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the I he cover oov r of the Federal government JIOvemlDelltIn to toine a aiflO
ine In of the most remarkable episodes ep of ofeconomic ofnr ofur
nr ur economic mic history Resistance to toFederal toFNieral toederal
Federal regulations latlona has suddenly become becomeacquiescence becomeaeQuiacenee becomeacquIceftee
acquiescence in It President Pre t Booaevelt Booaeveltvho ROo8eveitwho RooeveItwho
who has ho Infused life into the theory and andpractice aDdpractice andpractico
practice of corporation control through throughKivernmental thruugtatemmeatal throughvernmental
Kivernmental agency to now sought after afteriV afterI
iV I V railway managers mDa er1I as 1 a possible savior saviorvested lavlorvfSted saviorC
< C vested interests from the onslaught onslan < hbJ of ofState oftate 0fstate
State tate legialattoo l tJoa His vivid warning warni that thatif thatj tba tbai
j if i t corporations would not accept with withKood wtthgood withgood
good grace the Jel legitimate ttmate supervision of ofthe ort oflh4
the t h + government they tlleywoald would be confronted confrontedwith eontnmtedwith confrontedwith
with the rule of the mob seems to have havehot have1t1 haveh4I
hot 1t1 u taken JCfl very seriously by our financial financialmagnates IaaDctalmagnates nancaIutgnates
magnates to whose excited visions the themob thenlob themob
mob appears to have taken the tangible tangiblet
t t rm rn of the State legislator legislatorMr letrltorlr legislatorMr
Mr lr Harrtmans wish to for etarr cloe co cooperation eo eonptration cofipatIOn ¬
operation between the government ernlDeDt and andihe aDdthe andThe
the railroads Mr Morgan ia I seeking to tohave toha tohave
ha have public anxiety allayed respecting the ther erlatloD8 therattons
rlatloD8 r < iutions of the government and the therailroads therailroadll therailoado
railroads Mft XrYoak M2Yoakam Yoakmn wants a dose dosealliance etealliance dosea
alliance a liance between bet n the railroads and andiii
iii 1 ie < government meaning thereby therebyJVleral therebyra1 therebyI
JVleral I eraI ra1 control t of all traffic both bothstate botbtate bothtate
state tate and interstate Mr Mellen MelleD in inan ina Ina
an a I address delivered a a short time ago agopressed OpreSKd agopremed
> pressed preference for regulation by byi
1 in j e t general government rather than by byih by11i
b ih i States although he criticised the thexisting thexistlnc theI
I xisting Federal rate law in severe terms termsHut tennaBut termsut
Hut ut what can the President do to accom accomKjdate aceomLndate accomthose
Kjdate these gentlemen t1emen He is I already alreadyommltted aJrea4JtlHmltted alreadytinim1tted
ommltted to a modification of existing existingstatutes exlstlnctautcn existingt
statutes t a utc so as to permit traffic agree agreements qreel1t agreeI ¬
ments l1t I > nts under Federal Fed l supervision as ft Mr MrHarriman MIit M1I
Harriman it I I a ITilllD has frequently reminded us u
1 10 O they really want the Federal govern governin governiint
in 11 iint nt to go still further Into the field of ofilroad Ofil ofilroad
ilroad il road regulation aad an to absorb all the thepowers
powers 1 w WrS rs now exercised ed by the States in inraid Inard inaid
raid thereto It reto We should hardly think thinkPresident tblakPresidcnt thinkL
L President strong nationalist na lat as he to toId 18 18Id Iir
r Jj Id be prepared to travel aU the way wayAith waydt wayrE
rE Aith dt our rapidly progressing INOtI railway railwayt
T t r ismen f smen in that direction directionA directioneven
A even en larger demand upon un the Fed FedI Fedpower
1 power is contained in the suggestion suggestionit
it t LPn n heard In railroad circles ctr le that the thePresident thePrsldeat thelresldent
President should do something to curb curbanticorporation curbantIooraUoa
1 anticorporation activities fCUviUe of State Statei Statejgslature
gislaturea i i This Thl to a sphere of en endeavor en endil enddvor ¬
deavor dil or into which our Presidents have havenot bav bavntt hvenot
not hitherto attempted to enter Mr MrHoosevelt MrHoosevelt MrIUOSOVelt
Hoosevelt baa been n compelled to take taketice taketie taketiPe
> tie of the proceedings of the Califor California Nfor Nforhia ¬
nia J hia i I legislature le and has used his infin infinnee IntlulIet InfluI
nee I It to defeat measures re pending therein thereini thereineause thereincause
i > cause they affected our foreign rein relaiiiis reinh
1 iiiis h prejudicially The precedent seems seemst
t > have no applicability to the railway railwaysituation raUwayIt railwaytuat1ofl
situation It ua Uon for State railway legislation in inwise Inwille inwise
wise injuriously affects the Federal FederalKovornment Feel Feelglmment Fedra1vrnment
Kovornment glmment vrnment nor is it likely to interfere interferei
i I conflict with Federal legislation on the thesame thet
same t m mt subjectmatter subjectmatterThe
The country will aVait with Intense ia iarst Iathe Int
t rst the outcome of the railway mag magnates IMCalts magLtts ¬
nates alts appeal to the President Pre8ldentwith Bristling Bristlingwith flriatllugit
with it ii suggestive possibilities P of govern governin aovem1IIntal governiiientel
1IIntal in ntal action the situation affords a n now JNtWupportunlty nowpportunIty v vopportunity
opportunity for the manifestatioa of Mr MrKooscvelts MrHuo Mr1uoseveIts
Kooscvelts Huo eveJts genius ra In overcoming novel novelxi novelnigenclea noveltxigenclea
nigenclea < xi enciea m 16 statecraft statecraftTncle statecraftLnde tecralt tecraltTneJe
Tncle Joe Cannon Ojinnosi to said to have havedanced havedanted havedtneed
danced at a birthday party at San Juan JuanKxtraordraary JuanExtraerdhlary JuanExtraordinary
Extraordinary conduct at San an Juan J J11ade has hasinad hasmade
inad made one PresidenL PresidenLGoing Pre8IcIenLG Presld nt ntGoing
Going G in Too Par ParWe Pare rrVe
We Ve e admit the most Intense ee adadration adadrationl uo uojr
l jr I ir r UOJc1 Old Borax more politely hut not notj Otmore
j more i ore > affectionately kntown as Dr Harvey Harveyv BanreyWiley
v Wiley chief chemical sharp of Uae the De DeVartment De DeJartment Dodrtrnent
Vartment drtrnent of Agriculture He hat made madesome madetme mademe
some > me highly interesting < experiments lDeDt dur during 4uri ¬
ing i 3 jS hIs occupancy of that oflice and his htopublished hispllbllsbecl hispubliehed
published conclusions and suggestions suggestionsiment auggstjouaa
iment 11 ntnt the subject of food have especially especiallyrrested MPedally MPedallyrrested
1 rrested attention and commanded deep deeptnd deepknd deepnd
tnd nd abiding a g respect respectTt L L1t
Tt T t to possible however for even the thetuost thelIltst thenost
tuost careful fuJ and honest of zealots to be be1d beld beid
1d into error of Judgment t and nd give YC con cons conqunt constjUent
s stjUent < tjuent utterance to painful mistakes mttaIt and andiangerous liddangelOQIJ nj njdangeroia
iangerous advice We believe that Old OldBorax OldBorax Oldikrux
Borax had made such ueII a mtatake in an announcing 11IIlIounling announeng ¬
nouncing the highly hJ < interesting lotad fact factthat tactthat factthat
that it is possible to make a good whole wholesome WboIenme wholeborne ¬
some nme whisky ky from ordinary onIl sawdust sawdusts
s l > t l > go god in fact fael that it to not to be beDiffer becJtrenotiattod befferentlated
Differ cJtrenotiattod ntiated by mere sense n e of taste alone aloneliom alonefrom alonefrom
from the til the finest flne < Kentucky bourbon bourbonAs bourbons bourbonAs
As s a so Nautiful lIttful and noteworthy chemical chemicalanomplisliment chemical1Tomplihmnt chemicaliofl1pIislirneflt
anomplisliment ne fl doubt this will appeal appealstrongly appealtrungly appealtruflgIy
strongly to the professional and the savant savantbut avanlhut savanthut
hut the dissemination of such knowledge knowledgeamong kno knoamong knowledgeimong
among the th > laymen laymenthe the common tnOD run of ofmankind ofmankind ofiiankInd
mankind so > to speak speataeelftll seems to us to be hesomething betomethlng beantnethlng
something not dictated by cautlor or a aTit atit alit
Tit anti proper regard for car the prominent prominentind prominentIud prominentnd
ind Iud nd wolldefined characteristics bHra < tenstle of human humannatun humanlIatU humaniiatur
lIatU natun as it It exists ex 8t and has existed for forthousands torthuUlMlnds fozthousands
thousands of f years rea Informing < a fellow fellowMientiMt fellowdtntl4l fellowSLienthet
MientiMt that the transformation of a ahandful ahandful ahandful
handful of sawdust into a pint of pala palatable latlatable ¬
table bourbon is one thing letting tho thogeneral th thgfnerul thg
general g nerul run of folks know kno that all neces necessary nc ncc nccary g gary ¬
sary ary for the manufacture of the said saidbourbon saidIiurbcn
bourbon is I a handful of chips dupe a hot fire flreand firerd firencI I
and rd an old coffee pot is quite quit distinctly distinctlyid disUnetlyiilll
iilll id most emphatically another anotherVe anoth anotherWe > r
We Ve e hiive 1tC no dout dooM > t that I Dr > r Wileys ex experiments experimtnts cxperiments ¬ I
periments researches and demonstrations demonstrationshave tlt demonstrationshave > monstrations monstrationshave
have been b t1 conducted with an eye wholly whollysingli whollyinglc whollying1e
singli inglc TO t th public weal and welfare welfareWithin wpltarethi welfareWIthr
Within thi n pr < > p r and 1 nd sharply IIha rply defined limits limitshis limithis limitshis
his < < > r sbfls ns are > public property but butin hutIn butill
in tl > < M 1 ta ntrein jJtrt > in cited it cannot fail to toImpress 10hupf t tixupres
Impress hupf the thoughtful that the doctor doctorI
in his excess of patriotic zeal has over overshot oversbot overshot ¬
shot the mark and has unwittingly set setbis Ntbls sethis
his fellowcountrymen out upon a road readof roadof roadof
of individual experiment fX r1mnt calculated calcu1at to tolead tolead tolead
lead them into paths of uncertainty and andquestionable andquestloftble andqueetlotble
questionable questloftble propriety proprietyTo
To be sure the production of sawdust sawdustbourbon sawdustbourbon sawdustbourbon
bourbon Is noteworthy from an esthetic estheticand eBtlMUcaDd estheticand
and purely experimental point of view viewbut vie viebut vIerbut
but to point out the distillery cJt in the wood woedpile woodpile
pile coupling with the pointing an an announcement anOuneerneRt announcement ¬
nouncement of the peculiarly persuasive persuasiveand peraua persuasiveand tvc tvcanc1
and sometimes irresistibly seductive pos possibilities poaabllltiea poesiblIItles ¬
sibilities concealed therein Is we are in inctiaed Inclined Indined
dined to think a procedure f freighted with withinfinite wltbInlnlte withlnlhdte
