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Why b hy Not ot Drop the Socalled So calicd Race Issue IssueSenator IssueSenator issueSenator
Senator Patterson on during the Browne Brownsville Browneylll Brownev111e ¬
ville debate remarked that in the next mettonsreas nextCongress nextconre
Congress s there would be but two Demo Democratic Demoeratle Democratic ¬
cratic Senators from the North He Hethought Hethought Hnthought
thought this circumstance was Indicative Indicativeof
of an increased intensity of sectionalism sectbaalltctnwhkh sectionalismwhich seeUonallsmwhkh
whkh was s not likely lkefy to be diminished diminishedby dlnls dlnlsb
by b the propaganda of such men as Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Tillman Gov Go Vardaman no and Hoke HokeSmith HokeSmith HokaSmith
Smith having for Its purpose the conver cearerston conversion cenverIon ¬
sion Ion of the whole hole country to their views viewson vie Ie Ieon s son
on the race question qu tlon Mr Pattersons Pattersonsview PattersonsView Pattersausview
view has evoked the commendation of theFinrida the theFlorida theFlorida
Florida TimesUnion which bic says saysFrew D8 D8Frca saysFrtatt
Frew the States fomedy efewed w UN Solid SaUASouth SolidSouth SolidSouth
South An i R xpWtea nbnMM will sit in UM nest Senate SemteTwelve SeteT1IeIT SenateTrehe
Twelve JWMB eon ago go ewr Southern S Booster Mtor but batwas ace eaewu acemoss
wu a DeBMCMt neaat ad fram attar States fourteen fourteenI fwneDetBoeNs teatrleeaDeetoaelt
I DetBoeNs > M Mts Md U three M PofMttste Mt te UM Saute SmoteTbia SauteH StureIa
Ia Tbia H U lot lose et Mwaot + raet be aoooaM MICOIIIIt4111 d for fc it D DiMeaatie DiMeaatiedifWoa 13etretsatiodirieiea MCMtic MCMticdirfcfcw
dirfcfcw in 1 MK Ji6 for tt k conunirt omthatiF R to grow 1vIa 1vIaWe Jaegerifs rwger rwgerWe
We btttaf bdMc SwMtor Patterson P + ttarsaa II right fat attribptlag attribut attributing a aiDg ¬
lag it in part to tb tIN fet that Sootfaem extmafct extmafcttesta esiretistainstal lta ltaiMiIt
testa ea Aa Mw etirg ttog the nee iII coaatiatly f ta the theface theface treface
face of UM t1seWe ematry ematryWe eawtrpVe
We Ve do not agree a ee with this isterpretalion interpreta interpretation Int preta pretatfon ¬
lion of the causes of Republican ascend ascendency ascendency ascendency
ency in the Senate for the replacement replacementof
of Democratic Senators with ith Republicans Republlcantohas Republicanshas >
has been brought about by causes es quite quiteapart quiteapArt quiteapart
apart from the race question que Uon We do not notrecall notrte811 notrrcali
recall a single Senatorial election in theorih the theXorth theXorthwhre
Xorthwhre Xorth orih where the race question was as in involved Inohed favolved ¬
volved even remotely and as a everybody everybodyknows evel7bodyknows everybodyknows
knows the national elections of recentrare recent recentyears reefttty
years y rare ars have not been determined by anyyueatioa any anyquestion anyquestioo
question growing cro ng out of the civil war or orthe orthe orthe
the events following folb fag the war r ar Nor havethese have havethese Mvethese
these elections been influenced by the thelegislation theI thelaglalatlon
legislation I 8latlon of Southern States Stat tending to todisfranchise todlstranchlee todiafrtncbiee
disfranchise the negro n and to enforcelire enforce enforcet1e e loree loreete
lire separation of the races in public conccyancea con conveyances connyaooe ¬
veyances In fact it may be said that thatoutside that thatoUMlde thatouislde
outside of the South the race question questionhas qUeKtoRbaa gnestbsbus
has no weight WeI t in Federal elections From Fromthe Fromtte Frantije
tte the political point of view it cannot be beregarded berrd8d Dere
regarded rrd8d re arded as a national question n No ITostatesman Nostatesman NostR
statesman stR tesman of any consequence eonHCIue in the pre predominant p pl10mlnant prtduminant ¬
dominant party seriously proposes es any anyFederal byFtd anyFtderal
Federal Ftd ral legislation to disturb or alter the thestatus thetatns fatestatue
status of the blacks in any part of the thecountry thecOlmtry Uteountrp
country No new ew national policy affecting affect affecting atreeting ¬
ing the negro tterro population is proposed proAooedParty proposedParty proposedPilrty
Party platforms are all but silent respecting respect respecting tMpeCtj ¬
ing j ng the alleged aJI wrongs ron s of the negro Heit He Heis Heig
is on the same footing legally 1 lIy speaking speakingas peald pealdas
as other ot eiUaetur He must look to theStaica the theStates tMStatcs
States for the protection of tits irlgh arigha arighaa7d rights rightsinj
inj the promotion of o his welfare elfre We Wero 1Veire Ye Yerl
ire ro rl not aware that there te disposition dispositioni dl
i in any quarter to invade the province of ofState ofSlate ofState
State rights In this matter What lhat the theSlate theSlate theStates
Slate have done to to t solve tbe race ques question questjonltt questiun ¬
tion tjonltt ta a their own way cannot be undone undoneby undonellY ustdoaeby
by national authority and there is an in inTeasing Innasilt iprcasisg
+ Teasing nasilt spirit of acquiescence at cettce every everywheu 8VIHYwheljl everytt
wheljl tt wheu he in the practical wisdom wt r isdom and sub substanWal HbstanLI saDsran
stanWal sran justice of legislation which at atfirst attir ttfirst
first tir > t wax sharply and bitterly questioned questionedby
by Northern ort rn idealists idealistsIt
It J t is a matter of surprise rpriae therefore thereMrtthat thereforethat therefOrethat
that extremists extret btts should insist I to use the thelanguage theJan thelanguage
language Jan ua of oar Florida contemporary contemporaryon
on flaunting the race question que UOft constant constantly OOIUJtAtly conataatly ¬
ly In the face of the country There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are those of course who 00 think it t can be bemade bemade bemade
made a national issue ue Senator Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son gives ve warning that such an issue issuewould iMuewould issuewould
would not appeal to Northern Nortbern Democrats Demo Democrats Democrat ¬
crats John Sharp Williams has ex expressed exprt expressed ¬
pressed prt > s himself bll lelC to the same effect and andhas andhas andltas
has said that that for his part p rt 1M h would be beentirely bentirly ireentirely
entirely content with the present pre ent state of ofaffairs ofattains ofaffairs
affairs We Ve have reason to believe that thatMr thattIr thatllr
Mr Williams stands for the best thought thoughtof
of the South on o4 this P phase M of the subjecthen subject subjectThen subjectrfht
Then rfht hen > n why by not drop the race issue out ofnational of ofnational oCn
national n tional polities and keep it t within R ithin the theboundaries theoundarla theboundaries
boundaries of those States whose e con twcccerrte concerns concent ¬
cent are vitally affected by it itWe ItVe 1t1 1t1lire
We Ve would fain In believe that the SouthiE South Southk South1E
k not becoming more sectional tlonal as to the therace therac theran
race rac question n er any an anypolitiicat political issue l that thatin thatIn thatin
in fact J et it te betbm beoomhtg g lass lessand and less sec sectional sectional sectioral ¬
tional and that th thq country is rapidly rapidlyapproaching raptdlyapproaching rapidlyapproaching
approaching a national view of ail ques questions questions questions ¬
tions affecting the welfare of the wholecountry whole wholecountry wholecountry
country and of g wary very very part of It The Thesupport Tbesupport Thesupport
support given by b th the South to the Impor Important I Important por portant ¬
tant features of President Rooeeveltapolicy Roosevelts Rooseveltspulley RCHNIevelt5polley
pulley is significant we think of > waning waningsectionalism waBln waBlnsecllonalm ianinsaectiontlbm
sectionalism Strict adherence to the old Didpoetical oldpolitical oldpotlCilI
political traditions of the South would wouldhave wouldmve wouldhave
have justined opposition to the great greatlegislative graftleisittive eat eatl
legislative l measures with ith which hleh the theRoosevelt theRoole theRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roole 1t administration te i identified but butinstead butintead butinateatl
instead we And that practical statesman statesmanship atatetmlaship statesrrlsrtsnip ¬
ship has won the day over political politicaltheory politicaltheory politicaltheory
theory and that the Southern people > will willnot willnot iiilnot
not consent U a negative attitude toward towardconstructive tOWArdoon towardoonattveUve
constructive oon tluetlve national policy And we a e are areconvinced areconvln eraconrlaced
convinced convln ed that the national influence hue e of ofSouthern ofSouthern f fSouthern
Southern statesmen would be greatly en enhanced eIIhit eahanuad ¬
hanced hit noed If f the race question qu stt n were confined confinedto onftnedto
to the States where ia the present pos poeture posture JHNture ¬
ture of affairs it belongs and where here it itcan Itcan itcan
can be dealt with by competent hands handsThe 1t1uKkT1Ie headsThe
The Baltimore American thinks none of oftbe orthe ofthe
the antimoresalary statesmen fiate meft will refuse refuseto refuseto refuseto
to accept the increase Certainly not notthere DOttlIere notthere
there la probably JIObtl ly a law preventing it tteven iteven Iteven
even though th Utb it may ma be unwritten unwrittenThis unwrtttenThis anwritknThis
This much should be said In justice to toSenator toSenator toSenator
Senator TUlman A few days cia since atnce In the thecourse th thCOUl8 thecourse
course of an editorial The Washington WashingtonHerald VaslthlaienHerald ast te teHerakl
Herald said 14 The senate M of South Can Carolina CanUna tro troltna ¬
lina has passed a resolution indorsing indorslns the thePresident tINPresldmt thePresident
President In the theBrowll Brownsville Brvwrtarllkmatter BrvwrtarllkmatterThe lllematter lllematterThe matter matterThe
The legislature kg1 lature will reelect ra elect Mr Ttllmea Ttllmeabut TUlmeabut Tilimaabut
but not Indent In indtl tilt stand tud The senate te dkl tibipas dklpass kI kIpus
pass sh swhkj a + reetatfoa retf etfoe but tile tit a house itit Ie sa
afterward afterward refused to concur con ur This of ofcourse otcourso ofcourse
