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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1917 1917The 1tfIr 1tfIThe 1IVtThe
The DavIsSwetteHliam nw18Sette hlUR Incident IncidentPresident IxeWentPrwWeat InddeiitPreuldent
President Itoosevelt displayed d signal signaltact signaltact I Itact
tact and reserve ta choosing cboosIn to ignore ignorethe Icnorethe Ignorethe
the inmannered m ftC1 behavior of Gov Swet Swettenham Swettfnbam Swettenham ¬
tenham toward Rear Admiral Davis The Theincident TIMI TheincIlent
incident I ckteat was one which might easily easilyhave eaaII1hae eaallyhave
have been magnified far tar1teyond beyond its due dueproportions dueproportto dueproportions
proportions but the cordial c ° tdlJ exchanges exchangesbetween excbanpabet1feen xcMngssbetween
between the President and iid the British Britishwar Brtt18bar Britishtar
war ar office oce and Earl Greys manly 17 ex expression exrores expreaslon ¬
pression rores lona of regret have deprived it of aH aHinternational aUInteDadonal allinternational
international significance l tfteance We felt feltisure feltisuret sure surethe 1RJIethe
the t lie British government would w w uid 4 need no noprodding 110proddm nopt
prodding pt oddl4 in an affair so discreditable to toits toits toIts
its colonial administration and so hu humiliating bumlliatilw humutating ¬
mutating to national pride prideWe prideWe pddeWe
We are unable to see in the conduct of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American naval officer the slightest slightestjustification htest htestjustilcatloii test testjuatiAcatioa
justification of Oov SwettenhaWs 8wettenha ex extraordinary extraoldl8ary extraordlnary ¬
traordinary letter Possibly y Admiral Adflnl Davis Davisanimadversion Da DaanllU4TenIoa Davisanimadversion
animadversion upon upouthe the policing of King Kingston KiqstOft KIngston ¬
ston may have been one Ofl of those things thingswhich thllllf3which thlngawhich
which might bt better have been left unsaid unsaidbut 1ID8hIbut unsaidbut
but it was obviously obvlousl Intended not a IUJ a areflection are areflection
reflection re ectlon oa 6a the capacity Daclty of the govern government government VerD VerDmente ¬
ment mente bat b as a justifteatkm of proffered profferedaid JIIOftered JIIOfteredaid profferedaid
aid Naturally perhaps It evoked evokedwntry eVokedcontrary a acontrary
contrary opinion from Gov Swettenham Swettenhamwhich S1retteDbamwhich Swetteohmwhich
which might Igkt have been expressed In other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than brusque and d sarcastic terms tern The Thegovernors ThegoV Thegovtwnors
governors goV DOr < request t that the American Americanlanding AmericanInndq Americanlanding
landing parties part be withdrawn was a per permissible perml permhefbic ¬
missible ml exercise eere of o his authority to ac accompany ac accompany accompany ¬
company it with insulting and supercil supercilious nperclJioua superdfibus ¬
ious ioua expression e expIeidia implying criticism of ofactions ofactJona ofactIofl
actions actIofl basltroa 0It humane and generous generousimpulses aenerouaimp generoustmpulses
impulses imp lses woe wae incredibly IIIcredlbl ciedIbly churlish churlishThere churllThere churlishThere
There was w s no violation of international internationalluw latenaaticmalluw
luw actual or intentional IIIteutional in the deport deportment 4eportnent deportmeat ¬
meat of our naval officer ocr at Kingston KingstonBoth KIaptoaBoth KingetoLIIoth
Both Adatfaal A Evan Eva s and Admiral Davis Davisreport Davlllreport Davisreport
report that they offered to land men but butthat butthat butthat
that the governor declined their assist assistmce amIdtnce
nee 1 When at last our men were tend tended IaD4ad landd ¬
ed d it was at the request of an apparently apparentlycompetent apparentlyompetent apparentlycontpetetst
competent stfbardinate siThei1Ilnate Inate whose act was wassubsequently wassubsequatIT wassubiiequently
subsequently repudiated dia Our officer ap appear apptar apPear ¬
pear to have proceeded with perfect pro propriety proprlft proprlety ¬
priety prlft They were not intruders nor norwa laOIw norW
wa w their thi assistance asnee ftuaee unwelcome They Theyalien The Theyalien
4 at
alien authority They were nimpty fdmpJyof agents agentsof agnotsof
of common humanity at a atIaM time of f great greatpublic DUtpublic grOatpublic
public distress dl8 88 International InternaUo law inter interposes laterno Interposes ¬
poses no barriers to acts of oftriend8ldp comity and andfriendship andfriendship
friendship under such circumstances circumstancesAn
An II infraction of the code of manners mannersnut mannernot aenf aenfnot
not on infraction tnfra1Jon of international law lawthe te tethe isthe
the vital p011 noi4 to this sorry affair a The TheBritish TheBritish TheBritiab
British presM pre saw w it at once once and so did didtiie dhttile dIdthe
tile responsible official heads of the two twogreat twogreat twogreat
great BnaU8b flglIhspcaId 1tehapeaJtiiig peoples peoe EarlGrey EarlGreys Earl EarlGreys
Grey Greys prompt and unequivocal expres expression expslon expresslon ¬
slon of regret In advance of advice a4v1ceatn dvIcea as asto astO
to the authenticity of a letter which aU allEngland
England finds It almost Impossible I to be ¬
lieve an officer cer of the Crown rown to have writ writt writttn written
t ten n moat fl hapnOy doses cIose one on of the tberNnarbble most mostremarkable uustrcmarkgble
remarkable Incidents in the history of our
foreign fore NIa NIaThe relationsThe relations relationsThe
The Senate of the United Unfte States mast mastoften mwtoften mastoften
often wake up the next
morning with tb an anawful aDawful anawful
awful headache headacheA cbe cbeMan
A t MIL Who ko Has If l1a Enough F Eaa h Money ey
A St 8t Louis man has made a fortune f aae of ofsix atsix
six 81 x million in rfjt 1x year an by manufacturing
busies b1l b1Ien He Is J now in few ew York telling teW c
th hew o1S nowapop papers that he baa more money
thm he h needs and doesnt oeast t know hew to tospend tospend tospnd
spend h hfl income In 1neom His H attitudemay aWtu4cn hav have v
been l bA en > fl assumed aun of course
strictly for ad adv adv
v < rttsfag purposes to the end nd not eniv enivof oni oniof 1 1or
of achieving notoriety notorlet but also of Increas 1Dcr ¬
lag < the business of his buggy b nY factory
The ways of moneymaker are varied variedand variedand variedand
and pat the common understanding
With some astn aabUclty bUeItJ te a chief factor factorwith faetorwith factorwith
with other ot otbevg profound secrecy 1IeCIec The St
Louis product says that when his bust burfms bU81n bustnss
ms n nss had reached that point where It
brought hr t hfcn in a quarter of a million
dollars a year be decided his income was
large la rle cng aongh for all fete
purposes or de desires de desins dosires ¬
sires and so he took an of otb hte employes pIO
Into Int partner pflflpIgp on the th thplan mfl sharing n5
plan The experiment 1bIIeftt however vi proved ed a
failure and be accordingly a abandoned abaDdo abaDdotht
the new neW scheme and restored rdto his histo business businessto buglne buglneto
to iu tit original baste basteNow bulLNowlte basisNow
Now Nowlte he professes to be worried because
his fortune continues to grow row through the
inteastaig I ln n rtaabC prosperity of his Ii boggy fac factory factory factory ¬
tory and having banked six millions
he wants to check the flow of money in
his direction and devote himself hlm8e1f hlm elf to the thetask tbetatk theta3k
task of o pending the
earning of his ac accumulated 8ecumulated accumulated ¬
cumulated hoard hoa In desperation he has hasrcoived hurl baarnolvod
rcoived rl < lv4 to buy a balloon and experience experiencethe
the UrI of sailing through the air He Heannounce HelInnoU1lCe8 Itoannounces
announce his intention of fling the
basket of hi his balloon with C bills and and1rpp1qg
droppl dropping them through the ctmospbere ctmospberethousands urethouandB tmopo tmopothousamis
thousands of feet above the earth On Oneach Oaeao Oneach
each eao = h piece of
money so dropped
his h name nameand D lean4 nameand
and address will be written in todeliMe
ink inkThe
The New Yot YOlk newspapers always alwa alert
for something thlac new under U8derthe the sun are aremaking aremaJdq aremaking
making a great te todo > do over the St Louis Louismans Lo Lomans
mans man offer sad his Jdsprof4 Jdsprof4ment professed predict predictment pret pretnwnt
ment ment and are duly chronicttn chronicling his every everyword eft eftword eeeryword
word and movement To them the St StI4WIsan
Louisan Is truly w ui generis p in the phi philosophy pbl1000000y philosophy ¬
losophy of the average New Yorker the thehuman
human being who even prof proLssses ass in to have haveaccumulated baeaooumolated hareaccumulated
accumulated as a much money as he wants
is a phenomenon deserving all
the ex exploitation oxploitatiou ¬
ploitation possible to bf be made bj theest the big biggest biggoat ¬
goat est and blackest display type But when whenas wbeBas whenas
as in the case of the St St Loutean a ahuman ahuman
human beings Iota up the Maim that he heha hehas behas
ha has more money than he wants wuta New NewYork NewYork
York becomes dumfounded Del halls hallshim balmhim
S him aa the wonder wo of oflbe oflbePemap the age agePerhaps agePerhaps
Perhaps the New York view Is not far farwrong farro tarW7u
wrong W7u ro There have been piled led up in the theUnited theUDlt theInlted
United UDlt States within wltNDtbe the JUt past at twenty twentyyean twcatyyeara twntyyearso
yean yearso so many ay colossal lertanesaad ertase there theremmocti dleNt
t = T mmocti uck talk abewi t mone OIYkfl
ling Ing that the national mind seems aee te be beinterested beI beinrcstetl
I interested intfr stttl In nothing else lle Thc states statesman statesI ttesrnaa ¬
man mal or politician who ho dares to raise his hisvoice hisvnfe hiswee
I voice wee In protest prott > 8t is almost certain to be bedenounced bedenounced bedenchunced
denounced as a selfseeking demagogue or oran orJUt oran
an ignorant neerMtowell On the wMolo wMolothrefore wllolethrtort witolthrctire
threfore the antics of the St Louis Louismillionaire Loutmillionaire Louismillionaire
