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Why the Solid South SouthA
A good Southern man for the Presi Presidency Presthney Presidtncy ¬
dency Certainty The Th idea Id to capital It Itis Iti Itis
i is 3 brim felt of wisdom Why not It is isi Isa Isa
a i happy hap ide Idea replete with good fellow fellowship feUovhlp fellowship ¬
ship hlp and neishborttness neI Seek as a hard hards harths
s you like and you y wilt not find nd a a valid validibjection validbjection velkibjecUon
ibjection to it It None exists existsThe exJstLThe exlstLThe
The South has any number of men of ofPresidential of1Ie of1iesidntIa1
Presidential 1Ie ddMrtia1 else Why not Hannte H Tay Tayu TqLlr Tejhr
u Llr r of Alabama There te a man Wg Wgi I Irained bigirained
i rained < broadgauged and every inch incha
a statesman statesauma a man whose vision hi not notrestricted notstricted notrstrlcted
restricted stricted to any section eetloa but which wl cb takes takesin takesi
in i 11 the t he whole of this blessed b country of ofurs ofours ofiurs
ours < urs > a man who stands for something somethingjn <
jn o I PII l has done something < whose history of ofKnglish ofEnglish ofEnglish
English constitutional law is a textbook textbookin
in Oxford and DubUn universities Then Thenthere Thent Theathere
there t h > re is Hoke Smith of Georgia a man manf mallur man2f
ur < 2f > f action action also identified ecl with the con conservatism eonSfrvatl conrvattgan ¬
servatism rvattgan m of Cleveland formerly and now nowaligned nowaligned nowaligned
aligned with the radical element of JaIl hteparty JaIlpartyounc hispatyyoun
party partyounc young virile progressive and gov govrnoreleet pvrnor ov ovrnoreJt
rnoreleet rnor t of the Empire Empt State of the theSouth tIMNtUth tMuth
South uth Looking further to the great greatSouthwest JrfJatouthweat greatOUthWt
Southwest there looms up the conserve conservative COAHMat ¬
tive t j ftc C Culberson a man among men mea of ofhigh ofJdgh ofhigh
high legal attainments of pure and lofty loftyIuracter loftyclracter loftyaracter
Iuracter and representative of the beat beatiutals batials bestdta1s
iutals of Democracy DemoeraCYWhy DemocracyWhy DemocracyWhy
Why not one of this distinguished cl 1abed trio trioOr trioOr trioOr
Or why not the eloquent Daniel Daniel given givento IITent
to t the country < by Virginia the Mother of ofPresidents ofPreside ofPresidentsa
Presidents Preside a sterling aterH upright able ablethat son sonthat sonthat
that performs his every duty with wttbHllll honor honorand honoriid
and iid integrity Inte ty Or Watteraon of Ken Kentucky KeDt Kentucky ¬
t tucky tit ko stout of heart and strong of pen penmericaa peamericaa peniierIcan
mericaa to his linger tips tt aM patriot patriotnf
nf patriots patriotsSec patriotaS JtflOtSSee
Sec S e the statesmanship revealed by It a arursory aunmlT aUtO7
rursory glance over OV that rich Beld below belowthe Belowthe belowt
the t he Mason and Dixon 111 Line a owveery owveeryglance yglance enreoryglance
glance only onlyBut onlyBut onlyBut
But why ask the question It Itwen Itwenit answers answersitself answersihel
itself it ihel el It has been answering itself all allthese allt eUthese
these t he years since the country came to together together togetlier ¬
gether and answering auwe it Invariably m mthe In Inthe Intte
the affirmative a Why DOt stop talking talkingabout talkingabout talkingabout
about it Let us ask a question more to tothe totle tothe
the point It te this Is there any good goodreason IoocIreason goodreason
reason why these statesmen men we have havementioned have11entioned haveientIoned
mentioned or others we might t mention mentionshould meatlon meatlonshould mentionshould
should be bepartIcuIs21y particularly identified with wlUlone any anyone anyone
one section Is such differentiation not notout DOtjut notcut
out of place in this year of our Lord JIll 13WOver JIller 3WOver
Over er four decades have passed since ace the thetragic thetragic thetragic
tragic episode ode that led to such differen 4ltlereat differentiation ¬
tiation t There te no sectional feeling to today today totlay ¬
day Then why any sectional line The Theson TbeHOn Theo
son o of Alabama or Georgia or Texas or ornrginia orr or1rg1n1a
nrginia r lma < or Kentucky te ear countryman countrymannJ
nJ as our countryman let him be con considered eoaidered conidered ¬
idered Away with geographical p con consideration COideratlon conideratIoa ¬
sideration It has no part in our present presentday PNMIItday presentday
day equation equationBut equationBut equationBut
But there te another question more im 1 ¬
portant Still 81 why should there be a asolid a2o1id asulk
solid South Can any one tell tell We con conf confcss confss
f fcss ss we cannot The T nation needs two twostrong twostrong I Itrong
strong < political parties It feels that thatneed thatnEed thatned
need today It te feeling feell1 It more every everyday eveJ7day everyday
day Public interests are not well con conserved conserved conserved ¬
served without two But a party that tIMltount can cancount canUflt
count Uflt upon a vast section for support supportregardless npportrgardl supportregardless
regardless rgardl of man or issues a a party that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can do what it ltJkM like liken and still WI preempt preempta preem t tu
a fixed number of oe4ecraI electoral votes v vote a party partythat MUt MUtt partythat
that t ha t builds itself upon such a foundation foundationls
ls I not not and never will be be the strong and andJielpful adIrful and3ierfuI
Jielpful > Irful party the country wants It to be beIt beIt beIt
It is time to have done with the whole wholearrangement whole8rran wholearrangetneaL
arrangement 8rran t It hat outlived its useful usefulness alet1l1 alet1l1nessoutltYed uietvinessoutlived ¬
ness nessoutltYed outlived it years yrsMr ago agoMr agoMr
Mr Clevelands raps at the bachelors In hihis InJl Inhis
his Jl s recent Chicago speech ought to go far fartoward tartoward fartoward
toward squaring him with the club women womenuf WOID4IAlIt womenIt
uf It the land landA 1DdA landA
A Now Order of Things TilingsiK Thin Things1wn s sltwn
iK ltwn wn In Virginia YI a son has Just bad his htefit hIBfatter hisfather
fit fatter her arrested fined
and perpetually en enjoined enjJlned n njIned ¬
joined from repeating the offense of ad administering adllIiniat adiuiuisterlug ¬
ministering llIiniat parental chastisement via the thehickoryswitch thelkol7wJtch thebkkoryswltch
hickoryswitch route The successful ap apiual APpt11 eppui
iual to the courts followed an unusually unusuallyMvere unusuallyiere unusuallyevere
Mvere not to say strenuous Interview Interviewlietween Interviewlitween Interviewbetween
between father and son in the woodshed woodshedThe WOOChJhedThe woodshedThe
The honored ruling Spare J the rod and andspoil adspoil andspoil
spoil the child cb cI has ha been reviewed and andTO aadrer and1rereed
TO rer versed ed by the courts of the Common Commonwealth Conamony Oommonwealth ¬
wealth y alth and another
ancient terror Is re removed re reJlIoved re1oved ¬
moved from out the path of the rising risinggeneration rWbIggeneration risinggeneration
generation generationIt
It is welL We do DOt believe much in inihese InI
hose 1 oldfashioned wnaRnga More MoreJarm Morelarm More1arm
Jarm has been be done than good by the theeverlasting theyerllUting theeverlasting
everlasting appeal to the rod We do not notlieluve nothclife notbelieve
believe anything was 118 ever thrashed Into Intoa
a boy In the form of decency and upright uprightnay uprlptWay uprightWay
Way of living that might t not have been beenlanded beeft1L1ded been1Lflded
landed there quicker and mere surely surelythrough surely11ro surelyI I
11ro I through rougb h kindness and humane treatment treatmentSolomon treatmentulomon treatmentoImon
Solomon was a very WJ wise man and knew newt
t LJt 3 t of things t h ings but he was not the finest finestithority AMlitIthority ilnestithority
ithority on boys 00 this world ever saw sawa nswL 1 1i
i a good deal dealSolomon deal3lomon deal5OIOtflOfl
Solomon doubtless did raise one on or two twoi
i hiidren idl ren who made good through mam mamstrength main malatr mainstrtngth
strength tr n < th and awkwardness but the ma majority majorlt majority ¬
jority jorlt of the Solomon family seem aee to have haveI haveIeu
o Ieu I wen n swallowed up in oblivion so com completely conal coinlleteIy ¬
pletely l > tly that not the faintest track or orTiaoc ora orI
Tiaoc I a ae < 6f f them th m can An anywhere be found foundAs founds foundlong
As s long as Solomon stuck to building buildingfmples buildingtiiiples ilding ildingtl11ples
fmples and the contracting business buabler s lie liewn8 hcW heWa5
wn8 W < IJ all right but when he undertook to teKjse tovise tovise
Kjse vise other people how to rear their thelrt theirdlildren theirhildren
hiidren t he fell into the same trouble troubleeoTue troublepOl1e troubleorne
eoTue attitude that thousands of lesser lesserof 1 lesserFgits 8er 8erglts
Fgits glts of wisdom alan have fallen into intoWhy IntoWhy IntoWhy
Why should Solomons word be taken takenwithout takeniithout takenw
without w ithout question anent the subject bject of ofyouthful oto of3outhfuI
youthful o thful discipline About the only thing thingupon thingupon thingupon
upon which Jiangs the stories we hear hearabout hC3rabout hearabout
about the many brilliant attainments of
tats man is ith the story about bout Ida settling HUJlngdlsputo sotti1n a adispute a adioputo
dispute between betw et two ladies over the theownership 11MownersHip thoownership
ownership of a youngster youngstoIofUld and then lie liehad liehad liehad
had to threaten to kill the little one be before tM tM1Jre b bfore ¬
fore he was able to give a decision The Theman Theman Theman
man appears to have 1uLv been naturally of ofIolent a aviolent aviolent
violent disposition when anything ythlng con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning children was mentioned to him himIt himIt hlnLIt
It Is well to have 118 done with Solomonlsm Solomonlsmso nl nlso
so far as the proper rearing < of children childrente
Is concerned It hag had its day but it itis ItIs itIs
is a relic of the olden time when might mightand mightand mightand
and not right ruled and when religion religionpolitics relgtonpoIltie reigi0npolitics
politics and education e ucation were administered administeredto
to unwilling ullwllU g patients with iedhot pikes pikespinching pikespAnelling pikespinching
pinching arrangements and boiling oil oilReturns 011Retuma oilReturns