course courso put the legislature on record as asdistinctly asdlsUnctly aedtstinetly
distinctly not Indorsing the Presidents Presidentsact presIdentsact
Chounccy Ch uncey Should Cheer Up UpSentor 1IpSenator j jSenator
Senator Depew addressed the New Newfork NewYork NewPorkTransportation
fork PorkTransportation Transportation Club b Tuesday night nightIt nightIt nightIt
It was a8 the Senators i flrst fl speech since he hefell betell hefoil
fell ill of the mudcrako muck iIo ko fever An Im Impious 1mIrlous impious ¬
pious not to say air an impertinent Indi Individual IndlvldooJ Indtaldttal ¬
vidual rudely interrupted Interr interrupted ted the statesmanwith statesman statesmanwith statesmanWIth
with the question questionIs
Is the fine condition you speak of due dueto dueto dueto
to the railroads or the general prosperity prosperityof
of the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The Senators reply was gnomical gnOllllcaJ It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is due said he to many causes causesTha ooU ooUThe causesThe
The interrupter was not satisfied l thltlttd Be 13epersisted H Hpersisted Bepersisted
persisted In his Interruptions shoutingAnswer shouting shoutingAnswer shouttngAnswer
Answer my question questionFinally questionFInally questionFinally
Finally the Senator quieted the impor lmpertunate importunate r rtunate ¬
tunate person by saying ttl I dont answer answerquentlons aMwerqueatlons answerquestions
questions questionsFie queatlonsFIe quentlonsFie
Fie FIe Mr dr Dopew You could have answered an answered ansered ¬
swered the question If you had wanted wantedto waxta l lto
to We much fear that in spite of your yourcheery Y9urchoery yearcheery
cheery outward aspect your spirits are arestill aretlll orsatilt
still tlll depressed dopr SSod You are not your old oklself oldself ahlself
self You have hat o not made a aspeecA speech in the theSenate tRISeftflte theSenate
Senate since merging erglng from your Our long longretreat longretret longretreat
retreat What is s the matter with you youanyway youan youanyway
anyway anywayThe an anywayThe
The erstwhile delightful and talkative talkativeChauncey talkatlvChauncey talkatlwChauncey
Chauncey seems to be a symptom of the thetimes thetlmos titslimos
times The day was 5 and not so long longago kHtgago longago
ago either when wh n our o r statesmen were werenot ward werlnot wardnot
not so abashed by y the contumacious contumaciousmuckraker contumadomuckraker contumacbusmuckraker
muckraker as they are at present Take Takethe Takethe Tatrathe
the ease of James G Blaine for ex example example example ¬
ample The muckraker got after tbe tbePlumed tbePlumed thePlumed
Plumed Knight and produced MulHgaA MulHgaAletters lullgaaletters
letters and other embarrassing evidence evidencein <
in support of the charge Char that Blaine had hadcast hadcast hadcast
cast anchor to windward wind rl that he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been a deadhead in the enterprise enterpriseAc enterpnek enterprisedx
Ac but the man from Maine did didgive not notgive nQLstve
give up Even after fter all these exposures exposureshe exposu exposube expoaureahe
he was nominate 6 by his party for Presi President PrMldent Praldent ¬
dent dent and R was aa defeated by a very narrow narrowmargin narrowlnarlln narrowmargin
margin Had Dlane Bla Blaine he shown timidity timidityhad tlmhlltybad Undditrhad
had he shrunk from the gaze of the ad admiring al1miring admiring ¬
miring multitude had he immured him himself himself blmself ¬
self in a quiet retreat fur rest and re repose re rePOSe repose ¬
pose had he done any of the numerous numerousthings aataterous aataterousthings tIlMIOWIthings
things that the victim of the muckraker muckrakerdoes muckrakftdoes muckrakerdoes
does today todayor or at least what hat many of ofthese orth ofthese
these th victims do dobe he would have hn ve lost his hiswonderful hiswondtttful hisrondarfnl
wonderful hold upon his h party and the thepeople theP thepeople
people peopleWhat P OpleWhat peoplei
What i > < hat Senator Sea tor Depew should now do to tocomplete toeomplcte todlmpbte
complete his rehabilitation is to make a aspeech apeeeh aspeech
speech in the Senate enate That body Mel welcomed w Melcosted l lcomed ¬
comed his return at the opening of Con Congrefis ConIt CongreFS
grefis It contains other members meM ers we wewot we1Wt wewet
wet dC who bo like Mr Depew Dep w and his dis distinguished dbttngutSaed dtaUngui ¬
Ungui tinguished colleague Mr vtr Piatt Matt have haveI lavepe staveposed
I posed through ordeals quite as trying tryingto try tryto tryhlgto
to their serve and poise as a have been beenthose tIefttb beenthose
those through which wh h the New York Sena Senators Senators Senators ¬
tors have ha bad to pass but they seem III to tobe tobe tobe
be made of o sterner stuff than Mr Depew DepewThey DepewThey DoperThey
They have lost neither their assurance assuranceI tneursaoenor raaee raaeenor
I nor the witchery R Itcbery of eloquence by b which whichI whichthey h1 h hh
I they h are enabled to convince large lar bodies bodiesof 1MMJtetloC bodiesof
of their constituents that they have baveroI5IY ben Jlelaaroesty bengrossly
grossly and outraget outrageously t > odr slandered and andtraduced aMtr3ducecl andtradctced
> traduced And their constituents coftl ltuents have re reelected re reelected rNelected
elected them tltatnSo themSo tlMmSo >
So we bid Mr r Depew Depe to cheer up He Hete HeIs Ifsfa
te still a Senator of the tte United States StatesIn StatesIn StatenIn
In the next Congress s be be will 111 have the fe felicity fe feBdty feI1dtr ¬
licity to serve with Guggenheim Gu m of Colo Colorado Cotordo Colorado ¬
rado rdo and he will 111 also tit t In n the chamber chamberwith ehaJllMr11th chamberrtth
with other Senators who have gatethroagb gone gonethrough e ethroagh
through a Are every whit hlt as fierce as that thatthrough U tortthroagh t ttbrosta
through which be has paseed but they theyhave tJMoyhave theyhave
have come out apparently unscathed and andare andare sadare
are ready to resume making laws law for forthe forUte foethe
the nation and entertaining entertatl the listening listeningSenate lIMentn lIMentnknate unteahlgScpttle
Senate with their eloquence eto4t Mr De Depew De DeW Depew
pew W takes t M himself and his country too tooseriously tooMrtousl toosetiousll
seriously seriouslyExEngineer Mrtousl MrtouslBxEndReer setiouslllaxIinslaeer
ExEngineer Wallace WI to exEngineer exEngineerShonts exBntlMerSbonta exlklgfaterShoats
Shoats How in n the worW wnr d dW you youa man manage manage ¬
age a e to do it 1 AIM how could you do itr itrA It r rA
A 1 Naval azsl Appeal to td Papa PnpoIt PapaIt PapoIt
It is difficult dl ult to believe that naval reg regukukms reuIRtloM rssniatbss
ukukms and the special i instructions of ofthe 0UN ofrite
the President Pre klent are re being ignored i by It naval ravelolicers navalofficers
officers who are desirous de of tbe enact enactment e aetJlMDt eaaetmaat ¬
ment of the measure mea e submitted by the theNavy theaY7 totarp
Navy aY7 Department backed by a message messagefrom JIMMaPfront taeseasefrets
from the White House con contemplatlnc contemplatlncc oontempltdrtschanges tempi tins tinschanges
changes c in the commissioned personnel ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the HrvJee aerr rvc oe There appears to be n need ed ofan of ofan 0an
an investigation InveaU tlon of the methods pursued pursuedby Ursuedby puraaedby
by the managers of this th peculiar cam campaign camn txmpaisn ¬
paign n regardless of the fact that their theirmotives UMkmotlvs theirmotives
motives and transactions are entirely Urely In fabeiwif m mbehalf Inbehal
behalf of o aa a administrative project m jeet t of oflegislation ortton o ole
legislation le slatioa tton Following Is the text of a aprinted aprinted aprlated
printed circular sent to all or most MOltbIJMIIeft mid midshipmen ntfdsbipmal ¬
shipmen > at the Naval aY1 Academy being beI the tbedraft thedraft thedraft
draft of a letter which leh the midshipman midshipmante
te asked to send to his father fatherU
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the UnnttL States to petitions partthMM of high raM at atearIJ aa aato toweir
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make row attack bat be that ss a H i < may the soretreht more moremeat Te TeJMIIt
meat ip general tbimgbmit the eon eoatI try sad sap aaythine allJtbtDt sapthirty
thirty TO J do trill augment the force already escort escort6ktL awembM a aI
bM I am not writiax OB tetmtiiie Thete isana isanaI
I haw aeea As la 1 thisfM exfet SlOW trot MMW befmt DM oreof DMof OMal
of the Me daww I will be atmjht C in a apNIIM tamp tampami leapsad
sad pieaeUou will rttl be Mfoe it w ryes s wren a maa WIll waafertlirc WIllfertJ1ft wwfartJ
fertlirc fartJ Are yean old before he sot to be a Hewtenaat HewtenaatIf feptettastIt
If dill letter 0Uer is n t t atnwr it te > s ht Na heeawe i > e I IaDt ar arhot a aaot
hot awlw lIWIl It so 0 Hut K it appears a Mttfe Ittdeit hyMerieat hyMerieatH
it k beaMue I hareMt time to comb It out I 1a mint hhtttle mintJ
le J a T I HIt yea t fe do J aet set and 41 act gaiebip IHrt IHrtmotioa nIt Itptu
It bttatiatl reatcubar U tit + sCr k aU trot sap 1rehatiat JIIIO
motioa for the nest t ttWIIItF twertr loses Ja is wraoped tip D te tethe Mtke
the fate of iris MIL bALI oilI
I am as toe toeThe Jx JxThe e eThe
The phraseology from the applied pa parental parental psrental ¬
rental address to the closing paragraph paragraphte IHU gTaph gTaphI
te I to say the least interesting Intele6dlt and sig significant slgDlbut s4 s4nlAcant ¬
nificant It te of CItMItiollleprprletY CItMItiollleprprletYtlltt Q t + Mtioiw ilationLtWa We propriety prsprietyLhttt proprietythat
that mWshJpnwn itlilisb psten under Iristwjet1 i lrisftpOtion t1on n bar Ilr IlrJ
service with the commissioned personnel personnelof personnelof
of the navy should be invited to to influence influencelegislation Influencelog1 influenceleglelation
legislation log1 IUon by this or any other processThe process processThe proc8SsThe
The fact that the bill till ought to become alaw a alaw alaw
law by virtue of Its merits does not ex cxeuse excuse excuse ¬
cuse this resort to the devices of Its nr nrdent nrdent ardent
dent advocates adyocates exposed by this draft of a aletter aletter aletter
