori ird, I was struck the other day bv a it'- i 'Mind was. 1 1 1 to mi' by a nen Paper rfpreent.ltive He said, "I suppose, iiovrr" ir ChritmH. (meanitiK the rhri-f'i n if this M-oelil will be the happiest ('hrl.tni i of v iur life." I -ill Mv voutii friend, evidently you have tievsr been elected President of the I niteil mu'm Pun you see how n man 'an have a llcht heart tonkins forward to tin- ropnn-lhilitie of thill irrcat office, partirillirlv at thin time?" lleani my friends, we are clearly tnterlni. upon a new nee. I do not mean mr v "we" of the 1'nlted State; I mean tha' tf" world is farintr the future with a n- 'I'ude and h new outlook upon th nppir'iun'li'R of life It lx singular how the drum ..t the w orld i cast, n If each cent iry ne'e an a i in the drama, and in theieparly i ii.' i he twentieth century we arc i ii-niminir the nttitHrt which we ii'il in th" beginning of the nineteenth i" i "Drunk. With I'roM'erl t J ." nineteenth wntnrv 'tlth all lt iwo- of the getting lip of a free govern y sssi Ml 0 Dr. Fr.3-r WalcoTtai-nf P-rc-iAent Wilson o n-a oid. Home, "uw'.wsr them by suggestion, la that they are not going to be allowed to make any money except for n quid pro quo, that ttniy must render u service or vet nuthlng, and that In the reKiilatlnn of business the Onwni ment, that in to say, the moral Judgment of the majority, must determine whether what they are doing la a service or Ik not a service and that everything in business and politic la going to be reduced to this stand iird' "Are you giving anything to society when you want tb take something out of society'" A large part, too larce a part, of the fortune making ff recent decades lias con sisted in getting something for not hill lt I do not Include brains in tl.n category of "nothing " I believe n man Is entitled to earnings for the suggestions ol ins brains, beyond them saw with hi. mind's eye the spreading acres of the I'tiited States, and there thought what it was that mankind should derive tiom the thinking done at Monticello, trleil to dtvesf Ills mind of the prejudices of nice and locality, und speak for those permanent Issues of human liberty which are the only things that render hutiun lives upon this globe itself immortal Itaies are immortal In proportion as thov think the thoughts of humanity and until humanity (eases to elt the world will be debtor to Vlrgml.i for the thought con leHed at Monticello, and so that Is one of the thrones of Virginia where was eel up one of I lie kings of mankind, klnga who wim their own elevation to th throne by thinking for their lellow men in terms of e rr.r' In v mrts hv lu.i I but be is not entitled to aitvthlii when In? ' In im.it.ll. Mil. I f.f llf.snlfl dlillt.M creates for his brains a sort of airtight! i lie... ale the ttungs wlilch I shoulil pre mi ricrlcii looked forward 1o n ace cr"""' ,"r."u "r"ln'' " '" I llioe ale the things which I shoulil pre. li .,, ,'liv the rkHnrrlSlI'"01'111111 w'lc,1 ,""U"' " '"'I""-"11" 'or fer to haw as.o, iatedwlththls.hu 1 prav . -h huinanltv, tin rank arm nil or aIiylm,y o SBK, anything in that 1 yon Ilium not ol me. for I am an Imperfect should bescrved.andhones lyi.ened. nHd A , ,1(,,prm). ,,,. , ,,, hv lustrnnieiii in trilng once n.oro to do what 'istluitlnn of government But we up this happy experiment In n r r si abundantly furnlsheii witn i i so evtrnordlnarlly provided with om r iry for all sorta and conditions of m. i i1 .' suddenly we got drunk with the n. - of prosperity, and for h little '..rgot that our mission was not to ' i ..Teat wealth, but to serve mankind 1 bui'v and Justice. But through this - - i-mury. during which it ha seemed .no in lime as If we were forgetting V .ierlia was set tip to do, the world hi lv come about to the point of