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bftiird nijrssctj to THK Tif I WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDSATURDAY UXALDST
SATURDAY ST I RDY OCTOBER 20 IX IXPolicy 1t 1tPoIiy
Policy Holders Should Be on Guard GuardIn Guardhi
In the rontest now going on for control controlc
c the th gnat insurince companies the thern ther
rn r thods thod onipiovcd by their ofnc othere rs to se ser e etlir
< r tiuir continuance in power savor savornt savorot
nt v of politiful hossism at its worst worstti woriltcfl
ti tcfl an of an honost effort to vindicate then thena
theftI
a aInijtratkon Imh ration of th important trusts trustsrntM trustentflq1 I 1
< rntM ntflq1 1 to them It ts t not strange strangetSTtfore strangetL
tSTtfore tL rtfore that the policy holders com comnitt cornthrough
nitt through its ii manager should have havetCPd i ia
a tCPd Ccd tout rrlmlnal proceedings b bb oa oabiUght 1
biUght b ught u against aiost representatives r of an in ins1 Ins
s1 s nrv i vompaiiy for violation of the new newC ne neI
I < C law the th provisions of which whichiiitvn whicbvinttptatc
vinttptatc iiitvn pate frco fre and untrammeled con contr contrtji
tr trtji > l ef the mutual companies by the thepolity t tpn
polity pn y holders holdersflic tnIdersrht
flic administration tickets bear names I i
01 trnstfxs who td their positions during duringtt duriu duriut
tt t old oh regime of f extravagance and mis misn
n uKtpemrnt who were largely responsi responsilv
lv 1 tor ihr shocking conditions divulged divulgedl I Ib I
l b m inwran urance Investigation and who whofoi1 whofi
foi1 fi tlwt ttw I rousan should be retired from fromoHt I Iie i
oHt ie e sind t5d replaced with men rnt n who will willnduct I I4lUct I
< nduct 4lUct the business of the companies companiesj I Itli i
j tli tli ut > regard for the ItftcfttSts m b of poll poliV pollioldr
< V ioldrs ioldrsvent ioldrpevent
pevent > < vent this every very effort is being put pulby
1 < ih by the fresint ocers onVers to keep keeptlMisHvs keeiin
tlMisHvs in omtrol fltiO1 They are accused accusedioiiivntly accusedt1iUflt1Y
ioiiivntly with reason of conipeBtais conipeBtaisit
I It it i nts to solicit votes vOt for the thead theadn ad adn
n iiii tritii > n ticket of o empl ernplytng yinc afjents afjentsI I IJd
I < aid out of f the companys funds to dee deetjonx aloeItr
tjonx Itr r for that ticket krt and of dismissing dismissingiits r ra
a < iits nt who refosed retusedtd to work for the ad administration adflmitration ¬
ministration President Peabody of the thelutuil i
31 > lutuil ituiI Life Insurance Company of New NewVirk Ne r rYbfk
Virk denies these accusations but ad adit adn
n it t that he Is carrying on a campaign campaignfi mpa I Ifi
fi r reelection and ssndhtg out adndnis adndnistiuion admintsI
tiuion I I t I tfcfcete Ucke at his own expense The Theptpaiej
Ther
ptpaiej I crinUasd v proceedings prceedia fat New NewYr NapY r
Yr Y rtit f instituted will reveal the truth truthaioot I Ia
aioot a this tl a matter at least so fatS ar M the theoirers thetiers
oirers tiers of the New York Xif tife Insoranee InsoraneeCiapany IiiswaaceInlny
Ciapany Inlny are concerned concernedAn
An n interesting side tight on fnstmnce fnstmncePfinpany Muranee MuraneeciIpny
Pfinpany methods is afforded by the dec decII decltitio
II ltitio uion of Judge Creorge Gray to allow allowtl F FtI
tl ue e of his name as a candidate for forti foi r rIi
ti utee on n the administration ticket of the theXuitzigt tb i it
Xuitzigt t u ttfe In a letter to o Delaware Delawaret
Is iry brs be sms was us I Ithot i
thot his etiust alid that he baa at atIi
t Ii < ipted to have U removed Cross fi the thet i iIi i
t Ii t but tkat the Mtmtal M Life adnhv adnhvkiiation adadnudon
kiiation udon has reed aU his efforts t thv ft fth
hv h r it taken off o Evfdeatiy the intentl inten
tl i > of the adnunistradon was to make makeu mai maiu
u of Judge Grays honorable name and andknown sa I Ikifl
known probity of character to help out a aquestionable I ItVh1tlsnabIe
questionable campaign malgn Several other otherntirse r rnI
ntirse nI Te3 of like honorable character appear appearHt aeai r rEat
Eat Ht ts the Olutual utusl Web adonntetration adonntetrationN C CI
I I let but none of them with the con conSt
N nt of the men wima wbs the Mutual oet officers officerstli p ptIiu
tli tIiu tist seek to exploit in theh own selftsh selftshIoBcy aelisih1ttg
h1ttg h1ttgI
IoBcy I olicy holders wflt do well to be on their theirSiiird tbeI r rg
Siiird g itrd against the unworUry wthodi thods thodsn I In
n w vbelng being employed by O tb e people m 1 con conti contirif
ti tirif < r f Ute inemrance coavaates cnasale to I keep keeptlhSssetres keeihit
tlhSssetres hit I In power Tn The psitey y holders holdersai boldoe I Iflr
flr ai aatltld ntKl d to a free ballot llot and a falr falrctimt r rc
ctimt c iRt and tky should see arcthat that they get getbuds gei L LIsith
buds
School SsolIrd Utmn n < l COmlov COr us Caw Cawhe caseFbe
Fbe he word r4 ef criticism which The fteal ftealthe I IpI
pI sled on the board of educatioc in inccriaeicClon Lx Lxen i
ccriaeicClon en eedon wHh the dfsnHssal of Prtn Prtniml PrhtI4I
iml Cardosa CdQ appears U hare been beenbitsed I Ibe
bitsed be std on a oihuurprebcnsion Instead of ofCarting 0 t t4Pstth
4Pstth Carting hum the fetter of the law the thebiMrd th C Cb
biMrd b ird ubssrvna both its spirit and letter letterTitre letter letterTre
Titre is a provision in the new newstatute no V Valitute
statute Oat charges ces affecting the thela tb C Cat
< la acter at f a teacher shall be eoosM eoosMT4
< T4 4 m In executive session Thereforar Thereforaril e r
il 1 1 re was w no alternative In withdrawinc withdraw sftbawin
inc in ttaerttldsm tt Criticism Tn lii
Herald 1 leased ta tasiMte ti S SPt
siMte Pt ft5f avttio taMvery that the board of offtiicaUssi a t tCj
ftiicaUssi Cj liliisu 1 open aensiDnT and andtt ani I Iti I
tt fulLest possible publicity Starcfaara Starcfaaramethods U Uis
is methods are areof of the past I
iASC1IIY Of a lFaiaoe lFaiaoeri
n t fu FflOr meni hate sjbared h in the national nationalpnnspcrily nationalof
pnnspcrily of the pas pt decade is evident evidentfiuin evidentftu
fiuin the tl facts fet jrttftered theied by the Depart Departnint Depsrtflp
nint flp flt of I AgrieiiHuro from fi060 OO onxe onxe9fllcnt orre orres
s 9fllcnt I in lents and lately published Thest
5 51 W that the increise in th > value of off off
f mi lan4t lan e ito the last five years taking takingtl
tl c esuntry > untrv over Iws be bei j something somethingtfti
tfti 3S p6r p cent But these tbes figures are areir re reto
to iron rn itltn teBins UK th whole story A AtfciiMe A5tth1t
tfciiMe 5tth1t advance has taken place in the theoiinjnif theI
oiinjnif I nile condition of f the farirer sdnce sdncetl lnce
fI tl tIrn days of the Populist movement Not Nototh Notoi
oth oi have hr his hi lands increase in valuo valuout va1u va1ubi
bi ut iif t1l prunes of hid products have been beenhis beenh
h r his incfric inc has bevn enlarged ami amit1 anlt1
t1 t1 tnetlMxls ttlw4 of ngriculture so improved improvedi
i to h liriiiK larjier returns from a leriven gicnoay
0 oay i lay K ottbk table example ceraph of this may maybs
1 bs > found in t S Sniith uth when whcrb a series serieso
o < profitnhle ofitlti cmjis ci p bns kid led to t the abolition abolitionof hoIltjo hoIltjoot
of tie t oropli n system l by > y which the thefi1nnr thef
fi1nnr f nnr was w ± p rurpetuafly < rpetually it dehl He is isnn t tfl
nn fl W able bhi to furnish his dxvu wu capital otit otitof ottOr
of his b bEIterel ttercl income incomeTi 1ncomfl
Ti fl u re i < no rcanon to anticipate any ln lnn in inndiate
n ndiate diate ehan ehang < for th the worse hi the thelifTy thoh
lifTy h ry conlitkns conltti Mr Hofcres who com comp corntho
p < d tiie facts fnct for the Agricultural De Depntment Dcprtfl1flt
pntment remarks that farmers now nowiipy nowU
U iipy a 1 strong Strog econ eeon43nie < > nie position positionfctndid positioncird
fctndid cird d upon the tenden < y of the ti con conriipti on onMIptiI1
MIptiI1 riipti n W f snitu m imports n prfxlnets to toir tetr
ir < r a faster than popuhtn popular n doc ilOs and andjp 001ifl
< jp ifl < > n die tundxiny of the dtirrt fr T ihcat ihcatpr Ua4epr
pr ucts uei to fccrease faster than the pro prot
t 1 tinn does so that with respect to totf toi
tf i e product unsiiiiDtion Is dose 1SP upon uponTij OflOfllJ4
Tij lJ4 < heels of rrd0cT1to M rtiictio Anvrg puch puchr zuchpFtiu
pFtiu r < uu Ui t Mr ttr Molii > mentions intin piiltry piiltryfil
fil f ii butter ftttU flt it inis iiii nd ftliei ftlieiI vlo
