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6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD KALDONDAYOVLBER MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1908
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Publication Office
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the postaQce at a Washington D D a C under act ac Ji JiCoogrcM IICooiRH t tCQugma
CoogrcM of March 3 1878 1878SCOTT 132scorr
SCOTT C C BONE Editor EditorEraeit EdhorErnest
Ernest H Merrick Trcaiurer and Builneii Manager ManagerQareuce Managerclarence
clarence C C Archibald Advcrtii Advcr Advertising i isf f Maoijer MaoijerJ
J T Hwry Cunninfham AuiMter AuiMterduties AucHterChailcs AucNterc1a1ci
duties C Thompson Mechanical Superintendent SuperintendentTelephone SupcriatendeotTelephone SupceuicnJcneTelephone
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 91 M06 M06Primed 1100Primed 1106Primed
Primed for the Fray FraySenator Fra FraSenator 1raySenator
Senator Titiman Td mau Is in the thick of ofthe otthe ofthe
the ftght His pitchfortc twangs above abovehis abovahis abovihia
his bead and d shrill dettaace de names t thia from fromhte troInhis
his lips Silence him on the race question questionWhat quqtlonWhat questIonVhat
What powers be there high bI or low to toeffect tot tot4feet
effect t so tremendous tremencloua HJL estoppel Like Likethe Likethe Likethe
the eternal procesc2s proces oC the universe universeTillnum universeflllmaR universeTiliman
Tillnum must go 0 on inevitable inevitableless NIIIOI eless remorseless
less unrelenting un tiJtt That handful of Chi Chicago ChIcago QImgo ¬
cago blacks Is trying as did the old wo woman woman Weman ¬
man to sweep back the sea with a broom broomattempting IMoomattempUug broomattempung
attempting the rooite fOOl uuefctntj uuetc the im impossible 11ftpoasible bcepossible ¬
possible and trifling with wftb the unthink unthinkable un unthinkuble thlnk thlnkube ¬
able Where did 4k they ever set et the idea ideathat Ideatha Idesthat
that tha t the broadax te the weapon superior superiorto
to the pitchfork pitchforkOur pitchforkOur pitchforkOur
Our sympathies go out to the women womenwho womeJwho womenwho
who have become the buffers bu < ers between betweenTillman betweeATUlman betweenTiliman
Tillman and his quarry They thought tboUCbtonly thoubtonly i ionly
only to raise rate a fund for the afflicted and andthe anetthe andthe
the povertystricken for the relief of scat suffering mifering scattenng ¬
fering and the cure of the diseased but butthey Putthey butthey
they have raised also lao the stupendous stupendousnutation stupeudousLtjmtlon tvpmclouqueation
nutation Can O1 Tillman be suppressed suppressedThere BUPPedThere auppremedThere
There will be thundering answer to that thatquestion thatqueetton thatquestion
question on Tuesday Tuetl y night The country countrymay countrymay countrymay
may look for tbrttte and perturbations perturbationsbut
but the Interrogation Inter tJon will w l be settled once onceand onceand onceand
and for all time timeNever timeNever timeNever
Never again will temerarious lecture lecturecommittees leet leetlomlllttees lecturecommittees
committees venture to suggest s t that Till Tillman TIllman Tillman ¬
man subside and be effaced They will willlearn winJearn willIeani
learn that he te the Great G 1t Unstoppable UnstoppableThe lljstoppebieThe Ie IeThe
The simple lilt JI for Panama and Porto PortoRico PwtdRico PertoRico
Rico now nowElkins DOWElkins nowEI1ns
Elkins Stands Sumds bj bO the Senate SenateSince SonatestltCe SencateSince
Since a little white ago it to Mea beesme seam a one oneof oneof
of the fads of the times t1u to trounce the theSenate ueSenatAt theSenate
Senate of the United States St tIs there have havebeen Mftbeen leavebeen
been few f fewtoo too few in all justice Jt1ceto justiceto to say saya a1l mya
a gnod word for that maligned legislative legislativebody IeIeiatIvebody thTe thTebody
body Indeed so little of late years has hasbe bun hasbeen
be been n spoken en or written wrlU hi kindness ktIMI or orevent orOvent orevent
event justification of the Senate that it itseems Itaeems Itseema
seems almost t novel when a member has hasthe JJathe baathe
the temerity to ate forward and lift Ms Msvoice bIaol hisyoke
voice ol e in its behalf But that Is just what whatSenator whatSenator whatSenator
Senator Stepbes StepbetB B Elkins ElIIJas of West Vir Virginia VIrInla virginla ¬
ginia Inla has done donerktu dOiI4I doneIa
I Ia scm serc rktu and i ccs u Ilece wile He Hen at set setwell
well n Iast 4 aW1 aea wb wlea tie < fe fethe set kMiII kas t su it ita itt
a t e1k aMwt aMwttw tbr tbrtie
the Senate The Thefclkwr dmdese of e aiR s CIa CIatcJlcMr visit visitfdlloqv
fclkwr uw uwnark die dssdesc of the IeIIIIIe sud It we Imark wmMmark
mark a backward Movemeat in the soetol condition conditionnxwla eGBIIIdoaJDft1l codItiosmssIi
nxwla iatelliscaet Met v and integrity ef tfce msile msileThe PIIIThe ppIsThe
The Senate itesMndi Men of nbflftj aWltiJand expetfcace expetfcaceand easrlmmand
and character UK world k it adreoctex adcancIs to h istel istelligrnce iIIteIliamce istalligenc
ligrnce and rirtve Yirt1Itbcttu mcIni a > t1 d is a froHXBK imis vtacr ad sadbctt adbetter
better bctt r and sadm a big M tSda metlas luatlaun ad we alter alterUK aQaJtile miasthe
UK Mailings bIes of Hte JftIaU rtjr under our ea ptamsit pemettution Oansti Oanstitation 0uIIItItattoa
tation tattoa the be beet MR win be chosen cm for high highplace JddapIaocs hi hiplaces
place pIaocs AtthooRh tile t tb Senate do do not mpopd to tojwpnlar toJ10IInlar topoezlar
jwpnlar pMaioM oi or clamor it baa BM not tailed In a ahundred ahulldml ahundred
hundred yean au to reflect the diefIl Mtsm JssjiiiiHrt dpamt cad cadwrll sadwellcectaiasd
wrll wrlland wellcectaiasd fIl wIdeos aced lua aC die I IIIaaDd pceciand
and to pot Ibm into enduring thrlag ktr ktrThe JalllThe JawThe
The grandest randest tribute to man Is by man manThe JIUUIThebett manThebest
The Thebett best tribute to the Senate can be had hadof Mdof
of a Senator SenatorSixtysix SenaUMSixtymx SenatorSixtyaix
Sixtysix years aatj 0 when Clay Cal Calhoun Calhoun Calbeen
houn and Webster were at the zenith of offame otfame oftame
fame Charles Dickens the great t reporter reporterof
of human nature visited Washington Tash on and andrioeely IUIClrloflely andIoecly
rioeely scrutinised the Senate and Its en environment ea1ronmfl1t enIronment ¬
vironment He gave the result of months monthsof monuof monthsof
of observation and reflection in the re regrjtful regrdtul regrtra
grjtful opinion that a moat unhappy ppy din distrust dis distrust dintrust ¬
trust of public servants prevailed among amongour AJIIOftlour amongour
our people He wrote wroteYou wroteYGilt wroteTat
You M aooner sc ad et 1IP p an ids blat than tIM you a Me Meto c sure sureto scmto
to poll it down ciic uA dun th it into mumrti frthis and seaLthis andthis
this this became dtaccuy jron sc Kw mruI d a a benefactor w a apnbne a1QbUc aIc
pnbne Ic caciset murt you 3 datrost Mm Idan Merely baesme he heh hai
h i rewuded stud It inu inme1IaeIr edtUely er aaniy an yoondft to toand tAtInd to5n4
and out etcher that yea haw bee Well too bMBtttul hi hiyour Iarour Isyour
your acfcnowlsiBniiirtr acbow or that he k rate hi isdectn bfc bfcdec IdIrq
dec dectn rta Any An rq Man n who rb attoins a hfcn place IIIIceruu amon amonyou ascyou
you front fr Uw IVeaUeat I domnmrd easy date datedownfall bfc bfcdownfall bhdownfalL
downfall from f that Tel yce moment for forline any printed printedmilitate prkdcdline
line tba that say DOtcduuI 1iUain w skMecIi It Itmilitat ftmilitate
militate directly aeaimt the conduct and 811 character characterof
of a IMe Jie aiipmls any KM at ones I Ibelieved to Jeer tIWnII lAId II IIlitftd JabeIieed
believed litftd You Y aflt strain lira at a gnat gnattrustfulness ba tM way of oftrwItfulMll oftructfuue
trustfulness tructfuue bat yon OIl will walkm a whole wholeof eua euag mmcm mmcmIL <
of IL camels if they an laden WIth WIthand nawwthy donate donateand Caand
and mean tnapkjom idoas In lids well well think you or orlikely orUllel1 orlikety
likely to dente tI tot chancier zametir of the eoremoet auara or orthe orIOfeIMd orthe
the autetaed among ami you youAnd t tAnd r rAnd
And James Madison one of the fore foremoat fortmoat fore3mot
moat architect of the Senate said Id of ofSenators oCSenators ofSenators
Senators when the foundations toundatJoM of c the therepublic tftttrtpubllc therepublic
republic had just been mid JaldWith laidWIth midWith
With raspeet to their r ruipsurthihli 1WIIAR It k Ieto itto HMnill HMnillto
to conceit how It cool could bt hsuaastd Kmy xIkIeh ery eta etaderation sindderatm
deration that can influence the tileII hnman mind anoX anoXft asdcas
II ft honor Ol oaf oafcountry oaths iM NplltaIbts csaecIcsce uc s c cOOUBtrT ifmuntry
country f fa faMilF aiossi Hi attodmnts Ud Wf WfA oer oerscacrity
a security for their tbckDickens ddhy tdeHQoDicken ddhyDickens
Dickens comments were with the days daysto daysto daysto
to which it Is often suggested u e8ted the glory gloryof gloryof Iory IoryOr
of the Senate has departed It te but Ute Utemystic UtemystJe themystic
mystic glamour of distance which gives givesthe givesthe 1 1the
the oldtime Senate a seeming superiority superiorityover ruperIorftover
over the Senate of today Ever con conspicuously conspleuoUlJly eonspicuouniy ¬
spicuously within the public gaze gas He Hesense U2sense Itesense
sense of responsibility is more compelling compellingto
to right than wrong Not one of its itshosts Itshoat Itshoat
hosts hoat of critics crtU e itles Is so careful r12t of what W Wsays ItSAS herays
says and does with 1th respect to the public publicwelfare pubUewelfare publicwelfare
welfare as the average Senator SenatorDisregarding SenatorD1sreprding SenatorDisregarding
Disregarding that grim facetious ta loU vein veinof veinof veinof
of Senator Vance when he said he might mightbe ml mightbe t tbe
be like one of his constituent who when wheninvited wMnIn1ttd whenhwlted
invited to go to a poHtteal barbecue said saidhe Kidhe saidbe
he was one of tno tnosponslMUty tn those who hirk no re reIponslblUty ro roaponslbIllty
sponslMUty and shrink from no refresh refreshments refreahmentaJ rere rerements ¬
ments as well us the reminder of Proc Proctor Proctor Proctor ¬
tor Knott that Utltele there te not an office officefrom office officefrom ofileefrom
from President down that any of us would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not relieve the people of the trouble of ofholding ofholdiftl ofholding
holding and of which we would not hero heroically ero1ca1l heroIcally ¬
ically 1ca1l shoulder the emoluments we w may maystlil maysun maystIll
sun look at our Senate and congratulate congratulateourselves eGftfTatulat6ourselns tongratniateourselves
ourselves that it remains the high hl school schoolof choolof schoolof