Returns from Philadelphia indloafSB ladlaa a that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the old machine mac lno was unusually unut1 successful successfulIn
In rallying the < dead voters votersPresidential votersPresidential votersPresidential
Presidential Opportunism OpportunismThere OpportunismlIIere OpportunismThere
There te a note of opportunism in Presi President Pl8IIfdut Prealdent ¬
dent Roosevelts Harvard address addrea which whichmay whichmA whichmay
may mA serve to explain his course of action actionwith actionwJth actionwith
with respect re to several important matters matterslately matterslateI matterslately
lately brought brou bt to his attention When the thePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre ldent describes de the most useful tul states statesman stateaman statesman ¬
man as one who ie Urc resolute to accomplish accomplishgood aceompUabgeod accomplishgeeI
good purposes es but who can accommo accommodate accommodIlt accommotlat ¬
date dIlt himself to give and take where wherework wlere wlerework wherework
work has to be done it is Impossible Impo slble not notto notto notto
to think et t this description as fitting no noone noone noone
one so well as Mr Roosevelt himself for forIt forIt forit
It tallies exactly with his way of doing doingthings dotartblnSS doingthings
things and it Illuminates the occasional occasionalfailure OCCMIonalfailure occasionalfailure
failure of a resolute purpose to accom accomplish aeeoinpilh ¬
I plish all that it set t out to do doThe doI doThe
I The Japanese settlement was a fine ex example exI cxample ¬
I ample of give and take and the tariff tariffquestion tartque tariffquestion <
question que tlon too toodoa does not that Involve a adeal good gooddeal gooddeaI
deal of give ve and take We do not men mention mention mentioti ¬
tion these Instances in a spirit of crtti crttictem crttli criticlam
i dam but in the hope of elucidating > Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt Ir IrRooeevdt
Roosevelt to his critics His H willingness willingnessto
i to give and take kin readiness readl to com cotnpromtoe compro cornpromise
promise pro It he must in order to rescue a asaving aYlng a asaying
saving Ylng remnant of hh purpose are arecharacteristic as ascharacteristic ascharacteristic
characteristic of the th man as his resolu resolution reIOhItJon resohitiolt ¬
tion and strength of will 1U Bearing Dealft this thteIn thisIn thisin
In mind we realise reall that what the ProM President Pre81dent ProMient ¬
dent dent has bad to yield to his opponents la laany 1ftparticular Inany
any particular instance may have been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the price paid for what he actually ob obtained obtained ohtamed ¬
tained So that his opportunism should shouldbe ouklbe shouldbe
be judged by its fruits and net by com comparing COIItwhat cornparing ¬
paring what was done with 1U what wba t might mighthave JDlKhtbave mighthave
have been done dene to the disparagement dbi elftftlt of ofactual otaet ofactual
actual aet achievement achievementThe AehlevetThe achievementThe
The President restates his familiar familiarviews CamOlarYIew8 familiarviews
views as to the Federal control of cor corporations corperatJons corporatlosis ¬
porations but in terms of moderation JIIO and andgood aDdpod andtemper
good temper Kven the ti muchabusedrailroads muchabused muchabusedrailroaos 1IdHbu8edraJlnNUJa
railroads may extract a grain of comfort comfortfrom comfortfrom comfortfrom
from his statement that most emphatic emphatically elVpbaUcally eipphatlcally ¬
ally it te both the duty and the interest interestof
of our people to deal fairly t lr17 with such suchcorporations auchcorporatlona suchcorporations
corporations corporationsSimilarly corporatlonaSimilarly corporationsSimilarly
Similarly the minatory tone ton te absent absentfrom ntrom absentfrom
from rom the Presidents discussion dl8c of State Staterights Stat Statrilrbtll Staterights
rights and his view that the revival revi of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State rights Idea has behind It some someselfish 801Maelftsh someseiflab
selfish and dangerous daa rQQS Interests has many manyadherents IDIUQadhereata manyadherents
adherents even among those e who strong strongly strongly ¬
ly oppose centralisation But we are not notsure ROtlIure notsure
sure that the States Stat have ft shown that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the have not the ability to curb the thepower thepower thepower
power of syndicated wealth for we do donot doaot donot
not believe the States have exhausted exhaustedtheir uhaU8tedtheir exhaustedtheir
their powers in that direction It te true trueenough trueeao1ll trueenough
enough t that States should not create ocr corporations cor corpora ocrpoi ¬
porations poi atlotim endowed with predatory powers powersthat poweratJIat powersthat
that may ma be used oppressively tIPIII nIIJ in other otherStates otberStates otherStates
States States but the States Sta have ba ample pIe author authority autborIty authorsty ¬
ity to prescribe the limits UmU within which whichcorporate WhIebcorporate whichcorporate
corporate action may be employed and anduntil aII4until enduntil
until such authority hat been bee amrmaUvely amrmaUvelyshown amemativelyshown rmatlvelJ rmatlvelJahown
shown to be inadequate IM quate to control cor corporate corpotate cotperate ¬
porate activities we do not t think it can canbe canbe canbe
be held that the States have not the theability tbeabUlty theability
ability to curb the power power of syndicated syndicatedwealth JlYDdlcat JlYDdlcatweahh syndicatedwealth
wealth The real question Is not one of ofability ofabWt1 ofabWty
ability but of willingness or rather ratherwhether ratb ratbwhether ratherwhether
whether the States Sta shall control the cor corporations corporatiOD8 carporatlons ¬
porations or permit themselves to be con controlled CODtroUed controlled ¬
trolled by them The power te ample but butthe butthe butthe
the fiesh Is weak weakHowever weakHowever weakHowever
However to the whole question of State Stateright StaterIP Staterights
right may he applied a 1ed the give ve and take takeprinciple takeprinciple takeprinciple
principle and theory te not likely to tri triumph tri triumph tn tnumph ¬
umph over what the President Pre calls 1s 1stJcaJ pane practical panedeal ¬
deal good sense when some necessary IT end endcan endcan endcan
can be gained In no other way than by byintrusting b bintruetlnc byintrueting
intrusting it to Federal power We are areall areall areall
all opportunists more or less and it te a amatter amatter amatter
matter of common observation that a agood amaD agood
good many maD State rights people are e eWIDIag as aswilling anwilling
willing to give ve and take e as the President Presidentwhen PNllldent1I4m Preiidentwhen
when 1I4m they want the Federal government governmentto t tto
to do something that is 1 to their ad advantage Mvanta advantage ¬
vantage vanta And rightly too tOo for govern governments 80 80mems vccs vccsmeats ¬
meats art ar instituted for the benefit of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people not for the exempttAcatioa of ofpolitical 0poIkkal ofpolitical
political maxims and constitutional constitutionaltheories ceatttvtloMltJIeorieL
The Senate of the United States to slow slowdeliberate IGdellbente slowdeUberte
deliberate and dignified For example exampleit fDiAMpIeIt
it took four years yea to decide decide that a a Senator Senatornot SeDatornot Senatornot
not guilty guilt of polygamy should Id not be ex expelled exfor expolled ¬
polled for polygamy polygamyDean potsamnoun polygamyIean
Dean of American mcrican Letters LettersOn IottersOn LettersOn
On Friday of this week weekS March 1 1 the theAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American literary world may congratu congratulate patulale congtatulate ¬
late Mr William Dean Howette on bar having bavme barIng ¬
ing reached the Scriptural age of three threescore thrtetGOIe threemere ¬
score and ten There are notable Amen American JDerican Amencnn ¬
can men of letters who are older than thanMr thanir thanMr
Mr Howeite Mark a1k Twain te two years yearsand yeanaad yearssiad
and ICdwarrl dwerd Everett Hale is fifteen years yearsolder yearsolder yearsolder
older but for some years yea now Mr How Howeite Ho Hoelia ¬
eite 11 has been accorded by mutual mutualmeat agree agreement agreemeat ¬
meat and popular approval the honored honoredporitkm honoredMMllltion honoredpooltion
poritkm of Dean of American Letters LettersThere LettersThre LettersThere
There was a time In the history of Amen American Amertcan Amencan ¬
can letters when Mr Henry Hear James six sixyears sixroan sixyears
years Junior to Mr Howell threatened threatenedto
to wrest from him the leadership of liter literature Hterat1ll6 literatmS ¬
ature ia this tb country but Mr James pre preferred preter18d proferred ¬
ferred England to his native dve hind and andMr andMr nd ndMr
Mr Howeite has always been constant constantIt eonatautIt
It Is a noble figure that Mr Howells Howeitemakes Howellsmak Howellsmakes
makes mak In the world of letters and his hisMfe IdaJtfe hislife
life te a fine inspiration to all literary literaryworkers literat literatworkers literaryworkers
workers especially e peelally those who wno graduate graduateInto graduateIntft graduateInto
Into the more academic fields ef f literature literaturefrom IItentturefrom literaturefrom
from the newspaper office The son of a acountry aoountl7 acountry
country editor he learned Msfathers pro profession profe88lott professlon ¬
fession and wrote poetry in his odd mo moments mo moments moments ¬
ments Serving ss consul to Venice he hetook hetook hetook
took up the study stud of Italian ItaU n language languageand languageeat e enl
and nl literature and nd at the conclusion of ofhis oChis ofhis
his public service abroad returned to his htenative ilianative hisnative
native mud to devote himself to writing writingand wrttiRKMd writingamid
and to the work of editing edltlD such pubBca pubBcattons IMIbIkaUoII8 pubilcatiomis
ttons as the Nation the Atlantic Month Monthly Monthly ¬
ly Harpers and others othersHte othersHis othersHIS
His has been a busy bUB life 1lIe and Its influ influence tnftueRce luilusac ¬
ence sac has been entirely for the good Al Always AII Always ¬
ways 1ft8 ms literary Ideate have been the thehighest thehighest
ihlghest highest and by his writings and his Id ex example exlample cxample ¬
lample ample he has done much to teach Amen America Amenice ¬ 1
