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SATLRDAY MAY MA 2i 2 W7 W7Grounds IiGround5
Grounds for National Optimism OptimismHi OptmlsmIAtary
F < Hi orltary tary Root essayed the role of po political poUk11 po11c ¬
litical 11c 1 optimist in his final lecture at Yale Yaleon Yiecn
on 1 th5 th h3 responsibilities of eitlaenship Ills Hisndutllon Illscncluylon j jconrluslon
conrluslon ndutllon is that the past few decades decadeshave deedesh
have h vr marked great gains for liberty libertyJustice Ubert UbertJlJUN lIbertyand
Justice and righteousness among all clvl clvllizpd chlllzd clvilizPI
lizpd peoples peo la our own country he hefinds befinds heti1s
finds that the standards of o public morality moralityan moraUt moraUta1j morsfltyaj
a1j an a governmental g rnmental justice JUf are measur measurably mewsralir ¬
ably ai higher than they th were in the earlier earlierdays earlierda earlierda
days da s of the republic or aVeR forty fortyjars fort fortJrs fortyIars
jars Iars Jrs ago The Credit Mobllier > scandal scandalthe scandalth j
th the whisky frauds of Grants adminis administration admloistratl01 administratIn ¬
tration he thinks would ould be impossible impossibletoday Jmpoe impoeatbletri4ay tble tbletrJ
today trJ 3r because aMe the official ol atmosphere atmospheretirn atmospherethrn atmoaplieretn
tirn prevailing in Washington Wuhla ton no longer longerosiss JongexIst longereiete
osiss xIst and because UH there is a better betterrecognized betterrUrlzed betterregIzed
recognized standard of official morality moralityPublic moralltJPublic moralityPubIi
Public condemnation of railroad d and andcorporation andqrpratlon andcrpration
corporation practices that a few fe years yearsago yearsag Ml8 Ml8a
ago a ag glJ were common in tbe business world world3Ir worHlMr worllMr
Mr Root regards as evidence that we weir weiUp wear
iUp ar ir growing better instead of worse wo It ItIs ItI Iti
Is I pTf prrprny cIy safe to assert rt he says MS that thatti thatt
t ti > standard of probity and fidelity among amongthe amongt amongte
the t corporation managers of the country countryis
is higher now than it ever ov r has been beenbefore eenborC beenbfore
before and yet there is more complaint complaintif eomplalntnow
if now fl > v w > than there ever has ben before beforebfatise berorebrPlP beforeb
bfatise b ase our people demand d mAnd that a more morerigil morerigJ morerg
rigil rg 1 rule of morality shall be applied appliedby appliedby appliedby
by vatute aute and by the courts and In Inadministrative Inadministrative InarThi
administrative arThi inistrative supervision supefI lon than they theyfrrmerly thflYrrmErly theyfrrinerly
frrmerly considered necessary necea ar Not ot only onlyIMS only11s onlybts
IMS the standard of corporate morals been beeneMitd beeneIM n nbut
eMitd eIM i td but the whole hoHt system of the theFederal tMF theFeraI
Federal F jral < government has been lifted up to toc tot toV
c higher plane of clearer moral vision visionJust ielonjtst visionjust
Just as the whole system of British Britishadministration British Britishadministration Britishadministration
administration has been lifted ll up since sinceth sinceth sincethe
th the corrupt days of Walpote WalpoteMr WalpoleMr Alpole Alpole1r
Mr Roots view Iew is flattering to our ournational ourTanal ourtatnnaI
national spirit which is nothing if not notoptimistic notoptimIstic notoptimistic
optimistic or at any an rate fatalistic as asMr ASIr asMr
Mr Ir Bryce would prefer to call it it We Weare Weare Weare
are accustomed accu tOlMd to the belief that things thingswill thlnglii1l thingswill
will i1l somehow come out all right if we wegive Wigie wegive
give them th > m time enough and Mr Roots Rootsamount RootsaIfJunt Rootsac
amount ac unt of our moral progress supplies suppliessubstantial suppllells suiplIessstantiaI
substantial s ts antlal foundation for that article articleof Articleor articleof
of our national faith No o doubt there has 1msl hasbo
l bo > r > n a real uplift of the national con conE conEi
E Ei i ie since the demoralizing days da sue succ sUting suecdng
c cdng ding ing the civil war ar an uplift reflected reflectedin
in f the th higher standard of public morals moralsanJ moralsa1l moralsaii
anJ in newer deals Idea of public service Yet Yetthere Yettj Yettiere
there tj re have been n and are likely to be belamentable belallfnf3bJe beIanntable
lamentable lapses the obvious lesson l n of ofwilh oChkh ofwhi
whi wilh hkh h is that public morals need con continual eontinall continitl ¬
tinual bracing bracln up just as private virtue virtuer virtuerquires Irtue IrtuerlJirps
r rlJirps quires the incessant promptings of the theconscience thecrnsdpnce thecrnsclence
conscience to preserve the narrow way wayT WRYT wayT
T keep what we have gained in the themoral themoal theIflflrat
moral order we e shall have to pay pl the price priceof priceoC priceof
of eternal vigilance vigilanceA 1K1lanceA
A man wbonveara his cigar at the angle angleaffected angleaffrrtld anglenffcted
affected by Uncle Joe never could be lwreally berJl1 bercally
really unhappy about anything anythingA aAthlngSnltcful <
A t Spiteful Query QueryThe QUCf1The QucryTle
The Atlanta Georgian propounds the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following query directly and pointedly pointedlyto
to The T11 Washington lnllon Herald HeraldA HeraldIITolft5
A viicets B UMt WMkfaetni Waito will make lie twtee tee M Mjriiiv aananv
jriiiv 11111 runs fltfl u CMcis chiesea 1 a pwnlr y soppiw4ttfe IlUfllltl iYe iYeIr propo proportiT prust
rtiT Ir t rr WMbieetM Wash nat tenet Me wn Chicago none noneVbn aoaeWlJ seesVhr
WlJ Vbn Vhr wins wn wnj the bet It I one ma twice as iBaajr ar a at M Mrun BTD1 sortn
run rtn If it rimld soald prow oce tw sae lot you pM pe it iten Itn ItU
en n to the foooUtan f of kmnrtatae Jr and wfedotn ra rafa 011tJk ost3
fa tJk Urwtoa oa lMt 1 awl a UK Uwteton lJIeOOtoa tbaI4 LOO Newt ewl aid aidCurirr aDdJ sadrIrf
Curirr CurirrWe rIrf rIrfWe J r rWI
We would take po positive lUvc delight In shed shedding shedding siteddlrg ¬
ding the ray ra rare J of our oHracknowledged acknowledged superior superiorwisdom superiorwls superiorwlsdotn
wisdom wls orn over even so trifling trlfiln a proposition propositionas
as this hlsIO so perpetually in evidence is our ourgood ourlod ourgood
good lod nature and desire de tre to please pleasewere were the thesinister theEinlsttr thesinister
sinister design underlying It not so vivid vividly vividly 1ldy ¬
ly y outlined It is not so much the theGeorgians theGcrglans theGecrgians
Georgians desire to increase its store storeof storeor storeof
of knowledge knowledgethough though no one will wl1ldlapute wl1ldlaputet1at wllldisputetat dispute disputetliat
tat such an ambition on its part would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not only be praiseworthy but strikingly strikinglyunusual striklnglunu strikinglyunusualas
unusual unu unusualas ualas as it Is to take an underhand underhandjab underhandjab underhandjab
jab at Washingtons gentlemanly baseball baseballteam baseballteam bsebaliteam
team That is the malicious point of its itsutterance Itsutttranee Itsutterance
utterance and the very el pith of Its hypo hypothetical hypothfUcal hypethetical ¬
thetical question We merely mention mentionthis mentionthis mentionthis
this in passing in order that our constitu constituency constltuncy constitucncy ¬
ency ncy may ma understand the animus of the theGeorgian theGorglan theGorglan
Gorglan beneath the cloak of its appar apparently apparenU apparently ¬
ently enU wellbred Inquiry InquiryAs InquiryAs insuiryAs
As to the question qUNtionoC of course B wins wlnaIhf winstlw winsthc
thc bet Washington did not make twice twiceas twiceas twiceas
as many runs as Chicago In this partlcu particular partlcuhI partlcuhr ¬
lar instance InstancealtMugh although we entertain no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt as to Washingtons ability to do so soconditions socrndltlons socnditions
conditions being favorable One run Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not twice as many as no runs One thing thingcan thingun thingctn
can never be twice anything unless that thatparticular thatrarUcular thatparticular
particular anything be a half of some something something something ¬
thing And it does not appear here that thatChicago thatChicago thatChicago
Chicago claims to have made a half run runTwo runTwo runTwo
Two runs run may Jr be twice one run but one onerun onerun onerun
run is not twice tw no runs However had hadWashington hadWa hadWashington
Washington Wa = hlngton and Chicago scored no runs runsrespectively runsrp runsrspectlvely
respectively rp CUvel < A would have wan tho bet betfor betfr betr
for r the very er simple reason reson that no runs runstwice runstwlc runstwice
twice twlc as many runs as no runs runsTi ruosT1 runsTe
T1 Te Ti doubt itgplted blpJl in the Georgians Georgiansas
> as to our ability to solve its petty peU
problems Is we trust now at rest restarc We Weare W Ware
are s glad to be of benefit to a contempo contemporary contemporary contemporai ¬
rary rai at sea on any an point We TO trust that thatnever thatnever thatnever
never again will 111 our Atlanta friend sug suggest suggest suggest ¬
gest that we pass along anything to toother toolher toother
other members of tho Information bureau bureauAnyhow bureauAnhow bureauAnyhow
Anyhow it ought to know If It doesnt doesntthat doesntthat doesntthat
that the Charleston Charlcst n News and Courier Courierand Courierand Courierand
and the Houston Post are bound to butt buttIn buttIn buttIn
In somewhere along the line whether In Invited InvU Invitad ¬
vited vU d or not notNow notow notNow
Now ow then ask us something hard hardGeorgian hardGeorgian hardGeorgian
Georgian GeorgianFurthermore GeorgianFurthermore GeorgianFurthermore
Furthermore If Senator Platt was the theoriginal theorglnal theoriginal
original Roosevelt man It merely goes goesto goesto goesto
to show what remarkable progress has hasbeen hasbeen begbeen
been made In the evolution of the species speciesA
A Democratic Platform PlatformApropos PlnttonnproPQs PlatformApropos
Apropos proPQs of tho nomination by b the able ableeditors ableeditors ableeditors
editors of the Louisville CourierJournal CourierJournaland CourrJoural CourrJouraland
and the Charleston Charleton News and Courier CourieroC CourieroCDemocrtc of ofDemocratic oflomocratic
Democratic Democrtc candidates canlldatcs for the Presidency Presidencyand Preidency Preidencyand Presidencyand
and Vice Vic Presidency whose whOe identity Identt is iscarefully Iscareuly iscarefully
carefully careuly concealed within wihin the editorial editorialmind editoral editoralmind editorialmind
mind we beg leave to suggest a a Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic cratc platform suitable to those and to toall toaU toall
all other Democratic Democratc candidates who have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been or may hereafter hrefer bo named nameda nameda a plat platform plRtform p1stform ¬
