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THE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G T 0 Ii HEBAID HE R A L D HONDAY M 0 N DAY NOVEMBER N 0 V EMB E It 12 1906 1 9 0 G
PECTS NO CHANGE CHANGEMember OIIANEMember
Member Knows Nothing of ofEnlarging ofEnlarging ofEnlarging
Enlarging Board BoardDISCUSSES Eoard4DISOUSSES BoardDISCtTSSES
DISCUSSES SPEECH OS1 O HILL HILLSayn HILLSa HILLRailroad
Sa Sayn Railroad magnate Has Business BusinessReasons BusinessRensons BngIneNRen5on8
Reasons for Not No Wishing to o See SeePanama SeePanama SeePanama
Panama Canal Completed CompletedCommis CompletedCommissIoners Comp1etedCommIIonerai Commis CommisBlonem
Blonem Are JTot Now Overrrorbcil OverrrorbcilAlthough OerworkcdAlthough Oyerorkei1Although
Although Labors Labors Were Arduous ArduousIt Arduouslilt
I
lilt t It is Impossible for me m to state tt sM sMan aaIcIan RM RMan
an officer of th the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission COZmerCeCommission
Commission yesterday afUnxxw what whatthe whatthe Whtthe
the President Intends to recommend in inMs inUs
Ms 1 message to Congraee Con In rfer reterenoe no to tohls toThis toiils
This hls commission comm slon Certainly I have no noknowledge noknowledge o oknowledge
knowledge of his Intentions fnt ntJoRs and I do n Bet Betthink netthink t tthink
think that any other member i a better betterInformed betterInformed betterinformed
Informed InformedThe InformedThe informedThe
The member was speaking in regard re rd to toa toa toa
a dispatch from Chicago predicting that thatIn thatIn thtIn
In the Presidents annual nnu1 message me to the thecoming th thcoming theCorning
coming Congress he will propose that the themembership theInEmbershlp themembership
membership of the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission CommerceCommission
Commission be increased d from seven to toten toten toten
ten and that the various traffic associa associations aMOdatlons aodaa aodatong ¬
tong the legal standing of which seems seemsto lee leeto memeto
a
to be a mooted question shall be berecG8 berecG8ized recog recogpized recogiIzed
pized ized In law but shorn of their powers powersby pGvtiSby powersby
by a requirement that ail rates made b bconfirmed be beconfirmed beconfirmed
confirmed by the commission before going goingInto goinginto goingInto
Into effect effectCommissioners effectComml effectComm1sjoners
Commissioners Comml lIloners Xot ot Overworked OverworkedAs
As A a matter of fact continued the thespeaker thespeaker thepeaier
speaker the commission is not over overworked overWorked overworked ¬
worked at present although I will admit admitits admitits admitIts
its labors have heretofore been somewhat somewhatarduous oJnewhatarduous somewhatarduous
arduous It has been necessary for in instance Instance Instance ¬
stance to secure the interpretation of a agreat Itguat agreat
great deal of law We have conducted a aT anass aras8
T nass < ass of detailed investigation net DC t only
In regard to rebates rebat Ac c but t to detailed detailedaatters detailedmatters detailedtatters
matters of transportation especially in inrelation Inrdation InTatLon
relation to coal oil and grain at the therequirement theUquirement therEquirement
requirement of Congress CongressOf CongreeOf e eOf
Of course coune I dont know about this thisreport thisport thisport
report port of th tile Pre Presidents intentions intentionsJiftther Intentionsher Intantionscz
Jiftther cz her I nor any other member < of the thecommission tJMoommisslon theOOmfl1SSIOfl
commission can say 1 what Mr Rooeeveltay Roosevelt Rooseveltmay Rooseveltay
may ay do
Discusses Hills Speech SpeechConcerning SpeccJlConceml SpeechConcerning
Concerning Conceml the remarks made by James JamesJ
J Hill in his address add addre before the Mer Merchants Merchants Metchants ¬
chants Club at Chicago Saturday night nightthis DIbthis nightthis
this same member said As I under understand understand understand ¬
stand in the first place Mr Hill is against againstgovernment apJutgrernmnt aalnstgrvernment
government ownership of railroads As Asth At
t th h leaders in both political parties rUes have haveIf have1erifd haverid
1erifd If Tied that thatth1ng thing I dont see that it itEuld Itfil1d Ituld
Euld uld cause Mr Hill any 5fl worriment at attiis att att
t tiis 1 9 time t i m What W1atlJr Mr Bryan suggested suggestedJr ngeateclJ
Jr J r g those Ihtes 1 only fell flat ftat fla and won wonr w wt wonr
t < r him the antagonism of his closest closestMr cloeeatiL closestri
iL iLTin
Tin ri Mr Ir Hill makes mak the statement
THE COUNTERSTROKE COUNTERSTROKEAMBROSE
BY BYAMBROSE BYAUTHOR
IiIi ± AMBROSE PRATT PRATTAUTHOR PRATTAUTHOR
AUTHOR OF VIGOROUS DAUNT BILLIONAIRE
CHAPTER XXUX XXUXThe XXIIIThe I IThe
The Irtraston 1 irmtstnii o of oflt THofctalaT iftztiaTLeit THofctalaTn la
> n Desirt D it6 had been so rudely ex exj axT
j d 1 fi flm < rn the th library by her father the thePaViJ theP3s I
PaViJ P3s L JibaloA sheer physical pain drove drover
f r the th tl time all thought from her mind mindFIi mindf
f FIi = limped 1 mped down the corridor uttering utteringreams utteringreams utteringreirns
reams which her fortitude was unable unableto unableto
to to I suppress fuppre s screams of agony a y But when whenh Whentr whenbr
h tr < > > pain p had in a meaaure subsided the theT ther ther
T r r rit r r t which she be had uneon unconsciously elou 1y In Inriftd Inritcd
riftd 1 il from her maternal terl stock at last lastasserted JutLterted lastried
asserted ried itself and IMIthe the long dormant bate hatetv batew bateI
tv I 4h which her fathers constant brutal brutaltreatment 1kutalltEatmt brutalC
I In
tEatmt treatment C ment > nt had Inspired i red her awoke to life lifend
nd n 1 sudden udd n vigor She was wa a a gentle ntle and andrun aadrurth andr
run rurth r rharted hearted arted girl ordinarily of unusually unusuallyf
1ft > f and placid disposition but deep at atpart atp atr
part p tt she s 1e possessed oseesed in common with all allJuruan anw 11 11I
Juruan w I t t fl creatures the natural instincts of ofthe ofthp ofSavage
the savage and a determination which whichne whichsufficiently i ie
ne e sufficiently arrused wa wa aa potent potentand potentj I
and 1 1j j remorseless as a the counts couat unnatural unnaturallust unnaturall
lust 11 l fur r blood bloodHad bloodHad
Had 11 Perigord or Cresatngbam CHUI discovered discoveredr dt
11 r in In such a a mood they would have havef I
f q < r 1d j a a powerful instrument nstruiuisnt ready to toVir tor
+ Vir r hands j tds for the instant Jn demolition of ofiLMrnT oflr ofi
iLMrnT lr i nrr r circle < of the Dlbfll8 nihilists L The sweet sweetra sweettender
