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The State StateofKentucky StateofKentuckyBy of Kentucky KentuckyBy Ke tucky tuckyBy
Kentucky the th first rt fjtate jtat Ltt of the Union Unionwest Unionwes Unionwelt
west wes of the Appalachians ll and en4rthe the second secondto secondto eeondto
to be added a tl to the original Thirteen was wasadmitted wasadmitted wasadmitted
admitted to th the Union on June 1 1 1m 1mand 1T 1Tand < 32 32and
and will be 115 years old tomorrow Only Onlytwo Onl Onltwo Onlytwo
two of the State have the same birthday birthdayTennessee blrthdaTeanelle8 birthdayTennessee
Tennessee having been admlted on June JuneI
1 178S 1i1 17 four year ears after her sister to the thenorth tilenorth thenorth
north northKentucky northKentuck northKentucky
Kentucky Is one of the most romantic romanticof
I of the American States Her sens ono have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been great reat statesmen and great soldiers soldiersShe soldiersShe soldiersShe
She hat contributed much to science and andart andart andart
art There ic something about My 1 Old OldKentucky OldKentucky OldKentucky
Kentucky Home which appeals to the thesentiment theHntiment theeentiinent
sentiment of almost ahnOft every American Americanwhether Americanwhether Americanwhether
whether Kentuckian New Englander Engl nder or orWesterner oresterner orWesterner
Westerner esterner and which accounts for many manyof man manof manyof
of the picturesque legends about that thatState thatStnte thatState
State and its ts people peopleKentucky peopleKentucky peopleKentucky
Kentucky suggests good whisky hlttky and andfast andfast andfast
fast horses In 17 liSt five years ealll before beforeGeorga beCo beCoG8Ol1le beforeGeoree
Georga Washington became President Pre ldent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States the fame of Ken Kentucky 1entucky Kentucky ¬
tucky liquor was U such that the Hoosier HooelerIndians HOOtilerIndians HoosierIndiana
Indians of the Wabuh sold forever their theirclaims theirclaims theirclaims
claims on Kentucky soil for the mystic mysticsecret mysticsecret mysticsecret
secret of the heart of the corn The chief chiefof cblefor chiefof
of the Wabashes Waba hes In his hi treaty treat with Dan Daniel DAnIel Dantel ¬
iel Boone and the th Kentuckian In con concluding concluding conciuding ¬
cluding his statement of reasons rea on for sub submitting lubmitting submitting ¬
mitting to the Long Knife as the In Indians Indiana Indiana ¬
diana called the white men m n said We Wewere Wewer Wewere
were wer born and raised In the woods we wecould wecould wecould
could never learn to make rum rumGod God has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made the White Flesh Fle h the masters of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the world they make everything cvertbI g and andwe aOOwe andwe
we all k Iota > Ve rum rumThe ntmThe ramThe
The first distillery in Louisville had hadbeen hadbeen 41 41been
been doing business for more than a ayear aear ayear
year ear at althe the time ti that treaty tlMt was 1 s oxecutttl oxecutttland oectltiiland oxeestedand
and had already found a market across acrossthe aerOS9the aerossthe
the Ohio River in what hat was w some day to tobe tbe tobe
be the State of Indiana IndlanaEnD Evan van Williams WIHtemswa8 WtHlamswas Williamswag
was the flrst Kentucky distiller He was wasalso wasa180 wasalso
also a member of the first board of oftrustees oCtrustees oftrustees
trustees of the city of Louisville and it itis Itis
is recorded that when he attended a ameeting ameetln ameeting
meeting meetln he always lwa11 took a bottle of Ills hiebeet Illst lilabest
beet t product which was drunk by b the thetrustees tbetruatees thetrustees
trustees as they considered con lderetl the business businessof 18 18of
of the growing town in the wilderness wildernessNow wUdemesXow wildernessNow
Now ninetysix of the 119 counties of Ken Kentucky ItORtucky Icontucky ¬
tucky prohibit the sa5 sa sale of whisky wbhlk but butthe butthe butthe
the State still un leads in distilling corn cornwhisky COrRwhisk cornwhisky
whisky whiskyDuring whisk whiskDuring whiskyDuring
During the same me year of the treaty trt of ofpeace ofpeaee ofpeace
peace with England which gave American Americanindependence AmericanIndepenMnce AmericanIndependence
independence its final guarantee the thegood thegood thegood
good people of Harroteburg Ky J gather gathered gathered gathered ¬
ed at Haggles Hag nlI Race Path to witness witnessthe witnessthe witnessthe
the sport of kings There was a party partywhich partywblch partywhich
which wag 118 opposed to horse hor e racing even eventhen ev eventhen n ntbfln
then and in ITS 17 one Hugh McGary McGsr was wastried W8IStriM wastried
tried found guilty guilt and pronounced an in infamous infamous Infamous ¬
famous gambler because he had bet a amare amare amare
