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be aJdmoul to THE TH WASHINGTON W ASHI GIO HSRALD HSRALDNew UItoLDXew
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well n Ma MaSATURDAY JIs JIsSATGRDAY
SATURDAY JANUARY JANUARYTariff i iTariff ij 1 1Tariff
Tariff Revision Must Walt WaltAuthoritative WaitAuthorftatfveanuouncemeat
Authoritative Authorftatfveanuouncemeat announcement fe again againmade n nmade
made that an agreement has been entered enteredinto enteredinto uteredinto
into by the President Pre and Speaker of o the theHouse theHouse th thHouse
House to prevent agitation 4ttlon of tariff re revision ltIslon ¬
vision Islon in Congress at this thl session The an announcement announcement ¬
nouncement is 8 accompanied by the state statement atatement ¬
ment that not until BK will the Republi Republicans Republicans Repubilcans ¬
cans go to the country on the tariff tari < re revision re revision ¬
vision question que tioD and that then their plat platform platform ¬
form will contain fltfn a plank pledging pI the theparty theparty
party to consider the question que tlolt In all Its Itsphases Itsphases itsphases
phases thus Implying a promise to revise MYI4iesuch revisesuch
such schedules as may need revision revisionThis IonThis
This programme IO mme is 1 what has been looked lookedfor lookedfor
for by b the politicians pOIItIC4a of both parties We Wedoubt w wdoubt Wedoubt
doubt doubt however that it will prove as sat satisfactory atistactolT t ¬
isfactory to the mass of the people as asthe asthe Uthe
the politicians hope and believe it wilL will It Itis Itis Itis
is investing inve tln the tariff tari question with a astrictly astrictly astricUy
strictly political character which the my myopic myopic myopic ¬
opic standpatters and the irrational high highprotectionists h1chprotecUonl
protectionists protecUonl ta have been claiming cJalm ought oughtnot ht htnot
not to be given If there were broad and andresourceful aDdY
resourceful Y leadership in the Democratic Democraticparty DemoeraUcarty
party arty the issue could be joined now JlO most mosteffectively mHteffectively
effectively and the consideration co of tariff tariffrevision tariffrclslon
revision by Congress Con eu could be forced forcedIt as asit asIt
it ought to be before the time set by the tbeRepublican theRepublican
Republican leaders But the Democrats Democratsin
in Congress seem hepetosery M devoid of ofthat oft ofthat
that t t spirit of aggressiveness ag eat which whichIng Me Meing see seeIng
Ing opportunity beckoning beekonln seJ seJutilizes selses and andutilizes
utilizes it It Their counaels are divided and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their ranks are distracted by b issues of ofsmall ofsmall
small consequence compared with that of ofthe Ofthe octhe
the tariff They Tbe are are therefore Impotent Impotentin
in the face of a a situation that would be beone beone beone
one of hope but for th th their ir inability to act acttogether acttogetber acttogether
together with vigor and singleness of pur purpose pUIpose purpose ¬
pose Nobody understands this th more morethoroughly 1110 mon monthoroughly
thoroughly 1 or appreciates it more fully fullythan tullythan fullythan
than do the standpatters If this were werenot werenot ne neriot
not the case CUe the programme of avoidance avoidanceand avoidanceand t tand
and delay would ould not be accepted by the theRepublican theRepubllean theRepublican
Republican leaders with such cb calm assur assurance uaura assurflce ¬
a ance nee and an confident > nAdent expectation expectationUnfortunately expet tJon tJonCnfortunaely t1oj t1ojtnfortunly
Unfortunately for the highest interests interestsof I Iof
of the country the Democracy DeIDooraCIy has supine supinely supinely ¬
ly and fatuously permitted itself 1t8e to toc be became beeeipe ¬
came c eeipe known as tne tb8UDeOIIa uncompromising foe foeof foeor foeof
of protection If it
were dominated by a aleadership aItadersidp a aeadershlp
leadership capable of purging the party of oftliis ofthis 01 01this
this false character it could go before the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country as a the friend and not the enemy enemyof euemyof P Pof
of an economic system lI which has placed placedthe placedthe I Ithe
the United States in the front rank of oftions na nations nations ¬
tions The alarming aIarmI cry could not notbe hen henbe I Ibe
be raised that when the tariff is revised revisedit revlae I Iit
it must be revised by Hs friends friendsIn trIeD4aIn friendsIn
In the present state of the public mind mindthe JIIIadthe I
the standpatters are at a decided disadvan disadvantage dlea4vlulta disadvantage ¬
ta tage e It is due to a recognition of this fact factthat tactthat factthat
that they feel entirely safe in assuming assumin assuminthe
the th attitude
announced
Republican
re revisionists ¬
visionists yisionlats in which class the President Presidentusually PIelddeDtusually t tusually
usually is included are admonished of ot t
the political wisdom of the course agreed agreedupon agree agreejpon
upon They love Jo their party and they theyare theyare the theare
are too strongly attached to the principle principleof J1nci J1nciof
of protection to urge u e objection n to a a pol ¬
icy which promises prom to accomplish two re result results nosuits ¬
sult suits at once OIIetbe the continuance of their theirparty theirparty thsi r rparty
party in power and a readjustment of the tis C
Dlngley schedules to meet me changed con ¬
ditions ditionsIt ditioJUJI ditlonsIt
It I t is bard to tell as between Secretary Sscretar
Taft and Vice President Fairbanks which whichstands whichstand t tstands
stands the better chance of beme being hit by fr r
the Presidential lightning IIKtItn The former formerpresents f fpresents r rpresents
presents a flue horisomal surface and the th S
latter a a most excellent perpendicular
sur aj ¬
face
Outwitting the King KingProverbially RingProVWbMl7at If tug tugProvrbimHy
Proverbially ProVWbMl7at at least leut Love bMghs at atOCksMWIIJ a t
locksmiths Love L veue sometimes laughs at atmuch atmueh a t tmuch
much more exalted personages es than Jock loeksmlthssometimes Jocksmlth lockmIthsometIna
smlthssometimes smlth ometJ 8S the little winged god d
laughs at kings Just now he to laughing laughlnat g
at his majesty y of England En ncl Edward E wanl VII
Prince Arthur of Connaught Connau t nephew of o pf
the King is very ery much in love with Lady Lad I
Marjorie Manners beautiful and bewitch bewitching bewltehlng bewitchlug ¬
lug daughter of the Duke of Rutland L
The young people have been devoted devotedsweethearts devotedsweethearts d dsweethearts
sweethearts for years and would have hair l lbeen
been man and wife wit long ago were It not notfor notfor ne nefor
for the interposition of the Kingly y veto vetoThe vetoThe vet vetThe
The King has no objection to the match matchexcept matchxcept matc matcexcept
except the poverty of the young 7Oun lady 1a4I as asthe atbe a a athe
the word poverty is 1 taken and accepted to tomean tomean I 0 0mean
mean t1llO among royal personages To all allentreaties allentreatt a II IIeutrestleg
entreatt entreaties his majesty has turned an un unhearing U 1hearing I Ihearing
hearing ear Nothing short oort of the requi requisite lefJulsite requ I Isite ¬
site dot upon up n the part of Lady Marjorie Marjoriewill Marjoriewill farJuni Le Lewill
will win his favoring tortD assent assentNow UleDtNow assentNow
Now theres asi a astptetty pretty a a royal romance romanceas C Cas
as one ever finds in real life lit The fairy fairyprincess fairyprinoesi fair I Iprinoenc
princess Cinderellalike sits sIt beside bee the thelowly thelowly th C Clowly
lowly fireside and pines pi for the coming e of ofher ofher c pf pfher
her Prince Charming who bo alas is held hel 41 41sack
back under the magic and allpowerful allpowerfulspell allpowerfulsPt ii ii8p11
spell sPt > U of the ogre O Of
course eou you have to tomix tomIx I 0 0mix
mix up the fairy tales a little bit bI In order ordernicety orderto orde ir irto
to make them At the
C88e In p4at to a aIicety aiicety
Iicety but there Is the situation for all allof aUof a 11 11of
of that The magic spell pl 1 must be broken brokenT broKenhefole brdke n nfore
T efore > fore the bride bride is
won and before they theycan theycan the I Icln
can all live happily ever after afterLady afterLad afterLady
Lady Lad Marjorie is resourceful and she shehas abehas at ie ieha
has ha announced a aPlan plan to secure the neces necessary IMCeSsar I Isar ¬
sar sary funds for obtaining the royal consent consentto onnoet t tto
to th the union with Prince Arthur The Themagic Themagic T IC ICmagic
magic spell is to be lifted with money moneyobtained moneyobtained mon 1 1obtained y
obtained from the conduct of a lingerie lingerieestablishment Jingprieestablishment lirgr le leestablishment e
establishment which she proposes propo to open openin openin ope n 0in
in London town Since King Edward Ertwardstands Edwardstands Edwar dstands d
stands committed to the match so soon soonas oemas soc 0I 0Ias n
as the dot is procured he is now no con confronted CODfronted co I Ifronted ¬
fronted with 1th a situation even more to his hisdislike hisdislike h Is Isdislike
dislike than the other To have a future futureprincess futureprince futui e eprincess
princess prince s of the th wynl rn l house dabble In Intrade Intradeand I Intradeand n
trade tradeand and lingerie at tt that thatif is too much muchfor muchfor muc h iafor
for the royal nerves nt > n He has appealed to tohis tohis I ohis o
his friends to help him oat o of the dlffi dlfficulty dUIIculty dI I Icuity
culty The frientls of the monarch strange strangeto atran e eto
to rel rehh ite are rather prone to sympathise sympathisewith e ewith ewith
with the t11 < lover lon > r and open threats are aremade artmade ai re remade e
made from Englands proudest arist aristCY c ccy N Nad
ad cy that l1 at L LIl Lidy idy iliujories ajoria shop sUUl liave 1v it e
4
patronage pa pafr tronage galore Unless the Kingly Kinglytrown
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frown fr own at once disappear all Englands EnglandJlngeI1e
lingerie lin gerie shall henceforth bear the Rutland Rutlandanna
arms ar ms until he smiles ugain and bids the theappllolLnta
arap
applicants ap plicants kneel for the Kingly blessing w ac acHett