ra 1 tender tf > nQfr humor which had ever been beenL beenro beenI
L I r m > st t distinguishing characteristic ebrac rI Uc had hadfirrlv hadc
firrlv c lrl L disappeared and she was trans transirf1 tranar transI
irf1 r f1 I into a being of fire and passion passionr
I r < Tg gr g > r a girt but a woman outraged outragedf outragedthe
f yond nJ the bounds of resignation n and all allpvrri aUY alli
pvrri i < y v her heart alight with anger and andturning andtJring andI
turning I ir n for forII revenge revengeIrsire rev e eIfgirC
Irsire II sire wandered through b the castle castlerri caflUerr
rri rr I less FSS as a lost soul searching fever feveris tever1sliy feveris
is 1sliy ly for she knew not what It ig at atmoments atf atoments
f moments oments as this that the Fates de deI de del deIn
I st in assisting a 8Istin the puppets whom their theirt theiritS
t giries g j ries itS control Desire came upon a ar ar aservant
r sro gr servant lying sleeping at his post postTi postT postsght
Ti T > sight gave her a thrill and like a afa afJch afi
fa fJch = h of lightning a long train of possi possibilities possiI ¬
bilities 11 I tlg its occurred to her for the mans man pie plsfl p pt piet
fl t t 1 had ad slipped from his belt and lay layI layUy layIA
I Uy IA 1 > on n the floor beside him himyhf himtf himt
yhf t c would take the pistol make h Mr r way waythf wayrz
Ill rz t thf > net work of tunnels underneath underneathland underneath1cmd underneathbind
land and thence proceed to the theT
j nrJ t oieed ne ecl Oft the gallery of booU
C OJW r r t J51 Jiqrot of her n1 grandfather She Sheit
T t
J Lw TIFW > Ll
ret of t the panel well she e
0 lId opt pt It it n and lying perdu on the thenl
of
f dphberely shoot her dastard father
tnd t nl thus avei aveii aV
avebemelf h f fOr the Jo long aeries
f i f L insults whl wn
tbat Lbat night wt had crowned crownedinl
inl 11 1 also save t ttrtend t1 TI TIuanif
f1d she loved from
uanif amf 1 m for Desire DesireSwiftly Dss1reSd
DMItd grown to love Miss
Llli t t with a
nate devotion devotionhim
Swiftly It1y noiseless nol eleul >
as a phantom she
rrrriaehed roached the
I
negr01nd cau caught ht up the
tl 1 without dlsturbu
Il r dlsturbll
him then with withring
t f petd of thought sht sht1 lkted from the
tl ie and approtched the theflg
thOUH En
tIng ring flg she suddenly remenu rememtred red t that Lt th the
t tlnrel inrel r T ci door was locked and s st TT TTposiessM
DO Ionpr
posiessM roSSS M a 5 key to open it It BWjhe m L she be bad
thrown hrown lr wn prudence to the winds i ia
a i4cild FklI1 < d chemist and many exp ex expyes O < ieiveg wu V
vsrrr wc IT r In her charge Choosing a t
ttle ttlerashly tu
frrt ft her laboratory I quickly qulckJyIr
rashly Ir r ghh manufactured an open bomb bombIrglcerin bombt y1 y1liriglycerin
liriglycerin t a r g I y erin Placing this t at the fooV fooVc f othp foee
c f e the Iron door she balanced above it a artty a
Vivy rtty 4 block of Iron with a cord attached attachedI attaci attacifrh
v I Ih < h she could release relea and precipitate its itsR Itsght ItsgLt
R jght Upon the fluid Cautiously retir
lr I j for t r a distance without the shed she sheI sheJ sher
I i cd d the cord and instantly Jnstant an a expIo exptot expiohe
t r like ike he the noise of a muffled gun sound soundcl lIOunclJ
cl C J I dully i Ui through the silence of the night J nightI bt
It I tv < < is s this noise which had startled the thent thent thet
< nt t and Jibatoff as they were about to toa1
a1 1 1 their play playVfreTess playteteS6 playI
I VfreTess of co consequence equene the excited excitedIT cieltedLurried
I IT hurried back to the boatshed and andDimmed andlmmtd andimI
Dimmed the door behind her Striking a aa ai
a i Mi h A scene of terrible wreckage met metr metyes
r eyes y yes s but scarcely glancing at the thei thelbout theLLIOUt
i about her she gave a cry Ct of triumph triumphthe tnumpbn
the n 4 tunnel door was ws torn and bent la latul 18ul InAr
tul Ar I Ilk Hkp a crumpled sheet of paper and andi
i V t dark pathway lay open to her desiresl desires
fa l 3 was obliged to content herself with withu withitJ withpIy
itJ u > ply of candles for the lantern and anda andtt1 andt
a tt1 t it > t everything else in the shed ln ln3ing 10lmg Int
t 3ing the electric appliances and the thef theEf theri
Ef ri f boat itself had been b h rent to frag
n3ts by the nitreglycerin nitroglyce n
that the country Is growing rapidly rapidlyThere rapidlyThere rapidlyThere
There is nothing now no or startling in that thatassertion tbate thatamertlon
assertion e rt1on With immigrants pouring In at atthe t tUte tthe
the rate of oneeightieth one < lg1ltIoth of tne total pop population popul8tIon p pulttion ° ¬
ulation each year our population would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be doubled d ubled in eighty years ttrs even if there therewere therewere therewere
were no births whatever Of course the thecountry theCGUntty thecountry
country Is growing and it seems to me methat melbat methat
that it is up to the railroads to make makeproper makepr IflftkCproper
proper pr pQr provision for that condition conditionConcerning conditionCol1ecrnlng conditionConcerning
Concerning Panama Canal CanalMr Canalnllr CanalMr
nllr Mr Hill also expresses the opinion opinionthat opinionthat i ithat
that thePanama the panama Canal Is or will be of ofno Ofto ofno
no practical use to us us Well I suppose supposebe supposOhe I Ibe
be feels that way He has done all he hecould hecould
I
could to prevent prev nt its construction Of Ofcourse or1Ourse Ofcourse
course 1Ourse he owns a railroad from which whichno whichno hleh hlehDO
no doubt doubt considerable business will w1l1be w1l1bedetracted willdetracted be bedetracted
detracted when the canal Is finished You Youmay Youmay Totmay
may draw your our own conclusion conclusionMr conclusionlIr conclusionMr
Mr Hill says The traffic tramcot of the coun country countrr country ¬
try Is congested oonge ted beyond Imagination The Thecommerce Thlcommerce Thecommerce
commerce of the country Is paralyzed paralyzedand p ralyzedaDd paralyzednd
and nd if continued it means slow death desAhPerhaps deathPerhaps dosthPerhaps
Perhaps the want nt of oars Is due in part partto putto partto
to the phenomenal growth of the coun country country country ¬
try but perhaps If J some of the railroad railroadcompanies railroadeomptinles railroadcompanies
companies would move their cars instead insteadof Insteadot Insteadof
of permitting certain parties to convert convertthem oonvertthem convertthem
them into storehouses sto bouses there would not notbe notbe notbe