mare worth twelve pounds sterling on the theoutcome tMoutcome theoutcome
outcome of a race at Hagglns track The Thetrack Thetrack Thetrack
track Is gone these hundred years but butthe butthe butthe
the name of Haggin is still one of the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest on th the American A turf turfThe turfThe turfThe
The State St te of Kentucky is divided into intoflva InlofiV Intofive
five fiV distinct portions known by the local localnames IDealnames lotlnamee
names of The Mountains the Blue BlueGrase BluBGras BlueGrass
Gras the Dear r Grass the Penny Pennyrile1 Penn Pennrile Pennyrile
rile1 rile and andtbe the Purchase The first takes takesIts taklllits takesIts
Its name from the geographical formation formationthe formationthe formationthe
the next three from the natural product productof productof productof
of the Boll and the last from the politi political political poiltIcal ¬
cal origin of Its connection with the State Stateit Stateit StateIt
it comprising oomprL tng that portion west we t of the theTennessee theTenne theTennessee
Tennessee see River which was bought by byIsaac 11 11Isaao byInane
Isaac Shelby and Andrew Jackson from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Cherokee Indians In lan The mountains mountainsproduce mountainS mouitalnproduce
produce iron and coal and feuds The TheBlue TheBlue TheBlue
Blue Grass is the home of the thorough thoroughbred thoroughbred ¬
bred horse bor and fld the politician the Bear BearGrass BearGrass BearGrass
Grass of whisky and tobacco The Pen Pennyrile Pennyrile Pennyrlle
nyrile combines mining and agriculture agricultureand agricultureand agricultureand
and the Purchase grows cotton and sweet sweettaters sweettatlrs sweettaters
taters tatersA tatlrsA tatersA
A popular error Is that the word Ken Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
tucky means the dark and bloody bloodyground bloodyground bloodyground
ground The name Is really ran an adapta adaptation adAptatlon adaptation ¬
tion of the Iroquois word kentake kentakewhich ken kentakewhich take takewhich
which means prairie or meadow landsThe lands landsThe landLThe
The more sinister definition was given it itby Itb itby
by b a false or strained construction of the thespeech theIpeech thespeech
speech made by Chief Dragging Canoe to toCol toCot toCol
Col Richardson Henderson Hender on at ttatauga Wal8ug8Tenn WataugaTenn ttataugaTenn
Tenn when a treaty treat granting lands north northof northof northof
of the Kentucky River was signed The Thechief Thechief Thechief
chief did not wish ish to give up the lands landssouth Jandssouth landssouth
south of the river and he told Col Hen Henderson Henderson Henderson ¬
derson that they were dark and bloody bloodyand blood bloodand bloodyand
and would ould be hard to settle The prairies prairieswhich prairieS prairieSwhich prairieswhich
which gave the Indians the word ken kentake kentake kentake
take were w re called by the early Kentucky Kentuckysettlers KentuckyMttters Kentuckysettlers
settlers the Barrens and are so called calleduntil eallerJuntil calleduntil
until this day The French prairie prairiecame prairiecame prairiecame
came into general use much later laterOf lat4lror atr atrOf
Of the many famous names me in the roe rostpr rOltpr roeter
tpr of the Kentucky pioneers that of Dan Daniel DanIel Danlet ¬
iel Boone stands forth alone Ione even from fromamong fromamong fromamong
among the Illustrious company of Simon SimonKenton SimonKenton SimonKenton
Kenton Richard Henderson Thomas ThomasWalker Thom ThomWalker ThomasWalker
Walker James Harrod and Thomas Bul Bullitt BullItt Butlitt
litt Boone first went into Kentucky Kentuck in
176 1 19 19 with John Finley and he assumed a a aprotectorate IIprotOtor aprotectorate
protectorate protOtor te over the whole hole country un until until until ¬
til it became so thickly settled that he hemoved hemovel hemoved
moved away dtogusted to the Spanish Spanishrealms Spanishrealms h hrealms
realms beyond the MiseiMijti River RiverBoonesborough RlerBoonlsboro RiverBoonesborough
Boonesborough Boonlsboro b the town he founded was wasthe w wthe wasthe
the third settlement in the State however howeverhe ooweerhe howeverhe
he having built it in 1775 one year earaner earanerHarrodsburg after afterHarrodsburg afterHarrodsburg
Harrodsburg had been started by James JameHarrod JameJlIarrod JamesIlarrod
Harrod and two years after Thomas Bul Bullitt BulUtt ButlILt
lILt had founded Louisville The first firstwhite firstwhite firstwhIte
white mans settlement in the State was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the house built near Barbourvilie by b Dr DrThomas DrThoma DrThomas
Thomas Walker of Virginia in ITS 17M but butthat butthat hutthat
that was soon abandoned abandonedPolitics abandonedPolitics abandonedPolitics