of American statesmen statesmenHow atateameuHow statesmenHow
How many of our most distinguished distinguishedmen dl tJngulshen1en
men has it not improved in conduct < and andadvanced andadVlmced andadvanced
advanced in wisdom Only lust session sessionSenator aooSenator sessionSenator
Senator Ben Titlman was by Senator SenatorSpooner SenatorSpooner SenatorSpooner
Spooner and other brethren advised ed to tohis tohis tohis
his taco faco as that face fa WR wq suffused < with withflushes withfiushec withflushes
flushes of mixed sense nae of unanticipated unanticipatedpleasure unanticipatedplenaurc unanticipatedpleasure
pleasure and modest consciousness of un
worthiness that he bad made distinct distinctprogress distinctprogre distinctprogress
progre progress that he had deepened widenedand widenedand widened widenedand
and grown taller since he had become a aSenator aSenator aSenator
Senator SenatorThat SenatorThat SenatorThat
That the Senate Is capable of Improving Improylngour
our greatest men no impartial observer observerCAn observercan
can doubt and the most obdurate Sena Senator Senttor
tor will confess It Is this very fact that thatfills thatmis
fills our minds with glowing emotions emotionswhen emotionswben emotionswbe
when wbe there titer arises the prospect of a fur further further furtiter
ther refinement retlne nt by the Senate of the tic gold g goldwithin kl klwithin
within the nature of Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltwhen Rooseveltwhen Rooseveltwhen
when ho takes his place as a Senator from fromNew fromN fromNew
New N York YorkNow YorkNow YorkNow
Now It te 1 suggested that David R RFrancis R RFrancia ItFrancis
Francis would make a fine candidate for forthe torthe forthe
the Democrats in KflS l00 Mr Ir Francis should shouldthink sitotddthink shouldthink
think It over well before growing unduly undulyelated undulyelated induIyelated
elated over that suggestion suggestionHokc suggoettonIIoke suggestionllokc
Hokc Smith the Democratic Moses MosesThe lloscsThe MosesThe
The Accomac News wants to see a aSouthern ASouthern a aSouthern
Southern man nominated for the Prest Prestdency PreIddeney Presidency
dency next time Whether hother this paper paperevidently Plipele1dently paperevidently
evidently Democratic takes its ideas from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Jim Griggs School or the Senator SenatorRayner SenatorRayner SenatorRayner
Rayner School we are re not prepared to tosay toy tosay
say y but in some of Its ideas it Is 1 not only onlysensible onlyenalble onlyenalbie
sensible but unique The News advocates advocatesHon advocateslIon advocatesHon
Hon Hoke Smith as the standard bearer bearerfor 1M bearerfor r rfor
for 19C8 1IC6 and says saysWe saJaWe saysWe
We bettera b tere if all the Sffittbs ia this MuaUy at atours otINri atsirs
ours woaM unite Yfch the Detcaraue DmKcra l party in psHc psHcone Vfiotilt ant anttho
one orer Oftt one ef their maw el f whom they UIr7be ahowM ahowMbe MsenMbe
be more than proud irraqxctirs 1fI of natty aaWattoaa aaWattoaathat a10MUmthat IIIUII IIIUIItbat
that the picsent dele of aneeoM vMnk n1de k Xtit IaIs lt nt z zto
to toad the DeaoaaUe D lanks Ja seeM omiSow nuso MM MMLets sad UtItJaIB sadtp
tp this 8IIUDtr7 flea eantor Ie ckemieresm ckemieresmLots JUIl C CLEts
Lets set to I work on the SstKh family It k a bet bettor w bittea
tea praporitian 1 a 1ft tha thaThe than DftIIIftulit WIIenIItIp el asS nIIoThe asSThe
The Smiths compose comp se a mightly clan clanand elanaJld clanand
and they could no doubt dou t be easily herded herdedand herdednd herdedand
and nd shown 0wJ the great < opportunity before beforethem beforethem beforethem
them What with 1th the solid South and andthe andthe andthe
the great army of Smiths to be rallied ralliedfrom raJII raJIIfrom ralliedfrom
from outside points the way really seems seemsstrewn HemSstrovft seemsstrewn
strewn with political rows already But Butmerely But ButnMIly Butmerely
merely as a precaution Jones should go goOR 10on goon i
on for the second place placeAny placeAny pieceAny I
Any way you look at It It a Smith and aadJones aRdJones andJones
Jones ticket t1eketeepeclaUy especially one onebeadeti headed by the theunimitated Utew theunintitMed
unimitated w and inimitable Hoke Hok Smith Smithwould Smltwoaicl Smithwould
would be mighty powerful In the electoral electoralcollege electoraleoUge electoraleolisge
college collegeThose eoUgeThole eolisgeThose
Those politicians who have been eellatg specu speculating peculatiag ¬
lating as to Just who would boss Gov Govelect GOYelecl Govelect
elect Hughes seem somewhat Mewhat surprised 51Irprl ed edwElt as aswell aswtII
well as pained pat to learn that that Mr Haghes HaghesIntends Hwg Hwg1m Haghenintends
Intends 1m to be his own wn hoes bomThe ONThe hoesThe
The harriman Way WayThe WayThe n nThe
The master of oneseventh of the rail railroad railroad railread ¬
road mileage of the country and directing directingthe cltrecthllthe directingthe
the operations of two billion dollars of ofwealth ofwalth ofwealth
wealth invested in tha countrys ooun yS vast sys system systern s stem ¬
tem of transportation Edward H Harri Harrinuut Harrtman Harriman
man says 8 that we have ha railroads ratlroadsnow enough enoughnow enoughnow
now He adds that in future the best bestpolicy MtpoIky beetpolicy
policy of railroads will be to develop the therich thertch therich
rich territory through which they operate operateimprove operateImprove operateimprove
improve the lines and terminals the roll rolling roUInI rolllug ¬
lug stock and the general facilities for forhandling torbaQd forhandling
handling baQd freight to the highest hl heat standard standardof
of efficiency Any proposition which whichwould whlehwould whichwould
would by agitation or otherwise injure injurethe Injunthe Injurethe
the credit of bit transportation companies companiesso
so they would not be able to raise capital capitalfor capitalfor capitalfor
for improvements provts would seriously HlJou Iy aJCect aJCectthe a aeetthe < eet eetthe
the business of the country declares declare Mr MrHarrimaa MrHarrlBtan ltrHarriman
Harriman HarrimaaIt
It Is this tb hitter suggestion which un undoubtedly undoubtedly candoubtedly ¬
doubtedly will arrest t the attention of ofthoughtful ofthouchttul ofthoughtful
thoughtful students of American affairs affairsMr aJraJrslr affairsMr
Mr Harriman te aware aware of course that thatnobody thatn thatnObody
nobody n of sense wishes wl es anything any to be bedone bedone bedone
done that in the least te calculated to in injure Injure Injuts ¬
jure the railroads of the country JJ JJa Being Beinga
a man ef a high hl h order of intelligence he hemust hemust hemust
must also be aware that the very thing thingagainst thDAplat thingagainst
against which be Inveighs Is the feature featureof featuro fentureof
of railroad financiering that the country countryis
is determined to curb and control The Thestrangest TheUtu Thestrangest
strangest Utu fact Caet the most grotesque phase phaseof pbueof phaseof
of railroad management in the United UnitedStates Unitedstat UnitedStates
States stat and the factor which distinguishes distinguishesit
it from railroad management in other ethercountries othercouatrtea othercountries
countries te the fixed habit or or policy of ofrailroad otraJlroacl ofrailroad
railroad financiers constantly to increase increasethe IDCrtIUethe Increasethe
the debts of the properties they control controlThe controlThe contrelThe
The process of excessive capitalization capitalizationof
of the railroads must be stopped some somewhere somewhere me mewhere ¬
where It has progressed to such a point pointnow pointnow pointnow
now that even so astute a financier ftAa er as Mr MrHarrlman lrHarrllBA MrHarriman
Harriman would arrest wholly the fur further fur further further ¬
ther development of the nations railroad railroadsystem railroadnSlem railroadsystem
system In order that the lines established establishedcan establishedcan
can ca continue eo Unue to add to their debts debUJ which whichsimply w whichsimply lch lchalmplr
simply means in most cases a a useless in increase 111ereue Increase ¬
crease of their fixed charges On this thisprinciple tbt tbtIJIinctple thisprinciple
principle there would be no more new newroads DeWroIIds newroads
roads built and no considerable CO exten extensions extensions extenaloes ¬
sions of those t we already have That Thatthere Thatthere Thatthere
there Is demand for more roads ie too tooevident toovklent tooevident
evident to require argument There are arestill arestill arestill
still vast stretches retches of the country that are arenot areDot arenot
not touched by a railroad Without rail railroads ranIOIUIs r1Ireeds ¬
roads these sections cannot be developed developedThe deYeJopdThe developedTh
The Th Harriman system would deprive them themof thmor themof
of the only old means by which bleb they can be bebrought bebro bebrought
brought bro t under cultivation cultivationSome cultivationSome cultivationSame
Some day the lawmakers will look Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the Harriman way of administering rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road property propertyIt o oIt
It Is now proposed to build a million milliondollar milliondollar mo modollar
dollar park to surround Pennsylvanias Pennsylvaniasnew
new capitol We presume it will take takeabout takeabout takeabout
about five or six millions to do It ItStandard It ItStandard ItStandard
Standard Oils Defense DefenseThe DefenseTbe DefenseThe
The board rt1 of directors of the Standard StandardOil Sta StandardOH An1
Oil Company of New Jersey has issued issueda
a circular to the stockholders of that thatcompany thatC thatcompany
company C containing the statement which whichmay whichmay kleh klehmay
may appear surprising to many people peoplethat peopletbat peoplethat
that the companys position is canes unassailable unuSl canessalable ¬
sailable Sl IabI8 both from a legal and a moral moralstandpoint moralstan4tpolnt moralstandpoint
standpoint It is further asserted that thatAt thatt thatat
At t every step the th utmost utJ t care has been beenobserved beenob beenobserved
observed ob ko conduct the business hon honestly honestty leonestty ¬
estty and fairly tal y And in accordance ae < with withnot wttknot withnot
not only the spirit but the technical re requirements re requtrenteftts requirenccnts ¬
quirements of the law lawAll lawAU lawAll
All this may ma be b literally true and yet yetact yetHOt yeticot
act a perfect defense against the many manyallegations manyaJlegatlolUl manyallegatIons
allegations of wrongdoing brought against againstUKJ Al againstLice n t ttie
tie Standard We have no doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that the Standard OH Company of New NewJersey NwJerHY NewJersey
Jersey is a legally l lIy organized corporation corporationWe eorporatlonWe corporationWe
