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f 1011I am tta 1iL They scatter scat to all parta of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the hind Some are to return D Others Othersso Otherso Otbergo
so o net te t come back We v shall ba1L aU miss missthem mtutheIR mtasthem
them alL 11 Never Nn be it saM of ns that thatwe thatC thatwe
we C ever complained of having Congress Congressn Cotigre Cotigreon res reson
on < > n out haisfs Not we wl We e should like likeCongress JIMOIIgIMil likeongr
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ourselves as Congress sees ie us i and per perihane perlh perehaxws
ihane lh praAt INIILbl by it itSometimes Itt1mes It ItSnmetlmes
Sometimes t1mes looking Jookl through a aduk17 glass glassdarkly glassIarkly
darkly seeing eda things that we we for the thelife the1ir theii
life 1ir ii tc c of us cannot eaaa t see Het Congress troubles troublesus
us is But te It only for the moment We Weknow Weknow e eknow
know Congress Coo Congre likes us i as we like 1IHce 1IHceIL Ilk Coo Coograss Congrtea
grass IL We feel that Congress has ha our ourgood ourgood ourgoud
good at heart always We re are convinced convincedtoo oonvlnee4too eonyInc eonyInctoo
too that Congress Is proud of tide grand grandCapital MI gMCat
Capital Cat I in which ialeh we Bve and nd move mov and andhave audIta aMbaf
have Ita baf our bemgr b When Congress storms stormsnt stOrJrulnt stormsLt
nt Lt ns and calls us bad names when whenruttoes wbenctkQ8 wheneuhoes
ruttoes of denunciation reverberate reverberatethrough reverberatethouch reverberatethrough
through the Cajritol CajMtoIwMR lto1whea when these things thingsoccur tbI tbIt thIn thIntM
occur t tM l ur to wound ns as often they the do cIo we wetell ft fttell Wetell
tell onrsehree OI that Congress Con after aU allreatty aU1all7 aUmsUy
reatty does 4ou not mmm uin it It We all have haveoar 11 11our hoytnur
oar bad days and our bad nights do we wenot wenot Wenot
not Congress 00B does not uniformly sleep sleepwHl ajeepwfll sleepw41
wHl and enjoy its breakfast kfut and come comedown co coo cornstioWO
down o to bnsmoss bright anti smiling and andat ILI1dat andat
at peace with all the world So we make makefan mallefa makealP
fan fa alP allowance every ever time We try to tob tobn2lr toboar
b boar ar at 1 mud the fact that we weUte the Die District DIat Dietilet ¬
trict t rict of Columbia CoIUIIIbIa4re ere here he under Con CongreM CongreW Congies
greW gies very nose DOM and therefore it te the themost themoat theiiott
most natural thing thl la the world for forto X2pn X2pngreas n ngre
greas gre to rail atsis af ns when Congress ongeas must mustrail muttrail oM oMTall
rail at something methl or somebody 8OI There Thereare Tberere ThereAre
are re plenty of other extenuating circum circumstances cttevmtaneel cfreumetane ¬
etane stances also Of coarse ooune we would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather Congress Cogie would not do it Itwe Itwewould Itwewould we wewould
would be much happier If Congress s would wouldnever wouldnev wouldnever
never nev get op with a bad taste in itt itemonth Itlln101ItII ittmouth
month and make oa the subject jeet of its itspainful ltalltal ItsjlnCuI
painful ltal lIfvItlradwbut tirades tiradeebuL but after all aU aUIs 11 Congress Congressis Congr CongrIs
is munaa Only our feelings 1 1lti are areworth hurt hurtworth t twortJa
worth mentioning 1DM meutlongbut bUt but we soon frrget tt ttCongress ItC6 L LCci
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ph < i and friend all 11 the dmaand time and we are areCongress anC areCoire
Congress C Coire triend We are bound together togetherby te togetherby eth ethhy
by ties that cannot be broken We pro proTXH pnJto proto
TXH to stand by Congress In session and nd
out for f I we know ltflO that Congress C In the theend tHep theend
end p can be depended depen ed upon to stand taDd by byus byu byUI
us u It te 1 a friendship Ip stanch and true trueAs trueAa trueAs
As we have already al y said Id we shall ball ballour miss missour mliiour
our good friends of Congress C We are arewrry arePOtTY areorry
POtTY to see them go SO7e8 yea we are truly trulyAnd trul trulA trulyAnd
And A n4 we know kilo they will mu miss us They Theyiunnot he7eumGt Theyctnttt
iunnot help miming tnJ us us As they scatter scatterover acatteroer scatterover
over this broad and glorious country of ofours loun atours
ours oun they wiN wi we are sure aure have only onlypleasant ORbpleaaat onbpIeawt
pleasant me memories of us 0 aM win be for forever forever forever ¬
ever singing our praises telling tern of the thebeauties 1Mbeautlea thebeauties
beauties of the Capital the comforts we weenjoy weenjoy weenjoy
enjoy the advantages here not to be befound befOUH befound
found ta other cities cltJNa all of which wbJeh to its itseverMMting ItatVerle ItseverlesMog
everMMting tVerle tt credit Congress Congm has gen generously sear01hlly gentrotaly ¬
erously helped be1 to provide and for which whichthe 1bIehthe whichthe
the country no less than the District ef efColnmbta efCoIwmbla ofCoIemb4s
Colnmbta will be everlastingly grateful gratefulAnd xratefuJAJNt gratefulAid
And so we wish for Congress a pleasant pIeantvaclUoD plehsantvacation pleasantvacation
vacation To those who are coming II back backand backaDCl beckand
and those who will 1 stay at home been we weextend weex weextd
extend ex our heartiest felicitation felicitationGoodby tellclatloGfIod1I1 fellcttatlonsGoodby
Goodby and God bless you Congress CongressGod CoqreaGo4t CongniisGod
God fetese 1 you one ofleang and all aHSenator allS allStouter
Senator S Bailey should not no abuse Mr MrHearst MrHr3t str strHiirSt
Hearst Perhaps Mr Hearsts opposition sposItlanhelped oppositionhelped JlDIiUeft JlDIiUefthel
helped hel aJMg aJS g the vindication vindicationLet vtaiUeal vtaiUeala vtaiUealLet YtM1etOkLet
Let Let the Knocking Jnoc lng Cease CeaseWe C CeoseWe OSe OSeWe
We have deplored from tromthe the first rtt the theclamor Uaeel theelaiier
clamor el and fuss stirred up concerning concerningthe eo ena enaibep1
the ibep1 proposM rbeOd great naval pageant at at the theJamestown tIMJ theJomOstown
Jamestown J Exposition For those wbe whothrow wbethrew wbethrow
throw cold water upon this splendid en enterprise enlerprl enterpruut ¬
terprise we have had more pity than thanscorn aa thanoru
scorn oru out t we have watched their thetrtO gyro gyrations gyrotout ¬
tout tO 8 with sorrow and distress for all of oftlmt ofthnt ofthAt
thAt tlmtWe thAtIe
We Ie e feel sure however howev that all objec objection objeetlot objectIoit ¬
tion Will be withdrawn to naval val and Zulu military DaillarcIIItpJas Zulutarydleplays ¬
larcIIItpJas tary displays when the announcement a sinks sinksinto sinbInt enksInto
into Int the minds of the reformers that the theAnsJent en theAncient
Ancient n t and Honorable Artillery of Bos Boston Boeto Bo Botona ¬
ton to tona will be b on hand to keep the peace peaceand peaceand peaceand
and see e that all goes forward with that thatdignity th thdtnltr thtdignity
dignity the assembled nations have the theright tlMrl therlgn
right rl lt to expect upon that momentous momentousoccasion momentoU8oC momentousoccitsion
occasion oC < asjon Yes Indeed that splendid and andtruly aDdtrul andtruly
truly trul gorgeous organization is to b be right rightthere rlchtthere rightthere
there in all of its glory and fame New Newuniforms Newuniforms Newuniforms
uniforms are being beln made for the event eventresplendent eve event eventresplendent t tresplendent
resplendent with even more gold lac lacthan lace lacethn mce mcethan
than formerly and fairly dazzling daszli with withcarmine wtthumine withatnine
carmine trimmings and brass buttons buttonsSwords buttonsSwords buttonsswords
Swords are being burnished and brighten brightened ¬
ed up and the other accessories and ae aeeoutettnents tie tielOtltertnents socotitertuentt
eoutettnents belonging or in any wise 1M ap appertaining apJJtrhdnlng apertinlng ¬
pertaining to an Ancient Anj nt and Honorable HonorableArtillerymen Honorablr Honorublariicrymen
Artillerymen r merymen are a Ifkewtee Jlk wl e being In newlyruIilln neWlyfhiuned newly newlyrationed
rationed ruIilln for the happy day now close at athill IltlUIIIJ atr
hill lUIIIJ lUIIIJrile
rile r i province of the Ancient and Hon Honorable Hcnorble flcnorihie ¬
orable Artillery is not to fight but to toshine tothjne tonhine
shine Theirs te a peaceful organisation organisationthat organitlonthat organlustlunthat
that neither barks nor bites These nr nrtlleryM nrtlU nrtII1eryn
tlleryM tlU tII1eryn > ry n live for the purpose of scatter scattering scattering attfr attfrIng ¬
ing good cheer ch r content and happiness happinessand happlnesand happinessand
and are only warriors by courtesy and aMdlrs set setdlrs aldlcrs
dlrs because it pleases them to call callUwmselviM eallthmJlfh cajith4msplves
thmJlfh UwmselviM such Their presence C8 at the theJanM theJanistown j
Jarmatown JanM ton Exposition simultaneously simultaneouslywith
with the monster battle ships of the world worldilMures worldinsures i iinsures
insures a jolly good time for every one onewithout oneAithout onewithout
without a thought er word of war Why Whyeven TJy TJyev I Iewn
even ev n the Emperors of Russia and Japan Japanmight JIlJMnmight Japanmight
might meet under the auspices of the An Ancient Anck Andent ¬
dent ck > nt and Honorable Artillery abide to together togtther together ¬
gether In peace and concord co oord and never neverhave neverhave neverlzave
have for each other one unkind or harsh
thought thOU htl or r grre gt axptflsWow 1Wt IfOn a te bJ ay word wordcalculated rdoaleulated Wordcalculated
calculated to wound Ound und worry or annoy annoyWherefore aDMYWherefore annoyWhereforo
Wherefore we any that it Is high time timefor timefor timefor
for the guardians of the peace pe situation situationto sltu tlon tlonto
to caste from troubling and the anxious anxiousones anxio anxioones anxiousones
ones to be at t rest All is well anU not a abreath abreath abreath
breath or a whisper hitJper shall SM be heard that thatmight thatIIdgt thatmight
might in oven the remotest manner dis disturb dl1lturb dliturb ¬
turb the tranquillity of the occasion anent anentwhich Dentwhleh snoutwhich
which such a hullabaloo has been 1 en set In Inmotion Inmotion Inmotion
motion and concerning conernln which so many manysleepless m msleepl mn mnslaeple
sleepless sleepl night have M come The truly trulyglorious trot trotglorIOus trUIyglorious
glorious and justly ju tQr renowned Ancient and andHonorable aJMlHonorable andHonorable
Honorable Artillery has once more r on entered onterad onterail ¬
tered the lists at the happy J and psycho psychological P 7ChO10slea1 piyChOlogical ¬