fica ice to know and appreciate the best in inletters inSomethln Inletters
letters Something Somethln of the nature of ofgenial o oxenlal ofgenial
genial old Thackeray has been his be hetoo betoo betoo
too 1m hu mounted into the literary pulpit pulpitand 1lpltaDd pulpitand
and preached to his feitowman fellow but but un unlike unlike unlike ¬
like Thackerays the sermons of Mr MrHoweite frHoweth MrHowetIs
Howeite which wht h are to be found In hIs hteeeUghtful hIso hlaoellghtful
eeUghtful o essays have no sting aUn ef satire satireabout saUreabout saJreabout
about them thHRtHy they are sane healthful It in invigorating Innrort1l1f Invigoratiug ¬
vigorating vigoratingMr
Mr r Howetls te one of the notable notablefigures notableftcures notableSgures
figures In the literary history tot7 of a a coun country countr7 onustry ¬
try which bleb has had such leaders I as Haw Hawthorne Hawthorne Rawthorns ¬
thorne Lowell and Irving he ranks with withthe Withthfll withthea
the thfll and his measure of honor will be beas beis bes
as s full as theirs Too Oft we walt until a aman aman aman
man Is gone e before the kindly kind word wordis wordIs wordSIs
is said The celebration of Mr Howells HowellseovctitJeth HoweJ1Iovcdle Howeflsoveittieth
eovctitJeth Iovcdle birthday Dlrth A should be the signal signaland signaland Al Aland
and the opportunity for an outpouring outpourl of oflove ofJove oflove
love and respect for a man who per perhaps ptthP8 perhtpa ¬
haps more mor than any other has stood for
and expounded the highest and noblest noblestIdeals noblcstleieal noblestIdeals
Ideals of American citizenship citizenshipA
A news story in the Atlanta Constitu Constitution ConstltuUGn Constitutics ¬
tics says a the recently launched Hoko HokoSmith Itoko ItokoSmlijt HbkoSmith
Smith Presidential boom Is merely a apleasantry aplea apleasantry
pleasantry plea n try The esteemed Constitution Constitutiononce Con Constitutiononce t1tution t1tutiononce
once similarly appraised tho Hoke Smith Smithgubernatorial SmithgUbernatol1al Smithgubernatorial
gubernatorial boom In Georgia GeorgiaWe GeorgiaWe GeorgiaWe
We rather doubt the ministerial mlnl terlnl wisdom wisdomof wisdomoC wisdomof
of that Tennessee e preacher who says that thatdrink thntdrink thatdrink
drink baseball the theater tobacco and andpeekaboo tlndpeekaboe Andpeeknboo
peekaboo shirt waists are all to be befound bofound bufound
found in hades hadesThe had hadThe hadesThe
The new Persian Parliament talks Just Justas jnstbig justan
as big to the new Shah as our Sonata Sonatasometimes SonotoJOmeUm Senatesometimes
sometimes JOmeUm talks to Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltandwtth Rooseveltandwith and andwith
with about the same result resultSince resultStltCe resultSince
Since that old English chopping block blockthe blockthe blockthe
the deceased wifes 1fe sister bill Is to be beallowed 1 beallowed > 1 1allowed
allowed to become a law what further furtheruse furtheruae furtheruse
use Is there for the House of Lords any anyhow anyhow anyhow ¬
how howFlattery
Flattery te the current coin that cun cunning cunning cansing ¬
ning fakirs tald pay to feel philosophers phtlo ophr says saysthe saysthe Y Ythe
the Baltimore American But would a areally a area117 areally
really cunning fakir bother hlmsolf at atall ataU atalt
all with a fool philosopher philosopherWe phlloiopherVt philosopherwo
We Vt fear that Mr Roosevalt has net netbeen netbeen notbesat
been duly considerate eona erate of Senator Raynors Raynorsadvice Raynorsviae Rsynersadvice
advice viae anent the subject of State rights rightsAn rightAn rightsAn
An Englishmen E maJ is lecturing in this thiscountry thisCOUIttry thiscountry
country upon the topic Is Life Worth WorthLiving WorthLlvlngr VorthU
Living U n T It is I But If there were any anylaw anyI anyIw
law I w compelling folks to attend lectures lecturesupon loetur8fiupon lecturesupon
upon that subject it most distinctly would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be beGeorge beGeo beGeorge
George Geo Washington Wuhln toft never saw a real realnewspaper roolfteW8Paper realnewspaper
newspaper says y a contemporary Also Alsohe Alsohe Alsohe
he never saw 144 14 different pictures of ofKvelyn orBvel7D ofveiya
Kvelyn veiya Nesbit Thaw Ha had much to be bethankful bethanktul bethankful
thankful for forThat forThat forThat
That Mississippi llJa court probably decided decidedthat doctdedthat decidedthat
that a boy bo has the right to climb a tree treeon treeon treeon
on the same JIM theory that a woman has the theright therlpt theright
right to the last word in an argument argumentOh argum8llt0Ia
Oh climb with me me sings Richard L Le LeGUtenne LaGaillonne > e eGallienne
Gallienne who probably imagines that thatCongress tllatCoR thatCongress
Congress CoR baa already mafia ntal1 it unlawful unlawfulto unJa wfill wfillto
to tip the elevator boy boyThe boyTbe boyThe
The Democrats have wept St St Peters Petersbtnrg Pbters Pbtersa Ptersbins
bins says a cable The news will be bereceived beI berenelved
I received with mduYerenee by Chairman ChairmanJhn ChalrnmtI ChairmenJiiiI
Jhn J Grigga GrI however howeverSenatorelect hOeYerSenatorelect howeverSenatorelect
Senatorelect Bob Taylor denies that thathe Utatbe thathe
he ever said he had heard a whippoor whippoorwill whlppootwill whippoorwill
will singing in December but OM mention mentionsomething JReJltnIIIOmeWnc mentionsomething
something about a Hracooon raccoon Of course coursethats courHthat coursethats
thats that different dl ermt The entire ire year yro te an anopen anopen
open o season fOr those ragtime ragtimenags coon coonsongs coonIOII
songs nagsThe songsThe
The beautiful snow aow no poets pe may now nowtake M Mtake nowtake
take another whack at It ItThat ItThat It ItThat
That Englishman who is coming to toAmerica to1IIertea toAmerica
America hi order to become Intimately Intimatelyacquainted lutttelyaeqted ImnInatelyseqated
acquainted With the mosquito will of ofcourse orcoune ofcourse
course coune be welcome but we warn rn him m madvance IIIadvance Inadvance
advance that the mosquito in question questiondoes questiondoes 1oft 1oftdoeI
does not improve on acquaintance acquaintanceGov acqualDaaeeGov acqulntaaeeCoy
Gov Varoamsn Va will quote qllet ye you the thefinest tileatneet theaneot
finest poetry verse alter at verse wr far araher how howafter hoarafter
after hour says sy Tom Watson Wa Not wi wiles 11ft 11ft1ae anless ¬
les less he binds a and aDdDt gaga gagaDr go us usDr
Dr Wiley Wt says whisky will wUtooaguJate wUtooaguJatethe coagulate coagulatethe coagulatethe
the protoplasm Sense of the ski topers toperswill wwill toperswill
will not understand what It te they see seeoccasionally MeoccaaIOaaIly assoccasionally
occasionally occasionallySenator occaaIOaaIlySeqt occasionallySenstor
Senator r Bailey says he advised the ell ettcompanies ellco oilcompanies
co companies to keen oat of Tescaa It ItJa te a aptty apItJ apity
pity for his own sake they Ad ki not take takeote takebIa takehis
his advice adviceA lceA
A physician advises wanes mat to wear wearmutts wearmats
mutts as they eowtmet the chest Money Moneycheat xvcbat lessy lessychest
cheat cheatMr cbatlr chestMr
Mr Dehnas has been designated fI teA teAftIItabed aSaished a amtnwed
mtnwed lawyer Mr Jerome T seems un unable uaIe sitable >
able to see 11MThe his finish finishThe SuishTb
11MT T
The Tb real thing ht the way of a beautiful beuttU1Presidential beautifulPresidential UlU1 UlU1P
Presidential P tIal bodm for a a Southerner will wHlnot willDOt willnot
not appear until CoL John Temple Graves Gravesmentions aveatIou Gravesmentions <
mentions tIou himself for the office officeIt oMceIt chicoIt
It a11pMrII ti ppeaz ears a that MIUTM dan were weresmoked wenSIIIOk wessmoked
smoked SIIIOk d last year The count countCongressional C01IIII7 counry hod the theCOD theCongresslona
Congressional COD < elections on ha baadL baadLA 1 1A ssnds ssndsA
A Massachusetts woman now advocates advocatesthe MYocatnthe advocatesthe
the chloroforming ehloro of bachelors ever forty fortyyears tortr7ears fortyyears
years of age a Doubtless Dou they win n recon reconcile recocIIe rectacUe ¬
cUe themselves to such an alternative alternativerather aJ aJrather alternativerather
rather than accept the women who advo advocate adv advcats O Ocate ¬
cate it itFrom it itFrom itFrom
From the way the challenges chal are a pour pouring pourIn pourbig ¬
big In In practically every enemy Gen Ku Kuropatktn Xu Xuropatdn Xiiropatkn
ropatktn has In the Russian R army has hasbeen hubeea hiti7LaecretlY
been 7LaecretlY secretly yearning for or billS to write a abook sbook aAn
book bookAn bookAn
An English explorer has discovered discoveredwhalebeaded K KbeadecI awhaleheaded
whalebeaded beadecI stork which Is thorc t 1
In k keeping with the sprit of the times IIINThe timesThe timesThe
The St Lows GtobeDemocmt GIobeDeMoefWe says saysWe saysWe
We We are getting rich at the rate of ofUO6MQOt oCcla7 ofil
il UO6MQOt a a day We shookl shudder to toeven torea toeven
even rea glance at one of Ito circulation circulationitatements drcwlattonItateaaenta cireulatlottateutents
itatements itatementsThese ItateaaentaThclle ttateutentsThese
These Unstlinjy Americana Americanafnm 4omerIcanllI AiiiericansFain
Fain Hwpart I Weekly WeeklyAt WeItJyAt WstklyAt
At a recent gathering in Baltimore two twomen twomen twomen
men from from different sections of the coun country countl7 coontry ¬
try were discussing the cajtabilitles of ofnervous ofnervoua ofnervous
nervous nervoua restless Americans A for being beingmost beingmost beingm
most m stow Iow and deliberate The Mary Marylander Marylander ary arylaacler
lander claimed the pawn for slowness for ferthe torthe forthe
the inhabitants of the Eastern Shore of ofhte ofIds ofhis
Ids State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It Is a saying JiDK hereabouts said he hethat be bethat liethat
that If oysters had b been en created with withleg withUte with1eg
leg the people of the Eastern Shore Shorewould ShorewoulCl Shorewould
would all have starved to death deathThe dUtThe deathTb
The Tb The folks rollt around Mount Monadnock Monadnockhave llonadoockllave Mosadnockhave
have a saying that beats yours lMIrs re remarked re remarked remarked ¬
marked a Vermont man Of one on man manup manup menup
up there It used to be observed that if ifyou if1M Ifyou
you were to give Hiram Higgins forty fortyyards fortyyards 1
yards start atockst stockstill l would catch him himThe btmThc himTh
The Th Unquiet Stairs StairsPnm StaIrsJIarpe Stairsusi