I u ill H hi i > a i long time before the demand demandf
f li t dualities ol thes product producti
t i sib5e e ption t ii in of f vha vhav w h hu
v yv i jJakvii oy u i rydiijUvii > M t
I
Holmes points out the importance of the
present ability of the farmer owing to tohis tohis
his improved hnroved financial condition to make makehis makeiii
his l iii own choiea of the crops he shall raise raiseHe raiseHe
He is in position therefore to select the themost themoat
most remunerative and to keep out of the therut therut
rut in which many farmers are found foundIt foundIt
It is not ot to be taken for granted how however bowever ¬
ever that all fanners are making money moneyor
or that nil farm lands have advanced in inprice Inprice
price Certain factors such as bad badweather badweather
weather the ravages ravaes of insects or the theavailability thcavailability
availability of cheaper lands depress the theposition thepotItlQ
position of tb tIW farmer in particular local localities localries
ities t But In the nation at large prosper prosperity prosperty ¬
ity i ty among the farming classes is the rule rulerather rulerather
rather than the exception It is a situa situation sItuaticiti ¬
tion which every lover of his country may mayregard mayregar
regard regar as the party platforms say with withjust withjust
>
just pride prideRussias pridefluslns
Russias Cheerful Methods MethodsA
A famous American poet held up the theheathen theheathen
heathen Chinee as the one bright and andshining andshining
shining example of methods both child childlike childlike ¬
like and bland The Russians have been beenoverlooked beenoverlooked
overlooked in this respect When It Itcomes itcomes
comes to making the best of a bad bar bargain bargain ¬
gain or turning a cheerful face to the themost therncot
most distressing situation the Russians Russianscan Russianscan
can teach many valuable tricks trtcksEvery tricksEvery
Every one remembers how each and andall andall
all reverses suffered by Gen Kuropat Kuropatkin Kuropatkin
kin during the war Wa were recognized and andcheerfully nd ndcheerfully
cheerfully proclaimed a part of Rua Ruaslas Ruaa
slas a s original plans No matter howoften how bowoften
often the Russians went into battle load loaded loaded ¬
ed down with ikons and loaded up with withvodka
vodka the outcome apparently disastrous disastrousalways 418atTOUsalways
always nevertheless became in defeat defeatjust defeatJust
just what Russia wanted As to Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian enthusiasm as U emanated from fromheadquarter fronheadquarter
headquarter age could not wither it n nor norcustom r rcustom
custom stale its infinite variety varietyNow
Now Russia come comes to the front and andxhlandly andblandly L
xhlandly blandly proclaims that the war with withJapan withJapan
Japan was a great victory for the im imperial itopexlal ¬
perial government and divers and sundry sundryare
are the benefits said to have been de derived derived ¬
rived therefrom In fact ct Russia hints hintsif
if 1 f it does not actually actjzaUy cay that the war warwith waxwith
with Japan was deliberately premedi premeditated
tated and designedly carried through not notfor aolfor
for the purpose of whipping Japan but butfor hutfor
for the sole and single purpose of stimu stimulating stimulating ¬
lating Russian trade throughout Man Manchuria Manchurla ¬
churia churiaGood
Good for Russia We like a cheerful cheerfulloser I
loser We like to see a m mn n who can cardiscover I
discover the good that every ill wind windblows I Iblows
blows and we admire a nation that can canperjure carperjure
perjure itself like a gentleman We are areQuite sr srquite
Quite prepared to believe that Russia RuasI sent saulthat
that fleet of war ships to the Sea tof tofJapan iolJapan
Japan not with the intention of wound woundjug
ins the feelings of Admiral Togo Toganot not at atallbut
all allbut but to stimulate the scrapiron mar market
ket and nuke possible a greater field of ofactivity ot r ractivity
activity for the needy shipbuilding con concerns concerns ¬
cerns It is quite clear now nowRussia nowRussia
Russia is all right The calm and phflo phflo5ophlcal ph o osophleai
5ophlcal way in which the nation takes takesU take I Iit
U medicine is worthy of emulation emulationDeportation emulationDeportation
Deportation of the Negro NegroThe
The Charleston News Newsnew aM Ootider o onews
new news its advocacy sf the dOOTtst10 deportation f fthe r rthe
the negro nro front this country se a asia saJnOoa asial
l Ooa of the race puMe probleas it aaiwers a MW < m with withput I Ionadee
onadee a number of yjraetlcal eaestIom I IPUt
put to it by the New York Tines as to tohew t I Ibs
hew bs w the deportation should be carried carriedout I IOUt
out the cost of it and so on but omits omitsto I Ito
to mention the very serious eonstituUosal eonstituUosalquestions I Iqtdose
questions involved The News and andCourier ant I IOOdeT
Courier says All of the elements ft ftvolved Ia Iavalved
volved in this aettteaMnt of the race racequestion r rquestion
question have been folly considered consideredfeut cossideredut
feut ut has the oonsUtatMnaT aspect of the thematter thi r rmatter
matter been given the consideration that thatit tha t tIt
it deserves Inasmuch a as the advocates advocatesof advocatetof
of deportation evidently propose that the thenational the S Snational
national government sbouhkr the ex expf axosae
osae pf of h the question whether the thegovernment fbi fbioverniieat
government has the right to deport deportSMesf e1iort iG iGNo
SMesf No ciUxens cit1se to sac that certainly needs e p pan
an answer answerFor answerFor
For the negro b 1 a allison of the United I Iatss
States atss and endowed with aO the petal privileges petali ¬
leges i of every other citiaen The News Newsand Hew I Iand
and Courier says ys he 19 not a a freeman but butman bit t the
he Is assinedly a cItb Whether a free freeman
man in the same sense nae a as the white man manor I Ior
or not Betes Betel a cittsen of the United UnitedStates I IStates
States upon what legal ground could be bebe he I Ibe
be deported We have never made a apractice I Ipraetiee
practice of deporting oar cftistsjs dtI even evenwhen evoi I IWhen
when guilty of heinous crimes In fact factwe factWe
we are 15 always glad to get them back ro rothat n I Ithat
that they may be tried and punished By Bywhat Bt r rwhat
what sort ort of legislation not h In violation violationof vlolatloiof
of the Constitution n could the negro be bedeprived hi e edeprived
deprived of uk his citizenship Could he be bedenationalised hi e edenatioaallaed
denationalised and then as an alien sent senteat sea t tout
eat of the country But even aliens alienshave I Ithe
have the righto rightotectton of tlsetig to the pe peteetlou
tectton of fife liberty and property propertyThey prert prertThey
They cannot be deported unless they have havecom Mv Mvcorns
com corns into the country to defiance of our ourlaws on r
laws or unless In tinfe of war they give giveaid gtv gtvaid C rC
aid and comfort to the enemy enemyHow
How then does d the News and Courier Courierprapsse Coorleproone C
prapsse that the negro snail be legally r rput
put out sf the country The moral ao aocial
cial 11 economic and political reason ad adwell
ducod In fvor of deportation are > well wellwhat wel welknown 1
known what are the constitutional constitutionalgrounds i
grounds open < vrbicfc hecI deportation may be bejustified b 6
justified and what am the constitutional constitutionalmethod constitutionamatho 1
method matho by which it may sy be carried out outn outlinfiroad
n L i iItftilroad
Itftilroad Rebates Rebatesooavlctlon
The conviction of the New York Can Central ¬
tral Railroad Company on a charge of ofhaving a f
aci
having given rebates on freight shipped shippedr d
by the sugar r trust shows that while the th thpnictke e
practice Still exists those who engage m mr i n nbe
r be brought to account No one of 0 f 1the
the admitted evils of railway management
has ha been so effective m in the upbuilding of oflarge a alarge
large combinations of capital as a the grant granting grantlag ¬
lag of rebates to favored shippers Upon Uponrebates Upo n
ny
rebates and other concessions granted by byrailroads b brtilroads y y
railroads was erected the hugs bug monopoly monopolyenjoyed manooI l y
lr
enjoyed by the Standard OH Company CompanyThe tompon3The r
The sugar trust is now shown to have haveenjoyed bay eenjoyed e
enjoyed similar favors and we have no nodoubt n o 0doubt