logical moment mement and the solution utton of an another aaolbw anoth ¬
other oth r perplexing problem has been found foundMr toundMr foundMr
Mr Be i H Harriman certainly deserves deservesgreat daervugreat deservesgreat
great credit for not denying de 7lft a lot of ofthings ottlalh ofthhii
things he knows k ovii the u eemmteeien knows knowshe knoWlihe knowshe
he knows knowsSenator knowSenatbr knowsScnatOr
Senator Spooncrs Spoon rs Retirement RetirementIt
It would wOtlW1N lw putting it Itln In a trite way to tosay tosay tosay
say that thatJhe the resignation re of the Hon John JohnC JohnC JohnC
C Spooner Spooner SpO0Z te a distinct loss to th the United UnitedStates UnitedSta UnitedStates
States Sta Senate sWate It Is more than that It Itta Ita ItIs
ta a distinct teas to his b State and the na nation n nttoa neUo ¬
tion Uo
The country OKA ell I III afford to lose Its ItsSpeoners U USpeeners Itspeonits
Speoners peonits from public lite There are few fewof fewor fewof
of tbemtoo them too few Ie we regret to say sayHere sayHere 7 7lft1I
Here te a man who te every Inch a Sena Senator Senator Sanetor ¬
tor The Senate did not make him Such Suchmen Suehnlea Suchmen
men as he make the United States Sea Senate SeaatelIve Seaategive ¬
ate atelIve give to it its preeminence as a alegislative alesta1attve alegislative
legislative body He came Into national nationalcouncils nationalcond18 nationalcouncils
councils equipped in surpassing degree degreefitted tIetrreeaUed degreefltted
fitted for any M74uty duty that might be Ida 3 3perform 3perfona aperform
perform and he has performed his every everydvtr everyduty everyduty
duty with 1th fidelity ftdeItti and honor honorTwice bo boT11ee honorTwice
Twice having bavi declined Cabinet CaD Mt port portfolios portfOlao portfolios ¬
folios fOlao first as Secretary Seereta of the Interior Interiorand IateriortMB InterioraM
and then u Attorney AttoiM General G GOOOVRIteaderi GOOOVRIteaderiiI541s lenders lendersmade uc1en uc1enmade
made him br President Pra klent McKmfey Mc1thtIeJaow now he hefinds heit hefind5
finds it that that he most retire to private life lifeand Ut Ut8JId lifeand
and for his remaining years give gty his on ondivided aftdlYldec1 andivided
divided attention to personal Interests InterestsQf IntenaUQt interestscx
Qf the Hon 1on John C Spooner or of any anysuch anyauch anysuch
such man of signal and commanding commandingability coaaan4iAlabblt7 commandingability
ability it may truthfully be said that pub public pubUe pubHe ¬
lic service involves 1801 personal per sacrifice czlflee In Inhte InbII Inille
hte case it is I a sacrifice sact tflct he cnn no longer longerafford loopra longerlord
afford a O to make and so the country loses losesthe IOMSthe losesthe
the bene 1NfteAt t of Me legtatatlve and his con constructive 00 00tractive construcUYe ¬
structive wisdom wisdomUfeder wt8domUaler wtaomUhder
Ufeder the circumstances M we can only onlydeplore onlydeplore b bdeplona
deplore ttefefNore tt tre It ia the fullness of all allsincerity aUJdDoet1 oilsIncer1t7antt
sincerity JdDoet1 sIncer1t7antt nnfl wink for him a career In baPI1Ya toprivate Inprivate
private PI1Ya life hapiMiy hop lly and prvoaeroosly prvoaerooslyrounded jiiiii1yrounded ptWoU8l7out
rounded out M te hte II ku rtehr rleliar rieltlydssrved lIa deaened eot por pori partIoat porUot
i tion
Frank IA I Stanton advisee YIRII the country countrynot countlJBOt countrynot
not to t worry over the alleged a deaths deatb8tM of ofthe atthe
the peadi crop We 60 not worry any anyabent aIUt aymore
more shoot t that than we would about the theI tiletourth thefourth
I fourth or fifth death of a cat catLondons eatJondons catlontIons
Londons Blow to Socialism SocialismThe SocialismThe SoelalisinThe
The eteeUOAs te London on Saturday
which resulted re lted in the overwhelming o iadm1ec de defeat de defeat dofeat ¬
feat of o the soetattstie 1e element which has hasbeen b3afa baabeen
been ta control ever since nce the London LondonCounty Loa40aCounty LondonCounty
County Council was orgwiteed OI some someeighteen omeeWhteen someeighteen
eighteen year 7Mt ago a te I but another hull indication tndJcaU hullcation ¬
cation D of the failure of paternalism nn nnIi as asa asa
a phase of social organisation er Modern Moderncivilisation Jl0deaelvtllatlen toderncMllsatlen
civilisation refuses to consider any all plan planwhich pIaableb planwhich
which bleb seems to require that the goahead goaheadmembers paheadIMIDbenI goaheadmembers
members of society should slacken slack their theirpace theirpace theirpace
pace to allow the IneJttcient lDe to keep up upThe 1IpThe upTb
The Tb London elections may be regarded regardedas d dU
as aa Indication ba of the failure of muni municipal muntclpal municipal ¬
cipal ownership of public utility utUlt enter enterprises tnterprteeL enterprim ¬
prim They signify that the care of the themunicipality themunletpaltq themunicipality
municipality may m may be extended n to such suchfrivolous uehfrivolous suchfrivolous
frivolous ends e ds that the nonsocialistic nonsocialisticpart DOneoclalUcrt nonsocIalIsticpelt
part rt of the community may 1M become 1Jecometecl die disgusted diegusted ¬
gusted tecl In London London for instance some 110 of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the municipalities we say 1 some of ofLondon ofLondeR ofLondu
London for there are many 7 distinct distinctmurtcijioJKte t1IIItlDetIR distinctmunIcipalities
munIcipalities IR within Londons jurtedk JurWklion jurisdictionl jurtedktioa
lion tionl eatried the th policy of elfar sodaiinm OT OTfar iifor
far as a to provide free bilttardtabk and andbosalelietabies aDdt andbtsI1etabies
bosalelietabies t tabIes at the ixpeiitd of the thetaxpayer thetax thetaxpIiyrn
taxpayer taxpayerLord tax taxpIiyrnLord
Lord Avebory a prominent opponent OppoIIeatt OppoIIeatt1U of ofmnnidiaal ofmunicipal
municipal ownership ow of pubttc utilities utilitiesclaims wtllueIaIIns utiStleselstnit
claims that these never really have the theprofits 1MPI04ta the1a
profits 1a wlaidt which their reports show and te testrong Isstrong
strong 2 rotw for private ownership 4 declaring declaringthat deelaliDthat declaringthat <
that all ipi4nepouies m4 tepoites 1 are a odtotts 041 but must munictpel m8lricQtal mustcipat
ctpel monopolies worse Or than any other
kind kindA klD4LA kindA
A cheek to extreme and n4 radical 1 social socialism etJm ioIa1inch ¬
ism such as that of the London elections electionste eIecdoiIIIe
te we e are inclined to think tilt a healthy healthysymptom at81IIptoIb healthysymptom
symptom It shows that voters and aDC1tg aDC1tgP7ed tax taxpayers taxpayers ¬
payers are beginning nal to think for them themselves tIITea th thselves ¬
selves ITea to guard guird r their own mtereata mtereatarather it IIrather hitoresterather
rather than trust that somebody WIlt do dothe aothe dothe
the guarding for them themThe themThe themThe
The news that San Francisco te to toMayor toMaJOr toMayor
Mayor SefemUx with 1th a shower of ofwould cweu1c1 ofwould
would seem to indicate that the alLy efcyhas IItTbas alLyhas
has entirely recovered from the effects effectsof deetsof erectsof
of the earthquake and now aewto has money moneyto moneyto
to throw at the birds birdsA 1MrdsA
A Practical Disarmament Proposal ProposalGreat ProponlGret ProposalGrett
Great Britain has taken a very practi practical practical practical ¬
cal step toward the limitation of her hernaval betval hernaval
naval val armament by reducing red1lC her naval navaland navala navaland
and a military expenditure and by It making makingthe makl maklthe makingthe
the construction tructlon of one of hers M three pro proposed propcwed proposed ¬
posed new Dreadnoughts Dread htK contingent upon uponthe upoathe uponthe
the action of the approaching Hague ue con confereace COPrereace confetetce
fereace with reference to the question of ofilllan ofdIsarmament j
disarmament This question regarded by bymany byman bymany
many man as purely academic and as involv involving InTOI InTOIlag Involvlag ¬
lag merely visionary international action actionhas actionbaa actionbaa
baa thus taken t km on a new aspect U which whichremoves wblchreIIIOVN whichremoves
removes its solution from the th realms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the improbable and Impossible Ilftpo lble to those thoseof thoseof thoseof
of the actual and the attainable The TheBritish TIlei TheBritish
i British delegates deJ tes to the conference will willbe willbe ill illi
i be awe able if the topic of disarmament be beincluded beIncluded
I included Jnd in its programme pre mme to submit to tothat tothat
I that body a a definite and feasible proposi proposition propoeli proposition ¬
i tion that ought to command attention attentioneven attentionshould attentioneven
even should it fall to gain lD the assent t of ofthe ofthe orthe
the delegates 4e1 eIegstes from the other powers At Atall AtI Atall
I all events the discussion lon of the subject subjectof
of disarmament should be less theoretical theoreticalthan theoretlclltwuAtthef theoreticalthan
than it ltwuAtthef was at the former r conference and andwe Mdwe endwe
we may reasonably hope for some result resultless resultIt1t18 resultlets
less vdgue vue than a s pious profession of offaith ofI offaith
I faith fatUIThe faithThe j jThe
The Britten government may now Jl W be beconsidered bered beconshted
considered red as committed com ltted both in theory theoryand theoryancl theoryand
and in practice to the principle of limits limitation Jlmitatlon limitslion ¬
lion of armaments Sir r Henry Campbell CampbellBannerman CampbeJlBAnnerman GamphellBnnerman
Bannerman the Liberal prime minister ministerhas ministerhu ministerhas
has written a notable defense of the goy governments pvernments goyernmants ¬
ernments position in which he takes th thground the theuild theground
ground uild that nothing has occurred since sincethe IDeeUte sincethe >
the date of the last Hague conference to torender tor torender
render r inopportune the reduction of arm armaments armmen timemeats ¬
meats men which was then recognized r lHd as de desirable de dealra tiesitablt ¬
sirable alra He contends that th points of ofdisagreement ofdIsagreement I
disagreement between the powers have havebecome bavel havebecome
become less acute and are confined to a asmaller asmaller asmaller
smaller field while the sentiment in favor favorof favorof avor I Iof
of peace is I incomparably stronger stroD er and andmore andBIOre andmore
more constant Sir Henry declares the thesuspicion tMlJu th thinson
suspicion lJu inson ptcton entertained in 18K 1 that no limit limitcould Ihnltcould limitcould
could be set t t to the struggle for sea seapower Ie4power seapower