Pnm usi Harper Weekly WeeklyIn WeeklyIn lJ lJIn
In a a recent suit In a Cincinnati ininvmti court a alawyer aJaWer alawyer
lawyer was crossexamining crossexamlnlpg aminlA8 a Gorman Gormanthe Garmanthe Germanthe
the point under Inquiry being the relative relativeposition relativepoRtion relativeposition
position of the doors windows and so soforth 110forth noforth
forth forth in a house in which a certain certaintransaction certaintraaction certaintraneaction
transaction was w alleged to t have occurred occurredAnd occurredAnd occurredAnd
And now my good man the tit lawyer lawyersakl 1awersaid lawyersaki
said will w 1 you be goed enough to toll tallthe tollthe tollthe
the court how the stairs S run In your yourhouse yourhouH yourhouse
house houseThe houHThe houseThe
The German looked dazed for a mo moment moment memeat ¬
ment Hew do they u run 7 he repeated repeatedYea repeatedYes peated peatedYea
Yea how do the stairs ta1r itm itmVeil I IVell rear rearrej
Veil rej continued the witness wen I Iant Iallt Iam
ant oopBtatrs DOp4 ta1ri1 dey d 7 run down n and d van en I Iant IIUJI Ieat
ant downstairs do dey run i eon eonDAV7T eop eopDA coplAtVN
Dews emiastiMa and a ed fttatghtr DAwn DnnmHaned DAwnHat1 DacnUnheS
Haned by ten ttoan thensad d OMMW at f dets ant birth WrtfeWbn WrUJ1I
win 1I ehtesy ek far thy MONC se of Satwr mast mastTte JIIK ernmtTh JIIKTo
Tte half tile world a mast IUIet 7ods great Dawn Dwtt
yak Micht of ail earths NrtII t ptfrtinca till we meet
Wfcert Shee INn Dawn Da Ad aaaaet MUllet niavtfog hat art West West8MU Welt WedShin
Shin Bake fa aoote deep Orient of the sort sortOaw MtIOee
Oaw 0 radiant ROM of Love for ore evenMnTeach oreTach eennomTenth
Teach me 1M ob teach me to bear tar braattatiae l
Utht UthtThy UcbtThJ IsbtThy
Thy deeporiaf Trader tot u old deans dra fade fadeWtth rlMhWith fs4eWith
With lows uafaith 1II like ilk waat watts d hears of youth IWUIAIIII yrnthAnd youthAnd
And dim Winless TinMt T fa In thy tem temTheir 8Hm 8HmTbfIr beamT1nE
Their rapture raaee lre sad their angofek break t mr n heart heartWhich Manbkh hartWhiek
Which toted them and auK kn lote fin ercr fer new newLet sewLet We WefAt
Let thy great t aphere of apfendor ring If 1 rtos
For ever wMeafac draw new ae sees new kiN kiNWttbiB ikeeWithin U s sWithin
Within wy ken yet aa I HlK UH must JR bear bearTfaia 1Marlt bearThu
Tfaia Thu lore 1M help me to grow In spirit with tIe tIenawn lIneIawn w wI
I nawn > awn on my mac jg which eh trembles Hk like a aPiereEd aPierced dead deadPierced
Pierced with thy beauty Ufa RiHt sMe M if ifcma f eU eUACTM iiicrotiI
ACTM crotiI the th wondering wobdf > riDc ocean to the aisitt aisittOf it ittx t tOf
Of those tb woridwanderfae world mariner JIMIrbten When wIIIR earth earthRolled MrtkW rnthRld
Rolled sal up to UM Gotea of ParadiM ParadiMAnd IaftdIIeDd IandMernind
And Dd each alow mist tMt curled Ha tjoW away a aFins
From neb Cb new MIL they farrowed late peart peartMight JeBri3hpt peeriMbt
Might bring before their bliaded mortal ers eytsGod ersGod tS tSGod
God and the Glory UloryAlfred
Alfred Noyea
It is somewhat disconcerting when a girl girlIs girlIs girlIs
Is young and sweet sweatAnd sweetAnd sweetAnd
And youve praised her taper tap r fingers and andliar nndhar andher
liar dainty little feet feetAnd teetAnd feetAnd
And have raved about her la lushes h s and the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color of her eyes eyesAnd eyesAnd eyesAnd
And expressed the firm opinion that she is isa 18perteet Isa
a perfect prize prlzeI I say
tt is rather disconcerting whon youve youvetwined youvetwlued youvetwined
twined a verbal wreath wreathTo wreathTo wreathTo
To the cuteness s of her dimples and the thewhit tbewhltCJb thewhltgbeee
whit whltCJb whltgbeee anew of her teeth teethIt teethIt teethIt
It is somewhat disconcerting I reiterate reiterateHIM reiterateI
HIM and swear swearWhen swarVbn aweayWhen
When she has no better answer than those thoseInane thoseImute thoseInane
Inane words Hot alrl alrlEvidently aIrlDvldcJttJ sin sinIvldcni3y
Evidently DvldcJttJ Not NotOh NotOh NotOh
Oh its It easy Easy iCaa as taking takingcandY takingcandYfrom candy candyfrom candyfrom
from a baby babyDtesy bab babDaSy babyThssy
Dtesy eh 1 Ever v ver r try to take candy candyfrem candyirem candyfrom
from a babyr babyrTlint baDyr1Ilnt tmiyrllinta
Tlint llinta Different DifferentMr DifferentMr
Mr Jinks you wrote a penttim IHJnIOI1IlI Iftttor Iftttortoday l lottortoday tlor tlortod
today tod daring my time Thats Tht sttalfng sttalfngWell stealngwell tngWell
Well air lIri I have worked ewllme erUri1t fully fullytwo fu1lrtwo fullytwo
two hundred times per year for the past pasttwenty lM pattwenty t tt
twenty t DtT years yearsHa JrraUa yearsHe
Ha Hum Thats Tbat business businessIn 1Ja8 1Ja8In huoiaso huoiasoIn
In Congress ConjfrenuAnd ConJrcIIAAnd CongressAnd
And now JIG the new ambitious dhej dhejReceives dpReceives Jf JfRtcetvl
Receives his turn turnThey turnThey turnThey
They let him rise and move mayhap mayhapThat m maybapThat hap hapThat
That they adjourn adjournDepends adjournDepends joUID joUIDDepond
Depends DependsDo DepondfDo DependsDo
Do yw OU think these elbow W slsivos are arebecoming UQbeeollllttgr arebecoming
becoming beeollllttgrNet becomingNet becomingNet
Net when a a lady lad has to woai woazhem woazhemgteta ahdm ahdmgartera llIt m mwlt
gartera with her gloves glovesFCTT gores 87011Fc1 goresFeii
FCTT Word WordState WordsStats Ford FordfState
fState State in as few words as possible JHII le what whatyou whatYOU whatyou
you know kalHJut about the initfatrva and n the thereferendum thereler thereferendum
referendum reler said the prolwsser pro r in politi political poilUcal pout pouteel ¬
cal economy economyAnd eOIt eOItAna economyAnd
And the dull papil for once once oarnid eernadlti rnld1ll KM by byreplying byreplying byreplying
replying Nothing uNotIatngremptatJon NothingTemuptat NothingTemptation
Temptation TemptationNo Temuptat remptatJonuNo I 0 fl flNo
uNo No railroad wreck today todayShall tocla7Shall todayShall
Shall we get out an extras extra extraI
1 1 think not It seldom pays paJ to b be son sensational tUMtUoDaI sonnstlonal ¬
Prom the lo nooaUa n Put JItIIxCUKCII Putllxejuncs l oat oatIfixauMe
IfixauMe a Great GreatDcaJ GreatDcaJIt GreatDeaLIta Deal DealIf
If It Ita a exaggerated ted ego e eIf egoIf J JIf
If you shoot some f fellow no noIt How dead dendIts deadIts
Its It exaggerated ego egoIf egoIf 1 1If I
If you Ml 11 your tank and afMMd afMMdRed a aRed
Red paint over all creation creationAnd cnattADd creationAnd
And put peace upon tho iMk iMkIts tb bttak bttakIts biks k kIts
Its exaggerated t ego egoIf I III II
If I you get lit Utup up on drink drinkIt dJtaIIt drinkIt
It te brain storm if you carry carryA curYA enrryA
A big hefty fortyfour fortyfourIt fortto forttoIt
It te 1 brain niD storm if you romp p home htmeAnd homeAnd me meraJae
And raise bob and andIt smash a aIt door doorIt
It te I brain storm if you threaten thresJeEverybodys tJar tJarbud threatenvoiybodya
Everybodys bud peace amid life uteIt lifeIt lifeIt
It te brain storm If you gambit IIUMMM gambitAnd ansh4s ansh4sAmid
And fight boo boos and beat your wife wifeThose denaoe wifeThce
Those are things the doctors say sayThat aJThat myThat
That Thaw has buperba perhaps tiff tiffDoetora so soDoctors asDoctors
Doctors are expert in some things thingsOthers tIdII0tberIt thbgoOthers
Others donl pretend to know knowIt kMwIt knowI
It I hea be got ot these thing th1DpJad bos yet em emAad canAnd
And we reckea NCk its It all aDHe right rightHe mightHe
He got one thing though were 1W glad of ofWere of ofWeN ofWere
Were glad he got lOtDetter Btaadtord WMte WMteHotter WMsflettcr
Hotter Yet YetNow YctNow YetNow
Now Im r I gotas itg to iatrastae pan tie the tit titPi thsgftrl
gftrl 1 you ought to spines ay to tad tadWea1tIaJT sailmarry jMl jMlmarry
marry marryWeafchyr marryWealthy
WealthySb Wealthy WeafchyrSbe
Sbe Sb apen spends a fortune tortuaeoecat OB bar slothsCant dothes dothesCant
Cant you introduce mo an to her 4rejis 4rejismaksrr Ik Ikr Ikot as asNot
maksrr maksrrXot r
Not ot at the BlInk However Jlowcer Jlowcerr lloicverI
1 I think the man who spends alt Ilk htetime Ilktime hi hitim
time tim at the rink whoa w JIM wife fe away awayfrom awa awafrom awayfreon
from home Is setting a very bad exam example exaMple exampie ¬
ple pleSo
So do I I dont approve of rtak rIIIJaJ any anyw anyAad
Mw MwUAa4 > w
UAa4 And yet et Mrs 18 na Jones says 78 her It Ittold husbandtold husband husbandtold
told her you had your skates Ya on all the thewhite Utewldle thewltge
white I was at mothers mothersTimes motLTllllc mothersPinion
Times Dont Change OliniisrcThey OJlQn ChangeThey c cTbe7
They had just the same nsa trIs trout in an ancient andetrt ancleat ¬
cleat times as we have now nowHoWs ROWHow nowHows
HoWs that thatI
I have e Just read that Oonatajtthxabad Oonatajtthxabada ChieilanUus lad lada hada
a thousand Oaf D4l cooks coeb and weve h4 ia about aboetthat aboutthat t tthat
that many ourselves I IAlroady fAJroRdr IAlready
Already Taxed TaxedTheyre TaxcdTJIeFre TaxedTheyre
Theyre going go to tax taxLet baosjateins baosjateinsLet biecheisiwLet
Let married men stand taDCI pat patTho patTIle patThe
TIle law need put no tax ia oa them themTheir ttNmTMlr thomTheles
Their Theles wives attend to that
XeivicpnnerM Xe1V N wwpnpers pftv > r Shorlnpr Commendable CommendableReserve CommclulnbJeecerc ConmmciidnbleReserve
Reserve ecerc in IlcportinK Thaw Cases CascPra CasesPren Cnscfnm
fnm the Atlanta Uaat Caudtatioa CaudtatioaCommenting CautitatfoaCmmenOng CcnItutIoCmmenUng
Commenting on the isolated tendency to tocriticise tocnUcl8e tocriticise
criticise the Presidents intervention in the theThaw theThaw theThaw
Thaw case as an attempt to muzzle the thepress theIK thepress
IK press The Waahtn Washington toa Herald HeralIt says saysIt saysIt
It II L a dip teesad 1M oaeosblp of sews JHIQIt sewsIt
It to itepiy a Hep sp tensed OMSMCT Tk TIle mwtt usnpets usnpetsat f IS ISU a aHut
Hut at an faHowtac fIowis tIn Tb Thaw w uM tanMsh 1 alt Ms MsSMHOW 11Ibe lieMisous
SMHOW MaSt stolid to itoM UM nailing jrirt jrirtTo JlriTiIIIer tyt tytne
ne IIIer CIIIIIIM t to III t llcaWli lot Ute UteTo pabik pabikTo
To which sentiment we w append a hearty heartyAmen 1IcrtyIDeD heartyAmen
Amen AmenThere AmenThere
There te a vast difference between con censorship 08RIiOrahtP consorship ¬
sorship such as that contemplated by the therecent therecent therecent
recent report of the postal commission eo meitlelonand commissionsad commissionand
and stifling the sort of publicity that thatfinds thatftDdIi thatduds