be such a dearth of transportation facili facilities facUlties faclilties ¬
ties Freight trains do not move today todayas
as fast as they did ten years ago The Therailroads TheraUro Therailroads
railroads raUro d are not keeping step with the thetimes thetimes thetimes
times in this regard Whether there be bemethod bemethod bemethod
method in their madness In this respect respectI
I know kno not but the fact remains remainsHowever remaInsHowever remainsHowever
However we should remember that thatMr thatIr thatMr
Mr Ir Hills road is one of those indicted by bythe bytbe bythe
the Department of Justice the other day dayfor dayfor dayfor
for giving rebates and I suppose e that oc occurrence occurrence occurrence ¬
currence was rather irritating Irrltatln Irrltatlngto to him himGALLED himCALLED himCALLED
CALLED TO SAVAGES PULPIT PULPITChlcnpro PULPITCllfcaJo PULPITChicago
Chicago Pastor Invited lniite l to Church of ofthe of1be ofthe
the Messiah Jle lah in New York YorkChicago Yorki YorkChicago
i Chicago Nov 11 URev Rev Frederick V VHawley VHawley VHawley
Hawley of Unity Church one of the thelargest tlt8largest thelargest
largest Unitarian congregations fl in Chi Chicago CbIca Cliicage ¬
cage ca is I considering eo a a call to the pulpit pulpitof pulpitor pulpitof
of the Church of the Messiah Me eiah in New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York as 5 successor to Rev Re Minot J JSavage JSclvap JSavage
Savage now seriously ill in a a private privatesanatorium prlvatesanatorium privatesanatorium
sanatorium near Cleveland ClevelandDr CleveJaooDr ClevelandDr
Dr Hawley says he has not yet et de determined de deterlDlMet dotermined ¬
termined what answer nI wer to make to the theNew theNew theNew
New York congregation Though the thechange theehange thechange
change would be somewhat somewhatn t in the nature natureof natureof 1 1of
of an advancement Dr Hawley has be become become ¬ i
come so much attached to his work here herethat herethat I
that he confesses he hesitates to leave leaveit leaveIt
it It He he ha been pastor of Unity Church Churchfor Churchfor Churchfor I
for three years yearsOLDEST yearsOLDEST I
OLDEST TWIN SERIOUSLY ILL ILLJacob ILLJacob I IJaeob
Jacob Steen of Amsterdam and andAlonzo andAlonzo
Alonzo of Syracuse 01 Year Old OldAmsterdam OldAm OldAmsterdam
Amsterdam Am terdam N Y Nov 12 nJacob nJacobSteen itJacobSteen Jacob JacobSteen
Steen who with Ith his brother Alenao AlenaoSteen Alon AlonSteen AlonsoStesit
Steen of Syracuse are the th eldest twin twinbrothers twinbn twinbrothers
brothers bn IS in the United States is anti critically cclUcaJly antiosiiy ¬
cally III at his home in this city cityThe cIt1TIM cityThe
The Steens are ninetyone years of ofage rage C Cage
age Until his present pre nt lllneee Jacob JacobSteen TacottSteen JncohSteen
Steen has been in remarkably g g ghealth goadhenlth oi oihealth
health He has all of his teeth except two twoor twoor twoor
or three molars His wife Is eightytwo eightytwoyears eightytwoyears htTtWO htTtWOyears
years of age a e
Scarcely wasting a moment she Sh enter entered enterad ¬
ed the tunnel tunnel than and had presently com comnwawff comto cornJnes
Jnes nwawff = to clfmb The way was known knownto kROwnto knownto
to her but In her perturbation she chose chosewithout choNwithout chosewithout
without noticing < a wrong passage at the thefirst the1Int theOret
first parting rt Of roads road and some min minutes minutes ailsutes ¬
utes were wasted before she h6 had discov discovered dl8eoyered dlaeovered ¬
ered her mistake Retracing Retradn her steps stepsshe stepsshe
she he found lit hi last the proper route and andpressed andpreaaed andpremed
pressed on on already weary and panting pantingwith paJlUngv1th pantingwith
with exertion but remorseless s as death deathShe deathShe deathShe
She came at laat to the theJinal Unal nun cavern cavernchamber tvernchamber cavernchaanber
chamber which she knew lay directly directlyunderneath directlyunderneath
underneath the chateau There her pre precautions precautions procautions ¬
cautions commenced for she be knew that thateach thatNch thateach
each slightest sl btest sound she made would be become be become become ¬
come magnified by resounding echoes echoesand echoesand echoesand
and might ml < ht penetrate to the castle and andthus andthus andthus
thus warn her prospective victim Hold Holding HoklI Holdlog ¬
log I the candle can le on high she dimly saw sawtwo sawtwo aw awtwo
two flights hts of steps leading spirally up upward upwani upward ¬
ward from the opposite wall and with withthe withthe withthe
the utmost care she prepared to cross crossthe crosethe crossthe
the chamber She was already almost almostin almostIn almostIn
in the center of the cavern when a aslight as11 aalight
slight s11 t grating noise in the darkness far faroverhead faroverbeacl faroverbond
overhead arrested her attention She Sheglanced ShelancM Sheglanced
glanced lancM up to catch suddenly a gleam gleamof gleamof gloamof
of light a hundred feet above to hear heara
a mans man wild shriek of mortal m fear two twofateful tofateful twofateful
fateful seconds afterward there crashed crashedat crashedat crashedat
at her very feet a dark and dreadful dreadfulsubstance drea4rulsubtltanee dreadfulsubstance
substance the rush of whose fall ex extinguished extlnpl1lbed eztlngulahed ¬
tinguished the light she carried carriedThere carrJedThere carriedThere
There ensued a repetition of the queer queergrating queerratlng queergrating
grating sound she had heard at first firstthen first firstthen firstthen
then a leaden silence and an awful gloom gloomthat gloomthat gloomthat
that weighed upon the senses like a palL palLDesire pallDesire pallDesire
Desire felt by instinct that she was not notalone notalone notalone
alone and a chill of terror held her spell spellbound apellbound spellbound ¬
bound and breathless for a long fright frightful frightful frightful ¬
ful moment during which icy fingers fingersseemed Angersteemed fingerscemed
seemed to twine twin round her body like likethin ltkethin likethin
thin currents of coldest air clutching at ather ather ather
her heart heart and making her flesh creep creepher creep1tM creepher
her very soul s turn sick and shuddering shudderingWith shudderingWith shudderingWith
With courage born of desperation she
I DAILY DA IL Y FASHION FA SHION HINT
The Experienced Tourist Favors Leather LeatherFor LeatherFor LeatherFor
For the many w uses es of the road for fair weather and foul the experienced experiencedautolst experiencedautolst experiencedautoist
autolst bag thoroughly proven that there is nothing nothJ like leather after alL Of Ofeturst OfMDrH Ofcoarse