Heres Hett petticoat diplomacy with ftb a ven venleaace yenonaice
geance g onaice literally and In fact All the theworld theworld theorki
world w wfo orki loves a lover lov r and the best teSt wishes wishesfor wtltbestor
for fo r ultimate triumph over the august augusthead augustad
head he ad of the British domains will go out outto outto
to Prince Arthur and andLAd andLady Lady Marjorie from fromsensible fromsbIe
sensible se naftite persons everywhere everywhereOne
One of the first recommendations of Gov GovHughes GovHughes Govughes
Hughes H ughes was u for a new State prison That Thatlooks ThatIoeka Thatoks
looks lo oks eg a though he means business businessi businessAn busineltSAn businessAn
i I
An American Temple of Peace PeaceAndrew PeaceABdrew I
Andrew Carnegie could not have found founda foundwOrthier
a a worthier wOrthier beneficiary of his generous generousdisposition PHrouadispoIItttoR
disposition d than the Bureau of American AmericanRepublics AJIIeI1canRepubltea
Republics R This nl institution has grown pownIn grownusefulness
in usefulness and importance until now nowit nowIt
it constitutes a strong bond of union be be between
tween t ween the nations of this hemisphere as aswell
well w elt as an effective agency for the pro promotion
motion m otion of common CemIRO commercial and Indus btduatrial
trial t niti aims It has for a long time needed dd eeI eeIn
an a n adequate adeq ate and dignified home pro provt
vision vt vi sion for which bleh had been made by ap apropriatiens p pptOprIattoDa
propriations p of the various governments governmentsconnected pver ftt5 ftt5coonecte4
connected c with the bureau bureauNow
Now comes Mr Carnegie with a gen reneroua
erous o man gift of liDooo 1OOi 79 OGa which together with withthe
the t he moneys already alread available will permit permitthe
the th thi e expenditure of about a a million dollars dollarin dollarsIn
in i n acquiring a site and erecting erectt a building bulkUnrortJu
worthy w ortJu of the purpose and importance ImportaDCeot
of o f the bureau It is proposed that the thenew th
new n ew building butl tD8 shall be of a LaUnAmeri LaUDAmerican
can c an type of architecture representative representativeof
of o f the International Iftter atlonl character of the In Institutton 1 18tttutkm
I stitutton a to be boused in It It Such a abulldmgo
building b will be II a notable addition to the thepUbUC
public p ublic edifices which adorn Washington W Wand
and a pa nd an enduring monument to Mr r Car Carnegies Carnestes
negies n egle s beneficence beneficenceWith beneftceneeWith
With the motives which inspired Mr MrCarnell
Carnegie C In making this gift wa fully fullysympathise run runqJltpaUatZ
sympathise s HIs hope is that It may MIl be behelpful bebelptu
sh helpful h toward perpetuating tIM bond of ofamity oramity
amity a and friendaWii which baa always alwaysexisted aJ aJexSateci alwaysxisted
existed e between betw the great republic of the theNorth tMNorth theorth
North N orth and its Southern neighbors We Weagree Wegee
agree a gree with Mr r Carnegie e that every ev eveneratioft everygeneration
generation should see them drawing drawingcloser rawtnaclaJer
closer c loser together and trust with him himUtat
that t peace among them ma mabroken may ever M Mbroken On Onroktst
broken brokenThe b I IThe
The Woe block system Is now op agatast a the thegreat UIet
great g reat t American M knock kaockStreet systoss yem yemStreet
Street Cars to New S w Union Station StationIt Stat n nIt
It te earnestly JMIItIy to be hoped that Con Congress Coawm n ¬
gress g rem will not fall daring cl1rt this short IIIIoItsIoa ses session ¬
sion sIoa s loxi to provide means by which the pub public blie ¬
lie l ie may readily conveniently and cheap cheapsenger cheapIy cheapy
Iy l y reach aa4 lean the neW u union loR pu pu1ICR5er psienger
senger a station upon Its completion Login Legislation lAtJisIaUOn Loginatlon ¬
lation I to this end te imperatively I needed neededThere DeededThere
There should be no delay The street car carcompanies Galcompanlel
companies c wish it naturally The Her Herald Herald Herid ¬
ald a id however speaks peak on behalf of the thepublic thepublloaot
public publloaot not alone the Washington public publicwhich PUblicwbicll
which Is primarily p Interested lateratect but the thetraveling tJMtra theraveling
traveling tra t veU public as well wellThe wellThe
The facilities for petting to and from fromtbe fromthe fromhe
the t he station should be fully taU in keeptas keeptaswith keepIIqith
with ith the uptodate accommoaations of ofthe oCthe
the new union unto station itself otherwise otherwisethe otberwIMthe otherwisethe
the magnificent enterprise terprlIIe will faU short shortof artof shortof
of public demand demandThere c1elllDcIThere demandThere
There witf wiJ it te to be expected expeetedbe be con controversy CODtroveny ¬
troversy m contention over routes 10 or orright orbt oiright
right bt of way y Already there te l contro controversy coetroyeny ¬
versy and contention This Th inevitably inevitablymust Inevitablymuat Inevitablymust r
must figure m In the equation It Is ever everso eveiso
so 80 The Herald proposes no solution utton aa aato aato ai aito
to that But It does urge that there te teno Ii Iino I
no thne to be frittered away and that thatsetiea thataiIouId thLsousa
setiea should not be deferred TIle pee people peepie ¬
I
pie will expect ample pie facilities for reach reachIng r ch chbig i
big and leaving the terminal street Net cars carsat II I I
at band to carry them as they go u and andcome adcome an ancomeS I
come This 11a te a public demand Nothing Nothingshort Nothiatrshort NothIn r
rL
short of it will answer Congressmen Congressmenthemselves eoclellRDeDtbenUIeIva Congreaesieithemselves L
themselves do not all use carriages and andcomplaint azacICOIftplaint I Icomplaint
complaint from that high quarter will willquickly willquickly 1 1quickly
quickly be heard heard if legislation should fall failIt fallIt fallIt
It is I a question that tho should b h be dealt with withpromptly withpromptly willpromptly
promptly courageously and equitably equitablyCongress equitablyDO equitablyCongress
Congress no less than the two District DistrictCommittees lctCoaaa DistricCommittees
Committees Coaaa tteal should see the knaortance knaortanceof tance tanceof e eof
of ttespeclaUy It pecIaDy the Importance tnes of action actionat IICttoaat I Iattb1sae1oeL
at attb1sae1oeL attb1sae1oeLAn this thisAn UWIAJt
An enterprising publisher publleberpr proposes proiise i ipopular a aIOP I Ipopular
IOP popular edition of the CengrcMiional O 1o Rec Record Record Record ¬
ord What would be do doIeaft leave out the thespeeches tMspeecbee tIn tInspeeches
speeches speechesCongress speecbeeCongr speechesCongross
Congress Congr SS and District Corporations CorporationsThte CorporationsTIM CorporationsThis
TIM newspaper has had some few fewthings fewtbID fe fethings
things to say about gas and the price of ofgas nfPIt ot f fgas
gas since Representative Rep tat1ve Madden Madclenquite MadclenquiteUDUpected1 quite quiteunexpectedly I Iunexpectedly
unexpectedly to tos the city cltytntroducecl introduced his blabin hi hisbin I Ibill
bin to reduce the rate to 75 cents per thou thousand thouIJNI thousand ¬
sand feet eet t Other Washington WHhln oa newspapers newspapershave Jaewepapenbave S Shave
have likewise had something to say sayThere y yThere y P PThere
There Is perfect unanimity on the t sub subject subject subJoel ¬
ject The pre pteesand rand 1UMl the puWic favor the tbeproposition theJIIIOP08itlon tb S Sproposition
proposition of course counefayorlt favor it enthnraa enthnraaticaliy enihueaaThey thw thwucaUy
ticaliy They believe it to be fair The Thesentiment TheMOUmeat Th Thdt
sentiment of the community te much tbe tbesame tlMame tb tbsame
same indeed as was the sentiment of the tbeHouse theHOOM lb C CHouse
House of Representatives over five aveaPe years yearsago S Sago
ago when that body by aa overwhelming overwhelmingvote g gI
vote ordered the District Committee < to re report r rport riport I ¬
port a a bill reducing < the rates ratesBut 13 ratesBut tell tellBut
But tbe will of the lions was 8 then thenignored t1NmOIecI the It Itin
ignored OIecI disregarded defied Why or orhow orhow o ohew in
how nobody pretends preten to know knowQuite knowQuite
Quite the most remarkable remarkablethat suggestion suggestionthat suggestlobaa I
that has come to the notice of this paper paperand paper paperaDd
and It te hearing from both sides sId sidesIs is thai thaithe thatthe the thethe t
the advocacy of cheaper light lJ bt te going to tohurt tokart I 0 0hurt 9
hurt corporate interests jnteres that it may in injure InjUre I IJune ¬
jure our wellmanaged llmanagM street railways in inparticular InprUeu1ar I z zthat
particular that Congress having its I eyes eyesopened eYeIIopened eye S Sas 1
opened as a to gas s win look askance and anddistrust aaddJatTUllt an 4 1
4t
distrust any sort of Washington project projectthat projecttbat proisethat t
that hereafter comes up however men meritorious mentorteus mer I ¬
IIt
torious torteus and thus business interests will willsuffer wUlniter wi It 1
suffer Therefore the Washington news newspapers newpapers newinow a ¬
papers now advocating cheaper gas are aretearing Aretear1q ai 0 0tearing 1
tearing down rather than tha building < up upOf upOf upOf
Of course the arrant nonsense of all allthis IItbltl a II IIthis II
this Is apparent on its face and that M Mwhy Mwh Ispresented
why wh it te presented pre here hereBusiness hereBu hereBusiness
Business Bu I Interests are not going to suffer sufferby sderb su r rby r
by b the advocacy or the passage pa ap of the theMadden theMd4Jen ti e eMadden
Madden bill for cheaper gas The whole wholecommunity wboIecommuulty wbo IS IScommunity
community will 111 profit t by it Itbulnea business in interests IDterntI Is Isterests ¬
terests In particular Every thinking < man manwho ma n nwho
who has not a mercenary interest in the thesubject thesubject ti I0 I0subject
subject knows it Chairman Oallmger Oallmgerknows GAUInprImowa in inlm
knows lm It It Chairman Babcock who whoaoIn te tegoing Isgoing
going out right ht knows It It Everybody In Infact Infact I Iknows
fact fact knows It who wants to know the thetruth tb4ttruth tk tktruth
truth truthCongress
truthCoaar
Congress Coaar ta full of honest men No fair fairdealing falrdeaU fat fatdealing r