letter which midshipmen are writinghome writing writinghome wrItinghome
home The form of another letter has hasalso hosAlso tinsalso
also been sent to the midshipmen for thepurpose the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of aiding them In comtrsttnicatingwith communicating comrrumicatlngwith communicatingwith
with their Congressmen and Senators tothe to tothe tothe
the same effect Something Someth ng should bo bedone bodune bodone
done to stop this sort sort of servicelobby servicelobbying serv c lobby lobbyIns ¬
Ins In
Speaker Spol ker Cannon thinks there will be no nocurrency noeurre nocurrertDy
currency eurre legislation IedslaU n this session and itprobably it itprobably Itprobtibly
probably Isnt worth while for tho the balance balanceof balanceor balanceo
of o creation to wasta any further further thinks thinksupon thinksup6n thinksopen
upon the subject subjectThe subjectThe aubjeMThe
The States Getting Into Line LinoThe LineThe LineTho
The warning given by Secretary Rootto Root Rootto Rootto
to the effect that unless the States aoted aotedin aotedi actedin
i in the direction of necessary legislation legislationthe
the period ef centralization would fast fastapproach fastapproach afil afilaplKOAeb
approach ppeins at + elfts to have been heeded At Atany Atn Atany
any n rate an an examination of many mas massages messsget ¬
sages 1 recently recenU submitted to State legisla loglslatctttis legislatures legislatures ¬
tures by State governors indicates that thatthese thntUlNO thatthese
these executives are zealous zo lous to avoidany avoid avoidany avoidany
any curtailment of the rights and privi privileges prhllege privllegea ¬
leges of the t e States and IUN therefore urgethe urge urgethe urg urgthe
the enactment of laws similar to thosewhich those thosewhich thosewhich
which are before Congress CongresETake CongressTake i iTake
Take for Instance President Hoo Hoovelts ROOIIt ROOIItvelts Raeaovolts
velts latest lat hobby the imposition Imp MItion < of an anbberltan anlnheritaace
inheritance bberltan tax Govs Hughes Hugh of New NewYork NQWYork ttw ttwiork
York Qulkl of Maseachuaetts and andDavidson andDAvldIo andDavidson
Davidson of Wisconsin are among the tlwState theState UteStIlte
State executives who insist that State Stulegislatures Statel Stateleglsiaturen
legislatures l aUn should act upon tho question questl questUnsad n naDd j
and thus tit obviate the necessity of Federalaction Federal Federalaction Federalction
action ction While Senator nator Beveridge of In Indiana Indiana 1 1diana
diana te urging a Federal child labor law lawI lllwIn lawto
I In Congress Co reu Oov Folk of Missouri In Jnsista Insists InWlt8 ¬
sists that th the subject te one that belong belongtentirely belongentirely bel ng ngentlrfty
entirely to the State and he urges the thelegislature thelegtslature thelegislature
legislature of his State to act independenUF independ independently Ind8ltendentlT ¬
ently of Congress Pore food bAs already alreadybecome alrdybe alreadyNoma
be ome Noma become a suoject of national concern but butnone butnOne batnone
none nOne the less do various v > zrbus governors regard regardit regart regartit
it as a matter tor State control This is isespecially IIIy isaepecwir
especially Iy true with reference to Gev GevPennypacker GovPeanypacker GerPeaarpacke
Pennypacker of Pennsylvania GOY War Warner ltarner pr prMr ¬
ner of Michigan and Gov Lea of otware Dela Delaware Dtiaware ¬
ware In the matter of uniform diasreowhich divorce divorcewhich dfYGreehlclt
which hlclt In the opinion of many man persons personscan perMatecan personacan
can only be satisfactorily ad8 dealt with 1Ot by byCongress byCo byCoasrtan
Congress Co r ft Is I Interesting to Anti a large largonumber largenumber Jarg JargDumberoC
number DumberoC of governors who believe that thatoperative co cooperative seoperative ¬
operative action by the States Stat Is a prac practical praedeal practical ¬
tical achievement aehl ement The list includes tho titsaoveruora thogovernors tho8QVeM1Oft1
governors of o Pennsylvania New Jersey JerseyMassachusetts JenteyJIIebUlletta Jerseyliaasacbtaetta
Massachusetts Connecticut and Deia Delaware Deiawar Deiarrtre ¬
ware wareWe war rrtreiie
We might t go a great reat deal further and andpoint aJldpoint sadpoint
point oat that insurance raaee problems pcobl the ad administration IMImlfttatnutOft ldmittbtrntion ¬
ministration of o charities and corrections correctionsthe eerree eerreethe oarrectiiortthe
the reforms retot pls demanded by labor and at oUtei oUteisubjects oueasubJeets otabtapuDketa
subjects upon which FederaL PederaJ action aetioR aetioRed te isrussented tesuggested
suggested ed are treated by State govern governors rera reraera era eraors ¬
ors as matters entirely within r Ithln the con ooatrol control COlt COlttrol ¬
trol of State legtsiatuYee t1es It te not not how however however ltortever ¬
ever necessary to go orurther further into detail detailEnough detaILEnou detailEnough
Enough Enou has already been presented te tedemonstrate tAtclemoulrate t tdeulonstrate
demonstrate that with proper activity on oathe onthe 011the
the part of State governors and with withdeKree some somedegree samedecree
degree of rasponsfvenees r on the part of etSlate ofState IIIStale
State legislatures the 1h1 tb growing tendency tendencytowardfederaUaation teIMIeM7towardfederaUaatton taadascrtowanlfederaliatttbtt
towardfederaUaation can be cheeked The Tbetrouble betrouble Thetrouble
trouble has been in the past that the theState tIMState thestate
State legislatures acted locally and btdepenckrtUy Inde Independently IncIepen ¬
pendently pen They did not appreciate the theImportant uImportant theImportant
Important position po which they held heMInte aa asIntegral aaintegral
integral al parts of the Union LnioaWick UnionWith UDlOftWltIr
With a due recognition reco Uon of this fact factsbo1n as asshown isshoRn
shown by the gubernatorial messages meteser C we wemay weexpect ryenary
may expect a political renaissance rena TheStates The TheStates beStatel
States will r in once more occupy their right rightful rilJttfill ri ht htfW ¬
fill position and legislation in Congress Congresswm CoBgr8IIBWIlt Coairesswpl
wpl wm be restricted as it ought to be te toe4lidecfos tesubjects tawIaIeIt
subjects which are wholly national M OU1 OU1iII and andthus aaiChas
thus iII are unouestfonably wfthtn the Juris Jurisdiction jartsIleUOn fntiatlietfoa ¬
diction of Congress under our Constitu Coantitution Constitution CoatltutIon ¬
tion tionSenator
Senator Seaa euaber Beveridge Beft l e te toe ant Senator Senatorto Se eatttor eatttorto tor torto
to introduce JaUocl the illustrated Senatorial Senatorialspeech Senatorialcb SapttaiaisAaecb
speech Mr Roosevelt should remember rememberthat rememberthat t + dnemberthat
that imitation te sincertst flatteryKhat flattery flatteryWhat SlaUryt
What t the machine eIIIn Hepubjlcaae of New NewYork N4tYorlc Newcork
York are kmgtag for Is a governor sot + traor whowul who whowill wtIewill
will rand hitched hitchedIt
It te hardly necessary t7 for or Gov Swetten Swettenham Swett SwetthaM Srtettatbast
ham to explain that he win not try to be behumorous HhamonJUli Jtabotnorons
humorous any more moreAnd MOntAnd rsorvAnd
And now some 11M one wants a Federal Federalautomobile letIeraJatAINnotJ FederalaatoatoDik
automobile e law Good Met State rightsrear rights rightsmay rI5 rI5haIIg
may go hang provided the Federal gov government 8IMenutteAtaua gowernwept + ¬
ernment enutteAtaua can do anything with R 1U those te tebwrs fel fellows feliowa ¬
lows lowsIt iowaIt bwrsIi
It will 111 doutoUeac be quite a relief to Mr MrHeed Mrneed barheed
Heed Smoot to team that Mr Ill J W WBailey Y YBailey YBatty
Bailey has bs not cornered cortMr all 11 the immac immaculate hWINeUlat Staatttculata ¬
ulate Ulat virtue of tbe generation generationSince getteratioaSince eneratiOD eneratiODSift
Since Congressmen have ba ve registered a abelief abellf abelkf
belief that charity In the matter of sal salary aIary salary ¬
ary begins at home the government governmeatem governmeatempIoT empbles em employes ¬
ployes pIoT are busily hoping that It t will 10 make makea It ItII
a few tw visit visits around among amon the neighbors neighborsbefore neighborsbefore aelghliexabefore
before its generous mood gives out outFormer outFormer DuiFormer
Former Senator Billy Mason 88OIt declaresthat declares declaresthat declarethat
that he will burn u ur = all the alfalfa from fromGalena fromColena h + om omGalena
Galena to Shawneetown in his forth forthcoming fortheomln forthcomias ¬
coming race for ttt U tlt Senate There is no aodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that he te a hot proposition when whenhe whenhe caberhe
he gets in motion motionGreat motionGreat motionGrant
Great quantities quantJU of cabbages are being beingconverted beingconverte4 bebtgconverted
converted into sauerkraut out in In Caiitornta Califor California California ¬
nia but it doesnt matter because no noone toone soone
one ever heard of a ure > Havana cigar cigarmanufactured clsarmanufactured dgttttaattnfactured
manufactured hi California anyhow anyhowAa anyhowAn anyhowAtt
Aa eminent scientist has invented an ananaesthetic anestMtle tosnaertJretic
anaesthetic estMtle of such a nature that a pa patient patient patient ¬
tient may watch tch himself being operated operatedupon opel1ltec1upon operatetlepee
upon In this way wa1 wa the surgeons calculate calculateto
to come a little nearer giving gtvl him his htemoneys hismoneys hismoneys
moneys worth worthSomewhere worthSomewhere worthSomert
Somewhere Somert + here along the line of the Smoot SmootInvestigation SmootInntttcatton Smootinrertfgatioa
Investigation it te going to become neces necessary necetsar noceseary ¬
sary sar for Mr Smoot to go home and get getreelected getreelected gatre
reelected reelectedA re efected efectedA
A recent issue of the Milwaukee Senti Sentinel Sentinel Sentinel ¬
nel contains cptttalu a list of o seven cures for acold a acold IIcold
cold Any Anyone one with Uh a wellfegulated cold coldcan coldcaM coldcan
can soon accumulate ten times that many manyremedies manYremecHes fennyrensedles
remedies by b mentioning the matter to hisfriends his hisfriends histrl
friends trl as he meets them along the thestreets thestreeta thestreets
streets streetsi streetaThe streetsThe