power save the process proc i of economic ex exhaustion exMustieR oxhaustisa ¬
MustieR has now become something Hk Hka Itka like likea
a certainty eertlnt The economic burden of in increasing IftCJIM Incrns1fl ¬
creasing CJIM crns1fl ht armaments was w set forth in the therescript tbereserlpl thereer1pt
rescript of the C2r convoking The Hague Hagueconfer HagueconCerltlee HagueconfeniiOe
conCerltlee confer Mee as one of f the principal reasons reasonsfor nliUlonsfor reasonsfor
for a reduction 1 ef military and naval navalburdens na navalburdens 091 091burdens
burdens but this view leW was resented r nted by byGen byGen byGen
Gen von Schwarzhoff one of the German Germandelegates Germandelegat Germandelegutes
delegates delegat who asserted that Germany Germanywas Germanywas Germanywas
was net crashed under the weight sight of ofcharges ofcltartte ofcharbe
charges and nd taxes and was not approach approaching approachIn approachlug ¬
lug In exhaustion e u Uo l and ruin on account t of ofher ofher ofher
her military and naval expenditures expendituresThis eqendlturesThis expendituresThis
This patriotic declaration was echoed boed by
one on of the representatives S of France and anddoubtless anddoulJUe anddoubtless
doubtless awoke an approving ap roI response responseIn responsoIn
In the minds of the delegates from other otherpowers otherpowers otherpowers
powers powersDuring powersDuring powersDuring
During the past nine years rs however the thestruggle thestruggle thestruggle
struggle for sea power has become so de determinsd de determined detormined
terminsd and nd so costly co tly as to detract ma materially ma matQrtaJly matrialIy ¬
terially from the present truthfulness of ofGen otGen ofGsa
Gen von SchwarBhofTi assertion Thersv Thersvenues The rev 16Venues revenues
enues of Germany are Insufficient for hOr hOrexpenditures hOrexpenditures
expenditures 8 and she faces a deficit of of600QflXM oftm OfIriGli0Ix
IriGli0Ix 600QflXM tm which must tie mat by a loan loanJapan 1onnJapan loanJapan
Japan te compelled to borrow at high highrates hlgbrat hlghrates
rates rat of interest Intent the finances of Russia Russiaare Russiaare Rusitlaare
are in chaos and even the United States Statesperhaps Statesperhaps Statesperhaps
perhaps the most able of all the nations nationsto
to near a heavy h avY military burtiah is isspending Issp Isspending
spending sp more than Its Income Bngland Bnglandhas Bngtnndhu ngIand ngIandhoe
has been forced to reduce her military militaryand mUltar mUltarand militaryand
and naval expenditure and stands stands ready readyto rOft reedyto Y Yto
to reduce it still un further according to toPremier toPremier toPremier
Premier CampbelUBannerman if a sim similar simIlar slotliar ¬
ilar disposition dl8P04 tlon is I manifested manlCe ted elsewhere elsewhereSir elsawhera elsawheraSir elsewhereSir
Sir Henrys surmise > that the point of ofeconomic oreconomic Ofeconomic
economic exhaustion te nearer than it was wasin wa waIn WiIn
in 18 U 155 seems He justified in vloW inw Of the thefacts thefacta thefacts
facts presented P pseeettted ted by the budgets bUdg ts of th thenU the thtpowe thepowers
powe poweUenU powers powersenU
UenU enU hydlll gwoda aPgjIn RDC 3aol 3aolremarks 1aolrel11lUu aol aolremark
remarks the Boston Transcript lttlhe rlpt And It Itis ItIII
is III 1 perhaps better tler that so Staid and andsteady andsteady andsteady
steady a paper should say y it that wits wtfiyTo W1trTo witslo
To speak less than you think Is ever evera ev eva evera
a safe situation remarks the Baltimore BaltimoreAmerican Bilth U1timOreAmerican or orAMerfcaft
American This would entail upOn IlP Harry HarryLehr HrryAjar HarryLehr
Lehr the necessity of remaining reJtlltftl g klso klsolutely 1Hu 1Huluty USQ USQlutely
lutely silent Bllenta a thought horrible to don dontemplate Ointemplate fi fi1emPlate
template templateThere 1emPlateThere templateThere
There te this about the Strothor trial trialThe trtalThe trialThe
The presiding < judge has not boon b en com compelled COntpeUed OatHpoSed ¬
poSed to give pause to the proceedings proceedingsthat proceedingsthat proceedingsthat
that the ladies might retire providsd providsdthey pro pro1dsdthey dld dldthe
they the did not care to listen to the evidence evidenceat
at this particular yoint Thar Th There le hrve hrvebeen httv httvbeen hsbeen
been no ladies present to retire retireAn retireAn retireAn
An Idaho man has found fOM MIt a bole HI ta the thei thepound theground
i ground 8099 8 fcfct deep p The rmnarkabto rmnarkabtothing l8Irkalllethl renmrknhlething
thing thl about this item II te the fact that it itte itIs
te not accompanied by a a persuasive Invi Invitation tlMtaUon Invitatlon ¬
tation to buy a few sfcare IINrftt kareot of Block BlockMrs stHkr aoekMrt
Mrs r drover Clevelaad < deserves 4e erves great greatcredit gteatcredit greatcridit
credit and many thank for toning so some somean flne flnean ftlteIt
an American from the shame me and andpace die diegrace 41 41grace
grace of dying aa old bachelor bMhelorWWbat beebelorWhat bachelorWhat
What does the K r in Harry Thaws TblLWsMlDe Thawsmain Thawsname
name main stand for so demands a corraBpond corraBpondSince eor eoreato corrohpesdeat
eat Xu XuSInce KUOleUS KUOleUSnce
Since nce Old Borax osax informs IMer IMerthai we seNmslj seNmsljthat oKn mly mlythat
that HWbi whisky J poagBlates poa the protophmm protophmmH J1ro J1roIt
It would seem to be snaarety uweb up u 10 > the theprotoplasm dieprotoplaaaa di diprotoplasm
protoplasm to take the pledge pledgeProf Jl JProL pledgeProf
Prof Hugo de TriM says Mr J lAt lAtnot LotbeI LotbeIBurbank aher aherBnrbank
Burbank to not a winard nI ot plant culture etilturetly culture1ventIy cnttureBvldently
Bvldently tly Hugo te one of those thoepartiel meddle meddlesome meddlesome ¬
some putties who delight t In nothingr Udllgmucb M Mmuch sotouch
much as amnshlng our happy httrmlesa httrmlesaand hoendeesand WIeM WIeMand
and altogether a1t r innocent superstitious npenUuobelief and andbeliefs andbeliefs
Mf t Thomas W Lawson offers a a reward rewardof rev revof tWiu tWiuof
of KMI SN to any ny one who can ted a low Kawin kwIn lowin
in his book Got his Idea doubilasB 6ftulftJoe from fromthe INlittbe fromthe
the old custom ef mlsspaiitng 81 a word wordsomewhere WWdIOmewMre wordsomewhere
somewhere among the want ads and andthen aII4then andthen
then offering often a IK note to the tbocoel1a one die discovering diecovering ¬
covering < It ant intNow antNow xet xetNow
Now then tben go It It 3ni Caj doeihate doeihatePhiladelphia atJaaJaPhJIacJelphla firotli firotliPhiladelphia
Philadelphia has fined aa toe magnate magnatentit magnetsait t titA
ntit Perhaps e the Judge thought a alight aU alight
light U t fine ne the only war to kee keep Mm d himtaking from fromtaking rrt
taking t kin It ont of the theAr consumer consumerAn oontwndzAr
Ar Iowa man has patented te ah India Indiarubber IIM1blrubMr Indiarubber
rubber sidewalk It will come ta heady headyfor hud7for bandyfoi
for whiter wint use when sidewalks have e a ahabit ahabit ahabit
habit ef getting themselves theallllelYMwith covered coveredwith coveredwith
with a thin layer 1 of tee teeIn leeIn iceIn
In France the telephone girts answer answerI UP UPI
I listen The only difference between betweenthte IMtWeetlthIa betweenthis
this country and nd France te tot th4t t they theydont Uaec1OIIt theydont
dont tell you abottt H over ore oreC vrbez vrbezC here hereCongress
C Congress agrii has pawed a Wit for the relief rettefof nUelof reliefof
of Dr Bowser oeer of South carolina It Itto te teto toto
to b N niaed ed the e asBttea tloll of ottbi the tbMI7 4hi 4hiearl MM MMsary
earl isnt t going Isg to make it Itlor necessary necessaryfor necaryfat
for Congress to come to the rrtTef of all allof aftot altoftbe
of oftbe oftbeA tnem tnemA
A Boston minister thtekc we we need needmore ne8mort needinure
more Boeeevetts Ro Perhaps AVO do but butwe 1Jatwe hotwe
we shudder to think what would OUIiI uhi happen happenif JPH JPHI
if I they jot ot Into an argument ar t with wttJtanotber one oneanother oneanother
another anotherTo anotberTo anotherTo
To be strictly up uptotbeniinnte uf > toU > emtante ut utone some someone someone
one seems to have e said to Mr Oliver OttverRon OIIYerRoll OliverBoil
Ron font or hoop Moo MooThat boo booThat ooo oooThat
That Mtenteatppt JUde who deddetl deddetlthat decldetlaat deddedthat
that a toy has an inalienable I right to toclimb to11mb toclimb
climb a tree could hardly have decided decidedotherwise JecWedotberwi Jseldedotherwise
otherwise The fact te the legal situa situation IIt IIttton iItU iItUttoit ¬
tion simply mpiy bad the judge e up a tree treeA treeA treeA
Btlmn Allen Hitchcock Good Work Workns Workas Vorkas
as Secretary of Inferior InferiorPRW IntcrJorlItIM InlerlorFiia
PRW the 2f 2ffif r Yet SOB SOBAfter SuaI SunAfter
I After serving a brief time ac a Minister Ministerand Ministerand er eri
i and Ambassador to Russia Rul8ia Ethan Allen AllenHitchcock AllenHitchcock lIen lIenHttchcodt
Hitchcock entered President Pre MeKinleys MeKinleysCabinet McKh McIinIeysGabinet e eI
Cabinet as Secretary of the Interior on onDecember o oDecember onDecember
December 21 1ML 1 For more than eight eightyears eI eightyears bt btye
years he has given to his hi fellowcitizens fellowcitizensaa
an example of earnest and conaeiMtttous conaeiMtttouseffort coaset conselentjougeffort RtloUil RtloUilt
effort t rarely equaled and perhaps never neversurpasseu Reveru neversurpaas
surpaas surpasseu u by any in the nations his htetory h htol history
tory His work has been free from fro any anyform Antform anyforni
form of sensationalism Quietly faith faithfully faithfully faithfully ¬
fully and without parade rade or ostentation ostentationhe
he has devoted to his bl country collntr the beet beetthat beetthat beetthat
that was In him ripened judgment un unflinching 11ftdincblnr undinching ¬
flinching integrity Inte ri < and tireless diligence diligenceRetiring dlll diligenceRetiring nce nceReUriltg
Retiring from the public service Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock r rHltcbeock
Hitchcock carries with him two splendid splendidtrophies splendidtrophies splendidtrophies
trophies One of these is the bitter en enmity MIJDity enmitT ¬
mitT of the many lawbreakers whom whomhe wbotnbe whomhe
he ha hat brought to punishment or started startedon
on the road to punishment for their theircrimes theircrimes theircrimes
crimes crimes and the vicious antagonism of oftricksters oftricksters oftrlckaters
tricksters whose hose schemes he has foiled foiledby foiledby foiledby
by his courage and fidelity The other is isthe 11the Isthe
the esteem respect and allection of those thosethousands thosethouaands thosethousands