view fine men who set the Government e ' 1 ii' ted S' uies up had In the beginning. v .re now aware that we aro not coins served by insl Millions, that mere - ii ' 1'ivpii ronsilimions uo ni. in- v . e Mi., body of liberty; that the body of is- mi bo had only by the use of In - ii s serve the permanent necda of ' ' ' ' -I file of Ult'll n , v ,. are learning again that the ' 'i niirti i v H i he business of man , ii' iiie iiii-incss of mankind must i .nr. bv Ihe government which i -v. up. hi order that justice may b- I' . . t mercv not forgotten. ' 1 'vorld. I say is turning now as r i ef.irn to I his conception of the ele ' " hiiinanily. of men and women, n i.r the prelrrreil few, not of those an in superior wits or unusual oppor " ' . s u.ggle to thn top no matter whom t" i i. an pie under foot, but thn rights of "I" 'im .iinuot struggle to the lop and ' 1 .si therefore: be Inoked to by the . i sn. ii.iv. for they have no aingle i'ti mi,, .'Ii they can serve themaelvea. ' . iniisi lie a hiad In government. 'i i 'iri be a heart In the policies of e ' ei.i ViiiI men must look to it " ,i . ..ii o others, as they would have i le ,ti'., Ihein 'I his used to be and I - ci ..si, the theme for Ihe discourse h'i i .,'i ministers, but it haa now come ' ' " inn nf ihn buiinden dutlea of mln- 1 - Mie sotemnlly that rotnea upon a n in. knnivs that hnla about to be ' '-I M'h Ihe responsibilities of a treat whn.li wil centra part, of tno ex in. h America shall not fo the world Ps i ... you supposo that gives, a man a vim . heart at ChrlHtrots? 1 .hI i.ii'k out mmii gentlomen not corflnul to one Htate, gentlemen likely to he iioi luted with the government of the 1 ni'ed Swies, who have not yet had dawn upon their intelligence what it is that government set uu to do. iheae man will have to b mastered in order that they shall he inade the instruments of Justice and of uirrc y Vol a lloarnater Affair, Huh m not a rosowater affair. This Is n 'iftlee In which n man must put on his Kr paint l ortunately I am not of such a tiMcii us to mind murrlng It and I do not (are whether th war paint Is bsoomlng or mi it Hood not te wom with truculenoe. mini can keep his manners and still "' indeed I have found that be noma tmu's f)lmays his opponents by keeping hn manners nd fighting because they TTarently do not know how to fight with affability Hut the nice thrust of the awort Witt u delivered with a smile is mora dls "uragin than the thrust that Is dellvsrsd with a acowl. And thers must b soma gcd hard lighting, not only tn tha Bsxt 'fur years, but In tha next entratlon In "rdei that wo many aohlave th thing that e nave sat out to nrliluve ha word thut atands at tha oantr of lat tiaa to bo dona I a very Intapesttn "urn inueed. It has hitherto baan sun- Ped to I a word of oharlty. word of Khlliutliropy, a word which had to do with ths operations of tha human haart raUwr n with tha operations of th hunts eiiia sau mo human Ingsnulty, I the word "ssnrica." I he one thing that the btiaiaoM mam of rilled State ara now dlsoovarin. III. or. 1 In I , II... uln. I u unl . . Ilsllllillis uiiif lllll.. nil 1 1 nil .III II 111 1 1 IVU ..... i to no ror 'he country am! for the worm 111 I11PI I1IUI llfl iiij i.