millionaire are tre to be encouraged He has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made a great fortune and therefore he hei heis heis
i is not a selfseeking demagogue or an anignorant anIlporant anI
Ilporant I ignorant neerdowell in the popular popularview populariew popularview
view Maybe his h example even though thoughit
it be loud and vulgar will start a new newttne newIbte newline
line of thought out of o which will grow growhealthier TOWbealthler growhealthier
healthier public sentiment and conduct conductMr conductJIJ conductMr
Mr Bryan has eightysix el U8Ix engagements engagementsto t tto
to lecture next summer at ffW each It Ith Itit Ifb
h keeps it up he will accumulate quite a afatoctopo afat0Ct0fa8 afatoctopas
fatoctopo of Ida own ownThe owaTIle ownThe
The Head of the Smithsonian SmithsonianThe Smhhsonlnnof
The Th regent of the Smithsonian meet meettoday aeettcMta meettoday
today to elect a Secretary We hope hopetheir hopetheir hopetheir
their task t will be crowned with distinct llstlnetnceaa distinctsucceas distinctsuccess
success May they not again In tender the thepuce thepIaee theplace
puce to any man who wb would like to have havethe Mvethe havethe
the honor offered to him If if only for the thedistinction tMdstlnctlon thedistinctiOn
distinction of declining MeUnI If IL An act which whichwill wblebw whichwill
will w l commit the Smithsonian to an era of ofsane oflane ofsane
sane clear useful scientific work te one onewhich ODebleh onewhich
which bleh will be approached with a ftrm firmsense ftrmsense ftrmsense
sense of the opportunity opportunityWhen opportualtJWJaea opportunityWhen
When James J Smithson son 8 11 to Hugh Hughfirst Hoplint Hughflrst
first Duke of Northumberland and Eliza Elizabeth EUubeth Elizaboth ¬
beth beth heiress of the Hungerford of Stud Studley StudIe Studicy
icy Ie and niece to the proud Duke of Sam Somerset SoIDeraet Samerset ¬
erset eighty years ago wrote his will It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was a as an afterthought that be added the thealternative theternatJYe theternat1ve
alternative ternatJYe bequest of his then seemingly seeminglylarge seeminglylarge y yJarp
large fortune to found at Washington Washingtonan tOl1 tOl1an <
an establishment for the increase Iacre e and anddiffusion anddlftueIQa saddfltuslqn
diffusion of knowledge edae among men menUnder menUr mentInder
Under the three distinguished dlIngulshed qubed Secretaries SecretariesHenry SecretarieslIenl7 Secretarieshenry
Henry BaIrd and a an Langley La magnificent magnificentwork IIIQI1111centwork mgnMcentwork
work ha baa been done do ta fulfillment of the thefounders tMfoUlMlers thefounders
founders wish The institution te now to toenter toenter toenter
enter on greater areatftperformance areatftperformanceThis performanceThis performance performanceThia
This te imperative The Smithsonian Smithsonianremains SmlthaoaIanretaalns Smithsonianremains
remains the official exponent of scientific scientificprogress 8clet1tttkpIOtpe88 scientificprogreas
progress ta this country eowatlJ eountr The national nationalpride nationalpttde nationalpride
pride Justly Includes It It At its head there theremust theremust theremust
must be a great t personal force not only only1n oal oal1n onlyIn
1n the scientific aelentl thought and labor of the thetimes theUmea theUnhel
times but a aa a leader and executive com comtaanding cem8aDdtnc coznInanding
taanding the confidence eonftdeaceof and cooperation cooperationof
of the foremost scientists of the land and andthe aace aacThe andtheage
the theage theageThe e age
t tThe
The Smithsonian now ow has a cooperat cooperating cooperatIq coeperatlag ¬
lag factor ta scientific progress ta the theCarnegie UaeCanaecte theOsruegle
Carnegie Institution working under an another another another ¬
other method motho4 and by other incentives incentivesThere IJaCellUveaTheft IncentivesThere
There needs Bow now to be a dear sense of ofproportion ofproportJoD ofpportIon
proportion In the work of the Smith Smithsonian Smlthsaa Smithsonlan ¬
sonian Throughout the lay world if ifnot IfDOt Ifnot
not the scientific it uv I the common view viewthat viewthat viewthat
that the Institution has devoted itself itselfmainly IUIeIfmalDb Itselfmainly
mainly to natural history aad the history historyof ht8tOlJof historyof
of man maaon on this continent ead ent But history te tenot IIBOtcteDce Isnot
BOtcteDce not science DOt even natural history The Thework Thework Thework
work of the scientist today toda has a a wide widefield wideaId widefield
field and an Intensive one What college collegemen coIepmftl collegemen
men of twenty years ago were taught a ascience as asat1nce asscce1s
science scce1s Is now DOWa a dastcovered dudtc verM book oa the thetop thetoPaadt thetop
top toPaadt shelf The atom tom then believed to be bethe bethe bethe
the ultimate uI te division CU of matter maift maer ha baa been beensubdivided beenubdtYide beenubd1vided
subdivided in the studies of radioactivity radioactivityCorpuscles nuttoutlvttCOrpwKIe radioactivityCorpuscles
Corpuscles electron and the vortex vortextheory vortextbMry vortextheory
theory of ot the atom are now the posses possestons poutlof poisessiona
tons of science This This theory of the revo revolution FeYoluuo revolutlOn ¬
lution of the tiny electron In Its atomic atomicorbit atomicorbit atomicorbit
orbit te to be oemlated with what we weknow w wknow weknow
know of the whole ho1e phenomena of matter matterand matterand matterand
and aU our idea of the visible universe universeare unJ unJare universeare
are to be informed end inspired by H HThere It ItThere itThere
There should be large problem before beforethe beforethe tore toretII
the Smithsonian Smltb oalaD and to this end the man manwho IDaJlwho manwho
who goe goes to it lu head should be a captain captainHe captainHe captainlie
He must recognize men greater far than thanhimself tbanf thanhimself
himself f and draw them to the work He Hemust Hemutt HemuSt
must feel no tinge of Jealousy at their theirachievement theirachlevetneDta theirachievements
achievement He should invite suggest suggestappeal s sapp suggeitappeal
appeal app aJ even and give gladly the sacrifice sacrificename IICrtftcec
c latar w aD 11 that 1 mount Ja the tbeof theama
name ama of science ac1 Over all 11 he must be bevowed bevowed bevowed
vowed to the humanitarian tartaD motive Pure Purescience PureIIdeeCe Purescience
science te winsome through its beauty beautybut beautybat uty utybat
bat It te only by Us utility 1IdU ta Umlaut Umlautanalysts the last lastanalysis Iathat
analysis that science can justify Itself ItselfIf luelfIf itselfIf
If Congressmen C and Senators will sign a abond aboD4 abond
bond not to lecture and write for the themagazines themapJdaea themagasines
magazines the country wIll consider the vheraise theraIBe thtraise
raise in salary a fine investment investmentAn faY InvesimentIJLterosting L
An 11 Interesting IJlterastbl Publication PublicationDespite iubtleatioRe PublicationDespIte
Despite the e gibes gibe and Jeers Jeer leveled at atit atit atit
it the esteemed Congressional Record te teone JsODe isone
one of the brightest lid most erudite ex exchanges fXchances cxchanges ¬
changes reaching the newspapers through throughout tbrouPoat throughOut ¬
out the tend Those who delve and seek seekwill IIeekwin seekwill
will surely find much that Is uplifting and andInteresting anclatere andinteresting
Interesting InterestingFor interestingFor ttDc ttDcPer
For instance during the delivery of a aspeech ap aspeech
speech p by Mr La FoHette a few lewnee day daysince days dayssince
since nee the following hlgblyOluminatiag bI I7tIDc00U0q1Q hlgblyOluminatiagcolloquy h1ghIyftlujnjuatbcolloquy
colloquy took place placeMr placeJIr placeMr
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Mr I VMMtoI w yMd MrThe Mr Mrfl
The fl Vice llisliiiitns 1 red1mi lie Mahr gcaetar r hen taIe hena Wfc WfcBsw0au
a rhi Ie a s Bsw0au Its we wepo w wd wMr tae taepoint
point of crier crierMr
Mr apooncrMy eancssse Ihsjse yfcUa sat I IpdDt kn nose a apoint as asnt
point nt of order to teDe SHhe SHheTke enhsThe
The Viet Vie lee Praiseatfbe Jeatar Heartm awe 5 Wis Wiseoaaai wcOIIIIII W Wc
eoaaai c ifcMed as the chair sk tMmtood daguu to lietor the flcaa flcaator SmatAw
tor nost 1 lees Will tile Sraator frost Iowa yfcM yfcMto jdto
to tfM e Senator aiMor htm flenr Ctaotsbf CtaotsbfMr rIIaMr
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The ke Visa V IliiMfSlrxaty 1 riemt1 l lCOIIMD Senator fins ftoaCOOMB WI WIcc <
COOMB cc yfe Jidd to the Senator IeDatGrI torn Geacgtaf GeacgtafMr Ge GeM
Mr M DMOBI I Ihiigiil I 1oldie we Mkfa is tte onvtov onvtovof cente cented
of oldie the Senator astw ham Iowa Ion I SB d bswuu that h hha be be1ICJt behas
ha has not ni the door and I wffl not tettfTwpt i8IeIrtQJtMr hlM hlMMr h hMr
Mr DoUhcr1 wffl Kry ry gladly yield to the 1Mtor dim ftenatcr dimtor
tor from b Georgia GecqpaIr G Glie Georgiaof
Ir PieceThe on isa I sot within U tb ia iaof
of th ths Senator < torn Iowa 1 awl I aID wOI1ft not a tatonvnt tatonvnthhm ms msbin
bin The Senator 1eMt aMw will not aih dnainil 1 MM If K1Nft he here hewife
wife re peaktatt ta hia ew sea tinK I woaM ask tae taeprMkea tileJIIiYIIeIe t tS
prMkea S of Itmn nltenutiUm iWtu him UatMr aa himMr
Mr a PatteraenMr lr IVerido IVeridoMr 1 ImiusMr
Mr DoBmrI Delliar am eertoady a Uttie eoninKl eoninKlMr stu stulIt
Mr PsttcnonThe Senator euma hen kwm usenet tile tkeBoor tileI theto
Boor to iasvH a cjaeetkiB Bnnueasid 1ft 1 hy IgMr Me MeMr 1MIr
Mr DoOtarI the oJIIIIIIIiIW negotiate with Uw tileInIaa Hmatnr Hmatnrtppsrartlr ant antOhm
Ohm Weenin and I bin a GDb vfldi vfldiapvmtly
tppsrartlr eater to lift Uw liet am to we weMi a aMr
Mi r IatteremB ttcnoBB t t I WM the Senator who be bethe yielded yieldedtie
tie IDDr io oor to tae > iwtar fnat Ira lews to toJIe a aejnesttoA the theies
ejnesttoA ies lie lid net negotiate with th tile tiletaw f eWit jbt per perBB peMr
Mr DotnverMr PreMent BK esek < DK the tiletIN noerUdn noerUdnttea amIistie
tIN tie el mj ttnere I will take aqr JQIr eeai eeaiMf s sM
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loCI oor to tile Senator ken Iea J > I IThe aa < n it itVb itaala
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pcodnaion of the nhiiiiatlauii evaden ef elIowa th tho Semtor 5ent neat neatIowa Sunlose