thousands who have come into personal personalcontact perSOlYlJcon personalcontact
contact con at with him and the approval of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the millions who know kJI W him only through throughhte tbroughhis throughhis
his work workAcross workAcro workAcrosi
Across the long and unsullied record of ofEthan ofEthan ofEthait
Ethan Allen Hitchcocks public Ufa Ifo the thecountry thecounU7 thecountry
country he has so well and ably served gtirvedwrites servedwrttos servedwrites
writes Well done good and faithful faithfulservant nftbtutlervaLU faithfulervant
servant servantDlsnppcnrnnce lervaLUDhml1Pcnrance ervantDisappearance
Disappearance of the Billionaire BillionaireFrom nUUonnlreP BillionaireFrea
From P the BrookljrR B Bagfe BagfeThe Bgie BgieTbe igle igleThe
The word billionaire came in to our pro professed 1rofe8led profeesed ¬
fessed fiction about twonty t wont years ago and Aatlftom andfrom nd ndfrom
from there it quickly crept into another anotherbranch anotherbranch anotherbranch
branch of Imaginative literature our po political po poIItiw politicaI ¬
litical sociology And now It seems there thereaint thereaint thereaint
aint no etch person as Betsy Prigg Priggmight PrIC PrICmlgbt Priggmight
might say If Mr Rockefeller is worth worthonly worthInly worthonly
only a paltry third of a billion bll lon where whereshall whereshall whereshall
shall we e look for billionaires It Is sad sadto sadto endto
to tofle such an interesting type such a acornerstone aeorMr acornerstone
cornerstone eorMr tone of the social soclalmornlltlea moralities and andsuch andsuch andsuch
such a fruitful source of profitable maga magazine magazine magoZhtO ¬
zine copy co 1 One of Mrs Whitneys shrewd shrewdYankee sbretlankee shrewdYankee
Yankee women womett somewhere says Good Goodlooks Goodlooks GOedbooks
looks are a snare sAue especially es 1Jy to tothose those as ashasnt asbasRt ashasnt
hasnt got t em So Soarbilllon SoarbilllonMANIUBS are ar billions billionsMAXKIXDS bllUonsIANII
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And women They both abound aboUnd with withfatal vtthfatal withfatal
fatal curves
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If I hare got g t the rules aright arightTit Rrlghtria arightThutof
Tit Thutof ThutofTo out t of place placeTo pIAGeTo
To p put t in aught that any light lightWdi Ughtn lightThede
Thede Wdi on n Ch tile ease easeCant eaeCnnt eatsCant
Cant Please Bin BinYou DlttYou DliiYou
You never consider coaald me me Here Ii I liavont liavontseen ltaYentseen havents
seen s en my mother J1I tb for a awall year yearWell yearWell
Well Well for goodness xoodn sake send her ft ftticket Itticket aticket
ticket and have her com COllIe on onWith oftvntlt osWith
With a wreck every day yi John Jlgglris Jlgglrisyoure JI JiggIttsyoure strta strtayottre
youre a brute
II nom am Times TimesOnly limc limcOnw lIniceOnly
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mornin Bill announced the U turnkey turnkeyD lurnktJDe turulinyDc
D De public hi I gsttln callous eaJ deelarad deelaradthe 1eehtredtbe leCiRIedthe
the wlfenntrderer r I done better Mll r n nflat ndt IidL
flat d tit time U I wuz jailed fer nORSupperU nORSupperUAVoninnH JtOn sonsupporLWoninnu uPIHtrt uPIHtrtomoll
AVoninnH omoll Way WayWhat Vn VnUWhat VnWhat
What an 3t actress aet that woman le 181 She Shepretended Slta1reten4ed Shepretended
pretended to be glad to see me meft BlLtethat mehut
tethat ft hut t you were ere a match for or her herIndeed herIDdrM herr herrIndeed
Indeed IDdrM yea I prstemlNl to be jest ai aigfad Ugiidteseeher
gfad giidteseeher giidteseeherFACTS 4 to see her herFACTS herFACTS
Pwt F the PhibHlelpkift PldWel ImMsr ImMsrFa I IFotllc IodmrFutilco
Fa Fotllc FotllcA FutilcoA tile tileA
A Congreoentan there waa Ra who tried to tonot toaot tosiot
not accept his salary salaryBut aIar7But salarylint
But white he listened for applause ap approving apJtO1DC apProving ¬
proving of his bt righteous rflhteowne ejuase ejuaseThe pnoeThe
The only am sound that reached him Was a ahorse alautrb a abpii
horse laugh from the gallery gallerylion gallerYJlow ga1srlion
lion to Oct let II Rich JUahlPtn4 Richlnd loli lolirtn
rtn lPtn4 lnd 4 railroad worth a million R by bad badmanagement Wement ladmanagement
management ement ran down downOct downGettlae downclot
Oct Gettlae the necessary margin ribt from some somehanker IIINMer iimebsaker
hanker er In the town townBay tow1aDIIt towsThey
Bay the road and give ve a mortgage 1MriIIa to wewn sw swear secare ¬
ear care the balance due dueThen dueTJIea dueThen
Then the golden stream of fortttoe fort wilt wiHemne wtIt08IM wiltcome
come rolling up to toSWek you youStock youSlosh
Stock and AD bond for twenty mltlkms JIlIn sell anilfor sellfor u utor
for cash in Mocks te suit suitPajr suitPpy It It7Mf
Pajr your debts oft and be happy apPT with withyour wiUtOUr with1our
your nineteen mttttong loot loot1hc 8Llhe lootPhc
1hc Co Code tic In InPrlln InPrllnPout Fritnoo FritnooPotsf PrxtnaoPoufr
Pout Poufr exclaimed the French FTe ch deputy deputyrejoined deputylO
1 lO OWl JtfIJIIII i respond bhr Jar II Nrejeloed 1MKb 1MKbNJ
rejoined the one who had been Inter Interrttpied JIt JItntpted Inttrrupted
rttpied rttpiedOf ntptedOf ruptedOf
Of coarse a duel d 1 was Inevitable then thenme theIIIbeu thenIfrctsoii
Ibeu Ifrctsoii Ifrctsoiix49ws il il1M
x49ws me from dtetnr yo 781fT r oW
canal wrote the engineer e At the t rate rateI ra raI
I am m permitted Itted to go p nil I coaJd COIIJ4weuw dig digw 41ganuld
weuw w TUd he a ray for my nayu repotathm repotathmAc
Ac there seemed to be some basis fer ferthe fttrtIae lbrthe
the allegation tJoe they let him off offThe oftThe offThe
The nnfllcil Illildur IllildurCertainty IJhtclurYOU IiiihtlttrGertalaly
Certainty you may have the contract CMltnetu contractfor contracter
for er the eaaal eaaalWith canalWith I IWItIa
With nothing aotb but this assurance the thebidder t1MWder theer
bidder er went ahead with wttIaTIle his preparations preparationsThe preparationsThe
The next day he was Informed 11Il that thatthese tJattJIMII thatthooe
these would be no contract contractBut contractBut contractThit
But But you promised pmm itr It he exehttmed exehttmedWith mIa axalahoedwith
With some heat heatttont heatiiy t tDMt
ttont say that was the tileJell return an anlent enIsi
lent you want to find yoerseif ornct a member roembeiof memberof
of the Ananias Club It was ht view tie of ofsome orvch otseine
some such vch rashn rash se that we e have put putyon pattbe putyea
yon oa the waiting list of that ergnnhuu ergnnhuuWon argonleaLion 8IUIha 8IUIhatleIL
Won WonSo LionSo
So the bidder had to take hte hi medicine medicinewhich TMdkhleWId medicineWhich
which Was all he pt ot out of the trans transnotion tntMMtIoe treesOLD
notion MtIoeOLD
Ilnrrlman InvoMlRnHon IIn ion Jfol Colt Coiiitnctcil Coltaucteit
itnctcil Under Xcw I IK IKr Law Lawl HIV HIVVnm
Vnm l tb tile 5 New N Tort Watt WattPresident WIIIIdPrMkknt witiPniildent
President Roosevelt and the Interstate lutentateCommerce lateNtateCommerte InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission C deserve unquali unqualified unquallAed unqualtSad ¬
Sad praise for the Harriman investiga investigation IDvefltl8atJonKr htvestlgatlonItr ¬
tJonKr tion Mr Roosevelt for ordering onlertn it and andthe IUMItM andthe
the commission for making JDakIa so searching searchingan JllaJCldncfDquiry
an Inquiry into Mr 1 Harrimans methods methodsof methodsof
of exploitation The beneficial results rcaohsof nsahsof resultsof
of this pitiless pI publicity win n be felt for foryears torJeaIII foryears
years to come comeBut comeBut cameBut
But it mar IDa be worth while to remark remarkthl ruarlttJt remarktksL
thl tJt this fruitfUl laveettgntloii ttell of the theHarriman thetar theharriman
Harriman tar system of frenzied tre finance was wasnot waDOt wngnot
not made under the socalled railroad railroadrate railmratA railroadrOte
rate law of r June 21 1101 tt bat t under odel the theamendments theameJHlmenta theameadmento
amendments of March 2 2 Uh 1 and od Feb Febroary lebIOaI Tabmary
mary 3K 189L to section 1 of the original
interstate commerce httt htttDuring JalfDurlnc IwDuring
During all 11 the years ye that Mr hi Harriman Harrimanwas Harrimanwas Harrimanwan
was thlrablertgglng thlmbl nl the stock market thw thwlaw thidlaw thiilaw
law was u in force It was in existence existenceWhen ex existenceWhen tece tecev
When v he acquired control of the Union UnionPacific UnionIoelftc n nPaeIfte
Pacific when he bought buu ht the Southern SouthernPacific SouthemPaclAc SouthelitIactac
Pacific when he began the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line manipulations and when he Juggled Juggledthe JvSgiedthe juggledthe
the Alton It covers his entire career as asa aa asa
a Napoleon and the commission at atany atUme atany i
any time could have compelled him to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw open the books and show what he hehad bebad hehad
had been doing doingThe dofncThe doln dolnThe I
The World has repeatedly expressed the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that Mr Roosevelts beet IH t wofk wofkfor woflttor wofkfor
for the country was not in Jamming new newbills JHtWbUIs newbills
bills down the throat th t of Congress but in infearlessly InCeartPBl7 Infearlessly I
fearlessly invoking laws already on the thestatute 11Mstatute thestatute
statute books The Harriman Ham investiga investigation IRest1 IRest1tlon invesligadon ¬
don is I another object lesson lessonOur leuonOur lessonOur
Our Hello Xnlsnnce Xubnl1cetile Xnlsnncefnm uianiicePme
fnm tile Baton nee Heals lIcnMAmbassador nwAmbu8ador HealsAmbassador
Ambassador Bryce has a horror of the thetelephone thetelephone thetelephone
telephone So say we all of us us It Is the theimplacable theImp1acble theimplacable
implacable foe of retirement and fatal to torepose torepo torepose
repose It keeps assail II eternally within withinspeaking withinspeakl withinspeaking
speaking speakl distance ef everybody whether whetherit
it is desired e to t be b on speaking terms termswith terme1th termswith
with 1th everybody or not n t Its tinkling tinklingbell ttnkl1n ttnkl1nb tinklingbell
b bell l and hello break In upon upOn us without withoutwarning withoutwamtn withoutwarning
warning wamtn or ceremony and no occasion is isso isso
so solemn or sacred as to enable us to toevade toe toevade
e evade the summons Its an et eternal rhl nut nuisance nutsatlCe nulsauce ¬
sauce and a bore But who wants to get getalong 8elaJonl getalong
along without it T Nobody Nob d7 not even the theBritish theBrJU8h theBritish
British Ambassador Am r at Washington we weguess wegu weguam
guess gu
Roars of Mouth Warriors WarriorsPnm WarriorsPN VarrlorslIIw