dealing deaU corporation in Washington ba baanything b banJthinc hi IF
IFU
anything to fear at Its hands We Ve VedJft hear heardire bee U
dire forebodings about confiscation but butCongress butI hi hiCongress i h
Congress COftp never yet has practiced confisca confiscation ca catton 1 1lion ¬
I
lion It never wiTh l1l In dealing with pub public publie pul pullie ¬
lie utilities it has been uniformly just if IfI Ifnot
not absolutely ab generous We W e are an sure il iiwill l
will 111 continue that policy The suggestion sUgsetltlonthat rn rnII n
I that a reduction in the price of gas wJl wllprtcipftate wi II l
precipitate a cataclysm or that other cor corporadoM cot cotpotatlons F s
poratkme have anything hi common with withthe wil ith ithtJJe h hthe
the gas company te so preposterous that thatwe thaLwe th CL CLwe 1
we think Congress ess ought to hear it It Hear HearIn r rlug
lug In it It we feel all the more certain thai thafthe tha ti tithe <
the Madden bill will pass JIUI8Such passSuch
Such logic deserves des rvH fair treatment treatmentThe treatmentThe treatmentThe
The Sultan of Morocco has forwarded a aletter Aletter aletter
letter to the President of the United UnitedStates UnIt d dStates
States in which he is addressed ed as The Theoved TI in inB
Beloved B oved the > ij8t j et t Gracious the Exalted Exaltedthe ExaltedII d dth
II the th Mighty light Fri Frknd < nd the Most Honored and and andExoeUalt at d dExcellent
Excellent President who is Americas Pfl P1 El I
1 lar Ia n the Meat Celebrated Cel ra d Preserver Pre rvor of the theTrue tl1eTrne therue
T True rue Ties of Friendship the Faithful FaithfulFriend Fl1lUtfulFriend Faithfulriend
F Friend riend Theodore Roosevelt Dont know knowof kn01or knowcourse
o of course what the letter contained but butfrom
fi from fr om the way it starts off it t Is presumed presumedthe plWUmedthe
t the th e Sultan added Burn BurnthIa this thIileter thIileterAnd letter letterAnd
And now nowa a prominent English RGU911 prelate prelateis prlflteh prlfltehII prelateoU3ted
Jl is quoted Quat as saying jthe the President flW flWunduly Okunduly IkI
unduly interest himself hlm Jr In the appoint appointment appointeat
ment m eat of Archbishop Ireland to a cardinal eardlnalate e cardinale r lnal lnalate
B ate at e Gentlemen of the Ananlw Cf Club Clubprepare h hprepare
prepare pr epare the ballot ballotTwo ballotTwo ballotTwo
Two Reform Governors GovernorsIt
It is interesting and instructive to com compare oompare cornare ¬
pare p are the legislative le latlve recommendations of ofthe ofI
the th e reform governors of N New W l Yuk rk and andMissouri 4Mtuoun 34 34hoOUFI
Missouri M thM hoOUFI Gov Hughes the Repot6 Repot6confined R RniblIca RniblIcaonlined lIc lIccontined
confined c < himself to urging few Im Important hnportant heortant ¬
portant p ortant measures of legislation while bile the themessage themee theessage
i message mee m essage ge of the Democratic governor governorFolk governorFolk oyeraor oyeraorFolk
Folk teems t ms with suggestions for the reg regulation r rulaUon reglatlon ¬
i ulation u or suppression of alleged public publicevils pubUeevu
t evils vils Where Gov Hughes sketches elCba only onlythe oaIJthe onlye
t the th e main ojutllnes tlln of corporation corpo oat1on legisla legislation epilation leglelson ¬
t tion ti on and that concerning concemi publicservice publicservicecorporations publteservtceeorporaUou publIcservIcerporation
e corporations co rporation alone Gov Folk frames fnuMSmany
i many m any specific specl provisions of legislation for forthe ferthe fcre
t the th e control of all corporations corporationsWhy corporatloUWb7 corportImiWhy
Why Gov ov Hughes H should have omitted undttMfrom
f from rom his message ssage any consideration ef ttbe
t the he trust problem as presented by b1f1td b1f1tdtrial Indue Induetrial induerial
t trial rial corporations does not appear One Onepassage OneeXNe8Ie
l passage p expresses his belief tiel that rebates rebatesand rooatMaDd rebatesnd
and a nd dIscrimInations In railway rates ana anaIn IUMIIn
I In facilities for transportation traapor Uon havw con CODtt1butecl eonnibuted
t tributed to the growth wtJI of monopoly and andthe alldtile andhe
t the he crushing of competition He may maytherefore 1M 1Mtherefore mayherefore
t therefore count on the suppression of ofrailway o orallwa Ofilway
railway ra ilway favoritism to remove one of the themain tINmain theain
main m ain sources IM Ur of monopoly and doubtless doubtlessbe cI cIbe
t be b e has faith in the power of the courts courtsto courtsto courtso
t to o curb abases a awaes of corporate power It Itprobable te teprobable isrobable
I probable p robable also that Our Go Hughes thinks thinksIt tb thinkswiser
It wiser to concentrate his energies Ml1t on a asingle aIntde aingle
single s measure of corporate cor te reform and andthat andtbat andhat
t that t in advocating a4v0catin stringent trtt regulation of ofpublte orpbI
publte pbI p ub1leeervce ervce corporations be stands upon uponfirmer upoeftnner uponicer
firmer Sl icer ground than be would if he ha haattempted had haIattempted
attempted a to so into the matter of ofenamcui g guy v veminent
eminent enamcui e control of industrial corpora corporations oImOra oImOraUaRa cirporaThus ¬
tions tionsThus UaRaTb
Thus Tb Gov Folk would appear sr the more moreradical moreraclJcal 1OiO 1OiOdical
r radical ra dical of the two in respect to the vu vurecommended nnet vaely
net r and cope of iIat t ve e ereeommeaadecl ceaaares ceaaarescommended
J recommended re yet t both governors could eouMtravel couNtravel couldravel
travel t a long < way without parting p rUn com company cOlD cOlDpany cOmpuny ¬
pany Their Their8 eyes are set In the same samedirection samedirection sameirection
direction d dw but the Easterner Jaatern a3tenitar r te proceeding proceedingwith proeee tWitb proceedingith
with w ith more mutton and greater dream circumspection elretltD1IMdIOn dreampertlon ¬
spection s The Democrat who by It party partytradition partytradition partyradition
tradition t should be averse ene to totbe enlarging enlargingthe
the t he burdens of government vernmen te the thetMI8tet more moreInsistent morensistent
Insistent I on developing the power of the theState theStat
State S tate to Hs constMotfenal limit On the theother theother thether
other o ther hand the Republican executive ecutm ecutman sets setsan
an a n example pIe of relative moderatIon and andconservatism actC08a6 andPrtpentty
C08a6 conservatism conservatismProsperity u uPrwpertty
Prosperity Is a curious thing tbl The higher highertbe Idg higherhe r rthe
the t he cost of betiding I tbe higher the build buUdtngs buI1dt buildngseemtogn
tngs tngsThe t l ngseemtogn ngseemtognThe p to so soThe
The legislators ton and two carloads of ofnut pea peanuts peauts ¬
nuts n uts arrived simultaneously In Columbia ColumbiaS CoIu CoIuS
S S C on January L 1 We do not know knowwhether mowwhether knowwhether
whether this thu was providential proVlclea or ar arranged arranpd asanged ¬
ranged r with matte aforethought aforethoughtAn
An enterprising ea Parisian cigar eIprtur manufac manufacturer mosofeuner ¬
turer t uner < has put the Count de doigar Caatafbuw Caatafbuwdear CMMI CMMIet
dear c igar on the market Probably PrM ly a rttts 1 lilt15rg
HIS rg stogie in disguise disguiseOne cIIanIeeOM dIUI5eOn
One On of the biff telephone te companies ooa hoe hoeust
just j ust divided a In dividends cllvIdeDurtnc accruing I
during urtnc the past six months IDOftt and MH IU sons sonspeople I Ipeople I
people continue to believe belle that talk te techeap 18cheap ii iiChtP
cheap cheapNevertheless cheapNeverthelea ChtPNevOTIhOIOSS
Nevertheless and notwithstanding notwtthata the thepure t1aepure thepure
pure food law will wtJlDeVer never be able to toa1rolDD make makea ahe ahea
a a1rolDD woman explain whats wbat In the tlaeThe hash hashThe hashThe
The Portland Oregonian has bashMdecI an aliareJ aliareJheaded jj
headed MGetdas Out ef Seattle The Thewisest thetbhqr Thewt
wisest thing to do te to avoW av WIC gotdng gatttuInto
Into Seattle hi the first place J laeLc placeCanary placeBrace
c IIn1II an now rated at t tOUDCe as I Ince
OUDCe Brace nce JCr r Rockefeller has an ancounced aD aDJOUDeec1 n nnounced
counced that he cannot afford oysters 0eI1IhIa 1 t thte L LhIs
hIs table table perhaps pertsa be might t afford canary canarysires cosar r rbi
sires bi siresThe
1IInIaThe
The only grave danger to Ix cone from rem a aprotracted aprouaeted I I Iprouncted
protracted spell of ottbe the kind of weather weatherwe wed wedwe weathiuwe
we have been having vtu of late te I the possl posslbfttty pmulthat
bfttty bait that the sprints poets may come out outof CMItof on I Iof
of their lairs lairsGen lainJell lairsGee
Gen Knropatktns book Lessons of ofthe Got1M c I Ithe
the War has ha been suppressed stiPP by the theCsar tileCar tis C CCw
Car The Cxar C may be willing to con concede COla COlaeede concede ¬
cede that experience te the th best teacher teacherunder teaeher1ID teacherunder
under some circumstances clre but be evi evidently eYl4eutly cvideutly ¬
dently considers the lessons Kurspatithleanited Kuropatktn Kuropatktnlearned UrOptJdnIeallecI
learned IeallecI thereby unfit to print printThe printTIle printThe
The PaIl Mall Gaaette announces JUmO that thatIt tJaatIt the t tIt
It has received a a letter composed AIPORCl of a asingle aIle8tence
single sentence of 3 words No 4o names namesare DILJIIeIant namementioned S
are mentioned but we seriously suspect suspectfrom nspectIt auspec t tIt
It wu from Henry Ja JaMrs JaIn James JamesMrs
Mrs Sage presented pr ented a number of sailors sailorswith sailorwith Ion Ionttb
with nicely embossed calendars for the thenew theDe lb
lbt
new De year Thats That a gift after Uncle Rt RtaelTs RU4l RU4lseW Ru RuseUa t
aelTs seW own heart only he would have haveprobably ltaveprobably hay C Cprobably
probably made ma e them almanacs almanacsThe almanaesThe almanacsThe
The treasurer trean of Pennsylvania an anI aDnouuce 1 1nounces
I nounces that he wilt only allow alJo < the theJators high legtelators I IIntern
Intern to draw 1360 iid per month A I the themaximum thema th C Cmaximum
ma maximum u amount they y can draw is I 1iIO 1iIOthis 3165thIn L680 L680this
this is I taken by many horrified Penneyl Penneylvanfaa penlTaR I Iyaniis
vanfaa TaR to mean a five month mcmUM session sessionof Iot1oC a aof
of the honorable body It certainly certainlYaoe certainlYaoelook floes floeslook doe S Slook