i The statement of Mtes Ellen Terry Terr that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she will only vtelt the civilized portions portionsof
of the United States during her forthcom forthcoming forthcomIng forthcoming ¬
ing U tear ur te explained by the fact that they theytook thertook theytook
took her to Omaha Otrshatha the last 1a time she was wasin cas1n S SIn
in thte country coantryAh countryAh COUftUYAh
Ah So Soothe I the nearsterling sflvor is now nowsteritne nowsterltae now nowsterltas
sterltasLet steritne steritneLet r I ILet
Let the antiRoosevelt antlP elt Senators nttOr staiiHlip stahfl stahflup stahR stahRup
up and be counted aiys sn S the Nowiirk NowiirkStar NOwllrkStar TatwtrkStar
Star Carr the Star S r suggest su gOSt a way n cy tomake to tomake tomake
make theai theaiHenceforth thu1Henceforth tlleatHeaoeforth
Henceforth the colored troops nro to tpire tobe tnbe
be guaranteed the right of life liberty libertyand llbartyand jibartyand
and the pursuit of th the PulajanesSestst Pulajanes PulajanesSenator PUlxjanesSenator
Senator Sestst r Bacon Ia a great hairsplitter hairsplitterobserves INilrspltttQrobserves hairsplltttjrobsaves
observes a contemporary Nothing of the thekind th thkind lhs lhsktnd
kind He lets the others split the hairs hairsthen 111111 111111then S Sthan
then he splits the splits splitsWhen spJitsN splitstiot
N tiot t dace Sir Joseph Porter K C D De Ilexot8ce
e exot8ce omee boy and ruler of the Queens QueensDavee Queensagree
agree bas tRny knightly Englishman so soadded o oadded
added to the gayety Qf the nations as asSwe asSwettenham
Swe Swettenham SwettenhamtiVhert nha nhaWilen
When your our m mcjn mcjndeparted mQn n llldi J1iL frt friends I have havedeparted VC VCiIaPfrted
departed it is jnsl jnslup Ju iI1t time to got gotup gOtup
up and go to worksWsifie work sftho Baltimore BaltimoreAmtrtcftn B Baltimoreimlti ltlmore ltlmoremrtc
Amtrtcftn imlti mrtc n Better not notiY 1Vt1erVntU AV Jts tnTnUl itttl then thent
Now ow as to weddings let me speak speakAvoid speakAyold speakAvoid
Avoid the kind described as freak freakWhen freakVhen freakYhen
When youre In love loveYoure JoveYouro loveyoure
Youro Youre apt to find the deuce to payIt pay payIf payIt
It married in outlandish way wayAs wayAs wayAs
As I will prove proveI
I knew a man named Abner Boone BoonoThis BooneThis BooneTltis
This chap got spliced in a balloon balloonThe bRUOonTho balloonTho
Tho reckless lout loutBut loulBut toutBut
But ens on n8 result could come oome I wls wlsOf wlsOf moleOf
Of such an episode as this thisThey thisThey thisThey
They soon fell out outAnother out outAnother outAnother
Another fond but foolish sWaln sWalnGot 8alnGot saaonGot
Got mft married tried on a railroad train trainOh tmlnOh trainOh
Oh being beln rash rashOf rashOf rashOf
Of course h bII got It in the nook naokAffairs neokAffAirs nookaffairs
Affairs with him soon 8001 want towreck towreckAnd tqwreck tqwreckAnd to wreck wreckAnd
And total smash smashAv smAlhAvold smashAvoid
Av Avoid Id freak weddings when you yO goTo go goTo goTo
To take a wife They bring but woe woeTo woefo woePo
To serf or prince princeOne prlneeOne princeOns
One chap I knew wed In 11 mineAnd mine mineAnd mineAnd
And he has neer his friends opine opineS opineSeen opne opneSeen
S Seen en daylight lIght since sinceAa sinceAs GlaceAs
As the Curtain Fell FellI
I went to the theater last night nightAnd nightAnd nightAnd
And did the play pia nave a happy end endIng endIng endJng
On the contrary My M < Ir wife lost hor rub rubbers rubbers rubbars ¬
bers and I got Jabbed with a hatpin rightunder right rightunder rightundfOr
under my left eye3Yhcrc eye eyeWhere eyeVhere
Where Life I I Dull DullThe DullThe DullThe
The terrors of a great city are ar some something somethinK sornsthing ¬
thing dreadfulAfarbe dreadful dreadfulMMayb dreAdf1lMaybe
Maybe so but they dont begin to tocompare toOItntIMLre tooDnrpare
compare with th the horrors of a small ham hamlet hamletJ hamlat ¬
let letJ
Called Down DoirnThte DonDT1 DownThis
This wertd te Just a stage you see saeSO seeSo HeSo
So Gaya My th the seer seers seers book bookAnd beokAnd taeokAsti
And when we strive trtT to Jtentty ratty b4Ns b bWe bl blW
We W often get th tM hook hookWhy HHICOut lase laseOut
Out lYeet lYeetWhy Vet VetI
Why cant I get My number Alber de demanded de deJmUtded detmtaded ¬
I manded Ute man manLines 10 10I siteElses
I Lines busy replied Ole telephone OIM girl girlIt girlI girlIt
It dont t believe tt ttIts it itIts IttoIt
toIt Its se set Just the same saM Some So cowboys cowboysHave cowbo cowboban oowbsyshave
Have borrowed it to bang S a hen thiefrtth thief thiefwith tJsIeCoftk
with oftk
A Inelcy Lne1 H Ucllite UclliteJ 1lscnpeJane cn e eMJan
MJan J Jane aH I Just dtectuurgea1 cJtechug UM cook cookWhat kWhat ttaoltitfhat
What a rink you ma raa John Shes Shesbeen Shes1M0It ShesTaos
been Taos drinking drtk all a11eU is istteil day dayWell
Well eU I didnt know she r wa wac wacA + as loaded loadedA
A Hare Bird BirdJinks BlrdJIftb BrdJhdta
Jinks is a queer fellow ldlowx fellowWJiy w way
x WJiy ay ty 80 nor norTaft or orMe T THe
Me tens no money and yet he deosett deosettseem deosattseem t ts
seem s to care to abuse those who whoALTERNATING have haveALTERNATING hawALTERNATING
Newt the Ctoe CIIieatII t ea fUcmdumM Aeoodllaaalw1YAITISC fUcmdumMWAITING 11 11rITI
So tew k + r of the wards won ef a parity Hie 1 1We
We ie were sotef to say are aaJIM laid laidAM raidItlto
AM COM tbe tbeyIMa MrowM sale etfeWheM sale1411w
WheM r fcBow wfta MtaMM Mati teaadTo tM MatiTo 4 4To
To the stave 1IIIt 1IIIt1M where thtgr tint Mat aMse aMseWb sirHalflo
Wb lflo 1M crowed the tMs dear we SMW SMWto Iar1dSw
to fcm of oflbe oflbelea the tpleeaill mini Hit thton thtonMaa tttiassKai
lea BNHMC ptataite > to totIM o e is at are + lt sea seaKM dare dareLe
KM crass the MMMH tatrsst that M Miss MissM s sTbe
Tbe M ihadowy adel fceakoM bst edsg lIMe0Mt Oaj OajNatwfch 0Mtlilt Oaaslist
Natwfch lilt willa bet of ofw ofIIOltelellll eoldt fcfc er erWe rdCN rdCNWe
We w amrarar Ti lattwanrr > MnaW sell sellHopeless tsl tslIIopeleM
IIopeleM IIopeleMXo Hopelesso
Xo 0 wailed r atkd the woman she ta e will willPerhaps wfilsatret l lfIorsho
satret fIorsho fior aive JOe JOeP atePalalpe
Perhaps P yon misjudge her replied repliedthe repawtJM rePtiedfire
the man Surely she has > pity in 1 her hercease herI baritreast
itreast itreastBat cease ceaseBut
But I once snubbed UbbeCJ her m ht society 9otAsty51nuinr societySInRiilnr y ySlnJulnr
SInRiilnr Indeed IndeedYour IndeedYour < l luoyour
uoyour Your Uncle t nde ck Thomas te a singular gular gulart man manInnt tatttslsrt
Innt t her issTjar herTea INTNY
NY jar Tea HIT rreer never patented teat anything r that thathe uatbe thatbe
be expected to mwl6e mk a fortune out of ofVot eCot aflot
lot ot Plonncd with Ills tie Unnk UnnkI
I am a a soldier s r of fortune f < tOM he proudly proudlysaid prowttysaid 1y 1ysaid
said when her rather father mildly asked for In Information iRfonnaUon isfotraatfoa ¬
formation pertaining to bin busmees busmeesWell b bWeu bwMeeseen
Well Weu replied the old gentleman entlemaa I Ian Iam Iam
am Inclined to agree with Gen 0 Corbta in inthe InUte fnthe
the opinion that it te unwise for Or offleers offleersbelow 0 otlkeraftebw ieftsbelow
below the rank of captain to marry marryJudging marryJtIdg marryJudglag
Judging from your general appearance aPltctL attce I Ishould 1abould IahouW
should think you were about a second secondcorporal NOOftcorporal scoffedcorporal
corporal in your armyot army armyAot rmy rmyot
Aot ot us He Ixpectcil to Find ItWeil It ItWell ItWeli
Weli Well what do you think of o our coun country COUfttrJ tmmtry ¬
try r asked the prominent citizen citizenIt ctUHaIt dtienIt
It isnt t anything < Nke what I expected expectedR
It to be be dont you know replied r the theKngitehman UteJhlllMman titsliagaiahttran
Kngitehman I have Melt over herefour here herefour beretour
four days eta and nobody y has threatened te torho0t teshoot teIiItIoot
shoot me unless I stepped up to a bar barand Jaralld barsad
and drank with him himToo himToo himToo
Too Mnny Jlnll Hoot HootHamfat HootllHamt IlnotsIiamfat
Hamfat didnt seem to have much ueta suc success sue sueee etreeue ¬
cess in Uthat that Scotch Seo h part you gave ft him to tophgr toNo
phgr phgrNo
No replied the manager ser he was washooted wasotecI wasbooted
hooted on 0 the stage the first night nightWhy JaiJbth eightiihl
Why h Gtrle Girl Mnrry MnrryPack Inrr Sfnrr1ada InrrlMtI
Pack Cable ab to w > Jew rr Yak Y k SM SMA s slreneh SppA
A French statistician asked ninetyftva sleetytreegicb ninetyftvagirte neqIt neqItI
girte I between eesa fifteen and seventeen years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old why hY they wished wlllbec to marry Five Fivereplied Ftvor8pl1d Fivereplied
replied in order to be able to go out outalone outaloRe outarose
alone ten In m order to amuse e themselves tbelseelvesAve themselvesfive tbeHMel tbeHMelAve
Ave so that they could travel and seven sevenbecause Hvenbecauee sevenltecanae
because they wanted aJltecl to own their own ownhomes ownhontea ownbotnea
homes Sixtyone e were unable to specify specifytheir speclttheir specifytbetr
their reasons retsor 80ns three did not a wish sh to getmarried get getmarried getmarrted
married four wanted to marry for thesake the thesake theke
sake ke of a future family None suggested suggestedlove 8Usseat 8Usseatlove suggestedbve
love as a motive for matrimony Doubtless Doubt Doubtless Doubtlea ¬
less many man of them the were too shy to do so1tclons so soVIclnuN soYlelonH
VIclnuN Circle of SnliNldy 5nbeltlyha SnliNldyVnm Sulehl Sulehlrrra
Vnm ha the New w Yet yMt Kveoiafc r Ioit IoitThe 10Itbe tattThe
The direct and obvtous way te to re remove re reIIIOve renavr ¬
move American shipping from the tariffbntdeaa tariff tariffburdens tarUlburdens
burdens under which hlc it now labors but butof but butot butof
of course this is I the last set thing in the theworld theworld thesrrorid
world the Republican party would R ouid do If Ifshippers Ifhlppers Ifshippers
shippers suffer because the steelmakers steelmakersand steelmakersand steelmakersand
and others have ha ve been granted special s 1al priv privileges prl prllieges prhIteses ¬
lieges at the expense expett e of the public then thenrelieve tbeftrelieve thenrelaae
relieve the shippers by paying Jng them themmoney tMmmoney themmoney
money out of the public treasury By all allmeans nIlmeaBStl allmetalso