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Mr DoDi DoIHftpJir rMr PmUent PmUentMr PnIIdetlrJIIIeIDMr Ps5eMMr
Mr lrJIIIeIDMr JHeanMr PnaUant X Uw tJIeJieIdI4 be Senator untc fraa fraaWluaawB ttunWbeoI
WluaawB ha has yielded tile tileJcwa iS aqr to th the tawtor msts am amraptiac fr frJews
Jcwa Jews I will 1eIIIIIft to tile lb JDIIep rls5 rls5mpth 01 01ItIPUIII
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Tbt I Vim PicaUeatDoet Do th lbs Senator AMBIW AMBIWywU I arWI Iseayield
yield to the Senator Sunt frost kenMr Gtanjfef GtanjfefHow f fJIIr
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How any ay one can < read such a a thrill thrilling thrllIn thrillln ¬
ing ln narration a as that and not be lifted liftedto JIftedto tftedto
to the seventh Y9th heaven of delight is not notunderstandable notUDdentanfiable notunderstandable
understandable What Wia It was all about te teas 18clear Isas
as clear a all midnight and the only thing thingthat tIdacthat thingthat
that surprises shocks and pains u us is isthe iathefaiJure isthe
the thefaiJure failure of the proofreader to inject injectthe 1Djectthe Injectthe
the customary parenthetical words ap appIaUlle ap applause applause ¬
plause upeat great applause awlaue1I Ac c at fit and andproper lYI4proper aa aaproper
proper intervals intervalsNo Jnterva1No IntervalsNo
No wonder Oeauuon nmberg n t Pettus and Xc XcEnery XeEnery ItoEnery
Enery have provided themselves tbeaa with withpatent wUhpatrDt wi wipatent
patent listening < machines fer use In the theSenate tIate theente
Senate ente te of the United Unt Stales It te fright 1rIPtto frightful ¬
1 ful to think or the Men sis that they ttIe7t ttIe7tAB7 might mightby mightby
by any chance keek or cnot cnot1If eroo mimi Mta < Me Meaf
< af VIu wait a ftele It e Wet Wett
hove that even such legislative veterans veteransas tomBS tomBSthey
as they would dare return to face tholr tholroutraged tholroutrapd theiroutraged
outraged constituent devoid of the theknowledge tb tbknowlcd theknowledge
knowledge knowlcd that might have been obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from hearing the th above but was not notIf notIf notIf
If we have ever said one word deroga derogatory 4erosatory derogatory ¬
tory or facetious concerning our ee eeteemed ell elltf asteemed
tf teemed > med contemporary the CongreSBiorwU CongreaslonsiRecord CongreSBiorwURecord naJ naJRecord
Record we apologize and tnko it buck buckWithout bftckWithout bnckWithout
Without It life would be a dreary wasteand WUWand waste waitsand
and all days would be flHefl with gloom gloomLong SloomLon gloomIimg
Long < may it wave to Illuminate and andthrill acdthrill andthrill
thrill thrillThe thrillThe thrillThe
The Buffalo Express designate Seete Seetetary See Seetary SeLacy
tary Root as the uxre great t mixer of tilt tiltadministration g gadmnrat1on 1
j administration adaIIIItkration By unanimous consayi consayithe CO IIIIijSecretary conngiLb
the Lb Secretary of War ha has been deiIntd deiIntdlbs lesf eaI eaIQe n d dthe
the rt great fixer fixerA buA fixert
A t State Rights ltf hts 3llxup 3llxupWhat MIxtipWhat UxupWbat
What Is to become of State rights rfs w as asDemocratic asDemocratic a aDemocratic
Democratic Issue hen if our 1ep RWeufrteafI8 RWeu RpublieauMends l lteait lteaitfriends
friends take It up apt The Howe H bad nsJpassed Wpe8Mld badpamed
passed a bill prohibiting corporations corporationsfrom eorpotaUoMrom eorpoztionsrom
from rom rom contributing contrlbutm to the t election X Xpentea Oxpeases < tx txpenses
penses of Presidential eteetora electorflo e1eetorsotksprs e1eetorsotksprsentathes ocHenre ocHenresentative rre rretaUYa
7 JL JLenough
sentative taUYa ta Concres Coller S Senoucb Stbt Stbtenough
enough tIM rights ta of the States were w ta tavoked Iavokfd hiyoked
yoked in I opposition to t tt this bin by Beiwv Beiwvlican It It110m itepobDean
Dean members mhen while Democratic IttiH1 IttiH1sentatlve JtI Breaentatives Me MeaentatlYe8
sentatlve appeared perfectly willing wn to tohave tohave tohave
have State corporation teterdleted iatenlk ct U Utaw lips 1Jplaw lipslaw
law from spending money mone to t influence influenceFederal b IFederal taIbsuceFederal
Federal elections The coneUtutiooal coneUtutiooalpoints COIIII COSIMILULIOUSIpoints LvtloM1 LvtloM1point
points raised ised against aat the measure hail no noweight aowelsbt noweight
weight on that side of the House HouseIt HOUleIt HOUSeIt
It remained for that old oklwanbone Republican Republicanwarhorse Ripubllcaetwarboe
warhorse Ge Gea Orosvenor to uphold the thebanner tINtbanlMl thebanner
banner of f State Stat right JWh l sad to bewail the theImpending theIm theImIng
Impending Im destruction of the theeDee independ independence Indepsapieiee ¬
ence of the States Tb This te a seen tee teesaid lieaId besaid
said of the bill bill HI In the direction of the theabolition 1Mabolition theabolition
abolition of State lines nett and State rtaIt rtaItthat rightsthat rights rightsthat
that Is the most startling < of ofthat anything anythingthat an3thbngthat
that we e have heard In Congress eonp Not a aDemocrat aDeJDOClat aDemocrat
Democrat said lei amen bat two mere re republlCD8 Re Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans den Kelfer and Mr Gaines Qalneaof 0 0of Gainesof
of West Virginia expressed ex a aview dobtous dobtousview daboasview
view as to the constitutionality of the theproposed tbepropoeed theproposed
proposed legislation legislationPerhaps legislationPerhaps latloD latloDPerna
Perhaps Perna after all an State rights rlalatanowacla8 Is net netnowadays notnowadays
nowadays a sectional question not IIieta wren wrena em ema
a party question but a national oanwtl GIIIIItItvtloaal cesktutlonal oanwtltuttonal
tuttonal question which Is in josem jMOOss ef efadjustment efadjustmeat ifadjustment
adjustment by natural or eonseiom eo eoUtlcaJ pa patttical poIltical
tttical evolution evolutioaIt evolu oa oaIt
It appear that a number n of wlattewent white ant antdiers al aldters >
dters were guilty of ofa running aiga aigaamong ajewek ajewekamong
among a the negroes at Columbtts 0It1 Ohio CThioHowever 0Id0However Ohiotowever
However far be it from us to start rt rtother an another another ¬
other Brownsville row so we will v uIDON say no nomore nonor
more nor about It ItToe It ItToo itToo
Too Alueh Iiiek lirawnsvllle lirawnsvllleIn Itr wnsvIlle wnsvIlleIn
In our Judgment the entire country COUU7pttlne Is Isgetting di digetting
getting heartily sick and tired of the thewhole thewbole thewhole
whole Brownsville row For a time the thespeeches Uaeand thespeeches
speeches and utterances of the Senator saatnwere flsosisrsWere Senatorwere
were entertaining entereta and an4 perhaps perha In Instructive IaBtnKUft Initruetive ¬
structive But the disc dIscuoa iisslna finally finallyreached 0DaJI 0DaJIreaebed finallyaebnd
reached aebnd the point where it itbut was anything anythingbut aathIngbut
but edifying edifyingWhen edlfybaaWhea edifyingWhen
When Mr Tflhnaa Tmi ta his clumsy way 1M 1Mht ay aysought
sought ht to reduce the controversy to the thelevel thelevel thelevel
level oft a minstrel show he was not DOttbe so sowide sowide
wide the mark as he might have hay been beenThe bee beeThe beenThe
The debate has filled the galleries to tooverflowing tooverftowtnc tooverflowing
overflowing Acrobats and animate ill illthe illthe U Uthe
the circus tent tents People have ha e attended attendedbecause atteAdedbecauae attendedbecause
because the the impression bD prevailed that tIaatbot a anot ahot
not time was impending because there therewa tINreto therewas
wa was to be pitchforking grilling se areuaa areuaaworb sarcasm sarcasmfireworks canm canmfirework
firework worb Ac AcThe AeThe keThe
The Senate of the United States Sta SIntesIs ha laaa laaabeen long longbeen tongbeen
been known as the most august aDd aaddignified aDdcUpUled saddignified
dignified deliberative body oa 011And onAnd earth earthAnd
And so it tatwhen wbe it Is at itself Bui Bu It Ithas Itbas Ithas
has not shone as a athe dignified body during duringthe duringthe
the progress of the Brownsville awtiivlIle perform performance perf perfnee performance
ance Republican dirty linen and Demo Democratic DeIDoeratic Deisocratic ¬
cratic dirty linen have been washed washedpretty wuIaedprettJ washedpretty
pretty thoroughly thoroughlyThe tb thoroughlyTb J JT
The T Tb Senate none too soon resumes It Itnatural It Itnatural Itsnatural
natural role of dtajBtry and calm The In Intensely mteuely Intensely ¬
tensely humorous sallies 1B of grave and andreverend D4IreYeftII4 andreverend
reverend Senators had begun to pall The Thecountry TbeCOUIItr Thecountry
country longs for its own again It Is tetired Isdrecl istired
tired hearing about bow Brownsville Browuvllleidiot was wasshot wasabel
idiot shot up or wasnt shop bop up according accordingto accor4l accor4lto
to which w leb Senator may for the moment momenthave momenthave t thave
have the floor And it te particularly particularlytired pa paUred particularlytired
tired of that phase of the subject which whichMr wldchnhman whichMr
Mr TOlraan persists ta introducing J tnMl and anddiscussing suadWhats anddiscundnL
discussing discussingWhats discundnLWhats
Whats Oats The bv Cleveland Clevelandcharging 1AMer 1AMereha Imsdercharging
charging eha Mr r Roosevelt with waPiles sending nding sun sunplies supplies
plies to J Jamaica without the authority authorityof
of Congress Co Turn on the Are IIeout alarm get getout getout
out the bowie knives aid ruRra raxsers and andand aD6 aD6aDdtblap an anandthings
and aDdtblap aDdtblapWhea andthingsWhen things thingsWhen
When it come to real chivalry South SouthCarolina outhCarolina SouthCarolina
Carolina every time A gallant gentleman gentlemandown PDtlemaclown geutiegneadown
down there referred to Miss J t1 Boardman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Red ed Cross Society SocIet the other evening eveningas
as Uthe the William Jennings Bryan of the theTaft uertt theTaft
Taft party partySecretary artJSecretary partySecretary
Secretary Secretary Taft grew while whlI ta Charles Charleston CbarInton Charleston ¬
ton ton says 8 the Charleston n News lid aadCourier lidL andCourier
Courier L Mercy MercyAnd MeICAnd MercyAnd
And now a Michigan man has caught caughta
a SOftpound pound sturgeon with a pair of ofhanging tongus tongushanging