Pnm PN uw Su BnuMfeeo DilL CMlWars DilLVars tkilWars
Wars and 4 rumors of wars Of comfort comfortlet comfortlIlt comfortlet
lIlt let no man speak Capt Richmond Richmond Pear Pearson Peariii ¬
l son Hob on is talking through his bellig belligerent belUsi belhgevent ¬
i erent hat Senator Perkins has nailed his hiscolors ttlscolors Illscolors
colors to the mast that once he sailed sailedbefore saIledbefore sailedbefore
before He hurls the loud defiance de tlnce and andIs IlndIs andis
Is ready to sign articles Honduras has hasstarted bAsi hasstarted
i started in to whip hlp Nicaragua between betweendrinks betweendrtnk betweendrtnk
drtnk Cuba threatens to declare war on onthe oni onthe
the th United Unlt 4 States if we dont provide provideoffices provIdeIIOmce provideofflcei
offices for every blessed blt horse thief on the themuchvexed thomuchvexed themuchvexed
IIOmce muchvexed island aOO The burly burly roars roarsterribly roarsterribly roarsterribly
terribly terriblyJfon terriblyNo terriblyNow
Now No Claims Clnh l It Was a Ii Coon Sons SonsVtmn Son SonU Songrins
Vtmn the Attefcta AtII Jaanwl JaanwlThey JLThey JonesiThiy
They have Senator Bell Taylor on the thedefensive thedeleve thedefensive
defensive already by saying Jng thai thelbe he once oncesang 0GC8IMg oncesong
sang about bOut a whippoorwill who sang Sang in inDecember InDeeetIIber inDecember
December Has the Senate no respect rosp et tar ferpe tarpoetic furpoetic
pe poetic tic license licenseNoble licenseobIe T TNoble
Noble obIe Order of Quitters QuittersETHB QultterPra QuhttcrsFrea
ETHB aw iMnft Pit Free ree lam iVrmThe lamTlte 1 1The
The ranks of the order of tVanama tVanamacanl tJpj tJpjCanal Panama PanamaCanal
Canal Quitters increases monthly nUt1Y Soon Soonit SoonIt Soonit
it will be necessary nece ar7 to establish a special specialzone specialzone specialzone
zone for them at home homeOr hoMQOr homeOr
Or Even n Ton of f Goal Goalnan ConIthe CoalP1tbului
nan the mtsbatg P1tbului DttfMtot DttfMtotNevertheless Dtd1Nevertheless D1et D1etNevertheless
Nevertheless if it is only U08IJOCIO 3 iOOCO ffD < KO per perannum perannum perannum
annum it seems that the sum ought to tobe tobe tobe
be able to provide an occasional occasioiu oyster oysterstew oysterstew
The Senate on Sunday SundayThe Sunda SundaThe SundayThe
The august Senate of thfc th United Stat Statsewas Stt Sttwas s swas
was kept in merry mood nearly nearlyall all of yes yeslerday 3titm1ay yestertItty
lerday by Mr Carraaoks n quip < P and jest jestand jeatand jestand
and persiflage pel81 ase The Tenneseeean TCnfte se IID who wholays whoIf1Ys Wholays
lays aside the toga to today at noon noon con continued continued contlnuod ¬
tinued his fight fts t on the shipsubsidy shlp ub ldy bill billand bUland billand
and during the course of his performance performancelies
lies 11 stirred the dgn dlgttltltdlIr n dMr Frye to a asomewhat JHtnewb8t asomewhat
somewhat indignant protest against the thedesecration theMecnltfon thedesecration
desecration of the holy Sabbath day dayTha dayTho dayTho
Tho Senate and the crowded galleries gallerieshad pJlerleahad gallerieslied
had been 1M kept In a constant Utter all allmorning aUmorning altmorning
morning and afternoon by Mr Carmacks Carmacksjolly CarmaeksjeUy carmacksjolly
jolly jibeS and when wh It became evident evidentto eYldentto evidentto
to the tb veteran statesman from Cl m Maine that thatone tJUI thatone t tone
one of his pet meastues was w doomed to todefeat tohe todefeat
defeat < he rose in righteous l11htoo wrath against againstthe aabutthe agetestthe
the Lords Lord day being Hin devoted to frivolity frivolityThis frlvolltfiI8 frivolityTida
This roused the ire of of the Tennesseean Tennesseeanwho Tennesaeeaawho Tenneasecanwho
who is J redheaded anyhow and aadready is ai aiready asready
ready for a light as a frolic troUcnd and he hehutled hehtIed heunirieti
hutled back at the devoted head of Mr Mrtf Jilrt7e MrJrye
tf Jrye rye a a bolt that Jarred the rafters raftersI rafterI
I suspect pect said lei Mr Carmack that thatth thatUti thatthe
th the solicitude < e of the Senator from nun Maine Maineover Maineoy Maineover
over oy the proper observance ef C the tab Sabbath Babbtth tabbeth ¬
bath would otald not be so sq pronounced pro Uneed if he hedid hedid
did not realhie that the shipsubsidy blU billte blUdoolDfl1 blUIs
te doomed to defeat defeatMr deftMr defeatPrye
Mr Frye attempted aUfmpteclto to reply re lY but Mr MrCarmacR lrrCatfttAeJt MrGarmoatit
CarmacR cut him off Short short hort by shouting shoutingI
I decline to yield 1ela to the Senator from fromMaine fromKa1he fromMaThe
Maine MaineThe Ka1heThe MaTheThe
The Senate Se mte ate gasped and the galleries galleriesguffawed gallei1 gallei1I galleriesgettwed
guffawed ttea Never before had Mr Frye Fryebeen lIfJettt Fryebetu
I been dint ttt treated within the recollection recollectionof recollectIOnlot
lot of this generation of Senate habitues habituesThe habit habiti habitueThe
i The statesman ata from l Maine sine grumbled grumbledominously IUmbledI grumbledoiniziouly
I ominously for a while tlle but It was not notlong DOtleft notlong
long befori he and Senator Carmack were wereshaking Wfdebaa wereshaking
shaking bands baa and it was wa agree a agreeti ee that thattheir uttheir thattheir
their tory little tilt sbovtd be expunged expungedInn expunKedue expungedSeem
Inn the thelos foeerfi foeerfiIoaniblc tiMtrdIoltibhDot
Ioaniblc IoltibhDot IoltibhDotUJee los IblIJ Mat MatUnrte U t tVUSIe
Unrte UJee Je J yesterday enunciated uaeJaecl a new newpriaetiM DeWpI1actfIt newpliaciple
priaetiM for Ute guidance l ae of the House HouseJndge 1ioutleJue IlouseJudge
Judge Zenor of Indiana a Democrat Democratwho Dem etatwho Democratwho
who doesnt t often ask a favors caught the theSpeakers thepea1llll theSpeakers
Speakers eye ep long enough to inquire If it itWouM ItwouI4 itWould
Would be possible to pass a certain bill billshould bUlabouhI billihould
should some minor amendments then and andthere andUaen andthere
there be added addedOh addedOb
00 Oh replied Uncle Joe Joe this Mouse Mouseoe HOURc Housecould
oe could M yam an elephant If the gentleman gentlemanhi uen uenfa
hi charge e l of o the elephant could get the theSpeakers thelhea theScerz
Speakers eye iyeThen eyeThen
Then Uncle Joe winked inred both eyes alter alternately aItartel alterhaitdyd ¬
haitdyd nately tel AS hip hopiIu bor m the body of the theHouse uH theHouse
House H shouted ak nted in glee g an and sailed for f the thenext thenext thenext
next order n of business businessWhat bUIII bUIIIVhnt businessWhat
What Will JIl Himhon IMbO1 Get GetMichigan tletr j jXleb a aXleblgszss
Michigan Xleb most dIstinguIshed lame lameduck 111 111luck lemsduck
duck the Hon l1Ioft Itoswel P JMahov hop who whohas Whohes M Mu
has u represented te4 the Ninth district for the thepast theut theput
past ten years and whose experience experienceseems experienceseems A 11Ittce 11Ittceto
seems to demonstrate the Ingratitude l of ofrepublics ot1ft ofrepublic
republics in that he wears an empty empty4eve empt empttbe emptythe
4eve as the result of his valor la s war warwhite warwhile warwhile
while striving uts to preserve the Union and andwa an anWti andwe
wa Wti defeated feat for reelection met None Noveinber Noneer Noveaher
her would wow not be averse ave to longer serve serveoh v vbill servehis
oh country should the President see At Atto Atte fitto
to call upon hm b to do so But It ItUlat appear appearthat appearthat
that there th tor as nothing JIOt wlthht the gift of ofthe oftbr ofthe
the Executive Ye just now that he 1M1IN esteems esteemsworthy sett ems emsworthy
worthy of Mr Bishop unless it be sj eces e ethm
thm with the Isthmian Canal Oura O ra
mission which would require the Mtehl Mtehlg JIOehisaa tIchi tIchigee
g gee a statesman to go to the inhospttabi inhospttabitsthtnus Inbo8pltable1eUun Inhoigdtableisthmes
tsthtnus 1eUun and d dig dig 0 Mr Bishop Bishopha BIabopball Bishophat
ball ha bee beeI a member of the House Com Commtttee CMImitt cornmittet
mtttee mitt oa Rivers and < Harbors Ions Ionsenough 10 10Me longenough
Me enough to have Ye learned a good deal den ab sbmt sbmthydraatko Mat Mathydra > ut uthydraoMcs
hydraoMcs hydra in general genera raa though Just Justwhether J Jwbether justwhether
whether this knowledge know fits him to deal dealwith lwith 401with
with the canal problem te not known At Atany Atan Atany
any rate the President seems to think thhikH tlalDkIt thinkit
It does does and 1Id he may accordingly HCOnUI1IdFMr insist insistupon Insistupon
upon Mr Bishop going to the isthmus Iath if ifthe ifthe Ifthe
the Mkhtgaoder MIchl cler feels fee that b he ought onalitlonger owshtIoqer oughtlonger
longer to serve the public pubttcSirnitM puWkStrntl publicSIrniza
SirnitM Was ft8 Watchful AVntolifuIAll WatchfulMI VntahrulAll
All of the Presidents Cabinet ministers maatt maattre miaerswon ministerswere
were won re at their pueja yesterday in obedience obedielKto > j jto
to an Executive order to do so in order orderthat 0ftIeriti orderthat
that iti t they might properly inspect lwpecttIoa hfftshr hfftshrtion 1e4is1Stisit >
tion affecting < ectlft < their several everalthat departments departmentsthat departmentsthat
that was rushed through at the tail end endof eMof efidof
of the session aIoii and some of them visited visitedthe Tliltt TlilttLM visitedthe
the Senate s and occupied seats 8M emts on the floor floorin AoorIn doorIn
in that chamber through ta nearly the entire entiresession entiresamios fttl fttlIIeMIoB
session Conspicuous among the th latter latterwas latterwaa latterwas
was the Uon tt Oscar Straus the new Sec Secretary Secntary Secrotary ¬
rotary of the Department of Commerce Commerceand CoIIIIMIceand Commerceand
and Labor Mr Straus Stra arrived at the theSenate theSeMte theSenate
Senate at an a early hour and watched very veryclosely nrycl4Ntel veryclosely
closely cl4Ntel from a seat at on the Republican side sideevery aideevClJ sideevery
every movement made He Joined most mostheartily JDOIItheart mostheartily
heartily y and at times almost boisterously boisterouslyin ly lyin
in the laughter created by Senator Car Carmacks Carmacks Carmacks
macks humorous sallies mea anent the ship shipsubsidy 8Idpub8l4y shipsubsI4
subsidy bill bill and left the chamber with withhte withbia withhis
his sides shaking sbakiD as if he had too much muchrespect mudarespect muchrespect
respect for the august a Senate to give ve way wayI W7to wayto
I to laughter t in its presence Secretary SecretaryStrau8 SecretaryStraus
j Straus scanned very closely every bill and andamendment Delamelad andamendment
amendment DeDt thereto to his de de 4 ¬
partment and frequently treqtJywu was observed lo lomake Jmake tomake