finds its chief vent in making newspapers newspaperspurveyors JMW8PK JMW8PKpurveyors newspepargpurveyos
purveyors of licentious suggestion suggestionAnd suggestionAnd Q n nAD
And if The Herald has kept a careful carefuleye carefuleye carefuleye
eye on representative American AmnI news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers during the hut few Ce days it will willhave willhave 111 111have
have discovered that editors in every ever sec section ftCtion seetloii ¬
tion art ar making J8 this t distinction with 1th 1thwrPll a asurprising asurprising
surprising ng unanimity unanimityThe UDIUIlmltJThe unanimityThe
The press of o this country is conducted conductedon
on fairly sane and decent lines despite despitethe despitethe despitethe
the occasional occa tonal wail of o the pessimist pes to tothe tothe tothe
the contrary In glaring and significant significantcontrast slgDidcantcontraet nigulilcantcontrast
contrast Is the action of the reputed staid ataldand iltaldand staidand
and immaculate journals journa of England in ingreedily I Igreedily ipgreedIly
greedily printing every scrap of exag exaggerated exggerated exaggerated ¬
gerated or prurient news that bears on onthte onthl onthis
this reToItJ revolting g case caseAitxinnK caMAuxion caneAnxious
Anxious to Get Into Print PrintVitm PrintPren
Vitm the New York 9m 9mPolitical 9uPolitical SeaPolitical
Political writers and others familiar familiarwith familiarwith familiarwith
with the ways 711 and words of politicians politiciansremark poltUclanlireMark politiciansremark
remark that it is i the politician who whoshrieks whoslu1eka whoshzleks
shrieks the loudest against newspapers DewslMtperswho newspaperswho newspaperswho
who te out of bed at sunrise e to ace if his hiename hiliname hisname
name is printed in connection with any anysort an anIOrt anysort
sort of political function It is the th testi testimony teUJDOn7 test testmiany ¬
mony of most newspaper new paper offices In the thecountry theeountr thecountry
country that many politicians rival clergy clergymen clerumen clergymen ¬
men of a certain class cIa and vaudeville vaudevilleacton vaucl vaudeilleactors fm fmacton
acton and actresses of all 11 classes in their thaireagerness thoire theireagernees
eagerness e es and vanity to see their names namesIn namesIn S SIn
In print
Court Amenities AmcnitlcMThe AmeI1ItJc14PIeM Amenitiesprape
PIeM th ItdIR Pkflmdsls5e 1 1111 I Iublle tMww tMwwThe Le4pnThe
The learned district attorney tf rne has the themisfortune themWortune themisfortune
misfortune not t to know knowanythlMg anything of o the thelaw Utetaw thelaw
law lawThe
rite The learned l counsel labors under the thehandicap Utehandloap thehandicap
handicap of being an igneramucl igneramuclSir JlllwaM JlllwaMSir IgstotsmssesSir
Sir SirSir SirSIr SirSir
Sir to you youThen youThen youThen
Then the wheels 1s of justice resume rl their theirgrinding th theirgrinding tr trgrinding
grinding grindingMachine grindingachlne grindingMachine
Machine achlne Politic in Insurance InsuranceFnm Inllur1l1eeBrem InsuranceFrom
From UM B Boston tea Hendd HenddThe u uThe Ul5The
The Itt 1at Ot majority ajoritr for the administra administration administration administretion ¬
tion ticket of the Mutual Life looks Ilk Ilkan lIkan Ilkan
an overwnelminjj oQrW elmln triumph for a a very veryslick VfrysUck veryslick
slick machine
No Harmony Hnrmol1 There ThereObviously TJlcreObviouy ThereObviouely
Obviously the Senate Democrat are arequite arequite arequite
quite as much at sea over the election of ofa ofa
a successor Or to Mr Ir Blackburn as chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of their caucus caueps and floor leader of ofthe oftho ofthe
the minority aa they have been n from the thefirst thefirst th thfirst
first Efforts were made last t week to tosound tosound tosound
sound every DemoeraUc Senator on bill htechoice billoholce hisoholce
oholce and the report Is that hardly ar any anytwo an antwo anytwo
two of them were In agreement The re result re result restilt ¬
sult of the t existing situation will be that thatthe thattho thatthe
the whole matter will be postponed po tponefl to tothe tothe tothe
the next meeting meeUn of Congress Meantime MeaAUmethoy Meantimetlwy
they hope that political issues will so soshape 110Jlhape soshape
shape themselves them elv in the country that thattheir thatthefr thattheir
their party can he harmonized and welded weldedtogether welcle4tog weldedtogether
together tog her on at least one of the great greatquestions great greatque greatquestions
questions que tlon that will figure in the next nexttlonal na national netional ¬
tional campaign and If that happy con condition CODdltkm conditton ¬
dition shall 1111 be brought brou < bt about it te J be believed be beJllWed beltmed ¬
lieved that aggressive leadership satan naturally nataraUy satanaliy ¬
ally will develop so that there would wouldnot wouldnot wuIdnot
not have to be a struggle in the caucus caucusthat caucustJtat caucusthat
that probably would divide the minority minorityInto mlDorltyInto minorityInto
Into warring factions factlo It cannot be said saidthat saidi saidthat
i that at present there Is any factionalism factionalismn taetional taetionalIn
In n the Senate minority The condition condltJcmpeculiar te tepeculiar Ispeculiar
peculiar when hen it te remembered that there therete thereIa thereIs
te no marked harmony banoon of view or pur purpose puri parpeso ¬
i pose among the Democratic Senators SenatorsThey SenatorsThey
I They seem to be content to await a watt de developments de developmenUi dovelopmentg ¬
velopments in the country before Con agree agreeing agreeJ agreeleg ¬
leg J upon an aggressive Ye policy In Con Conjjress ConjTesS Congross
gross and one upon which they can all allunite aJI1InUe allunite
unite uniteSenator 1InUei uniteSenator
i Senator Bacons Bacon known attitude toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the leadership leade shlp Is believed to typify that thatof thato thatof
of o everybody e rbody elM who has h been mentionedfor mentioned mentionedfor tto ttoi
i for the hard and thankless t allkJ task The TheGeorgian TIMGeorgian TheGeorgian
Georgian has let It be known that he hewould hewould leewould
would not accept the place useless it itshould ItIIMukl Itshoukt
should come to him unsought and unani unanimously anna annameusly 1 1menal ¬
mously mouslyAlwnyK menal meuslyAlivays I IAJwn
AlwnyK AJwn a Politician PoliticianRepresentative loUtIcfnnRepraentattve IolitlclziuRepresentative
Representative Charles Char A A Townes an announced MIOUReId ensouncid ¬
nounced determination permanently pennaaea 7 to re retire re redre notire ¬
tire from politics with the expiration ex of ofthis ofthI otthis
this Congress is not accepted at its It full fullvalue tullTltJue fullvalue
value by persons who are intimately Intltelt lndmatel ac acquainted aeftIAted itoqualuted ¬
quainted with him They say that he be belongs be betothat beonsttht ¬
longs onsttht te tothat that numerous class of Americans Americansof AmerI AmerIof
of which President Roosevelt te the most mostconspicuous moetCOMpIeuOUIi mostconspicuous
conspicuous example who take to politics politicsand poUt1aaJMl politicsiiiI
and iiiI seek ale its rewards with the same me ardor ardorand ardorand ardorand
and energy as men of business buaI do in their thenvarious theirvarlous theirvarious
various avocations It te an interesting interestingfact InLerestID InLerestIDt Interestingfoot
fact t in our politics that when a man manonce manODee manonce
once becomes bitten of it he rarely ever everretires evernoUns
retires to private life IIt The late Russell Russell9age RuetISage Russellge
Sage ge started as a politician but quit and anddevoted andfetecl anddevoted
devoted himself with marvelous Ioua success successis
to money tIIOMJmakl moneymsklog making So did the present presenteWef preaentehIel presentchief
chief counsel of the Standard Oil fl Com Company OomPM7 Cornsalty ¬
salty Mr Elliot I1oC who who like 11 Sage served serveda ed eda
a term or two in Congress after he had hadheld badbold
held minor oces oae in Pennsylvania Pen But Butthe Butthe
the Hat of thte thu c class eC men te not a lone loneotte longone
one oneApropos
otteApropos Apropos pro of Mr r Townes Towne declaration of ofhte Ifl ofhis
his Intention l umtlon to wholly wIaoIl retire from poll politics polltics ¬
tics Willis J Abbott the newspaper DeWWpperaqtW man mansays
says that when be entered the University Universityof
of Michigan 1cbI Mr Towne Town who was w then a ajunior aJunior ajunior
junior la that great institution of learn toarntae Ieamtac learnlag
tae lag was pointed out to him the ant day dayas dayas 7 7the
as the best politician in school schoolAVlint 1tdIooLhat schooLWhat
What hat Tlllmnn Would Do DoWhile DoWhIle DoWhile
While Senator Seca TUlman te generally 17 JOe JOeranIed no nogarded e egarded
garded as the old man of the sea by bymany bDIAft7 bymany
many pennons pe whoM ideas of government governmentand SWelDlDeatbualn govcamenand
and business bualn he does not indorse he heshowed 111wed beshowed
showed wed in a little popup speech ia the theSenate tbesaae theSenate
Senate on Saturday that he te not ac acquainted ae aete4 nequninted ¬
quainted te4 with the significance aenee of nawdcal asaikalterms nawdcalterms 1 1In
terms termsIn v vIn
In attempting to get more light t from fromSenator fromSe fromSenator
Senator Se Aldrich on the Rhode Islander Islanderelastic 1aIaDderautic Islanderssisatic
elastic currency MB hID Mr TiUman ex exclaimed tteIaImed cxclaimed ¬
claimed claimedIf eIaImedoxt
oxt If the Senator from Rhode Island will willgive willlift willgive
give me the aeatred KgfctJ Ight I may be able aMeto ableto
to east anchor aadIorto to leeward lee em thte sMe sMeof IIeof slheor
of the chamber chamberTinman cblunberTIJ1man chamberTiUman
Tinman afterward at said Senator storwho Fry Frywho Frye Fryewho
who te aotnethm something of an ancient t tdont mariner marinerdont marinerdont
dont you know k tow that It ye 1M 1MaIIdIor abeaM east eastanchor eastanchor
anchor to leeward in a storm youd play pIaJthe playthe playthe
the devil with your shter shterThe ship shipThe r rTIM
The South Carolinian 8lu 8luht aeknojirtesised aeknojirtesisedthat wknovicdgdthat
that he did not notPresident notPreldelit notPresident
President and Turin TurinThe TlLrltrTIw ParitYThe
The discussion of the surprising surprI charac character dIa dIaDt charartea ¬
tea of the Presidents t reply to the me memorial IDe IDeJIIOItaI memotiaI ¬