coarse in seminar mer time it is wont to prove a trifle too warm when one is on onthe ontlM onthe
the ground but the current of air created by the car when in motion makes it itwelcome Itweleome itwelcome
welcome on even the warmest day da For winter wear r there Is a a disposition lepMttk n to toline to1IHe toUse
line the leather leall er coat oat with some one or another of the leas < expnaive furs squir squirrel squirrel squirrd ¬
rel rd or muskrat for example and such is the mode followed in the garment that thatforme thatforme thatforms
forme the subject of illustration The coat co t is of the semffttied variety back and andstdee andsldOIS andsides
sides setting to the figure with the usual number of Mama while the double doublebreasted doublebreasted doublebreasted
breasted fronts are managed with a single dart cither side of the fastening fasteningOver fasteningOver fasteningOver
Over the hips there is a smart St ltrt fitted basqulne a stitched leather belt serving to tohide tohide tohide
hide the joining seam and add much to the appearance appe ranee of the garment as well wellThe wellThe wellThe
The skirt klrt is managed in two > parts the upper one fitted closely to the figure and andgored andgored andgored
gored to shape while the lower is in the form of a circular flounce applied to tothe tothe tothe
the top with Ith a fancy scalloped llopoo edge many rows row of machine stitching adding to the thetrimming thetrimming thetrimming
trimming effect of this device evJe evJeTRANQUILLITY
TRANQUILLITY AND HOPE
Phg asa ss e6s uIs uIsw
w r tied MHt MHtDIke ct ctDike
DIke 3 3A la hdsw ass assAni
A Ani Pm ii Ida JMart JMarti lopsrtstnwk
i struck a match at last and the fitful fitfulgleaming fitfulI fitfulgleaming
I gleaming of the veeta fa showed her the theform Ut Utform theform
form of a mangled corpse corps e lying on the therocky thei therocky
i rocky ground lOu scarce a yard rd away crush crushed crushi crushed ¬
i ed and battered almost out of human humansemblance humansemblance
I semblance Desire became conscious of a asentiment aI asentiment
sentiment of pity Relighting her candle candleshe candleahe candleshe
I she fell on her knees beside the body and andwith andI andwith
with trembling hands tried to feel r 1 if any anyspark anypark anyspark
I
spark of life lit remained A moments ex examination exi exainlustioii ¬
i amination assured her that death had hadirrevocably hadlrrftOCtIobIy hadIrrevocably
irrevocably claimed claim a victim and the girl girlslowly Girlslowly girlslowly
slowly turned to the mans face In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that she might ascertain whom the vic victim rictlm vietim ¬
tim was wasShe wasShe wasShe
She saw W and saw too that her bands bandsand handsand bandsand
and feet were stained and dabbled with withbr withber 1Ut 1UtIter
br own fathers fther Mood All Ail thoughts of ofanger oCARter ofanger
anger and revenge faded quickly from fromher fromIter fromher
her soul and with a sharp revulsion of offeettng otfHUng offeeling
feeling came horror and remorse rem one She Shehad Shehad Shehad
had intended to kill her father and had hadProvidence hadProvklen hadProvidence
Providence e allowed It another few min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes would 00141 have made her a parricide parricidebut parrletdebut parricidebut
but confronted with her fathers corpse corpseshe corpseabe corpseshe
she could only think of the hopelessness hopeleevneMthe
the unutterable le solemnity and terminally terminallyof termlna1ltor
of death This mangled bloodbespangled bloodbespangledshapeleee bIoodbespknglodshapele88 bloodbespanglodshapeless
shapeleee thing thtn had no later than a min minute minute misate ¬
ute since been a living breathing man mana man manIt mana
a creature powerful for evil who had hadrobbed JuLdrobbed hadrobbed
robbed many better bett r men of life and only onlyhalf onlyhalt onlyhalt
halt an hour ago brutally assaulted ase her herNow herNow herNow
Now he was either nothing or elM eleewhere elMwhere elsewhere
where for the patch of ensanguined ensanguinedbones enMngvlnedbones ensangulnedhones
bones and dust which his spirit had once oncetenanted oncetenanted oncetenasted
tenanted was v not her father fatberonbo only a mass massof mUtlof massof
of matter inert and helpless but matter matterbefore matterbefore matterbefore
before which life Jlr was constrained to topause topaUM topause
pause in awestruck silence and passion passionInvoluntarily p8sclonInvoluntarily passionInvoluntarily
Involuntarily halted in dismay dismayDesire dlsmeyDesire dismayDesire
Desire had never fainted in her life and andshe andshe andshe
she knew nothing nothln of hysteria for the theisland theIsland theisland
island of Attala was visited only by byhealthgiving byhealthgiving byhealthgiving
healthgiving breezes and she was strong strongalmost strongaIlD06t strongalmost
almost as a man but the horrid happen happenings happenIngs happentags ¬
ings of the past hour had overstrained overstrainedher overstrainedhfl overatralnedher
her nerves and it was with ith the utmost utmostdifficulty utmostdlmculty utmostdlfflculty
difficulty that she tore herself from the thegloomy thegloomy thegloomy
gloomy cavern Her fathers corpse was wasa WASa wasa
a thing of mystery whose ghostly still stillness sunness stillnoes ¬
ness and horrible appearance attracted attractedher attroctedher attractedher
her with a species of compelling fascina fascination fuclnaUon faselnaties ¬
ties tionShe tiesShe
UonShe
She stumbled from the chamber step stepby stepby stepby
by step her glances ever fleeting back backagainst backagainst backagainst
against her will and when hen at last she shereached sheroachecl shereached
reached the tunnel and the cave was wasleft wa waleft wasleft
left behind be1 nd she he felt as though she had hadnarrowly hadnarrowly hadnarrowly
narrowly avoided some monstrous evil evilthat eI1tbat evilthat
that the thing she had deserted was full fullof fullof fullof
of power to work her harm and that
FROM WOMANS WOMANSVIEWPOINT WOMANSVIEWPOINTLiving VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTLiving
Living is preposterously prepo terouslY high there is no denying that but conveniences are aremultiplying aftultlplylns aremultiplying
multiplying so rapidly that we forget to rebel at la inceae4 Inconalag lltg g prices Domestic Domesticserrfee DomostieIIen1ee Domesticervlce
serrfee is beyond the reach of the workingmans puree bat the homes to be beobtained beotKahMM1 beohtaIned
obtained JMNa1y8 nowadays are ro ew to to care for and furaistaiites are made M a to 1111 the needs needsof needsOf needsof