form broad brad and comprehensive enough to tosatisfy tosUsC tosatisfy
satisfy sUsC Democrats Dtocrt of every eo shade and andvariety andrlotr andvarIety
variety rlotr of opinion Such a declaration declraUon of ofprinciples otprlnpis ofprinciples
principles prlnpis we e judge would read red about abut as asfollows a aColkws asfollows
follows followsWe Colkws ColkwsWe followsWe
We adhere 3dhr with wU firm l coattetton Ct1 to t Uw U prtoeipks prtoeipksof Jpl
of 0 th t the Democratic Dcml1 F17 out as I ewineteted Nnk eaun aWd bjr b b 1 IWe 1We 1Ve
We Ve iwffira rAr rearai ear O ncoBalliW m1h ptT aUc aikgiasce B > CM ce to t Uw t usi usiworn U l1ee l1eewoes
worn m Democratic Demti doctttee dodr < e tb tht1 tht1We that t tWe 1 1We
We rtw m with wih alarm alr alarmwe f fWe fWe
We paint with wih raids to toWe t I IWe
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We dtMUDce dlD teats tnts as a iadcfentlble i ctw be and Intolerable latekraMtand
and In 04 f ffT ffTWe favor favorWe w T TWe
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We atawl sInes aa with wth iMwawrins lR1Tig feet t upon 1p the tI lb Ct cst Csseti Cssetitatieca sti stittttton
ttttton UI of o the t United Une States Sttf as a teteniwUd ite leterprM br brWe b 1 1We 1We
We held h sacred Uw U audet ndet degree dej ri e f State Stt lights lightsM ra raa
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Uw U DtraocMtte Df t r Jr pert rtr is i eso sesuatiat Ual tl U UOoasdent t f fo Ifhadcot
Ooasdent o rf c the th wfado wiO wbdoei of the U peo4e we present presentear pt ptf presentear
ear f wcdWatea rct to the t mighty Btr Awertem electorate electorateIn eate
In 1 < the t dfcprootwl rror b bt billet Hf that tt thy th will w b bFor 0 0For be I IFor
For obvious oblou reasons reAons we must mut decline delin to tosupply tosuppl tosupply
supply suppl the interrogatory omissions oisions inevit inevitable Ineltabe inevithle ¬
able abe hle In a tentaUve offering olrlng of this sort sortat sort sortat sort sortat
at least lest until unU our contemporaries contemporare consent consentto c coneentto nt ntto
to reveal rovel the secrets serts they are Ae so tantallz tantallzingly tantlz tantlzInly tantalizbigly
bigly Inly withholding wihholing from trm our knowledge knowledgeName knowl knowledgeName dsc
Name your our men and we will wl undertake undertaketo underake underaketo
to clothe clte our skeleton platform pltorm with be becoming b becoming ¬
coming verbal verbl garments garmentsStill garmentsSUI garmentsStIll
Still SUI It I must be acknowledged acknl that tht a aSMOM aS3 afine
SMOM S3 fine fne for receiving reiving an JHCDO r rebate rebateis rbte rbteI
is I l not calculated Clcullt4 to inspire IMpre monopolies monopolieswith monopolleawith
with wih that tat wholesome whlesme dread of tho law lawthat lawtht lawthat
that tht Is eminently emlnnt desirable desirableThe desirbl desirblThe desirableThc
The Acquiescence of Queen Ill IllVerily 11 111Verily
Verily Vtrl the world orl do move re Only Onl a few fewmonths fewmoth fewmonths
months moth ago ag Queen Qu n Lllluokalani UlukaJnl was wasstill ws wssti wasstilt
still sti ardently ardenty engaged cngage In her attempt atempt to toobtain toobtin toobtain
obtain obtin from frm the United States Sttes a quid qui pro proquo
qu quo for or the throne she he lost It when this thisgovernment thlg thlgBovtrnment thisgovernment
government Bovtrnment annexed the Hawaiian Hawaiin Is Islands Islans Islands ¬
lands lans and an made them thm a Territory Tcrrltor That Thatattempt Tht Thtatempt Thatattempt
attempt atempt failed fAied as all of us u remember remembersome rememb remembersome I
some with ln sincere sncere sympathy smp th for the tl stat erstwhile tnt tntwhlc statwhile ¬
while whlc dusky dusk ruler of the halfway haiway house houseof houseof I Iof
of the Pacific Pacf and some Ime perhaps prhp with withonly wit withonly I
only amusement amusementNow amusemnt amusementNow I
Now 1ow apparently 8pprfntb the th former forJr Queen Quen has hasbecoms Mil hasbecome
become bom reconciled reoncil both bth to h Ir her r deposition depositionand depition depositionand I
and to th t the new order or r of things thln In the theverdant theverdant
an I Ierdant
verdant and seductive suche islands lln where whe once onceher oe oeher onceher
her word r was as law II In a I recent issue Iu of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Honolulu Bulletin ulptn we read red of a lunch luncheon lunh lunhen luncheon ¬
eon en at which she was wa the nominal Rin I hostess hostessand hostessand
and her guests gU the th members tmbers of o the th fourth fourthlegislature fourthlegilature fourthlegislature
legislature legilature of th th the Territory Terrtory of oC Hawaii HawaiiThe HIU HIUThe hawaiiThe
The scene sene ws ws s her h home lme on beautiful beautifulWalklki beautifulWaikiki utful utfulWalklkl
Walklki l beach > each Illness If prevented IM Vente4 the thepresence thepr thepresence
presence pr nee of the deposed d Queer Queer herself herselfand henlf henlfan herselfand
and an her hospitality bopta1r was wa dispensed dlpen by byPrince b bPrince byPrince
Prince Cupid Cupi otherwise otherw Jonah Jonh Kalan Kalanianiole Kala Kalanisniole
ianiole Territorial Terrtorlnl Delegate Dtlegte in Congress Congieneand Cf Cfan Congressanti
and an Princess Prlnet Kalanianlole After Arer the thesharp thesharp thesharp
sharp edge ege of o hunger had bn n dulled dulledto duU duUto dulledto
to quote ute the Bulletins Buletns reporter reprter who wh is isobviously I IobrU91y isobviously
obviously obrU91y an American AmriAn product prolet there tlre was wasspe wus wasspeechmaking
spe s speechmaking chmaking hmakln of the kind kin inevitable Inevitbl to tosuch tosuh tosuch
such suh occasions oeen Speaker Spker Holsteln pre presided prosk1d ¬
sided and A S KaMopu a W O Smith
Re Rev Stepen Stephen Dh Desha ha Delegate Dtlete Kalanianl Kalanianlote Klnin Kalaniatniole
ole oe and others otors responded repoe to toasts to8 VThc VThchealth Thc Thehealth ThcbJh
health bJh of the Queen Quen was wa drunkthe drunk the work workof workoC workof
of the legislature 1glslture and an of Delegate Dlegate Kalan Kalanianig Kalanlanlo Kalanlanlols
ianig lanlols wag praised pr led and An Representative RepresentativePali R rHntatV4
Pall Pal delivered delhere one of his characteristic characteristicspeeches characterlUc characterlUcIpeha characteristicspeeches
speeches Ipeha in which he declared dere dec red that tht Maul MaulIs Maulire IAUI IAUIIs
Is the flower fwer of the Territory Tfrltr and an he is isthe 1 isthe
the chief chic poleater poieter of Maul MaulThus MaulThus Jaul JaulThu
Thus Thu the event passed pNi Into history historyCould htor htorCould historyCosald
Could anything indicate Indkte more strikingly strikinglythe srikingly srikinglythe strikinglythe
the satisfactory stsCactor conditions coniis existing exitng In the theislands theislands
islands the tli cordial relations relatin between th the thenative j jnative
native Hawallans HawaIans and an the Americans mrll who whohave whohve whot
have found new nc homes there and
I t hve IHes thre thej the theformer
former Queens acceptance acceptne of th tht the situation situationbrought stutin stutinbrought situationbrought
brought brought about abut by their presence prfan and an by byselfgovernment br1gfrnment byselfgovernment
selfgovernment 1gfrnment as a Territory TtrrHor of o the theUnited thoUnUe theUnited
United UnUe States Sttes The T picture Ig so pleas pleasing plsIng plessIng ¬
ing Indeed Inced that we are constrained contrained to towish to1is towish
wish 1is a i similar mlu one on could culd be b presented prCnte in InthOo inthose I Ithose
those thOo other insular possessions Pesfin of o ours ourswhich ourswhich ourswhich
which He le In the great get ocean On to tho west westGen wat watGen westCon
Gen Kurokl has refused retle1 three thre offers offersfor olers olersCor offersfor
for a a magazine rIzlne article artcle so s It I is I said The The1more Themore
more mre we hoar hlr of this gentleman gentemn the bet better bt btter better ¬
ter we like lke him himUrnlns himJrlns himliming
liming Jrlns nnd Whiskers WhiskersWe WhlskcrsWe WhiskersWe
We know not what hat result resul will wi be the thenext thenext thenext
next to follow Colow the tl line ln of events produced
by b agitation agiaton of the question quCUon of whiskers whiskersFrom whiser whiskersFrom
From time trne to time tme we have called cald atten attention aten atenton attenlion ¬
lion ton to curious and In some respects repets dan dangerous dnngerous dangerous ¬
gerous developments of the agitation agitationHaving agiaton agiatonHalng agitationllaving
Having Halng established estnblshN beyond be ond peradventure peradventurethe
the fact act that It I is the constitutional consUuUonnl and andInalienable an anInalenable andinalienable
I Inalienable Inalenable right rght of every over male citizen citze in inth Inthe Inthe
th the United States
Unied to fimbrlate fmbriate his coon countenance cOtn cOtnI coontenance ¬
tenance tennee as best bet suits suit his fancy fanc sac with wih the thenatural thenatural
I natural ntural product prouct of virile Irle masculinity mRulnly we wewould weI wewould
would be content contfnt to withdraw wihraw from the thediscussion thedJ thediscussion
I discussion dJ uslon conscious of having performed performedour prforme performofour
our duty as S tho organ orgn of healthy holhy public publicopinion pubHcopinion publicopinion
opinion and exponent of the square uare deal dealBut deal dealBut
But a respectable citizen ciien of Cleveland ClevelandOhio CleeJnd CleeJndOhio ClevelandOhio
Ohio by b name D C Westenhaver and andby andby andby
by profession a lawyer 10 Wjcr has ha committed committedharakiri commited commitedbraklrl committedharakirl
harakiri braklrl with wih his hi whiskers under pres pressure pre pressure ¬
sure of a false and wicked doctrine dotrine We Weare Weare weare
are therefore moved to submit some fur further further furthor ¬
ther remarks in general defense of whis whiskers whiskers whiskers ¬
kers kersMr
Mr Westcnhaver Is chief counsel counel for forthe forthe forthe
the Hon Tom Johnson Johnsn The ThE former formerhas forer forerha formerhas
has ha been led tc t Llleve Jee that tht Mr MrJohnsons MrJohnsons Ir IrJohnsons
Johnsons fame would ould not have 11 flown fown so sofar sofar sofar
far nor his deeds have been en so nighty Ight had hadhe hd hdhe hadhe
he not set his face ace like lke flint against whis whiskers whiskers whiskers ¬
kers For years ears until unt a few days ago agoMr agoIr agoMr
Mr Ir Westenhaver estenhacr had disported disporte a mus mustache mustache rnustacho ¬
tache that was the pride of all Cleveland Clevelandand Cleelandnnd Clevelandand
and the particular Jrtculnr glory of Euclid Eucld avenue avenueIn avenueIn avenueIn
In an evil e1 moment he read a sophistical sophisticalthesis sophistcal sophistcalthesis sophisticalthesis
thesis In tho Cleveland Press