hanging to its glib Idl that were put there theretwo theretwo theretwo
two years before fore by one of Ida neighbors neighborsA
A Mind man can see that this te neingth neingthbe pjngtf pjngtfbe S1I S1Ibe >
be the greatest year for fishJiaT ta all allhistory anhIstorJ allhistory
history historyThe hIstorJTIle historyThe
The length ur srbov ilOv w Swettenhams Swett Swettee ear eargive re regives
give ee him b aa adeddedly a decidedly tap 1elHlleaY7 heavy appear appearance eppearanee ¬
ance They ateo suggest the Won that he hetar betJOIII heis
tar from Missouri MissouriEllen 1IOIJaotR1EIIeIa heourL heourLEllen
Ellen Terry says say she he has heard of ofPtttsbuTf ofPIUbUrS ofPtttnourg
PtttsbuTf if she te wine e eke WIll try to toforget 10forpt toforget
forget ic icA ItA it itA
A graduate of Wilmington University Universityis UaIvt UaIvtk
is I to be chief advisor vtaor to the Gnekwar of ofBaroda ofBaroda ofBarods
Baroda and the kingdom kiD dom < Is to be run ranstrictly runatr1ctly runstrictly
strictly on college nrfnciafe principles He te teprobably Iaprobabty isprobably
probably hard at work now no Inventing Inventingcollege Inveaf Inveafeellee a aliege
college liege yell for the palace football f tball team teamThat teAmTbat teamThat
That Adamtess Eden proposed d in Texas Texaste TexuU Texasis
te all all U right 1 but suppose a cow co should shouldstroll shouklutrIt
stroll 1911 ta from a neighboring nelghborl ranch ranchIt raaebTIt ranchIt
It was very kind of the senior Senator Senatorfrom Sesuit r rtrem r rfrom
from Tennessee to invite Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltto
to a seat inside the Democratic parlor parlorWe JIarJore parlorWe
We e opine however that the President Presidentwill PrwkJentwill Preukisotwill
will not take it without carefully inspect inspecting hulpecltt inspectlag ¬
lag it for bent pins > and carpet tacks tacksBy 1aeUWa7 tacksly
By ly way of variety the Russian terror ¬
lets took a day oft recently and U4t1t dditkilt U4t1tkill Wn t tkill
kill anybody anybodyAt U7b0dAt
At an oldfashioned spelling bee ta Mil Milwaukee Mftwaukee Nflwaukee ¬
waukee recently receD y there wer were nresent about abouta 110 110a
a thousand contestants Apparently AplMreatlT8OIt a asort asort
sort of rallying raU7inrround round the flag or vindica vindication ¬
tion meeting meetingAn meetIACAn meetingAn
An Iowan seeks to get getoutof out of it ItMaUD fey iystating feystating
stating < that they dont lynch a aotten aoften matt mattoften
often in Iowa So tile latest Iowa idea ideata W WIs IdonIs
Is that it isnt right to tobneh lynch a man mere merethan
than once onceThe onceTIM onceThe <
The total number of indictments found foundagainst ibuni ibuniagainst uDd uDdt
against t the Standard S cJard Oil at Findlay 131mna OhIo Ontote OhIoIs OhioIs
Is now MB Pretty soon Mr MrIs Rockefeller Rockefellerte
te Ii going < to have ba ve an Indictment for every everyseparate Mel71 oeryseparate
separate dollar he beIt possesses possessesIf
If as an English I scientist identletelniuw claim cIat the thesun tMaun thesun
sun and moon are responsible for tim tneearthquakes tJteelUtbquakea timearthquakes
earthquakes those celestial bodies ought Ottgtotto Ottglatto oughtto
to be arrested for disorderly conduct conductThe conuctThe condueLThe
The Milwaukee Sentinel SeA inel ndvlss hJSftS us w tosoak o osoak
soak Oak the man with 1Ut the bomb b lllit Thvnfc Thvnfcyou TtMilk1 ThgEkyou
you wed rather duck 1111 1111ougbt li1iEgInd aim aimBngland
Bngland ought promptly to swat Gev Go
Swettenham SwettenhamOh StteDMm0Ii SwettenbamOh
Oh 0Ii well walk ta Spring Springandst and sft st10 st10if < 1ewif
fC 3WB win Jlft3Ofr M e > v yotir otr way ay about It lt V 1
Jinks i Is a hearty fellow fellowGives tellowGie fellowGives
Gives you a sounding oun4tn slap slapTalks alapTalks slapTalks
Talks with a lusty bellow bellowLoan bellowLoan bellowLoan
Loan me a five old chapr chaprJlnksy chap ChapJinkay T TJlnby
Jlnksy is out for knowledge knowledgeI knowkMlpBuilt knoWledgeBuilt
I Built of heroic clay cia ciaTl7inc clayTrying
1 Trying to g gt t through college collegeWorking con conWarklng collegsWorking
Working his artless way wayJink wayJlnka wayJinki
Jink is acquiring learning learningThat learniftcThat learningThat
That will avail him much muchNot muchNot muchNot
Not Not for hard toil hes be yearning yearningBetter yeamlnCtter yearningBetter
Better the hurried touch touchLater touChrAter touchLater
Later in life yom And him himLusty bimLusty himLusty
Lusty and loud and gay gayLeaving gayIAavlnar gayLeaving
Leaving a trail behind him himWorking himWorkin himWorking
Working Workin his artless way wayThey w7Tke wayThc
They Thc Only 0111 Oxl Exist xltwhat ExistWhtti t tWhats
what Whats become of your booWweperr booWweperrHes bookiteipir bookiteipirHes r rHe
Hes He gone to New York to live BveTon tiftYou liveYou
You mean hes be gone to New York YorkXot Yoc1cN TechXot
Xot N t Lovelorn LovelornJohnny lcntlornJoIanny LovelortiJohnny
Johnny JkJ to you love your leather leatherNaw teacherNaw r rNaw
Naw NawWhy NawWbJ NawWhy
WbJ Why rm astonished astonishedAw 1IIItGId1WH astonishedAm
H Aw W whats w the use Shes turned t t1Itx flown flownsix downsix
six boys
Alioihlnnlilc AlioihlnnlilcOn tj4iii11hfl1P1COh IHHhhaftblcOb
On Ob I could kill ta 8ftWaI severT1 severT1With ever ITW ITWWith WQS WQSWttb
With merry merrybe sest sestThe zas zasThe
The fellow who evolved e that tllatTIae phrase phaseThe phraseThe
The The Middle ldd West WestYour W WYuar WeltYear
Your True rrr Pet Ci OtthMblt OtthMbltBaJmo ptIzaitBuuker tlmii tlmiiBunker
Bunker deserves deaerv a great deal of credit creditNo creditNo creditXe
No matter tter how things W go he always at say sayne SQhe says sayshe
he ne he cant complain complainNothing eompla1nOoNOUdq complainNothlng
Nothing particularly pardculu1aIIout commendable commendableabout oommedaLbIeabout
about that The man who deserves credit creditto eNtkIa CVidItIs
to the man win can complain but woat woatIlils WoSLiiils 1 1rltbl
rltbl Ilils 3f Meruc frucuflrY roo nry nr A AMr Au Auar tl tlir
Mr Borera is la the parlor parlorHaa miss missHas missHal
Haa Has he any flower or candy with withhtair WltbJdmT WithWar
War htairNo
No NoTell o mius miusTell
Tell him rm out outS outStich outSwolt
S Stich ch IIoHltehiitM IIoHltehiitMI Jct lU hn hnwaG
I waG Just JtwIaat wondering wonderingWhat wonderingWhat
wIaat What were wi you rOUD OU wondering WOdSf about thIs ijristtm UD UuWW thIslink
ttm D r rWin
linkwin uWW Win they hare lorgnette m 1 heaven 4V te tehand t4IMuad tOband
hand around to the ettter ettterNOTHING eliterNOTHING elite eliteNOTHING
Ifkem un tIM FhflsAtlpliia Pbthd a fnm fnmIs PIMLrlt4i Pr Prrite
rite SHJltitHutc SHJltitHutcI
I Is your husband keeping ids iliafIOm tromjse tromjseta
ta abstaia from drinktagr drinking asked Mr MrWise Mrs Mrswise
Wise wiseOh
< Oh 11 yes faithfully replied Mrs New lfewIhrecI 2ewlimed
limed IhrecIAre limedAre
Are you sure Its 1ts pretty hard for a aman an aman
man n to resist the temptation temptationYes temptadoay temptatloOYes
y Yes but he tells m me bes found a sub substitute nbaUtQte substitute ¬
stitute which htcb be eats whenever wv be feels feelstempted fee feepted feelsisapted
tempted pted to t take a drink and what wItatJW do doyou doyou
you suppose sap it itlI to Clove CloveHer covsa1lipz
Her lI r Ultimate Aim AimMr 4tIiuMr 1111 1111Mr
Mr ABcumOld Munnlman Munnt seems quite quiteattentive ca caattenttve quiteattentive
attentive to Miss III Grabbtns GrabbtnsMiss OrabblDaCbeltuBo GrabbiniMite
Miss CheinwSo I hear hearMr hearMr bearMr
Mr Ascnm A8cam1 I suppose she has great greathope peatIIopes greathopes
hope of being hi his wife soon soonMiss 8001IIU soonMIs
Miss IU ChellusNo I think her great hope hopete IwpeUuat hopeIi
te that she will be hi his widow wWowBluokl soon soonniooklMKr soonIllouklng
niooklMKr Bluokl ProKe ProKeFarmer lrO P1OXTOUS P1OXTOUSarmer II IIr
Farmer r armer Meddergraa MeddeTgrSO4 rpe8l X set my bop beyHirtm bopHiram boyHiram
Hiram to sawla some wood this mom momFarmer JDOraJarmer mornhe
he hePartner
Farmer NayborDId ye yeT r ID IDboy asad my myboy myboy
boy Silas over to help htm if ye yeit n nP yePwmer
P Meddrgrsmo No dont t ye cIo cIoIt doIt
it I want the Job did la a hurry hurryStratiijce 1aurrJStI1lUI1CO hurryStrange
Strange StratiijceAseum StI1lUI1COMumD14 StrangeAseumDid
Aseum MumD14 Did you ever notice notkef1JDDt anything anythingftmnt anythingfount
fount about hi b cenversattoa cenversattoaKax eesemsationKnixmunny n aaoa1XaaFuDnJ1
Kax XaaFuDnJ1 Funny Well I should ahoIdITIIeNa say Mi MiTherts notThonds
Therts absolutely no point to it itAseim ItTha1s it itAemThats
Aseim AemThats Thats the funny fuIIe part ef It Itbores ItIIaYbII It ItHsvIii
IIaYbII HsvIii no point to It It bow Is It that It Itbona itbores
bores se quickly quicklycount quicklySansMei
SH7CJt SH7CJtcoat SansMei SansMeinoticed
1 noticed one of the papers hi Its Itscount
count of last nights concert speaks ef efthe eftbe ofthe
the sopranos high notes ac fan CJf CJffItUWIth ofwarmth f fwarmth
warmth Do you think thait tlaat correct correctasked oerreer oerreerasked r rCfte1
asked Miss NI Cereus CereusWhy Cfte1UWlly CmeuiWhy
UWlly Why ttbtf T replied Joakley They Theyoeme TIIQceme TheyclOSe
clOSe upper register you knew knewquite 1uIewqult knowQuite
quite qult Wlcely J LlIel LlIelSome lk6J f fSome
Some doctor contend MteDd that onions are areood AftJI08d seegeod
JI08d ood for weak nerve nerves DM you OGdlat ever hear hearthat bearthat
that thatNo
No No but I can readily imagine that thattheyd thatdaeyd thattheyd
theyd be good for a weak wes breath breathTo bratla1RIkJIICHt twoatbIlvniekHiei4t
1RIkJIICHt ht 1 1J1t 1J1tTo 1911To
To fit his thieving tblevID hardihood hardihoodHis bardtbooc1Hia hardihoodHis
His meanness small and aadTille rank rankTne rankThe
The man who jumps Jum hi bIa board Mil bWBe should shouldBe shouldBe
Be made to walk the plank plankX plank1Clrl1 plankXvdcrn
X 1Clrl1 Micrn Sekwolxririx ckfltoIJtlrl Sport SportFnai SlIortJ Sportsplus
plus J the Loasoa M Mali biJJilIn MaliMrs fl flMrs
Mrs Humphry Ward presiding at the theeducation tIaeec1ueatlon theeduestlon
education conference said Id that she was wasseined waswith wasseized
seined with an almost comic sense of OfMerence UM UMdifference thedifference
difference between this generation aoT the thelast theJut1n thelast