means meaBStl so the Presidents argument runs runscomplete runseomplete runscompkte
complete the vicious vlcio circle circleAVomlerH drcle0Iulcr8 dreialiondere
AVomlerH 0Iulcr8 of Advertising AdvertisingFram AdTertJduJIinM AdvcrthingFyert
Fram TktatsNa1r THmta THmtaPair I1t IU IUPair
Pair Vl8ttorSo VteUor So you have really decided decidednot decidednot docJdedtrot
not to sell n your house houseFair houseFair llottseYFair
Fair Hostess HCNlteuYes Yes you see we placed placedthe plftcedthe piecedtbe
the matter in the hands s of an estateasesi estate estateagent estatent
agent nt After reading readl his lovely loftl adver advertisement aqvertlHment a rer reriisement ¬
tisement of our property nllUter n neither lther John Johnnor tOOnnor ohn ohnrtor
nor myself could think of parting ling with withsueh wlUtsuelt wittsueft
sueh a wonderul and perfect per feet home homeB come comeip
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t1 y And it the MORh et f rite stntRtg 8 I1Dir afaaamab
fr m r b illy tiIfI lMI treeriilaa treeriilaax1 tWtI ij ijthe
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x i the r Fa nip la OH tIt > feane feaneT Jea Jeat iettrsth
T r t want to to toTo so home homeTo roueTo
To a Md 1 bate start start1f IItJtthe MB MBAf
Af 1f UM ma slipped llppMTe dress iswmTo dressTa
To 1M W dery iJerJTe bed beddeep bel7b
Te tt deep att nt t tA road roadAnd roaddad
And A a laMtekd laareWAIMI sear searAnd ox oxAwl
Awl the patbt that I kttM4 kttM4I k kI etr etrI
I want to go home boiMW loafs1VNere homeVhete
Vhete W the North 1 wfad na aweetw aweetwThwack fCllS fCllSthe eepeTMrprr
Thwack the MlldRII MlldRIIAMI e tl tl t trees treesAnd s sAnd
And the bare iMOgiM 1IeadAlid eteik eteikAnd araeirAsti
And the Joe lei thtek thllskOa thtekOa tWIko
Oa o the axmataiM Copt topila toJIIla Coptla
la the JiPt t of the BI mI a esa esaI B BI
I wart to no ho rosy rosyTa M I IT4 i iTe
Te a boas hoofe that I Isal tmetr tmetrAad JMIIirAM
sal WB aotR4 feIIII foH feIIIII trim trimIB sit sitIa
IB I the gaw Iew of a Into iwuT IntoTIt ate71s
TIt T some Drab M a a slwif slwifAad aYolf1s1 dr drbtl
Aad seta apMk ltt sad ad tttfag tttfagAM tltt8 tltt8A iftisla iftisladrd
AM A drd ay i yfoea wk N hjr the tItL haarth haarthLtefe itaatfltLteis
Ltefe L axis ftW fa t tB tie Anjorfeam lmtuicane mo ian
Altfcr anti Phil Sheridan SheridanBetween SherltluJIBetween SheridanBetween
Between the late Senator Sahat r Puseell A AAlger A AI AAlger
I Alger and Gen OenPhll Phil Sheridan there was wasa WIUIa mossa
a alos close bond of friendship rlendshlpwhleh which begin beginning bilglnnlng besinning ¬
ning before the civil war lasted to the thedeath tbeI tbed8Qth thedMlth
death of tht th tbfil + dashing d shtng Union cavalryman cavalrymanIt
i It was largely through Alger8 Influence Influentsthat Influencethat In UeftM UeftMthat
that Sheridan was detailed from his lowerrank lower lowerrank lowerrank
rank rank In the regular army to the lieutenant lieutenantcolonelcy lieutenantcolonoloy lieutenantoolonolay
colonelcy of the Second Michigan Caval Cavalry Cavalrr Cavair ¬
ry rr r + in n which Alger AJ er started AJ as a captainI captain captainLast altalnIdlst
Last I st Tuesday afternoon Gen Alger Al er metSenator met metSenator metSC
Senator SC ator Du Pont Pont of Delaware Delaware and ColDan Col ColDan ColDn
Dan Ransdell Sergeant Srgea1 Sergea atarma of the theSenate th thI theSonata
I Senate both old soldle soldiers in the Republi Republican Republican Repubtiean ¬
can cloak room of the Senate and told toldthem toldthem toldthant
them how he had secured Sheridans pro ptomotion promotion premotion ¬
motion motion as colonel of the regiment This Thiscommand Tblsoemmtlnd Titlecommend
command gave Sheridan the opportunity opportunityto opp rtunltY rtunltYI
I to display his genius as a soldier and andfrom andI andfrom
I from that time on his rise was as rapid rapidSenator rpldi rapidSenator
Senator Alger AI er related with pride the part parthe parthe parthe
he Had taken in pushing Sheridan up and andspoke andspoke andspoke
spoke with deep affection of the famous famoussoldier famouasoldier famoussoldier
soldier The Senator went from the t e Rpublican R Rpublican Rft Rftpublleen
publican cloak room to biB carriage to be bedriven bedriOII bedriven
driven home and that was bra hut visit rfeftt0 visitto vlsttI vlsttto
to the SenateIt Senate SenateIt SenateIt
It was fecalied ecaUed yesterday by severalRepebllcsn several severalRepublican rat ratRepulllcan
Republican Senators conversant coaaer tnt with withmany 11tbnMtKY withmarry
many of the details of the cause of Gen GenAlgers GenAlgers GanAlgera
Algers quitting the Cabinet of President PresidentMcKinley PrNldentMeKlnley President1IclOnley
McKinley that hat with the exception offormer of offormer offormer
former Attorney General John W Grigss Griggsall Grigssall GrlSPaU
all of the men involved in btthat that transaction transactionare
are dead Gen Alger being the last to die dieThey dieThey dkThat
They were re President McKinley Mark MarkHanna larkHannar harkHanna
Hanna Hazen S S Pingree Vice President PresidentHobart PretddentHobart PreaWentIlebart
Hobart and James McMillan whoie seatla seat seatin teatIII
in the Senate Gen Alger wanted While Whilefactional Whilefftetional ilhilefactional
factional poll poIIU p011tica tic in Michigan played apart a apart 8JMtrt
part in n bringing about the estrangement eetransemeatbetween estrangementbetween Mtnm emMlt emMlttletween
between McKinley rK1ntu and tiger I er it t te s known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that causes much more powerful than this thiscontributed thisCOtltrllMtled thiseontriDated
contributed to it It Gen Alger was the thevictim th thtied theMctitn
victim tied of on OM of those secret poiltlco poiltlcobtMtnesa poIltkobuM AdtticobaNnes
btMtnesa buM conspiracies which seldom HIdo are arepvbHcly areIMIb arepabucly
pvbHcly IMIb eI exploited and which the public publicwould puDlleOld pubncrroald
would Old not be able to understand UNl If they theyshould theyMould theyabonld
should be told toldHearing toldlIearlnl toldltearin
Hearing ltearin t tA from the Country CountryA Conntr ConntrIAr5e
A large boot of statesmen tat at the House Houseend HOUNof Housecad
end of the Capitol are shakto a in I their theirboots theirboots tMdrhoots
boots err OY the passage ge of the salaryin salaryincrease salarylatcrraae ¬
crease bill 1 They are banning 1w te t hear hearfrom bMtr hearfrog
from their districts cll tr1cUi Telegrams and let letters Jett kttars ¬
tars t are pouring in I upon them themrb And Andnearly Arylaearlr
nearly rb every one of these missives v bears bea a aertUel8m atxlticWrt a acritleten
critleten more or less indignantly expressed ex expressed exprMlled ¬
pressed Generally speaking the met metropolitan JDetropoUtaft sletropolltsn ¬
ropolitan press has approved both the themeacmre thethe thettta
ttta meacmre rs and the unusual methods nte resort resorted reeoribd ¬
ed to te pat it through h but this lb approval approvalseams approvala approval8eantt
seams as a yet to have had no influence on onthe ontile oatM
the minds of the voters especially e those thosem tbolteIe thosem
m Ie m the rural districts As a rule na the coun country country coantry ¬
try papers are severely rely condemning the themeasure theuN thetrsarure
measure and denouncing It as anothersalarygraba another anothersalarygrab anotherlrab
salarygrab lrab a term of reproach that thatcause tJaatca thateauees
eauees cause ca a creepy feeling feel to come over overscores oerxorea eertteorer
scores of statesmen El8men who have for r rhosed years yearshoard 7e1Lrs 7e1LrsManI
hoard their tlaei const eoMUtutenu Ru tents discuss this sub subJeet Dbjeet eabj
Jeet j The Democratic lemIoc rat States aeeih m to be beharder ber betttudrr
harder r on their Congressmen C Coast + cewnea n than are tb tbRepublican the theKepuDUean thelilaAaislican
Republican States and by this th token it ItJIG1 te tenow krww
now generally Uy thought tho t that the salary in increase tner iserease
crease win R + la cut quite a flame In the next nextCongressional Jtextr nextaattareaabaltl
Congressional r 1 campaign Luckily torsvorpbody tor foreverybody torconcerned
everybody concerned the bill was posed pssifdwithout PMMdwUbeut posedriiheat
without a roll call and was at first tiehated de defeated de deteated ¬
hated on a roll call Thus Th every enr states statesman atttesaata u uwho ¬
man who voted against it can be able to toshow 10ow tonhoM
show by the record what b be did cUd white whitenumerous willienftIOU whileawnetdes
numerous of those who stood op and were werecounted wereCOlla wirettottntsd
counted COlla for the bill the other day cia cannot cannotbe CMIUIetbe oprrwtbe
be convicted at home of having done M MClmiiKeil feChnnscd
ClmiiKeil the Lrnr to Salt SaltThere SultThere I
There te a law w In Alabama requiring requiringsuccessful regaldrgsttooewtul i iul
successful ul candidates for United States StatesSenator Stat Statentiedtttot I
Senator to appear a1 r In person before 1 the thelegislature uJesllllattire fleelegblature
legislature aDd accept the office Until Untilthf Undltilt UnWthA
tilt eekction the other day of tIN vt ntCraa vtenui ftteNa
enui Senator aaior John Jo T Morgan this law lawhas Jawbeea fewboa
has been rigidly observed obMrT obsor red and Its ob observance eb ebervaACe ebaervsace ¬
servance has led to a great outpouring outpouringof tpoarla5 tpoarla5oC
of the people to witness the Interesting Interestingproceeding IDte laterextirtgg 1
proceeding procug g and listen to the eto usrivr usrivrSenator n r rSauttor f fSeaatDr
Senator Morgan did not go to Montgom Montgomery XonL80IDrr Jtloatsomery ¬
ery rr this week w to st accept > Drpt reelection in the theold theold theold
old way and thank the legislature for forthe forthe fortJte
the honor Ac He would have gladly fjiedlydone gladl gladldone gladlyBona
done so had the condition of tilts beatth beatthnot healthnot health healthnot
not caused his physician I to advise against againstthe againstthe pttthe
the travel When 1 ben the legislature ture learned learnedof 1eanae4ot learnedof
of the state of things 1t R promptly and andunanimously andWlJdmoUlll andaaanimoualy
unanimously adopted a Joint f oast resolution ttieolutlonsattpsndlns resolutionsuspending lWIOldonuependlag
suspending the odd old law to suit the theconvenience theCOIIV theoonvenieacs