doubt that many other trust are in the thesame th e esame
same boat boatApologists boatApologists
Apologists for the trusts and the rail railroads 1 1roads ¬
roads justify favors to large shippers on onthe a a athe
the ground that a heavy tonnage should shouldbe shout d dbe
be given a lower rate The same principle principleprevails pvtnetplprevails e
prevails in business transactions general generally 1 1ly ¬
ly and seldom meets with condemnation condemnationbut I Ihut i
but in the case of common carriers ejirriers per performing performing ¬
forming quasipublic functions the prac practice pra pratice ¬
tice of discriminating between binge alVe and andsmall nil nilsmall
small iblpjx rldera > rs produce economic results resultsdetrimental a adetriniental
detrimental to the public welfare destroy destroying ¬
destroyif
ing competition and aiding the growth of ofmonopoly c cmoriopoly f
monopoly The government has there therefore i ifore ¬
fore done right in forbidding the practice practiceand eand e
and insisting an a square deal dealA dealA
A number of railroad companies have haveof has 0 0of
of their own motion stopped the giving of ofrebates c f frcbatoa
rebates with satisfaction to themselves themselvesand themseiveand lg
and ti to > shipper That the government hns hnspower ha 8 5power
power to deal effectively with offending offendingroHtto tffendin s i iroads
roads U the c convictjon of the New York YorkCentral Yor h ItCentral
Central affords ample proof proofA
A Texas paper calls loudly for a pump
kin canning factory Yet it has be Lien n nthat = a < 1 1that
that the pumpkins were working r ov ovtinw > v r rtime
time now bting made into pun strrv strrvAccording ar arberry
berry jelly jellyAccording
According to a scientist the rrfet rrfethuman piarfr piarfrhuman
human figure ought to be equal in i high > iRiu iRiuto L Lto
to the length of ten faces In that evrnt evrntexPresident ever It ItexPresident
exPresident Palma would be about fif fifieen thiteen
teen fret tall tallIt tallIt
It 5i is said that Mr Richard Cmker will willreturn wi 11 11return
return to this country and take takethe the helm helmlor helt Ti Titor
lor Tunimany In hi his present frame of ofmind f fmind
mind it ia u liule uur tairous trous ferfcaps LQ 0 0I
I
I hint that he may be coming to tak takw any anything anyhing
thing t else not nailed down downSince downSince
Since viewing the case of Mr Murphy MurphyMr
Mr Croker has concluded that as long longas
as the light holds out to burn the
sinner may return returnPerhaps rturnPerhaps
Perhaps thatheet of yellow paper
put an end to the Welghtman trial was wasonly wasoni
only oni an afternoon wuxtry wuxtryOne
One of the Cincinnati pftpfcrs is mad madbecause ntat
because the mayor has pat only some somedozen somedozen
dozen or so relatives in office Why he heso
so hard on the mayor Possibly he ha has hasno
I no mor morI morPrealdeit
I
President Roosevelt rosy have brokon brokoothe
the law when he contributed that dollar dollarto
to the Republican campaign fond b bitt H
such a little break as that ought to tc tceasily tceasIly
easily repaired repairedMr
Mr Hearst Is now experiencing the de delights ¬
lights of attending a political meeting
delivering a carefully prepared speech speechand
and then picking up a paper the ne nest nestmorning l lmorning
morning to read a lot of things he didnt didntsay
say
The per capita circulation of the United UnitedStates
States at his iIs time Is 3306 The tt seems seemsall seemsall
all right rightAs rightAs
As soon as those Cuban Insurgents Insurgentsfound Insurgentsfound
found out that the money was still in Inthe
the treasury they theybegan began to took foolish foolishThe
The New York Tribune refers tq t Mr MrHearst MrHearst
Hearst as the Aaron Burr of Ittf A Achestnut
chestnut bur us it were wereA
I A Wyoming yoming man has declined a nomina nomination nomlantioti ¬
tion for coroner declaring that he hecouldnt hecouidnt
couldnt be a politician and a Christian Christianat
at the same time Especially for a little littleoffice 1
office like coroner coronerA
A court has decided that a man who re refuses refuses ¬
fuses to cut kindling rind build fires Is Isguilty i iguilty
guilty of cruel treatment and his wife wifemay I Imay
may have a divorce Thus is another anotherburning anotherburning
burning issue settled in the new womans womansfavor I
favor favorGor favorCoy
Coy Guild Is said to have nailed nine ninelies ninilies
lies in a speech at Boston the other othernight othernight
night Pretty good hammering that thatWilliam thatWilliam
William Bushnell who recently fell dl out outof outof
of a sevenstory window to the sidewalk sidewalkbelow sldewalllow
below without hurting himself declares declaresthat p
that he never enjoyed anything so much muchIn I
In his life The pleasure Is 1 all his hisThe hi
The New York American is offering the theAnanias tinAnanlas
Ananias cup as a prise to be contested for forby fuit r rby
by the oth othr r Gotham papers How did the theAmerican thi t tAmerican
American com to in rx the holder of It ItAt
At least Count nunt Hoot de i1i Castellane fit fitpretty Mt Mtpretty
pretty well into the vlewwithnlarm end endof en enof
of the international marriage controversy controversyIt
It is announcd that the party accom accompanying aecompanylug ¬
panying thf Pr Prcidnt = id nt to Panama will he heTerr hi hivery
very small sxnalW Evidently Mr Taft la not notWhig nd t tMessenger
Whig
Messenger bo < > Xo il l skipped out with withfSt wiltNew
fSt in New York th > other day It Is now nowup r rup
up to messenger boy No 13 to get t busy busyA
I A Hew Jersey man aftowt aho to get g asr asrset S SVl
Vl set < d > potiftth notffied the < puce t at they Wdi Wdisey wos I Inot
not be needed at the weMfa cwer cwersayisMprovhgrtght3o
sey sayisMprovhgrtght3o sayisMprovhgrtght3o4Mr is tssprovlns right atom atomMr
4Mr Mr Bryan and Senator La FbBtttB P UIa are arethe an I
Ip
the two greatest knockers ia ln tM tMnotes country countrynotes p
notes a contemporary Probably that thats now nowparty I Ipaty
party they are report reported ad t ta b tad ejfnilat I Igaing
fa going to be a pound party partyI partyA
I A man with a fierce Iosk1n looking mostache mostacheIce C Clike
like Ice Oov Masjoosj is I the bar to fete konp tho thopeace fbi a apesos
peace in Cuba all right rightThat rhtThat
That New Ne York scenic artist att1 vbo re recently recenet7 ¬
cently fell heir to a million wftl probably r
lead a canvasback existence for Usf M bal balance batosceofbisya ¬
osceofbisya osceofbisyaMr ance of bJs days daysMr
Mr Watson declares that Ms name sa Skaft Skaftno l lto
no to longer be associated with that BMgft BMgftzfae m mEWe
EWe Hereafter ereafter we pissumt me k will be beknowst bi C Cknows
knows as Toms Toms8ft Msgaais Msgaaiseo
8ft far as setting ng out of f Wsailtpsbj faac is isconcemsd I Iesacersed
concemsd Russia seems see to bs b i ao sor grsat grsatdansjer
dansjer r of arrest for exoM eacxudtng the t e Ht HtSttn I Ilimit
limit limitStill
Still if Mr Croker ever expects to taCo coose cooseout a aout
out as 5 a reformer thia th w woatda rid ssasa to be betbe he C Cthe
the accepted time timeMr tisescentre
centre seems 10 b i ii iideath
death rumors aheond of the atta a I ITmti
Tmti TmtiMr
Mr William Dean Howefis says Vet Certain Vetlair ¬
lair of our women twang and whtne wsa sad sadwbUBe sa saWbIti
wbUBe and whinny We art x4 not setbut svr svrbut
but we rather think tain Miss Laura Jea n nTJbbey I I1Jbbey
TJbbey advanced that idea irst irstChinese rst rstcurrency
Chinese currency known kasnas as MnytesT MnytesTmonay y I Imossy
mossy is believed to he the e ftm inaneof inane nwneyof
of the worlds history It srrms never neverto sveto
to have recovered fttwn the thebbit thebbitA habtt habttAn
An A Iowa man n has bssJnat Joat received Ms Mscaptains hi hieommIaiion
captains oomrelsston issued tarty for years yearsago yeat yeatage
ago but why this ertratrdtaary netfvtty netfvttyon tk1t r ron
on the part rt of the governKtm w we do nai naiknow ia ti tiknow
know knowBreaihitt knowBreatbitt
Breaihitt Oonnty Ky boasts a railron 1 1that 1that
that charges charg no fare Collecting railroad railroadfares rallroafares
fares probably is is not a very healthy occu occupation I Ipatton
patton In Breathitt County anyhow anyhowSenator anyhowSenator
Senator Foraker says that the proposl proposifInn
fInn to snd the th blacks all back to I IIs
Africa i Is the veriest nonsense To ta tasure b bsure
sure especially while wtiI 3 few untagged untaggedSouthern untaggesouthern
Southern delegates are still at large largeWhenever argt argtWhanee