morial from Massachusetts for Immediate Immediatetariff Immediatetarttr ImmediatetarIff
tariff revision has produced t from a high h h308fte highsource
an explanation of Mr RooeeveKs RooeeveKsattitude RooaeftItattitude Rooseveltsattitude
attitude on this question that will Inter Intereat Interthe Interost
eat the whole country The RepublIcanIM4Ien Republicanleaden Republican Republicanleaders
leaders hi Congress C heard the semi semlaothoritaUve eem1aaUlorttadve semiauthorttadve
aothoritaUve explanation hut week and andaccepted andaecepted andaccepted
accepted it at its fun fuDIt value valueIt valueIt
It te related upon the authority of Ofmember a amember amember
member of the Cabinet that the President
frankly acknowledges as Grover Clove Cleveland Cleyead Cloveland ¬
land did soon after he entered the White WhiteHouse WhIteHo WhiteHouse
House Ho that he knows know little about the thetariff thetnIK
tariff < and for that reason he has r rlutely rca reolutely rcalutely
lutely declined to recommend mmead revision to toCongress toCcmPe8L toCongress
Congress It I t is known that in the autumn autumnof aut1UnDoC autumnof
of UK 1 Mr Roosevelt prepared a speech speechfavoring apeeehfA speechfavoring
favoring fA vortng tariff revision which he was to todeliver todelher todeliver
deliver In Indiana but just before the thedate thedate thedate
date set for its delivery he was we compelled
to return to Washington WhI OB to have treated treatedthe treatedthe treatedthe
I the wound to one of his legs inflicted In Inthe IDthe Inthe
the trolley ear accident in Massachusetts Massachusettsa
a 5 short time previously When he arrived arrivedin
in Washington V oa he had to take up imme immediately 11IUDtdlate1y Immediately ¬
diately the settlement ttlement of the anthracite anthracitecoal utbradteeoa1 anthracitecoal
coal strike and this so absorbed his htethought histhought histhought
thought that he forgot aU about his tariff tariffreform tarUrrelonD tariffrelerm
reform speech h When When a few weeks week later laterhe lat laterhe r r1ae
he read over the speech b he called to his hteside hlaside hisside
side several of the greatest teat tariff experts expertshi exper experIn expertsIn
In the country and it was then that ie ielearned aelearned cclearned
learned for the first rat time that the tariff tariffwas tartlrwas tariffwas
was a much more involved and intricate intricatequestion Intricatequestion IntricatequestIon
question than he had realised it to be beFrom beFrom beFrom
From that moment be let it be known knownthat 1mowuthat knownthat
that until he had thoroughly thorou l mastered the thesubject theaubJect thesubject
subject in his own way and In i detail he hewould bewould hewould
would not undertake the herculean task taskof kof taskof
of forcing revision vl lon upon Congress Since Sincethen Sincethen Sincethen
then he has been preoccupied with ques questions que queUons questions ¬
tions of corporation control and regula regulation re reguladon la la1Io ¬
don 1Io and until he has b accomplished accompll bed some someof someof m mof
of the larger undertakings In this line he hehe hehe hehe
he will not take up connectedly the study studyof studyoC studyof
of a winning policy for tariff reform reformIt reformIt
It is stated on the same me authority here herequoted Jterequoted harequoted
quoted that the President may postpone postponealtogether poatpoueal postponealtogether
altogether al etber any an agitation a tadon for tariff reform reformuntil reformuntil reformuntil
until he leaves the White blte House e and andthat aadthat acedthat
that then theupertuLpe perhaps from his seat In the theSenate tbeSenatehe theSenatehe
Senate Senatehe he will lead the fight for revi revision revistone newtstore ¬
stone However should the exigencies or ofhte orhis orhis
his party demand his renominatkm next nextyear Jlext1ear nextyear
year he would probably make tariff urt < re revision re revteIon novision ¬
vision the paramount issue of the cam campaign eaIftpf campaign ¬
pf paign
Postponed Not ot Settled SettledFNM ScttJel1I Settlediriia
I FNM UM 1 Ptttrtmrx Dtantca DtantcaThis DlihThis tdL tdLThitl
This Japanese business has been a amixture amixture amixture
mixture of buneombe and bluster ter and HI its itspresent Itpresent Itspresent
present termination seems Hkety JI Ikp1 b to tocharactenstle be becharacteristic becharacteristic
characteristic The compromise reached reachedmay rMcltedmay reachodmit
may mit suit the present executives of the theUnited theI theUnited
I United States Stat and San Francisco lIrR Hut Huthow nuthow lInthow
how about their successors f Would It not nothave nothave nothavo
have been better to have had a straight straightdecision Itnilhtdec8lon straightdecision
decision from the Supreme Court Oourt Inter Interpreting biterpretlng ntPr ntPrpreUo ¬
preting preUo the point of constitutional CO law in involved Iftvolved hivolved ¬
volved AJd settling the matter for all alltime allUnte alltime
time one way or the other otherTruth otherTruth otherTruth
Truth in Kansas KansasPrtsa IvnnvniFrom inmmJIIl
From l Uw Kanaw Ka City JOKIM JOKIMThe JJThe JenasiThe
The editor of the Barber County Index Indexdoes IJM1cxl100s IndextiDes
does not mean to mislead any one Since Sincethe Slnuthe Slatethe
the pass is no more more he has taken out the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad time cards and runs I this Instead InsteadTrains InsteaclUTrafD8 insteadTrains
Trains are due when you see the smoke smokeIiternllr amokIiternllr smokeIiiicxetlly
Iiternllr IiternllrIfom IiternllrJf IiiicxetllyisH
Ifom isH the ClcTcimd lias 1 Deafer DeaferBorahant nIPrBoroJtamYou DealerBorolmmYou
BoroJtamYou Borahant You can see from what Ive Ivebeen I Ibe rv rvbedim
been n telling you how 00 clever my y dog is isTheres jJTheres isTheres
Theres no dog on earth like UkeScorehemIll him himScorehem hleScorehemIli
Scorehem ScorehemIll Ill accept that last Instment State Statement st tt ttment ¬
Absurdity of Rc RCJardlng Regarding fardinff Them as in inAny InAny InAny
Any Sense Parochial UPnrocJlIaJPnIM ParochialFnm ParochialFm
Fnm Fm the 11 BRlUewn we News NewsThe NenThe NewsThe
The groat economic political moral moraland moreland
and social problems that have come oem to tothe t tothe
the front in the past half dozen year yearare ye yserdSri ri riare
are of a magnitude and a difficulty that thatwould thatwotlld thatwould
would make the tll use of the word Ord pa paroehtal parochia
roehtal 11 to designate them a palpable ab absurdity Absurdlt7 nbsurdlty
surdity The problems presented l by the themodern themodern themodern
modern concentration of ownership and andcontrol andcontrol andcontrol
control Or of capital tal difficult as they the are fn fnthemselves fntllIT fnthemselves
themselves are complicated in our ease easeby eILJ4by easeby
by the question que Uon of the limits of Federal Federalpower Federalpower ederalpower
power on the one hand and State author authority aUUlOrIty authority ¬
ity on the other The question of honest honestand oneattand honestand
and evident enforcement of existing ut tlng laws lawsas JawwIU lowsas
as well as that of the enactment of new newlaws newIa newlaws
laws Ia to meet new conditions has en engaged en enP88d engaged ¬
gaged the attention of the country COUfttrTperhaptl as asperhaps asperhaps
perhaps never before Alongside of all allthte alltIaII nflthis
this we have here N as In ether countries countriesa eountrlea
a rising rt tide of socialistic opinion to be bereckoned HreeJtooe4 horeckoned
reckoned with and to be taken tak into ac account ACcomat nccount ¬
count both in the u world of thought thov t and andIn andIn andIn
In the world of political action actionIt AtionIt actionIt
It te evidentto everybody d that there therete Utereanatter thereI
te I matter la the situation sufficient to en engage eIIthe engage ¬
gage the beat < energies of our best and andwisest andwt antiwisest
wisest and most patriotic men menthat that we weshall weshall weshall
shall have our hands fuM for the next nextdecade nextdeeade nextdecade
decade or two at least grappling with withour wtdlour withour
our own great domestic problem and andhave andhave
have 11 no need to assume tasks to which whichthe whlehthe whiskthe
the spirit r1t of our institutions te alien tlen for forthe torthe forthe
the mere sake of doing work that Is teworthy Isworth Isworthy
worthy worth of our giant minds The upa uparoeblal pa parochial panoehial ¬
rochial view te certainly uppermost u now nowadays DOWadal nowdas ¬
adays das only nobody thinks of aI aItbat applyingthat applying applyingthat
that adjective to It it And hi working to tosolve tosolve tosolve
solve the railroad problem to adjust the thelimits tileJlmlts thelimits
limits of Federal power to determine the theattitude 1Mattltude theattitude
attitude of the nation in the face of the thesocialistic 1Moetaltstk thesocialistic
socialistic propaganda propepndaln in short ah as the theConstitution theConstltuU theConsUtutton
Constitution II has It It to establish justice justiceinsure J justiceluure 8tJce 8tJcedODMW
insure domestic C tranquillity provide for forthe Corthe forthe
the common defense dete promote the thewelfare generalwelfare general generalwelfare
welfare and secure re the blessings of Ub liberty Ubert7 Uberty ¬
erty to ourselves OUVM and our poaterltyrthe poaterltyrthebest ty tbe tbebeat
best minds and hearts of the nation will willfind wiDand willlied
find as a grand nd and noble a field of en endeavor eDdeavor endenver ¬
deavor as has ever engaged the energies energiesof energiesofagreat
of ofagreat c great t people peopleSPECIFIC peopleSPECIFIC peopleSPECIFIC
lion They May lnT He Made In Case of ofSpecial of51eclal ofSpecial
Special Agents Afcntlltile Agentsylua A Rent RentFloat
Float tile New X York Journal J of fIlIt C CIt Cue CueIt
It Is highly hi hl Important that Congr Congrshould srshould Congress Congressshould
should act upon the information which whichthe whJclathe whichthe
the Senate has elicited In Its request for forInformation torJufonnatloAU forinformatIon
Information JufonnatloAU as to the number of special specialemployes edaIemplo specialemployas
employes emplo It should extend tetMI the civil civilservice drtltee civilservice
service tee requirements requhe as far as te pos possitoie posThIll peeslide
sitoie slide This can be done without trouble troublein
in the case of the bulk of the special specialagents apedaIen specialagenta
agents en now In the service of the Census Censusand CeIMnI8aaad Censusand
and of o many other offices Further Furtherthan Furtherthan Furtherthan