We are quite ready to believe that it has hasnot hasnot baanot
not exceeded e ceeded its corporate powers rs as asgranted asFanted asgranted
granted by the State of New Jersey JerR We Weare 1Yoare Weare
are even prepared to accept the state statement statemeat statemost ¬
meat that this particular corporation If Ifit IfIt IfIt
it be not held responsible for the acts of ofits orIts ofits
its subsidiary sUWtdlary companies has done nothing nothingin
in violation of public morality for it is isholding IIa Isa
a holding company and Its chief function functionis
is to own the stock of some seventy other othercorporations othercorporation ethercorporations
corporations and to receive reeeh and pay divi dividends dlvldeDCIs dlviilends ¬
dends That function doubtless doubU has been beenhonestly beenboDH beenhonestly
honestly boDH Y performed But do these ad admteaions admltosIons admissions
missions meet the Issue raised hi the thegovernments thepvernments thegovernments
governments suit against the Standard StandardThe StandardThe StandardThe
The government alleges that the Utovs Utovscorparatiens anus anuscorporations arkni arknicorporations
corporations and individuals constituting constitutingwhat C9nstftttCIqwtat constitutingwhat
what is popularly known as the Standard StandardOil Standarr1on StandardOil
Oil trust are engaged ed in a conspiracy for forthe forthe forthe
the restraint of trade and for the monop monopoly monopoly monopely ¬
oly of oil production and distribution that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the have entered into contracts with witheach wltbeacIt witheach
each other for th the furtherance of the theconspiracy ihe ihecooapirac thecoracy
conspiracy coracy and that they have forced the therailroads tberailroads therailroads
railroads to grant them reduced and din discrhninating dla dlaerlmlnatlng dincrimluating
crhninating rates on their products to the thedamage thedamap thedamage
damage of their competitors It will be beseen De8Een beseen
seen that the simple assertion that the theStandard theSCaBdanl theStandard
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey is isa IsII Isa
a legal and moral corporation n has very veryHi verylii
Hi tie bearing cn the ease to be tried at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis LouisA LouisA LouisA
A director of the Standard has been beenquoted beenquoted beenquoted
quoted as saying 5aID that whenever there was W
any doubt as to the legality of its acts actsthe actsthe actsthe
the facts have boon laid before counsel counseland counseland counsoland
and that In not a single instance has hasanything hasanything hasanything
anything been done that the companys companyslawyers companyslawyers companyslawyers
1 lawyers have declared Illegal This Thl state statement statement statemont ¬
i ment may be accepted as true also but butgovernment butguvernment butgovernment
i government Investigations especially Into Intothe Intotbe Intothe
1 the railroad favors enjoyed by the Stand Standard Standard Standard ¬
ard have disclosed many clever devices devicesfor dcvlc65for devicesfor
for < the evasion of the law while ap apparently ap apparontly nppoTently ¬
1 poTently keeping within Its letter Gov Government Govornment 0everument ¬
ernment < lawyers have taken a different differentview dfrterentiew differentview
view iew of the legality of these transajtions transa2tlonsand
and hundreds of indictments have been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
brought against the Standard based on onthe onUte onthe
the theory that they are In violation of oflaw otlaw t tIB
law lawIt IB lawIt
IBIt It has been said in defense of the Stand Standard Stundard Standard ¬
ard that these thee alleged infractions of law lawappear IILwlJMftr lawappear
appear to be merely longestablished longestablishedshipping lonostabUshedlpping longestablishedshipping
shipping lpping customs ou toms the Illegality of which which1ms whichbs whichlies
lies never been determined by tho courts courtsVCommon courtsCommon courtsCommon
Common business practices Is i the des designation dea19oallon denIgnatlosa ¬
ignation frequently applied by corporation corporationattorneys corporationattorneys corporationattorneys
attorneys to trust actions complained of ofas oras ofas
as injurious and unlawful We shall pres presently preslIU prosently ¬
ently lIU see whether certain common bus business busInes busIneaspractlcos ¬
iness Ineaspractlcos practices guaranteed legal by trust trustlawyers trustlawyers trustlawyers
lawyers will pass muster In a court of ofJustice orju ofjustice
Justice JusticeIs ju t1ee t1eeIs
Is the country wedded to a policy of oftariff oftartfl oftariff
tariff robbery robhey asks an Indiana contem contemporary contemporary cantemporary ¬
porary We V are not sure but if It is tho thocountry thoco thecountry
country co un tI Is clearly entitled to a divorce divorcewith dlvorcowith divorcewith
with alimony alimonyDeath alllftOftYDeath alimonyDeath
Death of a Good Citizen CitizenHenry CitizenHenr CitizenHenry
Henry Henr C C Burch proprietor p of the 3Bb 3Bbbitt E Ebitt Et Etbitt
bitt House House who has passed away was wasa vILSII wasa
a modest but useful u etul factor In Washing Washington W Washington hlnG hlnGton ¬
ton life Statesmen Stat smen army and navy of officers offtcers ofdeem ¬
deem business lus1neen men valued his friendship friendshipand trlendhlpand friontlahipand
and esteemed teemed him highly He was a ahighminded abihmlnded ahighminded
highminded honorable gentleman and andmany andmany andmany
many a heart here and elsewhere will willbe wit witbe itl itlbe
be made sore by the message me sage of his de demise d dmise dsmice ¬
mise A selfmade man he belonged to toboth toboth
both the old and the new Washington He Hegrew lIegrew
grew with the Capital was bf the type typeof typeat typoof
of substantial citizenship that makes for forreal forreal forreal
real progress and development development The gen generous generous gen01OUS ¬
erous kindly acts of his h daily life un unheralded Unheralded haheralded ¬
heralded will be remembered lovingly by byemployes byenaploQI byecuployca
employes and other others brought in contact contactwith contactwith contactwith
with him and Washington 1V lngton will mourn mournthe mournthe mournthe
the lose of one of its representative men menThe m mThe menThe i
The captain of a ship whipped the entire entirecrew OAtirlcrew entirecrew
crew In order to put down a mutiny mutinyThats maUn maUnTbats mutinyThats
Thats the way to be a truly strenuous strenuousboss str strenuousboss nU9US nU9USall
boss alt 11 right rightAlso IithtA18o rIghtAlso
Also no one has thought to remark that thatSigner thatSiaMr thatSaaer
Signer Caruso may now resume the even eventenor avontnor eventenor
tenor of his way wayTbat wayTbat wayThat
Tbat man A with wl 9M M i0O and nd a dr dMi desire t twed to towed towed
wed Mme Calve seems hard to locate JoaatoPerbaps loottoPerhapn
Perhaps the roll Is only stage money ntonoyafter monayalter moneyafter
after alL alLThe aJLThe allTb
The Tb output of the Idcent eent magazine con continues CCHtJnu conUnuen ¬ i
tinues tJnu with unabated vigor vt r both by the thepublishers thepubU thepublishers
publishers pubU bers and the man who empties the thewaste tMwaste thewaste
waste basket basketMr baRetI baRetMr basketMr
I
Mr Croker has uw improved so very wy much muchin ntuehi muchIn
i in thought deed and word lIMe he hemoved hemond hemoved
moved to England that New York rather ratherintimates ratherinUmatee ratherIntimates
intimates that a move mo a a few thousand thousandmites tIIouMuMt1M thousandmiles
mites 1M still UII farther East would help helpMr MIne MIneI somemore
I more moreI moreir
I
i Mr ir James J Hill H I says the farmer gee gamthe geeI getsthe
I the worst OrSt of it it Especially in the U matter matteref matterCf r
i ef campaign ealnpslc literature and political ad advice advice advice ¬
vice viceThat
viceTbat
That man who invented an attU 81IiOJMIIe1e 81IiOJMIIe1eprob aonsbIIebank nsMe 1 1bank I
bank probably ly realised ralt the absolute e noose aMeli nooseitty u usity
i sity of the one for the U other otherpride otMrIt etherIt
It may be be just as A writer ays mere lMIepride merepride
pride that cacses a man to prefer planked plankedtenderloiK plaakedteaderlol Plenliadteisdeciela
tenderloiK to hamburger steak but there thereare thereue thereare
are excellent reason to think otherwise otherwiseSuppose otherwtMi otherwiseSuppose
i Suppose SUPIJOHme some Santa Anna should In Invsde i iI invsde
vsde ve e Texas demands a Boston paper paperThe paperThe paperThe
The Houston Post thinks Santa Claus Claaswould Clavawould Clauswould
I
would easily crowd him clean oc o the deck deckSignor deckSlpor deckSignor
Signor Caruso probably thinks the Uteor scale scaleof malesof
of justice in this country are composed composedprincipally COIIIpcIIIMdprlDCIpaJly composedprincipally
principally of 510 O notes notesi DO DOPerbap notesPerhaps
i Perhaps Mteslsctppt te going gelD to have baY two twoholidays twoholtdaYII twoholidays
holidays because the people just couldnt couldntbe
be sufficiently thankful for Gov Varda Vardamaa 1ardamaa Vardaman
maa in one oneYou oneYou oneYou
You should be thankful t that you have haveto haveto haveto
to straggle along for your daily broad broadsays breaclys breadsays
says ys young Mr Rockefeller Roek eUer Yes indeed indeedotherwise ladetdotberwlM Indeedotherwise
otherwise how would it be possible to cul cultivate CQItivate en entivate ¬
tivate a breed of young Mr Rockefellers Rockefellersto
to give sage S e advice like that thatWe thatW thatWe
We W do not know exactly what it Is that thatSpain utSpaSn thatSpain
Spain and Morocco are fixing to fight fiSAtI fightabout i iabout
I about but we rather suspect it Is the thefeatherweight theI thefeatherweight
featherweight championship championshipItappearsthat championshipItalpeanrtAat champIonshipItappearathat
I
Itappearsthat Upton SlnckiJrfS Utopia Utopiafinds Ut4tpiantll UtopIalinde
finds It difficult to preserve pre rve its popu popularity popuJarfty popslarity ¬
larity says the Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerPerhaps D1errhaps DealerPerhaps
Perhaps rhaps he scorns the use of efficient ofltdontpreservatives OmctOAtpreeervatlYeL efficientpreservatives
preservatives preeervatlYeLBetween preservativesBetween preservativesBetween
Between President Presk1 nt Roosevelt Roo and S Stor Stor Seem Seemtor
tor Tillman the negro revolutionists are areworking areworking areworking
working overtime these days daysIf daysIt daysIf
If Chicago has set out to put the lid lidon lidOft lidon
on Senator Tlllman the beet we can de dete deIs doIs
Is to wish Chicago a pleasant and safe safereturn saC saCreturn safereturn
return trip tripEmperor tripEmperor tripEmperor
Emperor William has been talking of ofi ofblmself ofhimself