i
Whenever Whanee the Xew York cnirts run runout yn ynout
out of arythins else to do they make makAbe P
Abe Huirmcl give a new lK hond hondSecretar > rd
Secretary Shaw says the Democratic Democraticparty Dcrnocratiparty
party has no principle The Secretary Secretar Secretarmistaken
is mistaken the lii Democratic party has ha i ithe
the most varied assortment assortn ent of principlf5 prlnciplcnow c j jnow
now owned by any known party on earth earthHearsts t tIlenrsti
Hearsts Political Trust TrustFrea
From the Norfolk Virjrini ViriniinPilnt ViriniinPilntThe nPUot
The Independence League is an ineor Ineyporated
porated company Tnder the charter all allthe a II IIthe
the power of making platforms and ants I IIng
ing candidates is vested m In a a board of c if ifdlrectprs
directors named by th the brilliant author IT ITof
of the scheme Here following the rules ruleslaid rule C Claid
laid down in the textbooks of the recog recognizcd reco reconhzed
nizcd authorities on close corporations corporationsaU
aU possibility of trouble with minority minoritystockholders mhtorit I Istockholders
stockholders or a meddlesome public has tnt tntbeen
been guarded against The organization organizationis a aIs
is a perfect political trust It all revolves S Saround
around the small directory and that is issubject I a asubject
subject to the dictation of Mr Hearst Hearstpolitical A Apolitical
political party as the property of the thelargest th a alargest
largest subscriber to the capital hi an in invention I Iventlon ¬
vention worthy orthy of a patent And the free frend freedom
d dom < wn from prejudice which could borrow borrowthe borroithe
the basic idea from the hated octopus is I s sas
us much to bo commended as the in ingenuity I Igenulty
genuity which gave it such original and an d dCifectivO
effective application applicationAs
As Viewed In the Far AVcst AVcstFrom VeitFain
From the Docret Xcw cw cwThe
The only two men in the country who whoreally wh 0 0really
really loom up as Presidential possibilities 3 3ore
are William J 1 Bryan and William H E F FTaft
Taft Ail the oilier lights are but firo I Iand
n > s and glow worms wormsHeld wetian1iei1
Held Bade flackrnn
rnn the UlercUnd Plain Dealer DealerThat
That big foundry over there cant nt get getahiifl ge t
ahiifl very fast fastWhy fastWhy
Why notr notrIts notTIts
Its always casting anchors anchorsA
A Bachelors Solilotiiiy SolilotiiiyL
To wed r ii net to ired iredThat wetiThat
That fa thr question questionWlicthir Qileitioniiethi
Wlicthir iiethi tis ti Utt bttr bttrri r rTo
To rrmain inplr inplrAnd jn1i jn1iAnd
And dtappotet t fe few w wOr wFor
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THE INNOCENT BYSTANDER BYSTANDERVodw
Tllli lNiTUMwAxKTUlI TREE
t Vodw U nder th the Winktnmwmnktum Tree TreeUaet Treetaa
j Uaet taa curiom things oecnr to mt mtM
M eat ouieee wV thing and queer fatdMd fatdMdAnd hed hedThe
The Myspr Ole Is than to read
A nd as I and v news
And t nd wish that Ute flk flits wore ovrrriton ovrrritonQ
Q ls there that the weeping woolly woctaa woctaaAnd 5011551ke
3A 3 1ke mnowM peedr in sobbi terms
And A nd aur y that their CUD rua of we woe are full U USHIM
SHIM 8 iunesbod OMnhody hu raaovol their wool
0 tM tMU ne we pmy tbejr tb 7 weep end ml mlVby H HTi
Vby the albbtt may keep bEe cotton tail
Ti TI there that th the farmer awl hi his jpwd od silo wtfaCot
f Cot c ot bottcnmU oft with a batter knife knifeAnd knifend
j And nd that when the thunder work aa boor boorBcaechratnoto
he aU Is the mMkweedj all fume seer
Bcaechratnoto U too often nrtfb ant nd jwoil
j j la I n fri fright it at > t the wrfcWn wnwwhe ML MLTk edPhi
Tk UKT thees that tt the joBjr tickle tletns caw cawTake
Take T akes up all 11 Uw litUe fokM es that paw pawAnd
And A nd teate i then alone till a tant in at dee staeSbom deehow
l Sbom S how that the th an hm bimj oa the h hasher wbsw tier tierO
A nd 1ftint leaves wilL a isib ant skis
S eisi cut to the spot wbee Ibis peu ss is
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Sue S ic iurknu tbfaf thIi > oconr to toAnd me
And A rid I diucat to mY ar there alter 4ejt 4ejtItet
L et the iinwsod use shixdd reMas s Mk
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Kemth etth this WtokUunwaafcUOB Tw Tm of ml te
ENTERPRISE
I aaNo No time to talk to you growls the
j man at the desk
But I IDont
Dont want to look at anything I tell tellyou
you y ou
j I merely
Wont buy a thing thingOne
One moment sir I ICant
Cant stop to listen listenI
I simply wanted to get you to boy one oneof
of o these neatly printed cards reading This h1a
is I s My Busy Day to hang over your desk
Ah thank you OU sir sirTO sirTO
TO TUB TIII PUMPKIN PIE PIEO PIEgolden
O golden point pnikm m pi pie Thou art artA artA
A youthing fr < ni ntg the autumn amp inf
Unlf L nlns s witli with itufty wicked art artYoure artYoiiri
Youre cudc < f ttiniij rudih nulkbea iuah yellow ytlkwixhrr
ixhrr fii fulIar Vrr earth com meal and a lot u uuf
uf other iluii2 >
TIIE MEEK WOMAX VOMt
There wan once a t rude course brute brutef
f 1f f a niin whn was married to a meek meekand nteekLflh1
and gentle and timid little woman and andope I
ope 0 1141 day ho tod her roughly that slit h hcouldnt
couldnt e buy rsny IIV more winter hat hate and anddresses
dresses d reeees tha he wouldnt give her an another
other cent < ent f fir < > r them themSo themSo
So yjir lrc at once tic began shopping for her hersprlnp
sprlnp ptg ouifit ouifitThin
Thin shows us ri that the world is i uncon unconsrionsly unconcicutisly
srionsly s swayed by the sofi hanu of the thegentler
gentler sex VILBfR I > XESBIT XESBITA NESI3ITi
i t Ii
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSETh
ir iutST iutSTThu
Th < eajn ya Ian awe crsss mt una s Blaj In Ins Mmdi wbcr
Ikp he l
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s ft to ate iM a aleek idieti u
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see seeas
as pe a sel a adm
dm am leek as sk he oVe J JTh an a 1 1he
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IV tk ctasev hero atne nirined p ft ftDle n nAnd
And tkat hnkt tat sansl sanslOb
Dle irad iradOhe
Ob bitter te the statesman cup and anddark I Idast
dark and gloomy boots I his pfafc pus whsje r rhe r rhe
he find theyve sized ied him ap f far or what
isstbertyit Jsav he really is istike
sJeweMd o f fThe
tike Issjr he hM esdh a wns w nt sa saStsherbaWr n
TW StsherbaWr StsherbaWrneMdsehe B her IHesdi eer eerseen
seen neMdsehe let f eeai fls flsgBBss
gBBss sf tsjejn vka ksc
efe efeNat
2 Nat t a shred All ow aisstp w wsa < srk srkIran j ItT
Iran tT elgnteen ht to twestfythree twistythreesa how par
dJyum aa thats a plenty enty Tm think thinkb thinks thinkWei1
hV b
s
Well I hare finally obtained y yfathers yfather
fathers father consent said the young you trjn trjnNow uinNow
Now win you agree to be miner mine
I guess so answered the naJd maido maidodnsbtfufly > n i
doabtfuny I wouldnt though if F Iught
tnotight ught pa was trying to get rid of OH OHWWaky mePk
Pk SPfant giix giixWbIaky
WWaky atet sack a bad fisisiil to tic ticright thi Itight I
right tense declared Usle CTosarJT CTosarJTHemlock IHemlock I
Hemlock HemlockHow Hemlockilews
ilews How that under underWhisky uneis uneisWhisky
Whisky will often sjsks ask money fer ferye fe rye r
ye the whisky that other men drink drtokToo drinkToo
Too Lively LivelyJVa
JVa isa Tcvdia fnraasnlrn fnraasnlrnHe Ccspselie
He was a solemn 5 otchman with an anequally ai 1 11equally
equally solemn and somewhat downtrod downtrodhfl J
den wife uif Tfc fart that they the were re receiving xeceiving
ceiving an excellent price for their see necond seedOd
dOd pair front from an American lodger lodgerdid r rdhl
did not blind them to t i her failings failingsItar
Dear me Mr Macleod wild the th C Clodter
lodsor one on Sunday afternoon when an er
rml took hfr to ru the tti parlor where the th e efamily
family sit I should think you and your youruif you youWJt
uif c j WoUld i < Etitled sitting Indoors thb fbi fbihot
hot day with the t hi windows shut If youd youdjust youd d driit
just riit open pet one and p git < t some fresh air Im Jr 0 0Sun
sure it wouid do Mrs Macleod good she shelooks sb e eIock
looks Iock pale paltMr
Mr Macleod looked at her with his hisui hi S SUhL1
ui UhL1 uu stern and unbending gaze KazeWe gazet
We t can 0T bic ha fresh air ony day he hesaid it e eso
said so 1 calmly a Italy Wove vt no need to hue l t tiiishing
rushing shoot tjje the hooeo h oee on the Saw SawRctllvlvnM SawhO
hO I ii
RctllvlvnM RctllvlvnMFnm RedIv1nsFritii
Fnm ilii Iiiiia IihiiLi1SIOILS > iaolis hirarFitst Star StarFirst