last Jut1n to regard to the recreating of KIrk girtsIn KIrkIn girlsIn
In her schooldays there was she 8bea amid amida Jd Jda
a rapturous OUS game called Tig Fig but by bythe bythe bythe
the ate of twelve twel these t Joy Jon JO were dead deadfor deadfor d dtor
for her and exercfe trdie meant only oaIy4rfro the thetwOadtwe the1two
1two twOadtwe 4rfro parade the long row of ofmarching ofma ofmarching
marching ma schoolgirls which George Mere Meredith Meredith MeredUb ¬
dith described as that Sunday dead deadmarch deedmarch deadmarch
march called a walk when one was al allowed aIloWed altowed ¬
lowed to shove hove the legs along al ironi ironically IroIIIcaDy treatcally ¬
cally naming na mhaC it animal exercise With Withwhat Witbwbat Withwhat
what wonder 1WO should they have bav looked on onat Oftat onat
at the Hockey tennis lacrosse IaCl08e amrcrtck amrcrtcket aDdcrkket
et of a modern girls gIrlascbool gIrlascboolPlants rIa school schoolPlHIilN schoolPIMUIR
Plants ftir ftC lllC PMCillC LIIIC LIIICVnm Line Linekw IAIIChon
hon tar Xew York Eveaias z veai PolL rosuHow PolLBow ronBow
Bow win Congress like to see the Pres President Prwldent Pr PrIdent ¬
ident prosecuting prwecutJ Haniman as a law lawdefytag lawc1et7ln lawdefying
defying magnate m gnate and at atitM the same ae mo moment mol8eat mameet ¬
meet urging a gift to Mm out of the theTreasury tIHJreaetal thelreaaury
Treasury This is among the considera considerations cOll8idel cOll8idelUtofta eoaslderstkdts ¬
tions which make It certain that the thesubsidy tJMsubstdy thesubsidy
subsidy bill will be bltterl bitterly fought In the theHouse tbeRoue theHouse
House HouseJV RoueNDt HouseNat
JV Nat t HcvIHlctn lint Reduction ItcilucilonFttn UCllucHonPnIa ReductionFon
Fttn the LooisfQIi Ooarfer CofikHiIaaL CofikHiIaaLne IrJL IrJLThe JmasaL JmasaLThe
The people want tariff trI reduction Tariff Tariffrevision TartlrrevbIon Tariffrevision
revision is a cunningly devised word to tocause toC8ue tocause
cause an Increase in rates But if the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people wish tariff reduction they theyturn must mustturn mustturn
turn out the roseate who ho are owned by bythe bythe bythe
the trusts trustsn tnJs
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SwctfcabMB SwctfcabMBHi 2hoc11 3whea2III t I
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Lad M er com back say D781rakD SMSe SMSeSwKteoaMi areeSwatenian
SwKteoaMi aa 0 SwrttmlnsH SwrttmlnsHTkoa s1 SwtestThat 171 171TIIaIa
That wilt not cower la Ow tMIw east eastawfttONMUB doniIid
awfttONMUB awfttONMUBAnd Iw
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Thou will U net yield the Y YThov Yalis WI WISIt tilt tiltalit
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iJwKtrahawi iJwKtrahawiBetter L
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Metter ttec the are e upon the taM taMftaaa nfi nfiThan ndThea
Than Huftanlni of aw dieS Wtwh lIt mA mAJhe veilSwuta
S Swuta IlK 0 Sustisabtoti Sustisabtotibe 1 1TIlt
TIlt be kfttari ta Knustoa nw as are 11ft111ooI dead dandSwettfBtnw deadSwdteimi
SwettfBtnw SwettfBtnwtnJnmT SwdteimiThe
The tnJnmT Wood has all be been tt abed abedSwetwahaait abed abedS shedSmitabmort
Swetwahaait S SmitabmortThe Swetwahaaitn ltl 1 1Tt1e
The n lOTJgrj Inugrycues cr nerd not be fed fedThe fed1Ite fy41The
The leadettaa need not be led ledTe ledrne ledThe
Te boneless boneless need no bed bedHa IJ1Ie bedhe
Ha J1Ie he Brilte sumdard frfa S3itg red redTwati mI mIma redPush
Push prondly oer oVer Jamaicas ld Leadwenbia ldSwfttenbain
8 Swfttenbain aIII u SweUenbaw SweUenbawT StteoharnTW
TW T J 1 Lainpton i K Ksw w York otk World Worldr
To Heart Off Others OthersThat OtlwrHThat OthersThat
That motive other than those that ap appear appear appear ¬
pear upon the surface usually are at attributable attributable attributable ¬
tributable to actions of the Senate as a abody abod abody
body bod I is the rule mther fT than the exception exceptionin
in I the judgment of the expert A case casefat caseIn caseIn
In point to tarnished by the latest Till Tillroan Tillman UI UIman
man incident In apparent heat the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate went into secret jsession ion to consider considerwhat conalderwhalt considerwhat
what to do with the South Carolinian for forhis forbia forhis
his o oaeft84 Tene In comparing the body to a aminstrel allalAlltrel aminstrel
minstrel troupe Memra Bacon and othtrs othtrsof othtrlr othtrsof
of r the Democratic side waxed warmer in inthe inthe Inthe
the secret ret session tven veQ than had b been bcen40ne beendone en endone
done by the mercurial Mr Carmack in the theopen then theopen
open n seesion For an hour and a half Mr MrTflhnan Urf MrTiftinan
Tflhnan was raked over the coals eoa by Sena Senators Senaton Senatars ¬
ton of both parties for the alleged 31l gf d indig indignity in Indignity ig igaltJ ¬
nity he had heaped upon the Senate With WithCyclopean Withctm WithCyclopoun
Cyclopean ctm courage co the Palmetto states statesman statesp35 tat tat8tGOd ¬
man stood his hJeoumi ground He denied d led that be behad bemeant behad
had meant any an disrespect to the Senate Senateas Seaatea Senateso
as a whole or to individual Senators SenatorsWhom Se atOft1IhOID SeUtIOTIWhom
Whom he h had II caricatured He was will willteg willlag 111 111laC
lag however te apologise in open open1Mat session sessionbut seamenhat
but not behind tad closed clo ed doors He Ie iiteo iiteoCheerfully ILIftotMerfuU alaoObserfully
Cheerfully consented to the ezpungenent ezpungenentf
of f his little parody from the official rec records recBut recends ¬
ends But he would be expelled hanged hangedor
or drawn and ad quartered before hobo he would wouldsubmit wouldt wouldsubti
submit t to the penalty to which Ieh his critics criticsdesired crlUesdeeINd criticsdesired
desired to subject Mm MmBehind MmBeldad himBehind
Behind all this hullabattoo old habitues habitueof habituesoC habituesof
of the Seriate discern a motive quite re removed re reIDOYM removed ¬
moved from fn m that the public ha baa been led ledto IecIto ledto
to believe It was Of course there tbenta was wasa wasa
a desire to rebuke the fiery f7 TUlman but butbeyond butbe0Dd butbeyond
beyond all that was an object of ofun ofunter still stillgreater stillgreater
greater ter concern to the dignity and andOOIUID de deeoram doeorum
eoram of the Senate It was to make an aaI aneDmple anezampte
I example of Mr TiUman as the means of ofchecking ofdie ofobedLing
checking the ardor of certain new ma material maertaI matonal ¬
tonal that soon will be in I the Seaat SeaatfiOtaMy 8eatf
fiOtaMy J the Hon Jeff Davis of Arkansas Arkansaswho ArkaDa3IIIa Arkansaswho
who Ia has ha declared deeba r sine tac Ida election that thatK thatIt thatp
K It wot iii be his h hi pleasure and duty to keep
the Senate stirred up to fever neat from fromthe fromtM fretsthe
the moment he puts on oD the toga togaHotfc tcIpIhulc togaItitile
Hotfc x Genii Itcportttr ItcportttrThe tclturtrThe lteimrerThe
The Hon J Adam Bode of Duluth now nowthe bOWu nowthe
the wit of the House was a reporter in inWashington InW InWashiiigtoa
Washington W for years y before be migrated migratedte Illi
te use shining metropolis of the unsalted unsaltedsea tllUlaltedof unaskedSome
sea Some of his hJ old newspaper friend IrMft4pUetT friendslbs friendthe
the press gallery yesterday recalled the thetime tbelOt thetime
time not so many years ago when the theDttluth tbelatb theDuluth
Duluth latb statesman t1 was w the Anacoetia re reporter Teof topeeler ¬
porter of the Washington W Evening ICv Star StarAaacostta BtarIIMCNrU StarAnacostia
Aaacostta te the suburb to the southeast southeastof HUtbeotOf
of the city which surrounds the St 8t Eliza Elizabeth EIizabetbIne Elizaboth ¬
beth betbIne Insane Asylum Mr Bode was a ahustHng abut ahustling
1 hustling but Bewsgather r and had a vault vaultbig vaults vaultIg
big ambition to become connected with withthe wUhthe wIththe
the Washington W bureau of one of the bt btmetropolitan big bIcmetropolKu bigmetropolItan
metropolitan dailies particularly that ef efthe eftile f fthe
the New York Sun He used to turn Into Intothe IntotM Intothe
the Sun bureau some of the theever weirdest weirdeststories wotideatstorleg
stories ever offered for publication Many Manyof Manyof
of them were accepted and paid for by b
the Sun Sua and the enterprising and hang ¬
inative J Adam Is said to have carefully earef1IIITPhMIed carefullyPreserved carefullypreserved
preserved them all In a scrap book and andte aMte andto
te show ow them with wit becoming pride to
Ida colleagues of the House HouseMr Bou8eMr BouseMr
Mr Bode was w a Democrat until free
diver play played bob with his party in IflMv IflMvwhen IMIwlaeta I5 I5when
when he went ent over to the Republican
Without political backing < of any kind he hesecured beII8eUftd hesecured
secured from President Cleveland in lIZ 1838appointment 1mappointmeat lIZappointment
appointment as United States Stateamanbal marshal for forthat
that district in Minnesota of which Duluth Da1uththe
te the center He made application to toe
President on a piece of birch bark which whicheent
he sent through the mails man Mr Cleveland Clevelandso Clevelandwas
was so struck by b the originality of the theapplicant theapplicant theapplicunt
applicant that t after Investigating l dDtr Ms Mscharacter btscbaraeter hischaracter
character he appointed him Mr Bede Bederesigned Beder8I Bed Bedresigned
resigned the manhatentp te ON when be
left the Democratic emocratlc4Xir party partyXir partyr
Xir r Ifevry r Still Iaenr IaenrSenator I I8eRator IOarSenator
Senator Berry of Arkansas who last hwta Imta lasta
a log In the battle of Corinth while lead leadteg Ieada lendlag
lag a a detachment of Arkansas Tiger r win winmake WIJIJD willmob
make mob a carefully prepared speech within withina
a few day daya in support of the proposition propositionto tIon tIonto
to increase Incren the tbespIsry salary of the members lit l 1 n of ofboth ofCIa ofboth
both branches of Congress from fees to tofjjee toAa
fjjee 5 As the veteran Arkansas states statesmaps statesmws ta tauna
maps term of service expire ros with this thisCongress thisCongriss
Congress 00 hi his advocacy of the salary aIrbill raise raisebill raisebill
bill cannot be attributed to selfishness setflshnesssince aeltbhDHa aeltbhDHaace selfishnesssi5c