make elaborate annotations on some me of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bills huh that were 1ft halloed to bun for in inspection InapecUoo inspection ¬
spection spectionHonor apecUooHonor spectionhonor
Honor for 7 Jh IcCnlln IcCnllnAn IcCnllaAn Onl1n Onl1nAn
An unyielding policy of Senator Cultom Cultomas
as chairman of the Committee on Foreign ForeignRelations Joreini PorSitaRelations
Relatlo Relations has been to held up aH n bills billshaving biUshav billshaving
hav having for their object the enactment of ofthe ofI ofthe
the special legislation tIoIt required before beforei an anAmerican onAmerican
American citizen can receive an n honorary honoraryaward hO OnU7iaward hosoraryaward
iaward award from a foreign torei government or po potentate pe pei p0teiitatd ¬
i tentate As a result of the IlHnoteans IlHnoteanscourse Ilftnol8anI Ilflnolsanscourse
course there are now pending pea in his com committee NlDI cornmlttte ¬
I mittee several hundred proposals which whichif 1f whichif h hllf
llf if granted would permit that number of ofLmerfcane ofto ofikmekicaits
Lmerfcane to wear decorations conferred conferredby conferredI conferredby
by Kings and Emperors Mr Cnltom Cnltomvaried CullomYrled Cullotuvtiued
I varied from this policy yesterday yaterda under undercircumstances ercl undercIrcumstances
cl circumstances of an ai unusual character characterCapt characterCapt baractrCapt
Capt MeCalla i who not long Iob ago 10 was re retired rt rttlrecl rOtired ¬
tired from the navy na after many man years of ofdistinguished ofdlstlngulabK ofdistinguished
distinguished survtee was offered by the theEmperor theEm theEmperor
Emperor Em ror of Germany Germad the decoration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Order Ord r of the Double Eagle e one of ofthe Ofthe o othe
the most mo t highly prized awards k within the thegift theft thegift
gift ft of the Kaiser Capt McCalta has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been in falling health ever since his re retirement re reUremeot retiretnent ¬
tirement and now no lies dangerously dAn elOU8l ill at atSan AtSan atSan
San Diego DI Cal Some of the gallant old oldsea okleA oldtea
sea fighters h r8 family wrote rote letters to Sen Senator Senator Sonstor ¬
ator Cullom recently telling of the ofll ofllcers omeers 0111cers
cers condition and relating how he hewished hewlahe4l hewished
wished to receive this distinguished d math markof mathof mathof
of recognition before he tiled Mr Culktm Culktmhurriedly Cull 4ulIomhurriedly m mhurrledly
hurriedly framed the Ut enabling Yft llng act In the theclosing theclo theclosing
closing clo lns hours of the session yesterday yesterdayand 7estfn1ayaM yesterdayand
and rushed t the bill through Thus ThU8McCaU Capt CaptMeCalla captMcCalia
MeCalla will have pinned upon the breast breastof breatof
of his shroud the decoration of the Order Orderof Orderof Orderof
of the Double Eagle E lf an honor that has hasfallen basfallen hasfallen
fallen to few Americans and one that Is Isregarded IIregarded Isregarded
regarded by b soldiers everywhere of Inesti Inestimable inectimable ¬ i imable
mable value as evidence of their valor valorThe valorThe AlorThe
The Humble Body BodyRepresentative Dod BodyRepresentative I IRepre
Representative Repre ntAtI John Matthew Moore of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the Eighth district of otre Texas as forwarded forwardedto i ito
to the clerks cl clk tks desk yesterday ay a petition pettMiIreoelved petitiOnreceived petitionreceived
received from some of his constituents constituentspraying eonsUtuentsPrt7htg constituentsprayhig
praying for certain reforms hi the gov government gOrclninent goversatnetit ¬
ernment of the republic The petition petitionstarted peUUonstarted petit1nstrted
started thus thusWe thusWe thusWe
We respectfully petition your humble humblebody humblebody humblebody
body bodyAnd
And thats what they th are beginning to tothink tothink tothInk
think of us In Texas Tea t said Mr Moore Moorewen Moorewen MoorOwen
wen wen discussing the memorial afterward afterwardGrace atttrwardGrace afterwardGrace
Grace Before Shnkc ShnkeICllenre ShnkeICllenreWtalf SIinkeglenreWar j > enro enroWfery
Wfery War Md wteMtat of lbs wood wooda we hear hcrThe Ii IiThe hearThe
The wfetepen wk ti cf the IMYM Ita of Aidca JckD sUollhg sUollhgDwn teIIb teIIbD Ubc UbcD
Dwn D JIii1I the daD w wars ys lrlllMlM M M seas M with Better cbMrt cbMrtOr ciMcrOr cbeurtOr
Or steels 1tN to catch a sweet and tin tiny polling pollingTte praliDrbe peabaThe
The dan bells of Pock and all his hue ttntAwl Itn ItnArAl hueAnd
Awl veldt the Hgbt oT Springtide dear riearADd growing growingAod pw1nMid
ADd cmctl cl1 the violet apd the eglantine eglantineIB cPanttDin
in kfl JoIII with I Left Lmn K and ten and 3 3DlLtMn finite OsinDaibezi fcwtes fcwtesDttdKtt
DttdKtt ov dayfetal drh art the air ItrIIIM rfl eMIt ehfllAwl eMItAM chillAM
AM riMHtars hw 11 huic e MM and ferattaM ferahiiAnd so agooMlng agooMlngAnd 1IIt 1IItADd
And Huanrnta RIlIBtn 8 arc 1I1K1l 1n Life nod ad Death And 1 Dd un unBffore stillBefore UH UHBefore
Before Lord Fate oat Inexorable doomtaf doomtafShakcapere doo tlSbak dantn dantnhhakeepcre
Shakcapere Sbak re or r mnrftmring night or morning song songAlways IOIJtI songI
I I Always thyself r rbdeth bidet b calm and strong strongUeoiee strongUe strongUeoge
Ueoiee Ue Re Ii Clarke in the llookman
Simple Remedy Remed for the Hostility HostilityIlnilronil lIolltllUItllUroncl HostilityRailroad
Railroad Maunders Lament LamentFrm LamentFr LamentFriet
Frm t the Sew York Triton TritonAlmost ThhaHAlmost e eAlmo
Almost t daily the newspapers quote some somerailroad somoraILroad someraIlroad
railroad president as deploring th the public publlehostility pUbllhotlntJ publichostility
hostility to railways On Tuesday Preal Prealfleht 1redent rresldent
dent Truosdale of the Delaware Jjacka Jjackawanna LnokaWRnna Luckawanna
wanna and Western and President SUCk SUtikney Stllkbey SUCkhey
hey of the Groat Western Railroad Railroadpointed naUrollpointed Railroadpointed
pointed out the peril ahead a o d for railroads railroadsin
in what Mr StiCkney called caU d railroad railroadbaiting railroadlUng raliroadbaiUng
baiting lUng Mr Stlcknay said it was bound boundto boundto boundto
to bring on disaster dlMstci to the country at atlarge atlarge atlarge
large and Mr t Trueadalc predicted that thatIt thfttIt thatit
It would work great wrong wron and injustice injusticeto injua injuato
to the railroad interests Jntele ts of the country countryand countr countrand countryand
and in so doing injure 18 s general business businessinterests businessinterests s sInterests
interests Mr Truesdale confessed d that thatno thatno thatno
no doubt there th e Is some justification for forthis fertb18 forthis
this feeling of hostility h tIIlty As if to give giveforce styeforce giveforce
force to this acknowledgment t the same samedays JILmedays iamedays
days papers print prli1tfJae the news nev of the Ut i idictroent ht htdtctmeAt iiidlctment
dictroent of another a railroad for rebating rebatingThere rebatlngThere rebatingThere
There is I unquestionably sdttie cftft truth in inwhat Inwhat II IIwhat
what these various railroad managers say sayregarding MYI sayregarding
I regarding r prdlng the existence of a hostile senti sentiment enUment sentimeat ¬
ment toward towarahlnroad railroads It is more fully fullydeveloped fuUydeveloped fullydeveloped
developed in the Western States than it is ishere Iiii Ish
i here h re in the East tot in the Western WesternStates OFeSteOnStaten 1est8tAI
I States agitation against certain of the theetfls tilel theevils
l evils of o railroad management now gen generally gilDi gmtemily
i erally admitted even by b railroad men menhas menbaa
has been carried oa longer than in the theEast theBut theEast
1 East A number of primaries prhIt prim ries in States Statesin Statelllit Statesin
in the Middle West last fall were carried carriedon carriedon carriedon
on the antirailroad UralllOftd issue and again the thesame thesame
same e issue arose and prove proved a winning winningone winningone
one in the elections of those States But ButIt ButIt Butit
It does toes not seem to us that the feeling i iby lany Is Isby
by any means so great as some railroad railroadpresidents raUroe4pradeJtUl riirosdpresidents
presidents would have HH believe nor is isit iiiIt 1It
it so crystallised as to be full of danger dangereither dangeTntber dangerrither
either to the railroads or to the indus industrial Indutrta1 Inditetrial ¬
trial prosperity of the country count Most ost of ofthe o otlte ofthe
the socalled antirailroad legislation la lavarious JItval10u invarious
various States s Uea proceeds not n t from a spirit spiritof spiritof spiritof
of hostility ho toward the railroads but from froman rroman froman
an honest eftort if not always a wise one oneUf one onedo oneto
Uf do justice between the eonmeting in interests Intere8U Interests ¬
terests of the railroads n and the public pubHcIt
It is the Mime s fi Cort at justice t1ee that in inspired 1Jtaplred inspired ¬
spired the n interstate commerce eo uneree legislation legislationof
of a year ago agoThe apThe agoThe
The real dancer is I in the growth rowth of ofhostility orh08tlIlt7 ofhostility
hostility toward railroad It hi easily easilyconceivable easilyconceivable ly lyconceivable
conceivable that the sentiment t1lbftat existing existingnow exi exIOdstgnow laKnow
now might be inflamed to a perilous perllo perllodepee prIIOidegree perilousdegree
degree by demagogues aema on the one band bandand 1Ud handand
and by illconsidered action of the rail railroads railroa railroads ¬
roads roa on the other We have examples to toChicago 1ftCbicqo inChicago
Chicago and Cterdand within the Jut tosttwo Juttwo JaiLtwo
two years of o the destructive effects ecta On Onpublic Onpublic
public service ntce corporations eerp of a a thorough thoroughly ¬
ly aroused hostile public opinion If Ifthe fthe Ifthe
the railroads recognise be as their prod presidents Inau proddents ¬
dents say y they the do any 7 justification ju tiAeaUoR for forpublic torpubUc forpubllc
public antipathy they should make all allhaste aUbute oilhaste
haste to end the Justifying ju cause Merely Merelyto
to deplore m 1ft annual reports in speeches speechesand spHC spHCaDd epeech epeechand
and in public interviews the antagonistic antagonisticsentiment aB aBeeatblleDt antagonisticsentIment
sentiment and to point out Its dangers dangerscan t1aagencaD diingercan
can do no good It is attempting to sweep sweepback SVoTePback sweepback
back the MIL To my 1 as Mr TruesdaJe TruesdaJedoes Truellla1edoea Truesdaledoes
does that much of it is unjust exag exaggerated exaraenled exaggerated ¬