First Comedian ComedianWhy Why do does > a a hen henSecond heneeond
Second Comedian Coniedlanrross Oross the gangplank gangplankTo
To get to tht h hatchway tchway of course courseF courseF
F C CNo No why does u uS aS
S C CHen Hen read poetry Fond of a lay layThats JayThats
Thats easy Why WhyF W by byF
F C CNot Not yet why whyS whyS
S C CDoes Does a hen look untidy in the themorning fIt e emorning
morning The rooster hag ha the comb combHeres I IIters
Heres a good one why whyF whyF
F CNcin Heinle nein Why docs a ahen ahen
hen belong to the upper ten tenS tent tentCGo
S C CGo Go on Ill be the goat Whats Whatsthe What a athe
the answer answerF answerF
F C CBeeause Because she wont more from fromher trot n nher
her set setSoft
Soft music and cujtaln Dont applaud applaudmaybe applaud1ua3Tb0 1
maybe Hushes Hfes wont win winIii winJnlte
Iii Jnlte hc Wron wrong Church ChurchAn ChurchAn
An absentminded woman one Sunday Sundaymorning Sunda y ymorning
morning walked into church took a front frontseat frost t tscat
seat and joined in the service vigorously vigorouslyaccording r
rI
according to the Chicago Inter Ocean OceanThen OceaTThen I
Then the collection basket was passed passei to toher t 0 0her
her and putting a coin Into It she looked lookedabout maltaabout
about She cast glances In every direc direction ¬
lion her mind cleared and an expression expressionof expeo 11
of amazement overspread her face She Shegot Sb Sbgot C
got up She be hurried down the aisle She Sheovertook Sb e et
overtook the man with tbe bC collection bas basket baaItot t ¬
ket Im m tbtr wrong tig church ab he hewhispered a awhispered
whispered and taking out the coin she shejha aft e ejiad
jha jiad < J put in she hurried forth forthWhy forthWisyf
Why WhyFrom WisyfFrom
From the llontgomry Advertiser AdvertiserWhy
Why do they call them a bridal bridalcouple lridaconpIe d
couple coupleWell conpIeWell
Well he has his hi head in the halter halterthats halterthati
thats why whyA whyA
A A Pertinent education educationWill
Will ViI ion ii walk inid my r o parlrrr said the spkter spktert apult r rto
t to th U UAnd atAnd
And he sat satMay said it with a ecaxilig aert ill note noteMay
May I aak au a simple qnwtion to the spider p Jer Jertin ml 4 4lita
tin flv flvI ft ftDv
I Dv > v joa waui aait Jflc iai a la cartp irte fP < t talk dbotr dbotrCTvtUnd dboter dboterlIaud
CTvtUnd lIaud Ikiu lhakr lcakra
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PEOPLE OF NOTE NOTEToo
Too T oo Much Johnson JolutftonAlthough JohnsonAlthough
Although the Scandinavian vote of ofMinnesota
Minnesota M innesota is overwhelmingly Republican Republicantiie
tiie t ire representatives of that race kept keptthoir
thoir th eir Norce heads in the cataclysm of ofISM
ISM 1 104 and elected a descendant of one of oftheir
their blood governor in spite of the fact factthat
that f lint he wa warn a Democrat This was the theHon
Hon H on John A Johnson who is his party partys partyscandIdate a acandidate
candidate for reelection this year Now Nowup
up u p springs the SocialLabor party of the theNorth theorth
uN
North N orth Star State to still further confuse confusetha
tha U ts hardy Norseman of that Common Commonwealth ¬
wealth w etith by nominating as its candidate for forgovernor
governor g overnor another anot descendant of the race raceIn
In I n the person of the Hon John W John Johnson ¬
son s on Thus upon the official ballot they theywill
will w th have to vote next month the Swedes Swedesflnd Swedosud
flnd st ud Norwegians whose ideals of states statesmanship state ¬
manship i and good government are em embodied emodied ¬
bodied b odied in i the person and achievements achievementsof
of o f the Hon Knute Nelson in the Senate Senatewill
ow
will w ill behold with pride and mayhap mayhapamazement
amazement a the t1 names of two Von Ton Tonsons
sons 5 015 Confronted by such an embarrass embarrassment ¬
n ment m ent of racial riches not even the most mostexperienced
experienced e Minnesota statesman Is au audaefous
daefous d enough to predict the result of the thebail
fc bail 1 11 st that will be cast by the Swedes Swedesand
a and a nd Norwegians for governor The R Rpublican Rs
p publican p ap ubllcan managers of course are slyly slylysnickering slylynickerhig
snickering s In gleeful hope that the con confusion ¬
fusion f usion will lead to beneficial results for fortheir
their t party All parties up in that sec section ¬
t tion ion of toe country by the way have haveadopted
a adopted in this campaign the thrilling thrillingditty thrillingitty
ditty d itty composed and trilled by the Hon HonThomas
Thomas T Henry Carter of Montana wfccn wfccnhe
he h e piloted the late Mark Hannn so sue successfully ¬
cessfully c through the Northwest in the thefirst
f first fl rat McKinley campaign and which runs runsthus
t thus
The Irish MX ind the Dutch DutchThey
They lont < anoint to modi modiHurrah mudsHurrah
Hurrah for the 8codl ncvi ncviPoraUer
I PoraUer F May Lend LendA
A rumor has been Current in Washing Washington Washing Washingon ¬
t ton on for Home time that Hon Joseph JosephBenson
I Benson B BI enson Foraker has a matured purpose purposein
in I n mind to oppose at every turn in the theSenate
g Senate S enate this winter every form of radical radicalism ¬
ism l am that shows itself The Ohio states statesman ¬
man singlehanded and alone stood stoodagainst
against a the administrations railroad railroadprogramme
programme p at th thjoined the last session and was wasoined
joined J oined in the final voting by Alabamas Alabamasveteran I
veteran V Democrats Senators Morgan ani aniPettua anIPettus
Pettua Mr Forakers iuJcpeudent course courseon
on o n this great question did not cause un unopen I Ipen
open o pen breacii between himself and the thePresident i
President as near the close of o the session sessionh I Io
h o was an honored guest at two or three threeWhite
White House dinners that were attended attendedonly
only o nly by b tie elect But it is thought that thatIf thaif
oI
os If I f he adventures upon the policy of per persistent perlstint ¬
sistent s and uncompromising opposition 1 1 1the ihe
the t he approaching session to administration administrationprogramme
programme p which he may regard as asradical 1 1radical
radical he may arouse active antagonism antagonismat I It
at U t the White House He H has already alreadygiven alreadyiven
given g iven a hint of his intention In the speech speechdelivered speecn h
delivered d a few days ago ag at the reunion reunionI
I oa of o f the Army of th ui Cumberland In that thatj
j address a he In uttered som veiled criticisms criticismsof
ov of o f the Presidents recently expressed di divergence dlergenii ¬
vergence v od of opinion concerning certain certaindecisions I
decisions d elsIons of the F Fdra dera courts and it is ishelloved Ii I
helloved the Ohioan did this to show showwhat shouWhat P IP
what attitude he will assume m in Congress Congressthis I
this winfr In d ijjat < hate Mr Foraker in ina I p platii
a facil < as he is eourag lflaOhhS < ous and as the thel t
ase l latlr ad T of the conservative Republl Republlf
case of f th t h > Senate Sena ti it I t is generally agreed I
tisst he would kik up a row of goodly goodlyplSSMJltions
plSSMJltions shoild he pjr i e tr tlii course coursehe
he Is SRid to have determined Upon UponY uor
Y Young JiK Gordy Ge Gets There
In that county of Indiana of which the
faxi i mtropolis of Rushvll RuhvI1c Is the sent t tpower
Of power and government th li < > Democrats Democratsexultunt I Iuxiilttnt
exultunt in tfu thir r confidence of elect electtssj electat
tssj 1 at I last < > ast their candidate for count countclerk counudealt
clerk until the sapient alont attorney general generalf I
f the StM ram T > the rescue of the theBeBiihlioan i
BeBiihlioan candidate a son of the Hon
3 X 7 Cowdy owdy late tat onsul flU g gonrral npral to Parts PartsHfjfc Parisfli
Hfjfc Issue against young Gowdy Oow was w that L
lft had been frolicking in gay Bare Paiet for fortk tot toti r Lr
tk > Ions a time that he was GO longer a i I
freehold r in the county OUlttV To be a free
liolder in in Hoosierdom one On roust own hind hindin lamin J 1
in ftc simple and unless one is a free freeholder freehoidir ¬
i holder he is disqualirnd to t frv 1VC ID public t tffico
office ffico The Republican nciiinatton bad badcomr ha hacolor
color to th < si ion ion of if th fbi Innine lIiiL1M of Gowdy Gowd I
by that prinicpir of t tijtlcal iiiik5al gravity gravitywhich gravitwhich
which in Indiana is at allpowerful to Wit WitThe witThe