infinite possibilities of dire cJIreaac1 aad disastrous disastrousconsequence dbutrouconaequence disastrousconaequeme
consequence consequenceThe conaequenceThe conaequemeThe
The Teddy TecIcl Tetybears bears are areto to be put In comic comicopera comicopera comicopera
opera It was unreasonable UD nab1e to believe believethat be believethat v vthat
that their good luck would continue for forWiping forever forever
Wiping Out a Disgrace DisgracethuiMa DIsgrnce DIsgrnceOther DisgraceOthtr
Other we ssUum ass u aesssU IPfIIdIIIs IPfIIdIIIse pmdt pmdtsate
e thuiMa ua i lea MMdtoMMl mlcs s4 dmiUraid IiIIaiJMo olha aid to topis toUadr totbefr
Uadr dI est ftIIII Suas eta day tile udeaa udeaatie pm pmi
tie i wffl ooMtode mda that thdr th tack of a SMRteat dIaatriDe SM SMitae atTie
riDe Tie is a MtfcMM Stasnoe m M sot will fedfeto io wt wtovflHIMdiaJa wipe It Ittff k1h0
ovflHIMdiaJa 1h0 tff iW5th iW5thBefore LMM LMMBefore l lBefore
Before that to done however the Ameri American Amer1can Ametican ¬
can people may conclude to wipe ii out our ourantiquated ourantiquated ourantiquated
antiquated and obstructive navigation navigationlaws navigationlaws
laws so as to enable our shlopla ahI fHIII ng inter interests Intere8t Intereats ¬
eats to buy aad build shtpst SbIIS 1 and they theymay twymay thymay
may also determine de r 1dne to revise re the tariff tariffso tariffno
so that there may y be belt a s larger volume volumeof TDI TDIc
of c foreign fOlelSn trade to carry between our ourport ourportM ourports
port ports and foreign shores shoresOur slw shoresOur nIL nILQur
Our present national D tIonal disgrace may be bemetertally bemeterlally bemeterlaUy
metertally diminished In both these ways wayswithout wa wawltbout wayiwIthoutaddh
without wIthoutaddh adding to It the disgrace of a raid raidupon raidupon raidupon
upon the Treasury for the T Tsteamship 1teM1t of of8team8blp ofsteamshlp
steamship monopolies monopoliesThere moaopoUeBTbere monopoliesThere
There is i often more than one way wa of ofdoing ofcIotII ofdoing
doing a thing t In into Instance our con contemporary eoatemporal7 contemperry ¬
temporary has pointed out the wrong wrongway WIOqway wrongway
way waySouth waySuth
South s uth American revolutions are areto getting gettingto
to be tame affairs If our old friend Gen GenUrfbtUriht GeaUrtltiUrtbl GsaUribiUrihi
UrfbtUriht would couple eoapIetake himserne bimsi up upagain upagain
again and take the field eid sometiuag might mightbe mightbedolug t tbedol
be bedol bedolug doing
And Now ow Comes lowal lowalAnd Iowa IownAnd IowaAnd
And now It is In the Iowa legislature legislatureRoosevelt JecWatureRooeeveIt IegIstureRoosevelt
Roosevelt i5 I5 5 Cummins 7 Shaw Taft
4 Root 1 1 1 Second choice preferences preferencesTaft pntenmeaTaft preferencesTart
Taft Taft It Cummins 7 Shaw 7 L La Foi Foilette 101 101Jette 701lotte
lette 2 Root Root 1 Deneen 1 Beveridge Bn Np 1 1One 1 1One 1One
One One Democrat declared Roosevelt was washto wascboIce wash
hto h choice and one Republican intimat intimated iatbaateel intbnatof ¬
ed he would vote for Bryan Seven of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those naming Roosevelt named Cummins Cumminsas Cummlmeeon4I
as a second choice Nineteen gave ft Roose Roosevelt aoovelt Iloosevolt ¬
velt as both first and second choice choiceLast ebolceLut ChoiceLast
Last week week the Republican legislatures wr of ofNebraska ofNebruka ofNebraska
Nebraska Del South Dakota were polled poUedon poUecl poUeclon polledon
on this th interesting question with the thesame theeame thesame
same ommo ominous result resultROOIIevelt Roosevelt The TheRepublican TheBepubUcan TheRepublican
Republican convention of the State of ofWashington ofWinston ofWashington
Washington but October tobeI declared Its It be bettef be bellet belief
ttef that the American people would de demand de dewi domsnd ¬
mand of Theodore Roosevelt the sacrifice sacrificeInvolved CrUIee CrUIeeIDvolved crlflceInvolved
Involved in his agreeing to serve them themagain tbemapfft themagain
again as candidate ndIdate and President About Aboutthe Aboutthe Aboutthe
the same time the Republican State con convention eonventlon convention ¬
vention of Kansas Ka gave voice to a at1ar she similar sheilaz ¬
ilar belief beliefDivers MUefDIven beliefDivers
Divers and sundry statesmen have re recently Nceatly recently ¬
cently emerged from the inner chambers chambersof enof
of the Executive omcec o with outgivings outgivingsthat ouqIvbIpthat outglvhigsthat
that denote discueshms of the topic with withthe witIathe withthe
the President himself elf Senator Depew Depewtold DepewtoJd Depewtold
told the waiting reporters that he had hadboldly hadboldly hadboldly
boldly proclaimed to the President the theconviction thecoavtctloa theconviction
conviction that the people e would listen I18teato I18teatono to tono tono
no declination Former Representative RepresentativeMartin R Resentat1veMartin tattve tattveMartin
Martin of 0 South Dakota gave ve out a aearefuHyprepared actrefuftJprepared aearetullyprepsred
earefuHyprepared statement setting tting forth forththe torttathe forththe
the logic of events eftJI that point laevlta Inevitably to toa toa toa
a renominaUon renominaUonMeantime reaomIDatloLMeantime renomInationMeantime
Meantime the occupant OCCQ t of the White WhiteHouse WhiteBou WhiteHouse
House e goes on about his business No Noman Noman 0 0man
man has refused the nomination of a great greatparty peatparty groatparty
party for President No patriot could re refuse ftfue retune ¬
fuse the mighty 1III oroee if chosen by a a open spontaneous 8POntaaeowJ opentaneous ¬
taneous Bwvemrat of his countrymen countrymenOnly eountrymenOnly countrymenOnly
Only once has a thirdterm movement movementbeen movementbeen movementbeen
been started started and then It was narrowly narrowlydefeated narrowlJdefeated narrowlydefeated
defeated by a cabal of politicians poUtlc There Thereto
Is small mall room for doubt that had Grant Oraatbeen Graatbeen Grantbeen
been nominated then he would have IaLft been beenelected beenelected beenelected
elected But the people have elected electedTheodore eleetedTheodore electedTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt only once oncethe Besides Besidesthe Besidesthe
the third term to no longer a bogey Who Whois Whois 110 110Is
is frightened by it It Not the people only onlysome onl onlome onlyanne
some of the the politicians For the present presentat
at least the people have been delivered deliveredfrom deliveredfrom deliveredfrom
from the hands of the politicians politiciansObserve poUtidaDSObeerve politiciansObserve
Observe that in the Iowa legislature legislatureone leaI8IatureMone
I Ib
Mone one Democrat declared Roosevelt was wasbis washis
his b choice and one Republican 1D intimat intimated lntimated mat mated ¬
ed he would vote for Bryan Observe Observealso Obeerve Obeervethat Observealso <
also that m ha the same assemblage of the thepeoples thepeoptes thepeoples
peoples representatives Robert Martin MartinLa lartJnLa MartinLa
La FoUette P received only two votes to toone toOM toone
one for Elihn Root Straws sometimes sometimesshow 80MetilDellshow sometimesshow
show which way the wind blows WowsLord blowsLord blowsLord
Lord Charles Bereaford says ys the nation nationthat natioathat nalionthat
that spends money for battle antes to but butpaying butUte butyIng
paying yIng the premium pr on a peace policy policyBat po eBut policyBut
But does the nation ever get the policy poUcypaid polleypaid policypaki
paid up
Lack of Terminal Facilities PncflltlasLack PuefiltiesLack FacilitiesLack
Lack of terminal facilities ia the opin opinion opInloR opinbit ¬
ion of our intelligent contemporary the thePortland tbePortIaJICI thePortland
Portland Oregonian accounts ia very con considerable eon eon81c1erable considerable ¬
siderable part for the apparent inability inabilityof btllty btlltyof
of the railroads raI to handle their business buslneuat businessatpresent businessat
at atpresent present pre The view vieW is not new and aj It tthas Itbeea Itbaa
has been frequently freqw Uy hinted at by the therailroad theraUroad therailroad
railroad managers themselves themselvesIt tbem
It to complained that the railroads are areno re reno
no longer able to get t their cars in and andout aadout andout
out of the yards and nd terminate of the thelarger thelalpr thelarger
larger cities They cannot get their cars carspromptly CIIIpromptly caupromptly
promptly loaded and unleaded un or re returned re returned ieturned ¬
turned to the places where they belong belongAs belonRa belongAs
As a result t the business buslnc of the country countryhas countryhu countryhas
has been to an extent paralysed for forweeks f forweeks r rweeu
weeks past t on account of what Is called calledthe calledthe calledthe
the freight freightjar 1t ar famine Yet ft 1t18 to stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that freight cam ea esr by the tens ten of thousands thousandsare
are standing ta on sidetracks we ka and packed packedinto paek packedInto d diDto
into freight f t yards 7 an in one weltering welteringchaos weltertnactuao welteringchaos
chaos of hopeless mismanagement It Itwould Itwould itwould
would appear that we hare simply simplyreached MmpIyIeltChM elmplyreached
reached the climax of a situation that thathas thatba thathas
has ba been coming COIIIID on for years yearsIt UraIt yearsIt
It to 1 true twe as stated by the Oregonian Oregonianthat Orepmiantha Oregonianthat
that tha t lack of terminals tenD to hard to excuse excuseBut exeu8eBut excuseBut
But an important fact which bar bur con contemporary con contemporary contemporary ¬
temporary overlooks at least from the theEastern theEastern theEastern
Eastern staipnotat to that for the past pastfew putfew pantfew
few years the tote b4 railroad systems In hithte Inthis
I this part of the country eo atr7 have been bee spend spending spendInII spendlug ¬
lug hundreds s of millions in many of the thelarge thelam thelarge
large centers eentemof of distribution for the en enlargement enI enlargenwnt ¬
I largement of their terminal facilities The ThePennsylvania ThePennsylvania ThePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad ed and the New York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central have each expended tens of mil millions milIlionfl ml mlhone ¬
lions of their earnings on their terminals terminalsin t nninal8 nninal8In
in New Zow York alone What these roads roadsare roadsI roadsare
I are doing in the metropolis they and andother andotMr andother
other transportation companies are doing doingin doin doinIn
in other cities In the course of a short shorttime shortttmE shorttime
time therefore we may look for sub substantial submanUal substantlal ¬
manUal relief from cramped and inade inadequate inadeQuate madequate ¬
quate terminal facilities facilitiesIt