gerated unreasonable will not cure the thetrouble tMtrouble thetrouble
trouble for though that statement hi hiperfectly Japerfee Isperfeetly
perfectly perfee J true It is I perfectly eetIy commonplace commonplaceWhenever collHllOllplaeeWbeftenr commonplaceWhenever
Whenever just hostility exists prejudice prejudiceand prejudiceand prejudiceand
and UnreuDulnevlta1 unreason inevitably ly multiply it it The Therailroads Therailroads Therailroads
railroads should do their utmost to re remot remoft remeek
mot meek this tttI justification for the hostility hoBHtywhose tIItt7ex hostilitywhose
whose existence ex Mr Truesdale dale confesses conr
ItcHAonit nen onl for Thinking Money Rates RatesWill RntcsVIII flfttcsWill
Will VIII Xot ot Go Lower Loivcrrum L01erWhatever LowerFma
rum ts us aiiasfieisieji karat HcoonLWhatever karatWhatever
Whatever may be the temporary condi conditions eeviHtIonI esisdiLions ¬
Lions of business within the next few fewyears fewea fewyears
years ea by reason of the inability tMtI of Ute tiierailroads UtetaIlma therailroads
railroads 8 to carry on a broad campaign campaignof p gnl
of development t we have before ns the thecertainty theeertlat thecertainty
eertlat certainty that the growth of of this country eowetr7wW countrywin countrywill
will continue far f t hi excess e of anything anythingWhich anythingWhich <
Which we can now 110 see in the way of oftransportation oCtraDaportation oftransportation
transportation facilities It is possible possiblethat ibleUIat possiblethat
that th the persistent agitation agl l against the therailroads therat therailroads
rat railroads may aa miUtaie against their find finding ftDdtbe findlog ¬
log the needed capital for great expan expansion expansian ¬
sion 110 This may 7 temporarily cause some someslackening IOIDeeIaoJIelll somesloekesteig
slackening eIaoJIelll g m trade Interests hdei WHo but should shouldthte lh Shouldthis 1d 1dthis
this come about It will of necessity be beonly beonly beonly
only temporary rary and the succeeding pe1 pe1riod period pe perioti
riod of activity will 111 be b a as much greater greaterthan greaterthan r rthan
than the present as the power and mo momentmn JDOment1lllt mamentunt
mentmn oc fJl sir Naerease eue in population and andof aadof andof
of the worlds worN material advancement advancementgreater t tsnster fet fetgreater
greater than what we have had in the thepast theput thepost
past The Tb man who wants to prepare preparefor prepiRrefor propotefor
for the future must Rlu t broaden his horizon horizonami borizonaoo horizonand
and look out upon the world activities activitiesand acthit1eaDd activItiesand
and see that the conditions which now nowsurround nowaurI01IftcI nowsurround
surround u pa are entirely tlrely unlike anything anythingta aJt1thl aJt1thlIs
ta history historyThe historyThe toryThe
The railroads areeomptatolng a are com complaining lMalng about the theincreased theIDcreaeed theIncreased
increased cost of money and In some someeases IQm IQmcaRM somecases
eases are unwilling to pay the higher higherprice btsberprice higherpalee
price which money te commanding colDUlaDD Some Someare SoMeaft Someare
are overlooking ov riOOd certain e taia fundamental facts factsto fetato factsto
to which hicla attention att atlon has repeatedly been beencaltod MeacaUed beencalled
called These facts lac are are that there is such suchaa sucban suchan
an advance going on throughout trt1O hout the theworld theworld theworld
world coincident with steadily nIa nIaprtQN risingprices rising risingprices
prices and higher JI labor cost COM due in part partte 1tt partto
te t the worlds WO i activity and In part to toelleIlDe1lS thT thTenormous th thenormous
enormous increase In gold production that thatmoney thatmoney thatmoney
money will command a higher rate of in interest Iu Iutenet intereat ¬
tenet As A labor and agricultural and andmanufactured aDCImanufAetur andmanufactvrtd
manufactured d product have for toryean some someyears someyears
years been advancing a vaftdn hi cost cost so money
has been b e t doing the same The hankers hankersand IIImksH bankersnod
and the railroad people have Ita Y largely been beenWaiting beeI1witlDg beenWaiting
Waiting for a decline In money but In Instead tn tnfiNd instead ¬
stead of that money moM Is advancing advancldg or ex expressed 4C 4Cpra oxpressed ¬
pressed in another other way a higher her rate of ofinterest orIateFe ofInterest
interest t must he paid In order to secure securemoney securemODel securemoney
Judge IInrrl IInrrilllortii onx Tin Rulln Rullntile Ruling RulingFist 11 riff riffFNM
Fist Uw lb New Teak TeakAt SBM SBMAt st
At t a a time when much twaddle about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the unwritten law JeL w IS being dispensed dispensedthe dls ft8 ft8the
the remarks of Judge Harrison of Vir Virginia Ylr8Ibia Virglula ¬
ginia have a double value Worthy per persons per8OIUJ persong ¬
sons are not wanting who actually be believe be beUeve behove ¬
hove that the preservation re of society societyrequires Hcietyrequires secistyrequires
requires the exception ex ptIolt of certain deeds deedsfrom deedsfrom deedsfrom
from the restraints and punishments pant pro provided proby provideil ¬
vided by the statutes The unwritten unwrittentew unwrittenlaw
law 1 w spells no law and means the eleva elevation elevalion elevaLion ¬
lion of every person into judge jury and andexecutioner an4executtomr andexecutionOr
executioner It is worth noticing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the individuals who disregard d n1 the con constituted constituted conetituted ¬
stituted Autho authorities lte in settling tllaS their own owndisputes OWftd18putes owndisputes
disputes show small desire to accord the thasame thoame thesante
same liberty to their tJaelr neighbors neighborsCongress nej neighborsCongress hbors hborsCongres
Congress Do Dodged dp CM the CnnnI Jolt JoltFran JolJFJOIIl JoltFmat
Fran Uw Lwrisrilte GoarfcrJaunML GoarfcrJaunMLCongress orterJ1Con OssdcrJcarusiCongresg
Congress Con r s has largely la ely refused to exercise exerciseIts exerciseIta exerciseIts
Its right and to perform its duty dut in d dtermlning dtennlning do dotermlnhng
termlning how the canal shall be built builtI DUUt8fld builtand
I and 8fld has left the work mainly to the Ex Executive ExCUUve 1xecutlve ¬
ecutive No continuous plan for doing doingwe dotn dotnthe
the work 118 be tdOed OJtted BUt but Instead tnsLMdwe Insteadwe
we have ha had a series of experiments exftbnenwhleh experimentswhich
I which must mu t be said to hfcve ve been failures failuresfor tnuresr failuresfor
for r < they have been repeatedly renounced renouncedor renognceor
or changed That is not the way wa in whIch whIcha t ta
I a a great enterprise cliterprt8eJtke like this should be bemanaged HmftASed bemanaged
managed mftASedJ
Jtr J r Shaw Shn I If Out of I IFrom It Ittile ItFrom
From th tile R B stoM TmMcri Tr Tisucript TisucriptMr WICSipC WICSipCMr C CMr
Mr Shaw therefore by going soln to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York withdraws from the gMt rct Presi Presidential Presidential Pegjdeutlal ¬
dential race The list of Republican can candidates can414t candIdatii ¬
didates 414t te shorter by one than before b tore his hisdecision Insdeclslo lu ludecodn
decision was made It may be narrowing rr wing
down to the point where the party will willhave 111 111havet I Ihave
have havet t to look around to see who it can canget caRt canget
get t to take the place anyhow anyhowFeminine anyhowtemlnille anyhowPeininlite
Feminine Sinti Statistics SfntlHUclfUi StatisticsFta tlc tlcFMM
FMM the all ttaco IIO co Peat PeatA I IA latA
A statistician with nothing batter Ur to do dohas dohas dohas
has discovered d that a woman W w 1Mn carries from fromforty fromforty fromforty
forty to sixty slxt miles of f hair on her head headThis headThia heedThis
This busy little figurer might now start in inand I II inand
I and give e us ail ttgtImate estimate mate oh the length of ofher ofb ofher
her b r tongue
Properly Seasoned SeasonedIt
It made the t losing ro R rcrrnft t hot hotNo botXo hotNo
No wonder he was DiutemL DiutemLThe iuatemllbt instereitThe
The fowaan penpend him with itb shot shotUigbt abotIUgbt shotlhght
Uigbt after he w fitS mtwleraL mtwleraLCatliolic HmtntdCatholic muMmy muMmyCatholic
Catholic Standard and Times TlxncsI
I have just returned from that laalnt laalntand 1tlntand a tat tatand
and interesting old town tow of San Antonio Antoniowhldh Antoniowht Antoniowhldh
whldh wht h In addition to its glorious climate climatehas climatehRs ctimutGhits
has a distinct charm peculiarly its own ownsaid ownBald owna1d
said a1d Mr F A A Mendon of New tew York at atthe atthel atthe
the Arlington ArlingtonThere ArlingtonThere n nhere
There here is hardly any an city in the th United UnitedStatUs i UnitedState nl ted tedSt4t
St4t State StatUs that has a a greater history than thanthis ttuutthis thaitthis
this ancient place for In its limits vas rasenacted Taenacted vasenacted
enacted a drama of such absorbing ab human humaninterest h humaInterest unuut unuutJnter
interest Jnter ilt that the story will go down the thegenerations theg thegenottttlonstlse
g noihtlOnst1te generations the drama of Alamo San SanAntonio SnAnt SanAntonio
Antonio Ant nto Is very oM the th Catholic fathers fathersbuilt fa fattierbuilt then thenbuilt
built mission mla ton there 217 1 years ago but to today to today today ¬
day it Is a live bustling uptodate town townthe towntJle townthe
the biggest bJ t In Texas Tex and full of progres progressive prll prugressive r rshoe ¬
sive and hospitable men and women womenThere wom wonenThere n nThere
There is a tremendous development going goingon goipgon goingon
on throughout Texas and I was told that ttiatlands tlJatland thatinds
lands land in the region between Brownsville Brownsvilleand Browru11end Brownsvliiedad
and nd Corpus Christ had risen rt to an al almost cimost 1 1IJHt ¬
most incredible ngur figure because of their theirpn thrirprndUtlnne theirprcdndtteeneas
pn prndUtlnne > dUeness in paying payln crops cropsAa cropsa cropsAn
Aa Instance lR8ta tce was wa narrated of a farrier farriercutting rarnKTeatt1ng farnwrcutting
cutting ten crops of alfalfa within a > pmr pmrand r rand rana
and making ktn as much as ieO 60 on a single sfegleIt singleacre Ie Ieacre
acre acreIt
It might be that if by the time of the themeeting themeecing themeeting
meeting of the next Republican national natietialconvention nationalconvention 1 1convention
convention the fact becomes beeom apparent apparentthat JIIUtmtthat appeaentthat
that certain success for the RepuUfetins RepuUfetinsis
is bound up hi the nomination of Col ColRoosevelt CoLROORVtlt CotRoosevelt