convenience COIIV of Alabamas Ala great at + eat Senator SenatorThis SeDatorTIahI SetsttorThk
This was done without a request t beingmade being beingmade bel belmade
made by the Senator SenatorIn SellAtOrIn SenatorIn
In the absence of Senator Morgan the theother tMotbel theother
other day during durt tile discusskm of the thesalaryincrease thealarbaeNue firesakryhtee
sakryhtee salaryincrease eue bill bill Ida venerable col colleague eoI1ee tmllague ¬
league 1ee Gen Pettua who bo supported the themeasure there theraeaaare
measure re paid a simple but eloquent triltate tri tribute trtMne ¬
bute to him I He Ie > ploated J to Senator Mor Morgan Morga 1lorgia ¬
gan as an example of tbe need of higher bashertsotrpeustttfoa highercompensation hlperCOIBJWIIIfMUoa
compensation for the national natloaalla1JDken natloaalla1JDkenreclttD lawmakers lawmakersreciting larspltkerartdthlg
reciting reclttD briefly the hard work OCk done by byhte bycoUeague byids
ids colleague in bin thirty years devotion devotionto deuonto
to the public service My y colleague ooileaguestrati colleaguesaid cou cousaid
said Senator Pettua PU in a voice trembling tremblingwfth tremblbig1lh trembndguth
wfth 1lh emotion could have amassed afortune a afortune afortllne
fortune at t the bar had he preferrred that thatto thatto thatto
to serving his people and the country I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have known him sixty years We have havelived baveItwd NavalivM
lived as friends and neighbors Del bGrs for that thatlength thatIn thatlength
length In th of time in n the same village e He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was making 1i009 15090 a year r when hen he came cameto cameto cameto
to the Senate You all know how bo hard he hehas hehas behas
has worked here and that be has 6u bad no noturn notlm notlrtr
turn tlm to earn money His financial condi condition condition rnrtdltion ¬
tion te now no Just about what it was w when whenhe whenhe aheahe
he entered theSenate the Senate thirty years agoThe ago agoThe asoThe
The people of Alabama know he te poorand poor poorand poorand
and they are proud of o him for it itMr It ItIr itJir
Mr Ir Hale and Lobbyist LobbyistSenator Iohh INhf INhfS8RIltOl inteSenator
Senator Hates slashing in assault yester yesterday yesterday yeaterdar ¬
day on navy officers for exerting ertUtg personal personalInfluence penonalInJluenee personalInfluence
Influence in favor of the th passage of the thepending thepencttns thepeadlns
pending personnel nonnet bit bill was not a surprise surprlgto urpris tf tfto Wto
to persons O who R 00 know kno how heartily be te do dotests d dtests dtests
tests lobbyists and every form of lobbying lobbyingNo lobbyingNo bbbyingo
No o member of Congress CO reM has he a more thor thorough thorr thorrough theough
ough contempt tbstemptof of that sort It of thing than thanhas thAnbq thtuihas
has the statesman man from Maine He so sodreads 80dreads eodrdlds
dreads co contact tact with lobbyist that tb t herarely he herarely herarely
rarely ever v responds te a card sent to his htedesk hisdak blsdesk
desk at the request of a visitor vt while the theSenate theSe theSleaate
Senate Se te is I In session for fear the visitor rfeitordeeres visitordesires vklttorclestreli
desires to ask him about pending or pro proposed rOIJOHCI proposed ¬
posed tegteiaUon tegteiaUonAs ssasl JesishitbpAs tton ttonAt
As chairman for many years of the theCommittee t tCOUml thrCaamttlse
Committee COUml H on Naval Affairs he has been beenbrought beeubrought DeanDrought
brought intotntlnucte into intimate contact with navy avyolneen navyofficers navyoAlcers
officers and te s on terms sf cordiality with withnearly mortarnearly 1th 1thneatrly
nearly all of them stationed in Washing Washington Waebln Waeblnton Vaehingtan ¬
ton But he insists that their relations relationswhen retatiolWwhen relationswhen
when he meets them outside of his com committee contmtttee m mmitt ¬
mittee mitt room shall be strictly social It Itwas Itras
was 86 stated yesterday ye terda by another member memberof fnentbecof
of the Naval Affairs Committee that Mr MrHale lrBale 31rIlak
Hale intends to press his h resolution resolutionthrough reaolutlonthrough resolutionUlroagh
through and see to it that the Navy De Department De DepIIrtmeat Department ¬
partment reports to the Senate the name nameof nameDf nameof
of every officer who has attempted to tobring t tbrtng tbDying
bring Influence to bear upon the members membersof
of Congress in favor of tbe personnel bill billMoreover blliilore bill1lorepver
Moreover ilore ver it was as said by the same au aathority autlHrlly authorny
thorny that when wh n these names are re reported re repertoo repttriait
ported the Senator from Maine Ialne will follow followthe Collowtlte followthe
the case to the end and insist upon uP ft a arigid arlgldl arlgidE
rigid enforcement of the Executive orders ordersagainst ordelSgllJnst orderssgalnst
against army and navy olHcers oUIeenpersoMlIr oUIeenpersoMlIrIMUtlelpating personalty personaltyparticipating personaltyparticipating
participating in efforts to influence legisla lelt Iesfalation legislation la latlon ¬
tion If Mr Hale carries out his threat threatJt thrtJt threatIt
Jt wBl 81 doubtless result in some sensationaldavolopments sensational sensationaldevelopments MnatlonaldQvolopments
developments and probably probf Jl may lead to tothe tothe tothe
the resignation reslgna tion of several officers from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the navy
The Difference DifferencePM Dlfterellcep DifYereneeIrnat
PM p the Dvlwit Fn Pre Irm 1rrazT1tta IrmThis lrlThis
This new pure food law has made a big bigdlffurenco btdlttlr S Sdlttoremo
dlffurenco dlttlr e in our house houeaI3anso hoURHim houser
r I3anso I3ansoZttoH His Him w so so soell ° s sWell
Well ell wo 0 used to eat canned goods goodsUeITct1 attd attdtore A Athrow
throw UeITct1 tore away fbtl + ay the kUMrie htbel naweve now w we raid d dllJI41 the theifRbpU tlwjttheifikitu
jttheifikitu ifRbpU > l threw fhrtwy tnyy tfe the tnanntd armtedg stimed gtons 6fi ds
Wliat Southern Senators Have Done Donein DoneIn Donen
in n Helping It Along AlongProm AlongPram alongbras
Prom the CkatUnooga Tara TlmeeWhen Ttm TtmVhen TaraNben
When we reflect on the support South Southern Southern Southern ¬
ern Senators have been giving recently to torailroad toratlroad torailroad
railroad rate bills pure ure food bills bUl c all allof nilof nliof
of which propose to accomplish a things thingsStates thingsStatetl thingsStates
States themselves have not at least done donoin doneIn donein
in the past we must be somewhat startled startledat startledat startledat
at the progress the extension of Federal Federalpower FedOralpower Federalpower
power has made within say a quarter of ofa otII ofa
a century Secretary Root racentlpwarned recently recentlywarned rec ntly ntlyWArned
warned the States of certain things they theywould theywould theywould
would have to p do If they did not wan wane > tosee to toaee
see 5 the people go trooping off to Wash Washington iVashfngton VashInston ¬
ington to get relief and llnd1t It might be well wellfor wontor wallCor
for our State leaders to spend some of the thetime theUm thetime
time Um between now and the next Presiden Presidential Presf4enUal PreslQ en enttal ¬
tial election studying ways and means to tobring tobring tobring
bring the masses back to a greater re reliance reliance relfance ¬
liance and dependence upon the State forpratectlon for forprotection forproteetlon
protection protectionFor proteetlonFor pratectlonFor
For instance la It not altogether likely likelythat IIkeJythat likelythat
that the Southern Senators voted against agairretthe againstthe agalnatthe
the Bacon amendment for the reason that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the were conscious of the fact ra t that If the theFederal theFedeml theBederal
Federal government did not regulate the therailroads thera1JrOtLds therailroads
railroads within the State the t e Statestkemsetnes States Statesthemselves Statesthemselves
themselves would not do It t In othar otharwords oth othurwords r rwords
words the idea prevails that the corpora corporations tz + rpora rporadons rporatiosa ¬
dons especially the railroads ratlrea control controlState controlState eonireiState
State legislatures an idea Id unfortunately unfortttruttetyborne unfortunatelyborne unfortunatelybomo
borne out by the fact Aet that legislatures do donot donot donot
not attempt to control railroadsNEW railroads railroadsNEW ratlroadLNEW
Remarkable Effort of a Corporation Corporationto
to Evade L ltde 80cent Lnsvaw Law LawN Ln1TNew
New N aw w York Dispatch to IbHadcipbfai 1ItHadel Ledger LedprcUnder LedgerUnder IrUnclep
Under the arrangement made by the theConsolidated tbeConfolldated ibeCotwoldttted
Consolidated Confolldated Gas G Gas Company when the thecent theceni l leant
cent ceni gas law Jaws was enacted bills were ren rendered rendred rendered ¬
dered at the old rate of SL 1 Pending a dedibp de decision de deton ¬
cision ton on the legality of the act 1 80 perrant per parcent percent
cent of the amount collected from con eonaamera consumers nme ¬
sumers me te deposited in the United States StatesDistrict StatuDItrlet StatesDbtrict
District Court These deposits now nowamount 1I0Wamount nowamount
amount to to1f1t4411A 191441713 and are increasingat increasing
at the rate of 90MOO a month To keep keeptrack keeptrek keeptrack
track of o the vast number of rebates the theSM thoIN rholas
SM company has Ita organized a special corpsof corps corpsof co coof
of clerks who work night and day on sep separate separate separate ¬
arate sets of books booksThe booksTIM hooksThe
The real trouble will not come unless unlessthe unleMthe unknsthe
the court decides against the company companyand oompILnand CatnltAysad
and the money man has to be returned to cus customers cust cuetomera ¬
tomers t The smaller ones are oo constantly constantlymoving COnetaDtI COnetaDtIaov1ng stasttly stasttlyntovtug
moving about others go to Europe Europeothers Eur Earepeothers pe peothers
others out West It is almost impossible impossibleto Imp eStbfe eStbfeta
to keep track of them There will 111 un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly be many who can never be befound betoUlid befound
found and whose money will ultimately ultimatelyBO ulUmatelrInto