It is obvious that the railroad manage management management managemeat ¬
ment of th the oauntry be8a beg 9 too late to torecognize toreeG torecognise
recognize reeG the necessity of bringing the thetransportation thetransportation thetransportation
transportation facilities abreast of the thetimes thetimes thetImes
times Now that the th situation has been beenmade bfi beenmade n nmade
made clear it may be expected that more moreearnings moretarnlng moreearnings
earnings of the roads than heretofore heretoforehave heretoforthae heretoforehave >
have been en allowed will be diverted to tophysical tophYllcal tophysical
physical improvements Im rov mfnts and that ineffi inefficient inetftcient Ineffident ¬
cient management will be supplanted to tothe tothe tothe
the end not only that the public shall be bebetter bebetter bebetter
better served but also that the earning earningpowers earningPOWf earningpowers
powers POWf > TS of the properties shall be k kept pt up upto upto upto
to then highest point The railroads are areI
now actually losing money because of oftheir oftbetr o otheir
their unpreparednese to handle bttn lo the bust bustSomebody bustSomebod bustSomebody
Somebody Somebod name net disclosed dlHlo et1 is pre preparing prepadng proparing ¬
paring to bring suit for the posseooion of ofthe otthe ofthe
the entire State of Delaware Wonder If IfAddicks ItAddicka ifAddicks
Addicks is I after it again againSenator agaInSenator In InSenAtOr
Senator Carmack went straight from frompresiding fromprMIdbI frompresiding
1 presiding at the shipsubsidy lp ub l4y funeral to toofficiate totftclate toolfielate
officiate as best man at his cousins wen wending wedding 1 1ding ¬
ding There ia no doubting doubtln the Senators Senatorsversatility Sentt Senttversatility SenitOriversatility
versatility versatilitySeveral versatilitySeveral versatilitySeveral
Several very ery happy matches were made madeon mad madon
on the last Philippine trip chaperoned by bySecretary bySecretary bySecretary
Secretary Taft He to planning another anothersoon anotbersoon anothersoon
soon A word to totIIe the wIne Iie Ae AeThe efhe a aThe
The Kaiser Kalstr says ays his soldiers Idlers prefer hot hottea hottea hottea
tea to beer Thats what the Kals Kaiser r says mysIt saysult saysIt
ult It is wise to let sleeping eplDg ancestors ancestorslie
lie says the Philadelphia Ledger They Theydo Tbeydo Theydo
do frightfully some of them if > If they theydidnt tbeycUdnt theydidnt
didnt the pedigrees of some me of the smart smartset smartlet rt rtlet
let would look rather difteront from fromwhat tmmwhat fromwhat
what they do now nowMr nowMr nowMr
Mr John W Gates 0 to reported to hayS havsrecently bavarecently haySrecently
recently lost a paltry 1 SMOOOO by being beingon beln belnOR beingon
on the wrong side Ide of the market It must mustannoy mustannoy t tIUUMY
annoy a sport like Mr Gates to have havethese havetbe havethese
these little transactions heralded tmd tmdcallt 3irod 3irodcast broad broadcast ¬
I IEraperor
cast as a they are areEraperor areEraperor
Eraperor Williams reported wonderful wonderfulcoolness w 4ertu1coolneu wonderfulcoolness
coolness and truly Imperial bravery braverywhen blant1whea bcavet7when
when recently reeen tly attacked by It Ithas a madman madmanhas madmanhas
has suffered SU e1ed a slight t shock with withtber the far farther Cutthor ¬
thor statement tellWlnt that he didnt know any anything AaJtbln anything ¬
thing < at all about it until it was ail over overA OYerA overA
A Georgia Oeo Congressman 8IDM was w greeted by byhto bybill byhis
bill constituents upon his return from fro the theshort tlteshort theshort
short session with a brass bra band twhen playing itfftTmgWhen playingWbeu
When Johnny Comes Marching Home HomeJlis HoaeIn HornsJib
Jlis In friends evidently ldently took cognisance 9t 9tthe rthe ofthe
the tact that be no longer traveled on oR oRva a aAunt apass
va vaUI
Aunt UI Alice Hawkins Hawtdueas had four HMM HMMeggs ies iesow
eggs to freeae on her last week says saysrural IL ILrural arural
rural Missouri exchange Alice A alt atthe by bythere ay aythe
the there thereThere fire fireThere
There is I one splendid thing about t that thatHondurasNicaragua ttIatHoNIcarapa thatHondurasNIcaragua
HondurasNicaragua war both oldie In Invariably lit litvarIabIJ Invariably ¬
variably win the battle battleUncle battleUucle battlea
a Uncle Joe baa evidently renewed his hiliyouth hisyouth htoyouth
youth If says the Baltimore Sue Re Renewed Re ReI1aethtnc It Itnwednothing ¬
newed nwednothing I1aethtnc nothing He never lost It ttinstead ItI itlestoad
instead I of appropriaUHg a SLMMOMK it itstems Itthat itthat
stems that the short session of ofonl Congress Congressonly Oongressonly
only appropriated 1919I M < This look lookconsiderably looks IoobcoD8lderablJ looksconeiderably
considerably more like a bargain bargainMontana batpbsMoataaa bargainMontana
Montana has passed a a law lawboanUashoatie requiring reqdrthgboardinghouse requiringboardinghonse
boardinghouse keepers to print a Met of ofthe oftile ofthe
the articles entering Into the theof composition eompasitiaaof
of the hash There Is a little Joker m mthe III IIItbe liithe
the law however as It to well weltthat uadaraioad uadaraioadthat underotoidihat
that the boarders cannot spare the time timeto tIIMto the theto
to read the Hat HatThere titThere lintThere
There is no gate without loss says saysthe anthe yi yithe
the Baltimore American How about the theadjournment tileadjowament theadjournment
adjournment of Congress CongressFtoh eoacrfh CongressPish
Ftoh h can hear according to the wise wiseman wtemtn wissman
man on the New York Y 0Ik Mail Then 11MacIoulttedt7i un undoubtedly usdoubtedly ¬
doubtedly they most at ustalso atoo blush bI at tliats tliatsLook ueLook thee theeLook
Look out for grip germs 1ftW ger s advise H Hphysician IlL IlLpbJ1llclan aphysician
physician And A yet It does seem that uablebodied so soablebodied soablebodied
ablebodied a germ might IK look eat lor lorItself lorit8ell forItself
Itself ItselfSays it8ellSay ItselfSays
Say Says an Alabama contemporary UIfhe UIfheture The Thelegislature Thelegislature
legislature ture has adjourned until snowier snowierwhen RIIUIIItrwhen summerwhen
when It will meet again and complete CoMI its itsdestruction lu4estruedon Itsdestruction
destruction We are doubtful doIItttuLwbMbeI doIItttuLwbMbeItJda whether whetherthte whetherthis
this has reference to the finish of the thelegislature tileIecltUle thelegislature
legislature or the State StateI
I am not afraid of tainted money moneysays WIOIIe7tay mousysays
says ay Gen Booth But hi the same breath breathhe brwtlthe breathhe
he confesses coaI that he to I terribly tent tentof eby ebyout shyf shyfof
of out outOne it itOne
One of the alienist aU now w prominent t tthe hi hithe Inthe
the puhtte eye e has delivered cIeItnredtecludcal a highly highlytechnical highlytechnical
technical opinion regarding circular McireidaraDltJ In Insanity Insanity ¬
sanity It to hard to untwist nriat put the thevictim tilevreut thevictim
victim invariably acts as if be had wbeehj wbeehjin wbeellin who whoIn
in his h head be84The headThe
The Milwaukee Free Press continues eGlltIn to tocrow tocrow toc1w
crow crow about the citys city new waterworks waterworksUndoubtedly waterworkILUndoubte wuterwosgUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly Undoubte ly Milwaukee to having haYbatime < a hard hardtime bardtime
time getting am over the tIIeat fi novelty of e real realworkable real realwo realworkable
workable workableMen wo ableMen wateerwoits wateerwoitsMen
Men like Shoots win mt sty ays 11 Mr MrHomer XvHomer 1 1H
Homer H Davenport It seams a a pity pitythough
i though that t they should consider It ttnecessary ItIJ itnecessary
necessary IJ to get out in order to win out outi outMiS t tMr
i Mr TUlmaa Is said to be Inconsolableover inconsolable inconsolableover iDcoMoIabIeover
over Mr Spooners resignation He posh probably pr0bably poshably ¬
ably realises that no one else can get him himgoing IIbnaoIne himgoing
going good and andSenator strong strongSenator strongSenator
Senator Spooner might have followed followedthe followedtbe followedthe
the example of some of his colleagues who whoare wbeare whoare
are serving mas the corporations 8 while re retaining re reta1Dinc mutaming ¬
taming their seats in the Senate Senatethe says saysthe saysthe
the Birmingham AgeHerald Yet Yes Ye he hemight MmllJbl bemight
might have done so but he didnt and andthat aMthat andthat
that accounts for the very high regard in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which be to held throughout throtJ bout < all tiie he land landregardless IaDd IaDdreprdlea laudregardless
regardless of party partySALE llLrt llLrtSALE partySALE
Juil Jueie c XlcnIIi > lcolM Attitude Criticised HR HRInconsistcnt nillucomdHtent usinconsistent
inconsistent with lth Xntlonnl Honor HonorFrost HonorJroa ilonomIre
Ire Frost the Boston TnuMrript TnuMrriptThe TraDwriptThe TranerriptThe
The sale of the Philippines Is the th IssueIn issueIn Issue IssueIn
In the Democratic canvass canv for nomination nominationto
to the Eighth Virginia district where here a aspecial aIilKcial aspccial
special election Is to be held to fill the thevacancy thevacaney thevacancy
vacancy caused by the death of Repre Representative RepretaUve Itepresentailve ¬
sentative taUve Rixey Judge Charles E Eo Nicol Nicolwho NleolwIlD NICOIwho
who aspires to the nomination has made madethe ma4ethe madethe
the sale of the Islands the main plank of ofhis ofhili ofhis
his platform He would put them on the thebargain tbettarsata thebargain
bargain counter he to so anxious to have haveus haveU3 haveUn
us get rid of them Judge Nicol stands standsapart staad8apart standsapart
apart from most Democrats for while whilethey whiletheJ whilethey
they desire that we be relieved of the theburden theburden theburden
burden few f if any of them have ever everadvocated evervocatecl everadvocated
advocated vocatecl the selling sem of he archipelago archipelagowith arehlpelaaowith archipelagowith
with MOOOft 008 people either by auction OA or oron oron oron
on private terms They are sensible sensibleenough sen lbleenoU sensibleenough
enough l1 to see that If we have no moral moralright momlht moralright
right ht to keep the Philippines we have no nomoral ftOmoral noniorl
moral right to sell them the In the same samebreath Arnebreatb samebreath
breath in which Judge Nicol character characterises CharaeterIlleS characterlace ¬
lace the Philippines as a gold brick he heproposes hepropoea heproposes
proposes that we work off that gold hl brick brickon brkkon brickon
on somebody else We VtT e can keep the thePhilippines thePhUlpplne thePhilippines
Philippines or we can give ve them back to totheir totlKlr totheir
their people with our blessing bles lnK and a few fewprecepts fewpr fewprecepts