Politics has ha been lively in Kentucky Kentuckyfrom Kentuekfrom Kentuckyfrom
from the beginning In 1784 1 three th years yearsbefore yearsbefore MIII MIIIbt
before bt tore the Constitution of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatell UnitedStates
States was adopted and when hen the thir thirteen thlrtetn thirteen ¬
teen States Stat were wrangling under the theloose theloose theloose
loose government of the Articles of Con Confederation Confederation Confederation ¬
federation the Kentuckians decided that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the must have a State Stat government They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were a part of Virginia but the clique of ofpoliticians ofpoliticIans ofpolltlelane
politicians at Wllliamsburg over the themountains tbemountains themountains
mountains cared little and knew leas leasabout leabout lessabout
about the pioneers in the West A State Stateconstitutional Stateconstitutional Stateconstitutional
constitutional convention was held but butVirginia butVirginia butVirginia
Virginia would not consent con ent to the sepa separation separation sapsration ¬
ration In eight years the Kentuckians Kentuckiansheld Kentuckiansbeld Kentucklansheld
held nine constitutional con UluUo al conventions and andfinally andfinaJty andfinally
finally in ITU the State was admitted to tothe tothe tothe
the Union and Kt up its separate exist extatIsaac existence existence
ence enceIsaac enceIsaac
Isaac Shelby the hero of Kings foun fountain 7oun 7ounlain oun ountaln ¬
lain was 1U It first f8t governor Just as his hisfellowhero hisfello1obetO hisfellowhero
fellowhero of the same me battle John Johnvier Se Sevier Sevier
vier was to be first governor of Ten Tennessee TenneYee Tenneseco ¬
nessee The early days of the State gov government gOYernment government ¬
ernment were not peaceful It was Im Impossible Impossible Impossible
possible to persuade the States east of ofthe ofthf ofth
the th Appalachians that the Kentucklaas Kentucklaasand Kentu Kentucklansand k1S k1Sand
and others in the Ohio Valley had any anyinterests anyInt anyInterests
interests Int rets worth looking after Spain held heldthe heldthe Ieldtb
the tb Mississippi Mlssl slppt River and a 1d occupied oc occuplfw occuplfwOrleans upol d New NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans which was practically the only onlymarket onlmarket onlymarket
market Kentucky could look te t r Then Thencame Thencame Thencame
came the Spanish intrigues in which whichmen whichmen whlehmen
men of great influence In Kentucky Kentuck act actually actual actually ¬
ually ual conspired to set up Kentucky Kentuck as an anindependent anindependent anIndependent
independent state state under the pratecionvof pratecionvofSpnln preteelonofSp1ln preteeionofSpain
Spain This appears as arrant treason treasonnow treasonno treasonnow
now no but in those days the faith in the thestability thettability thestability
stability ttability of the Federal government was waswpak wasr waswak
wpak r ak even event in the East and the unpro unprotot unproto unprotcted
tot to tcted > fhd > d and an beglCted neglected pioneers looked upon uponPrrn uponr11 upontrn
Prrn r11 i a ewr wor rr of refug and strength strengthIv strengthI
Iv 1 I f k cft ft H Hr nry ri Ctv y to t th ln lnt Unt
1 t SfDt Utt 01 tp 1f rro re al rea reaed Jpd JpdI
4 I r I it t lC carF o1r
and for the next three thr e doondes he was a aleader aloader aleader
leader in national thought Kentucky Kentuckysupported Kentuck Kentucksupported Kentuckysupported
supported him loyally for the most part partalthough partalthough partalthough
although he never reached the Presidency PresidencyPolitics Preslden PresidencyPolitics Y YPolitics
Politics was serious business in those thosedays thosedRS thosedays
days There were no newspapers as we weknow weknow weknow
know them now At Lexington one can canstill ClInstili canstilt
still see the trenches where 1000 sheep sheepand sheepand sheepand
and SCO OO hogs were barbecued for the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Clay Cia rally in 1SH which was at attended Attended attended ¬
tended by b more than 60000 loyal 10 Rl Whigs Whigsmany Whigsmany Whigsmany
many of them coming on horseback for rormUos formiles 300 300mlas
miles to be present presentKentucky presentKentucky presentKentucky
Kentucky gave John J C Brecklnrldge to tothe tothe tothe
the list of the th great Senators who partici participated portJcIpated participated ¬
pated in the debates after Clays Missouri MissouriCompromise l1l8SOUrSCompromise MissouriCompromise
Compromise which preceded the strug struggle struggle struggte ¬
gle of the civil war and he h was Lt Vice VicePresident ViaePresident VicePresident
President under Buchanan He remained remainedin
in Washington after the formation of the theConfederate theConrederate theConfederate