BO 0 into some fund In escrow laCroSiSTINGY escrowSTINGY crowSTINGY
How n Ircncher r Relinked R llnle1 Tho Those e WJio WJioContributed oContrlbnted o oContributed
Contributed IznnieeNrou Pennies PennieslHMa lennleJiltIw
lHMa the KaawM Cky JoonwL JottrhatDr JoonwLDr JoanaalDr
Dr Munhall recently closed ed asac asaccenital a sue sueeeasful sueccul
eeasful religious cmpaign cmp lgn in n Emporia EntporJaA
1 A great many y pennies had been put in inthe Inthe Inthe
the offering and his attention was wascatted wascalled wagcaned
called to Lids One night he held up a asilver asllvfr asilver
silver dollar and a copper penny JHIIUI sadgave and andgave IUNlga
gave ga ve a conversation hew by the two twocoins twoIOtn twoeoJnB
coins IOtnYou
You poor little aed ed cent you you youdont youoat youdont
dont oat amount to anything anythhag Fd hate toba to tobe tobe
be you said Id the big dollar dollarI
1 I know Im r not very big lSr replied repliedthe repUedthe repliedthe
the cent but the children like me and andI
I can buy a good many things thingsHuh thlngHah thtaKSRah
Huh you 011 cant buy anything at atall taU atail
all said the M dollar Just look at me mebig meI metrig
big I and bright and shiny shin I can bvy bvya Y Ya
a whole lot more than you can canMaybe canabe turnlaybe
Maybe abe so said tbe little red centmeekly cent centmeekly centMeekly
meekly but I go to church a heap heapoftener heapoftener heapoftener
oftener than you do anyway anywayLIVING anywayLIVING anywayLIVING
Striking Exnmplci 1 of the Vnlne nlue of ofXntlonal ofXntlonl11 o ontfnnul
Xntlonal Dlnnrmnment Dlnnrmnmenti nhmrmnmentPie
i Pie 1Rre am the Chfee CIdDIt8 CIdDIt8A4cblng CtaoaWe CtaoaWeAddreesing dtcgfdeAddrewing
Addreesing the Canadian Club at ahtnrhoa a aluwiHKm ahuWItfIoa
luwiHKm in n Ottawa OU Secretary RoSt R t directed di directed d5ted ¬
rected ted attention to the fact that forninety for forninety forn1Dety
ninety years under a simple exchange of ofnotes otnot ofnotes
notes not limiting the armament of the two twocountries twocouatrles two twocouatrles
couatrles in terms t nns which hleh have becomeantiquated become becomeantiquated beeoateudquated
antiquated examples of naval literature Ilteratnretrro literaturetwo literaturetO
two Mvton ton boats with w 1Ut th single ISpound can cannon caJInonwe canno ¬
non nonwe no we have been living on either side of ofthte ofthis ofthis
this M 1 iBQ miles of boundary boandstrJrwltb with no morefear more morefear IDOl IDOlt
fear t or thought of hostilities than if TO TOwere 118were rtemere
were the same people peopleThte peopleThis peopleThla
This shews what it is easily ea iy possible to todo todo todo
do in the way of disarmament whenaeishboring when whenneighboring wbcAbortn
neighboring bortn countries are disposed po to t4dwell todwell todwell
dwell together to ether in peace And a like fact factmay factmay factmar
may be cited on the Mexican frontier frontierWhat frontierWbat frantkrWbai
What he pointed out te Is as Mr Root saida said
a sftat Mt fact hi history and a great fact factof factof factof
of potential import for the future futureBrlnKfnpr futurerlnJlng iatnreBrlnfing
BrlnKfnpr in the Boers onrs Head HeadTnm IIcndFIe HeadFro
FIe Fro the London Tribune TribuneThe TriIIaDIanclent TribaeeTb
The Tb ancient ceremony of a bringing in the theboar theboar theboars
boars boar bead attracted a large gathering gatheringto
to the hall of Queens College Oxford on onChristmas onChrl onChrlatrnas
Christmas trnu Day The head weighed slxty slxtypeven slxtyeVen slxtyreven
eVen pounds and was crowned and be bedecked bedecked laedecked ¬
decked with r lth bays and rosemary The call callto callto callto
to dinner was given gh + en by the th sound und of oftrumpet o a atrumpet atrumpet
trumpet fa a custom cuatomcoevalwith coeval coeval11th with the founda foundation foundatjon foundsfloe ¬
floe and the boars head on a massive massivesliver masst8sllvtt massirapurer
sliver dish dl h was borne by servitors of the thecollege UteeeUege therenege
college from the kitchen the visitorsatandtng visitors visitorsstanding vi itors itorsstanding
standing on either side and leaving an anopen anopen auopen
open space in the center of the hall for forthe IDrthe forthe
the procession processionLoprlcnl proces to1 to1Ioglenl
9 9Logical
Logical English
r fProm rIJle rihv
Prom ihv + u Life LifeI IJleI LlteI
I paused to talk to a fishmonger Fish Fishmonger Flshmonger Fishmonger ¬
monger said I pleasantly why do youS you youfiahtnong OU OUftsItmongT
fiahtnong fiahtnongHe ftsItmongTHe S tntong tntongIia
He answered with a cordial coni 1 smile fle I Ifiehntort IbecaWe Itlsbmottg
tlsbmottg fiehntort because my m father fishmong be before be bef8re befbre ¬
fore meAnd me meAnd 1MAnd
And And have ha rats 6 you been Jtefcmonging longT long longI
I uRtMl s kati dd further furtherYeswas furtberloswas further1os
Yeswas 1os tir ss the reply I flare ftshmong ftshmongYou AabmongiseveR flsbsxangf
f lr iseveR seven years ean come 1tUehaelllNUl 1tUehaelllNUltyou llichaefmtsFeu
tyou You are a worthy fisbntoper fishmonger I re rehgpdnfled re reptindld repduded
hgpdnfled ° and Im sure you always mong mongI mo mongrite g gth
I the best of Ash AshHokc fishI101 AshIIolc
Hokc I101 e Smiths Smiths Grant Rcnnnclntion RcnnnclntionProm RennneintionFroM RcnnnclntionIhaett
Prom a Speech br Geetgias Gwemor GM eraor alactI elect electI
I expect to spend the rest of my m life lit in instudying Instudying instudying
studying the problems which eoncanji the theState theStlLte theStain
State and the South and in writing and andtalking andtalking andtal6
tal6 talking ing about them When hen I ran for gov governor governor g v vernor ¬
ernor last act year ear I decided definitely deftnlte1 to giveup give giveup glv glvup
up working for money mone and to devote the theremainder theremalndpr theremainder
remainder of o my m life to working out these theseproblems tlTeseproblems tlleseproblems
problems for Georgia and the South SouthHut Southnut SouthIle
Hut Ile TImt AVonlil ronI < 1 Disturb the Tariff TariffFrom TnrlftFraM TarIRThou
From the New X ev York World WorldIs worWIii 1YoddIa
Is Mr Roosevelt Roo evelt < sure that the flrst prep prepin at tep tepin p pin
in the direction of an adequate ship shipsubsidy shipsubsidy shipsubsidy
subsidy does not lie in a revision of the theDlngley theDIn theAtnsiey
Dlngley DIn le3 schedules schedulesUnclcr seltedul seltedulUlulerHtnndnltle schedulesUntlcretnndnblc
Unclcr UlulerHtnndnltle lnndnl lc at Leant LcnatFran LeantPNMM Leuetl1JWR
Fran the Ittokmoud It TJweaDta ntdL ntdLstm etth etthSttli kfc kfcStill
Still it te g a great deal deaL better to tobave base bav anuawrlttan an anunwritten anunrflltm
unwritten law or so thAn it would n + euld uld bo to tohave toM6 toDave
have a few of them writtsnwby wrlt wrlttstisYby f 4Y Mr Henry HanryJames HenryJRlItetJ HenryJarnep
James 1 1Stron
Strong Stron Competition CompetitionPtam CnmlJctiihinPmI
Ptam tbe the CfeTttaml Lead LeadAfter 1 1After TsalrrAfter
After all allnothittg nothing nothin lees effacttfe than a acarload acarlOlld acarload
carload of blasting powder has any bus business busirteee
iness s trying to compete e mpete with 1th the block blocksignal blooksignal blocksignal
signal system systemAnother sy systemAuoihcr tem temAnother
Another DI Dhlelmrge clmrfe Without lthout Honor HonorF HonorPJ HonorNtar
PJ F > the Charleston c Xewe ews ami Coarkr CoarkrThe Cerltrrite CeprtarTDe
The Senate Monday seems to have blt dis discharged dlsdlarged discharged
charged Mr Tlliman from the Browns Fsmwnsrills Bnownsvflle BrownsfIle
fIle debate without honor honorA
A V Timid Stntcwmnn StntcwmnnVM
To tyre for ferWIM par par14aa
VM anadrtuR to Ms htiIhIt ated atedD tnlpdIlpt
D IhIt t ll w1HlK e hell Ott t k anyway tttidrtatIII anywaylie Wa1JI
lie JI foist > to o feel taafeaed ratltredIktTadellitfa
IktTadellitfa Ihiladd Lt vadger ger
i Though ho Is s one of the most courte dterteoua courteous courteous ¬
ous men cn m in the world former Gov Her Herrlclc Herrte1e I3arrlck
rlclc of Ohio knows how ow to rebuke hn 1rnpertonce hnpertionce SInI
pertionce p rtlonce and I shall never forget howho how howhe howhe
I he called down a fellow for hit impu iatpctdense impudence tmpudene ¬
dense said Mr W B Hobson Hob on of Cin Clnclnnati Cincinnati CInelnnati ¬
cinnati at the Shoreham ShorehamThe a
J JThe 1 1T1te
The man who WU was an absolute abIoh te stranger strangerto II
to the governor walked Into the execu executive executive exeeutive ¬
tive office and a sent 1 IA Me card enI which whichbore wdchbore vohebbore
bore the name natne of one of the chining g lights lightswho IIPtswho Itgittswho
who are trying to make out every public llllbilcman pabiicman publicman
man in n the Union a x villain V la1n In the pagesof pages pagesof ge geot
of alleged reform magazines maga3J Thte Indi Individual 111II1Yklual Irdirldual ¬
vidual was kindly received reedy and hardly hardlybefore 1IanIlybMore hardlybefore
before the exchange of a word bterted btertedout blttrtedout biartedout
out I have come to ask you to left m mwho JIM JIMwho paswho
who IK the real governor of Onto OntoWoll OhioWoll J JNola
Woll sir repHed Gov Herrick I can canInform eanInarm cartInform
Inform you that I am the tlte real toratnorlong governor governorlong gemorlong
long enough te point i olnt yo 3 to t the door and andthe a1Idthe sadthe
the gesture gQ wre accompanying aooanpaa tg ft was em emphatic 1phfttlc emphatic ¬
phatic The next teene of the magazine ga ofsource of ofcourse ot001r8
course contained a scathing attack on onHorrtek onHorrtck onHerrick
Herrick HorrtekThe HorrtckThe HerrickThe
The sad tidings of the death of HonC Hon HonC BonC
C P Redmond were conveyed coavq to a cable cablegram cablegram tablegram ¬
gram from rota Cairo Cah + o Egypt mat evening g to toMr toIr to31r
Mr Ir R S S Ryan his brotherinlaw for former tormer former ¬
mer Delegatsfrom Dalegate from Alaska who te Mopping Moppingat Mopplnat atoApirtgat
at the New aw WHIard TN Th message was wassent wuHftt Maesent
sent by the brother of the Oeceased John JohnB JehnE JohnE
E Redmond the wellknown + n leader 1 1the ot ottbe t tthe
the Iriah party C P Redmond wa was one oneof ODeor oneof
of the they leading newspaper n men of hi hicountry his hllcouRtrr hiso0uatry
country having g succeeded his father as asproprietor asproprietor asproprietor