of women t who O WaRt ant nt to save time and strength strengthSmall strengthSmall
0 0Small
Small rooms are easier to keen in good condition than large ones nos and flats flatssaive fiatsUTe flatssave
UTe steps and labor Another AnoUaersaYing saving comes in the amount of furniture required requiredfor requiredfor requiredfor
for small rooms and still another in the heat payment for which is included in inthe Inthe Inthe
the rent ntIrt and great convenience oo ftnl e if not economy in the gas ranges generally generallysupplied genoranyaupplle generallysupplied
supplied to the tiny Un kitchens of these tlt e homes B Me There are varying opinions con concerning conetm1D conconning ¬
conning etm1D the economy of gas as fuel There are women w men whose experience warrants warrantsthem warrantsthem warrantsthem
them in believing that gas is cheaper than coal but I am not of the number numberI
I paid enormous fuel bills for months and was glad to return to coal To be besure bsure besure
sure the cooking was somewhat SoIft8WJt t elaborate eIt and the stove leaked ked despite the land landlords landIords landlords ¬
lords refusal 1 to believe it It and neither condition obtains in families whore the thegas thegu thegas
gas bills bllls1e are small smallA smallA U UA
S
A delicate woman who does her own work in one of these compact homes homestold homestold homestold
told me that a kitchen cabinet tnef and a stool of the proper height were her best bastfriends b bestfriends St Stfriends
friends Both m In cooking and ironing ironln she she uses the stool and 00 the th distance between betweenit
it and the range Is short The kitcbn kite n cabinet is supplied with everything ev rythlng that thatmight thatmldtt thatmight
might be used in cooking and thereby saves numberless steps As there are arehut areiut
I hut iut three In the family famll the kitchen work Is rather insignificant insignificantBare hlSlgnlftcantco InSignificantBare
co coDare
Bare floors fto rugs a carpet sweeper and four bags ba for the broom make the thdw thew thewOi
w wOi in the rooms easy The bags were Vt rE = made of outing tiannel the cheapest cheapestKr ch cheapestgrade apast apast8nd
Kr grade < fvand 8nd any color or design d sl They Tbe o are supplied with ith drawing strings and can
be shaken sha and washed WMhedr and they take to themselves all the dust bare floors
accumulate ueumu aseumu1s and retain It which is more to the purpose e Moreover the broom
does not br jar furniture like a dry mop and It reaches rea e corners as no mop can
This womav WOIR8 has no prejudice prejudi against carpet sweepers on tho contrary she de ¬
clares that tey swoop cleaner than brooms and are ar less destructive destruetiveHer de destructiveS destructiveHer trueUvQHer
S
Her window cleaning arrangements are new to me mer 1fl or were before I saw
them tried in toy Jy y own home Two goodsized pieces of chamois skin and a basin
of clean water lLter are the materials Both B Ut skins are dipped in the water and wrung
oat one is used us to wash ash the glass and the other to dry it It and there th re is no lint
The labor is hardly worth mentioning and the result highly satisfactory satisfactoryLaborsaving satlstactoryLaDorsavfng satisfactoryS
S S SLaborsaving
Laborsaving plans are generally the result of some womans omans needs Washing
machines and dishwashers have made many a woman reconciled to house ¬
keeping and they are only a fractional raotion l part of the laborsaving inventions for
housekeepers Uj U Uitodat > todat todaa people never refuse arty real aid extended tend d to them
by inventive brains b ns and It Js not hard
to t pick It out of the numberless new
things thrust before our eyes es Money spent to bring us real comfort is money
well wetllIn inrestod st d I believe
BETTY BRADEEN
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1IiIIIIIII is md taM IWIII IWIIIXARGAJtE L
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XARGAJtE lUsrOn lUsrOneven EIISTORoven
even yet she had not properly escaped escapedWith e caUt escapedWith
With Ut a gasping cry full of horror horrorPlUde for forpanic forpanic
panic had seized her she ran like one onepwnsued onePUnnMd onepursued
pursued springing ngfng sf1Ig recklessly down steps stepsand stepsand stepsand
and over crags until the sudden dark darkness darkn8M darksees ¬
ness warned her that she must pause pausefor peusefor pausefor
for safety Trembling in every limb she shelighted shelighted shelighted
lighted her candle then hurried on again againand ag8lnaoo againand
and neon had gained the boatshed boatshedEven bo8t8bedEYen boatebedEven
Even that old haunt of her working
hours brought her no sense of security
for the explosion had smashed the tb elec electric olectrte olociris ¬
iris lamps one and all and by the dim dimlight dimlight I Ilight
light of the candle its ruin appeared to toresemble toresemble I Iresemble
resemble In some way the broken body of ofher oCher o oher
her father taf er With a deep sob of relief reliefshe relleCshe reliefshe
she passed out into the night whose whosemourning who whomourning I Imourning
mourning dome of black leadencolored leadencoloredclouds Jeadencolorec1clouda I Iclouds
clouds in spite of their sad coloring had hadnever hadeer ha I Inever
never seemed so friendly and at that thatmoment thatmoment thatmoment
moment Desire sorely needed friends friendsShe frl friendsShe dS dSShe
She was about to return to the castle castlewhen castlewheH castlewhen
when another allOt fear beset her She saw In Insilhouette ir I Isilhouette
silhouette sllho tt6 against the sky a band of ofsilent oCIIIIt o
silent blackrobed figures stealing down downthe downthe I Ithe
the steps her grandfathers gra tltathers palanquin in inthe Inthe Iii L Lthe
the van Sinking behind a rock she shewatched shewatehed shcwatched
watched their subsequent proceedings proceedingsthe
the murder of her h r fathers boats bo ts crew crewthe crewthe crewthe
the launching launcldD of the torpedoes the de destruction d dstruction doMiuction ¬
struction of the Turkish yacht She saw sawher sewher r rher
her mother pass like Jtk a phantom upward upwardto upwar L Lto
to the castle she marked the count and nn I
his black servants emerge from their
hiding after the explosion she heard her hergrandfathers herttbers heigrandfathers
grandfathers ttbers wild laugh of triumph and andthe an I
the orders oni n that he gave for the disposal disposalof 1 1of
of the wreckage as soon as daylight daylightcame daylightcame L Lcame
came she be watched him depart carried carriedupward carriedupwanl i iupward
upward in his palanquin by the two twodumb twodumb I Idumb