look like deliberately hunting bunttn trouble troubleSan troubles troubleFrancisco
San Francisco F1a eteo te to have a Worlds World Fair Fairla FaIrta Pal In InIn
la ItB 1tISi but so far the Japanese have havemade haveJII34Ie hat C Cmade
made no move to provide a suitable ex exhlbit CChlblt e ehibit
hlbit hlbltA hibitA
A man advertises es In a Milwaukee paper paperfor paperfor pope r rba
for three lost boxes of cigars and prom promtees proma I Ilees
tees a reward of 141 W for their return The TIMlittle Tb 0 0little
little woman who gave ve them to him for a aChristmas aChristmas
Christmas present nt shouldnt Moul ltt waste too toomueh to l0 l0much
much sympathy upon him He may be a asly asly
sly dog also t mean thlnA thing
A New York shoplifter said Id she merely merelywanted merelywaated morel y yto
wanted to write up her experience so sotbe eothe a Pd Pdthe
the judge save ve her six months for the tileopealltl t3 I Iopeulug e
open opealltl sentence MfttenceThe sentenceThe
The birth rate fe steadily increasing increasingthroughout lnerebactblO lncreesla lncreeslathroughout
throughout tblO ut America erIea And still there are araIgnorant areI a aIgnorant
Ignorant I rant and misinformed people who con 0011tend 5 5toDd
tend that Roosevelt popularity is on the theThe thewane U e eWaDS
wane WaDSThe
waneTIle
The Goodwater Ala Enterprise made madeaa madean mai Is Isan
an eloquent plea on New Years Day DA for forthe torthe fe fethe
j the waterwagon Lets quit and Rndqult stay stayquit ste stequit
quit says fJJ the Enterprise There is Ispaper Ispaper a apaper
paper that proposes to live right rl ht op to its itsgood I Ipod I Igoodname
good goodname goodnameProf name nameProf nameProf
Prof Jordan says n the Congo people can canplay canplay ca n nplay
play cats eat cradle Dont know what the thegame tlMPDM t tgame
game is but if theres a a kitty we pre presume presume pr e esume
sume King Leopold gets It ItDr ItDr It ItDr
Dr Vadal Yl Tads of Paris Par calls attention to toth I tothe
the th great t danger from germs in the th use useof in inO Be Bef
of O f Oriental carpets The only safe it thing thingfor thlftfor thhi thhifor
for everyday folks to do is to boll their theirOriental theirOrieRtaI the ir irOriental
Oriental carpets carpe carpeThe carpetsTbe
The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn Bro klyn has huunanlDl b Is Isunanimously
unanimously unanlDl y voted vot that marriage marr e te a afailure afailure
failure A person forced to live In Brook Brooklyn Bred Bredlyn
lyn is apt to feel that way about a great greatmany gre rt rtmany it itmany t
many things In kttkLs this life IfCeThe lifeThe
The New York YodrClobs Globe is Inclined to sneer sneerat sneerat sno ir irat
at Mr James J me Bryces claims to be the thefirst theftI1lt ti t tlirat °
first man to reach the summit of Mount MountArarat MQuntAmTRt Moui MouiArarat
Ararat and reminds us of Noah Never Nevertheless Noert Nerotheless ¬
theless t it must be acknowledged that Mr MrBryoe MrBryoe M r rBryoc 7
Bryoe performed pertonn d his deed with infinitely infinitelyless Infinitely1et16 InfinIte ly lylOSS
less discomfort dl tort and annoyance an ovance to the bal balance baJnee ha 1 1of ¬
nee of mankind than Noah did didMan didMall didMan
Man is a plain necessity says 5a 5 5woman a awoman amagaxin
woman magaxin writer And yet It Is h ht Isocntendd s
ocntended I ntendld that necessity Is the mother of otinvention f
1 invention
A LITTLETNONSENSE LITTLETNONSENSETII
TII TU1I niMTiiEsoanB UAUD UAUDOh DIIDOh
0 Oh h the optimistic rhymester Is a joy for forevermore torevenDOle forevermore
evermore evermoreHe evenDOleHe
I He li e can c warble forth a carol when the wolf wolfte wolfIa
te at the door etoorwicked door1aked
wicked lcked men may corner foodstuffs and andnecessities adeeeNIt1ft
necessities > of of earth earthBet earthBut
r Bet B ut the U poet t isnt bothered for f l they can cannot 0Annot
not corner mirth mirthOh mirthOn
Oh O h the tb ptmi8tc mt ue rhymester te a boon to tobate toba
bate ba around aroundHe aroundH aroundcan
He H can hap in c rf Imre TiNer m when hen his htefeet b bteet
feet are on the ground groundGreedy 1TOnc1Greedy
Greedy G reedy trusts mry mli > try r n t t orae 111III c rush vs they theymay theyIDAY
may harry and < m anBut ny > y yBwt
But B ut the poet t iiv I hthroL > othe i fier 167cannot 167 tflCfcannot
cannot corner joy joyIt jo joI
It I t IN I X NC < > Wo WOdIlkZl f wr wrla < r rJane
Jane la where te my Inf in nocktieT nocktieTWhere r rWhere
Where you put It it my MYI dear dearIs
Is I it any wonder that awn become bra braSo hnatal
tal t el
So the PeliiilKtH 5ny 5nyI 6nioor
oor I bate to contemplate the earning 11I 11Ii pev pevriod
i r riod ri nd of depression depressionIs oni
i Is one conringr conringrWell r
I Well according aeeortU to my best aiW8 aiW8It adviess advice we weare
f are It re m for a slump that will wake the thepanic U UjJlUlle
j panic p Ri c of II seen like UkepoO jiietajnoesi thais thaeNow ttIati ttIatiQxltc thaisQxite
Qxltc Ploltl1bIc Ploltl1bIcNow Prohabl
Now N ow march JMlebwkIt with steady freat t alifl ld flanks flanksi lCs lCsTIle
i The fees fo of raw rawBut 11118I
I 3 But B ut hi a month I fear r their theirWm uIrJ uIrJI z zWill
I Will dwindle dwiladleI sacs
I dwiladleOf
Of Course CourweI Oourl Oourli
I WoeM 08Id a a cowboy say y ius WtUn girl slrt or orI orntd I IJUde
I JUde ntd a1 ar arA 1 r rOIl
OIl A stage cowboy ofWboyti ceWlo7ry ceWlo7rweuI4 cowboyYss
i y Yes Yesj
j Bfe B would sy WOe yell yellNot pIIot
Not ot Itasily JJnII ntturJtell ntturJtellWYeur Dii DThturhel turI > e < I IYew
WYeur Yew friend seams to be a cool eeo1t eeo1HcoI1 TBW TBWtomer ss
tomer tomerOteJT t oaner
OteJT CQol I Say he h f s the taMpttatat wan wbe wheY ver verJept
I Jept pttatat himself fat Frisco the awnhuf gftsr gftsrhe er ert erA er ertbe
tbe t he disaster
disasterA
A Wholesaler IVholoftRlurI holoRI r rI
I I understand nnde entan4 stand that John D Rockefeller Kocketuer8a7S Bockefalioreays Rockefellersay
8a7S say he cant ca t afford lford to buy oysters oystersOh oyetersUOb oystersOh
UOb Oh well wollthe the world te his oyster oysterTHE oysterTHE
THE INNOCENT INNOCENTBYSTANDER INNOCENTBYSTANDERThu BYSTANDER BYSTANDERTUB
TUB FJMBKSD FJMBKSDTow 1nI1C D
Tow 1 always ahva came when whenV1Ma skies ware bins bineWhen binsWhen
When tree tr were green and a ail ail1II1Ibt 41 was wa wabrtfUt
bright brtfUtThe 1II1IbtTIN
The sunshine mocked tbe smite of yon yonYon OUlIer
Per It wu DOt 80 good a sight t tY01I
Yon Y ou always came when skies Ware fair fairWhen CalrW1Iea fairWhen
When roses biased along a the tea teaAnd Iue IueAM
And A nd there was wa gladness dDe everywhere everywhereYou everJW1aereYou
You did not come hi days of 0 raw rawYou raJa raJaY
You Y always alw 8 came clan when belt joy WAS ft here hereWhen INnWJaeD boreWbe
When Wbe there was happiness h te spare spareWhen spareWbea spareWhen
When there was never aught to fear fearHer rrNer fearNor
Her any bitterness bitt to bear bearYou bearYou bearTon
You always came when laughter leaped leapedAnd heapedAnd Pad PadADd
And sorrow thrummed the door m lit vain vainWhen vaIR vainWhen
When pies pIeuure sure was on pleasure heaped heapedYou beape6Tou heapedYou
You did not come in hours of pale patei pateYou paleTou paleYou
i
You always ahra came when sons song WB wa t free freeWhen free freeWIa freeWhen
When WIa music echoed from from the walls wallsYovr iallsYour alia aliaYew
Yew voice bleat with the melody melodyThat melocl7That
That rang triumphant through UarGa h the t halts haltsYou hallsYou I IYou
You always came when beD rapture thrlHrrtJ thrlHrrtJThe tbrtIkdTbe thrt1lr1The
The air and tn sweet echoes rushed rushedYon ruabedYoa rushedYou
Yon dU d not come when beD songs were w staled staledYou tIDedYou stilledYou
You did not come when aU was hushed hushedAnd hUIIItHJIcI huabdcount
And so I count you as my friend friendFor tn4Pw friendFee
For laughter ter sunshine and blithe song songAre iI8DIAn
Are baubles we may give st or tend tendNor IeD4Nor lendNor
Nor care to hold them overlong overiongBat owerl8ll5But overlongBut
But these my sorrows are mine own ownI
I hold them sacred in my care careAnd careJI onesAnd
And I wosJd keep them t none alone aloneThe aloneThe 1oM 1oMlaI
The ethers are for ail to share shareyo shareNO n nO
yo O JHSTAKIiter 3IISTAKB 3IISTAKBDaughter MlSPAKIklisughter
Daughter ter say says the ainbttloa mother modseI
1 1 an afraid yon made a mistake m lit treat bWtJIr treatisa treating ¬
ing Mr Bllltocrat as you did didHow didHow didMow
How do you mean mean mamma mammaBy mammaBy 1 1By
By acting with such hauteur toward towardhim towanIbtm I >
II
him hlmwhenhestolakiss when he stole oIe a kiss I Ikuowbeisa Ikuowbeisatrills know he te a atrifle atrifte I
trifle impetuous and all that bat batBut batN batNI butBut
I But t I didnt make a mistake mamma mammaI
I didnt act the least bit angry until after afterhe at at1M be behe
he bad kissed me meTWO meTtO meTWO
TWO WBttlvS IATBR IATBRTte IATBRn hATICRTin
Tin two weeks after Christmas and all allthrough afttJuoouP al I Ithrough 1
through the land landvary IudIIftI7 lendPvery
IIftI7 vary package of matt malllIu malllIuaed has been asccfeoely asccfeoelyscanned axIousI r rscanned r
scanned scannedBut scannedBut aed aedBtIt
But BtIt alas Weve sent presents to quite CIUIteJaqe C CJaTe
a Jarge throng throngThai throBTIaat throngThat <
Thai we thought would reaIaamtssm isclfneeaU IC and aawe andwe I Iwe I
we guessed wrong wrongLSBED WTOBIUSKD wrongtSIgn
LSBED TO IT ITDuring ITDerIIaa
During the progress of the banquet at atwhich atwbtcb a awhIch I 1
which nearly MArl all the prominent men of the thecountry teCOQDtlT lb S Scountry
country are as guests a band of assassins a ex explodes cplod scplodes ¬
plodes plod a ton of powder beneath the floor floorAfter ftoorAfter loonAfter
After the wreck has ba been cleared away awayto aWIQPto aws awstie
to the tie astonishment of the rescuers the theprominent theprOII lb S Sprominent
prominent prOII aent men are discovered sitting sittingcalmly sltUakcalm17 ilIUm ilIUmcalmly
calmly at their tables continuing their theirrlls tbelrcJIac thel rdiscussion r
cJIac discussion rlls > nssion of affairs a rsrs eC f state stateWith Slate1fJtII stateWith
With amazement ment the rescuers recusr s tell what whathas wba 1sat 1satbappeDecl tbaa t