The office must s saik > k H < man Having Havln Havlntitus
thus been overtaken > y > th nomination I Iand 1
and seized young YUUfl < > wdy thought I htuZht all was S Swell
well for a brilliant career in the public I Iservica 2
srvice His hop hops were darkened by the theDemo tb e
Demo lcmocrtk < < rtl < campaign < ry that he was not nota no 1 ta
a trichold < re rcld r For weeks tN tide of bat battle battie ¬
tie ran hich and strong against him Of 0 0auddeis
a Midden his hope again sprang Into full ful I
strength He discovered that to the ded dedwhich deet deetWhich 1 j
which the distinguished head of bin house househad hou t thad
had takfii to a lot in the local cemetery cemeter cemetercharacterIstiC
characteristic political foresight had guid guldad
ed tin tls paternal hand ifl n writing in the thenames tb Cnames c
names of the owners of f the lot The can candidates candkates ¬
didates name was among them He sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted this evideriCf of his qualification qualificationto ri rito 1
to Attorn Attarny y Central Miller at Indian Indianapolit
apolis That official promptly and un unhesitatingly
hesitatingly decided that young Cowdy s spart Spart
part ownership of the cenetery lot oon oonstituttxl on onstituttd
stituttxl him a freeholder The opposition opp sltloi 0
has now taken to the wood woodsT1Lt
TIu riiinc Clilsiese f Minister MinisterMnrh
Much as at his XVishionton friends sym sympathize eyynpithlzt ¬
pathize with Sir Client tterntung ung LtanCheng LtanChengovtr L1anChen1uvr
ovtr the death of his mother they re rejoice rejolce ¬
joice that the Chinese Ministers imperial imperialmaster ImrrIa 1nltstcr 1
master at Pekln refused to accept his bI res resignation renignation ¬
ignation in tendering which by cable cableSir cableSin
Sir Chentung followed an immemorial immemorialcustom 1 1custom
custom of if Ms countrymen to quit all pub public publie ¬
lie service for a term rf f years as a mark markof I Irespet c
of respect for dead parents Sir Chen Chentuns Chentung
tuns LianCheng is the most respected respectedrepresentative I Ireprosentative i
representative the Chinese government t
has ha ever sent to Washington His imme immediate ¬
diate diat predecessor the pert Wu Ting Fans Fnngwas r rwas
was popular becaust of his quaint and an i 1
frequently caustic wit but he did not notgain nn t Igain
gain the same high standing in the diplo diplomatic dtpi dtpimatic ¬
matic corps r or r the tni country at larg large < > as asthat a B Sthat
that enjoyed by by Sir Chvntung The lat latter ¬
tar is > accounted one of the ablest states statesmen statesmen 1 ¬
men produced by modern China In fact
he i thoroughly modern hi Ms viewpoint viewpointand iewpoin t Iand
and conduct although b be respects whok whoksomery whohasimeb
somery the better customs
and traditions traditionsof P haof
of hi his race In religion philosophy and am i i
family relations His English is perfect perfectand perfecihis
and his acquaintance with American his hI hItory ¬
tory and iiuttitutfottt Is thorough Sir Si r
Chentnng was educated in the United UnitedStates LI LIStates
States beIng one of the first young Chi Chinese Chinese ¬
nese of high family to be sent to this thiscountry fbi C Ccountry
country by his government to be edu educated H Hcuted ¬
cated Before being sent here to succexl succexlWu stseeei 1 IWtt
Wu Ting Fang he held a responsible responsibleposition responsibiposition i >
position In the foreign office at Pekin Pekinand I Iand
and prior to that he had served his gov government government ¬
ernment in England He is as companion companionAble companionable
Able as if he were an American to tho thomanner th thmanner
manner born and while modern in every ¬
thing except drt drtss ss h he < still is intensely intensel V
Chinese in the sense that he believes first firstin firs t tcountry
in hte own country countryMY countryMY
MY VIEWS VIEWSAVT VIEWStVbtt
AVT tVbtt < > n on a the morning after afterI
I tout my pocket cnt cntMy mtMy
My mood inooda not one of feaghter feaghterOf lsnhtero
Of o that theres little doubt doulitA doubta
A a ntefelly ntetat b T note ta taI the theFew
Few coprm hi y penn pennr
I witter tt with marietta mariettaY thobrktleaYcs
Y Ycs bridge h quite a nirsr nirsrAnd nitseAnd
And when tb the cards I gather gatherAre gathertre
Are all H of the inky bodes sbsdeiiAnal bodesArrt
Anal I obsjrrp I rather ratbwTLicfc ratherTLiak
TLicfc I sill B make ke k ajpsdn ajpsdnThen sadtsThem
Then w I pUr six r ante ca1 oat oatMy outM
My M ooSBXMDti cttsr d and terse terseThat trierI
I state m firm nonsinke nonsinkeThat
That taMg is quits a aBut mm mmBnt
But nben a hen a hundred arr arrWithin aces < t
Within ni y hand I src srcAb stcUs
Ab ttwu ay n gkMKai lus lustat fc fcLit
Lit up wn wftJt rarWen xkeThe dee deerIte
The lotS < I mormon soJtly soJtlyAnd ioUlytUit
And add Yn there are wane waneAnm mvaeAmnscrtnts
Anm Amnscrtnts rinr Inn my word urd I ILa f fl
l La > o out tiituk bridge a curse J JLondon
London plcbc lobe
GREETINGS G TO TOTHE THE HERALD HERALDFirm
Firm Y sos the CoMMil JfSuKsr JfSuKsrTb tkerTb
Tb Washington HeraW8 first Sunday Sundayissue
issue is sue was a refreshing newspaper to ban bandie
die d ie and to read It was edited by Scott ScottC evLt
C Bon Bone dwf down to tho bone It had hadno hado
no n o comic s asp p and no magazine fltgne s sac c
Uon li on It was a newspaper compact and
newsy n It mark a reform which we hope hopeis
is to be continued continuedFrooMth coiit1n
FrooMth F rom the Indittftpcli SMB SMBThe
The Washington Herald has none of the
earmarks e of a new paper In fact J it iticks
looks k icks as If it tad long been a fixture in inWashington Inashington
Washington W ashington The Herald rank with the thevery
very v ery best newspapers of the East st and ande
we w e have no doubt Mr Bone will soon oon
reallxv r wr that he is at the head of a great
national n newspaper newspaperFTOB
FTOB F Erm the Desert Xcw XcwA Tewa
A new dally ha has found its way to our ourexchange ourxchange
exchange e table It l is The Washington WashingtonHerald Waahlngtollerald
Herald H erald which Is to be published every everymorning
morning m orning at Washington D C The ini
tlal t int number promises well for tb the future
of o f this journalistic enterprise It is full fuHof fullf
of o f interesting news tersely told Its edi
toHala t are strong and it starts with a a
fair f air amount or business patronage The TheHerald Theerald r
Herald H erald promts promises to be a dean newspa Utwepaer
per p er It will deal aI we are toW with the thecleanly
cleanly c affair of Iff life and there will be
no n o partisan politic in either its news ews or oreditorials orditorials
editorials e These sentiments we heartily heartilyindorse hearU1
indorse i The ret need of oar time is isreform
reform of the press The tide at f crime crimewill
will w ill never be stemmed until it is no longer longerfed
fed f ed by dally news reports We wish sue HUOc
c 55 s to every Journalistic enterprise that
will w ill give prominence to that which Whichood is isgood I
good g ood instead of the bad feature of hu human hitan
man m an life and that will work for harmony harmonyamong
among a men instead of partisan strife strifeWe strifeWe
We hope The Herald may live long and andprosper i irosper
prosper prosperFrom p
From F itan the Nstfeasl Trfbos TrfbosWashington rsse
Washington tm favored with another
daily d aily saper tper and from the first issues
it I t would seem that the city is panic u utarty
arty l favored in a bright handsome
Journal J ournal of high character It to newsy newsydean newsylean
dean c lean and abf ab The name to The Wash Washington Washngton ¬
ington l Herald and it began public publicUon publicsie
Uon t ie October 8 under the management of ofMr iii r
Mr Scott C Bone for many years man managing ¬
aging a ging editor of the Washington Post and andwho anniwho I
who made that paper one of the most mostattractive
attractive a in the country Mr E H HMerrlck I IKerrick
Merrlck is the business manager and Mr MrJT
JT 1 Harry Cunningham assistant business buzlne I
manager The I hi paper d daseevos erv e success successand V
and a nd we have no doubt that it will quickly quicklyachieve quiektjchieve r
achieve a it itMAEK
MARK TWAINS DEBUT DEBUTUfa DEBUTis
Ufa H is Kxijcrleiice 011 II Ills In First Ap ApIicariinoc Appearurice
Iicariinoc Before the Public PnlilicMark
Mark Twain did not Introduce his hisdaughter bb bbaughter S
daughter d Miss Clara Clemens to the theaudience the i
audience a that crowded the gymnasium gymnasiumat I It
at a t Nortolk Costa to hoar the young youngcontralto r