-ihih iiiiai-iis inin kiis ' fl iio person to whom tho (Invertior re- i t err Advance Spring Importations of Novelty Dress Silks will be exhibited To-morrow, Monday, comprising Brocaded Crepes, Meteors and Charmeuse, Printed Fleur de Soie, Metal Broche, Printed Chiffons, Chiffon Broche Velvets, Crepe de Chine and Charmeuse. Also the following Exceptional Values; Several Thousand Yards Satin Crepe Charmeuse, dull finish, C4 0 40 Inches wide, Regularly 2.00 Yard, at 1 .38 Imported Brocaded Crepe Shanghai, 40 Inches wide, in the new spring colorings, Value 2.25 Yard, Black Satin Imperial, yarn dyed, double width, 40 inches wide, at Regular Value $2.00 Yard Imported Black Charmeuse, 42 inches wide, Value $3.25 Yard, at 1.55 1.35 2.25 Gowns, copies of the latest models, and made of the most desirable materials, Tailor-made Suits, of the newest fabrics, 75.00 upwards THIRD FLOOR from 69.50 upwards NEW BUILDING Monday, a Special Reduction Sale of Women's Button Shoes in all sizes made of the choicest selected leathers, Tan and Black Russia Calf, also Black, Tan and Gray Kid Tops with Patent Leather Foxing, in the season's newest approved shapes and of the highest grade workmanship, Formerly $7.00 to 9.00 Pair, at $5.00 For Monday, Another Very Important Offering of Women's Real Kid Gloves in white only, for evening wear Real Kid 16 Button Length Mousquetaires, ' Regularly sold at $2.85 Pair, at 1.95 Real Kid 20 Button Length Mousquetaires, Regularly sold at $3.50 Pair, at 2.65 Attention is directed to their well assorted stock of Fur and Woolen Gloves, also Wool and Fur-lined Gloves for Men, Women and Children. To-morrow, an Extraordinary Clearance Sale of Women's Trimmed Hats Former Prices from $18.50 to 30.00 Reduced to $6.00 and 8.00 TRIMMED MILLINERY DEPT. THIRD FLOOR. MAIN BUILDING Thursday, January 2d. will be held Their Annual Sale of High Class Household and Decorative Linens Greatly Below Prevailing Prices pel for tllf fUtllP that the llieil tthn serve in?rr...l :.s I. is isirtlw.i- in ll i.tlmrfnir nt will be thn niuu who profit , flu..tH in tho vitnl opposite tJio seminary Hnnuri .Vol on Wraith Hnala. i Mi .Juliet Wooits She Im.iril him I v. . , ... , , 1 , ,, . .. 1 siK'iik from an uppi'f window of tlio liuilil- Jvow sni icty hu nlwnye hiil Its ri'Venei'. I ,. ,.,i ...,,i,...i . i, ,. i,.. 'ri, .,,. Society Iihs ni'er onetite.l to rein.Miihir . ' u .!..,.' Us al)out 12 v.-am old hm with honor the men ho thollsht onlv of 1 f,.lwr ,l nmtlmr hrmiirht liim unit In. IheniHolve. Tho honor of thn world hnve ,rt.r ,0( to Stiitititon for tlio MltnimT not lieen dl-tnliuti'il upon the lui-ls or , nnd thov Mayi-d at tho eminry SIih , wealth. They have heen dilriliuiid upon 'wild hn hnd no idea then Hint her pity- First Importations are being shown of White Dress Fabrics comprising French Embroidered Crepes, Batistes, Plumetis and Pique, Plain Round Thread and Embroidered Linens, including the famous "Old Bleach," Figured and Striped Voiles, Dotted and Figured St. Gall Swisses, French Brilliants, Whipcords and Cordu roy Effects; also many new weaves in the popular Eponge Cloth. And in addition, To-morrow. Monday. 12000 Yards White Mercerized Ballymena Poplin for Women's House Dresses and Children's Frocks, at 20c Regularly Priced at 35c Yard. West Twenty-third and Also Commencing Thursday, January 2d. An Absolute Clearance Sale of Women's and Misses' Apparel including Fur Garments, Neckpieces and Muffs, Tailor-made Suits, Dresses for Street, Afternoon and Evening Wear, Coats and Wraps, House Gowns and Kimonos Details will appear in Wednesday's Papers. Twenty-second Streets the bind of moral worth. I mean of courM' the permanent honor, the honor, tint ure Rupplitil bv- the Jiiilinonl of othere nnd not by the judgment of the men them-nelve.H. A man ran make himself powerful, hut he cannot make hlmelf honored by mtv inir Ma onn intern! And onu'of the only thing that ever nnikea a State irreat U the number of men whom It ha contributed to tho nerire of tho ("ommnnwH.ilth or of the nation ho thought of the people they were eerilng before they thought about themnelves. 