precepts pr tta Either course e to consistent consistentwith coMl8ttntwltb eonslstntwith
with national honor but to sell them for formoney tor tormoDe7 revmoney
money would be even more degrading le lethe lethe tothe
the seller Jer than to the sold soldTariff BOldTnrUf soldTariff
Tariff and Mortsnpc MortsnpcFIMH MortrnmesFaa rort ng lI lItIIe
Faa the New Yock World WorWCongress WorldCo WorldCongress
Congress Co has passed a bill to t make it iteasier iteuler Iteasier
easier for Filipinos FlU to mortgage mor ge their theirfarms theirlarm theirfarms
farms larm which Is i all very well but the thetariff thetarlit thetariff
tariff act to which the countrys honor honoris honorIs mor morI
is I pledged which would 1 make it less lessnecessary 1 1JIeCeII8UY lea leanecessary
necessary for them to borrow money
hasnt fared so well wellA weDA weflA
A Widely WId lcI l ly Quoted Paper Pnlery PaperYam j jFroB
Yam the fialhbmy N C Bran vrnbe vrnbeThe Past PastThe PeltThe
The Washington Va hlngt D Herald is a paper less lessthan leathan lessthan
than six Ix months old and audlli6u Issued d seven sevenmornings sevenmornings sevenmornings
mornings each week There Is no paper papermore papermore papajmore
more quoted today aad none whose quo quotations quOtatloM quotatlons ¬
tations of its contemporaries gives the thereader thereadft thered1r
reader readft the cream of the prose In so con condensed oonchD8 condneed ¬
densed d a fofm fofmToo fotmroo fofmFotm
Too Much Time Wasted lVnsteiLTies WastedVram VnstellJI
Ties the Boston Herald BcnikLIt BtIJcIIt HeraldIt
It is announced that the further delay delayof deJa deJaor delayof
of a year in German tariff retaliation will willgive willgive willgive
give Congress ample time to make a attrade atrade i itrade
trade agreement agrt > emtnt It isnt time time Congress Congresswants Congresswants Congresswants
wants its eternity eternityXo ctrnityXo eternityNo
Xo Freight Blockade IlloclciideFrom IJ1oclfH1eFrom BlockadeFrom
From th tM New X W York Commercial CommercialThere COU1DnrialThere CeunuemejlThere
There is one thing tolerably tol > rably certain certainthat certainthat certainthat
that if James J Hill leaves the carrying carryingtrade carryingtradt carryingtrade
trade > of the Pacific to the Japanese the thegoods lh thegoods
goods wii be lJ delivered J
Children require the utmost care careL careT crsLess
T Less L se racket boys boysWith boysWith boysWith
With all their whims we should Icl forbear forbaarYou t forbearYou rbr rbrYou
You You step that thatTheir noise noiseTheir aotoeTheir
Their pats with 1th roses we should strew strewla strew1ft strewIn
la Infanthood InfanthoodJesete lntlUlthooc1J InfanthoodJessie
Jessie J if I come coaaeUaere there to you youIll youP11 0
Ill beat you food foodHow JOO4Dnw goodHow
How sweet to watch their minds unfold unfoldAs untoldAs unfoldAs
As years go i by byYou bTYou 0 0You
You You kids will do as you are told toldOr tokIOr toldOr
Or Phi know why whyChildren whyj whyjChildren 117 117CWldnn
Children should be caressed cnreaae and ltd ltdWe lidWe ledWe
We should Invite InviteJane taTtte taTtteJaM InviteJane
Jane put those little Imps to bed bedI bedI bedl bedlI
I want to write writeAH wrtnAll writsUl
AH Fixed FixedWhat PixcelWhat IJxeclWhat
What will you do whom women we run runthings ronthlnpT runthinsr
things thingsStart thlnpT 0 0Strt
Start a Pantl Gestleag Mians Home H IO IOOftoim Magazine MagazineOf AM AMQ
Of Q Oftoim rt on J1II1UHH HnppenH HnppenHYes lhppemI4Tot 1I H HIt
It Tot yen want to we weY weIi a and wag wagYer
Yes YesHappen Y Yer YerUipsi
Happen Ii in some tim fcae WIMa the PinK KaJthumortet ICbamorl PinKhumozl
humortet humozl t t to stuck uc sad cajgt cant think k et a aJoke ajoJe ajoke
Joke 1 1Jarred 1JRrrIHI
Jarred Him HimA III iliumApurlaths U1 U1A
A Apurlaths ApurlathsA purist t he lie lie11II 1 1A
A matte IettIae IettIaeIi she aheHto
Hto Ii 1 Is nerves aerY were suiuatvmit wtIIIt tm tmWhen lentWhen M MVfMa
When she he did dklIs say sayla sayin
la artless way wayTea wayyo wayres
yo Tea Harold I am yaura1 yaura1Head JOW JOWn YOIIrL YOIIrLitead
Head n Rl tilt Papers FnperAfter PnpcrHAfter PapersAfter
After the tortoise had kale beai the hare haredie MretaM bar barth
die th latter heisted on glvta giving out a a state Mateto statement tte ttemeat ¬
meat to the press pressi
1 i was overtrained doped jope4b7 dottMe dottMeeiciBBi deoblecrmed
crmed eiciBBi by my seconds and aMbJ whsn whsndoodled whaat whaatdoodled
doodled by the umpire explained be heThus beTkta
Thus 111 we see Me that toe hare was strict atrtctly 1cty
ly abreast of the times timesCliuiitpioii dJaeLCiliuliniou timesCliamuj1on
Cliuiitpioii CI Close f Mwii MwiiThe tianrhe Ian Ianrile
The rhe groom rno asked the gaaats paIiUUtrow not le lethrow tothrow
throw the rice they had baAGeUdto bough boughSeUdtoUB houg hougOsUctota
GeUdto SeUdtoUB OsUctota for the bride held e eIIr eIIrNot oh ohNot r rNot
Not exactly exactl Said aId If it was all 11 tike tikesame tINto thesame
same to them them hed take t e It BOOM Sot Sotfuture torfuture or orfuture
future use
A Ask k the th Craft CraftAlmost CraiNIIIIfc CrsftAlmost
Almost any artist can paintoil paint Washing WashingUNI Washington
oil or Napoleon with fair sueeesi The Thetroubte TbetI8UIIIf Thetinubic
troubte begins when he tries to satisfy satisfyMctJmith at1Bf7Mc iadsfyMcknith
MctJmith Mc mltb or OJones OJonesFLEETING O Jo JoFLEETING 0
asm ISo XflwaakM JiIIhruIINeNcnur futlnri futlnriXevvr atInsIsever
sever Dllnd DllndJf JUnllIf IInd IIndif
If you stumble on the tJaeNevel roadC road roadN
C N Never v r mind mindat mI1IdIf 0 0If
If yovd ft ttke Ilk to toHeY drop your liedNev lead leadNever
Never HeY mind mindWhining m1Dd1IP1IIIdna mindWhining
Whining never pulled pulledCJIOIIChtnc yes through through0rouching thaou thaouGrouching
Grouching never ftr ftrU made skies bine bineIf blusIf
If youre sick skkdle the Mow 11 wont t tNefti woo waoNever wooNever
Never mind mindIf IDID4If
0 0if
If youd oud 4 like to write writeeyer j jNever some as asNever
Never mind mindIf JIll JIllIt mindIf
If youd like the MOM ma t tAt tAtHefti cane caneNever soulsNever
Never mind mindThere IDbMIrIIen 0 0There
There to naught to do X IwtI IwtIBut wig wa waBut
0 But grind out such stuff aa this ddI ddIAadat thisAndat ihtoAnd
And Aadat at that It isnt hflss hflssNever a aNever b bNever
Never mind mindWanted mIadantUtl mindW04
Wanted antUtl to t Know KnowHe JtIlO JtIlOBe KnOWHe
He walked into the oatoe 0 oce wIth an aaof air airof airof
of anxiety on his hi face and approached the theweather tMwether thewether
wether editors desk deskI
04 I would ou1d like to ask he said aid merely merelyto
to decide a bet bet whether or not winters wintersbackbone wtaterboee wintersbackbone
backbone boee baa been officially broken brokenAs brokettr brokettrAs r rM
As the trap door opposite the tIaetell editors editorsdesk editorsdusk
desk opened he fell through with a aery gaspIn gasp gasptag
tag In cry Then all was still stillJlngrlex RIllJrn stillJngles
Jlngrlex Jrn = l Good GoodI Gnoclf
f 1 I see Poet Laureate Austin A Au has written WIIUftpoAID writtena
a new poem entitled fdtled Monastery Meastsf Bolto BeIJLY Boltotea B Bto
Y to tea How do yon like ilk ttT ttTft It ItIt itMTtrhyuws
MTtrhyuws ft rhymes first rst rate rateIteltilluuDIufnerotI rateReson
IteltilluuDIufnerotI IteltilluuDIufnerotIc Reson Dbeuverod Dbeuverodl
1 l have just discovered ell why it to there thereto tIIereUWe thereIs
to so little snow In the streets of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkProceed
Proceed ProceedThere ProceedTbere ProceedThere
There are so many Thaws Thaw there thereNEW theftNEW thereNEW
ICIcotric ComwiHiiloRtlOH Commas loiIn Soon to tollrlnp tuUrIIIJ II IIllrIee
llrlnp llrIee Two Cities Closer Cl Hcr Together TogetherCommenting TUJuthurCommeatla iogetleorCommenting
Commenting < on the rapidly rapkl approaching approachingcompletion approaclahSeoJDpIetlOII approachingcompletion
completion of the new electric road be between Ja Jatween between ¬
tween Washington Waahintrt and Baltimore B the theSun thesm theSIn
Sun of that city says saysThe sanThe saysTh
Th The construction of this t road win mean meanmuch meanIII1ICb meanmuch
much to Baltimore 1dmore Washington w and An Annapolis AnapollLITbe Anjmpolis ¬
napolis apollLITbe The totter city has been grow growfor growIdmcie w w1ft
1ft Idmcie DKire ADd noie In taYOr as a piece pIaeetor piecefor
for residence especially y among retired retiredoracers retiredoaken retiredemcee
oaken of the army and navy YJ Being the theseat tileseat theseat
seat of the Naval Academy and of a re reflned re reftned yeSnarl
Snarl and aD cultivated society with a beau beautiful beatit beauthai ¬
thai tit location oa the water and a mild mildand mlhIane mildand
and delightful climate Annapolis to an anIdeal anIcIea1 anIdeal
Ideal city for homes With cheap rapid rapidaad rapidDel rapidand
Del direct communication with Washing Washington Wubl Wubltoe Washington ¬
ton the growth I of the Ancient City should shouldbe abouldbe sbouidbe
be greatly tly and rapidly increased The in increase Inereue Inerease ¬
crease In the faculties of travel between betweenBaltimore betweenBaltilftOft betweenBaltimore
Baltimore and Washington especially If Ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the cost of the tickets tlc to reduced can cannot tJtooDOt cannot ¬
not fall to benefit both cities citi In a marked markeddegree marltecIdcree markeddegree
degree There are in Baltimore a great greatmany ITtmany greatmany
many thousands of people who have never neverseen raeverileen neverseen
seen Washington There are thousands thousandsof thoua thouaor
of others who would go there constantly constantlyto
to hear the debates In Congaess and visit visitthe vtattthe visitthe
the many Interesting < places In the Capi Capital CapitaL Capitat ¬
tat taL There are thousands of people In InWashington InWaahiqton InWashington
Washington who desire to come to Balti Baltimore BaUImore Bltlmore ¬
more to visit friends A low rate rateof rateoC rateof
of fare would open up an 1m 1mtravel ImrpeR8e ImrpeR8etravel Onipeissetravel
travel travel and the room for increase increasegreat III 1M 1Mreat sogreat
great reat that it may make the electric road roadprofitable l084f roa4prufltable
profitable without In the least interfering Interferingwith interferingwith
with the business of the steam roads In Infact Infact Intact
fact tact It is I said to be bethe the expectation of ofthe ofI ofthe
the electric road company to create new newbusiness ReWN newboniness
I business N in great volume volumeProsperity volumeI volumeProsperity
I Prosperity in the Philippines PhilippinesFtwa lbllitillclna ihIhlpplneslems
Ftwa tarXaafla th34auSThe Ku6 Daily BoDetiB BoDetiBThe JIuDetThe
The year y Just closed has been a year ytarfif 7tCt year6f