than this Congress COIS should should in making makingappropriations JIIcIDfapproprlatlonli makingappropriations
appropriations require from the different differentdepartments dtUerflatdepArtmenta differentdeptrtments
departments a specific ftc detail of the num number number mumher ¬
ber and assignments of the specials who whoare wbfJare whoare
are to be needed and should appropriate appropriatemoney appropriateDIODey appropriatemoney
money for these and for these alone atoneNo aloneNo aloneNo
No ramp sum appropriations are need needed needed needed ¬
ed or should be tolerated Where special specialagents lIf edala specialagents
agents a Q cannot positively and specifically specificallybe peeUteaU
be named and their duties given they theycan theycaa theycan
can at least be enumerated and their gen general geaeral gencml ¬
eral line of o work can be described It Itwas J Itwas t twas
was doubtless tJeM unavoidable in establish establishing establishbig tabUsb tabUsbIDe ¬
big some of the new services to exempt exemptthem exemptthem exemptthem
them from the operation of civil service serviceruls enlcenaI servicerules
rules naI but there te now no reason why whysuch whJnrh whysanh
such exemption should be continued It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should be terminated and all the new em employes em employes empoyes ¬
ployes poyes forced to conform to the usual analquJrementL re requirements noquirements ¬
quirements quirementsTEXAS quJrementLTEXAS quirementsTEXAS
Por Culbernoti Only Onl In Event of Xc Xcbruiknnr Xebraakann c cbrftknn
bruiknnr Declination Declinationfrom DecJJnationu Declinationlien
from the liomtnm fmL fmLThat tttTb PestTht
That Senator Culberson measures u Vit to toPresidential toi toPresidential
i Presidential stature twe to an respects Is well wellrecognised wellhy wellrecognised
recognised by Democrats everywhere everywhereNet everywhereNot
Not one of ear national leaders to his 111IIaupertor hissuperior hissuperior
I superior and if the conditions Oft 1o should be bepropitious bet bepropitious
propitious t next year Texas would esteem esteemit
lit it an honor to present him to the th country countryaa uatry uatryIa
aa la all rcI respects worthy of Hs greatest greatestoace 51atatcNke greatestAt
oace oaceAt cNkeAt
At the present t moment 1DOIDe moment t however It It4I is isdiatcult IsdUult
diatcult to tell what the situation will 111 be bea hea bea
a year hence h A year ago the Democracy Democracyof
of practically every State in the Union UnionTexas UalonTexas lnionTexan
Texas among others otlN declared for William WilliamJ
J Bryan Mr Bryan has bas never said that thathe tbathe thathe
he would be willing < to accept the nomi nomination nomlRation nomination ¬
nation or rather he has never neve said that thathe thatlie thathe
he would not accept It It Much depends dependstherefore dependstbf dependstherefore
therefore tbf > refore upon the attitude of Mr Bryan Bryanwhen BIIUtwhen Bryanwhen
when the time comes to select delegates deletateaTf delegatesTexas delegatesTexas
Texas Tf > XU would not desire under the circum circumstances elrcum8ta dream dreamStances ¬
stances 8ta to place her distinguished senior seniorSenator 8e seniorSenator lor lorSeDator
Senator in the attitude of competitor eom Utor with withXr withXI with4r
Xr Bryan for the honor nor would Sena Senator Senator Seamstoi ¬
tor Culberson occupy such an attitude attitudeSo atttt1NleSo attitudeSo
So far as the Post is concerned It be believes be believes beIleven ¬
lieves that if Mr Bryan Bn should decline to tolead to1ea4 tolead
lead the light next year the party t will be becompelled becompelled becompelled
compelled to select se < t the candidate from a agroup aup agroup
group up of Southern statesmen 2tate men who now nowstand no nostand nowstand
stand at the head of party part affairs In Inthat Intbat Inthat
that event the name of Culbercon could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be be ignored and Texas would probably probablyinsist probablyin probablyinsist
insist upon presenting pr his hl name to the theconvention theconvention theconvention
TIle Sunday Sqnlln Comic Supplement SupplementProm SnppJementPna SupplementFma
Prom the Tnem Uuimait UuimaitThe uwThe UeisesiaThe
The dally newspaper fc among the most mostuseful mostaetul mostuseful
useful growths wtM of modern ctviHsattoa ctviHsattoabat ctv IRtioabut ctvWsatloabut
but it sometimes 1IODt ° om sends forth edorg too toorank toorank toorank
rank and pungent l for babes and suck sucklings suck1Inp suckllngs ¬
lings The source of news should there therefore theretore therefore ¬
fore be selected with 1tb some reference to toIts tou toIts
Its u effect upon the minds of the young youngBig youngred youngBig
Big red headlines and ghastly Sba lliustrR lliustrRtfong 111118Uatloll8 Illustrethins
thins of crime may be of service to the thestudent tbestudent thestudent
student of sociology loIogy perhaps but the im impressions ImPresaloM hapreasions ¬
pressions they make upon children may maydo JJNlJdo mnydo
do lasting harm As for the Sunday Sundaycomic Sundaycomic Sundaycomic
comic supplement to use a slangy but ap appropriate aproprlate appropniate ¬
propriate > phrase it should be cut out outBeyond outBeyond outBeyond
Beyond a doubt as generally conceived conceivedK
It is likely to lower the mental mcntal inoral inoraland peoral peoraland IAl IAlal1d
and artistic tone of the human mind and anddebase andclebue anddebase
debase the sense of humor Into > a fond fondness tondfor fondacm ¬
ness for horseplay horseplayA
A Testimonial TestimonialFrom TetImonlnlln TestimonialTeen
From the PMteaohmfa PWk Pbhadeii M Pubic rIIerTbere LeSserThere Lesser LesserThere
There is a clever and gallant young youngfellow youngfellow OUngtellow
fellow attached to the British Embassy BIII mbatssy tUWy at atWashington atWas atWashington
Washington Was t tnft who since ROe his advent into intothe jntothe intothe
the official set at the National Capital Capitalhas Capitalbaa Cepitalhas
has achieved quite a a reputation as a wit witOne witOne witOne
One afternoon on the clever attache was wasreceiving wureeelvln wasreceiving
receiving reeelvln the finishing touches at the thehands thebaucI8 th thbands
hands of a pretty manicurist on Connecti Connecticut ConneetJcut Connecticut ¬
cut avenue when with limpid dyes she shelooked sheIookeel shelooked
looked at him and said saidWe 8idWe saidWe
We are so grateful for any testimonials testimonialsfrom te testiznomzlalzfrom tlmonta1s tlmonta1sfrom
from our patrons Do you mind mindOn mindOn mindOn
On the contrary I should be delight delighted ¬
ed responded the Briton Then taking takinga taklltScard
a card he wrote wroc thereon the following followingand toUowtngad followingand
and ad handed it to her herTheres herTberes herTheres
Theres a divinity that shapes our ourends oureII ourejids
ends eII
raft n Logical Candidate CandidateFiem CnncUdntctile CandidateFan
Fan the OMo 01 State SIB Stat JtnamL JtnamLRoosevelt JunastRoonevelt
Roosevelt to with the people He has hasbeen hasa hasbeen
been a faithful tribune but he will soon soonrelinquish onreHfttluish soonrelinquish
relinquish the leadership ro whom Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the most Important question that ha hacome bas baseome lenscome
come before the people since 19H There Thereto
Is no man standing so close to where whereRoosevelt whereRoo whereRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo velt stands ae Judge Taft and andthere alldII acedtheve
there te 1 tto man that Roosevelt R elt wotdti wotdtirather wJultlraUNr wshlrather
rather see succeed him than Judge J Taft TaftIts TGftIt TaftIts
Its It Maiden Jlnl cn Name NameFroes SamcPNMP NanicFan
Fan PNMP PNMPLbek Peek PeekLbOk Pw PwLbek
Lbek here Mr demanded cJ ded the drummer drummerwho drummarI drgmrnurwho
I who had just descended tle tl from the train trainat tmlnI traletat
I at Lobstockville what is that hotel you youare youare 01 01are
are caning I never heard of it before beforeWhy MrorWh7 beforetWhy
Why boss replied the colored porter porterdis porterdll porterdis
dis am de new name for de old house houseHotel house houseHotel houseHotel
Hotel Hungerford nee Occidental yo yoknow yoknow 0 0know
know sah
fOne Oneman Mn can lead a horse te water waterbut cittrbut t tbut
but twenty cant make him drink and andthat udthat amidthat
that Is tb the identical proposition that the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor of our State te up against re remarked reJlltUkeq remarked ¬
marked Hon Jake Fisher of Sutton SuttonW suuonVa Suttonv
W v Va a member of the State senate at atthe atUse atthe
the Raleigh RaleighCor RAlefghGo RaleighGot
Got Go Dawson has certain views about abouttaxation bout bouttCatlon abouttxatIon
taxation which wb b h he was unable to impress impresson
on the legislature the regular ular session sessionof Ionof sessionof
of which but recently ended although althoughthat altbouchthat althoughthat
that body Is overwhelmingly overwhclmt Republican RepublicanIn RepublicanInUM RepublicanInthe
In InUM the doejng clo nl day days we passed certain certaintax certaintax certaintax
tax laws that were a modification of ofthoae oftltoee ofthose
those the t governor wanted This failed failedto tanfflto failedto
to meet th the views vie of hi his excellency and andh aDd1M andhe
h 1M called Jed us back In extra session day daybefore daybefore daybefore
before yesterday his proclamation going goingte som somthe goingto
te the extraordinary length 1en tb of specify specifying apecltylog specifylug ¬
log the particular bill which he desiredto d tledto desired leanedto
to be enacted Nothing N otbt like this was ever everattempted everattemJMe4l everattempted
attempted so f fa r as I know in the thehistory th6hfsterT thehistory
history of this country The idea of or ordering ordermg ordoming ¬
doming a legislature te pass a a designated designatedMil defJiKD8tedbill designatedbill
bill seem the height of absurdity abwrdit but butthis butOIls butthis
this is just what GOT Dewson did didWell diLWell didWell
Well we e met and uoar adjourned till to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrowand ¬
morrow morrowand and I think wttt keep on ad adjourning adJoarnhag adjourniag ¬
journing It IB true that the governor governorcan IOftmJfCAA governorcan
can keep calling us back bw but tit if ho cant cantget eaJ1tget cantget
get his laws passed he will grow weary wearyof wearyot wearyof
of Issuing his proclamations after awhile awhileThe awhileThe awhilerho