i himself says a cable cabl Why not save savetoils savetoU savetolls
toils toU by simply wiring Bmporor BmpororWifflam BmpororWifflamtalking WIHItmtalking WIHItm wmlamtalking
talking and let it go 0 at that thatWhats tha thatWhats t tWhats
Whats the use of Thanksgiving Day Dayanyhow Daynybow Dayanyhow
anyhow when Congress meats in a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days after afterA afterl afterlA afterA
A gang of Pittsburg burglars stole tjtol tjtolt a aset aset
set t of surveyors instruments Ute other othernight othernht othernight
night Probably fixing to get a line on onthe onthe onthe
the next town townCongressman townCongreseman townCongressmen
Congressman Littleneld says Samuel SamuelCampers SamuelGomIS SamuelGoinpers
Campers is Isa a trouble maker Mr Ir Little Littlofteld Llttloftdd LittleAcid
Acid wants no more of his output either eitherMr eltberllr eitherMr
Mr Hearst stands ready at all times timesto tlnl86to tlrtesto
to respond to the call of his party says saysChairman M MCbalrmtUt saysChairman
Chairman Fwgy Connors And it Is Ishte ishie ishis
his party too for he bought it and paid paidfor paidfor paidfor
for it with his own money moneyConsidering moneyConsidering moneyConsidering
Considering the fact that the Ohio fine fineagainst fineagalMt fineagainst
against the Standard was only 6080 6080when 6080 6080when 6000when
when it might ml ht have been SGGOOCQS 690Oe further furtherlawing furtherJawing furtherlawing
lawing on the subject by the company companywould companywould companywould
would seem to be very shortsighted shortsightedMontenegros shortsightedMontenegros shortsightedMontenegros
Montenegros first parliament Is holding
its sittings at Cettlnje which really seems scornsabout seemsabout seemsabout
about the right rt t place placeThat placet placetThat placeThat
That man who invented the phonograph phonographthat phonographthat phonographthat
that can be heard a mile should be besternly besternly besternly j
sternly suppressed Think of having 1ulln to towalk towalk towalk
walk fifteen or twenty city blocks in inorder Inord inorder
order ord r to escape hearing the lady plead pleadwith plmd1th pleadwith
with 1th Willie to waltz her around again againOver againOvcr againOver
Over the Paternal Knee KneeFrsm JnccPNIII KneeFma
Frsm the e CVrdand Leader LeaderWot LaderWot LmdaWot
Wot did th superintendent do to yer yerwen yerWOD yerwen
wen yer was caught cauPl smokin cigarettes cigarettesTurned clgarUGSTurnedJM cigarettosTurned
TurnedJM Turned me over to th princlpul princlpulWot Drlnclpul DrlnclpuluVot principulrot
uVot rot d be dor dorTurned do douTwrnetl doTurned
Turned me over to me teacher An Anturned aho ahoturned aboturned
turned me over to ua uaWot 14L1t 14L1tWot nsWot
Wot did yer ua do doTurned doTurned doTurned
Turned me over his Well Wot lot d yer yerspose yerspose er erspose
spose he donor donorDoc donerDOCR done doneDoes
Doc Does Xot Want Another Haiti Ul1IUtrrftl Haiti9r HaitiPram
9r Pram U u Santanak Sinh mh News NewsObligation XedObligation XeasObligation
Obligation rests upon us to do the th tory forybest Tarybest torybest
best that can be done dn for Cuba We Wecannot Wecannot Wecannot
cannot afford to abandon the island islandThat islandThat IslandThat
That would mean another Haiti close to toour toour toour
our doors
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSEDISCONCERTING NONSENSEDISCONCERTING NONSENSEDISCONCERTING
DISCONCERTING DISCONCERTINGWhen DISCONCERTINGWhen DISCONCERTINGWhen
When I raved about her hair hairAnd hairAnd hairAnd
And her brows beyond compare compareSmartly comparoStnIlrtly compareSmartly
Smartly she sheTossed 8heTossed sheTossed
Tossed tht pretty curly head headTurned headTurned headTurned
Turned her back ba k on rae m and said saidTwentythree s9ldTwentytbree saidTwentythree
Twentythree TwentythreeBut
But I tried tr1 d to gamely rise riseStarted riseStarted rIseStarted
Started In to praise her eyes oyosSoftly 005 005Softly eyesSoftly
Softly blue bjueWhereupon bJuEtWhereupon blueWhereupon
Whereupon this maid maldo of stone stoneCrtod st atOneCried ne neCrted
Cried with hauteur in In hprtane hprtaneAw hDrtoneuA hortoneAw
uA Aw w iklddooJ iklddooJTours IklddooYours sklddooYours
Yours said 8ld I not put to rout routAre routAre routAre
Are like lips Ive read about aboutiln aboutIn aboutIa
iln In a bpok bookBut bpokBut bpokut
But ut between batw en en those ruby lips lipsCame lInsCame lipsCame
Came another of her quips quipsGet quipsGet quipsGet
Get the hook hookI
I retired Id had enough enoughLimp snoghLimp h hLimp
Limp as any cutoff f cult cuffSought cultSought cultSought
Sought my hat hatWhats hatWhats lintWhats
Whats a a fellow going goug to do doWith doVlllt doWith
With a girt I ask of you youBulit pueaBuilt u uBuilt
Built Jlke lik k that thatThe thatTIle thatThe
The Usual UllunlPogramm UllunlPogrammYaQ Programme ProgrammeYaas ProgrammeYaM
YaM de beauty botutyan an chivalry db Smoke Smoketown Smoketown Smoketown
town mingled in de ballroom ballroomMingled IJaIhoomlIngled ballroOmMingled
Mingled yof 8 say sayMingled myr myrMingled Y1 Y1Mfncted
Mingled till UI bout Meven I oolock Den Dendey Dendey Dendey
dey mixed
Mindful of Gorky GorkyYou GorkTYOU GorIsYo
You Yo u think the great rMt author tJlor will be bewelcomed beweloomed bewelcomed
welcomed In J N Nw w Y York Yerk1Sure YorkSure rk7 rk7Sure
Sure SureHe SureHe SureHe
He has a few idiosyncrasies idiosyncrasiesHm JcUOIynerutOLHJw
Hm Cant sat they visit their respective roapactivemothers f08peoUvemoth respectivemothers
mothers moth during t1url his II trip tripTouch trllTongb tripTough
Touch TouchHew TongbHow ToughHow
How lang win my wife last doctor doctorMaybe doo doctorMaybe r1 r11Ia7H
Maybe until tli Audi Mr HajnaterafeWe HajnaterafeWeFarmers HaftltlcraWelPar HarElacralebieFarmers
Farmers lPar luck After ter WMterln har hartew ittJrte hortow
tow te
You Know tl tile e Breed BreedHeres BreedHere BreedHeres
Heres Here gold doftan quoted ted at ninety aJnatycents Blnotyoents ninetycents
cents oentsHadftt centsHadnt
centsHadnt
Hadnt we better Invest IiIv invintNet nr nrNot < T TNet
Net just yet We W may get t < t em far fareighty rerghq foreighty
eighty ghq if we w hold off offSarcasm 0nrO ofLinroniezat
Sarcasm nrO JIIJ11 from tile Heart HeartWhen HcartWhen HeartWhen
When youre you filled up with fever aver and aIHIag andague
ague ag e and grip and the pipes are aclang aclangin
in your steamheated SUl den and your throat throatIs throtltIs throatIs
Is a all dry as a roosters with pip Its cer certainly certahaly carthely ¬
tainly easy to write jokes then thenTHE theaTHE thiniTHE
THE INNOCENT BYSTANDER BYSTANDERTUE I ITHE
THE SACRIFICE SACRIFICEAnd SACRIFICEA SACRIFICEAed
And A lit them scadSes met the maSh ef f thmkactr thmkactrtat UlMtklctrIII tieuke v vIsgPscha
tat III IsgPscha PS PIIiIIMa eH eftIAJtd 0 0And ftAnd
And what shall w W4 heap on the altar altarThe altarThe sitarThe
The gloom oom and the grief C and the tears tearsShall tearsSAalI tearsShall
Shall we come come with fotsteps that falter falterWith falterWith sitarWith
With sighs hs we have gleaned through the theyears theyears
years yearsThe
The Th sorrows that one time bereft DereftTIM vs vsThe usThe
The troubles trouW we e might have forgot forgotThe fertOtThe forgotThe
The shadows hado that lOA might t have left JetThe vs vsThe usThe
The strivings 8 that profited naught naughtNay noughtNay gilt 1 1Nay
Nay rather a tithe of the laughter laughterAnd laughterAnd hw hwADd
And rather a a tithe titheof of the joys joysWhich joy joyVbieb joysWhich
Which none of the griefs r that come after afterSlots atterJJJota afterBlots
Slots out or makes dim or destroys destroysHeap elttroysHeap desysHeap
Heap high the first fruits of our pleasure pleasureAnd pleasureAnd re reADd
And gleanings np of ail that made de glad gladDip gladDip d dDip
Dip deep from the bountiful measure measureOf mesmr mesmrOf re reOf
Of all the good goes hour we have had hadThen hadThea hadThen
Then clearly and proudly and brightly brightlyShall brightlySba11 brightlyShall
Shall flash the fair sweep of the theA flame flameA dameA
A beacon that glimmers all whitely whitelyUD whitelyUned
Unfed UD of our doubt and our shame sfcameAsd ha haAd shameAid
Ad sweet as the scent of the spices spicesIn sptee1ft apicesIn
In censor swung solemnly slew nlowThe JdowThe slewThe
The smoke of our own sacrifices sacrificesIn
In wreathing upcurltng shall go goSo goSo goSo
So these shall we heap on the altar altarThe altarTIM altarThe
The goodness and gladness we knew knewNo kDewNo knewNo
No mote JIIO 8 with the dross stall ws palter palterBut pulsarBut aw awBut
But tithe from the sweet and DM true trueAnd tnt tntAM trueAnd
And long in the ashes shall smolder smofclarThe 8IIIOIdwThe smolderThe
The firs of the light of the tbeAacl soul soulAad soulAnd
And we shall haJJ so braver bra nr and bolder bolderWith 1MIIaIwttk bolderWith
With ttk faces set t firm to the goal goalA goalJIODBn goalA
A JIODBRX iODJRX XBCHSSITY XBCHSSITYTm NBC BCDSSITYr SSITY SSITYr
Tm r taavhV vba you this week we mum 11I says saysthe SQ8the saysthecook
the thecook cook cookLeaving cook cookLeaYlAl a aLeaving
Leaving This week weekr asks the mis mistrees mI5tea mistram
trees discouraged dt8cou HI I am a dreadfully dreadfttiiysorry ieaUmbxT7 dreadfullysorry
sorry Bridget BridgetI BetHI
HI I have a aWUI a betUMr betUMrwm place nma nmawill
will you do me a favor ra before you go goBridget g gBrldset goBridget
Bridget BridgetIrps r rPraps rHP
HP Praps mum If it teot t too much muchWin muchu muchWin
Win u you give me a reference referenceCONFORMING reennceCO referenceCONFORMING
CONFORMING CO lOn IISG TO j TRADITIONS TRADITIONSHow TRADITIOSSHoW TRADITIONSHow
How now we say gayly pyl y1y to our vege vegetarian VeJetarlan vegetartan ¬
tartan friend Here you are re going home homewith homewtUt homewith
with a dressed c1r turkey under your arm armIsnt rillI ariaIsnt
Isnt I nt this sacrificing principles to some ox oxtent oxeat axtoutr
tent toutr toutrIts 1 1U
tentIts
Its U merely a papiermache turkey turke he heinforms heIntOnM hoIntones
informs us We We must keep up the old oldThanksgiving old5ag oldThaiiklvSng
Thanksgiving 5ag custom as we do the theSanta tlIeSaaa theSanta
Santa Clans CIa legend 1eg 1141 at Christmas tmu times timesAT timesAT thesesAT
AT LBAST LBASTAt LUASTAt LILISTAt
At least one might refrain from show snowIng showlag i iing
ing others wherein they are mistaken in intheir inuetr intheir
their grounds for being thankful thankfulWILJIUR tbaakCulILJtUK thankfulWILlJJt
WILJIUR XKSU1T XKSU1TlOovfrisht SBSUllfOlwdlW xiesiiir1Csht
lOovfrisht JOOi Oi hy W D Nesek Nesekland NmiLLese
I ILese
Lese Majesty MajestyPram I
Pram SaiIp Peek PeekJames I IJ
J James I of England and VI of Scat Scotland I Ias
land was as as every one on knows deficient deficientin deqofent deqofentIn t I
in vigor and steadiness Having Ha vtDg heard heardof he heardof rd rdof