Confederate government at Montgomery Montgomerysat
sat in his seat in tho Senate and opened openedand opeMdantI openedand
and counted the ballots bAlIts of the electors electorsHe electerlIe electorslie
lIe formally declared Abraham Lincoln Lincolna
a native of Kentucky elected President of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States Then he went to Ills Illshome lilahome
home and soon announced his allegiance allegianceto
to the government of the Confederate ConfederateStates cOnfede1AteStAtes ConfederateStates
States of America at the head of which whichwas whichWAS whichwas
was Jefferson Davis another native of ofKentucky ofKentuekr ofKentucky
Kentucky KentuckyKentucky KentuekrKent KentuckyKentucky
Kentucky Kent k remained in the Union dur during durIng durIng ¬
ing the struggle of the Ws 9 although althoughmany Kithoughmauy althoughmany
many of her people sympathized 1 l 1pathtzed with ltk the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South She sent SnCOO troops to the Fed ¬
oral armies and 41610 to the Confeder Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
ate cause To the Union arms she gave gaveBuoll gaveDuell gaveBuoll
Buoll Garrard Smith and many other othergallant othergallant othergallant
gallant loaders To the Southern list of ofcommanders ofcommanders ofcommanders
commanders she gave Ie Simon Bolivar BolivarBuokner BolIsrBuckner BolivarBuckner
Buckner John C Urecklnriclgo William WilliamPreston WilliamPreston 11 II am amPreston
Preston John Morgan Morganafl4l and Basil Duke DukeAft DukeArtJr DukeAftir
Aft Aftir ArtJr tr the war the struggle between betweenDemocrats betweenDenwcr betweenDemocrats
Democrats Denwcr ts and Republicans was florae floraethe tlergethe lieruethe
the early fury ending with ltlt the defeat defeatof defentof defeatof
of John M Harlan Republican by JatneS JatneSB
B McCreary Democrat for governor in in1S75 In1g7g
1S75 Mr Harlan lias been for many man years yearsone yearsone ears earsono
one of the justices of the United States StatesSupreme StAt StatesSupreme a aSupreme
Supreme Court and Mr McCroary la lanow lISnow isnow
now in the United States Stat Sonata Then Thencame Th Thancome n ncome
come tho era of Democratic ascendency ascendencyin
in tho national House of Representatives Representativesand
and Kentucky once again took place as a alander alander aleader
lander among States John G Carlisle Carlislewas CarllsloWWI Carlislewas
was three times Speaker of the House Houseas HO11as houseag
as Clay had been Senator Beck Proo Prootor Prootor Prootor
tor Knott Joe Blackburn Quinine QulninoJim QulnlnoJim QuinineJim
Jim McKenzie W C P Breckinrldg Breckinrldgand Breckinridgeand r klnrldg klnrldgand
and Henry Henr Watterson were commandlrg commandlrgfigures rommandlrgfigures commandirgfIgures
figures in Congress Congre and In national poli politics politics polL polLties ¬
tics twenty years er ago There was almost almosta almostpolltleal
a political revolution In the State in the thecampaign thecampaln thecampaign
campaign of IMS 1 which resulted In the theassassination theIUI8htlon theassassInatIon
assassination of William Goebel and the therestoration there therestoration
restoration re tontUO1 of the he Democrats to power in inlocal InJoeal Inlocal
local affairs a < alrs But Kentucky I < is i quieter quieternow quieterno quieternow
now no than for many man years and she Is try trying tryIn trying
ing In to forget her reputation for being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the dark and nd bloody ground groundXo groundNo groundNo
No State Is now no giving more attention attentionto
to the arts of peace Her farms are rich richand rkhland richand
and they are being cared for Her mines minesare mlMilare minesare
are inexhaustible store stores tore of wealth walth which whichhave wlalchbave whichhave
have scarcely been touched 8ft O a the stir surface nrrace stirface ¬
face Her J ler manufacturing Interest interests are aregrowing aregrowing aregrowing
growing every day Politics is becoming becomingless 1MeonII becomingless g glea
less and leas the serious purttrit of her hercltiBenc IterclUIieDli hercltlaene
cltiBenc and there is now a day y of great greatprosperity grt8tPI08JJrit greatprospority
prosperity dawning for Kentucky KentuckyTomorrow ICemuek ICemuekIomnrrofIJlrtlIlIR KentuckylomorrowlI
Tomorrow IomnrrofIJlrtlIlIR Illrtliilny in Inlay of Tennessee ennellec
The elevator of the Washington Mona Monument Monament lonu lonument ¬
ment reached the ground after its sol solemnly solemnl aolemaly ¬
emnly stow descent of twenty tWlnt minutes minutesand mtnuttliland minutesn4i
and n4i Hhnda Jamison Jaml on feeling teen somewhat somewhatoverawed somehatourawod somewhatoverawed
overawed by the world as seen n from the thetop tb tbtop thetop
top of the monument sat t down on a abinch ab3nch absnch
binch near the elevator door She need needed uMded osedad ¬