dumb slaves accompanied by the other otherservants otherservants otheiservants
servants servantsLeft servantsLeft servantsLeft
Left lonely lonel then Desire thought of ofwhat otwhat ot t twhat
what the t th counts rage would be when he hi i
knew that lha t his precious boat had been beendestroyed 0061d8EItroyed I Idestroyed
destroyed the boat which he had helped helpedto I Ito
to construct by long hours of painful painfultoil ptilnlu1tot I Itoil
toil tot I the boat that constituted eon tltuted his one oneardent oneardent outardent
ardent hobby the th only pleasure of his hisexistence hi hiexitence hit I Iexistence
existence which was not evil She asked I
herself the question and its answer was wasin wasIn wa 3 3in
in her heart She knew kn that he would wouldkill wouldkill I Ikill
kill her as remorselessly as he would an anoffending anoffending at I Ioffending
offending slave more still she feared fearedthat tearedthat fere I Ithat
that he would torture her before she shedied shedied i idied
died in order to wreak on her a vengeance vengeancent i ifit
nt and proper in his estimation for her hercrime hercrime hei r rcrime
crime crimeIt crimeIt crimeIt
It was then that her eyes rested on the theyachts theyaeht thi i iyachts
yachts yaeht skiff which still idly floated beside besidethe besidethe i ithe
the beach Its I ts resting place marked by the thebodies thebodle th S Sbodies
bodies of the four slain sailors sailorsThe sailorsThe sailorsThe
The counts servants RrVan had vanished with withthe withtho wit 1 1the
the count forgetful in their excitement of ofthe ofthe o othe
the boat Desire still possessed poseess d by the thepanic thepanle tht thtpanic
panic which had seized her in the cavern cavernran ccrnroo cavernran
ran like a sprite acrose the sands and andleaping andlo ant i ileaping
leaping lo plng into the little craft pushed from fromthe tromthe Ironthe
the shore only onl half conscious of her ulti ultimate ul nitimate ti timate ¬
mate intention but wildly 1kily anxious an lous to fly f1 f1the
the dreadful d ful place e where here she had wit witnessed witneesed It Itnea ¬
nessed ed so many man horrors and where death deathseemed deathleemed deatiseemed
seemed to wait It for her herNo herNG herNo
No one saw her flight no one Interrupt Interrupted
ed her She reached the mouth of the theharbor thehorbor thi thiharbor
harbor working at the sculls like one onepursued onepursued oni onipursued
pursued by b furies She gave no thought thoughtto thoughto
to wind or tide and although a a stiff stiffbreeze stHrbret stifbreese
breeze bret Ze > had sprung up and she was soon soondrenched s sooxdrenched n ndrenched i
drenched with 1tlt spray it did not serve to toarouse toarouse Ii Iiarouse
arouse her from her abandon of terror terrorOn terrorOn terrorOn
On rounding the nearest headland she shesteered shesteered sh shsteered
steered straight out to sea but just then thona thoia
a strange thing happened She had riot riotwatched riotnarehed tie t tvatched i
watched her course thinking only of pos possible poss1ble poesible ¬
sible pursuit and so gazing always alw s with withstrained wit witstrained lth lthstrained
strained eyes yes at the fast receding coast coastline ooastline coastline ¬
line of the bay baySuddenly baySudden baySuddenly
Suddenly Sudden she heard h aro a a mans voice voicesharply voicesharpb voic voicsharply
sharply hailing her Steady there my m mhearty
hearty her Drop your Our oars and hands up upor upor upor
or you OU are a dead man manIn manIn manIn
In very consternation she obeyed The Thedarkness Thedarkne TIt S Sdarkness
darkness s was profound belt at the dis distance distance distance ¬
tance of twelve feet she dimly discerned discernedthe discernedUte I Ithe
the outline of a large duckshaped launch launchwhose launchwhose launchwhose
whose sides were studded with the figures figuresOf figureof
Of men Next moment her own boat boatcrashed boatcrash boa boacrashed
crashed crash d into the stranger and the shoch shochhurled shoerhurled shoe shoehurled
hurled her Into the thwarts Though half halfstunned hillstunnfd ha f fstunned
stunned she felt herself hers lf seized by rough roughhands roughbands I Ihands
hands and lifted bodily on board the thelaunch th thlaunch thlaunch
launch then a voice olce said sternly What Whatwas Whatwas t twas
was the meaning m anlng of the thunderous ex explosion etploslon cxplosion ¬
plosion that we heard a while ago agoDesire agoDesire agoDesire
Desire listened dreamily only half halfcomprehending halfcomprehending hal I Icomprehending i
comprehending the question for the voice voiceappeared vole voleappeared olC olCappeared
appeared marvelous marvelously familiar to her herears herears he r rears 1
ears and she was wondering where it itwas itwas I t twas
was she could haw beard It before beforeBut beforeBut beforeBut
But her silence exasperated the ques questioner quesHOMr questioner ¬
tioner Is the fellow dumb he de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded and shook her roughly by the theshoulder theshoulder thi thishoulder
shoulder shoulderLord shoulderLord shoulderLord
Lord Francis shagaspeEL shagaspeELWhat she gaspea gaspeaWhaU gaspeaWhat
What almost shouted the man manWho manVho manWho
Who thon are you youDesire youDesire ou 1 1D
DesireMy Desire DesireMy D I re
My 1 God can It be Ho pressed his hisface hisface hi hiface
face close to hers and passed an arm armaround annaround i iaround
around her It is ha h cried excitedly
What of o ailss l1ss EHott Is she well we1l1
ABOUT PLAYERS AND PLAYS PLAYSGoing PLAYSGoinS
Going Into vaudeville audo Ule Is probably an ex exhilarating exhilarating 1Xbilarating ¬
hilarating and uplifting experlencefor experlencealtorloglUmale exporience40rlegitimate j jlegitimate
legitimate stars cornered com rGd with one that tnatNat thatat thatNat
Nat at Goodwin and two female companions companionshad companionshad companiOnshad
had in an auto in JnConneetieut Connecticut on Satur Saturday Saturday 5aturday ¬
day While climbing a hilt the brakes brak brakbalked bkeibalked j jbalked
balked and the machine whirled back backdown backdown backdown
down the steen incline for a mile mU or so soat soat soat
at a hairraising halrralsln pace before Nat regained regainodcontrol reganodCOntrol
control The party finished their journey journeyIn jOvrn jOvrnIn journeyIn
In a buggy of the vintage of ofThe M MThe 8gThe
The countrys anxiety will be relievedby r relieved ll ved vedby
by the cable announcement from London Londonthat Londonthat Londonthat
that Ada Reeve has consented to make makean makean makean
an eight weeks tour of our vaudeville cir circuit elrcult dr drcult ¬