of a famous fa canons preacher who was very verywitty verywitt verywitty
witty in his sermons and peculiarly so soin 80in soin
in his choice of texts he ordered this thisclergyman thiselerxyman thisclergyman
clergyman to preach before him With Withalt 1lthaU Withcli
alt suitable gravity the learned divine divinesave dhln dhlnve divingave
save ve out his text in the following words wordsJamea wordsJ3ue5
Jamea 1 first yt aad a4 tt et tth to the tb latter t pat prtof patof pertof
of the verse He that wavereth is like a awave awave aWave
wave of the sea driven with the wind windand v1ndaJHt windand
and tossed tossedOdschiekens tossedOtIieheketss edOt
Odschiekens Ot ellte eM hes M at me already alreadyclaimed ex exclaimed ecclaimed ¬
claimed the King KingEducation KingBdncntlon KingEducation
Education Neglected NeglectedFnm NCJlcctedp NeglectedIasc
Fnm p the LraemHe CGuriIrMtuIIal CGuriIrMtuIIalSays CnirleaJeawinlSays Courier Joonl JoonlSays
Says the Charleston News and Courier CourierThe CourierThe CourierThe
The following mournful tragedy traged Is re related TO TOhUed rolated ¬
lated by the Mulling Enterprise EnterpriseLeslie EnteprlseLeaUe
4 Leslie Rogers had the misfortune of oflosing orIMine oflosing
losing a very fine hog last week He had haddeckled hAddeckled haddecided
deckled to kill it on Friday but when the thewater thowater theWater
water was hot and the men went cnt to the thepen thep thepen
pen p they found the 300pounder pounder dead de d It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was supposed up that it died from suffoca suffocation BUtt0C8Uon sultoeation ¬
tion being betn too fat fatBut fatBut fatBut
But the real cause of Mr Rogers Rogersloss RogersIou Rogersloss
loss was wn his own provincialism He Helacked HeJaeked Helacked
lacked a Packingtown education educationMlornlie edueaUonJllcrolell educationMicrobes
Microbes in WaterPies Water WaterFran VaterPntIR
Fran La Itttt I Il ParMea ParMeaThe lMtIIeaThe IceidesThe
The recent epidemic at the St Maur MacarCamp MaurCamp
Camp and Del the white bills posted in Paris Parisstreets PArisstreots Parisstreets
streets by the perfevture per fleture of the Seine Seinerecall Seinerecall ene enerecall
recall the attention of the public to the thedanger thedanter thedanger
danger of drinking water Is it known knownthat ItnowDtIM knownthat
that tIM t the Seine before it reaches Pans Panscontains PAnScontains Parscontains
contains 23000 OOO microbes to a centimeter centimetercube centimetercube centimetercube
cube afterward numbers 450009 that thatabove tbataboe thatabove
above Lyons there are in the Rhone Rhoneseventyfive Rhoneseventyftve Rhonoseventyfive
seventyfive microbes and below 800 800that 800that 100that
that above Berlin there are in the Spree Spree4JIO I
4JIO 44 and below more than 17409 microbes microbesTip microbesTJp microbesTip
Tip for the Knockers KnoclccrsFrew UnocltcrsPIOM KnockersFrom
From the Ut CtoKSftad twha4 Plain Dealer DealerThe DealerThe DaslerThe
The Washington Herald figures it out outthat outthat outthat
that even e ev n If the Panama Canal Canalis is moving movingat
at only a snails enall eneilzpaee pace it is making pretty prettygood prottygood prettygood
good time after all The snail can cover covera
a a mile hi fourteen days It is always well wellto weUto wellto
to be careful in making comparisons comparisonsThe eompnrlsonsTllc comparisonsThe
The Miser UliaerTbfjr Misertell UIIferTIw1
Tbfjr tell you his beset wiH net soften softenAt JOltenAt aefisaAt
At sight of tit the woes oC T Ute poor poorYet JO poorYet f fYet
Yet he loosens hit pmrsostringa quite often oftenlie of oftenlie ten tenHe
lie has to when putting JS1W in More MoreCatholic DIOIfcatholic moreCatbohe
Catholic Standard andard and Times
PEOPLE OF NOTE NOTETnft NOTETaft NOTETaft
Taft and the President PresidentUnless PreshlentUnless PresidentUnless
Unless there th tft < has been a sudden and andwholly andwholly andwholly
wholly unexpected break in the relations relationsbetween relationsbetwoon relationsbetween
between the President and Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaU SecretaryTaft
Taft those e enterprising entervrl lng journalists and andothers aadothors an anothers
others who are speculating upon what will willhappen willhappen willhappen
happen when these tlIe e two meet after the theChief tbeChle theChief
Chief Magistrate returns to Washington Washingtonfrom Wublnatontrom Washingtonfrom
from Porto Rico are reckoning without withouttheir v1thouttheir withouttheir
their host President Roosevelt te on no nomore nomore nomore
more cordial or intimate terms with any anymombdr anymombdr anymombdr
mombdr of his official household than thanwith thanwith thanwith
with Judge Taft In their private inter interodurse InteraourSit Interneuron
neuron they call each ell other uWiII Will and andTheodore anduThoodore andTheodore
Theodore and while they have differed differedmore dttreredmore differedmore
more than once as to the advisability or orwisdom orwl orwisdom
wisdom wl dom of certain policies of the adminis administration administration administztion ¬
tration It can be stated as a a fact factof faetof factof
of personal knowledge or at any rate rateof rate rateof rateof
of firsthand assurance UraDCe they have never neverpermitted nnerpermitted neverpermitted
permitted these differences to lead leadto leadto leadto
to evon heated colloquy For example exampleSecretary exampleSecretary exampleSecretary
Secretary Taft was at the inception of the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents rate regulation programme programmethe prGlframmethe programmethe
the only member of the Cabinet except exceptAttorney exceptAttorney exceptAttorney
Attorney General Moody who was in inthorough Inthorough Inthorough
thorough accord with lh the President t As Asthat A3that Asthat
that policy developed however the Sec Secretary s srotary Seerotary ¬
rotary parted company with the President Presidentand Prsdentand Presidentand
and tried hard to dissuade him from frompushing frompushing frompushing
pushing the programme on Congress with withtoo withtoo withtoo
too great vigor Not even this lb caused causedthe eaUMdtho causedthe
the least coolness in their relations It to tonow Isnow innow
now so generally known that President PresidentRoosevelt Pre PresldntRoosevck t4ent t4entRoo56ve1t
Roosevelt would be gratified should Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary Taft succeed him that this inter interesting InterMClog Intereating ¬
eating question te no longer discussed discussedbut dacuedbut discussedbut
but merely accepted as a fact In order ordering ordermg orderhtg ¬
ing a temporary suspension 1on of the Execu Executive Executive Executive ¬
tive order for the dishonorable discharge dischargeof
of three companies c mpanle of the Twentyfifth TwentyfifthInfantry TentftfthInfantry TwentyMIleInfantry
Infantry It is known at the War Depart Department Departmont Departmont ¬
mont that the Secretary did this th only onlyafter onlyafter onlyafter
after he had consulted with ath Secretary SecretaryRoot SecretaryRoot
Root In whose judgment the President Presidenthas PrMideDtbaa Presidenthas
has as great confidence a u In that of ofJudge ofJudge
Judge Taft and It te further turth r known that thatthe thatthe
the Secretary intended the suspension to tohut toonly tolast
hut only a few hours hou or until he could couldcommunicate couldcommunicate
communicate fully by wireless s telegraph telegraphwith te1earapbwith telegraphwith
with the President Persons M who know knowof knowof
of their relations are not in the toast toastalarmed leastalarmed ItstIrmed
alarmed over the prospect of a stormy stormymeeting atonDYmeeting stormymeeting
meeting between Messrs 1 Roosevelt and andTaft aDdTaft andTaft
Taft They know that it will be Will WWanet WiHand Willend
and Theodore as soon as these two twogenuine twovlae twogenuine
genuine vlae chums set out out of arshot hot of the thebrowd tIMd tIMA therowd
browd browdA rowdA d
A Bachelor Governor GovernorIt
It has been many y yean since Peaweyl Peaweylvaaia PMIIIIQIvaata Penssyitala
vaaia tala had a bachelor governor Not Notthe since sincethe sinesthe
the rugged ed old Gen Hartranft HartraJtt occupied occupiedthe oceupIedthe occupiedthe
the executive mansion overlooking the theSusQuehanna theSutIQ1IeliaUfta theSuaquehanna
SusQuehanna has an unmarried man been beenelected beenelected beenelected
elected governor of that State But when whenthe wbeRthe whenthe
the Hon Edwin S Stuart succeeds the thefunny efUlHty thefunny
funny and fussy old Judge Pennjrpacker Pennjrpackernext PemtJpckernut Pnnypeckrnext
next January the new governor will have haveno haV1 haV1no haveDo
no consort to share his hoao hoaoside hors aM pre presWe proaid
side aid over his household The executive executivemansion exeeatiYemaIoII executivemansion
mansion at Harrisburg Is to the social socialHfe HeIa1Hta socialnfl
nfl of that city what the White l lte House Houseis HOIHI HouseIi
is I to Washington WubJ gtono The salary of the gay governor pevernor gayernor ¬
ernor te I sooi teso9 about twice as large arp as asthe asthe asthe
the salary rr paid to most of the governors governorsof SO SOof
of other States Stat and the Harrteborgites Harrteborgitesexpect HarrtaburxttesJCJMCt Harrisburgitseexpect
expect their chief magistrate to spend H Hall Itall ftall
all hi social entertainments at the man mansion maaaloft innsslon ¬
aloft It Is expected that Gov Stuarts Stuartstwo Stuartstwo Stuartstwo
two sisters Miss Cora Stuart and Mrs xnXatherfDe MrsKatherine MrsCatherine
Catherine Lechler will live 11 with him him and andthus aadth andthus
thus th the prospects favor quite as gay life lifeat lifet lifeat
at the mansion as Pennsylvanias capi capital capital cajalta ¬
tal ta te accustomed to The governorelect governorelectte
Is not a a rich man maa and hte business that thatof tllatoC thatof
of managing Philadelphias nr nrBrother most fa fa1took famousbook
book store ton viU De looked after 1Iy 1IyItroth Id Idbrother
Brother < while bIJe hs te conducting the affairs affairsof altaJrsof affairsof
of the State StateBryan StatLBrynn StateBryan
Bryan and Folk FolkSome FolkSome FolkSome
Some queer things happened te the theelection theeleetlOn theelection
election out In Missouri but the queerest queerestof
of all and probably the most significant significantwas JIIpI slgnlncantwas caDt caDtw
was w the defeat of State Senator Se or Johnny JohnnyMorton JOhllIlYorton JohnnyhiOrton
Morton orton Mr Morton had been a aot member memberof
of the Missouri senate MDt nearly twenty twentyyears tW9atyears tWentyyears
years ears His district te overwhelmingly overwhelminglyDemocratic overwbelMblgtyDeaIocnLt overwbeiaclngiyUsmocratic
Democratic During his entire tire service MIICetho te tethe intho
tho Legislature r he has been identified identifiedwith JdenW1e4with identidedwith