contralto c make her American debut He Heclosed Hi I
closed c the evening however with a few fewremarks fesremarks
remarks In which he recalled the agony agonyof agonyf
of f his own first rat appearance upon a public publicj a atage
j stage stageMy s
My heart goes out in sympathy to toany ft S
any a ny one who is making his first appear appearance
appearL
ance a lice before an audience audiene of human being beingsBy L
By a dire process of memory I go back bad L
forty f orty years less one month monthfor for Im lts I
older o lder than I look he said wagging his hissnowy bh bhnowy I 1
snowy s head headI
1 recall the occasion of my first ap aprarance
rarance earance SAT Francisco knew me then I
only o nly as a reporter and I was to make makemy malemy C
my bow to San Francisco as a lecturer lecturerI lecturerknew
I knew that nothing short of compulsion compulsionwould I
II
would get me to th the theater So I bound boundmyself bouni I
myself by a hardandfast contract 00 00that a athat S
that I could not escape I got to the thetheater thi thiheater
theater t fortyfive minutes before the hour hourset
set s et for the lecture lectureMy
My knee were shaking so that thatdidnt I Ididnt i
didnt knew whether I could stand up upIf upthere
If there is It an awful horrible malady in inthe It I Iho
the t ho world U is stage frtht frlghtami and seasick seasickness asanicsThey ¬
ness They are a pair I had stage stagefright
fright then for the trst and last time I
was only beaatek once too It was on a i imile I
tttUe shit 5th on which there were 260 other otherpassenger othe r rpassengers
passenger I Iwassick wafrsick I was so sick sickthat ski skithat
that there wasnt any left for those other C Cl
269 l passengers paseengers1t v vIt
It was wi dark and lonely behind the thescenes ts C Cscenes
scenes in that theater and I peeked peekedthrough ft ftthrough
through the little peek holes they nave navein hay C CIn
in theater curtains and looked into the th S Sbig
big auditorlun That was dark and andempty air g gempty
empty too By B and by it lighted up and ant Ii Iithe
the audience began to arrive arriveI arrivehad
I had got a number of friend of mine mintstalwart
stalwart men to sprinkle themselves themselvesthrough themnelvethrough
through the audience armed with big bli g gclubs
clubs Every time I said anything they the thecould <
could possibly guess I intended to be b e efunny
funny they were to pound pout those club clubon S Son
on the floor Then there was a kind kindlady kin kinlady
lady in a hex up there also a good goodfriend goo goofriend
friend of mine the wife of the governor goresaolSh
She Sh was ae to watch me intently and when whenever wheneves I ¬
ever I glanced toward her she was going goingto goin gointo
to deliver a gubernatorial laugh that thu t tI
would lead tb tln whole audience Into ap applanse au auAt I i
planse planseAt
At last I began I had the manu I Iscript
script tucked under a United States S Slag B
nag in front o oi me where I could get at a t tin
It in case of neco But I managed to toget I 0 0get 0
get started without it I walked up and anddown an J iidownI
down downI I wan young in those days un4 un4needed an 4needed 4
needed the exercise exerciseand and talked and andtalked an 1 atalkctt
talked talkedRight talkcttRight
Right fi the middle of that speech I Ihad Ihad
had placed 1 gem I had put to a mov movlag
lag pathetic part which was to get at atthe a tI t
the hearts and souls of my hearers hearersWhen heatecuWhen I
When I delivered it they did Just what I Ihoped
Iii
hoped and expected exi ctcd They sat silent and an anawed I
awed I had touched them Then I Ihappened Ilmppened
happened to glance up at the box where wher 8 Cthe
the governors wife was wasyou you know what whathappened wha 8t t fhap
happened hap
hapWoll
Well after the first agonizing five fly e aminutes
minutes my stage fright left roe never neverto nave r I Ito
to return I know kzaowlf if I was going to bs bshanged It Ithafiged
hanged I could get up and make a good goa goashowIng
showing and I intended to But I shall LI LIflOVCT
never forget my feelings before the theigony th e Cagony
agony left me m and I got up here to t o pthank
thank you for her for helping my duugh duughter daughtar
tar by your kindness to live through her herfirst he rfl55t r
first appearance And I want to thank thankyou thaniyou Ie
you for your appreciation of her staging r rwhich
which is by the way hereditary hereditaryXoiiie
Xoiiie < miv 3lcJMi Koine HoiutePrim
From the X KtIOUI OOM Vasufew VasufewIt
It is said that the name of Nome was wasthe wa S Sthe
the result of an error made by some o Eng Englist En Enllshman
list llshman man in writing a letter He evidently evidentlyintended y
intended to write the word home but butthe bit t Lthe
the makers of the maps read H Nome Nomeand Normsand
and thus the name Nome belongs to his isi isitory
tory and the great district of Alaska I ISome
Some authorities claim that the word wee d 1
Nome is a corruption of the Indian phrase phraseor phras phrasor
or word Knoma meaning something like likeI Ilk IlkI
I know It it
ProMtnice of it Klfhil KlfhilPrrm 311 il ilFtcm
Prrm th the T Taller TallerAfter tkr tkrAfter
After the railway accident THd Dt you youget yo it itget
get compensation Bill BillYes BillYes
Yes five pounds undo me and five pounds poundsthe poundthe
the missus missusWhy mrmus mrmusWhy
Why I didnt know as she be wor urt
She wasnt but I had the
presence of ofmind C I Imind f
mind to fetch er one on the cad with withnw wit witale
nw boo
OH the RIght Side SideFrom SideFyosu
From Mreadorfcr HUettw HUettwHello itlaettseHello
Hello old man Havent
seen Anything Anythingof g gol
of you since you got married How goes goesit gou a ait
it
Thank fairly w welt lL Bnt marriage to a acostly acostly
costly job If you only knew what the th e
dressmakers drc ° sinakets charge chargeSo chargeSo
So I suppose you regret it itOh itoh
Oh no I married a dressmaker dressmakerThe dressenakarTine
The Difference Differencerrom DifferenocVms
Vms toe Dettett Fret Ptt PttIn Psos PsosIn
In China the human i peim > alm ia used as a apassport apassport
passport passportHere passportHere
Here p people > pte try to set througU on their thei r
fe
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HEARD AT HOTELS HOTELSMr
Mr WJlnam J Sinek member nf a Trig Trigparing bigaving
paring p and concrete construction firm rm of ofChicago of ofhLdaso
Chicago C hLdaso wag in buoyant aeyunt spirIts wb when wheneen n nseen
seen s een by oy a Herald r > Dorter in the New NewWilkvrd NewVilksrd
Wilkvrd because h ha lsid secured an Im Important Itnortant ¬
j portant p ortant contract from the District o Co Columbia Cowubla ¬
j lumbia for the Jsiylng of a considorabl considorablamount cons1i1rabIemount
a amount of granitoid concrete pavement pavementin
in i n Washington He ie also to lay this thtasame thisame
is
same s > material on both the District and andthe aihe
t the he Virginia side side5 of the Potomac via viaduct viauct ¬
d duct uct
ductTh uctTh
Th paving question said aid Mr Slack Sinekis Slackis
is one of the utmoRt importance in alt altcities allities
c cities ities and especially i Vashirton Vashirtonwhere Vanhlrttonhere
i where w here beaoly and utility must go hand handIn and andn
j In n hand You have hay vr vet v t eaci > r < ifnt ot Mrrt Mrrthere t tere
here h ere a as it is but I triiL th the tinu s m nt ntband atand
hh
band h and when W Washlngtri sMnKV > n must p t th thvery tbery
very v ery best to be had and i nesvi rvt i a amodel aodel
j model m odel for all American towns Tin nsf nsfof oat oatf
of o f brick once common is b ° ine atun atunotted hn hndoned
doned d otted and asphalt is nf not < t now dfm deemed d up upto upo
t to o the mark because of its tendency to tosoften tooften
f soften in hot weather weatherIn
In European cities wooden block blocki hi ohs ohsnaked
i soaked f in creosote haw been quite a su suess ur urcess
c cess c ess but in n this country there is a grow RTOWI growtendency
I g tendency to employ concrete Th ex extraordinary exu
t traordinary new u town of Gary whi < h is isto iso
to t o be the home of the Inited Sfcups 4toiJ 4toiJorporations He J JCorporation
c Corporation C orporations mammoth plant will he heWorth beworth
Worth visiting because it will b th tin b best bestaved t tpared
pared p aved town in the world every strict stricthelng strteteing
helng b eing laid with granitoid By the way waytills was washis
tills t town which is hut twentysix miles milesoa rolbeuast
oa o ast Tf Chicago in Indiana and is y < t in inemBryo irswUl