ed a few it minutes nuts to readjust her herthoughts Mrtho herthoights
thoughts tho ghts and to plan for the rest of the theday theda thedity
day dayRhoda da da1U
Rhoda 1U had saved every ever possible pos penny pennyfrom penRYfrom pennyfrom
from her salary salAf during the school term termIn termIn termin
In onler to take this Washington Wallhl gton trip tripand tripantI tripand
and antI had determined to crowd as much muchsightseeing muchI muchsIihtseeing
I sightseeing t htseelng Into her ten days d1 as any other otherWashington otherWa otherWmshlngton
Washington Wa hlnston touriat had ever e r done doneShe doneSh doneShe
She Sh had spent hours with the visKing visKingmilliner Yietttngmilliner vishingmilliner
milliner in her town planning every de detail de detailor detall ¬
tail tailor of the time and had finally arrived arrivedin arrivedin rrlved rrlvedIn
in the city and taken a cab directly to tothe tot1e tothe
the quiet ulel lodgings soc had recommended recommendedThe reeltunendedThe recnnmendeilThe
The milliner had however forgotten to totake totake totake
take Into consideration the fa fat t that the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl had never been accustomed to a city cityand cityand cityand
and to city ways and nd had therefore thereforefailed thereforefailed thereforefailed
failed to prepare her for the feeling of ofdesolation ofdeolatkm ofdesolation
desolation and loneliness that grew gre more moreand moreand moreand
and more oppressive every ever minute minuteThe minuteThfl minuteThe
The Congressional Library Llbrar hud satisfied satisfiedher satisfiedher tlsfted tlsftedher
her lore of elegance < the Capitol and the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House 1I0u e had seemed mect like old friends friendsfrom frttndsfrom friendsfrom
from the pictures In the geography and andhUtory andhutory andhistory
hUtory from which she had taught for formonths formonthsbut formonthsbut
months monthsbut but In her classes she had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the personality Here she seemed to todwindle todwindle todwindle
dwindle into nothingness and the things thingsthat tblngstbRt thingsthat
that had been mere ideas and pictures picturestowered pletUftStowered picturestowered
towered over her oppressively oppre stvely ad sh shwas 81H1 81H1ws shwas
was overcome by b her littleness and her herloneliness herII herlonellitess
loneliness s and long longed d for some one to tospeak toR tospeak
II R speak to her with lth a hint of friendly inter interest tnt tnte Intereat ¬
est e t
estThe The tThe big broadshouldered man sitting sittingon
011 the other end of the bench she had hadseen hadseen hadseen
seen walking down the steps of the monu monument monuMnt menumeat ¬
meat He had evidently evlclenU felt so secure securein seeuAin securein
in his superb physical strength that he hewalked bewalked hewalked
walked down to examine more closely closelythe c closelythe y ytbe
the inscriptions on the stones that coaM coaMnot OU1dnot couhinot <
not be studied so well from the elevator elevatorShe elevatorShe elevatorShe
She saw w him take a fountain pen from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his pocket adjust It it and finally sort a apackage apackage apackage
package of souvenir postcards and begin beginwriting bgtnwrlUng beginwriting
writing industriously industriouslyShe industriouslShe IndustriouslyShe
She remembered remem retl the package she had hadbought hadbought hadbought
bought to send nd her pupllsso she took her herown berown herown
own pen from her handbag and com commenced commeneed cornmenced ¬
menced racking her brain for little things thingsto
to write that would amuse them themThe themThe themThe
The postal she liked best of all a dain daintily daintily dam damthy ¬
tily colored view MW of the Monument itself itselfshe 1l8e1fshe Itselfshe
she addressed to her mother Across it itshe ItstHI itshe
she wrote Its so very ery bigHind I feel feelso feelso
so little and so lonely lonelyShe 1000el 1000elShe losielyShe
She leaned forward to flirt a bit of duet dustfrom duetfrom duetfrom
from the tip of her her pen n and a whiff bUI of air airblew airblew Ir Irblew
blew the postal from her lap and left it itlying Itlying Itlying
lying at the big mans JI1Ins feet feetHa feetHe feetHa
Ha saw it there and thinking thlnkln he had haddropped haddropped haddropped
dropped one of his own stooped and aIMIpreked andpicked amipicked
picked it up reading It leisurely leisurelyI
1 feel so little and lonely Io elt he read readand reafland rendand
and surprised turned to meet the flushed flushedface Oltsbtdface flushedface
face of the girl girlIts girlIts girlIts
Its mine she said holding out her herhand herhand herhand
hand for it itDo It ItDo itDo
Do you OU feel that way wa too tooT he asked askedeagerly ukel1eagerly askedeagerly