Cleelnd headed headedAre hoded hodedAre bondedAre
Are whiskers signs of massive brains brainsAfter brins brinsACer brainsAfter
After ACer he had finished fnished the article artcle he kept kepthis kepthis kepthis
his dinner waiting waitng ten minutes while whie ho howas hI howas
was shaving sh vlng off of ci his mustache mustch When he heappeared heappered heappeared
appeared appered in court the next day da he an answered answered answered ¬
swered all Inquiries Inquires of his brother law lawyers Inwers lawers ¬
yers ers with wih this solemn statement I am amconvinced amomlnced amconvinced
convinced that whiskers are not signs or ora ora ora
a massive brain On the contrary contrar the themassive the1sshe themassive
massive 1sshe brains apparently apprentl3 have neither neitherwhiskers neiher neiherwhiskers neithervhiskers
whiskers nor mustaches mustachesMark mustches mustchesMnrlt mustachesMark
Mark that as a lawyer Mr r Westen Westenhaver WestenbAe Westenbayer ¬
bayer noes not nt indorse the ruthless ruthlQ acts actsof actsof
of those corporations corortons which have denied deniedthe deniedthe deniedthe
the constitutional constItutona right of their male em emf ¬
ployes to wear ea whiskers He appeals to towhat towhat towhat
what he obviously conceives concehe to be the thehigher thehigher thehigher
higher law In Justification juaUncUon of his hi whole wholesale wholesle wholesale ¬
sale sle indictment Inditment against whiskers He le per perceives porclve percalves ¬
calves clve that tht massive masee brains brain do d not nt express expressthemselves exprW exprWthem expressthemselves
themselves them lve In whiskers whisker This Thl is I the 1te most mostunfair mostunfair mostunfair
unfair and the subtlest subtest attack ataek that tht has hasyet h hasyet
yet et been made upon upn whiskers whfkers Its It pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose la to array ary every ever ambitious ambitous man in inthe Inthe inthe
the country against whiskers whiker but its It re result re result resuit ¬
sult will wi be b to array Arm class against aganlt class classon claMon classon
on the whiskers whl kers question questionHence queston questonlenc questionThence
Hence lenc we regret that such sch an issue has hasbeen ha habeon hasbeen
been raised ral It were better if the anti antlwhlskors ant antiwhiskers
whlskors agitation agItton should be kept con confined cn cnfIned conlined ¬
fined to more mor legitimate legllmto limits lmits We pre prescribed prescribed proscrlbed ¬
scribed these the some me time tme ago There are arestylos arestlos arestyles
styles of whiskers whlsk rs which we abhor but butwe butbOr butwe
we bear bOr with 1th them because beus we are aware awarethat awae awaethat awarethat
that they are the th pride and an joy j of their theirowners ther therowner theirowners
owners owner There are ar whlskerless whikerlee faces fa too toowhich to towhich toowhich
which wo abhor but we bear bl with wih them thembecause thembecus thembecause
because becus we realise ralz that tht their thrr deluded deludedowners deludl deludedowners
owners aro happy hAPP In the belief bllC that they theyare th thae theyare
are ae lovely to look upon upn We deny In toto totohowever totohoweer toteliowover
however the Cleveland doctrine dotrine that thatwhiskers thatwhlkers thatwhiskers
whiskers are not a sign agn of massive brains brainsWere brln brainsWere
Were w Wi so 8 minded mine we could give the thenames th thnames thenames
names of bowhlskered bowhlskere men whose WhO brains brainsare brlM brlMaro brainsare
are massive ma lve and of unwhlskered unwhlker men menwhose menwh menwhose
wh whose brains brain are ae not massive massiveAfter maln malnACer massiveAfter
After ACer all If I there be b any ay relation rlatin be between b between ¬
tween mind and that tt form of matter mattercalled mater matercHe mattercalled
called cHe whiskers whier this relationship reltoulp must mu be begoverned b bgovere begoverned
governed govere altogether aloeeMr by climate cimte Fierce nercegales Fr Frgale Fiercegales
gales gale at times tm sweep over Cleveland Clland from fromLake frm frmLke fromLake
Lake Lke Erie Eri and an these the thee may ma possibly pb pro produce p produco ¬
duco storms storm in the brains brlnn of Clevelanditis Clevelanditiswho Clelnft Clelnftwho Clevelnditeiwho
who affect ared whiskers wbiers But we doubt doub It ItThoro I IThere it itThere
There is I I a difference dlernc however hwer between betweennature btween btweenMturo betweennature
natural fakers fakersThe faltersThe
nature fakirs fal and an natrl fkes fkesrhe
The latter are quite quie plentiful plemtlfulCuba plUful plUfulCub plentifulCuba
Cuba Cub has just jut celebrated cebte the tl dfth fft anni anniversary Inol Inolnrsay adniversary ¬
versary nrsay of Its It M MrInne MrInneAn searlndejsendence searlndejsendenceAn rlndepewlenc rlndepewlencAn
An Intoxicant Intoxint has hs been bn discovered dvre In InAfrica InAfri inAfrica
Africa Afri that forces for people p under ur its It Influ Influence Infu Infueme influonce ¬
once eme to tell the truth trut If I everybody t < rr In Intho Intho inthe
tho world would woul take a few fe awi awis I s of o ttt tttstuff the thestuff
stuff stut wor a kit Jt of astonishing utnlg things tlB would wouldCOtDfi wold woldcm wouldcome
come cm tO light lightOnce Jlht JlhtO lightOne
Once O One more more It I has h been beR demonstrated demonstratedthat dtrte 4emonstrattdthat
that tt when Ruefs and an SchmKaes Shlll fall ta out outhonest ot othnt out outhonest
honest hnt men get gt their does doesPie d dP duesPie
Pie P is a villainous maluu invention htfDt t says a awriter awrier awriter
writer wrier In a I womans wOmn magazine ma Not No when whenyour whenyour bn bnyur
side wins and are in line lineAn lineAn
your yur Je all you 01 ar i Hne HneAn
An English newspaper J WI I pr after att declaring declaringthat dl declaringthat
that tht England Enn has b the tl freest press p the thefreest thereset he hefrMt
freest frMt reset institutions Inlluton and the t freest fr people peopleon peopleon
on earth erth demands demn th th the abolition abUln of o the theHouse tbeHoO thehouse
House HoO of Lords Lo With WJt such h Meal condi conditions CI conditiotis ¬
tions existing exttg It would woul appear apr the th part partof It Itof pertof
of wisdom io to stand IAn pat pt and an let le welt weltenough weltenough el
enough alone aloneMr aloneMr
enuh a aMr
Mr J Ham Lewis L prediction pelctoD that tht th thDemocratic l the theDemocratic
Democratic Dorati Presidential PreldeDtl nominee nin will U be besome besome
some 80m one not no now considered cnte seriously seriouslyis N eiloueIyi
is I Interesting IntereU but bt not new DW Very Ye few fewDemocratic fe feDmratc fewDemocratic
Dmratc Democratic nominees nmD appear apar to t have havebeen hve hvebn havebeen
been considered fertoualy of tat late
bn t yean yeanJapan yesnJapan
cre t y yJAp
Japan JAp has cornered cn the t camphor mar market mr mrke mariceS ¬
iceS ke It I doesnt nt waiter Jtl however hoeer as It Itseems itseesie
seems 1 quite likely lkey that tht we shall shl all al be beobliged heObliged
obliged ole to wear Wr oat ot our winter wnta clothes clothesInstead elt clothesinstead
Instead Illfd of o pck packing them thm away awy for future futurereference futureroference
reference referenceFormer reCerene reCereneFormr roferenceFormer
Former Formr Senator nt Burtons Burto lecture Jture tour Is Isnot I isnot
not nt proving Ivn a financial nnancll success a People Peopleare p plr Peopleare
are lr rather rath shy sy about a t paying J good p money moneyto JMr JMrto moneyto
to hear her a hard br luck story storyThe storyThe to toT
The T matrimonial mthnnll g pn garm rm to I phtytnar p1 a let tetof 1 letof
of old ok stage te favorites t e this tl tlAfer season seasonAfter mosesAfter
After Afer all Abe A b Hummel Hun has b not t been beentreated beestreated
treated tte m 1 badly bdly They Tbe hve have nave put him in inthe inthe
the 1 bakery Mkt of the th penitentiary nletll where h ne nemay he hemay
may my take tk an a occasional onl tof tofThe kMtThe C CTe
The Te statement that tl most m wild animal animalstories ani animalstories
stories sto are ar untrue uatr will wU not n affect et Jack JackLondons JackLondons
Londons LO1 reputation retato for veracity Ycly particu particularly pUeu pUeuJrl particularly ¬
He to bare
larly Jrl appears an bYe appropriated appropriatedthe
the th majority mat1 of his hi tales tall so 1 he h can cn cnthe pass passtbe pamThe
the charge along to the other fellow fellowAs fellowAs fellowAs
As we w understand the situation in Kan Kansas Kanau Kanass ¬
ass the t brown bug is after the green greenbug greenbu greeabug
bug bu and the black iiy jI Is after the brown brownbug bro brobug brownbug
bug The question naturally naturalJ arises el Brown BrownI B Brownbug n nbug
I but bug having disposed of green n bug and andblack aodblack andblack
black iiy lu having M1 g disposed ot brown bro bug bughow busbow bughow
how is Kansas Ka going IOI to dispose of black blackny blackfly
ny 11
Senator La Follette is hunting < bears in inthe intlM inthe
the Rockies If he values valu his popularity popularityhowever popularityMwever popularityhowever
however he will not set himself up upan as asan asan
an authority on their habits and customs customswhen CMt CMtwhen customswhen
when he rvturns rvturnsThe rturnsThe turns turnsThe
The Punxsutawney PunXiluta wney Spirit does not lire Hkeit lireIt likeit
it because the old blacksnakemllklnga blacksnakemllklngacow
cow tale is making its annual spring < pil pilgrimage pilgrimage p11grimscge ¬
grimage Still SUlI we e would miss these old oldstories oldtoties oldstories
stories should they forsake us alto altogether altogetber altogether ¬
gether What would life be worth orlh to a anewsiMper Ilnewslpe anewspaper
newspaper reader for instance if some somecalf 101MAU ieeecalf
calf < didnt swallow llow a can of dynamite dynamiteand dMlfttt dMlftttAnd dynamiteand
and get t blown b on up about once every six sixmonths sixmonths oX oXmonths
The Nashville XhvmeAme NsshvilieAaneriesn American n thinks tbe King Kingof Klnpor Kingof
of Slam who styles himself bother of ofthb ofU ofthk
U thk thb moon would feel f 1 like a full blown blownaurora blownaurora blownaurora
aurora borealis should he visit Tennes Tennessee Teaneeset Tennessee ¬
see Perhaps the idea is that he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be furnished liberal supplies of his broth brothers brothera brothers ¬
ers era shine which bleb is one of that States Statesprincipal Stat Statprlnelpal Slatesprincipal
principal products productsThe productsThe uctz uctzThe
The Savannah Xews says no Congress Congressman Conc Concman Congressman ¬
man has the right to refuse to consider considera
a petition from his constituents no mat matter mattel mattet ¬
tel what the color of their skins skiMwhile skiMwhileblack skinswhiteblack white whiteblack
black blue or green reen Morally and seMi sentimentally IeItImentally seMimentally ¬