proprietor of the Waterfowl aterton Daily DailyEvening DallyEwnlag IJttilyEveafsg
Evening Naet Newt N + a Two years 8 age he vmttd vmttdWaahington t tWa tadlYaabMgtoa
Waahington Wa l gton and urea cordially received receivedby I Iby rlay
by President Roosevelt Roo enlt He wa was a genUeman gen gentleman genUeman ¬
Ueman of very high literary ahOby a agraphic agraplale agraphic
graphic writer wrI and always y a aealoua za and andpowerful Utipowertul andpowerful
powerful advocate e of the rtejhfe rl of the theIrish theIrish theIrfbth
Irish people peopleIt IJpIeIt
It is understood that owing o rhrs to the greatpersonal great greatpersonal gtJHrMHtal
personal popularity and prwnteenee l mIll rr ofto of ofthe ofthe
the deceased deceltaedfuneral he win receive receI a national nationalfuneral 1 1funeral
funeral in which hJeIa case Mr f Ry Jtpa R > u hopes hopesto
to be able to attend attendThe Dd DdThe f fTho
The abuses buH8 of the tipping ti system have basereached havereached ve verehed
reached a iea length I > sth th that te tmdoubtedly ob obnoxious ob obnoxJow obnoxious ¬
noxious to Ui t public js + rblic said Mr W H HWarbnrton HWarburton Hilarbnrton
Warbnrton pr proprietor oprku > f of one of f New NewYork NewTorka ew ewYorks
Yorks York modern hotels at t the Rtggs PBouR PBouRIn House HouseIn ReuseIa
In Missouri a law has been passed passedmaking paseedmaking edmaklns
making tipping an ot offense e but there is islittle Islittle klittle
little danger of its enforc eDf ertorceatatt nent t After Aftergiving Aftergtylng Aftergiving
giving the matter a a good deal of thought thoughtI
I believe I have hit upon a plan of abol abolishing abolJ ¬ i ifelting
felting J the practice so far as My OWl es establishment etabUehnteDt eetabnhraent ¬
tablishment is eoneemed I have about aboutcome aboutcome aboutDame
come to > the conclusion eoDd that instead of ofhaving o obavtnt oftaring
having the patrons of my boos btra tip thexltetr the thewaiter theAte
waiter Ate xltetr I will do the tipAt tipping t myself My Myplan lyptan layplan
plan te to give them S per cent t of etC the thegroos theglUlB thegtroae
groos amount called for in the checks of ofthe ofUte 1 1the
the customers and to ptvhi prohJMt > tk them tak taking takIng taking ¬
ing tips from patrons under Her pah of bcstant in instant Instant ¬
stant dismissal dismissalThe dhmieealThe aJ aJThe
The plan may not prove a 1 < success but butIt butIt betIt
It is worth trying Every waiter who whoknows whoka whoknows
knows ka ws that his tip te to be regulated by bythe bythe bythe
the the amount of the guests uat bfU will hustle hustleto bueto bastteto
to get as large arse an order as a < possible seeklag mak making makIa ¬
lag Ia his interests and that of the proprie proprietor JIOPrietor ptropetetor ¬
tor identical I should think ateo that the thenovelty then theneeneitr
novelty n of eating stJn in a flrstciaas place placewhere plactw
1 1whore
where w lere the tipping nuisance does not exist existwould existwotaki existwould
would prove attractive to the public pabik1iber publicWhen pubUeW1leta
When it cornea to goodpaying pocI proper properdee JINPttU A Atler
dee U mterurbaa electric railways raII arearway are areaway
1 away up at the top of the Hat 1t8t remarked remarkedCol resttrltedCol ed edCol
Col Fred A A Beau BeaD Bea of Fort Worth Teztt Tex TexI Iexat
I at the Raleigh CoL Beall represents representsEastern Jellft repsertntsBaetan 11tsBaM
Eastern capitalists who made mtervrban mtervrbaninvestments blterWbants Irtrtarbanberreatmeats
investments ts in n 1MK amounting to severalrsWbpe several severalminions veralJIdUIoas
minions of dollars donarnTbs dollarsThe doI1arLn
n The demand for the construction eoaatrot of ofnew ofDltW ofHarr
new ttnae continues cpatJa and dudagIM during > be pres preseat prest lltreselrt
eat t yf Yfar r there will be a large increase of ofmileage ornalse ofrsikage
mileage In a few days work will begin beginon beK1non beslinon
on the new M line between Gedrtston and andHouston andHouatoa andHourtoa
Houston and there Is I no doubt tt ItWll1 wW paybattdsotsely pay payhandsomely payha
handsomely ha When an electric road was wasbuilt wasbuilt wasbtrui
built connecting Fort Worth with Dallas Dallasthirty DallastIairtytW1P Dallasthirtytaw
thirty tIairtytW1P two miles distant I was Maa skeptical skepticalabout Ibptlealabout alaepticalabout
about its success at ant S > hst Jttsdttase ut cause of the theexistence thex1litence theexistence
existence of several parallel lines ofyttwt of ofsteam ofroacIa
steam + t roads but my fears wen ill illfounded 111foaDded iIfotaoded
founded sad the project has been a big bigsuccess big5uece85 hissttcceas
success successThis 5uece85This sttcceasThis
This summer an ames trolley line H WIll w be besunniilsdtirls be begtm bealttng
gtm sunniilsdtirls paiting alttng St Joseph and Kansas City Cityand Clt Cltao4 Cityand
and Kansas u City and Topeka There Thereought Thereought Theraought
ought ought to I t be a dOlleD interurftans lnt con constructed cooMruet canptruckd ¬
structed Mruet I iut ut of Washington Was b bconnect oa that would wouldconnect wouldeoDHet
connect the National Capital wtch all the theprominent theprombtent thepromlaent
prominent towns in Maryland and Vir Virginia Virginia Ir Irstaia ¬
ginia within a radius of fifty 4ftyIf miles milesIf snnearf
If rf I were asked to name the threeawn three threemen threeMeA
men who appear the strongest and most mostavailable mostIIvaJ1able moataraiiabk
available Presidential candidate can I would wouldsay 1OUldsay wouldsay
say that they are In in the order of theirstrepgtW their theirstrength tbeirstrength
strength Col Roceevelt velt Secretary Taft TaftADd Tafttad t tand
and W iti J Bryan remarked Mr Byron ByronE
E z Shear who passes es biB time between betweenNew betweenN lsetweenTew
New N Tew ew York City and the gold mines of the theWest the100t r rtiVeSt
West 100t at the New ew Willard ZirlllardTlw WillardThe VillaniThe
The American Aperlcan Atiaerican people hav have come to tothat tothat tothat
that stage ntttge so where beTe they are not jroing S to toelect toelect toelect
elect any an man President ldent whom they th do donot donot donot
not regard rei as wholly Independent andfree and andfree aDdfree
free from corporation influence CtIIL I think thinkI
I know the country pretty well from New NewYork NewYork AewYork
York to San Francisco and if that is notthe not notthe BOtthe
the popular verdict I am in great erroriVe error errorWe errorW
We W hear talk of the candidacy of suchleaders such suchloaders suchl
loaders l ag Secretary Shaw or Vice Presi President Presidart l ldt ¬
dent Fairbanks or this th Senator or the theoilier theth f fgrtltar
oilier grtltar th but I honestly believe that against againstJiiX againstof
JiiX of these Cpl Bryan would sweep thec the thecottatry th the
cottatry e try Personally Pe Uy I hope the President PLSsidentw Presidentwljjfbe Presidentwll
wljjfbe wll w be forced to run again but if thatbe that thatbe thatbe
be lmO impossible lllbie let us have Secretary Taft TaftThe TaftThe TaftTho
The country likes him and he could win winIt winIt winIt
It need not be imagined that because becausethe becucIthe becausethe
the Republicans are so greatly in the ma majority majority majority ¬
jority the party Is invincible That Thatwas Thatwa Thateras
was a very Queer election we had m 1ft New NewYork NewYork Tew TewTork
York last November and who can say saybut sa sabut paybet
but that it will 111 not be a pivotal State in inMr in1I5r ini
1I5r 1I5rMr > i r r rlir
Mr Webster P Huntingtoit an accom accomplished a atltsompilshtd ompllsnecl ¬
plished literary man of Columbus eel Ohio Ohioand OhioAnd Obioand
and editor of the Onto Magaatne M was r + as atthe at atthe atthe
the New ° eiv Wlllartl < yesterdayCol yesterday yesterdayCol yesterdayCot
Col jrhomas horras B Felder and wife are at atthe attAe atthe
the New N Witiard Col Felder is owe of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the lead leading lawyers of Atalitta AtIlJntaawd ami makes makesfrequont rpakesfrequoat kes kestrequont
frequont professional tripe to the Capital CapitalThere CapitalThere CapitalThere
There are 12019 L 0l0 people I InoR at Goldfield Goldfleldnow Goldfieldnoy
now noR and by next September it will have havea
a population PQpUl Uon of 4MB 8 if the present rush rushkeeps rushkeeps rashkeeps
keeps up p said td Mr 1Ir J P Loiter Loft of that thatwonderful thatwonderiul thatwonderful
wonderful mining camp at the tawton Arling Arlington ArIIaton ¬
When I went there two years r ago agoU agoJt agoJt
Jt was nda a place of fifty taste < and twoframe two twoframe two1rIIme
frame shacks It is a most cttriowt town townin tonIn c cto
in other ways outside of its exceptionally exceptionallyunique exeepdoaaJlyunlqutI r runique
unique statue as a marvel among gold goldproducing IOldproduelng goldproducing
producing camps eam I It It hu ha no sort of or organized organized organized ¬
ganized government not even a skeleton skeletonof
of municipal management no mayor or orcouncil oremmcll orcouncil
council or poltee or any of the other ap appurtenances appurtenaneN appurtenances ¬
purtenances that go with cities In spite biteof spiteof pPlteof
of this the streets are kept clean and andgood andgood andgood
good order te enforced entorcecr Though bo h everyother every everyother everyother
other house touc e te a saloon and a gambling gamblingplace gambllnplace gamblingpftce
place nobody Is a robbed no hoUUBs are areattempted areattempted areattotnpted
attempted no frauds of any kind per perpetrated perpetrated perpetrated ¬
petrated Everybody te acting actl on the thelevel thelevel theanal
level and everybody is R busy making makingmoney tsakinsmosey kln klnmoM
money moM All kinds of workmen are get aetting getting 8ftUns ¬
ting big bl pay miners 9 a day carpenters carp carpentersmasons ters
7 7 masons fS I S and barbers whatever they theywawt theyt theyIls thatRRnt
wawt wawtIts RRntIts t
Its the biggest hI t mining mlnln proposition pr + oitositaen tIen in inChrtertandom InCbrlst1andom inChrkaUardom
Chrtertandom and the beauty of H is isthat Isthat s sthat
that only Oft the preliminaries l1ea of taking out outthe outthe outtbs
the gold have started aura tire being beingmade Mlnrde helpglned4
made de and as yet the ground fees beeu b u ubutflahUy ubat
bat butflahUy lbltltly lorrtt fh d

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