has happened and nd express surprise urpr that thatthe thattM the tt ttthe t
the prominent t men have not fled to a aplace aplace aplace i
place of safety safetyWhy safetyWhy fely felyWh7
Why say the prominent men in inchorus IDcboru 1 0 0chorus a
chorus we e thought somebody was taking takinga taJdacJluh takin a aa r
a flashlight Jluh bt picture WILBUR sKIT aJsKHiTCoiiniderlnpr sKITCOl1lflclCrln IsalTCorashilering
Coiiniderlnpr COl1lflclCrln a Clinnprc ClinnprcPtoSM ClinngnItma
PtoSM the New X Yerfc y 9m 9mLucy JImLuey m mLucy
Lucy caused her mistress a a lot of worry worryby VOOITyreceivtlq wore y yby
by receiving the attentions of a dashing dashinghead dasbh dasbh1Mad g ghead
head waiter at a seaside resort re hotel hotelBealiy MteIReaIt7 a aReally
Really you ought to speak k to Lucy Lucyabout Los Y 7so
about it so the friends of the girls strl mte mtetrees m mtlM8 I Itress h
trees told her It would be too bad to tosee tosee I 0 0Lucy 0
see Lucy In tore with a married man manSpeak manS manSpeak
j
Speak S to her harsh she did but to her surprise surpriseshe surprhJeeaw 5 5aw s
she saw aw Lucy parading < the boardwalk bou aJk the thenext thennt tl IS ISevening
next evening < in tile same old company companyand COInpaJtaDd cosnpanand r
and on the following day Lucy was taken takenseverely takenleverely take it itseverely n
severely to task taskLucy taskLucy taskLucy
Lucy said lei her mistress severely oor oortltourht 1 Ithought 1thought
thought I told you that that man te mar marrl r rrIM
rIM rl already alreadyYesm 47 47OYm
Yem replied Lucy demurely Ah AhkJI A h Itknows
knows WS that But hes he dtoeattsAed dtoeattsAedIn d dIn
In the Matter of f Ting TingFitm tzh1SFrMt TipsIrma
Irma UK at Lush OtoeeDsaocrat OtoeeDsaocratTbe GwnoaKTbe OlobeDenocatThe
Tbe man who tips the hlgkest h t gets the thebest thebelt U IS ISbest
best service and the most ostentation ostentationdeference oetentatiOUI4efeN a adeference
deference 4efeN Ce Give this to the cook said a aSt aSt as
St s Louis Lo parvenu handing 1 1 to the thewaiter thewaiter U I0 I0lter
waiter lter with ith his h order and tell him to tocook tcook I ocook o
cook it my way Give this to tott the thecook mecook e ecook
cook said aid a scribe at the next table tablehanding tablebalHlin tal4 e ehanding J
handing balHlin a 2 bill to the waiter with hte hteorder blsor ii is isorder is
order or er and nd tell him to cook it his own ownway o ou < n nWy away
way for he Is a better cook than I am amWe amWe amWe
We will not be outshone We will not notshrink notHrtnk ra st stshrink > t
shrink in any mans man shadow At the thesame thearne U Se Sesame
same time the pace Is too hot and fast for formost torJACNK fi T r rmostofue
most mostofue mostofuejtntos of as asAutos UfiAuto
Autos Auto and Good heads 1tOtubPNM headsPea lloncl1PNm
PNm tko uThe Pastas TMHeript TMHeriptThe TinonriptThe
The Southern Good Road RO Roads Federation Federationformed Fedorntfontformed a aformed i
formed in Florida and indorsed JJH1 tHd and sup supported MJpport m Ii Iiported ¬
ported port by the governors of six Southern SouthernStates SeuthernStates SoutheiStates
States te the first concerted movement to towant t tward
ward improving the highways of 1 that see seetion section so 0 0lion
tion and the automobiles did it itThe ItThe It ItTue
The Summer Boarder Industry IndustryFrom InduHtryHftaId IndustryFrOM
From the Bejfem HeraW HftaIdThe Ileraktsumaser HeraWThe
The summer boarders who left 7 7i4 1i4I 48375 48375behind rn rnbehind r rbehind
behind them In New Hampshire last s SM SMson so a ason ason
son are not complaining complalnl C They Tb got their tlteJrIDOIIeS th tir tirworth
moneys worth orth with the scenery and andozone 8ndozone a id idOZOflO
ozone thrown in inNot in inNut InNot
Not in That r nt Class ClassProa ClassProwl ClassFront
Prowl the Cteretewt C hisSer IMderThere hisSerThere
There is one thing which President PresidentRoos PresIdeI ut utRoosevelt it
Roosevelt Roos elt will not do when he retires retiresfrom retlr Cs Csfrom 5
from the Whit House He will not join jointhe jointhe Jo In Inthe n
the Down and Out Club
CAPITOL GOSSIP GOSSIPThe
The T he Dopcw Aatvmnbil AatvmnbilNothing A AntepanblleNotihg te bl1e bl1eN
Nothing N < Jke lk i itntr nAtor l1 t Jr f fbCe fUft 1tom 1tomi
bCe bu s hasv ha5 v iei > r h 1 t tPenn i ti 1 1ftR t1J
ftR T ier i I1r n 4j dllJ Mrl k I rw db4M1 lP lPfll1 I
Penn P fll1 piiiiivartLtt yvarUi IIill aviiaf tn it t yestfrty vp5tfr aft aftwri fl flciiK
tI1Otll ti ciiK wri < ii about 33v i3 and nj the cn crowds rd ttfNl ttfNlthat p n nthat
that th at t thoroughfare > orou hfare st itlIfit < 4IIpd ii > d and afmJ He in int inat1mtr Zn
at1mtr a dmlrthd tlil > It Is ff t tI tat IZet IZetdel 1 Dc i iInvdt
Invdt ni del did its rJnp tlGAlkS tndl 1 1eds
mead m eds wnpgwe Tb u ueur ur 1 1 11 11ll
thing ll t of < > f fjire iill t > e acorns to le t tptet1 I
lypir y ptet1 Frlil4i Fr TI 4fflC un411t11 end his hl hlskr hlskrrt I Iarc
arc r rt pihrncd p utrncd stMnevhaJl h Bft ftcr r the fam famleifrs tamI CuUii 1 1iltn
g leifrs 6 of f tb Stew eW fork Ybr suteirtnftfi W WiJi H Httf
iJi ttf tL s 84 ildC f of 4 the ta cnairitettr cl sutp at > Ji rtMidly 1 Ute tiieOepew Utefoot
Oepew D ew fuutssw foot > aft afttt aMhS he too hit bus his hIIWY 501 501a s4 s4btrwu
I a WY iytiognoitj MJWJIJYbJPIJ bg4y decosated tritJra tritJrat With
b btrwu iste t growth olR1J 4p g tlv el Q f the Sean Seantss SeQIIa
tss to re a bnap uator n 1Iet > was wraptwd iII in hihi a ahuge aUge
huge h Uge iur hi eOlit oat that was closely t1 qtt0ae4 qtt0ae4an buttoned
and a sid upon baa bead ae JW 1 wore W a rski r rakiIe JcLh h took tookiBf lookfelt
IIn iBf I ng felt hat wltose brim brbDwtve waved grit grefuliy ra efuliy efuliyte f1lIFlit
te the wilt wind The fleuator etetor l Lked aked k bettor Jietieryesterday het het4a
y yesterday 4a than he baa ba appeared in 1 more morethan morethan
than t a year r His cheek were 4 4Use rosy and amithe
the t he old emllv sm1 Jiw Uuit ut t wont 08 wear off bU ba Ye Yetvrsjed rw rwt1l1aed r rurned
tvrsjed t to t his face The Tb only other a anee cs csmobile > >
mobile m obile in Wasorajrtefl at all comparable comparablet
t to o the Depews nib brought t her bore from freniri
Parts ri two or duet years a sto o by b SeMater lasalorlark
Clark C lark of Montana who wb has not been n nIt ifta
In I It It it 1 this t seaaoa Uiprania atiba a haW
that t be has shipped Itt to JMf Mi > York for forus
W u us s convenience when who h he m Is m ta that city
Senator l eastor BSkins has Met on onnimeet >
nimeet t as strong amd aa 1 1that
tb that t ht of Senator Ie Depe Depeiwrt c cht
wrt b st unlike Uke
either e1tbero er of i 1 1perfectq r rot
2 ot as 5 perfectly protst Al AlRepresentative 1 1r t tr
Z r Mijaztn41s Illtrdr1 ltc ut ttAi tia H Htatjve
Representative tatjve Hart v vaecoad o i s secSd t f fVIIIIak
aecoad l ecSd Virginia dfe dfetbe I r rtI
the House Ko yesterday yesterdayblack y i t tbIaek
black b lack lisle glove 110 w wmove t i iovedurhtgtheent1 1 t tmove
move m ovedurhtgtheent1 dnriaji the enttr enttrthte 7 7tb1a
thte th hajavarwqc pY11M rise to
gave o > jIa y i iwith
with w ith Ia whom AC Jae shook I H Hlie i I i itk
t tk Io he stated ed that i ivrv ivrvemhtem J 0 A AnMlem flemblem
emblem of tbe serrovr fej fejthe he it ithe Ir Irt
the t he delay of the paass i iof h 1 et etof
of o ol f the appropriation bill jM f1N providing MlHa for a aloan aIou
loan l oan to the Jamestown Exposition Com Company ¬
pany of a million dollars secured by It a amortgage amortgage
mortgage en the gate at receipts The TIM1MJ1 bill billhas
has h s passed the Senate and Mr Maynard Maynardcaaaot MaT MaTcaaaot
caaaot c understand why wh the House hesi hesitate ¬
ales t tate so long about taking It up p He HeNCety has hasreceived haseosivod
received NCety r rg a sufficient au Dclat number of voje vees to toget tout
get g ut it through the House JI but he fears fearsthat f fUaat fears1aM
that 1 unless early action te I taken ak acme aoroethiaf IM IMtbIDa
thiaf t of aa untoward nature may happen happento
to t o it It If the Speaker does not permit the thebOl thelaW theill
laW b ill to be taken tahiTi up within a few t days Mr MrMaynard Mrtluateu MrMaynrd
Maynard threatens to wear a broad rvdof band bandof bindf
of o f black crepe on his left arm in ad addition adtIoA aditlon ¬
dition d tIoA to the mourning < gloves Iov Uncle UncleJoe t Uncleoe cle cleJoe
Joe J Js oe learned yesterday why wb the Norfolk Norfolkstatesman NortoUtWU Norfolktatesmen
statesman s was wearing ug the Mack glovebefore po glove glovest
before Mr Maynard got around to shake shakeband sOck sOckhonda Ita Itaf t
band tilth f Itb Mm and so he didftt t tuual ask the theusual I Iusual
usual question which of course did not notgive DOtMr amsire
give Mr Maynard the opportunity opp for Corwhich forWIdcb forwhich
which he was hoping to explain to the theSpeaker taeSpeaker 1 1caker
Speaker caker the cause of his grief grief3Ir p1ettlr grief11r
3Ir 11r Walileck uhIeckH Assignment AssignmentJacob AlilliignJuentJacob AssignsitentJacob
Jacob Waldeck tbe enterprising eDte g cor correspondent corJWItOIIdent carrespondent ¬
respondent of a Cleveland afternoon new newpaper news newsbaa newsaper
paper p aper baa bad assigned tped to him him by sol solesBB aoleditorial 1 1eam
esBB editorial announcement emphasized emphasisedwith e apbuiaedwith I Iwith
with an the Masonry of double do leads the theduty tDecl1It t4 I Iduty
duty cl1It of keeping close watch en the move movements DIM DIMn movecents ¬
cents n of Senator Foraker Mr Waldecks Waldecksnewspaper WaWeekaepa I Inewspaper
newspaper aepa er te I waging bitter warfare on onIt Oftbe I Ithe
be Ohio statia iMIDaa aM a few da daIt days age aget
It I t served 1M notice tiee that Us Washington WUlaJD oa oaNMIltaU rep representative repessentative ¬
resentative had been instructed to acre scruttaise ervUabt6 acretinlie
ttaise closely every movement and every everyTata WeroC everyTeds
Tata of Mr Foraker In the t e Capitol and andfaithfully aadfautu1b I Ifaithfully
faithfully report daily a foil account for forthe lorletaUoa id r rto
the to delectation of its readers Mr For Foraher Fora Forahoy
ahoy a and Mr Waldeck are old personal personalfrfcads enOItfIJtMa411 I Ifibende
frfcads and the journalists s peculiar task taskhas taaIrbaa tarn r rbaa
baa not interrupted ted their t ek pleasant r role reatteDL roledens U UtJeoc
dens Senator Forakvr as was developed developedm I Iin