mentally this is correct cfrectj but any Con Congressman CooJreBSman Congreesman ¬
gressman approached by an a aggregation aggregationof
of greenskinned constituents eon Utpents certainly certainlyhas certainlyhu certainlyhas
has a right to procure a gun before enter entertaining entertalnln entertaming ¬
taming talnln thorn thornA thll1A themA
A Western estern judge hag ha decided that an in indictment Indictment indietment ¬
dictment will not hold because it failed failedto failedto failedto
to specify whether wht thr > the date thereon UCreonll8i UCreonll8iWAil 1907 1907was
was intended to mean A D or B n C Evi Evidently EYIdenU Evidntly ¬
dently denU a good plow hand was lost lo to the thecountry tb tbountr thecountry
country ountr when that judge was elevated to tothe tothe tothe
the bench benchKing benchIlng benchKing
King Alfonso hc a very el busy bull conferring conferringorders conferriagorders conferringorders
orders on his son these lays but it is iseasy MellS leeasy
easy ellS money mone that the youngster will be bebossing bfbQoSslng bebossing
bossing the household and issuing the or orders orders orders ¬
ders soon soonIt soonIt soonIt
It is riot probable that any poet In the theworld theworld theworbi
world save and except Alfred Austin Austinwould Austinould Austinwould
would ould have the nerve to Indite a poem to toVictorious toVictorious toVictorious
Victorious Spring under the existing existingcircumstances existingcircumstances existingcircumstances
circumstances circumstancesNaturally circumstances1aturaJl circumstancesNaturally
Naturally 1aturaJl a man who spells his hl name nameSchmltz nArDfSchmitz nameSchmltz
Schmltz doesnt get much sympathy this thisyear thiseIr thisyear
year eIr
Ruef is down and out says the Los LosAngeles LoIAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Times With excellent chances ehanCtsoC chancesof i iof
of being sent up upThe uPThe upThe
The King of Abyssinia AblI8 nla has adopted a anew Anew anew
new umbrella saYs g8y the Columbia State StateAdopted StateAdopted StateAdopted
Adopted Is a very trr polite word to use useIn weIn usein
In this emergency emergencyAmerican emergencyAmerlcnn emergencyAmerican
American Transportation Facilities FnclliticHForaser FacilitiesForser
Foraser Secretary Bhaw SJaa t te Lcttfci LcttfciAmerica LeeItr LeeItrAmerica LesliesAmerica
America is plethoric in everything Our Ourcirculation Ourcirculation Ourcirculation
circulation is congested In other words wordsour word wordsour
our transportation facilities are far bolow belowour bolowour bolowour I
our needs Meantime locomotive works worksand worksand
and car r factories are running twenty twontyfour twontfour twentyfour
four hours a day And nd all this notwith notwithstanding not notwithstanding wlth ¬ i
standing some of our great transcontinen transcontinental ¬ i ital
tal lines do not possess vos eM sufficient side sidetracks sldetraeks sidetracks ¬
tracks to hold their present equipment of ofcars ofcars i icars
cars We e are now as much in need of ofdouble ordouble ofdouble
double tracking our transcontinental lines linesof linesof II
of railroad as w we were originally original in need needof needoC needof
of these lines The combined railroads railroadscould railroadsoould railroadscould
could not transport tra fport an army with neces necessary necessery ¬ i isary
sary supplies to the Pacific PAcl c Coast < 888t in six sixmonths abmonths sixmonths
months Our salvation lies in the fact factthat factthat
I Itbat
that no such army ann will be needed n At Atleast Atleast Atleast
least let us so bcpe and pray prayI rny
One of us lives as a magnate grand grandione grandioneof one
of us leads as a chieftain bold boldOne boldOne
One of us begs with 11h a palsied pal 1td hand one oneof oneof
of us deals in gems and gold goldOno goldOne goldOne
One of us thinks this life a game one of ofus orU8 ofun
us tolls toll for wages low lowBut lowBut lowBut
But In the end it is all the same me into the thedustmans thedustmans thedustmans
dustmans bin we go goOne goOne goOne
One of us heads and rules tho state one oneof oneot oneof
of us creeps from door to door doorOno doorOno doorOne
Ono of us fawns among among tho great one of ofus orus ofus
us delves in ancient lore loreOne loreOne loreOne
One of us U climbs to heights of fame famE one oneof oneoC oneof
of us sinks lnlts to depths of woe wooBut woeBut woeBut
But in the end it Is all the same Into the thedustmans theustmans thedustmans
dustmans bin we go goThen bOoThcn goThen
Then the he Gang Left LeftWhy JeftWhy yeftWhy
Why couldnt our foreign friend hoW hoWhis hoklhis holdhis
his audience audienceOn RudleneeOn audienceOn
On account of his pronunciation pronunciationHis
His pronunciation pronunciationYes proouncltkmYeti pronuncilUonYes
Yes he began talking about t our beer beerless lttIrItM beerless
less leader
By II Request RcancitWhats RellnclltVltat RequestWhats
Whats Vltat that you OU s M7 M7He say sayHe y
H He shot a man for a deer deerWell deereIL
Well eIL I like to ba b aeMmmedatin ace mmedatla but butI
I wouldnt shoot a man to oblige oWl no nohorned nohornM nohorned
horned critter critterWould critterWoultl
Would onltl Consider It ItO
0 king live ft forever they cried criedBut erledBut criedBut
But the king made reply replyThat rcpThat rcpl rcplThat
That to do so ha couldnt decide decideWith decideWIth decideWitli
With expenses so high highSpring highSprln highSpring
Spring Sprln XovcHicn Xo ltle in Humor HumorThe IInlUorTM HumorThe
The boy had a bent pin pinTm pinThft pinTha
Tm man aga had an expensive outfit com comprising comprtllng cornirlsthg ¬
prising rods roda reels lines spoons nets netsand netand netsand
and flies fliesNevertheless n nXevertheJeM fliesNevertheless
Nevertheless the man caught all the
fists tielThe
The Second M r E Church of Skaggs SkaggsCorners SkagsCorners SkaggsCorners
Corners gave Its annual picnic last week weekNone weekNone weekNone
None of the boys got stung by hornets hornetsand hometaSlId hornetsand
and the lemon pie was not sat In InIt 1ftII init
It didnt rain rainThe JIIlnTIM rainThe
The city man moved to the country CIOu try and andplanted a aplanted andplanted
planted 357 varieties of garden seed seedThey seeds seedsTbe seedsThey
They Tbe all came ell up upHis upH upHis
His H garden looks fine and he will 111 have havetots haveIota harelots
tots of vegetables soon soonXcnrly MOltXenrl soonNearly
Nearly Xenrl Always AlwaysHe Alnn AlnnlIe AlwaysHe
He who ho dreams a richquick dream dreamtbhlp ftads ftadsthings sds sdsthings
things are not what they tb y scheme schemeJUST chellMU schemeJUST
VK Fma the Atlanta CbaMftatfan CbaMftatfanA OIIBMbttaIIA
A I Portiinntc ortnlnte Citizen CitizenJlnklns Citizenl CitizenJinMn
l Jlnklns holds his h head mighty mtPtthis high htgnthis highthis
this mornin Whats What happened happenedj bappelMdrJut hPPeDedrJest
j Just put a mortgage on the male an ansold eaIIOId anolet
sold olet a mockinbini for tO tOT1ie 10 10Tlte 0 0The
The Bright rhht Country CountryThe CountryThe CountryTb
The Tb countrys just as smiling from the themountains tINmountains themountains
mountains to toe sea seaAs seaAa seaAs
As the Lord whose love is over It It weal wealever wwW wwWever wuu1ever
ever have It be beThe beTh beThe
The Th gardens rich with ilh rose reMIII and the themeadows themeadOwcJ themeadows
meadows and the plains plainsAnd plainsAnd tn tnARd
And all the greening pastures putartllaUnkle jest jmiaUnkle jestatinkle
aUnkle with lth tit the rains rainsIts rat ratIt raiseIts
Its It great t to just be lirra living in a a wrM w wnear rjJ so sonear sonear
near the blue bineYou blneYou blueYou
You can fed f the benedtetwa of the tbepis an angels angels ¬
gels over you youThe yonThe youThe
The country cowltry4h5s shes just glorious by any anynight Allnt anynight
night nt or orDd day dayAnd dayAnd
And Dd love oer 0 life victorious aad were weresingtaf w wsbIII weresinging
singtaf on the way waySUI1 warStili wayStill
Still on Praying Grounds GroundsMop GrounrJItop Groestitislitop
Mop snooted shoest i an excited brother to tothe tothe tothe
the preacher Word has jes earn come that thatyer UaatII thatleg
leg house baa IMMH down downBut tow towBut downBut
But the lands RII let Aint it 1 asked askedthe adtM askedthe
the preacher preacherOh preacherOh ber
011 Oh yes yesThen 1Thea yesThen
Then that sU W he te something to tothank tothank tothank
thank God for or Let us sins aiIII the hymn on onIttf oapa
Ittf pa 87 Z How Inn a aThe Foundation FoundationThe FoundatIonTue
The Presidential JreJIJ ntIJ Candidate CandidateGreat Cnnllldn CnssdldateGreet t tGftat
Great office o ke tis of thee theeSoft tMe tMeIon theeSort
Soft place reserved for or orOf me meOf meOf
Of thee I stag stagPiac sInIa singPlace
Piac Ia Place that I long to get getWorked ptWork getWorked
Worked Work for in coW and a aPIIIee wfc we4 we4Place
PMC PIIIee that I love you bet betOf bstl bstlOtbeSIIIRg u uOf
Of OtbeSIIIRg the tIMe I stag stagI
I 1 love thy downy do doA bed bedSoft bedI
A I Soft chair ebakand and tape so red redYou ngYou redYou
You bet I do doI
I 1 love thy full vii control controlI
I love Joy thy Ua b b4 pay roll roUIm rollrm roIlIm
Im for thee thee heart and andIm seal sealIm sealIm
Im after < you youSnrc youSore youSure
Sore This ThI Time TimeSpring TimetSprinc TimeSpring
Spring you bet is here once more moreBvery JMr JMrEnry mereEvery
Every winds wtnd a tattler tattlerBut tattlerBut tattlerBut
But how we know kno shes here fag f fBill uteri uteriBill heg hegBill
Bill Jones has ha km a rattler rattierAn rattlerAn rattlerAn
An folks folk folkstbe they tM set on ever ver ha haAdreamln baa baaAdrMmlft hatsAdreainist
Adreamln an awtshtn awtshtnAn awlshlnAn
An all th the liars of the Ian
AIr Ur diggin d n bait fer flshin flshinIlryiuii bblanr flahinBryansi
Ilryiuii nr rnn Ilelntinni whit Itl hearst HcnrstFIWB HenrstFro hearstfrees
Mr Bryan has never submitted bmlUed to any anykind anykind anykInd
kind of discipline heretofore h but It would wouldseem wouldrn wouldseem
seem rn that in view Ie of the treatment he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been getting from Mr r Hearst and the thecontemptuousness thloontemptUOtISJMIIIi1 thecontemptuousness
contemptuousness with which his rag suggested IUgested raggeoted < ¬
gested friendly alliance has been met he heought heo heought
ought o hl to be at least lea t more careful of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company to which he consigns his party partyA PartyA arty artyA
A few shoulder blows 1 lows in resentment of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Hearst flings lft 5 and a selfrespecting de defense de deffttN tIetense ¬
tense of his partys integrity lut rltJ and claims claimsuppn ebthnsup claimsupon
upon up n public confidence would go a good goodway ooda goodway
way a just now no in helping cn that harmony harmonywhich harJMo8tywhich harmonywhich
which It Mr Ir Bryan Is to be the leader leaderugain 1eadrpin leaderagain