since si5c ace he realizes that Ida political poUtJea1Is career car caris
teetosed teetosedGen Is closed dGeL closedGee
i Gen Berry will vu return ret to private prh Hf Hfm life lifeModest lifehe
m he his modest home to the little town I9Wa t un of ofBentonvUie ofBeatoevlUe ofBeatoville
BentonvUie even poorer than Jfce IewbeD was waswhen waswhen
when he entered tend the Senate nearly twen twentytwo PeDtyt1rO tOentytwo ¬
tytwo yars vat ago to racceed the late A AH A AH AI
H I Garland who was w Attorney 4ttorp ttorpey y General in inPresMeat Int InPresident
President t Clevelands thJ 1tr first Cabinet He Hete BeIs H His
Is now nesting his si JJilty utyaizth rty sixth year yrdme a atime
time of Me when it itJ to not likely Ukel that a a1MB aman
man can take up the burdens with wtththe wtththeto the thestrength thestrength
strength required requ1r to carry them His Htepublic HispubIIe Hisie
public ie career began fortyone years ago agohte aaoftrIt agohis
his first office being betnca a member mem of the theArkansas theA theArkaassa
Arkansas A legislature ture After serving hi hipeople his hispeopIeJ hispeopleid
people peopIeJ Jri that capacity for several years yearshe YeJtlelecte4 yearshe
he was elected governor of his State StateBut StateJ Stateut
But ut Gen en Berry as before remarked Is tepoorer IsiJoorer Ist00rer
poorer iJoorer now than when he entered teNd puMic puMiclife putBelife puMicLit
life Lit He has seen een a host of hte hi custom contemporaries coatemporartea custompornllea ¬
poraries get rich in office but but like Ages Agassi Apahe ¬
si 55 he ha has been too too busy to make makemoney emoney makemoney
money The veteran Arkansas states statesman statemua statesman ¬
man belongs be to that das of Senator of ofwhom ofwbolla ofwhom
whom the late Senator Wolcott of atredo Colo Colorado Coloraclo ¬
redo once one said The The South has in the theSenate tbttSeDate theSenate
Senate a set of men so devilish poor that thatI
I cant can t help respecting rapc U and liking them themA tMaanael themA
A Hail thai On One f for Swrc SwrcSenator SwrcSenator SwrcSenator
Senator Sutherland made his Initial Initialspeech tbIapeeeb InitlilsPeech
speech in the Senate yesterday It was in indefense J JdeeDft 1defense
defense of his colleague coD Mr MrwhoM Seaoot Seaootwhose Smootwho
whose who right to his seat is stilt being beingquestioned bebacqueetiolMd beingquestioned
questioned after his occupancy of it four fouryears foUTears touryears
years ears on ODthe the charge that his holding boIdacodIH the theottce theolfice
ottce of apostle in the Mormon Church Churchdisqualifies Churchblm Churchdisqualifies
disqualifies him Mr Sutherland was ex extremely extremeIr cxtremely ¬
tremely severe on various of the wit witnesses W1twho witae ¬
nesses ae who testified against Apostle ApostleSmoot ApostleSmoot ApostleSmoot
Smoot before the Senate Committee Com a1Uee on onPrivileges ODPrnileaa onPrivileges
Privileges and Elections Of one of these thesehesatd thesebe theseheisid
hesatd hesatdWe be heisidWe ad ade
We e can prove that he te a drunk drunka drunkard anIliar drunkarda
a liar a deadbeat t an apostate t from i iMormon
Mormon Church an flejbtErttii 1 and ADdlnDadc a aInnatic aliwitic
Innatic who was once confined to an anasylum aaauyl1JIIL anasylum
asylum asylumPor uyl1JIILFor asylumIvor
For a Third Term 1crlllYeeten1a7 PCrIUYesterday
Yesterday the Hon Stephen Step Beaton BM SI SIkm JI JIkbas Elbins
km bins was w elected for a third term to the theSenate tMSenate theSenate
Senate by the legislature of West Vir Virginia VirstRIa Ybgluts ¬
gluts He received the unanimous vote voteof Teteof voteof
of the Republicans on oajoiat joint ballot at atCharleston atCbartestOll atCharleston
Charleston as he did in his other two twoelections twoeleetlona twoelections
elections He te the first Senator Se to be begiven bexlva begiven
given a third term by either party pan ta litVI hiWest taWest
West VI Virginia VirginiaSenator VIr1rInIaSeDater VirginiaSenator
Senator Bikini has been known to the thecountry theCMIIItr7 theenuntry
country for more than thirty years He Heserved HervecI Heserved
served In the Fortythird and Forty Fortyfourth Fortfourth Fortyfourth
fourth Congresses a as Delegate from New NewMexico NewMexleo NewMexleo
Mexleo Speaker Cannon and Senators SenatorsFrye Senatoreprye SenatorsFrye
Frye Hale and Blackburn were mem members membe mesahers ¬
hers of the House when he was He de declined cIe cIeelIDed dceliDed ¬
elIDed a tnird election to Congress from fromNew fromNew fromI4rew
New Mexico He was w a member ber of the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican National Committee for fortwelve tortwelye fortwelYe
twelye year years from 1875 to 387 and he heconducted beCOIadueted heconducted
conducted the Blaine campaign eaJDpaI in I8S4 I8S4lit 188CIn 1114In
In UK Ii be was made Secretary of War by byPresident byPN byPresident
President Harrison serving in the Cab Cabmet Cabto CabIn
met In t to the close of the Harrison on adminIIttFatJolL admin administration 4mm 4mmistratlon ¬
istration In MM he was w elected Senator Senatorand storaIHI Sinatorand
and has served continuously since Sen Senator Senator Seastor ¬
ator EUtins te chairman rf the Commit Committee QmJ1Idt1M Committee ¬
tee on Interstate Commerce emmerce and has hastaken bastaJren hastaken
taken a leading dill part m In aU railroad ratlrea4ladon legis legislation legialaden ¬
laden for f the past decade He to the theranking UraAldDg theinkIug
ranking member of the Committee on onCommerce ORCommeree onOommeree
Commerce next to the chairman Mr MrFrye MrFrye MrFrye
Frye and ho hu served as such for ten tenyean tellyan tenyears
yean He is also o a member of the Com Committees CollImtUees Coatsnittees ¬
mittees on Appropriations ApproprlaU a MIe8 MIe8Prlntinlf Rules and andPrinting sadPrinting
Printing and Is one of of1be the hardest work working workIng worktug
ing members of the th Senate He aIM ateetakes aIMtak absetakes
takes a lively interest iD t in affairs of the theDlstffct tJaeDtstflct theDhstiIct
Dlstffct of Columbia as he has large in interests ItsterOsts n nte ¬
terests te ts here Mrs Slkras te the thetee dangle oanghter dangletar
tee of the Hon Henry Gasstvtrajr Paris Paristhe ZsvIs 111I
the Democratic DeflWTB tic candidate candldatetr candlda fer V1eePra V1eePrafdMtlalMML Joe Pro ProIdOUtXr IIo IIofdt
fdMtlalMML fdt IdOUtXr 1ft ltI01
AiuerlcuH 1ruMH Continent Oil iu the theLetter thtLettcr theLetter
Letter of Jaiiialcuw Governor GovernorKron GtnorJlorfIr Governoritroni
fIr the New Ycrk Y Evening EvoaIs Pet llartThat 1 1That PetThat
That the governor of Jamaica has in ina int ina
a great t crisis acted like a glorified rlfted beadle beadleseems bea41estems beadeseems
seems to be oe the almost unanimous opinion opinionin
in England as well us in this country countryThe erJuntr erJuntrThe cruntryThe
The letter which he wrote ro 1 t6 t Admiral AdmiralDavis AdmiralDRVIB AdmiralDavis
Davis should alone be enough to term terminate ternainate terutmate ¬
inate his career Such a mixture of clumsy clumsyinsult clumyinault clumsyinsult
insult and nd vulgar smartness would have havebeen baY baYbe havebeen
been be n out of place at any time but to toaddreskd be beaddressed booaddressed
addressed by the governor of a smitten smittencolony Bmilleacolony smitteacolony
colony to those who came au a friends and andrescuers andrescuen no1rescuers
rescuers was simply amazing amazan folly Even Evenif Eve Eveif EvenIf
if the Americans Americ there were ignoring tins tinsnice tiltnice thenice
nice technicalities 1mIea1lu they were kindhearted kindheartedand kindheartdand kindheartedand
and were doing useful work and ought oughtnot oughtnot Jughtnut
not to have been kicked off o the premise premisea pemitas
a as trespassers trespassersVtam trespas trespassersfum en enlie
Vtam the Xe New TIM T TWbat ttsn ttsnWhat SmWhat
What a fortunate t9ltUDa dreumstaac cIrewMt that thatwhoa tbatboD thatwhen
whoa boD it occurred to the governor of Ja Jamaica Jarnaica lamaiea ¬
maica that be could dispense with further furtherhelp fartlwhelp furtherhelp
help from R Rpu ar Admiral Davis Day from the themedical th thmecIIca1 themedlcal
medical resource of the American AIDer1eaarun squad squadran squadton
ran and from the Lb whole Me Yankee nation fci fcigeneral tJp tigeneral
general p it also occurred to the govemar govemarthat govern9rthat OVeJn3r OVeJn3rthat
that there th was a firstclass Inte opportunity to toexhibit toest toexhibit
exhibit the poignancy of his literary style styleFor atyleFor styleFor
For once In the be history of international internationalrelations tatenJad9DalreladoM Internationalrelations
relations the sillY literary and satirical satiricalambition atlrtealembiUoo satiricalambition
ambition of a fool at t the end of ofpenholder aa oAchU oAchUpenholder eclalpenholdez
penholder produced a document of ofdye post positive postlive ¬
dye and perhaps incalculable benefit to totwo totwo totwo
two great countries countriesneat eouatJ1eer countriesrmatheSwaiikprla
neat rmatheSwaiikprla rmatheSwaiikprlaEven UN lieEvea B sU Bxfra BxfraEven
Even though t there may be ao aesd a for forAmerican torAmerlean forAmerican
American aid te JaiBafcawMeh J JunbeUevabiett appearsunbelievableIt appears appearsunbelievableIt
unbelievableIt was not necessary for the thegovernor thegovernor bd bdgovernor
governor to adopt a sarcastic tone in in informing lato Informing ¬
forming to Rear Admiral Davis of the fact factThe taeLThe tactThe
The assistance was offered in the only onlyspirit 0Dbrit onlyspirit
spirit rit In which it could be offered under undersuch IIIIderneh undersuch
such circumstance It was net graciously graciouslytorn gradmuilyt IJ IJY IJIt
Y torn the KMT h Y eeI eeIIt k oWatt oWattIt
It is dhUcatt for Aaaerlcaaa A erlcsaa unused to toprotocols SOJIOtOCOIa toprotocols
protocols and lid procedure to stand by tryndea the therales therules
rules of strict ettevetta when a ai117 manifest manifestdoty manite manitedssy
doty i117 thslUnaya drall pi action There bsre la no ea eafor a ifor c421for
for us to take Oov OovtlCal wettenhams conduct conductenigmatical ouidadtenigmatical
enigmatical tlCal as it is as a national affront affrontIt AJrroDtIt
It is one one e in any event that recoils on his hisown Jatjgwa hisama