fif t achievements Constructive commer commercial commercial commercmi ¬
cial cial legislative ve and social progress has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been made There The are material evidences evidencesof
of progress PIOr i II agriculture Laborsavin Laborsavinmachinery LaborniJllBCblnery Laborsaving Laborsavingmachinery
machinery Is slowly owy gaining nlng a foothold footholdA
A rapid extension of 0 industrial education educationhas educationhas educationhas
has been a feature of the years work workMining workater workMining
Mining lnter lnterstn ater st are growing in magni magnitude magnitude msgnttude ¬
tude Expensive milling plants are be being be beIng belag ¬
ing Installed Unsuspected mineral mineralwealth mineralwealth mineralwealth
wealth to being discovered in vart6us variousportions vart6usportioDti vart6usportions
portions of the group New railways are arenow areDOW arenow
now an assured reality Railway RaiIW8 con construction conetraetion conetruction
struction is under way wa Filipino labor Is IBbuilding Isi Isiutlding
building i undl the new railways The new newprater newJatcr newvater
prater vater works and sewer system systt > rl for Ma Manila Manila Manila ¬
nila are a great advance Many signifi significant signlftcant slgnlficant ¬
cant legislative acts have been passed paa ed by bythe byUte bythe
the Philippine Commission Stringent Stringentfinancial StrIDgentftnanclal Stringentfinancial
financial conditions conditio 8 are loosening Joo cl1lng up upThe upThe upThe
The rice crops are a unsurpassed un ed There Is Isgeneral Isgeneml isgeneral
general confidence among ariwn the business businessinterests busineIn businessinterests
interests interestsLet In interestsLet tere ta taJet
Let 3fe ie Into the Dnrkiiows Again AgainIt AnlnIt tgninIt
It has eoate at taitr taitrOor IdtOar leltOur
Oar iseetiag iseetiagThis etuThis IOeetIa
0 0Thuis This my y dream through 1 all the finThe partr partrThe aItn1e
The lowly unshared yean yeanTbc yesreThe ean eanThe
The yearning tear tearAnd tert tertADd tear0ADO
And now nowonr Jttr < onr greeting greetingHow IPfftiDlHow greetingHo
How Ho I haw pictured it itDIY my baar bcIIWPOQr Mpcesie apreueeloor MpcesiePoor
Poor pitiful dream dreamAwl dreamAIIIIIi dresnmAnd
Awl mow auwI auwIOat I would ur0et 1rdr4Our ur0etOar
Oar Bwetiag BwetiagThis IMetiJalThis meUa meUaThis
This cold stranoe strsn far farce4h farce4hI thh thtaI greeting greetingI
I wunld onld hate back the dream dreamThe dreamThe dreamThe
The loneJy unmiared IIn laltd ye years yearsThe esrs esrsT1u rs rshe
The he caning YCa niD tears tearstt ttaIIt tes tesIl
tt Cnd < < id 1 wo would ild forget forgetTliat f fergetThat t tThat
That we hare kaTe met metGertrude metI metGriltude
I Gertrude Uuutiugtua ll ntwgtCln McGiSert la LiipinciHl s
Hon Many JJan Survive SurvlvetA f fA tA
A paragraph p rarraph is I going 8OIn the rounds of the thenr thepr
1111 pr nr < e to the tb effect that the only two tw sur surviving nrI survtrIng ¬
I viving delegates to the convention that thatflrs tJlat1Irat thatdrs
flrs 1Irat nominated Absaham Lincoln for forPresident tori forPresident
i President Prtdeal are Nathaniel W r Voorhees Voorheesthe Voorbethe Voorheesthe
the octogenarian oe father of former GoY OovFoster GoYlIO 0evFoiter
Foster Iter M M Voorhees of New Jersey and andSenator andSeoa end5eisMer
Senator Seoa r Shelby JL L 1 Culloni Senator Cul Culiom Cullo Cu Cu1on
iom lo stated to a representative tative of this thisnewspaper tblBnempaper thisnewspaper
newspaper yesterday ye tet a that he was not a adeiegatQ adwgatQ adeegate
deiegatQ to the first Lincoln convention conventionthough conventionthough
though he was there as a spectator This Thtopart Th Thpwt Thispact
part of the aged and highly respected respectedNew fdPeC respectedfew
few Jerseyites J 1te statement being lq lqtfvelJ posi positively 1 1dvely ¬
tively disproved it is I now In order to as aseertara as ascertain
certain eertalu if possible how many man of the th men menwho menwho
who participated in the historic conven convention convention convenlion ¬
tion in question are still alive At but histaccounts butaceouals lastaccounts
accounts there were scores of men living livingwho livingwho <
who attended the t e first national conven convention convenUoa convenLion
Lion of the Republic Republican party which pre preceded prece4e4 poeceded ¬
ceded by at least four years the conven convention conventioJt conventloit ¬
tion that nominated pminated Mr Lincoln in 180 180It U U111I 185it
It 111I to therefore not reasonable to suppose supposethat uppo uppotIMtt stippesothat
that there Is BOW only one survivor of tjie tjieLincoln t tjseUseolit e eLIMeI
Lincoln convention coev as would seem to tobe tobe tobe
be the case to view of Mr Vodrheee Vodrheeedate VoheesdM octr1aeeIclaIM
date dateIt claIMIt dM dMIt
It would be InterestIng Ia to leant deflniU deflniUIj 4eIDttof ds6nttIy
Iy Ij ifce Lb number of men ea still living U who whohelped wbote whobei
helped bei aemtaate te Mr r Ltaeota Senator SenatorCttfknR 8eftatorc SenatorcaRom
caRom yesterday was unable u to recall recalloaVhaad reeaIIaAY recallay
oaVhaad a aAY y of their nasoes or States StatesIlufhuN Stat StatlIuJhUJC StatesJiuglitys
IlufhuN nx n ZIOn Jui AluiitiiUH AluiitiiUHOov tluInIIuH0ev lumUUHOcw
Oov Hughes of New York to claimed claimedby elaJmedIt claimedby
by a greater number II of college alumni as associations as asBOdaUOIIB ananIations ¬
sociations than to perhaps perba the executive executiveof
of any other State While a guest at the theCornell U1eCorneU theCornell
Cornell dinner the other night lu New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York he was hailed as a son of that thatcollege tllatoly thatcollege
college Only a week or so before the theBrown t tBro1na theBrown
Brown alumni claimed him for their own ownAs ownAa ownAs
As a matter of fact tact act the governor can be beclaimed bee1abBed beclaimed
claimed by at least four institutions of offearoiag ofHe ofleruisg
fearoiag He H started his college career careerat careerat careerat
at Colgate eoiPee stayed there only Iy two years yearsand yea yeaaM yearsand
and then went to Brown He took the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law course at Columbia and then became becamea
a Cornell man by b occupying a lecture lecturechair lecturechair
chair there for a couple of years or so soOne soOne
One of the few men to public ttfe 11 who whocan whocan Iao
I can rightfully be claimed by as many manycolleges mIOeeIIep8 maiycolleges
colleges as are rs claiming GoT Hughes HapMI to toRepresentative IsRepresentative
I Representative taUTe John Job Sharp ssrp Williams of ofMississippi fi oflIssssppI
i Mississippi I After attending attendl numerous numerousprivate DUmero numerousprivate
I private schools the Mtestestpntan was wasmatriculated wanmatriculated
JDa matriculated ttd in turn at the Kentucky KentuckyMttttacy Ke KentuckyMifttazy tudQr
l Mttttacy Institute the University of the theSouth tilei theSouth
i South at Sewanee anee Tens the University Universityof
of Vk Virginia nia and the University of Beidel Beidelberg HeldelK
i berg K Germany GermanyHow Oermaa OermaaI OermaaIUo Germanyhow
IUo How lie Did It ItOut Iti
i 0 Out to ladiaoa the other day 4aJJIDM Ssaator SsaatorJames SeatrJamsi
James A A Hemenway H wa of that State Stt eel celebrated eel eelebratld eelebiuted ¬
ebrated bIB fortysejreath t8lt7 eatll birthday atrtbdQaeIPbor Aa Aaold Asold
old neighbor who has known the tJaeI lb states statesmaa statesman
man all hto hi life said to him himJim lallaI himaim
I Jim I can remember when you were werea weftI werea
a newabuy here to Boonvlue YIDe and andto need needSenatorial medto
to oeM 1M MIpeIW lid I dldut t see any anySenatorial
Senatorial possibilities sticking tIIdcId out on onyea ODle
70 yea then How did you get up to the theSenate tItelIowr theJeunt
le Senate anyhow anyhowTon anyhowTon lIowr lIowrToe
Toe Ton saw me working w and bustling
I then didnt you inquired the Senator Senatoradding Senatoradding tor torbat
adding Thats bat th tIM only 0III7waJ way I can an answer aIIt anow ¬
t swer ow your question questionMr
II 0 Mr Hemenway belongs belo to that coterie coterieof coterieof coterieof
of Senators who 00 make few set speeches speechesbut speechesbut
I but who do their work quietly and effec effectively dectheIt effectively ¬
tively to the committee rooms As a mom member rnember momher ¬
ber of the House he was wutor for years 7 Uncle UncleJoe UncleiJoe UncleJoe
iJoe Joe Cannons chief lieutenant on the great greatCommittee IftatI greatCommittee
I Committee on Appropriations and be bethen betbea hetheis
then mastered important subjects of leg ¬
Ialadon islation which equipped him for his serv service 8erYIce servIce ¬
ice to the Senate SenateIt SeDatelrom SenatelProiu
lrom th the 1Vot 1VotIt VtJo t
i It to an mterestiag circumstance drf that thatthe thatthe
I the men to whom PriatdMit pr uH I Lt Booaevelt Baa to tolistening IIII islistenIng
listening I attentively ad looking forward forwardto
I to with pleasure for advice on the rail railroad raUquealoa railroad ¬
road Question questiunare are Westerners by It develop development ttev ttevTIle developmeat ¬
meat The three whom J 7 Pierpont Met Morgan lorreooaalDeDCle4 Metgan ¬
gan recommended to the Presidents PI IIRts con consMeratioa coouoa consmeratioe
sMeratioa at the White lle Hou l1ou ronferenee ronfereneeMonday OBfe OBfey onfereno onferenoMonday
Monday y night nightPresident tPft President McCrea of the thePennsylvania thePeDDeJlTaala thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania President Newman Newman of the theNew tbeNew theNew
New York Central aDd President Mellen Mellenof Mellenof
of the New Haven iavenare are essentially prod products products prodoem ¬
ucts oem of the Western tern school of railroading
It to true that Mr McCrea who recently recentlysucceeded r recentlysucceeded ntly ntly8UCCeeded
succeeded the late A J 7 Cassatt as s presi presidenr presld presilnI
denr of the Pennsylvania has nearly all allhto allhis n na
his a life been connected with that great greatcorporation poeatcorporatloa greatcorporatIon
corporation but kin longest and most mostImportant mOfiIDQJertant mostimportant
Important service for the company was wasperformed wupertonae4 wasperformed
performed as executive bead of its lines lineswest 11 11We8t lineswest
west of Ptttsbnrg thus bringing iDIr him to tointimate IIImUmate Inintimate
intimate contact with lth the men and moth methods metbo mothode ¬
ode of Western We tern railroad railroading Mr Mellon Melleawas MeDenwas Mellonwas
was graduated duated into the presidency of the theNew tlseNew theNew
New Haven road from James J Hills Hillssevere milssevere Hillssevere
severe school Mr Newman a Kentuckian Kentucfctonby
by birth birth mastered Jed the problem of trans transportation transpOrtation traitsportation ¬