again pin will be needed We take no stock in inthe Inthe inthe
the suggestion augg tlon that Mr r Bryans meekness meeknessis
is I due to financial obligations to Mr MrHearst MrHearat Ir IrHeart
Hearst but we are sure that Mr rr Bryan Is Isunder isunder
under great moral and personal perlO lll obliga obligations obligations ¬
tions to the Democratic party partyHlKh part partIIIJh party111gb
HlKh Telegraph Telc rnph Tolls TollsFrew TolbF TollsFins
Fins F UM ChfaHB Tribwe TribweThe TriIIIIMThe TribeneThe
The natural consequences of the extor extortionate odortlonate extortionate ¬
tionate charges now made by b the com companies cornpanics ¬
panics p nlers will be first a falling off in bus business busneN bustnose ¬
ness and second an act of Congress reg regulating regulAting ragulating ¬
ulating the rates of the companies and andreducing andreducing andreducing
reducing reducing them to a point below Jo that thatwhich thatwhieh thatwhich
which they were at the beginning of the theyear theyear theyear
year That would be Just t for the com companies eomplnles cornpenieg ¬
panies can afford to do business bu lnca for much muchless muchless
less than the rates which they the are now nowcharging noweharging nowcharging
charging Their capital stock is enor enormously coo enofMUfly cooinanely ¬
inanely inflated They The do not represent representthe representthe representthe
the hundred millions of dollars at which whichtheir whichtheir whichtheir
their stock is valued lued in any al present value valueWhatever valuetVitatever Iue IueWhatever
Whatever their plants may have cost costthey costthe costthey
they the have depreciated depreciatedScientific depreciatedScientific depreciatedSciestlifle
Scientific Agriculture AgricultureMM
Fn MM the be Reed City 111aa1 Mine Chess CterionA ChessA briaLA
A farmer has mado a discovery dl covery that thatwill tbAtwl11 thatwill
will be of vast importance to farmers farmersduring Carm farmersduring rs rsduring
during a dry season He has found that thatby thatby
by planting onions and potatoes in the thesame thesame thesame
same field In alternate rows the onions onionsbeing onionsbelnlJ onionsbeing
being so strong bring tears to the eyes es of oftho oCtho ofthe
tho potatoes in such volumes that the theroots th throots theroots
roots of the vines lnfS are kept moist and a abig 0big abig
big crop is raised in spite of the drought droughtIt droughtIt
It is time to commence putting out your youronion 3oouronion youronion
onion sets now nowXo nowXo nowNo
Xo Substitution SubstitutionPMm SobdltntlonFrem Substitutionl5reert
PMm the Otteaco r him hdeate ItwortHeraW ItwortHeraWaito lltellnlUnJd1tiv I1eernillsesldItills
aito Erin Ham has informed Druggist Bull Bullthat Bullthat Bullthat
that she positively refuses to be satisfied satisfiedwith satisfiedwith satisfiedwith
with something just as good goodNo goodvo
No 0 Use Kicking KickingFront 1ilclduS1rom Kickingl5rea
Front tkc t c Chretoftd lusts Dealer DealerUp D DUp PeelerUp
Up to the present time no Irate citizen citizenhas clU citizenhas = n nlias
has written to ask sk why the open cars are arenot arenot arenot
not properly warmed
On Dccnratlon Day DnyAt Dn DnAt DayAt
At Indianapolis ilay 1la lay 30 the President Presidentwill PrMldentwl1l Presidentwill
will deliver w what hat hat is expected to be his Ijlamost 11e 11emo hismoSt
most mo t important and significant speech of ofthe orthe ofthe
the year It is given out tentatively that thathe thathe thathe
he will utilize the opportunity to an announce announce nnnounce ¬
nounce his matured attitude toward the thegrowing thegrowing thegrowing
growing anticorporation antlc anti rporatlon movement movementWhile moementWhile movementWhile
While reiterating firmly his wellknown wellknownposition wellknownpoeltton wellknownposition
position on the phases of the subject subjectwith subjectwith subjectwith
with which he has ba dealt in his messages messagesto
to Congress CoR rese and in other ways as it Is lasold IsIBid islaid
sold that he will specialize to the extent extentof ectentoftlt1lnlng extentof
of oftlt1lnlng Waning more accurately than ho has hasthus halthus hasthus
thus far done iha Th h8 difference dlflcren between him himself hlmselr himself ¬
self and certain Republican governors governorsand Joernorsand governorsand
and others ot rll on the question of legislation legislationaffecting legislationattetln legislationaffecting
affecting attetln public utilities It Is believed believedthat believedtbat believedthat
that he will particularize pArtlc tlallze as to the La LaPolleUe JAPoIu LaFoliette
PolleUe proposition for a valuation of ofrailroad orrailroad ofrailroad
railroad property and also o as to some of ofthe orUte ofthe
the more IMr radical features of Gov GO Hughes Hughespublic Hughespublic hughespublic
public utilities bill in New York It is isunderstood Is1IJIderatn isunderstood
understood d that he will let It be known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that while 1hU he Is not opposed to the gen genera geftI geeera ¬
era principles prln lpl involved in tho valuation valuationproposition valuationtOpoIIltlon valuationproposition
proposition he will argue for a valuation valuationthat valul valuationthat lon lonthat
that would in no way wa Injuriously affect affectpresent arcectpresent affectpresent
present railroad securities urltles Should ho do dothis doUMs dotitle
this he would not only on take sharp Issue Issuewith lHuewith IssueWILlS
with Senator La FoUetto but also a Jl with withGov wltllGov with0ev
Gov Hughes and thus mark out the lines linesof Jinesof linesof
of the campaign for the Presidential nom nomination nomlllalion nornmallen ¬
ination to a considerable extent Follow Following FollowID Followlag ¬
lag ID closely upon the Presidents lrask1enl enuncia enunciations enunciations enunciations ¬
tions along this line Secretary Steretar Taft will willit willIt willit
it is stated take up the subjects In the thasame Utame thesame
same me way when he starts start on his swing swingaround IIwlRIaround awingaround
around the circle first t in the Southwest Southwestand SouthweetaJld Southwestsad
and then in the Northwest It is I known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that some of the great gre t financial interests interestsm
m Ia New York are manifesting unusual unusualconcern unusnlrn unusualconcern
concern rn over the speech to be made at atIndiana atIndiana atIndianapolis
Indiana Indianapolis polls pol
Mrs McKinley Jlcllnlc and Her Iluslmiul IluslmiulNo Jlu1mutlNo hluslnndNo
No man In the public life of this th gen generation ceneratton geeertstlon ¬
eration of Americans was so marked in inhis Inhis Inhis
his attentions to his wife iCe as was Presi President Prldeal President ¬
dent McKinley His helpmate was an in invalid Invalid invalid ¬
valid during most of their married life lifeand lifeand lifeand
and this th circumstance plainly accentuated accentuatedtbe aceentuatlMlu accentuatedthe
the tenderness of the husband lIe never nevermade nevermade nevermade
made a long trip without being < scoots accompanied aceompaaMd scootspanieti ¬
panied by b her and he watched over her herconstantly herCOIIItanU herconstantly
constantly with an affectionate tteeUoMt solicitude solicitudethat solkltudethat solicitudethat
that was as genuine as it was touching touchingWhen touehlDfhen touchingWhen
When hen traveling in a private car Mrs MrsMcKJnley IralicItDIe MrsMcXinle
McXinle McKJnley took advantage of every oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to have her Illustrious husband ex exclusively exetvely cxelusively ¬
elusively to herself and seemed perfect perfectly pereetI perfectly ¬
ly I happy only when he was 1 holding her herhand berband herband
band caressing her brow bro or manifesting manifestingother manlCeetingotbft manifestingOther
other evidences IT of his abiding love Iov As Astenderly ABtflI Astenderly
tenderly tflI a as a mother with her first rlt born bornMr born bornMr bornidr
Mr McKlnley always treated his wife wifeand wifeand ite iteand
and so wholly did she lean upon his hislove h hJoye hislove
love that when the anarchists bullet bulletiald bti1ktIaJd bUlletlaid
laid the President low at Buffalo it was wasthe Willithe wasthe
the general eral belief of those who knew bow bowmuch 110 110much howmuch
much she he depended niwirhim 1tVOlt him that she shei aM100ft shesoon
soon i would follow him to the great be beyond beJOIId beyond ¬
yond Never a day r passed at Canton since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the husbands remains were interred there thereamid tbneamid thereamid
amid the pomp and circumstance of the theworlds theworldl theworlds
worlds homage that the widow Idow did not notseek nolk notseek
seek k his tomb and lay la upon it flowers flowersmoistened ftowersJIIOIstenect flowersmoistened
moistened and hallowed by the tears of ofh ofher ofher
h her r cruel afflict mletlon ton The McKinley regime regimein
in Washington was U not a brilliant social socialsuccess octalalthoulh socialsuccess
success although the formal functions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the White House were kept up during the theoccupancy th thoeeupancy theoccupancy
occupancy of that impressive Imp lyp old mansion mansionby malonby mansionby
by the McKlnleys MeKlnl Mrs McKinleys cKlnles health healthforbade Meithforbade healthforbade
forbade her pat Ucipettton in the usual way wayin wayla wayin
in White House social events though she shemanaged abemanaged he hemanaled
managed to he by her husbands side at atthe althe atthe
the treat public receptions of the winter winterA winterMUOII wintermoses
moses MUOIIIolhloul mosesA
A Political Attack Ilxiiccicd IlxiiccicdReports U1f1cctcllta ICxieclcdReports
Reports ta have reached Washington that thata
a vigorous attack is I soon to be made on onsome ODJOllie onsome
some Republican Presidential possibility possibilityother posslislityother bllIl bllIlotber
other than Secretary Taft m hi the form formof formof
of charges that he bears the corporation corporationtag corporaUontq corporationtag
tag and is the candidate of the trusts trustsRepublicans uutsRepublic trustsRepublicans
Republicans Republic who have ba C heard the story storysay Itorthat storymy
say that the charges if they are submit submitted submitted submitted ¬
ted will emanate from Democratic Democraticsources DemocraticlOureeI Democraticsources
sources and have for or their purpose the thecreation tbeCftatIoo thecreation
creation of dissensions in the Republican Republicanranks Republicara Republicanrealm
ranks ra Just who is to be singled out is isnot IaDOt isnot
not known It may be either elth r Vice Ice Presi President Fratcleat President ¬
dent Fairbanks Representative Cannon Cannonor
or Senator Knox It fa known that a aprominent aJWOIftlllent aprominent
prominent weekly w l publication is preparing preparingto
to start rt a crusade against the Vice Presi President Prdenl President ¬
dent denl and this circumstance leads those thosewho thoeewbo thosewho