own head headtost 1aeacLt headVti
Vti tost ta the Hew 7 Yet k W Webi WebiBut s sBut
But t there is nothing n in the incident 1DcI4r to tostir toIr todir
stir Ir American wrath On the contrary contrarythere contrarythere contrarythere
there is occasion for great national tIoDal untie satisfaction untiefctlon da dafaetIoD ¬
faction Every Ev tilSsen of the United U lte4Stat UnitedStaten UnitedStates
States Stat may Justly take pride in the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that Charles H H Davis a l to an aDDel American Americanand Astericanand
and James Alexander 1UI Swetteaham 8wetteubaaThe is not sotdius notItaa
Itaa tae PbssMshto Uajn UajnThe lu luThe
The proper attitude to take la l a case caseof cueof Caseof
of this sort to one of symaaUpr aadif aadifpity aadItpjty aditpIty
pity were not an impmiaseety ImpeXiaenee I f r pny fur furthe fJlthe furthe
the English people in their misfortune misfortunethe ndifonnethe 0ItUM 0ItUMthe
the terrible blunder of having a man like HkeSwettenham likeSwettenbam likeSwettenham
Swettenham to a position pf f authority authoritya AIItborftthe
a the representative re Uw of a great nation nationFmsftthe imtlonFiun dolL dolLtM
Fmsftthe Fiun tM tMThe Jtataa a aThe Tfrastzipl TfrastziplThe
The Incident is regrettable ncrwaa Irons rom the theviewpoint thele1rpoIat theviewpoint
viewpoint ef common hamaaity but toe toeUnited tDeUDIW theUnited
United States tea baa nochtog otld to regret in its itsown Itsown
own 0 conduct which wa w mU prompted prO romte by nw nwUves DO DOtlftII meLives
Lives as disinterested dIsbiteremsdfa s those that im impelled ImpetW inspolled ¬
polled it to rush aid to stricken Mar Martinique JIarUDlque MarUnique ¬
Unique tiniquefnm UDlquen UDlqueIJa Uniquefloe
floe tat PtttSHUg P11 P11In Few FewIn
In the face of a great t calamity eaIamIt like that thatat thatat thatat
at Kln Kingston that a man a should permit permitany JIDItallY permitnay
any petty personal feeling feel or prejudice to tostand to8Ia1III tostand
stand in the way sy of everything et7 able peasibtobeing ablebeIDc possiblebeing
being done cIoDey by anybody for the tileIsJlUt peOp peOpunder
under Us rule is IsJlUt IsJlUttM aast porn understanding understandtogWm understandingreui
Wm reui the X dw > Ye Y YSWKtaham rSlUOttiOhaifl awiaa awiaaSwetteaham
Swetteaham of Jamaica seems to be beof IJeof beof
of that tiia peculiar type of colonial oStelal oStelalwho Ialwbo odsIwho
who ence qusce ta W h We has a efcann CIIiMMWafJaad a tdis tdisdagib to ets etstiagetsh
tiagetsh himself WafJaad ynd then tbelltItIM does the wrong wrongtldpg wroagthtpg
thtpg 1k Js not a casas ca betthe betthepnan III a apri apIln
pnan > unvainisbed sreisILe prig prigI pri pri1bIIt5 prigun
I BBi th the PhflsMSJhh 1bIIt5 iii Weaa WeaaThe JIftTIle Pro ProThe
The blunder at Jamaica J will 1ft do 40barlft ne neharm nobarns
j harm to any 57 one but Sir r Alexander tJ Smut Swettraham hetttIIbaID Smuttrnham
traham K K C Co M IlL GU 0 captata ea general nod amiommano nodeoqumanderlnchiof
eoqumanderlnchiof ommano > rinchief of Jamaica JmI JmIaisder Sir Alex Alexander AJoaDder ¬
aDder has we fear seme very bad mo mo momeats mamerits moments ¬
meats ahead of Mm MmFloored IdmlIlnorctl himItlinretl
Floored the ilhiphop ilhiphopDr Bf rkov rkovDr koy koyDr
Dr Ingram Iqram lngramBlshop Btebop of London LoafIoR LoafIoRJaraed te a ateamed alearned
teamed ecclesiastic but he declared that thatat Uaatat thatat
at times young children of whom he heextranpBtly te teextravagantly isextravagantly
extravagantly fond 10Dd upset t him badly with withtheir withuteIr withtheir
their questions q Once he was addressing addressinga a aptberlnc addiemb addiemba
a gathering of poor children and at atthe atthe atthe
the dose of his remarks invited Ift any boy boyor Wt Wtor ioy
or 0 girl 511 + to ask a bbs questions que aa tioas The TheD8Wer bishop btehopanswered bishopanswered
answered several but was finally floored flooredby IIooIedby flooredby
by a little girl who asked askedPlease nakedP1ease ed edooPle3ae
Please sir why h did the angel walk walkup walkup walkup
up and down Jacobs Jaeab1adfIer ladder when they theyhad LIaeyhad theyhad
had wings wingsDr wIna8Dr wingsDv
Dr Ingram escaped by blandly tIIaDfIJ inquir bMpdrinI htqulrbig inquiring ¬
big ingWhat
What little boy or girl would like ilk to toanswer toaa8Wer toanswer
answer that question questionKI queed8nJbthltlt question1tJhlt
Jbthltlt KI l it Hm Hunt Huutes t F tl s Ha Ilar1 il Luck LuckFnaa Luckthe LuckFe
Fnaa Fe the Liaise City Star StarThe ItarThe StarThe
The Burlington on agent at Tina went rab rabbit rabbit rubbIt ¬
bit hunting recently recen y He took only twen twenty4ve Urentaw twentyAve
taw shell with him ADd after shoot shootlag hoot hootteg boottWeDtftour
lag twentyfour twentfour times he had not killed killedafagte killeda killedasingle
afagte a naae bunny He n knew It would not notdo notdo notdo
do to go to town to without some game so sohe 80he sohe
he gave e a negro boy a nickel tee a live JIverabbit liv livrabbit
rabbit He then tied a string strbcIB to the thebIt3 nb rubbits
bits leg Je5 and tied the other end of the thertrtag thenrlq thestring
string to a cornstalk cornstalkStepping t r1I8talkStepp sornatalkStepping
Stepping Stepp back bac about fifteen feet feet be hetook betook betook
took deliberate aim and finM the but butshell JutI1eU lastshell
shell be had had but instead of hitting the therabbit therabbit therabbit
rabbit be cut the string and the rabbit rabbitbopped rabllkbopped rabbithopped
bopped away winking wtDIdt at him aa he went wentIlHiHan weoLIhnMau wentlialiSaft
IlHiHan Xatur with n t Difference DifferenceFnea Dlffcrtllcttile DiltereneFt
Fnea Ft Uw Atlanta AtludaHeres OoottttwHan OoottttwHanHeres OoIMItaUieHens
Heres a story of a man that stole stolewIaoIe a awhole awhole
whole bank bankHuman beakHUJDaII bankItuntan
j Human natur naturAn naturAD naturAn
An a man that married ntId se aea1en lea ea women womenn womenan
80 an n they all alivtaLM alivtaLMHuman aIt attvthLHuman H HuHvmaa
Human natur naturAnd nat1tr nat1trU natnrrAnd
U And white Im about It It I Iwell might as aswell aswell
well tell you ou that one of yer mules Is testole IstoIelikewllle isstolelikewise
stole toIelikewllle likewise the beaver hat you bought boughtto
to go to meetia Sunday SundayThe smdayt SundayThe
The devil you say Oh Ob the villainy vf villainyan 8C 8CmaD ifmais
maD mais an Oh the wretched human oreecnrs oreecnrsI areeuuaBOIn oreeturgum
I goto gum roan on two legs legslUachirwell JessiUacincl1lnn legsMncliiavelllnii
lUachirwell iUacincl1lnn lin Germany Germanymam Gernaan GernaantIae Gernian7run
mam the Chicatp KeoordMctaid KeoordMctaidCuriously JlealnlHaaIdCUriou8Iy HeadflcraidCuriously
Curiously enough no London corre correspondent COIrepOIMIent coriwspotident ¬
spondent ha baa a as yet advanced the theory theorythat tbeorthat theorythat
that Emperor William caused ca the Jamai Jamaican Jamaican Jamalcan ¬
can earthquake because Germany arma has hasnot baanot hasnot
not been permitted to estabtteh a naval navalstation DavalIa navalstation
station ta the West Indies IndiesXot Indleeot Indiesot
Xot ot Quite That Thatrrai ThatO Thatye
rrai ye the Oxabrn Dee IleeIt DeeIt lireIt
It does not necessarily follow that the theDemocratic theDemocratJe beDemocratic
Democratic Senators who are ar arthe defendtae defendtaethe deteDdlallthe
the Presidents course te the Btw Btwa4alr BrewnsvOte BrewnsvOteaffair
affair have Joined the thePull thIrd thirdtenn teagtoe teagtoeTHIS WL WLTIl
SaM iwwK n Hand H that tItatI atfaR i ilid te nn
lid awstahed it itna ahost ahostTlwa aimigawestsevetbeutdb5
Tlwa flrinp gawestsevetbeutdb5 went a we ftisshi ftay te 111Ja
Uw IheisaisisilitiIM IheisaisisilitiIMc 8sMN took to wet wetUntil
Ja c 1117 bra sve III 5a 5aUtd hark
Until it 1Twu aw ate SoTumthtehbsheiheddeu tkB tkBTwaa
Twaa Tumthtehbsheiheddeu Tumthtehbsheiheddeuted Own k kJ4 hotted iar th dear dearAsd
ted J4 hiked LuHud theviiue theviiuelishiod sewbeve sewbeveBehind f fthe
Behind the desk th Uw leg rtefc rtefcA ItieIta st1i5t5O5athOtt5dg55
A t5O5athOtt5dg55 t5O5athOtt5dg55tM iitw M a ebotted CaD gwaAad CaDID
Aad en Us hemO keavr Kb an JIll11Ia moot mootThu
11Ia MI ot11etnn i ilR
lR ThfttI Lsir LsirI
There i is no reason in thf world wtlrldtbe wino s Hy Hythe ° y ythe
the people of the District of CoiumMa CoiumMashould iIurnIashould 1 un1ti un1tisbouJd
should pay more than 75 7 cents t 1 1feet dO dOfeet mfeet
feet for gas remarked Mr Ir Dan fJdTI H HReynold 11 111teyo1dit
I Reynold YteyaoldtJ of Cleveland Clffb nd Ohio at th t h Arl Arlington MiIngton rl rlIl1ton ¬
ington Mr Reynolds was VI for sev aevn n yearn yearnassistant rlNJaaistant yersassistant
assistant city attorny of Cleveland and andwa < nd ndwas ndwas
wa was also president 8t4ent of th Hit city council lie liei liefa lieIs
i fa a lawyer of ability and one of Jr f4 the thelate t tlate tClate
late Senator Seiat Hannas most loyal fr rrd rrdI frlSlo frlSloI s sI <
I am > n not talking talkl at random raD om tiseiii tiseiiitlnued tOutinued
tlnued for we went ent through tlAaarn tlAaarnflght t1l toeanueOght m mftght
flght that i s being made here ber in I IfVi IfViington Wn Wnbaton 1 1lflAton
baton for cheaper gas u It I Is 8 imply 8iafb ui uiextortion U1extortion nextortion
extortion on the public and an iapoatti kptuutin kptuutinthat m mtbat > u uthat
that consumers should hould b he taxed se a ajustly un unjustly 1i 11 11Juatly ¬
justly to swell ell the revenues of any up texli texlividual IatU1d1l111 imividual
vidual or corporation oorp > raUon We maul made the fight fightfor In Intor tttfor
for redaction and woo Won against a all allll aorta aortaof tuof uSiaof
of threat and deceitful arguments argum nts and andlowered aJdIowe sidlowered
lowered Iowe the price of f ga gas to towhich towhich cents centswhich
which stffl atP save the owner o owners a huge h haag profit profitlbs proiltThe It Itt7
The city attorney wa was told by the gas gaspeople gantroop s speople
people troop that ff the fight t for reduction was wasuoceasfui wasfiOeeMfui wassuocemful
uoceasfui the company eopulend would simply simplyend
lend end addition cII addItIoiI pressure through the thepipes thepea thepipes
pipes pea and that the bills would be no noMOW noHia nosmaller