portation in Texas a did also by the ther t theyay
11 r Oscar Murray now president of the thetlmore theBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore tlmore and Ohio OhioThere OhioThere 0 0There
There preceded Mr Morgan to the theWhite theWblte theWhite
White House only a few hours Monday Mondayanother MondaanoUler Mondayanother
another Western railroad rallr d man whose whoseprogress who8ehu whoseprogrea
progress has been steadily upward sinceless since sincelees iaceIBM
lees than twenty t1Hftt years yea ago he was waslocal wul wanlocal
local l commercial agent < for one of the theGould theGould theGould
Gould railroads raIlroe at t San Antonio Tex TexBenjamin TexBeaJamln TeaBenjamin
Benjamin F Yoaknm Mr Toakum Yoakumnow to tonow isnow
now the master spirit of the Rock Island IslandFrieca I IslandPrict land landFrltC
Frieca systems being chairman of the theboard theboard theboard
board of this th important combination blnatlon of oftransportation ottranaportatlon oftransportation
transportation Interests mtere tB While Whll maintain maintaining malntaIDhi8 maInalnlug ¬
lug his headquarters hea in New York he hekeep bekeePfi hekeeps
keep a sharp eye on every railroad de developntent tie tievel doveloprent
velopntent vel ent in the West and it Is known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that he has about matured a gigantic giganticscheme glaaDtlt8Cheme giganticscheme
scheme of railroad cmiuest in Mexico Mexicothat Kexlcothat Mexicothat
that that when consummated COD8Ummat will make mnse him himone blmone himone
one of the most potent factors in the thetransportation thetransportation thetransportation
transportation equation of this continent continentMr continentMr continentMr
Mr Yoakum to more nearly In harmony harmonywith bannonywlth harmonywith
with President Roosevelts Roo railroad policy policythan poUcythan policythan
than any other of the big Ig transportation transportationmagnates tFaMpOrtationmacates transportationmagnates
magnates to known known to be beCnll beOnlherllon beCulberson
Cnll Onlherllon > or on on lixpcrt Testimony TestimonySenator TClltimonySenator TestimonySenator
Senator Culberson of Texas discussing discussingthe <
the Thaw Thaw case and especially the expert experttestimony expertte experftestimony
testimony te relating < to insanity and brain brainstorm brainst brainstrin ¬
storm st nn said saidWith saidVith > IWIt1a
With due deference de resace I suppose I Ihavent IhaYeDt Ihavent
havent proper r respect for expert medical medicaltestimony metllcaltestilDOIlY medicaltestimony
testimony In preparing for the hart barIstudied bar hartStudIed I Istudied
studied medical jurisprudence jurl and thought thoughtit tho jbt jbtIt
it constituted an essential M part of a com complete eomplet cornplot ¬
plete plot education for the legal e profession professionBut profMlllonBut professionBut
But this tb idea was soon shattered by byactual byactual 7 7aetl
actual experience The Fh first criminal criminalcase rrlmlnalcue criminalcase
case of importance hpona In which bleb I was en eneaged engng
eaged gng 1 with older counsel a negro n named namedAdam namedAdam nameitAdam
Adam Telfair was Indicted for the mur murder mUIIer muon4cr ¬
der of another negro near Jefferson J Tex TexTbo TeaTb
Tb State proved by direct and circum circumstantial clrcumstantla1 circumatandal ¬
stantial testimony that the defendant defendantknocked defendantk1Cked defendantknocked
knocked the deceased dec off a mule with a ahuse 3hu aIuge
huse hu stick and killed kilI him The theory of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the defense was that the deceased d was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown from the mule and Killed Two Twolearned TiGlearned Twolearned
learned physician testified te for the de defense de dete tietense ¬
tense te that they had examined the body of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th deceased d that he had caries of the thevertebrae thevrtfbrae thevortebre
vertebrae a gradual disintegration of the thebonos thebonos thebones
bonos which caused death in the fall fallfrom Callfrom fallfrom
from the mule This testimony of learned learnedmen learp learpmen learpedmen
men greatly impressed not only onlthe the coun counsel counsel coun3d ¬
sel 3d for the tb defense but also the court courtand courtand courtand
and the jury and the verdict was wa only onlyfor onlyfor onlyfor
for murder In the second degree with two twoyears twoy twoyam
years y rs in the penitentiary penitentiaryThat penitentiaryUThat penItentiaryThat
That afternoon I went with the senior seniorcounsel seniorcounsel seniorcounsel
counsel to the jail to consult Adam about abouta aboutmotion
a motion for a new trial When it was wasexplained wasexplained wasexplained
explained to him that while under the thelaw theJaw thelaw
law of Texas he could not not on another anothertrial anothertrial anothertrial
trial be convicted of a hieher hl her offense offensethan offensethan offensethan
than murder in the second degree yet the thejury thejury thejury
jury might send tnd him to the penitentiary penitentiaryfor
for a longer term than two years he hesaid heExcLiMe hesaid
said Excuse me me excuse me gemmeo gemmeoIts gemmeoIts gemmedIts
Its all right may be bout dat caries cariesof cariesof cariesof
of de bone but I knows mo dan dent dentdoctors demdoctors desndoctors
doctors how dat nigger nl ger was kled kledThanking kle kleThanking kimedThanking
Thanking you and begging your pardon pardonIll pnrdonIll pardonIll
Ill serve dem two years at Huntsville HuntsvilleSince HuntsvflleSInce HuntsvilleSince
Since then my faith In expert medi medical medical ruedical ¬
cal testimony has nut ben b n so great
Amor inenlcan I en nJt a Rhode nJaoc Scholars lnrlf There Ac Acquire Acquirc Acquire ¬
quire Peeling1 of BTcl ExclushcnCJIH ExclushcnCJIHp LreltssZenesnPna iHlvcncfl iHlvcncflAw
Aw UM ib Chicago lwL lwLOxford 1o1tOdord 1n 0 0Ocford
Oxford to having ha tb the effect on the theRhode t1IeRh04e8 theRhodes
Rhode scholars that UM Imperialist iraperiaHetdreamer imperla Imperialistdreamer t tdramer
dreamer desired d A few of the Rhode Rhodeleas RhodeMess
leas have put their Ideas in print RbodeI and andeach andcll andeach
each cll of them gives one a similar I Impose impreston JnIpreBBloB Imposesloit
BloB ton of the result of the experiment The Thegreat TheI Thepeat Thegreet I
great university has made mad the American Americanyouths AmrtcanYOU Americanyouths
youths YOU 18 sincerely welcome At first they theyhave tbeyhaYe theyhave
have seen from the > outside the undemo undemocratic undemocratic undemocratle ¬
cratic exclusiveness which is the hall hallmark haJmark hailmark
mark of the Oxford man and nd they hav havdisliked have have4t havedisliked
disliked 4t it But with time they are taken takenin takenin takenIn
in themselves thm elves and made sharers in the thetraditions thetraditlooa thetraditions
traditions so irresistibly Irre iaUbly perpetuated by bythe bythe bythe
the corps of tutors ever ver replenished replen hed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the ranks of th graduates graduatesWhen paduattBWhen graduatesWhen
When the young Americans acquire the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of view of the Oxford man they theybecome the thebeco theybecome
become beco as exclusive as the theeet best They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are incorporated in the tight fraternity fraternityof tn tf1tllty tf1tlltyOr
of English aristocratic ari8t aatorati ratk traditionalism traditionalismOne tradltlonal tradutlonailemOne m mOne
One of the American boys writes of a ademocracy ademoccy ademocracy
democracy hi the higher levels leve at Ox Oxford Oxford Oxford
ford a selfcontradictory phrase He Heremarks Heremarn Heremarks
remarks with a tinge of snonbishness snonbishnessIt mci siu bI8I1nea bI8I1neaIt flblshneisIt
It It was Old Gorgon Graham rahiu I think thinkwho think thinkwho thinkwho
who could not grasp the atmosphere atmosphereproposition atJDo atmosphereproposition here heretlon
proposition tlon men of his kind randy ramiycan raMi raMiean randycan
can These sentences are meant to eon eonvey eo eotbe costye
ye vey tbe the deep sense of privilege which whichan WbIehan whichan
an American at Oxford feels They at atteas atIeut atleapt
leapt teas indicate the welding of sympathy sympathywith syinpotbywith tIa tIawtda
with the dominant minority that Cecil CecBRhodes ecRRhodes CecilRhodes
Rhodes who always atwa stood for imperial imperialism iJftperlalI Imperiallim
ism I hoped for It to not imaginable that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the influence one way or the other will willbe wutbe wiltbe
be generally appreciable but bullt it to certain certainthat eertalRthat certaInthat
that three thre years residence relll at the English Englishuniversity JDIU8hantvenlty EnglIshuniversity
university inspires admiration for and andi slidloyalty d d1oJaI
i loyalty 1oJaI to Institutions ln and aacl customs which whichare wbkhare whichare
are in the strict trtet sense undemocratic It Itwas ItYa8 Itvan
was van such institutions and customs of ofcourse ofCOUIW ofcourse
course to which wl Cecil Rhodes himself mMIfwas himselfwas himselfwas
was devoted devotedSOCIAL devotedSOCIAL devotedSOCIAL
A Kentucky lcntncl Iei tacky Vleiv Ie of f 1Viu Snsii n hIJlton hIJltonAMotnclelle iIiiK iii gi < on onAscendency o ns ns4tsoendeIIc3
Ascendency AMotnclelle UK Soclctj Soclet Center CenterJfam Center Centerthe Centerrem
Jfam rem the Loaferffle Owier CusIn4oomaL Journal JournalIs
Is W Washington uhlnston now the political con center ceater conter ¬
ter to be eventually the social center of ofthe oftbe Ofthe
the country The signs point to it It In re recent re reeeftt muemit ¬
cent yean millionaires mUUoaat and socalled socalledsociety meaDed80eIety socoiledsociety
society leaders from various cities ettlM of the theUnited tIMI theUnited
I United States have shown a market taste tastefor ta tastefor t tfor
for Washington life They have estab established estabubed establinbed ¬
lished homes there aad some have built builtpalaces buntpal builtpalaces
palaces cN Within the past week two of the thewealthiest tMwealtlliMt thewealthiest
wealthiest families of America America one of ofChicago ofCbtcaco ofChicago
Chicago and the other of New York have haveannounced baTeuuaounced havenaounced
announced then purpose of erecting man mansions IDIUIIn mansons ¬
sons in the capital with the aim of ofspending ofBlJC ofspending
spending BlJC a considerable portion of each eachyear eachsrr eachyear
year to that city The drift of the society societyelement IIOdetJelelaent societyelement
element to Washington to I pronounced Del aadeach Deleacb andeach
each day It becomes more JDOnTbI8 so soThto soThis