cult and for the paltry sum um of 2600 2600 a aweek awoek aweak
week too Probably an unusually large largeproportion lugeproportion largeproportion
proportion of the J20W 2OO 000 will 11l be real money moneyManagers money1IlInage moseyManagers
Managers of plays they imagine would wouldbo wouldbl wouldbe
bo big successes in New York but who whocant whocant whocant
cant find openings at any of the theaters theatersthere th ters tersthoro
there because of the long runs certain certainproductions certainproductions
productions are enjoying threaten to add addhalf addbalt
half a dozen more to the already amazing amazinglist mazlnglist
list of New York playhouse playhouseCornelius 1layhouHlCornelius
Cornelius Gardiner once an humble and andunwealthy GDdunw
unwealthy unw fllthy Washington correspondent correspondentcontinues 6orre orrespondnt pondent pondentcontinues
continues to gain fame and forUme in inthe intho
the West Mt as the manager of Checkers Checkersof
of which hlch he is Dart owner The continued continuedpopularity continuedpopularity continuedpopularity
popularity of the piece ece is remarkable remarkableManager remarkableIanager
Manager Henry W v Savage has had to toopen toopen
open war r on the ticket speculators ors who whoare whoare
are trying to bleed the New York public publicin He HeIn
in connection with the production of ofMadam ofIadam
Madam Butterfly at the Garden Thea Theater Tbater ¬
ter The advance sale of seats for the thePuccini tbePU
Puccini PU clnl opera was very 817 large and indi indicates bM11cates ¬
cates a highly suece successful New York sea season Mason seasot ¬
son for Manager Savages latest venture ventureCissy ventureCt
Cissy Ct LotIon Lon advisers have decided it itwill Itwill
will never do for her to appear in vaude vaudeville vaudeville ¬
ville in His Child which is said to be bebitterly beblturly bebitterly
bitterly realistic so she has switched to toThe toThe toThe
The Diamond Train Robbery a one oneact oneact oneact
act melodrama full of fun as well as asthrill asthrill
thrill Plainly Cissy aspires to do the theemotional tbeemotional
emotional emotionalTaking emotionalT8kJng
Taking cue ADd courage from tho fact factthat factthat
that the most successful fflvl of all his mu musical 1 1sIcK ¬
sIcK productions last season was that thatof thatof
of The Valkyrie Henry W S Savage vage is isreported Isreported
reported to contemplate e nt Jlplate organizing a com company eomIMUtY cornDeny ¬
Deny to give festival performances llee of ofWagners otWagners
Wagners Ring of the Niebeivng m mthe fa fathe
the leading musical centers Q tors of the sean country eDUAtry ¬
try This wilt not be done the present presentseason pntHftSO
season seasonWasslly I Ias
Wasslly as tly Safonoft formerly conductor con uetor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Ruslan Imperial Orchestra Orelt has ar arrived arrived ¬
rived in New York where he will have havecharge hawcharge
charge of the PhJI Philharmonic arIMlllc Society con concerts COIteorts conaorta ¬
aorta during the winter winterThe winterbe
The ptaysaalths who hammer out mole melodramas JMIoramas ¬
dramas ramas based on sensational happenings happeningsin
in real life have MV been slew about it Jt but buthave butMe buthave
have got there at last in the matter of the theSan theSU1
San Francisco earthquake and fire fireWhile firewne
While Frisco IeD Burns is the t title of o It Itand It ItaAd Ittad
and it will n be sprang on New York this thteweak tis tisk tisYes
weak k
Yes my lord but in dreadful trouble trmtMeat trwblet
at t least leaat she wa waAnd wu wuAnd
And then Desire broke down utterly and andsobbed aMsobbed andsobbsd
sobbed and cried and laughed Jug in the themanner themanner themanner
manner that women the wide v141 world over overhave oyerhave overhave
have always done and will always do un under ander onder ¬
der stress of circumstances Creefltngham Creefltnghamdid
did his beet to comfort her at last sue succeeding suecefdlng ¬
ceeding partially and he extracted some something aomething ¬
thing of the story she had to tell in inbroken Inbroken Inbroken
broken fragments from her tearwet lips MpsHe HPEIHe
He was content for the while with the themore Utemore
more important incidents for these t e had hadmade Rdmade
made him anxious xt0u8 to lose no more time timethan U Uthau timethan
than he could help helpWhile helpWhiM
While still conversing he sent the thelaunch Utelaunet thelaunch
launch at full speed toward tow the boat boathouse boathouse
house where arrived having havm first ob obtained 00tailled ohIsland ¬
Island from Desire the key he landed ftC fifteen ftClfoen litteen ¬
teen men and immediately ImmNlat ly dispatched dle atcbe4 the thelittle theUttle
little vessel back to the Sea Hawk giving givingthe gl1n gl1nthe
the girl in charge ot an officer ofilc r whom he healso heAJso healso
also bade tell OeItJen to bring the yacht yachtto
to the harbor of AttaIn with all possible possiblespeed poe tbleIIpM possiblespeed
speed lie feared to take Deeire with Mm Mmfor kimfor himfor
for she was vas still nervous and intensely intenselyoverwrought Intenelyoverwrought Intenselyoverwrought
overwrought and he imagined that he hecould hecould hecould
could do almost as well without her gold guidance gutdACe goldCrouching ¬
ACe anceCrouching ACeCrouching
Crouching on the sand he watched the thelaunch thelaunch theIatUICh
launch until it had passed from sight sightthen sightthen sightthen
then accompanied by his silent company companynoiselessly companynolslfIIIIIy companynoIselessly
noiselessly crept into the boathouee e care carefully eareCully carefully ¬
fully barring the door when all had en entered entered entered ¬
tered teredEach teredmach
teredEach
Each man lighted l hted the lantern with withwhich withwbleh withwhIch
which he had been previously provided providedCressingham pnn1dedCrcss1nrhAJII providedCreaslnghens
Cressingham fastened one end of a great greatball greatbAil greatball
ball of twine to a a piece of timber and andthen ndtben andthen
then shortly addressed ddr his followers followersGentlemen foUowersGentlemen followersGentlernen
Gentlemen he whispered It seems seemsto seemsto i
to me necessary to storm AttaIn tonight tonightfor tonlghtCor tonightfor
for a a lady lad stands in peril of her life a alady alady alady
lady who bo has already been inhumanly inhumanlyInsulted InhumanlyJnsulted InhumanlyInsulted
Insulted We re shall try to take tak the place placeby placeby placeby
by stratagem but if we fail in that we weshall wesball weshalt
shall not 11 t in open assault assault for though our ourenemies ourenemies ourenemies