1 wiiUBpeeking just now of the obliteration of nertlonat linen. Do you not know that long Hgo the time came when the people. of thn North honored ttie men who had rved ill the rank of the Confederacy In the civil war, honored them bernumi they believed that they were lumg their live down for thing Hint they believed in? Siieli men never fall of honor, even from thot who were oppoed to them Of roiil-M there wn n hpoelal rennon why the Hoiith should have honored ltelf You remember tlm (iiiaint Htory of the old Confederate ilio wn trudging homo after the mirrender und who whm heard to mutter to hlumelf, "Well, I'm not eorry I went in. I believe wa right I'd do it again, becauer I loved my eountrv, but I'll be hutmed if 1 11 over lovn another coun try " H came high In the clrcummnneen and 1 think that I the reaon we. have v.ilued It eo highly In tho year that hao followed It U nn Intereatlng ulrcitnibtanie to mv mind, ladlea and gentlemen, that even In innte was to gel on t.o well In the world After hit addrot tho (iovcrnor hook liandn with xuvernl hundriil citi'en and tln ti returiii'd to the. manmi to rest up for tin- lianiiiet this cvc'iiliiK At noon ho reviewed a parmlo from n f.tand oiMiiite old Trinity Churrh. where tlm HmiMi of Hurci'i-M's mot onr.-, Iiaclt in 17HI, nnd coneideril n resolution Hint would liuvo tuiido I'litriek Henry dictator of the t'olonii.'.s. IteiidoN th detaeh nimte of regular army civalry nnd artil lery tliero wrri the i-talwart young men of "Stuutiton Military Itietitutu in thn paradi' Tlioy uro in town lieoaitm' they gut into trouble it few weeks aro mid wero denied OirUtmaH vneAtion Thn htmd of tho Stonewall llrlgndn led the iroereKioli, und wiih in turn led bv a drum major. Mo will bet displayed in nil his glory In tho moving plcturo showa within the next month. Ilofom the p,'i rutin cutnn oT thenovernor received tho inemlx.'rH of tho oRloiul re ception ooinmitteo and Just liefor that liii got hi birthday present, iniuiattires of iiiit father and mother, mounted on ivory ami set In gold f rumen, 'Ihey worn doim by Misa Kllio Ktnart of Staunton, who in n nlecn of (ien. .J. K. H. Httuirt. The (lovernnr told tho pnwntation com mittor that ho woukl ulwnyn leearrl the glftn an n token of tho petoem of lim follow tnwiigmi'ii for him iH'iaun.illy rather than lien gift innde to thn 1'iosident-clect nr tho 1'nitcd Ht'itm Ono of Ills en I Ins during thn morning was Trunk T Ware, an ngnd darky who UM'tl to wheel tin rri'hldent-elect about in u I'lTuiiiliulator. lie in now a well tu do oltlzi'ii I ho MIssi'H ( linpinnn of ntaiinton oamo 111.11.., MV.., v.. ..., . .. ... .u . ............. ... .............. ........ this age of peace a hoUHchold will hang a with n kliifn and fork that worn thn aifle eword or n musket up iibovn tho iniintel pier that would never think of hanging a pade or a yardstick. And that Is because, we know that thn man lio handled that aword or handled that iinmltet did not handle it for himself. He stood for a State or a nation, he wa fighting for a cause, and hi la is measured by the cause, not by himself. Therefore those of u who love peaoe honor the emblem of the sword, for ll Is the emblem of nervice, that great word which la going to redeem mankind. We believe that we are finding out morn nnd more ways by which nervice can be rendered without the spilling of blood; but whether with or without the spilling of blood it Is service that dignifies, and service only. Therefore I am happy only In this solemn thought In tha present circumstances that I am permitted to serve a little more than some other men have yet been permitted to do. And I am glad that you Virginians re glad to see a Virginian lont to the ser vice or th United Btates. For It must bo remembered, and perhaps we may be forgiven th pride of remembering, that Virginia has lent an unusual number of men to th service of the United Htates, and that many a dispassionate thing, many an unselfish thing