with the corporation interests and has hasbeen baaMMI hasbeen
been one of the chief lieutenants ofCoL ofCoLBUT of ofCoL31W CoL CoLBlJr
BUT Phelps Phel Strenuous efforts have havebeen ha habe havebeen
been be n made heretofore to defeat Morton Mortonbut Xortonbut Mortonbut
but hte tis appeal to the Democratic senti sentiment sentiscent tt ttt ¬
scent t of his district has prevailed until untilthis 1IDtiltMs untilthis
this year William Jennings Bryan pre presumably pre1IID presuinably ¬
sumably 1IID without knowing kno of the eoC grounds groundsof
of opposition oppo to Morton Ortoa went to the die district dM dMtrtet dietrict ¬
trict early in the campaign and made a apowerful apowettul apowetfuI
powerful personal appeal for him l m GoY GovFolk GoYFolk 0evFolk
Folk followed Mr Bryan and asked the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people to vote for members of the leg ¬
islature regardless regardl of their political af affiliations afftHatJonso atflhlations ¬
filiations He did not mention Senator SenatorMortons SenatorMortons SenatorMortons
Mortons name name but his audience wildly wildlyapplauded wlkI1yapplauded wildlyapplauded
applauded his plea for honest legislators legislatorsWhat 1e legislatorsWhat laton latonWhat
What te meant by an honest legislator or in inMissouri IIIXlaouri inMissouri
Missouri Is one that te not suspected auapectedoC of too toofriendly toofriendly toofriendly
friendly feeling for the corporations Mor Morton Morton Nortest ¬
ton w was defeated by a a MS majority and aaaRepoJblican a aRepublican aRepublican
Republican will represent his ancient ancientDemocratic andentDemoeratlc ancientDemocratic
Democratic stronghold stron 1d in the next legis legislature legisJat1lrl loginlature ¬
lature MIssourians generally declare that thatthe thatdfeat thatthe
the defeat of Morton In the circumstances circumstancesrelated elrcumatancesrelattCI circumstancesrelated
related indicates that their tbel young < gover governor governor governor ¬
nor is now stronger tron er in Missouri than is teMr isMr isMr
Mr Bryan and that this fact will play playa
a big bi part In Democratic Presidential Presidentialpolitics PrelildentialpoUtiez Presidentialpolities
politics from now no on Heretofore Mr MrBryan MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan has been stronger te Missouri rI than thanall UlanaU thanalt
all the other politicians In that State Statebined StatecombtDed Statecombined
combined combtDedTI11JUnn combinedTihlaican bined binedTillmnn
Tillmnn AVIH Be There ThereThe TberThe ThereThe
The buck folks in Chicago Chiclt are threaten threatening Utloat Utloathag threatenlug
hag to attack Senator Tittman if he ap appears ap apPtAlI appearl ¬
pears in that city next Tuesday night to todeliver todeliver todeliver
deliver an B address in response to the levi invitation laVitntJon levitation ¬
tation of some Chicago society women for forthe tortho forthe
the benefit of a a hospital fund Mayor MayorDunne MODunne MayorDuane
Dunne has been appealed to to deny the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Carolina statesmans right to speak speakin qeakIn speakIn
in the town The mayor is in a quandary quandaryHe quandaryHe quandaryHe
He wants to prevent riot and bloodshed bloodshedbut bloodahedbut bloodshedbut
but being a Democrat himself elt he believes believesin beUn beUnIn
in the inalienable right of free fee speech speechTherefore PHehTherefore speechTherefore >
Therefore he is arranging to have Sena Senator Senator Seemtor ¬
tor Tillman safeguarded though tbo h privately privatelybe
be is advising advlstn him to stay away from Chi Chicago CblCltgt Chicage ¬
cage at this time The blacks are terribly terriblystirred terriblysUrred terriblystirred
stirred up Mayor Dunne has received an ananonymous ananonymous ananonymous
anonymous letter from a colored woman womansaying womansaytnf womansaying
saying that Senator Tillmans speech at atOrchestra atOrchestra atOrchestra
Orchestra Hall will never be concluded concludedHe concludedHe conclndejHe
He will m be killed He has communicated communicatedits cemmu lcated lcatedUs
its contents by telegraph to the Senator Senatorand Senatorand Senatorand
and the South Carolinian has wired beck backthat beckthat beckthat
that he will ue mere to make his speech speechat
at the appointed time In this connection connectionnn
nn incident which occurred urred in Washington Washingtonlast W8btn Washingtonlast ton tonIMt
last winter is interesting In restmS A Western We tem ne negro De Dero negre ¬
gro politician had been nominated for an animportant animportant animportant
important office O f Grave Gra charges were filed filedagainst filedasaDst filedagainst
against him by a negro woman school schoolteacher schoolteacher schoolteacher
teacher in his State She came calft to Wash Washington WashIngtOlt Washleigton ¬
ington to press her charges charl The woman womanlaid womanJakl womanlaid
laid them thembefore before Senator Tillman and be before be befole before ¬
fore no other member m mber of the Senate The TheSouth TheSouth TheSouth
South Carolinian told her that she he most mostbo mutbe mustbe
be mistaken in him that Northern N rthern negroes negroesgenerally uegroesJlelterally negroesgenerally
generally accounted him an enemy of their theirrace theirrace theirrace
race Her reply was 5 that she was aware awareof awareof awareof
of this but she believed he was just and andfair aDdf8lr andfair
fair Mr Tillman took charge cbar of t uw uwwomans tAMwomans toewomans
womans case and fought for it as vigor vigorously Ylgorously vigorously
ously as though she bad been a white whitewoman whitewomn whitewoman
woman The man was confirmed < by bynarrow a anarrow a anarrow
narrow margin but Senator TfUnum voted votedftgeiast votedftpiat votedagainst
against him
A Shell Game GnnicPnm GnmelNm GamePiein
Pnm Uw tie Charleston New Xews eus and a Courier CourierThe 0JartaThe charlorThe
The American peanut crop being worth worthSWJCCO00J worthl worthlLgooN
SWJCCO00J l sroooo it will 111 cost iOllGlt ajaQ > G me to pare IIUeh it itMMMR It Itto
MMMR 10 to pay the legislators who eat it itand Itand itand
and J5CCe000 6808 0C0O00 more to sweep up the hulls hullsSlandering h hSlnnlerin hulkSlandering
Slandering Slnnlerin Gray Hairs HairsItan Hair1to HairsFPoi
Itan the St LOHI Lucia IostUbTaich IostUbTaichWith IostDillJatchWith ItiMitchWith
With so many old men in the Senate Senatethere Senatethere Senatethere
there Is reason enough why a T 1 M C A
I annex has never been built for it It
PUBLICITY DT FINANCE FINANCEWall FINANCEVnIl FINANCElYnlI
Wall Street Magnates Yielding to toPreMnure toPreJJllure toPressure
Pressure of Public Opinion OpinionIini O OpinionLin lnlou lnlouPzt
Iini the New Yer York Journal raal a f Uwsmerea UwsmereaIt C4IuItleeIt OseameeeIt
It will interest many people in and out outof outof outof
of Wall WallStret Street and also a1 In and out of thin thtecountry tb tbCOUfttry thincountry
country to loam that the men anonof of largest largestaffairs larpstaftatra largestaffairs
affairs the th men who have done moat mje to tomake tonake tomake
make make America Am rle1 famous perhaps perla3 also a alittle alittle alittle
little notorious industrially have after afterlong after10IIc afterlong
long and nd grave study come to the con condeefon coneIOR eonelusion
elusion that they must bow to publicopbaion publicopinion public publicopinion
opinion and revolutionize their methods methodsof
of influencing tJltl g 1L The seemingly extraor extraordinary ctraordinary xtraordtnary ¬
dinary conduct for example of J PIer Plerpont PIerpoat Pierpont
pont Morgan organ in laying bare MR hi motives motivesaad motivesaDd motivesand
aDd his ambitions abttto 8 has ba occasioned little littlesurprise tittleIn littlesueprim
surprise 1 In certain very r1 Influential In ftu eatlal cir circles circle cirdde ¬
cles The Harriman interview so sInk strikingly sInkingly tt1k tt1kIngt ¬
ingly Ingt In contrast with the temperament temperamentand temperamentan temperamentand
and reputation of the man te traceable to tothte tothis
this same change in the attitude of our ourcaptains ourcaptains ourcaptains
captains of Industry indu tnl financial magnates magnatesand magINl1aAd magnatesand
and railroad kings kingsOur
Our 01 Napoleon admit that P pal pUblic e opts opinion opl oplIon optsIon ¬
ion is i today greater than al aU the gold in inthe Inthe n nthe
the universe universeA
A well known millionaire who Is close closely closely e e1y ¬
ly associated with a corporation of the thenrst theAm theAret
nrst Am magnitude discussed this U suect suectwithout su suIectwithout eet eetwithout
without reserve recently He naked Ired ed why whyhte whyb whyhis
his b company was so 0 unpopular with the thepress thepreiS thepress
press and the t public and the reply em emphasised elRpbaMcl emphasized ¬
phasised the distrust engendered by its itssecrecy Its1NC1eC7 itssecrecy
secrecy fetish and its indifference to topublic topubli topublic
public opinion He replied That Is true trueThat trueTbat trueThat
That te the one great mistake w we have havemade iuIomade havemade
made We e realize re it now When we wectarted wettartecl weetarted
ctarted business the newspapers did not notcount DOtcount notcount
count for so much as a they do today tod and aJMias andU
as the newspapers make public opinion opinionit
It was not necessary to pay very much muchattention muchattfutlea muchatt
attention att ntlset to them But things have havechanged haveeilansclchansed havechangedchanged
changed eilansclchansed changed entirely No business bw1aeenough te tebit Inbig
bit big enough to ignore c what the newspa nt18papelS nawapapen
pers pen represent The old method Is fossil fossilfated tol1It fossilmed
fated It wont work now We 8 know It ItWe It ItWe itWe
We have just realized the full truth of ofthte atthis
this and ftdcoaIentillyUyou confidentially you are going goingto goingto
to we a great t change chaa a a very great greatcbaage greatcbIP greatchange
change cbaageThe changeThe
The TIIe1 steel corporations cor policy of public publicity publicity ¬
ity was distasteful to more than one oneprominent oneplOIIIlneat oneprominent
prominent director but gradually the thefruits Utefruits thefruits
fruits of publicity have become mani manifest maaltat manifast ¬
fast tat and they present so great a con contrast contrut eontTast ¬
trast with the fruits of secrecy that to today today ¬
day 7 the wisdom of aboveboard dealing dealingte
te recognized by almost all allAGAINST sliAGAINST u uAGAINST
AGAINST A THIRD TERM TEEMWestern TERMVcstern TERMWestern
Western Paper DlncnxxeR the Pres Pressure PrcJIsure Pressure ¬
sure for RbosevcltH Nomination NominationPlan Somlnatlontile
Yio Plan th tile Kansas K City Journal JournalWhen JonoaLWhen rln
When n on the evening of his election electiontwo eJectiontwo electiontwo