enemies outnumber us we shall fight for forthe fortho forthe
the good of humanity and for the honor honorof honorot honorof
of a woman I must again impress upon uponyou uponOU uponyou
you OU the absolute necessity of silence and andobedience andobedience andobedience
obedience Fate has made me your our lead leader leader leader ¬
er and although some of you are my mysuperiors myliuperlors mysuperiors
superiors in official rank I rely upon you younone younone OU OUTtOn9
none the loss to accord me frank and andgenerous andgenerous andgenerous
generous support A word rd or 0 an exclama exclamation cxclamatl4m exclamation ¬
tion may suffice to warn our quarryi quarryitherefore quamthereforo quarr quarrtherefore
therefore I implore you ou to beware bewareTho bewareTho bewareThe
Tho lamplight showed the faces of fit fifteen fi fitf fitteen ¬
teen tf n gentlemen g ntl m6n men of breeding br dln and re refinement r rrnement refnement ¬
finement some possibly po patrician caste casteOne casteOne casteOne
One and all were resolute and serious seriousthey srlousth seriousthey
they th 1 listened attentively and nodded in inunbroken Inunbroken tounbroken
unbroken silonce silonceCressingham sllonceCress silonceCressiugham
Cressingham Cress Ingham appeared satisfied He Hepointed Hepointed Hepointed
pointed to the tunnel door and muttered mutteredThat mutteredhThat mutteredThat
That is our way follow me closely and andwithout andwithout andwithout
without sound Next instant tbe boat boathouse boathouse boathouse
house was again wrapped in silent gloom gloomthe gloomithe gloomthe
the Invasion of Attala had commenced commencedTO commence commenceTO
TO BE CONTINUED CO TIiUED TOMORROW TOMORROWSPECIAL TO TOMOIIROWSPECIAL IORnow IORnowSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESModern NOTICESModern
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plus push and brains explain explainthe explainthe explainthe
the character and distinctive distinctiveness distinctiveness distinctiveIICSS
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THE FIFTH SEMIANNUAL DIVIDEND DIVIDENDof
of two and onehalf 2 1 4 per cent has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been declared on the preferred stock of ofCompany ofthe ol olthe
the Washington Railway and Electric ElectrkCompany
Company payable December 1st 1906 to tostockholders to3tockholders I
stockholders of record November 20th Oth th 1906 1906Books 1906Books 1906Books
Books for the transfer of stock will be beclosed beolosed bEclosed
closed from November 20th 2 Oth 1906 to De Deoember Deoember Deoember
oember 1st 1906 both dates Inclusive InclusiveJAS Inclu8lYeJAS InclusiveJAS
JAS B LACKEY Secretary SecretaryED SecretaryEDMOND SecretaryEDMOD
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SIMPLIFIERS1REPLY SIMPLIFIERS1REPLYDr SIMPLIFIERS S IN ll REPLY REPLYDr
Dr Matthews Regrets Con Contioversy Controversy Controversy
troversy Over Spelling Spellingi SpellingOOMMITTEE SpellingOMMthEE
i COMMITTEE C MEETS THIS WEEKRetfnntlon WEEKcslssnatlon
Ilcaltnmtloii R of President Jordan JordanWill JordanVJII JordanWill
Will VJII Be Considered and Advisory AdvisoryBoard Addor AddorDoard AdvisoryBoard
Board May Question the th Methods MethodsAdopted 1lethodAdoptedXot
Adopted AdoptedXot Xot Willing to Talk on onthe ontile onthe
the Subject SubJectVork Work Had to Be Done Done2Cew DoneNew DoncNew
New York Y rk Nov No 11 UWhelh Whether r or not the thewar thewar thear
war w ar among the simple spoilers will be beserious ber1oU8 beerious
serious s depends largely J upon what the theexecutive tbeexecutive thexecutive
e executive committee of the simple spell spellIng spellag JI JIIng
Ing f ag board does Wednesday about the res resignatlon resIgnation
id ignatlon i Of President Jordan the presi president preJdent prealent ¬
dent d ent of Leland Stanford University The Theresignation ThereslgMUon TheeSignation
resignation r has been In the hands of ofProf otProf ofroL
Prof P roL Brander Matthews of Columbia Columbiachairman ColumbiachAirman
chairman c of the committee for three threeweeks threew threeeeks
weeks w eeks eo but the announcement of It came cameout camcout cameut
out o ut by way of San Francisco FranciscoProf FranciscoProf FranciscoProf
Prof Matthews said today that he be beHeved beHeved beewed
h Heved ewed the resignation had been caused by bya bya bymisapprehensIon
a misapprehension Prof Pro rot Jordan said that thatthere thatthere thathere
there t was too much much Matthews and too toomuch toomueh
much m uch Prof Calvin Thomas who is a Ger German Gerrnaa Geran ¬
man m an professor of Columbia to suit mem members members memets ¬
bers b ets of the advisory board who really reallywanted reallywanted reallyanted
wanted w anted to advise adviseProf kdvl kdvlPro adviseProf
Prof Pro Matthews says M S that that is not notreaJly notreaJly
reaJly r so and Charles E Sprague the lay laymember laymember layember
member m ember and treasurer treaeur r of o the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executiveommittee
committee c said today that some one had hadto hadto hado
to t o do the work anyway anywayRefrains anyWay anyWayUetralns anywayRefrains
Refrains from Personalities PersonalitiesI
I dont want to discuss the matter at ata2l ata1l atl
a2l al l said Prof Matthews at his home to today today toay ¬
day d ay I dont believe In entering Into per personalities personaHtle peronaittles ¬
sonalities s in an affair like this I have havenothing haveaolJdag haveothing
nothing n to say But If you will read the theannouncement theIUIlNKlneeJltent thennouncement
a announcement of the simplified spelling spellingboard spellingboard spellingoard
board b oard anent the 300 words word which Presi President Presldeet Prealent ¬
dent d ent Jordan says were changed you OU will willsee willHe willee
see s ee that these words word are merely those thosewhich thosewhich thosehich
which w hich have for years been published in inthe IntlM inhe
the t he three t ree dictionaries dicUonartesWebsters Websters The TheStandard TheStaJHlrd Thetandard
Standard S and the Century as variants variantsWe yarJantsW
We W w rs simply decided on which form was the thesimplest themplest
wsi
simplest 81 sim mplest and so stated in the announce announcement announcement announceeet ¬
ment mentOOPn m eet
mentPresldmt
OOPn President Roosevelt throw his weight weightin
in i n favor of the simpler variants That Thatis ThatIs Thats
is I s alL I dont want to enter into a dis discussion diseUlNlloR disneslea ¬
cussion e of the personal side Ide of the argu argument argut argumoot ¬
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