has Tjesn conceived In this great Commonwealth for the benefit not ao much of Virginia as for the benefit of th United Htate and of mankind. A treat many paopl praise what Mr. JsrIrson said without knowing azaotlr what It was that ha did ear. But what thy ara llr "pratalwr U tb. .plrlt which thy know prmtd everything that Mr. Jsrooald. that little house, for It Is little houee, with aU Ita dig pity , which cap the kill t Monticello and Und at the .' , ir of the hill and look down upon Che peautlful ralUy. jw thy coign now say to me that In view of things that 1 have said elnco I was nominated, which are exaetly the aine things that I said before I was nominated, they are no lunger afraid of me. Ily which I ilrmv thin simple conclusion, that they did not lead the things that I said before I whs nominated, nnd that after I was nomi nated. It became worth their while really to find out what I did actually ia. I hnve been uttering, m far .s 1 know. niithlna: hut the original doctrines or liberty as understood In America, and those doctrines have nowhere hren better understood or better Illustrated than In till ancient commonwealth of Virginia. GET TWO IN CLEVELAND CRIME. SUNDAY SCHOOL QUARANTINED. nf Mexander Hamilton to President .lutiios Miidison. They aslind tho Hover- nr.r li. iikn tl.i.tii rtnriiif Ills stnv her... Tho celebration of thn Hovernor'n birthday ended this evening with a tiun tnii'l. in ilui Staunton Military Academy to which :iou Riii'Hts wero invited. The rro-idi'iit elect will leiivo lor rrmccton in tho niiiinnu Tiil.es n I'lllll- lit riuotl. In u speech ut tlm bumiuet this eve nine lov Wilson let fall n bint that ho mibscrlbes tu thn Idea that th sooner tho United States gets rid of the Philippines the better. In beginning a story ho said: "In tho duya when wo had a frontier the Philippines nre our frontier now, Wo don't know what In coins; on nut there, nnd presently I hope to deprive ourselves of that frontier." This senti ment wa greeted With cheers. "I haven't got my gun out for nny body," said tho Governor later in speaking of the Inevitable readjust ment of Institutions to meet the need of tho time. "Of course some one may Ret In the way. The gun Is poised and the trajectory Is determined, and If some one gotx In (ho patli of the bul let that must be hi fault" Later on In the evcnltiK tho Governor paid hi compliments to Iteprenentative Flood of Virginia, who assailed Hryan for hi attack on Thomas P. Ryan at the Baltimore convention. lie said: There were certain gentlemen, I dare say ono of them Is present to-night, who have frankly told me that there was a tlm when they were afraid of me, be eausa they thought I had some screw loose, or that I was rather wild. For example, Virginia herself, In the eon- Spread of Scarlet Fever In Writ- barr Causes Action, The Westbttry public nehnol and the Sunday nrhonls of tho KplKcopal nnd Methodist churches there hnvo been closed for a period of two weeks by Ir. Joseph 11. llognrt, health officer ol North Hempstead, because of ten cime. of sciirlet fever. Two of tho children who are 111 nrn daughters of tho Itov. Dr. Hlchnrd V. Pope, pantnr of the Episcopal Church. The daughter of the Itev. Dr. Ilenjnmln Miller, pastor of tho Methodist Church, Li also ill with thn disease and for thin reason the Hunday schools hnvo been placed tinder quarnntlne. While the prospect of two wcekn enforced vnratlnn brings joy to thn public school pupil., the closing up of the Hunday school of tho Episcopal Church, which was built nevernl year. ago by Mrs. Clarence Mnfkny, isn't re garded In such a hnppy light by the hc.holurs. To-day they worn going to hnve their rhrlstmaa tree In the Hun day school hall. Instead the Sunday school teachers will go from house to house to