m the debate c1eba In the tb Senate Thursday on onthe OfttM or I Ithe
the Brownsville affair has brought down downupon doWJIQp08 t tupon
upon himself the Deny wrath of Capt CaptBIB CalMBW CaptBill
BIB Men MoOr1M nald d of the Texas Rangers Ranprsof Rangersof
of whom Wbo It was asserted by Maj M Block Btocksom BIock80m BlockIons
Ions that he would charge hell with a asingle aelqte I I Isingle
single bucket of water in explanation of ofwhich 0ldcb o I Iwhich
which ldcb strange stra form of Intrepidity Mr MrForaker rForaker Itslioraicer
Foraker vouchsafed the suggestion that tbatthe thu t tthe t
the doughty dou hty Texan probably had no other otheruse otlWIUN r ruse r
use for the water In Thursdays debate ebateSeutor S SSenator i
Senator Culberson intimated that the val valiant ftJiuat valtaut ¬
taut Capt McDonald would be pleased to toJourney tojourney I IJourey
j Journey to Washington for a meeting meetlh wiu wiuthe wttathe wlt II IIthe
the Buckeye Buck Ye statesman Thus Senator SenatorForaker I IFaraker
Foraker may soon have the Intrepid Texas TexasRanger TexasRa S SRanger
Ranger Ra ger as well as the dutiful Waldeck Waldeckcamptos WakJeokcampIDa Waldectcamping
camping on his trail in Washington And Andthe IMIthe An Anthe
the Senator proceeds about hi his b bas bugmeaa bugmeaaaa a abe
aa if be were iere not being thus th closely e ob observed t tserved
served servedMr servedJlr
Mr Cannon SaI Said J HGwal1tIt GvPttiu GvPttiuIt GwaraiIt
It will be It b recalled that m lit the mWfct of oftfco ftCu e ethe <
the dog days claY butt summer a a member of ofthe oft r If Ifthe
the t Republican lleaa CongressIonal Committee Committeebrought COIIUIdtteebro S Sbrought
brought bro lIt to Washington whence it way waFJ8ftmJuate4 wa t f
disseminated to the four corners eona 11I of the thaeuUa lb Is
lbI
earth euUa the report of an interesting < eot eoIIoquy cOIoquy I
Ioquy that took place on the porch P of the tbIoRooRv lii liiRoosevelt f
Roosevelt RooRv 1t residence ret at Oyster 07s Bay BaytWeeD be betweea be I Itween
tWeeD the President t and Speaker Can Cannon I Inon
non The colloquy ran thus tb tbQuoth thusQuoth
Quoth the President Prnl4eRtYou You Mr Speaker Speakerwitt Speakerwilt Speak r rwilt
wilt be the next President of the United UnitedStates U U9tata Units UnitsStates
States StatesQuoth StatesQuaIl
9tataQaOt
QuaIl the Ut Speaker SpeakerYou Yon Mr Frtll President Presidentwill eat eatwilt t twn U
will be the next President of the United UnitedStates UatteiStates Unite id idStates i
States StatesSn StatesSn
Statessayhg
Sn saying TIa Uncle Joe skipped c cif to tt I IPresidentIal
Presidential carriage waiting to conic
him and members of the Congressional C al alcommittee il I Icommittee
committee to the train that carried them themback 1back the St Stbock n
back to Kew York They had called at atSAlfJDOre I it itSagamore A
Saparoore Hill la response to a summons summonsof aummos umnaef is isf a
of f the lb President who desired to confi
with them about the Congressional cam CIDpaJp i ip0igfl i
Pln PlnAs paJpAs p0igflAs
As a result ef the reported colloquy a aCanooa aCannon
Cannon Presidential Pr tia1 Club promptly wi I Iorganized
organized in Washington and a button buttonbearing buttonbearln btsttc In Inbearing n
i bearing bearln the alleged declaration of ii a aPresident
I President was immediately adopted oy oythe tytIM i ay aythe y
the club One of the lb members wearingthis wasrir
this tbI button met m t the Speaker yesterday yesterdayUncle y yesterthUncle StenhyUDCIe yr r
Uncle Joe apparently made no note
tne button The proud wearer wearer of II
button directed his attention to it itI ItI
I havent my glasses 81aM on and I cant cantread ant antread cams tt ttread
read without wHh ut em said Uncle Joe JoeTito JoeThe JoeThe
The wearer of the button forthwith tore toreit tonit to toj
it j off and held It before the Speakers Speakerso Speaker Speakereyes
eyes ye The device upon it ft said he be Is IIIYou I e eYou j
You Mr Speaker will be the next Prea Pretlident Pre a aIdent
ident of the United States StateLTbeodore StateLTbeodoreRoOIMvelt Theodore re reRoosevelt e
Roosevelt And thats that what I believe betteveMr e eMr i
Mr Speaker SpeakerOH SpelLkerO SpeakerOh
OH O gwaiir fwa exclaimed Uncle Joe Joe Joeslappl Jo 5 s
5k
slapping slappl his admirer upon the back backTwin backOao Ice Icelit k u
Twin You are trying to have fun tunw ft ftWjtk lit n
with w ith me meBut meBut
But But didnt the President say Itr It per persisted tersIsted pe peslsted r ¬
sisted the Speakera enthusiastic sup supporter UPporter pu I Iporter
porter porterGwanfwan porterGwangwan porterGwangwan
Gwangwan I tell yen 1I1f replied Ii
Speaker as he tripped bttthesomely to towar towLtI t tvd 0
war wLtI his sanctum sanctorum sanctorumWhite sa ec macserumWhite nallL nallLl1ltc
White l1ltc Soldier Burred Oat OatPiwt Outlren
Piwt 14 fee Petthwd Oregonian OneonfamAnother 0rtIaaiaLAnother OregonianAnother
Another message m esap is due The manage management management a ameat ¬
ment of the rink at Walla Walla reins
to allow soldiers the privilege prlv e of Ii
floor And white troopers too Ti
should even evoke a aprot8st protest from t
white nigger professor proCa sor who lives
Boston Bostonj
EoICOIIVonld
j Vonld Solve One Problem Problemtbe ProblemFlea ProblemFran
Flea the Aagnte a Ckranfcfe CkranfcfeThe CIIroakteThe cbrgnidsThe
The Washington Herald quOtes a New NewOrleans Ne
Orleans man as 5 expreesmg exp CJrI00t5I the be opinion opinionthat opinli rn
that Congress s should be in In session all 11 the ther t tyear he
year r round This would at least solve t
problem of what to do with the Treasury Treasurysurplus Treasuosur Tressu 1 1surplus y
surplus sur lus
0 0I
I
OUR HCRtnNAlDID CUIaCINAiOID ClASS GiASSvr
> ew vr T Word Invented to DescribeWrot DeHcrlheWIoI Describe
Wrot WIoI Wrougdoltis s > 4oiaK 1C aHllJltmolrff aHllJltmolrffh
h I i X c < v Yi yll k Enrisr 21rrtr rnt I Po Pofi t tTi
Ti fi iiiujtBMsnt luJjtme of jJlJr Jojrse W PcrtcHa PcrtcHafor p pt
for fQ t f hibo fifl orgvry I brirffs up u t < iiculty ut which whichvns whJcltt
i vns t Ls ft f > ft when tii the prud g d juy ly W4 WAS u thhlk thhlking hmk hmkns
ing in ns g last unjraer of irdifting i t rc Him for fortyrccoy to tobrrxoy
tyrccoy ts rctuy This wi0 1 that a certain rwJc rwJcWT r rb
MJ In 1 applying pjb1 th thifnv the be beli
WT < b I s u I M k1 u C
ifnv li 1 t n liimiral d tmirar to such 11ch as h ho Svurn V vitD th thuiui thitLet
uiui 4i uttorney displayed htYed eraacy re remjrfi re reu
mjrfi u i UJ g that if Mr tr Perilna Per ns wan Rullly Rulllyrai
r lK iseny cn In 11 t1ZU11 vv of J9HCi J9HCifr
fr rai 5 i lAone IiOIeOY J > iey Ui IA elect Kouievelt and J JTpitauter If IfTr
Tpitauter Tr t r asurer U6Ur r FiUa I U s and the h Presfdant Prest t him imif
self go if had receivid i d stolen goods O vhei vheih ne1 Ne Neh
> h 3uid > uid see rekpeetahl res e tahl aKrii nelbt1S ne ilrs ers of ofIf so sotv
I
If tv suddenly udd < ol ranked r1D ed wilt the crim crimj ct1mTilt
j til i claases claasesTlie c daises
Tilt strain w < cl clltri clerly < irly or o on > upon term t terMS lJftn lJftnJ n noioy
oioy J i lo Y r ratler fca tll i upon fcict t ct If the acts actswe attIIWetc
we Wetc W Oto v cotrmltttd otrm1tUtd l Itie ae 1 de1ittk dellUoiu > ns of ihe ihepenal he heJ
penal J p enal code undoubtedly unoubt ly applied lted but It Itwas I Ivapel
was w as vaguely felt that the penal code codeshould I Ibtn1d
should s btn1d have a ve thought twice before 3tting 3ttingsucb tttn tttneach
each s uch ugly words to such ueh fine sntiemen sntiemenObrioosly mUemet mUemetObnousl
Obrioosly vIonsly then there was u a demand for fora fora
a nicer description of these deeds which whichwe wchre
we re w ove s not nice Some of us a ft kit It the limita limitaJKmfi IJIIitJIOU
JKmfi rt f ow InBf lDCllale uage as never nev before If Ifwe Iri
i we w e only 11 had the Spanish h faclttiy fa nlt7ID la dimln dimlnutfves tUmlnad
utfves ad o lives we cotfld have explained explaJ Mr Per Perktas P r r1du
ktas h Ors away awa to a a deprecatory tory o OIf em vanishing vanishingending YIUalHfn
ending e 3 The nearest we co could M come to toH 0it toIn
it TO 1Ia fiigUsh wauW be to say that be was wasnot wasIIIOt
not S ot bluntly bhmt cHmlnal bat criminaHstic ert llDallaUc or orcrtmicaHKlf orettteal
IIIOt c crtmicaHKlf 1 or evan erhnteaUeticalish erhnteaUeticalishby 1Ish 1IshBat
Bat ut a helpful suggestion fa OW made I
by b y Prof Edward Edw A Boss in tINt Atlantic Atlanticlie AtlaDtlcrile
lie H irrties of n The Th CrtminaloW a term termwhieb
Hw whieb w hich be Invent to cover eM possess hi the thesame UMtwItIa
Mm same general category ory with Mr Mr8ft t Perktne PerktneThey isklsLimer
They T imer are the mm who hav haft been guilty artdltyor 3tdIqII guiltyf
or o f aagtunu ui practices when sue It thing IieorDmoD tI
were common and bad not DOttbe yet fatten
under u nder the condemnation fODCIem at1 8 of an alert and andeffective apublle
effective Neetis public opinion opIn These practices practicesusually swae swaeI
usually o I though not always ran counter counterto eDIIII r rIe
to t o the law ta its latter at least hm have havenot aMBet
not In tbe past been of the eon n which whichpeople wIdehopIe whichpeople
people think of as criminal least of all allis filltbe alls
is i s tbe culprit himself ht htcrIJaIDal conscious jf being beinga beingcriminaL
a criminal His Nh attitude te often that o ospiritual otual of
spiritual s tual pride and when a literal literalminded literalmInthd
minded prosecuting attorney has him himindicted JriMtDcItcted
indicted for crime be indignantly IDdt tJy talks talksof taIUof
of o f persecution and points sorrowfully sorrowfullyto rowtuU rowtuUW
to t o food men who die of broken Man heartecaased Manc8Md heartsanned
caased c by the hounding houn of Iconoclasts IconoclastsWell iconodutaW IcoaoclaatsWell
Well W if he objects to being caled a retell criminal erImIoal ¬
cal oal let him take tk Ole softer word which vrhtebProf whtebProf
Prof Ross offers as a substitute ub dtme and aMcan amidall
can c all himself htm U a crimtnaloid crimtnaloidMEXICO crlmlnaloldMEXICO
MEXICO HAS A GOOD ARMY AEMYCan ARMYCan
Can Master a7M0 7000 Regulars and Can CanMake Canfnkc
Make NurnlJcr > umlier UOHJO UOHJOtke 00000ha 10000Fma
ha the Jtevfew nisw eC o f Nerinra NerinraIn JIeriInIn
In the ti quarter of a century that Par Porflrio PDrftrio ParInto