The The trouble te that his taxation theo theories tbeoMea theerica ¬
Mea have Ye proved a a rank failure The TheState Th ThState s sState
State of West Virginia Vh te now threatened threatenedwith utened1th threatenedwith
with 1th a a mttttendollar deficit deficit and Coy OovDawson GovDa CoyDRwOn
Dawson Da 110ft te groping about in the dark try tryIng try1ng trying
Ing to and a way out of o the MMculty MMcultySo
So far he has been been turned down dew by the thelegislature theJe theegfal4ure
Je legislature ure of hte own party faith IaItJI and I Ido 1do Ido
do not think Jail extra session sesIo expedient expedientwin DJ Idientv1U expedientwill
win get t him out of Ids tranbtt tranbttTwo trvUbIt trvUbItTwo iroubkTwo
Two prominent Intermarried citizens el ansof citizensof ettisensof
of the Cherokee Nation iatIo atIoD Messrs J S SDavenport saport sDareaport
Davenport and W P MeClellan jeCIeUaa are at attb attIM atthe
tIM tb National The latter has lived down downthere downtiler downthere
there tiler for or thirty 7 years and in I conversa conversation cellteraaUon casveraalieu ¬
lieu with a Herald reporter regarding regardingtfe regardingthe Dg Dgttae
the tfe intermingling of the whites w and In Indian IncJJau Indian ¬
cJJau cJJauuIf dian said saidIf saidIf
uIf If you go down into the Cherokee Na Nation NaI Natic ¬
tion tic you will see thousands then of handsomeyoung handsome handsomeyoung me me8U
young 8U g men and beautiful young women womenwho womenwho
who are the theofCaprbag offspring of white fathers fatherswith f fatherswith ther ther1th
with 1th the Cherokee women In most cases casesno cassI cas s snoons
no noons one would think of tidal second genera generation paeraUcm generatic ¬
I tic as being other than of the Anglo AngloSaxon AnsIoSaxoa AngloSaxon
Saxon race The girls gt are as fair a acomely 81 acomeLy
comely as refined aa their sister of ofed ofunnIxed t teel
unnIxed ed blood and Just ae stylish in inir inI inthIr
thIr ir dress The boys are as bright t and andmanly andIMJIJy andmanly
I manly a set ef C your 11I fellows aa a can br brfound bffoood befound
found There Is nothing < about them to todifferentiate todtlrflftlltlate todifferentiate
differentiate them from young white whitemen whitemea whitemen
men meaI
I menAnother Another thing te that these mixed mixedMoods mixedare mixedbloods
Moods are stronger er physically pI1 than the thepore thepure thepure
pure Indian stock hardier sad less like likely Uk UkI likely ¬
I ly to fan a prey to that disease which whichcarries wblchII whichcantles
II carries off so many 7 of the foBbiooas tv fuUbleo con consutnptioa eon4 eon4HIIIpU connum
HIIIpU HIIIpUI num sutnptioa sutnptioaThere
I There H no question but t at that at there thereare thereare
I are a more people In San Fraaeteeo l than thanbefore thanbefore thanbefore
before the earthquake said Mr Sol N NSheridan No NSheridan
Isbertdaa IIsbertdaa Sheridan of eftllat that city at the New Wil Wiiktrd WilJant Willard
lard JantI
ktrdThe p pThe
I The old town te tike Bk a great miningI miningcamp mining miningcamp
camp it Is a veritable hmaaa Ja hoe hive hiveand blveaJM1 hiveamid
I and the scene of uanrecedeoted II K 1 activity activityNightfall activit activitNlt activityNightfall
Nightfall Nlt tfall does not ussjutini building buildingoperations buildingoperations
I operations but the work goes on every everyhour eve eveI ever everhour
I hour of the twentyfour with u llmla llmlaIIIIHd andiminIshed dimin dimintehed
IIIIHd tehed vigor The reconstruction te pushed pushediwttb pushedwith poshedwith
iwttb with feverish haste for more than one onereason onereuo onereason
reason The chief cause te that such great greatinterests grea greatInterests t ti
i interests as the Pair Crocker and Flood Floodestates FloodMlat Floodestaten
estates Mlat must ofneeessity rebuild their theirproperties theirpropertle theirproperties
properties in order that they may once oncemore Otkemore onceatone
more produce revenue Then te BO lack hickOf lackot lackof
Of money to bring brI this about and expense expensete
Is sot t considered coa Iered as te seen in the ab abnormally ab abty abenormally ¬
normally ty high wages given workmen workmenAlready WOIIaD8AlIMdy workmenAlready
Already the Latin Quarter Quar the section sectioninhabited 8eCtioned sectionInhabited
inhabited ed by the Italians Greeks and andSpaniards andSpaaianls andSpaniards
Spaniards the North Beach section has hasbeen basbeen hanbeen
been completely restored The Idea that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the business bu t portion of the city will not notagain DOtaptn notagain
again be downtowr Is a mistake take Busi Business Buaiaes Busino ¬
ness no houses will w I be Just where they used usedto udto usedto
to be but the wholesale who trade will have haveIts MeIts haveits
Its habitat south of Market street In the thevicinity thevlebdty thevicinity
vicinity of the railroad terminate terminateAH tenIIIaaILAX terminalsAll
AH the oldfashioned Democrats of ofPennsylvania orPyI ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PyI M said Mr J A A Searight a aretired Rretlrecl aretired
retired capitalist of Untontewn Pa at atthe attbe atthe
the Arlington of whom I am one one had hadcherished hadeltelUhed hadcherished
cherished high hopes that In Senator SenatorBailey SeaatlfBaller SeszatrDailey
Bailey of Texas our party was going to tohave tohave tohave
have a leader who would bring back the theDemocracy theDemoeraey theDemocracy
Democracy into Its t8 oldtime ascendency ascendencyMy uceadenl uceadenlMy aieeadeneyMy
My conviction Is that he was cut out for forjust forJust forjust
just this mission and no man regrets regretsmore r regretsmore tg tgmore
more than myself t the unfortunate cir circumstances circumotances ir irCUlR8tanees ¬
cumstances which temporarily at least leasteclipse leastecllp leasteclipse
eclipse Ida preatsje preatsjePerhaps iweetloePerhaps p pPeIhatwl
Perhaps after all the party rty may have haveto haveto haveto
to fall back on a Pennsyivanlan and I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want to tell you that In Mayor Quthrie Quthrieof GvtItrleof Guthzieof
of Pittsburg we have a splendid speci specimen specimen sped spedmen ¬
men of Democracy a man who te in
every way fit to be President Perhaps on onaccount ona onsEcount
account a of the tremendous RepublicaneDxlon Republicancomplexion Republican Republicancomplexion
complexion of our State ate his nomination nominationmight aomIaationJ nominationmight
might J not be thought expedient but did didhe didhe didhe
he hail from a doubtful or Democratic DemocraticNorthern DemocraticNorthern DemocraticNorthern
Northern State State his availability would Im Impress Impres Iapress ¬
press Itself on the nation nationMessrs aaUoftMe nationMessrs
Messrs n E Eo I L Medler ed1er and dark Iark Carr Carrof CarroC Cornof
of Albuquerque K MeL are at the Snore Snoreham Shoreham iore ioreham
ham The latter te the son of the well wellknown weliknown wellknown
known general while Mr Medler te as assistant unt ansItant ¬
sistant nt United States district attorney attorneyOur attenteyuOur attorneyOur
uOur Our country conn try said he be was never In Insuch inh insuch
such h splendid condition oon as at present presentYou pre presentYou ent entYou
You have heard how all our sheepmen sheepmenhave sbeepmel1have sheepmenhave
have grown to be plutocrats with lambs lambsselling Jambsselltn lambsselling
selling selltn at i a head But strange t as it itmay itmay itmay
may sound here New Mexico is going goingto goingto ng ngto
to develop into a a fine agricultural region regionthrough r regionthrough n ntbrough
through the magic of the lately discovered discovereddry dItIcoYereddry discovereddry
dry fanning policy Lands that used to tobe tobe tobe
be thought utterly worthless worthl because of oftheir ofUtftr oftheir
their aridity are now producing bountiful bountifulcrop bountifulcrop bountifulcrops
crop cropThe cropThe crops cropsThe
The attorney a general of Georgia Hon HonJohn HonJohn HonJohn
John C Hart Is at the New Willard WillardHe lWudHe WillardHe
He is here h h4re On the celebrated case of the theState theState theState
State of Georgia against the Duckworth DuckworthCopper DuckworthCopper DuekworthCopper
Copper Company which has been before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the United States S tt Supreme Court for soy several soyeral ¬ J Jeral
eral years ye < r The town of Duckworth Duckworthis
is on the border line of Georgia G and Ten Tennessee Tenn6S Tenacsee ¬
nessee n6S ee and the people who live in the theformer thejormer theJormer
jormer < former State claim that the fumes arising arisingfrom amistugIrma atng atngfnnn
from the copper plants on the Tennessee Tennesseeside Teaaesseeside Tennesseeside
side are absolutely ruinous to vegeta vegetation vagetathin ta tatlon ¬
thin and annihilate crops crop for many ftT miles milesof milesor milesof
of neighboring country countryThese countryThese countryThese
These fumes from the copper works workssaid workIIIsaId icorkssaid
said Judge Tud e Hart Hart actually kill the tim timber Umber timher ¬
ber for a distance of fifty mites The Thedestruction Thed8StrucUoD Thedestruction
destruction of the timber ruins the land landand JaDdnnd landand
and makes agriculture rlclture Impossible ImpossibleMiss ImpossIbleMiss
Miss 111 May ay Irwin 111 te among the latest of oftiie ofthe ofthe
the guests of the Shoreham ShorehamExCongressman ShorelaaExCongr SliorehinsExCongrossasan
ExCongressman ExCongr John ba X Laaeb of ofTerra ofTorN ofTerre
Terra Haute Hut lad te at the New WBterd WBterdMr WlllanlMr WillardMr
Mr Lamb te still a militant m JtaJlt Mesaner mbdr of oftho oftho ofthe
tho unterriJIed Democracy Democtae7teW and ire iretold hetold
told a Herald reporter that he oxaected oxaectedto eziectedto 1llCted 1llCtedto
to see a a Democratic President Pre8Ideatthe occupying occupyingthe
the White 1tJt Hones e subsequent blequeDt to March MarehlQQO 4 4Tlicy 4igie
Tlicy Thc Were cre Afirccd AfirccdI tgrccdFieet rcetJ rcetJlfreM
I Tf lfreM lfreMThe irTOCn IM ln i casve casveThe MB nph nphThe
The new servant presente presented ed her refer references referenoes referenoes ¬
enoes and the mistress read thorn over overI
I am not quite satisfied tI with offb your our ref references refete refoneness ¬
oneness C4IS Jane she said saidNayther BaldNxyther
ft ftNayther
Nayther am m I mom responded r e4l the thostalwart tJlestalwart thestalwart
stalwart maid but theyre the beat I Xcould Icould Icould
could get

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