who have heard the other story sto to believe believethat Mllevedlat believethat
that the movement which w lch they are ex expecting expectfq cxpeeling ¬
peeling win be directed against either eitherUM eltbuthe eitherthe
the Illinoisan or the Pennsylvanian PennsylvantanFriends Pennylvanlanl1ie PennsylvanianFriendS
Friends l1ie of Secretary Taft in general and andof an4lol andof
of course COUIM President Ic Roosevelt and the theSecretary tbeIe thenecretary
Secretary Ie lry himself are absolved from any anyconnection an ancoanecUon Snconnection
connection whatever with ith tbe prospective prospectiveattempt proepecthealt proapectlveattempt
attempt alt mpt to brand some one presumably presumablytbe presumablythe presumablythe
the opponent of Mr Taft who is sup supposed supposed ¬
posed poeed to be strongest Hrona with the trust mark
Even ven It the President Pr were not Incapable Incapableof Ineapab1or
of participating in such a movement movementthose mov movementthose lnt lntthoee
those who have heard the report say saysuch saysuch y yuch
such participation would be wholly boUy In Incompatible Incompatible hacompatible ¬
compatible with lth his recent t action in giv giving gt gtIng girlag ¬
ing clean bills of health politically speak speaking speaklag peakIn ¬
lag In to both Senator Knox and Uncle Joe JoeFriends JoFrlen JoeFriends
Friends Frlen of beth these gentlemen and of ofVice ofVice ofVice
Vice President P cknt Fairbanks are preparing preparingto pariR pariRto <
to deal with 1tb any an hostile demonstration demonstrationwhich demon demonstrationwhich tmtlon tmtlonbleh
which bleh may develop The understanding understandingis understandlnIII
is that the charges against a alnat whoever is isselected 15lectet1 isselected
selected lectet1 for attack will 1n lie based on an analleged analle analleged
alleged alle < 1d meeting of trust magnates held heldin hlldIn heldIn
in New lW York for the purpose of agreeing agreeingon agr ln lnon
on whom to support for the nomination nominationnext nominationfct nominationnext
next year rearJlr yearMr f fMr
Mr TnHi Tnf Double DoubleAt Dnublct DoubleAt
At t least st in rear elevation so to speak speakSecretary sp speakSecretary k kSeeretar
Secretary Seeretar Taft has a double right here in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington in the person of Capt CaptGeorge Captrc CaptGeorge
George rc Uhler the veteran Supervising In Inspector Inpeclor Inspector ¬
spector General of the t Steamboat Inspec Inspection Inepactlon In pec pectints ¬
tints Service Capt Uhler Is built on the thesame thesame thesame
same general plans and specifications specificationswhich specificationswhich pecUlcaUonswhkh
which resulted in Secretary Tafts archi architectural archltecluJllI architectural ¬
tectural design de lsn is about the same height heighthas heighthas heighthas
has the same breadth and when hen walking walkingIn
In front of the average person is fre frequently fre frequenU frequently ¬
quently quenU mistaken for the War Minister MinisterThere MlnlstetThere MinisterThere
There used to be a journalist in this town townwho townwho townwho
who not infrequently was mistaken for forthe forthe forthe
the Secretary cretnr by b the messengers In th the thpdim thedimly s sdimly
dimly dim lighted corridors of the War De Department Department Deprtment ¬
partment and was accordingly given givenmany glnnmau givenmany
many mau a tine military mi1ltar salute and other evi evidence evidence evideuce ¬
dence of distinguished consideration on onthe onth onthe
the th part of the saluters but that person personhas personhas personhas
has reduced his girth and stature general generally generally generally ¬
ly within the past six months until now nowwhen nowwhen nowwhen
when he strides strld through the aforemen aforementioned aforemntloned aforementinned ¬
tinned corridors he receives nothing but buta buta
a haughty stare from the messengers But Butnot Dutnot Butnot
not so Capt Uhler for even yet et the War WarDepartment WarDepartment YarDepartment
Department messengers mefJt ensors take him for the theSecretary theSecretr theSecretary
Secretary when they the get t a glimpse gUm pee of ofonly ofonl1 ofonly
only the captains back In the corridors corridorsXothinK corridorsothln corridorsNothing
Nothing othln Like It in the World WorldPercy WorllPercy orllt orlltPercy
Percy A Rockefeller son of William Williamand Williamand VllUamand
and nephew of John D is building a acountry acountry
country home In Connecticut Connect ut that Is ab absolutely sbgoluteb absolutel ¬
solutely solutel unique and the like of which is isunknown isunknown
unknown in tlte world Perhaps the most mostextraordinary moltextraordinary mostextraordinary
extraordinary feature of It Is a confined confinedair confinedair
air space sp ce in the walls forming rmlng a noncon nonconductor noneonductor
I ductor of Uaat cold or moisture The Theair Theair Theair
air space it IB said will make the house houseI housewarmer
I warmer in in winter cooler In summer and anddryer anddryer
I dryer all the year ear around aroun than any an othir othirmans oth othrmens r rmans
mans home rich or poor It is stated statedthat atatethat statedthat
that if all the windows and doors doo were wereclosed wueclosed wereclosed
closed on a hot summer ummer day dR air being in introduced introduCed Introilitced ¬
troduced only through the basement the thetemperature tbetemperature thetemperature
temperature would be from 16 to 29 ds dsgrees t1 t1Irees tIegrees
grees lower in the house than without withoutThe wltMuLThe withoutThe
The cost of the bare house will exceed exceedmlUlon a amillion amillion
million and tho landscape design will add addanother u soldanotherinilllon d danother
another anotherinilllon Tnllllon or two to the total cost of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the estate
It there Is one quality quam more than an anothor another another
other necessary n r to a hopeful optlmlstlo optlmlstloand optlmlstloand optimlstioand
and successful life It it is the quality of ofpatience ofpatience ofpatience
patience which we e as Americans pos posset posII posscm ¬
set II scm In the very err smallest small t degree That Thatold Thatold Thatold
old bugbear from the Declaration of In Independence Independence Independence ¬
dependence about the equality of man is ilrC4iP9nelble teresponsible isresponsible
responsible to a certain degree doubtless doubtlessfor doubUMsCor doubtlessfor
for while every American Is taught that thatIt thatIt thatit
It Is possible for him to become b ome Pre President Freddent i ident ¬
dent dent it IB early in life that it seems more moredesirable morede moredesirable
de desirable lrable to the American an youth to be becomo becomo become
como a millionaire And the great trou trouble trouble troUble ¬
ble is that we e all want to get there in a asingle aIIlnsle asingle
single bound We Ye are all leaping at once onceand onceand Onceand
and scarce any AD one of o us is content to toplod t9 t9plOd tOplod
plod along al ng the safe and patient way waysteadily wayateadlly waysteadily
steadily to an appointed goal The hard harder harder harder ¬
er wo leap le p th the more severe the fall of ofcourse otcourae ofcourse
course and andLKe andU1dIICIo andLike
Like U1dIICIo kings we e Jose the ti cxmqanU pfed Mire MireB beforeHi
B Hi rain MMtfan lUll to nibs them taste MWCIt tasteIt N NIt
It is the t man who ho attain attains results that thathas tbathu thathas
has the right to be optimistic and it is iswell Iswell Iswell
well to remember that th the greatest re results relulU is issuits ¬
lulU in lift are usually uauaJl attained by b atm simple atmpie Im Impie ¬
pie means We e cannot live on the heights heightsalways befshtsalIIY heightsalways
always and it is well to know that the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common life of every day with its cares caresnecessities caresneeNIIllles caresnecessities
necessities and duties affords fine oppor opportunity opportunlt opportunity ¬
tunity tunlt for acquiring experience of the thebest thebest thebest
best kind the beaten path though it is isso isso
so often despised provides the true work worker workr worker ¬
er r with ith abundant scope for the effort and androom androom androom
room for selfimprovement selfimprovementFortunes seleImprovementFortunes geifitnprovementFortunes
Fortunes have been made by specula speculation speculatlGn speculatlon ¬
tion by lucky strikes in mines by letter lotteries Iotterlei letterlea ¬
lei by gambling gamb gamblingfortunes fortunes made in a mo moment momentand momeatand ¬
ment mentand and the great reat tendency of too toomany toomany toomany
many of uc u is to hope that the Midas MWaeHghtnlng Midaslightning 11dH 11dHlightning
lightning will some day da atrike us We Wedont Wedont Wedont
dont quite see how it 16 1 s going to do It Itor Itor it itor
or where it is coming from but others othersDually olhersAfIwdl othersqually
Dually as a undeserving unde have had that thatsort thatJIOIt thatsort
sort of luck IT ck so why should not we That Thatis ThatIs Thatis
is the sort of optimism of a Dick Swivel Swivellerthe Swlvellerthe SwivelIcrthe
lerthe wrong roag kind It has often ottensaid been beensaid beensaid
said that fortune or tune like love is blind bllndj but butshe butshe butshe
she Is not so blind as are the men who whodeliberately whodlIblrately whodeliberately
deliberately shut their th lr eyes to the prac practical practkal pesotical ¬
tical side of life and nd do not not or wilt not notsee nol nolsee notsee
see that fortune Cort is on the side of the in industrious Indu induatrious ¬
dustrious du trloUl Genius of course must be ink taken LaktD inken ¬
en into account a nt but true genius does not notdisdain notladaht notdisdain
disdain ladaht to take advantage of the qualities qualitiesof
of f common sense attention att attetion tlon perseverance perseveranceapplication perseveranceapplication verance veranceapplie
application applie tlon and above all all patience patienceArmed patleneeArmed patienceArmed
Armed with patience a man is bound to tocarry toCArry tocarry
carry a cheerful and healthy optimism optimismthrough optimismtbrough optimismthrough
through life Like Macbeth he may m say saywhen MYwhen saywhen
when troubles assail 11 him himCome him himeee himcase
Come what camt nay nayTisK myTiese
TisK tad the hour nu tisesak threes the resgamt resgamtToday g gToday
Today Toda is i dull there Is tomorrow wait waitIng walthiC waiting
Ing Illness proves a clog health will rei reiturn return cc ccturn
turn Poverty Povert is a drawback diligence diligenceand diligenceand
and industry will remedy remed that defect defectbut deftetbtlt defectbet
but always patience p Uenee patience patience patienceVh patl patlt patiencewhat
what Vh t CMMMt ra to interred whets forties f rUlal takes takesPMfenee talMslatJtIa takesIatlmte
PMfenee iter tojorr a aTIM Mockery esy mtkm mtkmThe kea keaIke
The raIIed ed that MOM ttttk ansMtntag g frost fsu the themet tilttJ lbsthief