Into Diaz has been enforcing eafo peace in inMexico 1ftMexico
Mexico be has been preparing for war In Inthe IIIUN
the promotion prowao oa of railroad construction constructionthe coutructkthe constrnctiethe
the encouragement of agriculture mining miningand JDbaIaaDd miningand
and manufacturing 1IIact1 the establishment t of ofschools ofboola
schools boola and fat the improvement of har harbors harbors ¬
bors the national defense clef has not been beenforgotten beenfotten
forgotten forgottenStarting fottenStarU
Starting StarU with the disorganized troops troopsthat trooIMthat troopsthat
that placed him m power M IK lSiI l1 and andthose aadthOle
those that opposed him he has built up upwell upaD upan I
aD army rayof of Zi 27600 JDedn army welt fed fedelI fedI
well elI clothed well equipped and well ef orleereda ofleeredand I j jquickly
leereda leeredand baa perfect perfected arrangements arrangementsquickly ftts fttsqukkty
quickly to Increase the fighting force to toat tot
at t least mm in case of war Crediting Creditingthe CredtU CredtUthe Creditingthe
the country with 1th a population l pulaUon of 14C9MM 14C9MMMexico 1 1Mexico 14100000Mexico
Mexico now has a soldier to every 111 l in inhabUants Inllabttaata Inhabitants
habitants and within witb1 a short time follow following followtq followlug ¬
lug a declaration of war against a foreign foreignfoe foreignfr
foe fr the ratio could Id be changed cball to one to toevery toevery toevery
every everyAt everyAt 38 38At
At the present pre time the armed men of ofMexicu ofJ ofMealcu
Mexicu J are not confined con ncd in the regular regulararmy regularlad
army In Xact tact lad those ° e constantly carrying carryingarms cnj1QnM
arms and JlllrH poeeenin > ngs < iliiff knowledge of mill military mIUtal7 millorianisatlon ¬
tary organisation and discipline outside outsidethe out8l4ebe outsIdethe
the army almost equal in number the rug regular rugsilas ¬
ular troops They form what is known as asthe asthe I Ithe
the first army reserve and include State Statepolice Slatepcl Stetepd4ice
police organisations the ruralee the focal focalguards ftaca1pards I Iguards
guards and the police of the various cit cities dtIes citlea ¬
ies in in all about 85099 S On men In the event eventoT eventdf even L Ldi
oT war the forces composing the first firstarmy ftntnay t tarmy
army nay reserve would be immediately mo mobilised mo mo1IWIred moblitzed ¬
blitzed and and fld in addition to the regular regulararmy teculararmy regulaisnny
army would he placed on the war footing footingprovided t tPllYided footIn i iprovided
provided by the military law of the re re republic nopublic
public This law requires an increase of oCper o C Cper
K per cent nt In infantry and artillery and andper am I Iper
S per cent ut in the cavalry cavalrySome eavalryS cavalrySome
Some S Jnte < Healthful IlenItli ful Iconoclasm Iconoclasmrrem IconoelnsmLoai IconoclasmIma
rrem the riDe Omitr erloaruL erloaruLIf JovratL JovratLIf
If to protest prot against reprehensible bust business 1 1M bustfle ¬
ness fle methods to pry ry out the evildoers evildoersand evt1 evildoersand ows owsan4
and to purify the corporations honey honeycombed honqcombed honeycombed
combed with commercial rommereiallmnlonaUty immorality te 1 to tobe to1M V S Sbe
be an n iconoclast there there donbtaa doubt are areliving areU ar e eliring
living U many persons perfectly willing 11Wn to tobear V 0 0bear
bear 1 the brand without a feeling t either of o C
humiliation or regret It is not a bad badthing badtln ha I Ithing
thing tln for the country that Iconoclasts 1eonoclasts8UCb Iconoclastusuch Iconoclastssuch
such as they are on guard It is readily readilygranted readilypallted resdil I Igranted
granted that m ita connection with the theproets Ui 0 0cleansing
cleansing process of the past year or two twothere tw 0 0there
there have been a great t deal of hysteria hysteriaand yteria yteriaand a aand
and demagogy and some exaggeration exaggerationSome exageratlonSome I ISome
Some men have been made to suffer more mor 0
than they deserved de perhaps but the gen genera en I Iera
era era1 results ulta of the ieonodu iconoclastic c move movemeat movement snovesnail
meat have been as a rule ru wholesome wholesomeI wholeaomethe wholesomeand
and for the lb t part these who ho wore worema wor 0 0made
I made ma t tv sweat got only 1 what was s d this do e ethem 0It
them
tIMaLtoJulcrful
w It Wonderful Country Country1Iarpers CountryFins
Pn Fins Harpers Week W WuEutftD WckEastern
Eastern visitors to the West are gen generally lJetIeraJl I Iemily ¬
emily eraJl prepared pre for any 1 phenomenal phenomenalshowing pbenolReMlIIbowtag II IIshowing
showing in the line of agrtcoiture stack st8ckraLdng star It ItraisIng
racing and 1Id the like 1Ike says 7a a Colorado C 10 10man o omAn
man but t once in a a white JaUe they are taken takenby take a aby
by surprise autJM1eA surpriseNew
A New Hampshire man who was wa 5 5spending
spending Ms vacation va tlen on the ranch of t a areiat1ye arelative
relative In Colorado went out one meet morn mornIng I Ilag
ing to Inspect a large Incubator in which whichthe Whtchtft whir h hthe
the young cbicRs weie wes e hatching In one oneefHDer on oncorner
corner of the incubator a a neglected lected peach peac peacseed
seed encouraged eneoura ed by the warmth of o the tb tbatJneapbere IC ICatmosphere
atmosphere had burst and a tiny tin sprout spros > proutNTera1 it itseveral
several inches long was growing < out of It ItSuaednJ I t tSuterIng
Suffering Caesar Oacoarr r exclaimed e the 131 5
Now Hampshire man man as this caught his baseye hI hIeye
eye do yon hatch out your 01Ir peaches in inthis I La
this country
Youthful Heroism HeroismIt Hcroifilmtile HeroisniIrn
Irn tile PwtJa4 PwtJa4It hrusSia hrusSiaIt
It fa a healthy sign 0 for the country countrywhen COWItryWheR countr 7 7when
when It I Its small boys come to tho front froatwltl fro it itwith 1
with deeds of heroism Fred Dudley aged apdt age iS iSof 1
7 of o Lewiston Idaho who last Thursday Thursdaye Thursda I Isaved f
saved AT a fouryearold playmate from fret In 1
drowning in jj a deep deepmucJhole mudhoie has a coun counterpart counterpart 5 5terpirt ¬
terpart in young e ung Mark McAli l MeAllen AI n of Port PortJand t tland
land who a few w months ago rescued a alittle alittie a
little girl who had fallen
inte an excaa excaVllUon I Ilion
lion for a sewer that had ten f feet et of wator wat r
In It It These Theseads lads have the right kind of e 1 f
blood In them themPhilippine themPbUilJIncl themPhilippines
Philippine a Gold Brick Brickftw DrlckU Brickjr
ftw jr th U > notion Dssto Herald Heraldla UeraWIa IlseahIIn
la one way and another lbs 8 Philip Philippines PhfllpIU PhfI1 PhfI1lilnea ¬
pines are IU costing the United UIlI States ten or ortwenty ortwentY r rtwent
twenty twent times as much money as will wni ever everbe everM cvi rbe r
be returned to us In profitable business businessThe businessThe S SThe L
The people are finding it out out and are fast fastcoming fastcoming ta st stcoming
coming to regard r artl them as s a gold brick brickfor brlokfor brie k kfor
for which too ntUch was s paid and about aboutwhich aboutwbleb abut Lit Litwhich
which it is desirable to say as little as ase asG0I1101ntJon I tspossible
possible e
Consolation ConsolationThe G0I1101ntJonAdaaiA Consolationscg
scg the AdaaiA C Ceedktku CeedktkuThe tlutJMt tlutJMtTIle
The lid is on the the freepaas business businessAnyway buslnaBsAIQW83 Is IsAnyway
Anyway there is fine scenery along some someof SOmeot son 10 10of
of the railway lines Itnes and shoes fire cheap cheapStaying choopStn3lng chea p pStaying
Staying Power PorrerRemember Pow PowerFiom cr crFJom
FJom lite unwau setiII6I setiII6IRemember SiatiadRmembsr
Remember that while it Is easy to climb c11mbup olin ib ibU b
up U on the water wagon the trick consists consistsof consistsof consle ta taof s
of staying there
HEARD AT HOTELS HOTELSThe HOTELSTka <
The T he presence at the New Wilhrd WUh nl of ofVHttam orWllUa oflftimn
WllUa VHttam lftimn J JPlk8 Pike of Peiuisylvanii form r rteesatary rt2r1 rcretary
teesatary t2r1 of Gethisha GiI Grew and 110x7 110x7Unit no noUnlt n nnited
Unit U nited d States consul at t Zittau Saxony Saxonyrecoils S3XJYreeaJla Saxirysalls
recoils salls the bad luck that for a good wli wliseeM wJJh wJJheeftPd wIIeaipel
eeftPd seeM e eaipel i Inseparable rabW from thit con C eona1tt eona1tttact mnlt mnltt Miit MiitIn
In t n tact Ztttau tor a while was 8 a regular regularhoodoo rrgjiarotino r rboodoo
hoodoo ho otino to Uncle Sams Som a representative representativeThe reprelMnlatiwTIre 1O5irePtfl ta t v vho
The r ho first laswnbent was William K K Her Herzog HerZO tIerg
zog ro g of Illinois who was named at the therequest th threquest thequest
request re quest of Cftftgreseman C euman Marsh of that thatState thu thutnte t tStilte
State SI nte but Horzog H would not com1 eom home homeo homebslp
to o hJlp his patron in a desperate fight f freelection 1ieetlon 0 0r < >
reelection r re 1eetlon Marsh after being beat btatpn btatpnfelt beatnlt n nfelt
r felt fe lt sore with bill appoints appolnt and wftitdr wltadrw wltadrwIIt w wbis wk
bis O k mfluenc a whereupon wlaeft pon Hereof Ji orsog was let letOVt I lett t tMlt
OVt ou t Of the job Succeeding Suectf > dmll him carun carunFrancis Canlj1JIftua canirnads
Francis JIftua P rnads B Gussaer G a brilliant Ohio nm nmjtaper n nr neonpsr
jtaper pe psr r man who kept k pt the ofiice fike less Is than tUna thanyear
a year being forced to come eom back baekcaue be because house ¬
cause ca use of a cmnplete physical physi al < breakdown breakdownNext breek4lowaNect bCeSkdOWRext
Next N ext on to t list fts wai Hugo Moench ef efSt fitat oft
St I t Louis who remained but a brief briefperiod IIIteCper1ocI brieferiod
period p eriod and then Mr Pike Pfk was appoints appointsr 21111 ppende tlf tlfTlte
Tlte Th e salary was far r from lucrative IncratlvePI1Ie sadike sad sadPfhe
Pfhe P ike was slated for a better place pllMwU1O where whereupon wherepon ¬
upon u pon Zittau was given to tt W Woc M Betas Betasof stea steaf
of O f Minnesota 1a who died within threw days daysof JBOf daysf
of o f his appointment Thai led U t8 PflnTa PflnTaretention PllWaretention PVserettlon
retention r and aa the pay 7 was raised be beconcluded liecmeIuded bencIuded
concluded c ncIuded to stay and a lid take takethe ebueel ebsamn ebsamnhe a athe