emBryo wHl hav have an estimated t1mated p puhP puhPlea rela relation ¬
t lea f of 100 itian to begin business on iro iromen Ot Otmen >
men being belngeenployd employrd in tin st stuci el w rk rkHouses rkt rktHouses =
Houses to cost PaiO < jO have bcvn con contracted Ofl Oflreated ¬
tracted t for already ajreadyPeople alreadyPeople
People who ware in possession of land hondsome landome
f some ome fortunes prior to ti the th dfstrution dfstrutionof diu ration rationSan
of e San Francisco wcr were > badly hurt by that thatMow thatlow
I Mow b low tad many any of 1 th thm < > m would n w tx txglad belad >
4 glad g lad of im it income of lion lt a month monthsaid znsrithaid
said s aid Mr John S Orr rr a welltriu WelIt citi citizen dlien ¬
2 zen S en of Oakland Cal wo is stoppirt stuppi with withhis Withis
his h is wife at the Arlington ArlingtonBut ArlingnBut
But it Is not In the nadir > f f our ourCuHfornla ourcalifornia
california folks to take adversity v vgreatly vreatly < >
gI greatly g to heart and the gcrnrjl spirii spiriiI sptriof
I of lM and
hopur p determination to roov rcovr rcovrthat r rail
ail that was lost by shock and fir A Agood Aood
good g ood many people ar > c cbp stilt neaaiv ani animust
must bp given relief hut 1 1steadily the norrisi w11 w11teadily
steadily s diminish About th tin wonsi > odi odicap ndiap
j cap c ap to the rebuilding of the city a s tie tiequestion tieuestion
question q uestion of labor troubles Extrenn higii higiiprices higtifor
prices for workman doe dOes not i ajijat ajijattrikes hfiat hfiatstrikes
strikes s st though thin cf all times stms stmsthe vn vnhe
the t he worst for such
action on the prt a awagetarnerL > f fwagetamers
wagetamers So great Is the d t1cani t1canihowever an anhowever
however that even the most unreasoab unreasoabWge unreasonhwagen
Wge are conceded and i ni the I he 6 a day sb y ask askPeoplp askad
ad by hod carriers rnuut 1 paid paidPeople
People with good red blood in their thoirveins theireins
veins v eins who love the chase hase are looking with withkeen wit witkeen
keen interest to the great annual m mt t of ofthe ofhe
the t he VirginiaCarolina Fox Hunter Ass Assiation Yssciation <
ciation c which is to ocosr o in old Her MaIden MaIdenburg Wn Wnburg
burg County October O and lat a aweek aweek
week s add iid Mr P W Woitakx cf cfChase efChase
Chase City Va at the Raleigh RaleighThere RakighThore
There has bwn a great V5at revival rf in interest friareet ¬
terest t areet in fox hunting aB over oe the Fiuth Fiuthi IiutIlid
a S lid 3 the sport ears be oseried em i nd nddeal < r rideal
1 ideal conditions at the aforesaid in k > diiy diiythere ilityhere
i there t is no doubt of ts thee snBnsss < i the themeet
meet meetThe
The rendezvous chosen has 1 icr t ert ertbunting < s sof
of hunting preserves large kenni knnutt f fsplendidly fplendidly
splendidly s trained dogs and most impor important po pomat ¬
mat of all foxes are abundant Stet Stetwill > it itwin
win be there as well as t sport snorranan snorrananhe snun aii <
the t he week wW be repl raphi t with the p pof v > d dags
l ags of the elite of two tw States StatesA StatesA
A A militant minister of of the gospel i Dr DrJ PrWesley
J Wesley HilL pastor of f Janes il Mt t wJis wJisEpiscopal iii iiiEiisoopal
Episcopal Church in Brooklyn 1 Hv Hvformerly
WSb formerly to charge of Grace cj tlrc tlrcHarriabwg rc1
Harrisburg Pa He has takn tak yn p in itmany
many political campaigns ard his htspesebes
s pesebes for McKinley gave him xteudct exeidtame xteudcte
l ame e At the Ebbitt last evening Dr Hiil HiilMy IflitWy
My belief is that the Republican iomi iominee aorn aornfor
nee for governor will carry New lort lortSUte or orState
State The best element in the Deniorati Denioratiparty Denratty
party ty is supporting Mr Hughes w ti tithuslasm er erthusiasrn
thusiasrn There is tow much at st stake k > > for tormen formen
men to be bound by partisan ties pre prediet pr prdiet
diet an overwhelming victory for Hi Thhe Thheand hrs hrsand
and am willing to further furt her pronhesj that ththe thathe
he will be the next cardidate o < T th Rt Rtpublican j
publican party for the i Presidency PresidencyThere residcnf y yThere
There is really very little imerefr be betag betug
tag manifested in politics pol 1 t lea in Yirxjuut Vi rglj a t tthis tfbi
this fbi time remarked f firmer rmer Lieut Gov GovJoseph < 5ov 5ovJoseph
Joseph E WJllard of that Stat i th thlobby tta ttalobby
lobby of the hotel whirh whieiubears bears his family familyCapt familyname
name Capt Willard is i accompanied her herby herby >
by his friend and associate on the cor eorporatlon
poration commission Judge Crump and andthey nnlthey
they have been fl visiting several Virginia iiginia iiginiatOWnS
towns on bfl official business Capt C tpt Wit Witlard
lard made a strong race for governor governorlast governorlast
last year and though be did not win winconducted winconducted
conducted his campaign in such a i way wayst
as st to make a multitude of frivnd H His
is still a young man and his to inliwrz inliwrzdo toners
do not hesitate to say that h will yt ytbe > v
be governor of the Old Qi Dominion DontinionIt
It would be no surprise he continued continuedshould
should a solid Democratic delegrith > i ielected b belected >
elected to Congress from ram Virginia The Theonly
only district where the Republicans hav1 hav1much isav isavmuch
much chance is the Ninth and in it that thatthe
the nominee of the Democracy fxS ex tna tnator ni nitor
tor Bob Bruce who is one of the thcmen ksr
men of his hi section stands a achance finrrate
chance of success In spite of the up > ipmil rn I IRepublican
Republican majority majorityBefore
Before coming to the Iii United Silt S T Twas Iwas
was waJtM watitid J that I misrit expect enetto to u uwith
with discourteous and uncivil treat it itmany t
in many Instances saM Mr W fiL 4 M MLaaghBn uLaughlin
LaaghBn of Belfast Ireland at the New NVwWIBiard NewWhat
WIBiard
What could have gi given en rise to w h a aoClon
SOCiOtt is a mystery for my own eeri eerieaee cx er eronce
once has taught me thit t ii t a pottter or orhospitable
hospitable more conwicirau peoate w hi hitlt >
the tlt Americans do not exist T savo av im imply to toph
ply ph been astonished at the unh unlvzsal rsal MHi MHitreatment
treatment and the extreme xtrein pottS pottSWhich e ewhich
which the stranger in it thi greit
receives Everybody from Y w a bcilboi o a atank L Lbank
tank president puts himself out u to > rrd dr dron r rone
one on a service and when F g t non ihOhlt it itWill itwill
Will please me to bear testimony to the theg thtod
g od nature and go gal manners of f all allsorts allsorts
sorts and conditions 4 u Tn men n in this gi geat geatYankee uL
Yankee republic republicThe rcpablicThe
The Original FnIrl FSIrISHkS aHki Man MKRFnst Manp
Fnst p the Indianapolis Xrwu ras rasarfley
r Bartley arfley Harper t f Lima Ohio Wtii who Is isvisiting
visiting th families s of J A and J D DHoyt PHoyt
Hoyt in this city admits that h snvcd snvcdth si cI cIthe
th the life of Vice Prisidcnt Fairbanks when whenhe wheihe
he and Fairbanks were boys togetln r in inUnion liiUnion
Union County Ohio OhioWe OhioWe
We lived nenr each tet other in C hi tnt tntone n < 1 1one
one day we went swimming togtli togt r ramid rsaid
amid Harper Fairbunks was i in > f fTOKter iwister
wister long before I was wn ready 1 I rt rtyet i iyet
yet reached he bunk when I h harl < u in
call for help I threw off nv t < n v vclothes
clothes and rushed in If I do Riy say i it ty tyseIf y yelf
seIf elf I was one of the best swimmers ii iithe in inthe
the count v so I made straight for I a ihe ihedrowning rhodrowning
drowning boy i I grabbed for his hair Iai as ashe ashe
he started to go down for the la Iat < t fne fnebut ne nebut
but missed him and had to dive dlv far litn litnI I nt ntI
I got h < > 1 of him and nd dnigsttl 1 to toth titb
th bank where as soon as w we got Tli Tliwater ha hawiiter
water out of him h lit wig all tight H He Hemighty
was mighty thankful to le pulii iui at atId
Id have made It all right If id got a agood agood
good start though he aid aidA id idA
A Dull DullAs CnnpIau CnnpIauIrot
Irot tb Cletalanul Ptiin I icr icrA
As A tai Indication of the dttll ill conuition ° fluiitrn o opolitical npolitical
political affairs hi Ohio U is i ited uu uit uitthe
the reception given by Mrs Ior Lursw cw < n r nt ntKndlay atFtndiay
Kndlay last week was t > a n nrotC
rotC people than her husluaa lua aduii arttriin ded dedin
in the evening

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