This tendency shows decidedly the influ influence hlftuace Inituonce ¬
ace on the tb American mind of 6 European Europeealife Europeanlife Europeanttfe
life and customs For in the monarchies monarchiesof
of Europe the society set to headed by the theoafcial tileof8da1 theodictal
oafcial circles The ruler tops the aria aristocracy ar18tocne7 ariatocracy ¬
tocracy and the aristocracy to society societyThe 8OCIetyThe societyThe
The court to the shrine rtne of the social 80CIaJplnmt as aspirant aspliitt ¬
pirant Society revolves about ft and aadtoadies andt andtoadies
toadies t to it It Heretofore in 1nAmerica America each eachcity eadeitJ eachcity
city has had Ha ft own socalled society set setThere letTbere jetThere
There wu no prostration before the holy holyplaces bobpaaee holyplaces
places of Washington In truth tnItb there therewere theftWtft therewere
were no holy places in I Washington There Therewere Tbtwewere Tbrewere
were no titles to give one admission a 11 to tothe totIM toth
the th various charmed circles instead of ofthese oftItHe ofthese
these bauble bautHew there were required either eithermoney eithermoDe eithermoney
money moDe or breeding or nerve or all of ofthem otthem ofthem
them together New York held Itself Itllel up upas upthe upas
as the abiding place of the genuine uIne rarf rarffied rarified sartdod
fied and exclusive aristocracy of the land landDaughters landDaachtflll landIughtera
Daughters and granddaughters and anddivers aDdcIIftn anddfvers
divers and sundry heirs of governors me mechanics IDe IDechanica meulcs ¬
chanics ulcs peddlers aad others arrogated to tothemselves totheIDMIv tothemselves
themselves the glamor of untitled nobility nobilityand nobilitylid nobilityand
and looked upon all others not in their theirparticular theirpartleular theirparticular
particular group as being vulgar and be beyond 1M 1MYODd bey ¬
yond y all 11 hope of social salvation salvationMAY alvaUonMAY salvationMAY
AVlll 111 the People Illnominate Roose Roosevelt Rooftcvolt Ttoosevolt ¬
volt in Spite of All 11 Opposition OppositionTnm Oppo OpposItionFisa ltlon ltlonr
Tnm UN till New To Test World WorldIn WadeL1D WorldIn
In Mr Roosevelt s case the demand for forhto forhis forhis
his renomination comes from the soil and andthe aDdtile andthe
the factory Mnn w aplsg e rK g politicIans poI of his htoparty bf8party hisparty
party are not clamoring for him A secret secretpoll IleCletpoll secretpoll
poll of the United States Senate probably probablywould pnbabiYwould probablywould
would not show ten Roosevelt votes votesIt and andft andIt
It Is likely that a majority of them would wouldbe wouhtbe wouldbe
be cast by Southern Democrats In the theHouse theHoue theHouse
House the result would be more flattering flatteringto ftat ftatto
to the President but It would foreshadow foreshadowanything foreebatowan7Wa foreshadowanything
anything < but a stampeded ed convention conventionIn CODvmtlonIn
In general the leaders lead of Mr Roosevelts Rooseveltsparty RooeeveitpaJty Rooseveltsparty
party so far as there are any except excepthimself exceptbI1 exceptNniaeIZ
himself are opposed to hto hi renondnatlon renondnatlonHe
He himself to opposed to it It The great greatMiM putAuaeIal greatAnanclal
AuaeIal MiM iai and corporation interests of the thecountry thecovatryft thecountry
country covatryft are opposed to it it Apparently Apparentlynobody PPU1IIIt17DObody Apparentlynobody
nobody wants Roosevelt except the people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and they have hB ve very definite opinions on onthe ODthe onthe
the subject subjectCan subjectCaa subjectcan
Can the President with the aid of the theparty theparty thepsity
party machinery prevent his own nomina nomination DOmmatIoa nominatIes ¬
tIes Obviously it to going to require requiresomething requiresomettdng requiresomething
something more strenuous than the pen penning pennhl penntng ¬
ning < of formal statements to prevent con conscription COftscrtpdon eonscription ¬
scription scriptionHIS scrtpdonms scriptionHIS
President Iln has Xothiii NothIng to Add tlI1 to His HisAntithird HI HIAntlthirt IllsAnt
Antithird Ant 1tliirtl Term Statement StatementFran Statemcntdie StteiiiejitYtus
Fran is die PhBftddiuft l Prtttc ledger ledgerSeven rSeven IAeIsorSeven
Seven traveling < men met last week in InPl a aPhiladelphia aPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pl ladelphla hotel botel and in the course co of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their conversation tOIIftr atJon It was found tou that In hitheir Intheir intheir
their travels trave they had covered every State Statein StateiJa Statein
in the Union The sentiment of the themasses theIDUe8 themasses
masses without respect to politics all allagreed allthat allagreed
agreed that President Roosevelt should shouldbe Bhouldbe shouldbe
be a candidate for reelection Mr White Whitewas WhiteWU Whitewas
was delegated teII to write to President PresidentRoosevelt PreII6deDtReo PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt the result of their observations observationsand ebeenaUoneI observationsand
and has received the following < letter in inreply Inreply Inreply
I reply replyI
JiW 1bIj Item 11 Match 5 NV NVMy Snr 1 1My
I My DMT Star 8Ir YmvlEver w of ate Mt tMtant IIIItaDtIlIta hss hssbeen halean
IlIta been imtlnl a sat tin Pnsjaml thank tbubw you for forwrtia foredlisa
wrtia wrtiaMB edlisa w Wh be tei fII8r iIIdb watt wattasat
i asat MB M has asfttog miNss to add s to Ids utesMnt latiI in iItG8Id li liC I Icoed
coed C OB tb U Might of his ekctfcm UN i Very tIJ italy italyyeas I IIVBn
I yeas WILLIAM LOn Jr Jraceretaiy JtStvrataiy
aceretaiy ia isAn PusMiiU PusMiiUAn lnI6dBI
I An KfTectlvc Public Conscience ConscienceFrom ComcelcnceI ConscienceFron
I From the Wan Sliest JoHnaL JoHnaLGeorge J JI JosirsaLGeorge
I George e W V Perkins by refunding the thecampaign theeampalp thecampaign
campaign contributions from the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Life has b made one of the largest largestadditions larweadditions largestadditIons
additions to the conscience fund ia the therecords therfCOrda therecords
records of modern business But the tbenlftcance sig significance Mgnificance ¬
nificance of this thl act net commendable commt > ndabIe as It ItIs to tois isis
is not simply personal It marks a de decided de deI tIecideC ¬
I cided advance in political morality and andcorporate andcorporate
I corporate fidelity It is also one of those thoseacts thoseI thoseacts
I acts that shows how effective In the long longrun longnrn longrun
run the public conscience is as a standard standardof
I of authority for the members of the com community comi consmunlty ¬
i munlty munltyi
i Choice of Acquittal AcQniitn1Ftom AcquIttnlFrOlR AcquittalFuses
Fuses the MBwMfcM M MMurderers Milsu SmhasL SmhasLMurderers SealissiMurderers
Murderers nowadays n W8dan have a comforta comfortable comfortable comfortahIs ¬
ble latitude of choice between acquittal acquittalbecause acqutttalbecause acquittalbecause
because of C momentary Osnentf Insanity or un unwritten uni unwritten ¬
written law
i lawOn
On n Crowded Car CnrThe CRrTIle CarTb
The Tb IM Mm ian ia tIU and item MftITU HO ionThe HOH
TU lids Mandieg 1Irr bb bell belllie
H lie tead eash his paper with a ow owThe itaruThe town townThe
The Good Xan ht is figfeRBt far farYou farFor farFer
For wise span a avwW ear earYaa rurYt
You Yt cannot hap a Good Man down downCleveland downamand downOfoveland
Cleveland Leader LeaderA LwkrA LeaderA
A White House Regret RegretWrite Re RegretWrite rct rctWrite
Write write write writeTHJ writeTill sTileTill
Till the cows come orer the 1 1And Ia IaAnd letAnd
And I would ould that HJJ m pen ooiild utter utterIftn litt utterThit r rIt
Iftn It no single lotD itn can utter utterThe utterThe I
The thoughts that arise in me
ruck I
Busy getting Beady for his bl train ir it tint tintcorridor tl1 tl1c thacorridor
corridor c of the New WfTlard last night nightwas Jii mghtwas b bwas
was Senator Nathan K H Scott 8c tt of W WVI Wt WtVirginIa v vVirginia
Virginia VI nla He had just returned r rturn turn d d from fromvlBtt rum rumvisit i ivisit
visit to Fort Monroe > m s a member ff fftlM e ethe > r rthe
the Senate Military Committee ommlttee orumltteekeeping js J Jbe i ikeeping
keeping be to touch with what we wecomplishing Wetompllshlng weeompllshlng
complishing he said I am on ony my nmy nmyhome y yhome yhome
home with Mn Scott he hefor coaataMti coaataMtifor OOq l1Ur l1Urtor
0 0Senator
for a rest restSenator restSenator
Senator Scott ott to enthusiastic aheat a amarkamanBhip ta tamarksmanship lbmarksmanship >
marksmanship displa dIsplaed d ly y the ies s ea eathe 4J 4Jthe othe
the coast defense much of which wblchbfle he sw swwhile egwwhile
while bfle yisiting yl lUn the defense dfofe IIs about Ches aeJMke Chespeake es espeake
peake Bay and the I he mouth mou th of ofto the Fe Fetoumac Pi Pitomac >
tomac to ac The day before fon yesterday yesh yeshIt ycstryIt a ait >
it was wa on Saturday SUurdaywP we lad a l lhibitlon See e ebibltlon eshlbltlon
hibitlon of marksmanship at Fort Fortroe Mo Moroe HOB HOBroe
roe roe he said Id The target you OaIII yo tat tatto haste hasteis
to about the Mae of a mod modern < rn battle battleand us usalld shfe shfeand
and at this tbi target placed place4out seven mfle mfleout miles milesomit =
out to sea the men fired with mevtan mevtanThey nThey mr mrThey
They fired in all fourteen fourtf fourtfheF shots anil anilthey B41 B41they
they made seven certain hits hitseight IIIQ kitssight 3 3eapt
eight One shot sbo they could eou d not h ha hasure oj CIIIIte CIIIIte811ft toe toesure
sure of the th distance cll was ao great t Then Thenwe IIIenwe Thenwe
we saw an exhibit exhibition ton with the twelve twetveineh twelftIacb twelveinch
inch gun For or this tb the 1b target was placed lIMedlour placedfour placedfour
four mites milceoff off and nd seven shots were wenout And Andout deadout
out of which ipo no toes than five Iv were dean deanhtte deanhltL elsanbits
bits Senator SeBato Senstt Scott 1 Is very much aachwith pieaaed pieaaedwith pleanetiwith
with the showing made and rt to I evident evidentthat evideptthat l lthat
that seme ssn of the oflcers ocera of the coast de defense 4tffeMe dofease ¬
fense have shown bless how necessary it itis IfI ftII
is I If the service to to be efficient that thattrained thattrained t ttraIDecI
trained men should be kept on band sat sufficient RfaetMt satActent ¬
ficient to work all the guns and ucItake ucItakeea take takecare takecars
care ea of the mine det defenses work which whichcannot WIdellCIIAOt whiebcannot
cannot be intrusted to unskilled iUed iUedIt hands handsIt bandsIt
It to important I am convinced eonvtJteed eonvtJteed8eDator said saidSenator mittSenator
Senator Scott that forta tort should IftI4tabIUbW he es established atablishbd ¬