eagerly Thats me exactly exactlyI exactl exactlI
I shouldnt have called you really reallylittle reaUyJIltle reallylittle
little she answered with the frank frankfriendliness franktriendUneli frankfriendliness
friendliness of a girl who had never met metwith metwith metwith
with a circumstance that would cause W her herto herto herto
to be auspicious of f humanity humanlt I reckon reckonyou reekonyou reckonyou
you are referring to the first part p rt of the thesentence thes thesentenceJt
sentence s nteneeIt It Is so big would really reall seem seemmore s seemmore m mmore
more suitable suitableThats suitableThats suitableThats
Thats right be laughed looking at atthe atthe atthe
the postal po t I but that just proves that 1 1can 1can Ican
can hold more loneliness than you 01 for I Iam Iam Iam
am feeling lonely from th the soles of my myfeet myfeet myfeet
feet to the top of my new felt hat that I Ibought Ibought Ibought
bought in Carson City to see the sights of ofWashington ofWuhlngtoll ofWashington
Washington in inAt i iAt iAt
At least you are ate farther from home homethan homethan homethan
than I IIm Im from South Carolina she shechatted shecbattld shechatted
chatted three days abstinence from con conversation convorsatlon convorsation ¬
versation having left her with a surplus surpluson
on hand handI
I was just sending some of these UU 8e things thingsto thingsto thingsto
to the boys he said they are living livingin JIvingIn livingin
in a shack near mine and it will tickle tickleem tickleem tickleem
em Immensely to get these pictures of ofcivilization ofch1Uzatlon ofcIvilization
civilization You see see we had been n out outthere outthere outthere
there for two years digging away awa for gold goldwithout goldwithout goldwithout
without any success and just as wed wedfallen wedfallen wedfallen
fallen Into 1 fit of gloom and shortage In Ingrub Ingrub ingrub
grub why hy we struck it rich richHow richIIow rich110w
How lovelydid 10eJ dld you find it In chunks chunksher chunksher chunksher
her eyes o es sparkling like a childs childsThats childsThats childsThats
Thats about the size of It lie laugh laughed laughed laughed ¬
ed with a wholesouled wholes uled heartiness heartln s ho hohadnt heImdnt hohadnt
hadnt experienced for days Ias we sure surefound surefound surefound
found It in largesized pieces and I just justthought justthought justthought
thought Id take a vacation to seethe seetheworld see the theworld theworld
world Ive never been East before beforeDo beCoreDo beforeDo
Do you 0 like It 1t1 Sho failed to put as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much doubt as to the charms of Wash WashIngton WashIngton Washington
Ington In her tone as she might have put puthalf puthalf puthalf
half an hour earlier earlierIve earlier1e earlierIve
Ive been about the loneliest person personthe personthe personthe
the dome ever shadowed I could get on onvery oner onvery
very er well In the daytime but Ive wanted wantedto
to sit round the fire at night and talk talkit ta1lIt talkit <
it over with ith the boys How long are you yougoing yougoing ou ougoing
going to stay sta he asked eagerly eagerlyTen eagerlyTen agerl agerlTen
Ten days Ive been here three Ills Illsface Illsrace Illsface
face lengthened visibly visiblyIll vIsiblyill Isthl IsthlIll
Ill be here a whole month he added addeddolefully addtfldoleCuU addeddolefully
dolefully doleCuU thy hy dont you ou stay longer longerYou longerYou longerYou
You see I havent struck It rich rtchIn rtchInhuge richInhuge in inhuge
huge chunks The trustees of my school schoolare schoolare schoolare
are rather a parsimonious lot lotI lotI lot lotI
I dont know much about Eastern eti etiquette etiquette etiquette ¬
quette but I wonder if It wouldnt be betolerably betolerabl betolerably
tolerably tolerabl proper for us UTflo t o some sight sightseeing sightseeing sightseeing ¬
seeing together this afternoon 1 he said saidwith saidwith saidwith
with a touch of boyish shyness shynessI
I wonder she said slowly slowlyThe slot slotThe slowlyThe
The joy jo of companionship settled thy thyquestion tooques thuquestIon
question ques Son for them and he called at her herboarding berboarding herboarding
boarding house morning after morning morningguidebook morningguidebook morningguIdebook
guidebook in hand the plan for the day dayalready dl dlalrpad dayalready
already alrpad laid la id out outThey outThey outS
S S C I S a aThey
They had fcff 4eft lH the trip to Arlington rtmgt > n nJast forlast for frit
it last atfcrnxn a a3crnnof crrMn of Lr stay st1 unJ n
wander wanderd d through tbrov h the grpunrifc Mtora Mtorabeautiful Mr MrbeauUClOl rs rsbeautlftI
beautiful than ever in their early OII r rutet sum summer eastmer ¬
mer foliage until they the reached the tJaeoertooklnF spot spotoverlooking eastoverlooking
overlooking the t be Potomac where UM tall tailshaft tallabaft tallshaft