Roosevelt his persona personal wishes wt hes will be bedisregarded bedtaregarded bedisregarded
disregarded and the convention crty ntion will wi pro proceed J procoed ro roceed ¬
ceed to name name him for another term said saidMr saidMr atel atelJlIr
Mr J W Deweese a prominent Lincoln LincolnNebr IADtolnNebr LJneolnNebr
Nebr lawyer at the Sboreham SborehamThis SborebamTb SborehamThis
This Tb is a day when party ties no longer longerhold Joeserhold lougerhold
hold inen ft as 1 they did a very few years yearsago Ylarsa yearsago
ago a and in view of the disappearance dJ ppear1Dft of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ancient thick and thin partisanship partisanshipthe
the nomination JIOmln tloll of the present Chief Execu Executive BaICUtlve Exaicuthe ¬
the may be deemed a necessity by the theparty theparty theparty
party managers man There is no use con concealing eonceall conceiling ¬
ceiling ceall the fact that JoL < Brydn is still stilla
a factor in national na 1 politics and that he hehas hehas hehas
has the admiration of a host of his htscountrymen hiscountrymen hiscountrymen
countrymen He would certainly be no noInsignificant noIaslgnlflC8Jlt noinslgnlftcant
Insignificant opponent and that there ar armany are aremany aremany
many who think he could bent any man manthe anthe manthe
the Republicans R pubUean8 could name hswriag Col ColRooeevelL ColRoo CoiRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooeevelLThere Roo RooseveltThere eveltThn
There was no happier max u in the Na National National National ¬
tional Capital lost night than Mr Wil WilHam William Wii11am
Ham E Sharp of IndianapOlIs Indi n gentle gentleman fIIatJfman enotleman > ¬
man who has a multttvd c C meads In Inevery inevery
every part of the country ltr7 Mr Sharps Sharpspleasant Sharpspleasaat Sharpssnt
pleasant snt humor arose e iron the fact that thatafter thatalter tbatafter
after a prolonged and < bitter struggle strugglecovering strugglecovering k kawer1Qg
covering a a period of a year 1 and a half the thsbouse thtboUlie thehouse
house represented by him himtile the Atlas En Englae EngIiM Engiho
glae Works WOl1Ul1Ms ws s yesterday awarded wat68a wi ° ded the thecontract theCOI thecoitract
contract COI bKt for installing the M IMtIIone IMtIIonejMJWer iSSborsc iSSborscpower horse horsepower ¬
power watertube water < tube boilers boIl l8 that win in infuture infuture litfuture
future serve to heat illuminate and fur furnish furJd furnish ¬
nish pOwer to the CapKoi c PltoL th U Lttrarr LttrarrOf IAnryr
Of Congress and the new Senate and andHouse andIIou andHouse
House buildings 1 uUdmq one of the worWt most mostnotable MOStMCaJM ost ostotble
notable group of buildings buildingsIt
It was the culmination of a long siege siegeof J lege legeof siegeof
of spirited competition by the greatest greatestfirms greatestfirma test testor
firms of the United States Congress has hasalready hasaJftIMy hasalready
already appropriated for the Improve Improvement MpieveIDeDt ¬ t tmeat
meat which will cost from fz JttMnJ to to9MM toaa4 toidlrn
9MM and n will require Peat bsut ons year
to complete completeIn ClNftpeteIx
In my m optnfon oa the confgninfe of the theSixtieth thesaxutJt theSixtieth
Sixtieth Congress next IHfaomtier Dl D eesber j th thDemscratie the th6D theDindeitle
Demscratie D minority anlDorlt win proceed pcoe t lie re reelect neteet icelect
elect John J Jam Iha Sharp WUMame us iileader party partyfeeder rty rtyer
feeder er by an overwhelming Oftt Ofttsatd overwbelmtIgsaid majority majorityeoJd
said Hon Marcus Man A A Smith the noted notedDelegate tOtedDelegate tfd tfdDellgal6
Delegate from Arteona at the J MeW N ew Wil Willard WIIhen Willard
lard lardhen
hen hen the Sixtieth h Congress meets by bythe bythe b bthe
the way Mr tr Smith will be tile tether of ofthe orthe ofthe
the House on the Democratic side as he hewill hewill liewill
will be the only onl nut of tie entire entireminority eDtiremtDOritY eatireminority
minority who was a member of th thFiftieth thl1fttetb the theFlitleth
Fiftieth Congress o which hIek began existence existencejust tenclust oxhoencejust
just twenty years ago agoMr SOJ agoMr
J Mr Williams resumed the Armenian AciasnUnwill Armenianwill n nw
w will J be elected because he deserves erv to t b bI bf bfI be beI
I dv s not t Mean to disparage any who have havebeen ltavPobeeII havebeeii
beeII mentioned as fate successor c to leader leadership leadership leadership ¬
ship for they are men of ability abllit and andfully antifuUy anlfully
fully competent com but it is not a wise policy policyto poIJc poIJcto
to retire a man who has demonstrated demonstratedhis
his fitness and has made Ms nnnte a ahousehold aheUMIIoW ahousehold
household ward tat every wart of the thenation thenation thenation
nationU nationAlthough nation nationAlthough
Although U the chances are greatly in infavor infavor Infavor
favor of the raUAcattoa raWlca Olt of the constitu constitution Litu LituLion tu tutIon ¬
tion now nO beta being framed by the people of ofOklahoma ofQ ofQklaboms
Oklahoma Q some little danger of an ad adverse adteM adverse ¬
verse vote exists said Mr ft IL M Camp Campbell Campbell Campbell ¬
bell a prominent lawyer of Oklahoma OklahomaCity OIdaIIomaCity OklahomaCity
City at the New Wlllard WlllardThe Willa Willarbe WillardThe
The rbe risk tte lid to a a combination csmbli tlost of dis disgruntled di diU1Itled dicgruntled ¬
gruntled U1Itled Democrats and Henttbttcans HenttbttcansThe 1k ihepablicansThe blkans blkansTbtt
The constitution makers have we given givencaue pvellc givetcue
cue c u e of offense o < eDR to a good many 1DJIlpeopl 1DJIlpeoplADd peopland peopl peopland
and there is no doubt that they tile havo havomade Jaa JaaIftade hev hevmade
made the mistake of overtosjlttg etk nb th thorgante thqrpale thargaiste
organte law with measures that teaiiv teaiivhave t8i t8ihave Ieailvhave
have no piece in that Instrument au IIIIIM and andthat andthat antithat
that should be left for subsequent 8U legis legislative Jegidlath legisIatlse ¬
lative lath enactment To begin egin n with wltII the theconvention th thcomentiOD tlwconvention
convention ought net to have attempted attemptedsuch atteIDptcdh attemptedsuch
such h a big bI task with such an inadequate inadequaterant tn Inadequatetineunt uale ualetfM
tfM tineunt rant of expense money The Theam sum of ofif4om
if4om 600 was not nearly sufficient nor was wasIt wasIt wasit
It reasonable nable to suppose ppo that a constitu constitution een tttudOlt eocetititiult ¬
dOlt could Jd be formed in sixty stxt days which whichwas whichwu Whichwas
was the allotted time Eventually e no nodoubt nothe nodoubt
doubt the makers of the constitution constitutionwill codatliutlonwill 1rtjon
will 111 rectify f7 any 7 erTG errors s that hove been beenmade beenaM beenmade
made and will submit ubadlte to the people a aconstitution aeDIIStltuUon aemetitutlon
constitution that will merit their t ap approval approval approvaL ¬
proval provalA provalA
A friend of mine who ho is fond of in investigating InvestJp invest1gaUo ¬
vestigating vestJp odd phases of ofltt ttfs itt tent me not notlong ROt10n notlong
long 10n ago that It was a a common thing t in inlarge InIaJ1e inlarge
large cities eltJes particularly among a the thepoorer thepoerer thepoorer
poorer classes cia to let boys and girls rI go goto gotft goto
to school each morning < without Wi IcMIl having havingtasted h tngtasted havingtasted
tasted food fOCXl said 14 Mr X J M M Howard of ofChicago otChlca ofChicago
Chicago Chlca at the Bbtittt House HonseHe HoueHe HouseHe
He said there was no doubt of the thetruth thp thptruth thetruth
truth of this statement staenient emMlt but to my mind mindit mindIt mindIt
it seems incredible l In my boyhood par parents parent pareatS ¬
eatS would ould as soon have thought of send sending sendIDS sendlag ¬
IDS their young ones to jail as to school schoolwithout schoolwithout schoolwithout
without any breakfast I do not see how howthey howthey howthey
they can do any An study worth th the name nameon nameen m mon
on empty stomachs but the rising gen generation Fnel1lUon genstation ¬
station differs in so many ways way from fromthat fromthat frontthat
that which preceded it It that perhaps perhapsone perbapsone perhapsone
one ought ht not to be astonished at any anything anytbll1S anythIng ¬
thing reported of it itUnited ItUniled ItUnited
United States District Attorney AUtJnllle Joseph JosephKeeling 1esephl JosephieeImg
Keeling l eMJ of Ihfflanapnlls rft ha h has bee heed at th thRaleigh tho thonJeJftt thRaleigh >
Raleigh for several days Mr Keeling < is isone i ione Isone
one of the most influential of Booster BoosterState ReNterState HoosierStte
State Republicans and he is the t e close closeI closeirsoNaI >
I personal friend d of Vice President Prefllient Fair Fairbanks oairbcmk Fairbanks ¬
banks During his stay in Washington Washingtonthe Wa VasIiingtOitthe ltington ltingtoni
i the IndttUilan n has been in consultation consultationI consultationwith
I with some me Of 0 the th most mo t powerful party partyleaden partyl8WeiS partyleaders
leaden in UK country eo Lnatl presumably presumablysonMing PItIhHhlylso
lso sonMing sovPdIn them as to their t r Presidential Presidentialpredilections PIt8IdenUalIpredl PiiIden1IalpredIlections
predilections t1ons Sir Keeling must have hawcelved re received PCcalved ¬
Ipredl calved plenty of encouragement eocoura mtnt as to t his hisfavorites blsfavorites hisfavorites
favorites prospects for he has been In Inexcellent InexcelleDt Inexcellent
excellent spirits during his wools stay stayIn stayIn stayIn
In Washington WashingtonIn e eIs
In Hokc Ilenvy Hen Cake CakeIfoia Cftker Cakeflttiut
Ifoia 1 0 lilt 8t Lawk PostDin PostDinIn lalt laltIn IsDOistcb IsDOistcbIn
In a a time when folks are weighed weigheddown weigheddown weigheddown
down by solemn 8Iftn heavy vy matters re remarks r rmarks yemarks ¬
marks the New N York Herald we sheuld sheuldb shftltdb shOvdbe
b b grateful ttCul to the Georgians 11da1Ul who have haveentered haTeontettd htveonteled
entered Hoke Smith as a candidate candidatefor candidatefor candidtefor
for Pfoslflont Isnt Hoke Smith heavy heavysolent hellvysol heavyselnln
solent sol ntn R matter matterA
A llchily lentl Drnntl DrnntlFran DrnntlFn BrandPros
Fran U au Kumt K CIty ear SterAbraham rAbrabam earAbraham
Abraham Lincoln once said that he hewished h hewished r r1shed
wished his bl other generals g > n rals would drink drfnksome drinksome drinksome
some of the whisky whl k that Gen Gendrank Grant Grantdrank GnLRtdrank
drank But he would ould never have made madethe madethe nadethe
the same sort of f remark about thf th oham ohamPflgne chsmp diampogne
Pflgne p gne that Gen Grants son drinks

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