dis tribute the candy and presents. Dr. Bogart said last night that ho has ordered the closing of thn schools for an Indefinite period until tho extent of the epidemic can be learned. He eald that he thought this would be clear In two weeks. CAT CARRIES DIPHTHERIA. e ..nTT-T from which The looked forth vsntlon, showed no great enthusiasm for of vantage from , wnion ""' ' " 'niUtm. Uut these gentlemen ut tee lenue ncio w nntkreak la Bayanr Traced to Children's Feline riarmate. That a Bayonne, N. .1., cat was re sponsible for a diphtheria epidemic In the Hergen Point port of tho city came to light yesterday when H was killed by an went from tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The four-year-old son of Chare Pren dervllle of Avenue C and Third street, Dayonne, took the cat Into hi home and shortly afterward waa taken 111. A phylclan was aummoned and (he said the child had diphtheria Three children of neighbors had been taken III with diphtheria, and In each Instance, It was recalled, the children had played with the cat. The facto were made known to the Prendorvlll family physician, and an examination revealed that the cat was Infected with diphtheria germs. 'ten Arrested Here Tnkrn Back tit tmsrr Mnritrr I'hargr. Asslst.mt County lrosccutor Oreenn and tVmnty Detective Dornn, both of Cleveland, left the Criminal Courts Hulldlng yesterday afternoon for that city with l-.mil Mnskowltz, a furmcnt worker, who hn. been Indicted there for manslaughter, lie was arrested Friday nfternoon by District Attorney's Otllco Detective Itttsso -t Eleventh street and Hroadwny. The Cleveland odlclals had requisition PR-pern with them nnd yesterday af ternoon Justice Heabury In the Supremo Court dismissed a writ of habeas cor pus brought to retain Moskowlt!! here nnd turned him over tn the Cleveland detective. It I said that Mnsknwltg wii ono of three men who waylaid Morris Helh man In Cleveland on Junn 27 and beat him so-that ho died. Orlhman wa a garment worker and It wnn said I hat labor troubles hnd something to do with the assault. Detectives Decring nnd Kemp ar rested .Siuntiei Wclser. 2 years old, n tailor, of 873 Kant Klghlh street, near his home last night and locked him tip In the I'nlnn Mnrliet elation a n fugitive from Justice. The police say that a man of that nnmo Is also wnntcd In Cleveland for n homicide. RESCUE TW0JR0M0PEN BOAT. Danish strainer Vnliner Abandoned Others of rrtr llroMnert. fprrwl Cnltt Prtfatrli to Tils Scn laixnoN, Dec. 28. A Itelglan trawler landed nt Nowlyn, a Uniting vlllnge on thn Cornwall coast not far from Pon nance. to-day two tmrvlvors of tho Dan ish steamer Volmcr who had been picked up in nn open host off the Lizard, One nf the survivors was the captain of the Volmer, which he had aban doned In a sinking condition. Ho nnd seven men had entered the first boat and nine had taken to the second boat. Six men Hiad been washed overboard and drowned from the captain's boat. There Is no news from th second boat. TAPESTRIES SOLD IN PARIS. Collection of l.ate Mr. I.awrenee, Asarrlosm. Brings 900,000. Jtpia'sf Cbl Vuvatch to Tub Bcn. Paris, Dec. 2B, There waa a sale here to-day of the remarkable Aubusson tapestries, owned by the late Mr. Law rence, an old Amsrican resident. They were sold under the hammer for $60,000. ED0UARD DETAILLE'B LEGACY. Left Ualfornis, $40,000 and Hoase to 11 Is tor leal elety. BrteUU rati 0peteA le Tss Br. Pasts, Dc . It to Uarned that th late Edouard Detail!, th painter of battle scenes, left Ms collection of uni forms with 140,000 and also his house to the French Historical Boclety. JUSTICE GOFF SAYS LOVE IS LARGELY A MATTER OF NERVE i i Tht'ii Ho Sonlonct's Att't'tl Suitor I Whoso Coolotl Ardor l,ol J to it Wow. i Mn Iks. nature in I'rait. Schnellcr, who Is over "n, was culled' for trial beforo Justice Coff c.s terday. It was nlleged that lie struct a woman whom ho had met tlirough a matrimonial mlvcrlistciiicnt and li.nl ceased tu love when ho had heard that she hnd neglected to tell liltti about hnlf ii dozen or so children by a pre vious marriage. 