shaft rises in honor of the heroes of the thoSpanish 1MSpanlh theSpanish
Spanish war warThis wrThllJ warThIe
This Is the loveliest spot of all he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said an they sat down on the tMslope grMiy grMiyslope greesyslope
slope with their faces tamed toward tile thoriver tilerter theriver
river Washington will seem dead if dter dterI tee torI teeI
I put you on the train this lb afternoon afternoonHave stermooaIlave ftenMIoaHaft
Have you enjoyed this thu week Mk little wo woman woman seaman ¬
man a slight nervousness in ate vole voleIt Tote ToteIt YokeIt
It has beenperfect she he b said softly softlyAfter onlyAfter softlyAfter
After I had you to talk to the erowdx erowdxdidnt erow erowdidnt erowdadIdnt
didnt seem unfriendly at t all lltlMy alltheychanged lltlMytMqed th y ychanged
changed into a set of goodnatured 800doaturedersby paw pawersby peasarsby
ersby ersbyI ersbyIMbavflft arsbyIerhsvesft
I IMbavflft er havent seemed to ml atlas the boy boymuch boys ooJllmuch boysmuch
much lately either he Mid MId absent absentmindedly absentteindedly at atmbldedl
mindedly mbldedl watching < her slender ader fingers ftop ar arrange nra arrange ¬
range ra lJe the largest daMe daiat and net clover leavethit leave leavelthat leavesthat
that she found near her but Ill go o to tomining tomlng tomissing
mining them again a n the very minute your yourtrain yourtrain yourtFain
train pull out this afternoon afternoonHe art afternoonHe DOOll DOOllHe
He sat up straight 1Itrat awidenly u aad looked lookedat lookedat lookedat
at her almost Imollt sternly sternlyDo aternlyDo sternlyDo
Do you OU think a man It ought to be for forgiven forven forgiven ¬
given ven for telling t ltD < a Her he demanded demandedabruptly demanMdabnlptlr demandedabruptly
abruptly abruptlyHer abnlptlrHer abruptly11cr
Her face paled slightly Uy and her eye eyewere eyes eyesWfre eyeswere
were large with a fear ear that h lie Might nMghtin Mightin hfhL hfhLIn
in some way confess himself unworthy unworthyof
of the friendly confidence DCe she bad placed placedin placedIn
in him The nnconventlonalHy of their theiracquaintance tlrftcquaintaDCe theirzscquaintawe
acquaintance stood out in her mind suet suddenly suetMnly cuddenly ¬
denly as viewed from the worlds stand standpoint a18bCIpoint standpoint ¬
point pointYou
You havent haYflIt11ed lied to we Iller she asked aakedfaintly askedfaintly aII aIIintly
faintly faintlyAbsolutely faintlyAbsolutely intly intlyloAbIIOlutel
Absolutely No ORe ever told a bigger Mgerone biggerone r roae
oae one be said Id with I his eye eyes flxoi aed on the thoclover theeJoyer theclover
clover leave lea be failed to see her pallor pallorfor pallorCor pallorfor
for it will JU not be UM theon boy IM tea 1MIur isles isleslug mloslug
lug it will be heJut jut you yonHer youHu you11cr I
Her color cam came back with a rush ru and andshe andh andihe
she h avoided his eye eyes a u abs rove hastily hastilyto ba 11y 11yto I
to her feet feet the deletes WftI and clover clo leavefalling leave leanllltalllnl leavesfalling
falling to the ground groundIm groundIm roud roudIm
Im sure I will be late for my train trainif trainIf trainIf
if we dont harT back Naclf she saW saWabruptly Midbroptly saMabruptly
abruptly abruptlyI broptlyr
I almost wish you would mie miss it itIt itIt1M itItMoms it itseems
seems 1M a shame that you cannot afford to tostay toItay tostay
stay longer lon < er when I have more money moneythan moneythan moneythan
than I can possibly spend speDdunleMJ unles the thetown thetown thetown
town will UJ let IM J in build em another li library library Iibrary ¬
brary You couldnt let me mee er H he hestammered helltammered hestammered
stammered not knowing how to express expreehimself fXplet8blmHlt expresshimself
himself blmHlto himselfNo himselfXo
Xo o I couldnt she blazed catching catchinghis catehln catehlnhis catchinghis <
his bait formed Idea IdeaThere IdeaTMrethe Idearh
There TMrethe rh retherehtttie there little woman Omaadont dont get gethuffy gethuffy gethuffy
huffy I suppose I do bump up against againstconventionalities agalD8tconvenUonUtIe againstconventIonalItIes
conventionalities occasionally ocea lo aUy but some somehow 1OI somehow e eho ¬
how ho I hate bat for you not to have every everything everythiDg everything ¬
thing you want he blurted out outHer outHtr out11cr
Her eyes softened and when they theyreached th4reached theyreached
reached the station she watched his htebroad hisbroad hisbroad
broad shoulders as a he elbowed hi his way waythrough waTthroup waythrough
through the crowd at the ticket offlce offlceand Ind niuicewondered
and nd wondered why now her face was wasturned wasturned u uturned
turned homeward she ke should feel more morehomesick morehome8ick morehomesick
homesick than ever everWhen everWhen evera
a S C S S SWhen