two years ago Roosevelt Roo followed the ex example example example ¬
ample of Washington and pledged pIed him himself blmtc himself ¬
self tc not to accept a third term be did a awtee aW1H awise
wise and patriotic thing He was morally morallygreat moraUy5reat morallygreat
great on that occasion and he will never neverbe neerbe neverbe
be morally greater until he finally drives drivesthe drivestile drivesthe
the conviction home to the next ne Repub Republican RepublJeaa Repubhess ¬
hess national convention that some 8 other otherman othertbaa otherman
man than he most be named for Presi President PrulcleIa Preefdent ¬
dent dentthe cleIa dentBut t tBut
But to today even Yen a af man can hear heartbe hearthe
the tread tr anti the hurrah of a great and andof aMof andof
of course highly Id flattering tter1ag army seeking seekingto
to drive cb1v him from his position Yonder Yonderthey YonderUaey Yonderthey
they come a great body of American Americancitteesw Amerienclt Americancitluens
citteesw clt sincere if somewhat hysterical hystericalpatriots hystorkalpatJ1o hystericalpatriots
patriots patJ1o overwrought reformers timid timidscholars timidcbolanl thaidscholars
scholars dazzled admirers selfish and andengrossed aDdmoaey andengro
engrossed engro money makers scheming poll politicians 01tUetItDs pollUnless ¬
Unless and of o course mere power woe worshipers WOlJfbtpera woeibipers ¬
shipers flatterers hunkers hUllkers and Hckspit Hckspittles J1cksptttJ hickspitties
ties tJ without number a numerous nU lerolJS con conj conBut concoune concourse
course couneBut courseBut j
But it must be plant to Mr Roosevelt Rooseveittbat Rooseveltthat Rooseveltthat
that these e people are really trying to pull pullUrn pullIIlJa pullhelen
Urn down from his high lI iI estate He H must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be ncuseated at their stupidity faithless faithlessness aJth1eaD faithlessness ¬
ness D and cowardice If they are unable unableto
to think for themselves them eJYef has not no he told toMthem toldthem toldthem
them that the twoterm customs is wise wteeaad wtead wiseand
ad that he has irrevocably ly adopted the thepatriotic thepatriotic thepatriotic
patriotic course Have they the read r BO his history blstory history ¬
tory to learn the tendency ten eney of power to tocentralize tocentraJtz tocentralize
centralize and magnify itself Itself Is the t e na nation na naUoa mation ¬
tion no longer able to stand alone Is Isthere IsUacrc Isthere
there no wisdom or courage left in Ameri America Amertca Amrnica ¬
ca but in on head and heart This must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be his thought thoughtLincoln thou thoughtLincoln ht htLincobt
Lincoln said that IB the late war there thereI therewere therewere
I were single e regiments capable of furnish furnishi furntshIn furnishlug
i lug In administrators dmInlstrator for every department departmentI
I of the Federal government Roosevelt Rooseveltknows Roo Rooseveltknows eveJtmows
knows that conditions have not changed changedRoosevelt cbanGedROOIeVelt changedRoosevelt
Roosevelt at least believes that the theAmerican tIleAMerIcaa theAmerican
American people are not yet so rotten as aske asto asto
to make ke necessary a directorship directorshipA
A PRESSING ISSUE ISSUETariff ISSUETnr1lI ISSUETarilt
Tariff > ot Likely LI1el to Be Kept Out of ofPolitics otPolitic ofPolitics
Politics Until 190S 190STack 1908tile ifiOSlro
lro tile New Tack Wield WorfdIf WeddIf WieldIf
If our overprotected manufacturers are aresoon are1100I1 aresoon
soon confronted eo tronted with a shrinkage in their theirforeign theirforeign theirforeign
foreign trade even they may discover discoverthe dl discovertime corthe
the expediency of lower tariff duties In Inorder Inorder inorder
order to keep open the doors of rich richcuvtomcr richo richcustomers
customers o like Uk Germany GenAn and CanadaOur Canada CanadaOur Ild8 Ild8Our
Our standpatters are a purely benevo benevolent benevolent benevolent ¬
lent class of legislators In the kindness kindnessof
of their hearts they may ma yet have to con consent conaeot eonsent ¬
sent to President Roosevelts extracting extractingfrom extractingfrom extractingfrom
from his pigeonhole the old tariff recom recommendation recomme recommendatione ¬
mendation me which he once suppressed sed un under under canden ¬
der their persuasion Neither Germany Germanynor German Germanuor Germanynor
nor Canada te likely to show that sense senseof IMDseof senseof
of Republican fitness which dictates that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tariff issue be kept out of politics politicsuntil politicsundl politicsuntil
until after the next Presidential election electionSome eJectionSome electionSonic
Some Pullman Whys WhysSnm WhysFa Vlls VllsH
Snm H the lb FhBailelBhfct 1 1cL Press PressWhile Pre6iLMIlle FeesWhile
While a very ery moderate price is charged chargedin
in dining cars run by railroads the Pull Pullman PuJlman Pullman ¬
man Company cannot provide a bed for fora tora fora
a nights lodging short of S1iO 260 a night nighta
a rate prohibitive to many man o of limited limitedmeans Umitedmeans limitedmeans
means Why should not a cheaper rate ratebe ratebe ratebe
be provided for those who are only onlyable onlyable onlyable
able to pay a lower price Why should shouldthe IboukIthe shouhithe
the general eneraJ public be charged rates which whichpermit whichpermit whichpermit
permit the capital of a company enjoying enjoyinga enjoyingmonoooly
a monopoly be increased one hundred hundredfold hundredfold hundredOld
fold Old in some mc thirty tbl years yearsCampaign yearsCampaign eRr eRrCnmlmlgll
Campaign Fund Publicity Publicitythe PubllcltTYJIIIII PublicityFrees
YJIIIII the Chicago HeconMlentld HeconMlentldWe lteanIUeraIdWe jp44JpiJWe
We may not look forward to a time timowhen tlmowhen timewhen
when campaigns can be conducted without withoutfunds wllbouttunela withoutfunds
funds but we certainly certalnl may mIL look forward forwardto
to a time when everywhere campaign campaignfunds camp campaignfunds lgn lgnfunds
funds will be handled ih the full light of ofpublicity orpublicity ofpublicity
publicity We Ve may m look forwari orwart to a atime alimo atime
time when no money will be given which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the give llv7 gvc te ashamed of and little or ornone ornone ornone
none spent which the spender is ashamed ashamedof U
of
O Temporal 0 Mores MoresPKIM JloresPrtIIR MoresFma
PKIM th tile New York San SanIs sIs SenIs
Is the man of repute and accomplish accomplishment accomplishment accomplishmicent ¬
ment the man of civic pride and patriotic patrioticspirit P triotlcspirit patrioticspirit
spirit the gentleman and the scholar holar to tobe tobe tobe
be debarred forever from serving this peo people people peopie ¬
ple in the Senate of the United States StatesHas StntesHu StatesHas
Has it finally come to pass pQ 6 that the seats seatsof sentsof seatsof
of Clinton and Marcy shall be filled fil1 d only onlyby onlyby onlyby
by mountebanks and bawds bawdsPERILS bawdsPEnUS bawdePERILS
PERILS PERILSTh PEnUSTIle PERILSThe
Th TIle IIIiI p ii sf wettta the peril iIeC rf stealth stoaHhThe stealthThndiftansisMthknd oa oaperil
ThndiftansisMthknd ThndiftansisMthkndThe peril fIl tnst III tlte Ill IllTk
The peril of greed the per peril sf eflllll sf speel speelAnd d dAad
Aad pott pn en every band bandThats MudTIte hatedThe
The JIIdI ef bees tile peril ef MIf saws sawsThats
Thats 1118 yellow sad far Cram II the tnih tnihTh tntUl11Ie trathT
Th 11Ie T wsr MriI el f ring tha peril enit ef ifthat tsfegs tsfegsThtt tiIhtsTllst
that msnune cs the progress of jwath jwathThe uon 7eetkT
The T pulls it f tiaras tIHIiB the peril of ofThesetHsseSudoatlnitmeet hades hadesThe JiIecb JiIecbfte
The ThesetHsseSudoatlnitmeet pert we sad on tat uItteet uItteetor jtreet jtreetOf
Of antsa sad tcattejs and liaiSe ia InAst Tfie TtIIIeps TtIIIepsAad > 3 3Asa
Asa porib s w we dont like te UJl1Mt I Beet BeetThe meetThprS
The ThprS mttil el efbeekstlserilif f books UM pttil efceoks efceoksTIte f crooks crooksTh creokaThe
Th The ante fIl f tnvehra LnareTIle t tThe ts tsThe
The parS et t toe neat ad eke ck the live win winAnd winIbel viesAnd
And arfk pitiless partite Jlrth a fa faThe r rbe len lenThe
The peril of race race the peril of jdaee jdaeeAnd 5acelid 155ccAnd
And lid perils too many U UJ > name namelint 1IItIUBitt sternaIhit
lint peoiito who write to draw m the limelight limelightKeep UmeUhtKeep limelighticeep
Keep digstaS taore me HP jolt tee KUW KUWBlnalDghasi fmB1rmiDiham rtnwBIrmIngham
BIrmIngham AgeHerald
HEARD AT HOTELS HOTELSI HOT LST LSTI
I am very much of the opinion t tiat tiatIf > iat iatif ltIf
if Senator Foraker should be a candidate candidatefor candidatetor candidatefor
for the Presidential nomination in Is Isthe lJoo lJooUto l lthe
the Ohio delegation to the Bepabli Bepablicttn Bepabl1ean Bepubilcan
can convention would go o there t t > give givehim cfvehim givehim
him Its solid support said Mr Smith SmithW Smlt m1tt m1ttWY l lDennett
W Bennett who ho baa been specia coun counsel CC counso W1 W1eol ¬
sel so in the office o lee of Ohios Obto attorney attorn y gfneral gfneralfor gr gemeraIfor eral eralCor
for Ute past eight eightIr years yearsMr yearMn
Mr Ir Bennett eanett who is at the New Wiilard Wiilardte
te 0 an influential In ueAtJal Republican and s ia tz thor thoroughly tborou thoroughly
oughly ou hJy in touch with the trend of politics politicsin
in the BuckeyeState BuckeyeStateThe DaelceyeAttatene
ne The great brre t speech made by ForakT at atthe atthe atthe
the Dayton convention OOft entJon last summer summeraroused Summerarouaed summeraroused
aroused the entire convention body bo y to a apitch apitch a apitch
pitch of enthusiasm enth that has rarely been beenparalleled beenPflraJleJed beenparalleled
paralleled His courage COU and eloquence in
defending defendln his course in the Senatf cnat and anda
his assertion a that he would not surrender
b hlB hI B conscientious convictions as be 1i saw
his duty took the delegatea by b > storm It Ita
wa Was a wonderful scene and demonstrated de ted tedGIld
beyond GIld a doubt that th the Senator ha hss lo 10at 10atAOnc lo5tflofle t tonc
AOnc onc of hte d oldtime hold on the affections cffeetlongof
of big bl countrymen and that he Is Will It Itgiant Iegiant e eFather
giant 1Icure ue a moug modern partlsa S SFather 3Father
Father Time has hasgiven given the Hon Den Dennis Dennl Denala ¬
ala nl T Flynn of Oklahoma a somewhat somewhatPortlier son sonlewbatportlier what whatportlier
Portlier A Agur UIe un than when he was the therushing therushing
rushing hustling h ag Territorial Delegate Del gate in
Coagrees S8 who 110 did more sno thing in a day daybut
than the average lawmaker In a week
but old Tempo T has Iaa not ot dimmed the en enthusiasm entb erthusiasac ¬
thusiasm tb or genial good nature of tho thogentleman th thgeaUemaa thgentleman