met metHe rlie thieflie
lie cola hhnattf that spend a hertim beoIeMTo grief griefTo tripeTo
To bring oneself to think thus Is I to show showthe ehlJ ehlJthe showthe
the possession n of true genius Voltaire Voltairerecognized VoltairereeagnlHd Voltairerecognized
recognized that the MM 1M separating the themaa theIM1 theman
man of genius from he of ordinary ordinal mold naoMwas moldvery moldWa
was Wa v very ry thin John Foster thought that thatgenius thatlIenlua thatgenius
genius was th the power of lighting ones onesown OMSown onesown
own lira Buff Button on said of genius enJus It Is pa patience patlence patience ¬
tience If the power wwer er and the capacity capacityof
of taking palps were developed e IOPed In all of ofus orUti ofus
us It might w well ll ll b be that the remark of ofthe orthe ofthe
the stolid Englishman Engllllhman would OUld not be so sostupM sotuDH sostupid
stupid after atl < all allbe he who on the death of ofCanova orCanova ofCaness
Canova Inquired Inqul of Canovas brother brotherwhether bIotbrwltdher brotherwhether
whether it was his h Intention to carry on onthe 6tttbe onthe
the business businessSo bDtASo businessSo
So what we need much is the quality of ofleolng oCIntr ofgoing
going Intr slow 110 but sure De Matetre said saidTo saidTo
To 0 know how hO to wait is i the great secret secretof aecretor secretof
of success ucce An Italian proverb runs runsChe ruuChe rimsCite
Che va piano va tongano no e va VSWho toatano toatanoWho
Who goes slowly 1 goes long ana An goes goesfar goesfar
far All that remains Is to go cheerfully cheerfullywith ebe cheerfullywith < CuU CuUwith
with hearts full of hope and of high de determination fttttrmlnaUOft 4 4termination ¬
termination One may ma stop teIJ to do an act actof aetoC actof
of kindliness to do charity to be helpful helpfulto h lPul lPulto
to others if one will 111 only onJ travel life Uteroad a aroad aroad
road along the beaten path th toward the thesure t tre thesOre
sure re goal I at the end endWHAT eadWHAT endWHAT
Legal Lc nl Points Raised liT Decision In Inthe Intbc inuse
the XCTT Xc York orl Gns Case CniteItaa Casel5tues
Itaa 1 the New York World WorUThat worWThat WorldThat
That the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates rnltedStates UnitedStates
States will ill sustain Referee Mastens legal legalproposition legalpropoe1Uon legalproposition
proposition in the 80cent gas s case is very verydoubtful v verydoubtful ry rydoubtful
doubtful Baldly Baldi expressed he decides decidesthat detidNthat decidesthat
that a public franchise becomes private privateproperty pr1vaUproperty privateproperty
property when in the possession of a acorporation acorporation acorporation
corporation and that the value I of the thecapitalised thecapltaUaect thecapitalized
capitalized profits cannot be diminished diminishedby
by the legislature hgi lature In h other woroe words that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the people once having granted a fran franchise Cranch franche ¬
chise ch are thereafter helpless to protect protectthemselves protectthemeI protectthemselies
themselves themeI ef5 from extortion once that ex extortion cctortlon oxtortion ¬
tortion is capitalised capitalisedThis capitaliMThIs capitahleedThis
This legal conclusion rests on th the
premises preml es that a franchise is an irrevocable irrevocablegrant IrrevoeableIr8nt irrevocablegrant
grant and that as soon as created It be becomes be becomes becomes ¬
comes private property propert like a house or ormachinery frmacblnery ormachinery
machinery or a pair of shoes shoesNeither shoe1elther shoesNeither
Neither of these propositions find finds ndti sus sustenance sustfnance asiatenance ¬
tenance or support in the decisions decl Ons of the thehighest tbehlrhnt thehighest
highest courts courtsA courUA courtsA
A franchise is a possession PORe OO not tangible tangibleproperty taDglbleproperty tangibleproperty
property It is no more property prop4rt in the thesense thctentl thesense
sense that a gas tank is I property pro Tt than th thIs
is the penal code cocJ or the th civil code or any anyother anyother anyother
other act of the legislature legislatureGas legislatureGas Iature IatureGIUJ
Gas is property so are gas machinery machinerygas maehlner maehlnergas
gas tanks gas mains and gas fixtures fixturesThe fbctureaThe fixturesThe
The right to transport gas by a horse and andwagon aDtJwagon anjwagon
wagon is I not private property propert Neither Neitheris
is the right to transport trll sport gas in pipes pipesunder plptSunder pipesunder
under the public streets private property proper properThe
The distinction between a franchise and anda
a license Ik Is this It is essential to the thecharacter theeharacttr thecharacter
character of a franchise that it should shouldbe shouldbe
be a grant from the sovereign authority
Obviously Obvlousl a grant of sovereign power powercannot p pdwer pdwercannot wer wereaJUlot
cannot be irrevocably Irrfoc blr made m de to a corpora corporation corporation corporatiots ¬
tion unless the sovereignty of a State its itsdivisible lISdh1slble isdivisible
divisible If a franchise grant is not rev revocable revOable revocabie ¬
ocable the people can divest themselves themselvesof
of their sovereignty and the moment that thatany thatan thatany
any an people has divested Itself lt elC of soy sovereignty IOVe soyerelguty ¬
ereignty e Ignt either in whole or in part rt that thatpeople thltJItOple thztpeople
people ceases Cf to be free and independent independentto
to the extent fiat its sovereignty sO Jrelgntr < has been beenparted beenparted beenparted
parted with withEnforcement withEnforcement withHnforcenienj
Enforcement the Important Matter MatterI JfnttlrFroa MatterFrees
I From the Brooklyn Uagfe UagfeThe Gag GagThe HaglaThe
The victory Ictot won by b the th governor at Al Albany Albany Albatty
bany is more than personal It Is public publicbut publicbut publicbut
but fruits remain to be gathered The TheInsurance TheInsurance Theinsurance
Insurance laws of the State are all right rightHad rhhtHAd rightHad
Had they th been enforced with Intelligence Intelligenceand Intelllgemeftlld intelligencesend
and some sense sen e of official obligation the theshores tbeI theshores
shores would not have been strewn with withwrecks withwrecks withwrecks
wrecks Law Is one thing enforcement enforcementanother enCorcementanother enforcementanother
I another The public < utilities bill trans translated translated transhated ¬
lated into law la is an epochal enactmeht enactmehtIn enactmehtIn
In the hands of the commissioners who whoare whoarl3 whoarts
are sluggish or Indifferent or Incompe Incompetent Incompetent incompetent ¬
tent It will prove to be a boomerang boomerangIn
In the hands of men who are not easily easilyhoodwiikcl eA511 eA511hoodwh easilyhoodwitkcl
hoodwiikcl hoodwh kd who have courage and andenergy andenr andenergy
energy enr and determination who can dis distinguish dllltlngul511 distinguish ¬
I tinguish between tween the use of power and andthe andthe andthe
the abuse thereof results will accrue accrueHandy accruelImitl accruehlasuly
Handy lImitl vrltlt the 1ls Bat BatFrom DntFrom BatFrom
i From the Kansas CUr Jeered JooraalGranting JOIIrDIJGranting JeeredGranting
Granting Mr Ir Roosevelt free ree admission admissionto
to all the professional profce lonal baseball games gamesplayed gametJplnJed gamespkssd
I played in the United States Is a flatter flatterIng flatterIng flattering
Ing testimonial to the quality of the t e Pres Presidents PresIdents Prosidents ¬
idents stick work workOnr workOnr workOur
Onr Common Lot LotI J ot
1 MTft IMmId a deer r eRe eReI pushI
I new tried a garden i pM pMBat 1e 1eBet t tDot
Dot what t cons harts mr ret befell befellSane befellSoMe befellSom
Sane thicken all 11 ray garden got gotI gotI
I 1IIfftr e cr sauntered to the store storeAmi HellA1IIi sliceAM
Ami rocrnl the dry goeda counters ranged rangedBat ragedBit rangedBat
Bat what the thtags I bought bou aj die wttrHad dieUad wileHad
Had to be taken back and cheered chesedBaltimore cMlIfIIDalUmorc cheeredPaltIniore
Baltimore Sun
Having no selfish motive and an wit w1tLon w1tLonaD witToitany oat oatany
any ax to grind I declare my emphat emphatbelief emph1tbelloC emphatobelief
belief that the people of this country counts ttll ttllinsist 11 11Iftldst ll llinsist
insist on the nomination of Presi4 Pres Prgi4t Prgi4tflOQevelt 1rt 1rtROOHelt < U URoosevelt
Roosevelt in IMS 1108 hIO and furthermore try tVywill t trywill r rwl11
will not be thwarted In their purpose > to toreelect tJreelect t treelect
reelect him said Col W V H Parker ParkrRepresentative ParkrrReprcaen ParkerRepresentative
Representative Reprcaen itlve in Congress from South SouthDakota 80lt11Dakota SouthDkuta
Dakota at the BbWtt House HooceYou HOUleYou HouseYou
You cant put that too strong for that thatis thatIa thatIs
is Just what the American people are go goIng goJog golug
Jog to do it matters not what bat the Presi President Pretlident Preaident ¬
dent himself may think or do The voters votersof yotrrsor yotersof
of this nation want lUIt Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltfor oo ewltf
for f f r another term and they the are going tj tjhave bhave t thave
have him No man is strong enough to tooverride taOverrhle toOverride
override the will 111 of the people Thin Thingreat ThIllrt Thisgreat
great rt popular movement mc ement in his favor is issomething IsHmelhJng Issomething
something the like of which has never neverbeen neerhoen neverbeen
been seen in this Ut republic and it will willprove willprove 111 111proe
prove Irresistible There Is soon talk of cfother ofother ofother
other candidatesSecretary C8ndldatli retar Taft for in instance Instance instance ¬
stance As regards Mr Taft I have havenaught ha havenaught 9 9naught
naught but the highest regard He is an anable anable anable
able man a most excellent man man and his hisrecord hi hirecord hisrecord
record Is magnificent but the plain truth truthis trutnI truthis
I is that the country isnt giving to him a aserious aaerlo1lll aserious
serious thought as a a Presidential Pre ldenUal quan quanUtynot quantitynot quanUtynot
Utynot in Ills I am willing flUng to predict predictthat predictthat predictthat
that Mr Tafts name wont go before the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention and neither will that of Mr MrFairbanks MrFairbanks tr trFairbanks
Fairbanks Mr Knox Mr Root Mr MrHughes 11rlIug MrHughes
Hughes lIug or any of the rest who have bav had hadcomplimentary badcomplimentary hadcomplimentary
complimentary mention Only one nam namwill Jlmwill namwill
will be spoken and a pretty nearly unan unanimous unanlmou unanlinGua ¬
linGua country will do the rest restOne restOne restOne
One of the famous famo men of England and anda anoa 15 15a
a leader of tb the Captains of Industry in inGreat InGreat inCrest
Great Britain is Hon R R W Perks mem member memMr memher ¬
her of Parliament for North Lincolnshire Lincolnshirewho IAncoInahircwho Lhscolnshirowho