tablished at Cape Charles CbarreHenry and nd Gape GapeHenry tpeHenry
Henry thus tb guarding the entrance to toChesapeake toClleapeake tochempeak
Chesapeake Bay and making kine absolutely absolutelysafe absoheelyIaf y ylIale
safe Iaf the water road to the he National NationalCapital NatloMlCapUal NationalCapitaL
Capital It to probable that the UIeiIttary SenateMilitary Senate SenateMilitary
Military iIttary Committee will bring this matter matterup IIIatterup snifterup
up at the next session aon of ofI Congress CongressMr cjngsu cjngsulit
Mr lit Traak C Andrews architect ardd of ofDayton tDatoII ofDoyle
Dayton Ohio 0IIte with onfees in the Waktorf W WarfAstoris WaktorfAstoria 1lrf 1lrfAamdII
Astoria few York to at the Ba Batetgh JIalei Maleigh
leigh lei He If to devoting most of ofto his time iteeto timeto
to to the buUdina b of hotel It It to a branch branchof brakhof b bof
of the architects u profession prof It he flays to towIdell to towhich towhich
which more and more e attention to IIIdeYoted he beIng beIngdevoted c cdevoted
devoted each year This to I the tavieal taviealoutcome ea1outcome 1caloutconi
outcome of the large growth of ew eMles eMlesand dtIeand ddosand
and the peculiar problems which confront confrontus cOnfrontus t tU8
us A hotel must t be down dose to the thebusinen ikbuBIneN thebusiness
business district cII8trtet where ground to aspen expensive 8q11t81ft aspensire ¬
sire it roust he a handsome handsomewith W Wwith Dufidtag Dufidtagwith
with an Interior that tot luxury and ap appointments tIP tIPP eppotatnietiti ¬
pointments P tamne would p pot t some of the tbei palaces palacesof
i of the Old d World to shame ft i1I mat maet be behot behot
hot in winter and cool in summer and andthere adthere andthere
I there must be plenty of room The TIIen TIIenwho van vanwho manwho
who grapples most successfully with these theseelemental tJIMpelemental ikeneelemental
elemental problems to the man who gets getsthe petsthe 9 9tbe
the most hotels to build I have hgv v net yet yetdespaired yetd yetdeupalseti
despaired d 1red of designing nc the ideal hotel in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which every room shall be an outaide outaideroom outaIderoomIt onteldemomIts
room roomIt momIts its almost aIm as difficult a hMk in as assquaring asthe assquaring
squaring the circle Asked ABItedif if he were wereInterested WWeIntefutfJd woreInterested
Interested in any new hotel project in inWashington inWubln InWaahlngton
Washington t n Mr Andrews said he wan wani wallDOt wasnot
i not DOt but that Ida hi visit here was in con connection CI8D CI8DneetIon pennection ¬
nection with seas work he hadi hadithe had haddeiss for forthe forthe
the Jamestown Exposition ExpositionAt 0 0At
At the National Hotel to a taB taBhaired tall tallhaIre4 don donhaired
haired gentleman to quiet clothes who is toregistered isrect isregistered
registered as Mr S S K K Sequicha Be Heis to a arepresentative anPito a arepresentative
representative nPito < atatve of the Cherokee tribe of ofIndians ofIndIaJuI ofIndians
Indians of which he Is a full fmdIbded fmdIbdedmember hJaoded hJaodedmember ala led ledmember
member He to a graduate vate of Caritoie caIeaDd tr2IsIeand Caritoieand
and talks with great interest i tereM of ofwhich his tribewhich tribe tribewhich
which be to representing before befo the fii fiiDepartment 1Jater10r Inter1oi
ter10r Department on some matters mattev of de detail detaU dotall ¬
tail about which he does not care to talk talkSpeaking talkSpeaking
i Speaking of his tribe he says W Ware Warethe are arethe re rethe
the only Indian tribe that has SB acisedod < r endid endidin lIlul
0 0in
in reducing < our language to writing Our Ouralphabet OarI Ouralphabet
I alphabet has eightytwo letters and since sincewe 8I8eewe sincewe
we have had it we wehave have made great psttlbtlea psttlbtleaboth strides stridesboth stridesboth
both in modern education and in keeping keepingup IEeepIagup keepingup
up the history and the traditions of our ourprace OUIOur ourrace
prace race Our nation to a nation of ideals taeaJaad Mealsslid idealsand
and our trend of mind to toward ro romanticism ro romantleillm nomnantlciom ¬
manticism We know Imo the significance sIp ofthe ofthe of ofthe
the glorious green of the trees of the he1IJOD dew dewupon dewupon
upon the grass the beauty of the flowers flowersthe 8owenthe Sewersthe
the sheeny glimmer of the moon mo the themystery themyKeIT themystery
mystery of the stars We have always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen ys ysbeen
been idealists 14ea1 rather than materialtotf materialtotfbut matftlallllUbat matert listr listrbut
but as we are assimilating mllatlq modern efor eforOtoation rnladoG dvunction
unction and coming closer to your stand standards BtaBdareJa standasdo ¬
ards areJa we are losing kMI1 some of our poetical poeticalfervor aealtenor poeticalfervor
fervor and are paying pay more attention to tothe todie tothe
the useful arts We We1e are a moral nation nationwe OI1we nationwe
we believe to monogamy and we lore our ourwives ourwtY4S ourwives
wives and children ch dren We are hop hopta to tomake tomae tomake
make our nation a sterling factor hi the thecivtltxation theclY1Itatlon thecIvilization
cIvilization of the United States for torafter forafter forafter
after an n w We are true Americana hi every everyAt eftI1IeII8e vr vromme
1IeII8e 1IeII8eAt ommeAt
At the Raleigh to Oov Frank 1nwtz 1nwtzof PaMso
of o Oklahoma Territory aa ancharacter tatereetfbg tatereetfbgcharacter 1 1character
character He was lieutenant of Com Company 0Impuy COnspasty ¬
pasty A of the Bough louSpuIsb Riders during 4 the theSpanish e eSpanish
Spanish war and when isis captain CSspt CSsptONeill ctO t tONeill
ONeill O eUl was shot at San n Juan It was wasFrantx wasJlraats wasFmanti
Frantx who caught him m in his anna and andheld aDdhdd mdheld
held Mm till he died Then he eotcttdui eotcttduito Ied Iedto
to the command of the company c V and andfinished andlhlsbed d dAr1abe
finished out the war After the war he hewns h hWftS bewas
was made postmaster PMtr at Qothrfe by byPiertdent b bPi byPesldest
Piertdent Pi eRdeDt Roosevelt and was w afterward afterwardapppotnted afterwardapppointed afterwardapppolnted
apppotnted governor of oCOW ofOkiabegna OkJahoina Terri Territory orrrttory Tarsitory ¬
tory Oov Frantx to in Washiagton W to tosee toBee tosee
see Secretary Sf Garfield of the Interior InteriorDepartment bteriorDepartmeDl InteriorDepartment
Department abort the alleged toad toadfrauds ladtra1Jda landfrauds
frauds but on this thl matter he would not nottalk ROtI nottalk
talk He said said though that th Secretary SecretaryQarfleld SeeNtarOartleld SeeretarOrdeld
Qarfleld had promised to vtott Oklahoma Oklahomain
I in July ad look over the fiefd for him himself htmlt himcif ¬
self cif lt Gov Frantx to a Republican and andChe andI andthe
I the constitutional convention conventloa which has hasben basIn hasbeen
ben In session In Guthrie to Democratic Democraticby
by a large majority We Weve have not sue succeeded ICceeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded he says Y1I m 1ft making a alion casatffttu casatffttution cKutoi
lion satisfactory to all aUthe the people hot we weare weare weare
are getting < there and when fiaaBjr a aconstitution aconstitution aconstitution
constitution to agreed a upon and submit aahgjltted submitted t tted
ted to President t Roosevelt for his ratifi ratification 1IItIftttlon sMcation ¬
cation it will be an instrument that the theChief tb tbCbW theChief
Chief Executive Ex Ut e can alga without withoutscruple wttMutscruple wftboutscruple
scruple Of the future of ofGov OaJkhesm OaJkhesmGov OklhkpeitOur
Gov Fraata to very enthusiastic etIa Be Beleaves Beleaftll Dcleaves
leaves this morning for St Stbe Loqto Ia wher wherbe wo wobe
be win flU maie M ° a anon stop oa aji hto wayhome way wayfit en enhome
home homei
fit i i1 CrOy Cook formerly of thai city dtynow dbnow citynow
now a member of the New York her is ishere isheft Ishere
here on Important legal business hi behalf behalfof tJebaJfof behalfof
of the importing trade of New York YorkSpeaktas Yorkof YorkSpeaking
Speaking of the political poUtk l situation to litpAre the theKnpire theMm
Knpire Mm pAre State Mr C Cook A said New York YorkRepublicans Yk1tePliblieaas YorkRepublicans
Republicans are practically unanimous unanl In totheir Intheir intheir
their desire for the renomtoation of Presi President PrNIfleet Pseeldent ¬
dent RooeeveJt The administrations ex expose exof Cslisa ¬
pose lisa of the Harriman and other vast ma manipufetions maof manipuIRdn4
nipufetions of corporate interests has add added HdfId addoil ¬
ed greatly u to the Presidents Pre popularity popniarttythroughout popularitythro popularitythroughout
throughout thro bout the entire State Oov Hughea Hugheato H Hunquesttohly
to unquestionably growing growlnggraatly greatly In the thepeoples d dpeoples thepeoples
peoples estimation His warfare agaiant agaiantcorrupt qU1IItcorrupt agalustcorrupt
corrupt and incompetent public publichu offldals offldalshas odstlShas
has won for him the th confidence Del Delport sop sopport Ispport
port of the Independent lftdeJK > ndPDt element as well wellas wellas 1 1as
as the great majority of his party Ix Look Lookout Loelzomit ek ekout
out for him as a Presidential Pre ldelatIaJ quantity quallt If IfMr ifMr t tMr
Mr Roosevelt R fnlt will not accept a renojai renojainatton reDOIII1nation renerninatlon
nation nattonMr nationMr natlonMr
Mr Cook was counsel for the late lateCpban lateCpb IntoCpban
Cpban n revolutionary junta to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Cuba wants and m musta must hswe hswea la9 la9atnmc
a strong permanent protectorate to lisure In Insure 11 11sure
sure a stable government before beforecapital ianfljii ianfljiicapital foretyscapital
capital will further furth r inv illt st In Cuba Her Hersalvation HIalvaUon Hersalvation
salvation to dependent t m li l the protection protectionour
our soldiery 3Oldl ry th there re inf inlIno = ur t to > life and prop property pro property ¬ I Irty
erty rty The intelligent rimbers u ubers of the theLiberal theLiberAl theLIberal
Liberal party keenly nprrfciate this and andare andare andare
are qutetly augni auglwl1ting priig tl the e protectorate protectoratesentiment protectoratecnttment protectoratesentiment
sentiment throughout Cuba Alfrrlo AlfrrloZayas AlfrfloZaIU AfrioZapas
Zayas prominently promt cnUy mentioned as the Lib Liberal 11 11eral jIberal > ¬
eral candidate for the > Presidony Presi Presidenypreeminentiy ny it itpreeminently J Jprt
preeminently prt > t mlnently fittiri hy education and andperlence tnlperience > > j jperlence
perlence for the th > ofnY om His elertion WOM WOMbe wn wnbe n nbe
be a happy solution of the political tur turmoil turmQU turmolt ¬

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