gentleman from the new State who sine
his bl retirement to private life has been
Immensely succ ful in l all his hi business businewundertaking busne businessundertaking 8 8u
undertaking u He te indeed a captain captainof captainoC captainof
of industry and if
the Republicans
ever everget everget everget
get In power in his
country will be
one oneof oneor oneof
of the United States Senator SenatorDont SeutorauDont SenioDont
Dont ask me about our late election electionsaid electionsaid
said Mr Flynn to a Herald
reporter report at
the New Wfllard It It was wo a cy cytIjar < y < kae JIe a 6L t
landslide a nightmare a Tuntntl tuntr 11 < aiit aiitall alllan aetall
all the other unpleasant
things thingslist j a tli
list Out of 112 delegates to th tht
consti constitutional OODatltutfOllal rijn rijntutiosal ¬
tutional convention COllYdon we Republicans otect otected oIecteel ulectml
ed Just eleven elsv five from Oklahoma and andsix mendsix
six Ix from rein the Indian Territory It
was wassimply WasstmpiO wassimply
simply awful but I am here to remini reminiyou remlnlyou remintyou
you that tba t because of this cataclysm peo people eopie paopie ¬
pie ought not to get t any foolish m JIOtIOl JIOtIOlthat notio notiothat > tio i ithat
that this vote was a fair test of th threlative threlative the therelative
relative strength of tie t Democratic an Cal 1
Republican parties As a matter of fact a < t
there is no great difference < ereMe between betw them thema
but every fellow OR 0 our MAde who Dun nursel nursela l la
a grievance for anything that he though i ithe
the Republican party had done or failed
to do concluded that here was a golden goldenchance gold gokletchance I 1 1chance
chance to get even so be went we t over t il < j jthe
the opposition oPPMl on or ties Iee to failed to vote at atall Ii etall t tall
all allThe
The Democrats catered to popular popularracial popularracial r rrUial
racial sentiment nttnMat likewise by advocating
Jim crow cro cars and separate waiting waltingrooms walbngrooms waitingrooms
rooms for whiles wht and blacks Prohibition Prohibitionwas
was another issue which they won votes voteswith voteswith voteswith
with and Federal officeholders furnished CUlJdsbedBOUler furnishedanother furnishedanother
another They had all the luck but next nextspring nextprlnr nextspring
spring when heft we com come to vole toe State Stateofficers Statee Stateofficers
officers e and members of the legislature legislaturethe J gielatur gielaturlbe
the Republican vote win come out in all allIts aJlIw altIts
Its strength th and we will mix it with our ourfriends ourfriends ourfriends
friends the theemT enemy in a a way that will willsurprise wfllsurpri willsurprise
surprise them themA themuA theniA
uA A pleasanter theme is the new State Stateof Stateor Stateof
of Oklahoma Its It going to be Uncle UncleSams tjncleSem UncleStms
Sams Sem garden spot and pride and par pardon pardon pardon ¬
don my seeming bias the bright par particular fMrttcular particular ¬
ticular gem em in the galaxy of States We Wehave Webave Wehave
have the best towns of their aim in the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Oklahoma City with liP > popu population population populatlon ¬
lation is already taking taktA en metropolitan metropolitanways Bt8UOpOUtanS metropolitanways
ways S while Guthrte and Mueeogee useosee are arenot arenot arenot
not far behind The star of empire is in inthe inthe inthe
the Southwest and you dont have to tostrain tostrain tostrain
strain your vision to see It ItA It ItA itA
A conspicuous COD figure m the New Wit Wilterd Witlard 1 1lard
lard last Ja t evening em wad R R H H Little Little of the theChicago theCbiCA theChicago
Chicago CbiCA Tribune Trtbuae one on of the famous news newspaper MW5paper newspaper ¬
paper men of the West W He Heattend H COMM to toattead toattend
attend the Phi DeK Delta Theta convention OGItftIttJonbeing coveeatIonbeing conventionbeing
being one of its chief oncers olkeal Frater Fraternity lraternlty Fraterntty ¬
nity men gathered about him la groups groupsand POUplSaAd groupsand
and he was wassfcm easily y OM stat or Ute tb occa occasion occaaba
aba sfcmDick
Dick Little Little said an old friend looksa looksas looks looksas
as a mournful as a graveyard with that thatsolemn thatsolemn thatsolemn
solemn face of his bat t he can ca write writemore writemore writemore
more good funny stuff than Carter had hadoats had0t5 hadeats
oats He is a crackerjack newspaper newspaperman newpaperTRAR newspaperTsaR
man and has done great stunts as a a cor correspondent correspcndent correspondent ¬
respondent respcndent in the Orient During the theRussoJapanese theRUSIIOJapaneI theRussoJapanese
RussoJapanese war his enterprise e caused causedhim causedhim causedhim
him to hire a tug tu which led to his being beingcaptured be1nGcaptured beingcaptured
captured and thrown into a Russian jail jailYoung jallYoung jailYoung
Young Stanley Washburn son of the theMinnesota theMinnesota theMinnesota
Minnesota exSenator was with him and andsnared andshared andshared
shared his prison cell The Russians Russianspinched Russianspinched Russianspinched
pinched Dick for the reason that they theyfound theyfound theyfound
found a couple of Japanese e servants servantsaboard Hrvantsabord servantsaboard
aboard his tug the claim being made madethat madethat madethat
that they were in reality realityO spies spiesOf spiesOf
Of O course it was not to be expected expectedthat expectedtbt expectedthat
that two American hide Ja should be allow allowed allowed allowccl ¬
ed to languish in a vile foreign dungeon dungeonand dungeonand dungeonand
and the matter became at once the sub subject 8ubj6ct subjoel ¬
joel o of international diplomatic dl lomatie proceed proceedings prooMdIn proceedlags ¬
lags In with the result that the liberation liberationof
of Little and Washburn was speedily y ef effected effected efacted ¬
fected fectedThe fectedThe actedThe
The presence ace of Hon Judson C Clem Clements Clemonts Clemonts ¬
onts member of th the < Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CoInmerceCom CommerceComnm1siou
Commission Com Comnm1siou hi the lobby of the t te Raleigh Raleighhist Raleighlast Raleighlast
last evening was a reminder that t at Judge JudgeClements JudgeClements JudgeClemuents
Clements tenure of office will expire expireon
on the last day d y of this year He has hasserved basserved hasserved
served two full terms of six years each eachJudge eachJUdge eachJudge
Judge Clements hails from Georgia he hewas hes hewas
was s In the Confederate army and also alsowas alsowas alsowas
was a member of Congress a number of ofyears oryears ofyears
years on the Democratic side skI and on his hisretirement hisret1re hisretlremtlnt
retirement ret1re nt from rein the House went upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the Commerce Commission CommissionIt
It is believed that there will be a host hostof hostor hostof
of applicants for his place mainly from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his own section the th South The office Is Isone Isone Isone
one of the very best under the govern government pvemment governmeat ¬
ment paying under the new railroad law IawltQQI lawile00
ile00 19609 per annum and lasting for seven sevenyears sevenyears ven venJears
years Among the names of possible po suc successors sucOS80rs suecomors ¬
cessors to Judge 1ud Clements Clel tJts those of er erGov exGov cxGo
Gov Go Montague of Virginia and l exGov exGovAycock exGovAycock exGovAycock
Aycock of North Carolina have been beenfrequently beenCrequentJy beenfrequently
frequently mentioned mentionedCol moat1cmedCot mentionedCol
Col Pete Hepburn the veteran Rep Representative R Represerstative p presentaUve ¬
resentative from Iowa Iowa is in townr town look looking JookInG hooklag ¬
ing as rugged and sound as at any time timein timeIn timein
in his long and honorable public career careerOur cateerOur careerOur
Our State election said the colonel colonelwhile colonelwhile colonelwhile
while not exactly a a surprise was an anillustration anlUustratlon anillustration
illustration of the way that the voters votersare votersare votersare
are exercising It brandnew sort of politi political poUtical politiCal ¬
cal independence The oldtime fealty fIt to a aparty aparty a aparty
party name and party part organization was wasconspicuously wasconspteuously wasconspIcuously
conspicuously absent Republicans by the thethousands thethousands thethousands
thousands in Iow Iowa refused to vote for the thegubernatorial thegubornatorlal thegubernatorial
gubernatorial nominee of their nasty but buton buton buton
on the other hand he got a me tremendous tremendoussupport tremeRdoussUPpOrt tremendoussupport
support from the Democrats Indeed but butfor butfor butfor
for the help of the opposition he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been beaten beatenCuriously beatenCuriously beatenCuriously
Curiously enough said Hon W R RSmith R RSmith BSmith
Smith one o of the Texas delegation n in inCongress InConST InCongress
Congress ConST at the Metropolitan the dis district district dintrict ¬
trict I represent has within the last few fewyears t fewyears w wTears
years Tears become a great J eat eottoRpmduclnsectIOn cottonproducIngsection cottonproducing cottonproducingsection
section Twenty years ago people never neverdreamed neerdtOllmOl neverdreamed
dreamed that cotton could be profitably profitablygrown proftt profitablygrown bly blygrown
grown in Western Texas The West ast was wasthen wastben wasthen
then still regarded r n1ed as in the semiarid aemlarldbolt Hmlarldbolt semiaridbolt
bolt bolt and was thought fit for nothing ex except excOpt excopt ¬
cOpt as asa a grazing region All this has hasbeen hasb hasbeen
been b changed in a surprisingly short shorttime shortUme shorttime
time and this year ear the big counties west westof Wfstof westof
of Fort Worth on the Texas and Pacific PacificRailroad PacificRaflrood PacificRailroad
Railroad have been the banner cotton cottoncounties cottenaDuntJes cottoncounties
counties of Texas The reason for the thetransformation tbetI1l1lsCOrmaUOIl thetransformation
transformation is that good seasons can cannow cannow cannow
now be looked for and as plentiful a rain rainfall rainfftll rainfail ¬
fall as the other portions of the State re receive reo reoc recetvo ¬
ceive c tV The Th tend is as rich as the Mis MisBiseippI MlsBts MIsstroippl
BiseippI Bts lppl bottoms and all it needs te sum sumdent sumdent sumcleat
dent moisture to insure immense crops cropsSince OtopsSince eropsSince
Since Western Texas Tn has proved itself a agreat 8meat agroat
great farming country the U th price of lands landshas landshas landshas
has gone up In the pest ten years from rom15 J5 J5to 5 5to
if
to 5 an acre acrelt acreI acreI
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