who is at t the New Wllterd WI ard accompanied accompaniedby d dbT
by his wife iCe son and two daughters aten Mr MrPerks MrPerka MrPerks
Perks started life as a a railway ralIwa lawyer lawyerand Ja lawyerand yer yerand
and later became a leading Jeedl contractor contractorIn
In partnership with T A Walker he hebuilt hebuilt hebuilt
built the Manchester ship canal canal the har harbor harbor barher ¬
bor works at Buenos Ayres which c st stS300000W stawl t tS
S OGOO S300000W and is now constructing tlie tlieharbor ti tiharbor th thharbor
harbor improvements at Rio Janeiro f for forthe fthe > r rthe
the Brazilian government A Mat of the theenterprises tileenterprles tneenterprises
enterprises with 1th whten he has been asso associated 8CSoelated ass asselated ¬
elated would oulfJ All a column In the field rf rfpolitics rrpolitiC cfpolitics
politics his activity has been equally con conspicuous conapitUOUL conspleunus ¬
spicuous He has be been n a member of ofIlouee ti tiHouse t tHOUH
House of Commons for almost twenty twentyyears bfnt bfnteIU11 twentyears
years eIU11 and is chairman of the Us 80 noncou noncouformist aonronformiat noncouformist
formist members m In that body who ar arseeking arseeking r reeklng
seeking disestablishment dl e tabUsblMDt and the placing placingof
of o all religions rel ona on a plane of absolute absoluteequality abeoluteUty absoluteequality
equality Uty by the government governmentMr Vfl1lUDe t toIr
Mr Perks is himself blm el a Methodist arI arIthe adth aiithe
the th foremost layman of that faith in inEngland n nEngland nEngland
England He originated the Idea of raising raisingfor nIin nIinfor TRiCiflfot
for church purposes a fund of I50 511011 511011by 5tits 5titsby j jby
by subscriptions of one o guinea from eaoti eaoticontributing padlcontributing sac ti ticontributing
contributing Methodist So well did the theplan th thplan treplan
plan work out that Instead of the thewanted s > II IIOOIJ
001 wanted W1 the fund raised amounted to toJSWJOCOO toaOjJft toattldto
JSWJOCOO or four tines what was con contemplated Ontlllplated contemplate ¬
template forming a huge nucleus for forcharitable forcbaritable forcharitable
charitable and educational purposes purposesSpeaking purposesSpeaking eaSpeaking
Speaking of British Brltl h politics the visitor visitorsaid Tlsltorsaid visitorsaid
said that he did not believe the present presentUberal presentJlbPral presentLiberal
Liberal ministry would remain much muchlonger muJloaS irueiilonger
longer loaS in power because e of the lack of ofcohesion oCcohe ofcohesion
cohesion cohe among the different groups con constituting conII constituting
stituting II tut1n the Liberal party It was com composed cornposed 011 011poIMd
posed of imperialists Im J1alls and antlfmperialiJts antlfmperialiJtsor antl m a1it a1itor
or Little Rnglanders EDgland n free traders an an1 an1proteeUolt aniprotectlodsts 3 3protectionists
protectionists proteeUolt tll homerulers who went wentthe ent f ftbe tthe < >
the extreme of o absolute secession of Ir Irland Ire ITPland Ireland
land and those who bo would never consent consentto contt consentto > rt rtto
to a separate parliament ra ht Dublin and ar4the ar1tb andthe
the tb Labor members who were wer themselvfs themselvfsdivided tbem themseividivided lns lnsdivided
divided as to Important questions oas of gov government go goernment government ¬
ernment ernmentThere ernmentThere
There Is I a gentleman stopping at the theShoreham the5bohant theShoreham
Shoreham whose w vast fund of Informa Information informat informaties ¬
ties t on about Chin China ChInsand and its people is ball baseJon ballon hassion
on twenty years y n residence in that coun country OUTtIT country ¬
try during du which he has occupied po potions pottou poe poetions
tions of high h honor and importance Th Thgentleman ThMr Th14 Th14gentleman
gentleman Mr John C C Ferguson is iscounselor ismun iscounselor
counselor mun elor to two powerful JM elful vteeroys Tuan TuanFang TU3UPans TuanFang
Fang of Snaking and Chang ChibTung ChibTungviceroy CtdbTungviceroy ChibTungviceroy
viceroy at Wuchang Wueba the former govern governing ptmtag goverrlag ¬
tag three provinces with ith a total of SW0 SW0population 500101popalaUon 54k 54kpopulation
population and the latter ruling run over O r two twoprovinces toprovJDCefj twcsvincee
provinces vincee and 11000000 12 iton people Before tale taking taltin5 taletag ¬
tag his present position Mr Ferguson n for forfifteen forftttftn forfifteen
fifteen years was connected with the theleading tiHlNdIag theleading
leading universities of the Chinese empire empireHe empireHe emplrHe >
He is one of the comparatively few men menof m menof n nof
of white blte blood who can both speak an and andrlte andwrite < 3 3write
write rlte the language laa5ua of the Celestials with withscholarly withleholari withscholarly
scholarly leholari accuracy accuracyIn Aeeurat AeeuratIn accuracyIn
In conversation with 1tb a Herald reporter reporterMr reporterXr reporterMc
Mr Ferguson said The famine which whichhas whichhas h1cil h1cilbas
has distressed d millions or natives tlfJII In the theprovince thepnn1nee theprovince
province of Klangsu to the northwest of ofShanghai oCShRaghai ofShanghai
Shanghai and just east of the Grand GrandCanal Gran GranCanal GrandCanal
Canal is not yet ended but a great del deilof dalof delof
of the suffering has been relieved by th thcharity theharity tbcharity
charity of bighearted Americans Tw Twthirds TWIthlM Twthirds
thirds of ail the relief money coming eo from fromforeign Cromtorel8n fromforeign
foreign lands was as frcn f U the United Unit States StatesThe StateTIM StatesThe
The pictures cturet of the ravages ra of the famine famineprinted famineprlntfd famineprinted
printed in the newspapers wspapers were no exag exaggeration fxagraUon exaggeration ¬
geration raUon The Th selling mnl of the little chil children cliiidreis hU hUdren ¬
dren by the parents made desperate de by byhunger bybUlIfr byhunger
hunger happened ha ned in thousands of cases casesand casesand a s sand
and thousands actually died of starvation
The famine was brought on by the tI ov Opr Oprjlow nrrflow < > r rliow
flow of the rice lands by the waters of ofthe nfthe ofthe
the Grand Canal and from the old bed of ofthe o othe othe
the Yellow Yello River RiverOne RhffOne RiverOne
One good result of the charitable deeds deedsof d deedsof s sof
of Americans is the effect It has on the theChinese theChlne theChinese
Chinese e of the class ela not touched by the thefamine thefamlnf thefamine
famine Many of these have to do with withth withthe lth ltht
th t the distribution dl rlbuUon of the money and sup supplies tu tupitH supplies ¬
plies and It so O happens that many ma who whohandle whohandle whohandle
handle American Am rtean contributions were wereprominent Wf wereprominent > r rprominent
prominent in the movement to boycott all nilmerchandise allmerchandiM allmerchandise
merchandise that bore the Yankee Yank brand brandXow brandXo brandNow
Now Xo they see that the people whom horn they theywere thf thfter theywere
were ter trying to Injure commercially are arethe Ilr arethe t tthe
the first to respond to the cries of their theirown theirown theirowls
own unfortunates and it gives ivfs them an analtogether analtogether enaltogether
altogether different and more favorable favorableview favotlbllvie favorableview
view vie of a nation they were beginning to tolook tolook tolook
look upon with extreme dislike dislikeChina dislikeChina dislikeChina
China is very poor but with ith all its itshardships ItahJ itshardships
hJ hardships hlps and burdens it is making tre tremendous trtmendous tismendous ¬
mendous progress rlA To use a common commonphrase commonImraM commonphrase
phrase China is waking I up One Oneinstance Oneinstance Oneinstance
instance of the t quickened life over there thereis thereIs thereis
is the movement for popular education in inaccordance Ina Inaccordance
accordance a < with 1th modern methods A Agreat Aflt A Agreat
great flt promoter of this cause is Chang ChansChlb ChangChlb ChangChili
Chlb Tung viceroy of Wuchang umang whlii whliiTuan whJfTuan whfloThan
Tuan Fang has done a great deal to pro promote promote promote ¬
mote the education of girls who wer werformerly werforIMrl were wereformerly
formerly forIMrl taught in China nothing sav savmusic sae saemusic a amuele
music painting and embroidery embroider A Agreat Agreat Agreat
great many of the old customs are being beingabolished In Inabolished beingabolished
abolished such as binding the feet fed of the thewomen theW1mt thewomen
women This Is going out rapidly rapid I and andeven antcpn andeven
even where maintained is nothing like Ukesevere so sosevere sosevere
severe on the women as in former days dayshardly da dayshardly s shardt
hardly more cruel indeed Ind than the prac practice pr prtit practire ¬
tire tit of some young oung American ladles of ofcrowding otcrowding ofcrowding
crowding a No o 4 foot into a No 8 shoe shoeProblem shoeProhlem shoeFrohileni
Problem of Commercial Pence PenceProw lcncethe IeaeeFuses
Prow the Cbie Cbleqo fO CbtoaMe CbtoaMeThe C1JrcIaItWThe CbronkieThe
The problem of keeping commercial commercialpeace commercialpe commercialpeace
peace pe e among nations is a difficult one oneand oneand oneanti
and it will be as long as a all nations with witha
a few exceptions are possessed of the de deluekm delUllon deluelon
luekm that they would be Irretrievably Irretrievablyruined Irretrleabl Irretrleablruined irretrievablyruined
ruined if they did not restrict trade with withone withone withone
one another by fines and penalties and andvarious andariow andvarloub
various other obstructions ob trucUona So long as asthis asthl8 asthis
this delusion of barbarism barberi m persists the themaximum th thmaximum themaximum
maximum and minimum device for being beingever beingever beingever
ever ready for a tariff fight may ma be the thebest thebest thebest
best means of minimizing mlnlmhln commercial war warjust warjust ar arjust
just as enormous armaments are by b many manysupposed man mansUPJ1OilKtl manysupposed
supposed to be the best be l means mfA 5 of pre preventing prfventing preventing ¬
venting the bloodier wars which are liable liableto liableto liableto
to grow out of tariff wars warsOne warsOUc warsOsse
One Hopeful Sign Signthe Signlfl8l SignFim
lfl8l the St 1M IMb lAti PoetDfcpak PoetDfcpakBut rDtfpetBut PoetDlipetchBut
But whether or not Mr fr Stephenson Is Isever Isaver isover
ever permitted to vote for a tariff revl revlslsn reIsl8n revisian
slsn bill during his brief term it is a ahopeful ahopeful ahopeful
hopeful sign gn that as th the latest choice of ofthe otUte ofthe
the Wisconsin Republican for tnited UnitedStates tnitedStws tnitedSlates
States Senator h he places ptaces prompt and andthorough andtborouth andthorough
thorough tariff revision at the hood of the thelist tholist thelist
list or reforms r orms

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