'Your Honor," K.iid Aaron M selected as n Juryman, "my so sympathetic that doubt if I cntiht And n verdict ngnlnxl nu old man, despite tho evidence." Justice (inff suggested tn .MiiiU.h that If ii Imrglnr rntrred Ills liomc nnd threw his wife Into hysterica In mlKht lint look t It in thn Nitne way. .Marks explained that lie thought that Mould bo different anil went on tu ray that ho hud been suffering from nciMiiis nesn for womo time. The licst thing for lilm, JuMico (toff retorted, wan to mtvo on tho juo, for there lip would see homethltiK nf real life. It would help quiet his nervcM, And Mr. Mark.s mtvci! iih one of tho twolvo that brotigbt in a verdict against tho old man with a recom mendation for mercy, which recom mendation was reenfoiced by Sam J'cld man, attorney for tho prisoner. "Let the white winged dove of peace nnd mercy plead for my client," be said "Here Ih man who has never before been convicted of n crime. He was tempted by tho great tempter, love," "Mr. Keldmun," said Justice clop", "you talk considerably about love. Do you think that love could be Indicted nnd brought beforo me?" "I.ovo has tho quality of tenderness from Its mother nnd sternness from Its father," the philosopher-attorney re plied. "I do not see bow It could bo Indicted and brought before, you." "I thought that lovn was largely nerve," said the SustUv, "The book I read Informs me that love veis born of the (loddesn nf Pov erty," said the lawyer. "This man might havo died without learning the philosophy of llfo," con cluded Justice Ooff, "I sentonce htm to a month In tho penitentiary." STUDENTS' CONGRESS PLANNED. 111.. llreiil.. u JlnMir (.Mjnor Help Oi'uiiiiUMlnii, .Miss I'.iullne i ih ostein, u hnv student the .i y,k Pulveislij. lilK a,kr(1 .Mumii (honor to itsHlut In th,. organisa tion of the N,.w Yoil I'nlM'iHltv Con Kies. which will he modelled after tne Miii'ieiui' legisiativo tKiity of the United Slates. tAci.pt that at Icavt (Ip of Its ineiiili. rs will l. iuuig women students. 1 Hni let Attorney Whitman will alo be asketl to lll.l. Its purpose Is to tench the stuilenL fioiu iiiitiuil practice Hie iii..iiiiIh nnd loiilltin of tin. HoiiMn ,i,i ii,,. pate. The society will hiil, I ftcniH.nt meetings mm pas laws it was explained dial tho or KaiiUallon litis nltoaily ninety members noil the students plan to tnal.e It the sttoinrest society or its suit In eollclalu ell eh ! Th" list of ofilci rs liiclmlc A I.. I..ivln. speaket ; M A. Ktacmer, tleik, .M. II. Coinell, assistant clcik: Miss ilrctisteln IniiHiiiei. s. .M Hollander. seiKeant at aruip. The cnBorrs. 1'iipsi niters b th" White fitnr liner MiiJ'stlc. fin- I'lytnouth, Chetbourir and Sunt tin inpton . It Hiirnlini MntTal tnulhiiry Mr sail Mm. Vt II Wnlker lelill tt. Anilrri Mrl. A I' Afn.t W II Murine Mil .1. P lillltlt II. II. Klin. 1 1 the AUMio-Ainerlenn liner Martha iihliltiBttiii, for the Mediterranean and Adi t.ilie : Mr slid Mr.. Atmnre I.. liairciil Mr niiil Mrs. Prank A. Ilrcvif r (el. niiil Mrs I'rriterlrU A. CuitImmI (.in rrancls' (ircenc WHIN 1.. ()biirnn Mr and Mrs. V. B. I'llMiury Mr .mil Urn, Howard N, Itiiil 77 it rem David Daws t RrsUe In Wheat Icy Hilts. n.?M nwi vhn reosntlv married Miss Evelyn Burden, dauthter of Isaao Town- sand Burden, has lessea tor mo coming ysr the residence, of S. Osgood I'ell In WheaUey Hills. Iloslyn, U I. ft lies between the estates of llarry Payne Wldtnoy and U, D. Morgan. 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