the t he hoodoo having thus Ua far farlign II IIUp ewapdy ewapdyalign
m align lign fate fateZfttsu tateZtttau fateZtttu
Zfttsu is a awith place of 600 p50 IIet IIetwith imutth
with wi th scarcely the social life of ofcua M Amen Aavwricaa Amenan
caa c an village of 1 1500 poDvlattan po ftf d fa fatherefore Ie IeUJerefore iserefore
therefore th erefore about aa cheerful a a atery mine oensetery mineory
tery t ory to a citizen from tfeto t teesrtrji asivy It H Hnear IInear isear
near n ear the Austrian frontier truatJ4r fruntI abas a thirty thirtymile QtIrtymil ttyiii
mile mil m iii from Dresden and ad te noted a acenter as t tIter a aoaster
center c < of lines manufacture manufactureIt
It Is time conviction of many of the tbemea best bestmen beaten
i men m en in the Democratic party thai tin tintime UIedAle theme
t time ti me bM some seni when It hi not aottuae only onlytone ppp pppune
tone t une but right to nominal a aan a 3tmaa
man m an f far r President remarked that tiIIItihtpIeW thatln i itinsvfebed
tinsvfebed t ln Jenpfcliej st and orator oratwI J hn hnTewnte 1 1easpis
I Tewnte T easpis Graves of Georgia 0 at the few 3fewWfRerd fewiliaId tew tewWdiard
WfRerd WfRerdThousand iliaId iliaIdI
I WdiardThusmeidi Thousand of good party men In the theNorth diei lbsorth
i North N orth and West would welcome the thechoice thehoice
choice c of a Southern randidate CII They Theywould JIIqw Theyould
1 would w ould do this not only because Mea it Iti so hap htapettg hapens
i pettg pe p ens that the leaders tea of the Democracy Democracyre 0 l J a eacr i iare
are a re mostly ha the Sooth South but batI asm a to show shewthai showthat
I that the North recognises the South as e a agreat apeat areat
great g reat constituent part of the Union Untea twd twdthat IdUI pd pdhat
that UI t sectional al animosity has ossaed cease to sa sale GI8t ont ¬
i le I8t t
1 have no special candidate to tobut toIa beun beunat
but b at la view 11e of the recent Dt treat speech eecb ef efSenator ofenate
1 S Sb Senator enate Culberson CuIbenon of Texas Texas TexasIhttllpfty which so sobftppHy sopplly
bftppHy b pplly voieea the sentiment of Ms Ilktlen sec section usa usaOt2 ¬
Ihttllpfty tion t Ot2 aa 0 a subject of vital importance I Isay Isay
say 7 without reservation r that the seeder seederSenator seniorenator
i Senator S from the Lone Star State would wouldmake wouldmake
I make a p superb u leader of Democracy hi hiUK In111IB hrHis
111IB 1e UK 1 Hit character and record require JefPIINFew no noenfegiuaa souloglum
e enfegiuaa Few men in the country coU11t17had have havebad havead
bad b ad a wider experience in I publicHe public attain attainHe almihaHe
He is able a1tle honest boa and brave and it itwould Itou1cJ Itwould
would ou1cJ be better for the party to 90 p to de defeat Ie Ief9t 6 6eat ¬
feat f eat with such a leader than to go hunt huntins 1mMfD huntag
ins fD l ag about abom bOut for a candidate whssi chief chiefclaim cIdetcJahe chieflaim
claim c to consideration cooalCl tJoa would be bAa hi avail availability awbOtt availbility ¬
ability bOtt bOttfCtag a bilityComing
Cowing Sat But I Itallesd talked with wIaaa a TTinii TTiniiipoU libmeapis
a apis ipoU man who heisted of the 1MIds Meat Meatin realty realtyraeacdoiti
raeacdoiti in Ids town acgKajAmj JO JOfe aw 1koe
w fe W for oe the pest rear He opened QSHI ate ateeyes Illseyes hiseyes
eyes when I told him that the therealty volume DC DCrat7 ofeav
realty s eav deals in Seattle for the t earns period JNIfKamouated periodamounted
amounted to 30000A rewked Mr MrW XrJ
3 W WHngton 1V7 vy ed the latter city at tile Ar ArHngten Ar Arngtoei
Hngton HngtonThe HngtenThe ngtoei ngtoeime
The story of Seattles rapid rise ml hats hatsnot liasnot hisnot
not been exaggerated There is not a abuilding aIMIiJdIDg abuilding
building of any aa desirability to the town townfor townI townfor
I for rent We have good hotels bot hat they theyare tlleyaft theyare
are not adequate to the demands upon uponthem upoaI upontheis
I them and a few days since nee neeapeat MO p pspent people peoplespent
spent the night at the railroad ftI ftIMeaaae sot sotbecause Mgn Mgnbecause
because they acid not ROtttOn get sceb scebtlona acoesssjn acoesssjntions
tions Single ngIe tots in tbe business bual eckm IIeCdoRare seatloitvalued eckmare
are rained at I6000CO 31 e This growth whfle whfleamaiing willeJM we weamassIng
amassIng JM ag is net ct m In the least unhealthy hIQ It Itic ItIs Itis
Is solid and permanent The Pacific PacificCoast PacificCoast c cCoast
Coast win have within the lifetime urea ef this thisname ddsgeMndoa thisgeneration
generation a a HCOIId New York amid t tJIJDe bemaine
name Is Seattle SeattleRepresentative SeattleReJlMelNatJve SeattleRepresentative
Representative men of Atlanta at the theNew tileXew theNew
New WlUard 1Qard are m the de delegation deltas tion that thatcame tJaateame thatcame
came to Washington Wul ngtoa y yesterday terday to tell tellSecretary mu muSecretary I IS
Secretary S retary Shaw why tbe Georgia capital capitalshould eqkalstaowI4 eatLaIshould
should be b given a subtreasury ef the theUnited teUDit8d timeUnited
United States The Tb city council eouacIIcleailtgo tbe tbeclearing lb lbclearing
clearing house axjan u4 JM ime chamber of cans cemmeree CIIneree cansmores
mores eree sent the r iaOowing flowIng Alderman AldermanJoseph uteranJORpIt AldermenJmeph
Joseph Hirsch and CounCIlmen COUDCI W A ATaylor ATator A ATaylor
Taylor and E E B X Pomeroy From the thedealing ther1atg thecleoziug
dealing r1atg house Wuae were President Joseph J JMcCord A AMcCord AMcCerd
McCord Robert L L I Maddox and Col St J JLowry JLowr 1 1Lowry
Lowry Lowr chamber r of commerce President PresidentJ PresidentPope t tV
J W V Pope Secretary W G Cooper and andJohn aacIJohn andJohn
John Temple Graves GravesSaid GraVeLSakI GravesSaid
Said Mr Cooper rbe The city of Atlanta Atlantahas A Aflautahas IIt IItbas
has a valid claim to a subtreasury be bei be because because
i cause of its location and its preeminence preeminences proeminencebualne e eas
as s a business bualne and industrial In uatJ1al center The TheStates TheStates TheStates
States it would serve raise nai8eworth t 11111000 11111000worth MMtf MMtfworth
worth of o cotton each year and the two twoCarolina twoCarolinas twoCarolinas
Carolina Carolinas Georgia and Alabama tarn out etitcotton outcottoa outcotton
cotton products annually to the value of ofSOMOMiK ofamo ofThe
SOMOMiK amo The cotton nulls of these four fourStates fourStat fourStates
States Stat consume about as many bales of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the raw material now as the New Newtend NewIitJHl Rag Ragland
tend mill mills It would be a great 1 1not HIIIIiIt HIIIIiItROt beimitonly
not only in a local way but to this rich richand richIUId richsail
and growing section of time U Sooth to se secure Be BeewN ccensc ¬
cure this Institution and we think it itwould itwould Itwould
would be of equal advantage advau to tile na national JRtiola1 natleiaal ¬
tional government governmentForbidden gOftIAmeDtForllhll governmentForbidden
Forbidden Forllhll n Fruit FruitMadison FruitPnIIII FruItFimuit
PnIIII the tbeMadteoR rpansst rpansstMadison
Madison C C Peters clergyman der dertiter 4ed au author anthOr ¬
thor was AS talking ta to a grata gfWtI gfWtIllten ef efmen yg ygmen
men lltenugalr
menHalf
ugalr Half the wrong thing thbaphe you chase sa do dohe doho
he said Myo you do only became beea they t1Ietforbidden are areforbidden re reforbidden
forbidden If you didnt knew ll they were wereforbidden wentorbl weretorbkidei
forbidden torbl del if you didnt knew they theywrong e eWlOl warewm
wrong WlOl wm they would only seem t to you 7MIgU8Uftg dis disgusting dligusting ¬
gusting and repugnant repugnantI repu repugnantstrolled t tI
I strolled one spring meriting in a aLook 8beauUla abeautiful
beautiful park parkLook partLookbereIsaldtooceoithe
Look LookbereIsaldtooceoithe LookbereIsaldtooceoithewhy here h I said tn one of the theGrass theguards
guards why do you have Keep Kesp 0 the theG56 theGrass
Grass signs s all allover over the park plk1 You Youdont YoudOftt YoudOflt
dont seem 5 m to enforce the rule ruleNo t tNo tNo
No sir au said the guard The object objectof jeetof ect ectof
of the signs st ns is to cause the people to tejoy en enjoy enjoy ¬
joy more thoroughly being < on the grade gradeTaft aTnft gramTuft
Taft Snt on Him HimFrew HimP him himFrant
Frew P tke DeMos Tnmotpk TlRICripCThere Ta4lThere
There was w a time when George G B Ox Cexof Coxof
of Cincinnati would hare been sin MNb30 surrounded surroundedby i euneeil
by fawning satellites telfttes on a visit to tGtntton W Wash Washington <
ington Now he Is reported as atAoout Jostflng Jostflngalwut JoidhigabOut
abOut in the crowd an ordinary fa faunder t tunder meit meitunder
under a dripping umbrella mbrel It we an anextntordlnaI7 anextraordinary
extraordinary fat man who was the tileof cause oaaeof causeof
of his undoing uOOoln6SIIbt undoingSlight
Slight Provocation ProvocationFrom ProocntionFrom ProvocationFrost
From Uw Owttae CIIat chitlasesat ft Then ThMsThe 11IIMIThe ThenThe
The attention of the Philadelphia Con Constitutional ConUtutlona1 Contltutlonal ¬
stitutional League ought to be called to tothe totHe tothe
the outrage on a a Georgia Central Cl trat train trainSunday tMmS trlnSunday
Sunday S ndA night A negro porter port she site Mad swdkilled MadkIlled andkilled
killed two negro toughs toC his only onlytion wreMft veea veeabeing
tion being that they were trying tr1l t tltk41l tltk41lhim tO Mil killhim
him
Hereditary HereditaryFrem IIcrcdltnryFnIDl HereditaryFram
Frem the TheMes Pest PestYour P PaMYour i iYour
Your son is a great football player phqrarYes playerYes Qr QrYes
Yes it is hareditary l8reQl l8reQlI horedhiaryI
1 I never heard that Ms father vla s a afootball aCootbtlU afootball
football player playerHe playerHe playerHe
He isnt but be Is a chrefito elK kMtor kMtorGood hk kiskonGood r rGooel
Good Advice AdviceFrom AthjccFrem AdviceFrom
From the iii lUefcwtor Henua HenuaMr n nMr himiLMr
Mr Roosevelt Is being advised n I8t fc to tosend tsend tosend
send his massage meSsa to Congress In which he hewill howill
will favor the shipsubsidy shlpSU 5tdy measure 1 1r Uifbrtuntely n
fortunately r Mr Roosevelt is not taking takingadvice takingad1cc takingadvice
advice from his real friends

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