smaller MOW HI His reply was that If that thattbe was wasthe wasthe
the programme prorran he would w0uJ4 see that an ani anequal aneqimi
i equal amount of pressure would comef1Ol8 etefrom come comefrom
from the other side aide and a an4 that instead of ofttvceats ofC ofiomta
ttvceats C the price couJdJ could be made 1 71 or 99 99er m mor
er 50 or ct or any other o eq figure to off offHtte oJset Offlet
set Htte be trickery that tile corporation pro proI proposed
posed I It was a gaie e two t could play playVIr
My iiwsroeslua VIr 11 Is that the price has since
been lowered to 7 70 cents la Cleveland aev vetaad and andu
What can be 4ose there re is j a llme
BcaUe la Washing WashingCleveland W Wasbh
1 15 Cleveland they are also dig MIne eeeneother Mne Mneother
other things that might be WIll fontewed fontewedfTherel
here fTherel Tbe Tb
strt car COJDJIUIiea <
axe giv givfor v ¬
ing the u public publicBcaUe Publkpien en IJcb Ickets for Quarter Quarterend
aahrelM1 tnuIICe rrassers end on tarn some somemm tarntransfers
Uaea mm kent I tare prevail TIle Tb denl of
transfers 09 all connecting lines Is a
manifest adteat Injustice and a
wrong that tbatODR Usa
Sr aojtld fanmodiaUdy 4dIt4y td rectify rectifyThe recdtJfJDe4 rectifyT
The T earned EpIscopal divine Bteho Bishop H Hwd H
e c Ntter and wife are at tile New Wu
wd The former cwmes to dedicate ne lieU noitridy
JMday ridy the new chancel to the Virginia
tfbeolegical Seminary near Alexandriaat ALaStiat Alexandria fu fuwldeh
at which he and the lb renowned Philips
Brook Brooa studied in their youth the chancel 1
being the gift of Mrs Mn Potter In 1 conver conversation cenverUota ¬
sation Uota with tit a Herald reporter Bishop BtefaouBetter
Better said 1aJ4Wy 4 4My
My mind has been dwelling tWdIbta on the ter terrible tuftltle Icrrible ¬
rible catastrophe at Kingston sod I Igreatly IpeaUy Igreatly
greatly fear that harm has befaUsa seine semefriends mefrIeDfIs seinefriend
friends of mine mine as to whose fate I can canget can1ft canget
get no news ne I knew Sir Alexander Alexandereaham AleuaderSjretteaham AlexanderetIcsham
Sjretteaham etIcsham eaham when he was governor of ofapore tI tIand ofangapore
angapore apore and though I do not wish to tosay tuM7 toMy
say anything rtbinc harsh of him blm could there thereYe
have Ye been anything more infelicitous Iaf Udtoua than thanhis r
his course which led to the withdrawal withdrawalof
of Admiral Davis a viii and his hi blue Jackets JacketsThe jacItetsThe
The splendid behavior of Davis and bid bidmen bioiIIIIa bitmen
men ADs the soul of an jfmerican withpride wIthpride with ilthdll
pride prideIt pride1t
It was no time for ceremouy vo ceio o or the theordteary th thonUIIaIy theordinary
ordinary conventions p life The man manwho lllanwile manwho
who see sees a fellow being knocked kn down downand downand n nlid
and in peril of being killed by a street streetoar creetear streetear
ear ana sal hesitates to give smaoe sslslsinji be because btcauae boocause ¬
cause he has never been introduced i itile tIt tItc tthe
tile unfortunate one could scarcely be becaned 00eaDed becalled
caned a good Samaritan SamaritanAt 1IaJaarItaaAt
At the Arlington Ant are two gentlemen gentI of ofNorthern ofNortIIera ofNorthern
Northern birth wfaov who after tter the close of ofthe orthe ofthe
the war between the States Stat as which whichthey whichdM7 whichthey
they wore the bine settled in IDwhen Arkansas Arkansaswhere Astamaswhere
where both have prospered r exeeedtagly exeeedtaglyranking esoeec1IIIchIUIIdac eaocegIyranking
ranking with its foremost business men menand 1ftt awroand I Iad
and developers MVe oPen One is cot H I L L Hem Hemboth armIDe Bernmel
IDe mel aDd the other Capt F W Tucker TuekerIIotIt Tuckerboth
both ef f Little Hock Capt Tucker sue succeeded suecee4 sacceeded ¬
ceeded his friend as a swember member of Othe Otheepubaa the theBepobHrnn
BepobHrnn 8 National Committee C and fce fceIt hais e eII
It also eoUeetcr eon r of ofearly internal revenue revenueNearly rvesasNearly
Nearly early everybody ev down our way is iseajeytng Isthe Isisi
eajeytng isi ing the good times that cwmes a of ofRepublican ofREp ofRc1ican
Republican IIcaa rule rue said Cast Tucker TuckerThirty TUckerTh1rty er erII1rt
Thirty years ago my friend frI ffeemnul ffeemnulcame lte1lmldc8Ie Bemnitlcame
came to my place a stranger and offered offeredto deNdto offeredto
to bay a lot of black walnut wain timber that thatI
I owned and we made a deal whereby he hepaid heJUt hefluid
paid me I 1 for each tree that be cut cutThose cutIboR cutThose
Those trees today 04 would be worth SIM SIMapiece SUOJIIeee sicoaplece
apiece Only a little while ago I sold the theirwiihrc theW thestanding
standing W Umber on ISO acres of oI1aaf1 land for forSIMM forThia for11I
SIMM 11I This season sea has been a good one onefor onetot onefor
for everybody and as Jong ae our farm farmers fanners farmas ¬
ers can get 11 cents a pound for their theircotton theireott8II theircotton
cotton the South is as happy a region as asthe astJae asthe
the sun shines upon uponBon upoaBaa uponThat
Bon William S Persia former fo morn member 1Detnbet mornbei ¬
bet of Congress fro from Illinois 1UiDoIa ant 4 hu hittr hittrCouunImlonet < r rCommissioner rrter
Commissioner of Internal Beveuaet Revenue Is at atthe att atha
the ha Raleigh accompanied by his brother brotherMr lIretbrXr bfotherMr
Mr H H A A Forman president of the Cen Central Central Ceotral ¬
tral Rational atInsa1 Bank of St 8t Lotus Leala Daring Daringhis DllrtngaerTIee Duringhis
his service in the Howe ae from the district districtso rictloDe rIct rIctso
so loDe represented by CoL William R RMorrison R RKorrleon ItMorrison
Morrison the great tariff reformer there therewas thereDO therewas
was no better liked man on the Demo Democratic DemoClfe DemoerMie ¬
cratic Clfe side than mil Bill Forman Fonnan as he hewas heWU hewas
was styled by his immediate friends friendsWhen tdeadLWMD friendsWhen
When hi his party split asunder on free freesilver treeaIlYer freesilver
silver and Bryan Mr Forman FomIIUItbe espoused espousedthe poused pousedthe
the gold side and supported the Palmer Palmerand PalJDerand Palmerand
and Bttcknt r ticket with great ability abUtyHe aIJOItJHe abilityHe
He ha has entirely dropped out of active activepolitics aetJvepoItlal activepolitica
politics because his bl time fat completely completelyabsorbed COIBpIetetyab completelyabsorbed
absorbed 0rbe4bJr by private affairs of great BNtnltude meg magnitude megnltude ¬
nltude and a large and lucrative law lawpractice JawpraetJce lawpractice
practice practiceHon praetJceHoa practiceHon
Hon John Allen AJIII of Tupelo Miss Mia is isat Isat Isat
at the Raleigh Ra1e Whether to or oat of ofCongress ofMr ofCongress
Congress Mr Allen easily remains roi one oneof oneof oneof
j of Dixies most Wustriousvsons m and the thegreatness theareamea thegreatnean
greatness of hi his heart ana and die sunshine sunshineof dustsIneof ne neof
of his presence have made him friends in inevery Inever inevery
every quarter of the land He does not notappear notppcar notappear
appear to grow any older and the genial genialnow genialflow 1 1ftow
now flow of Ms humor was in no wise dimin diminished dlalnIsbefI diminisbed ¬
ished by b his retirement t to private life He HeteQs H HtdJ HetoDd
toDd people that he Is leading the simple simplelife simplelife p1c p1cute
life of f a cotton planter ter and he does doesrealty doesrally doesreally
realty raise the fleecy staple balk ba ° t It is ishard isbard ishard
hard for people to think of him in the therole therole therole
role of an agriculturist agriculturistMisses qrtculblllstI
I Misses Martha and UIdAUCO Attce the charming charmingyoung dlanDingyouna charmingyoung
young daughters of Capt Vivian of ofIsttp ofIalip ofIslip
Islip L L I are areat at the Raleigh and will willbe willbe willbe
be in the Capital Capita18eVeft1 several days sightseeing sightseeingOne sightseeingOne tlleeing tlleeingODe
One of the leading lawyers laWe of ofMr England EnglandMr WngbndMr
Mr B B ML It Underdown K O Co C Is at the theShooaham thtSIaefIebaa theSIiosis
Shooaham lie it te chairman of the United UnitedRailways UUedJta UnitedHallways
Railways Jta of Havana I1a and an with Mr W WX Ws WL
X s OgitvJe of New York York who I Is president presidenta lhll
a It 1 the Havana Central Ratiroad is on bis bisway bIsway hisway
way to Cuba on a trip of inspection I ttioa of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the important system of roads owned by byhis byh byhis
his h company companyI
Oil I can say y that the railroad situation situationin tnation tnationIn
in the island of Cuba is quite satisfac satisfactory eatWactOlJ paddactory ¬
tory said Mr Underdown The The crops cropshare cropsbee cropshqSe
hare been good and 41 the Urafflc suc corre correspottdtogty eorresp correspoadhigly
spottdtogty sp ac1 heavy Cuba has a first rate raterailway rateraBwQ raterailway
railway system about zoo 000 miles in op operation operatIoD upertto ¬
eration forming a pretty complete COID net network net1rGIk netweek ¬
work of the country We are are of course coursedependent C01IIStdepeadent coursedependent
dependent for prosperity on the main l1leDance maintenance maintenance ¬
tenance of peace and order but there is isno
no reason to o apprehend that contrary contraryconditions contraryCObdIUou contraryconditions
conditions wlUjpevaJL wID JPIL The United Slates Statesgovernment Slatescne Slatesgovernment
government cne t indeed can be relied upon uponto uponto uponto
to promptly put a veto on anything that thatarm tlaatYOn thatOvolu
Ovolu arm YOn of revolution or public disturb distarbPram dIIItWbSena disturbsac
Sena Scnatr1a1n trlr tn tcrtKI1IJMe tertaIMiHOXtS tertaIMiHOXtSthe m
Pram the Sew NewT Y Tet WedS WeeidWith WtdILWIth WedSWith
With a few more exhibition lID that ffcatac thatsc t tIIC
ac jacterday the United States 9sa te teean e eeaaape ema
ean compete with the Thaw trial en enjpractically enpn oncticsfly
jpractically cticsfly equal terms termsr terID8DiKII1
A DiKII1 Diriis1 lLl Prusint 1ItKll trt trtJIM t tes
JIM es the tneIsd lMII lMIIS iu iudownSiam
r < 4ewaStaa S JII arsnehsr ds deebias aras flwt flwtI ibitit it itIta
I it am1 win be a asn weaoen m naft ffeU ffeUli wfntoo 1IeIIilstCdo
li ilstCdo ev tJ too io ear ournooOkigg ew cooking

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