When he put her on the train train he heleaned helealHd heleaned
leaned over and spoke determinedly determinedlyIm
Im coming to South Carolina before I Igo Ign Igo
go back West WestShe We8tShe WestShe
She didnt answer and he took from his hiscoat Idscoat hiscoat
coat pocket one of the clover leaves le ves she shehad shehad shehad
had dropped on tho ground at Arlington Arlingtonand ArlingtonAnd Arlingtonand
and held it up before her She saw it ithad Itbd Ithad
had four leaves leavesDo JtaVNDo leavesDo
Do you know what I ant going to wish wishThat wishThat h hThat
That when I go o back haekWeetoulI AVest westyoull youll go gowith gowith gowith
with me mebe he waited a a big awkward boy boyIn bo boIn boyIn
In his embarrassment for her to look at athim athim athim
him himI
I IIthe I the train is I starting she said saidboiding saidhohllnc saidholding
holding out her hand hastily but butIf if one onefinds onennds onelinda
finds a fourleaf clover cloverhe he is l supposed t tget toO toOet 1get
get et his wish wiahOopyrifhted wishCogyritid 1h
Oopyrifhted 1h0JfIrrtIhtfd WS 3t br Mary MeKmo MeKmoDOG Mdt MdtDOG MCKNk MCKNkDOG
Stood Over Lost Boy nnd Hoivlcd to toAttract toAttrnct toAttract
Attract Attention AttentionA Attcntl n nA
A A shepherd she herd dog faithful to death to its itsmaster itsmuter Itsmaster
master almost as intelligent as a human humanin
in ordinary ordlnar matters and more intelligent intelligentto
to scent danger is petted and almost almostloved almostloved t tloved
loved to death by Mr and Mrs John JohnlAuber JohnIoAu1Mr JohnLauber
lAuber of Oelwein whose two and a ahalf Rhalf ahalf
half year ear old son wandered < l away itwa from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the home farm near Oelwein on Tuesday Tuesdayand Tue Tuesdayand da daand
and was not found until late in the oven ovening CenInK ovening
ing says the Waterloo aterloo correspondent correspondentof
of the Si St Paul Dispatch DispatchThe DIsMtcbThe DispatchThe
The little lad had toddled four miles milesand milesand milesand
and the dog tagged along behind hlnd watch watching watchIng tvatchlog ¬
ing him and guarding him When the thesheriff thesherfl thesherIff
sheriff who had been summoned to take takepart takeJl8rt takepart
part in the search found the little boy ho hohe boyhe
1 he wa was unconscious from the cold Over Overhim Overhim Overhim
him stood the faithful shepherd lifting liftingup liftingup liftingup
up his voice olee in mournful howls howlsTho howJsThe bowlsThe
The dog to awaken the child and coax coaxhim oat oathim oaxhim
him to walk on had pulled at his lii little littlegarments littlearments littlegarments
garments arments until they the were tattered and andtorn andtorn andtorn
torn The parents were rejoiced to recov recover reco recoer rocover ¬
er tho child and the dog vied led with them themIn themIn themIn
In showing its gratitude at the provi providential pnnldenttal providentist ¬
dentist approach of the rescuing party partyEVEXIXG JRrtyEYE partyEVENING
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Tfc > waR tk UMt dMttbe tbe Uytim Ime has dIM ctaeHMbed dIMIlI11bed densundieS
HMbed is thewM with the settles MM MMUrier NIlUDder seaUnder
UDder UK classes tad a gold dd of the W Wett WettLac WWtLee L LLong
Long Lee prow thit shadows of tr trees on the MM MMSUttcbtag IdIt IdItStretdl killStrettbinS
SUttcbtag Stretdl KTOM the maidens Mow MowSoft bHowSoIt belowsoit
SoIt tress f the forest the wklproonrill wklproonrillVtpt wttllllOOlWt1i1a WIlOOtWIIliws
Vtpt tar char and 11II steird tM abet e alII alIIThe nih nihThe U UThe
The MHramr of gnat trees wbfefrteg tar tarThe 10 10Tile lorThe
The dash of ft sian Mtfroubdt 1W1G1 them alL alLDiwk titk sit1ssk
Diwk 1ssk k on the liters rows troubled trail trailDmk trail trailD tZahIDuet
Duet D on the kills alone aiesi thr ride rideThe Iid8t Iid8tt1te edea edeaThe
The tttlteeM of enming and dark prerata prerataSleep prena prnaltssheep 5 5RIHp
Sleep and rest for a wearied land landllT lanof1l1Tkn lsn4ir1cna
llT 1l1Tkn ir1cna > n < > i > r h 111 > ocean reassess lfa ge255 rS tid tidThp id idC 4 41h
Thp 1h ds di fa rH 1i t 1g4f l i 1 aELLuR 1111 1111ELL
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in tU tJaIII tJaIIItoC tfaf ay toC of UM itmerie wtet wa a asign de design ¬
sign II which 1II1e11 to a hit anueoal I1tIeome ta always alwayswelcome alwayswelcome I
welcome to the home sewer Here Is Isone I Ione Isone
one with a yoke of unique shaping and andthe andtbe andthe
the body Iitod portion easily y full and net graceful gracefulThe Kne gracefulThe
The sleeves eeTes may be finished bed long to the theelbow theeIhoi I
elbow or shorter and nd narrow ruffle of oflace oflace oflace
lace may trim the shorter styles As Assuggested AsIUK Assuggested
suggested IUK ted In the sketch a narrow Jlano lace laceinsertion laceinsertion I IIlUIfrtion
insertion may n18 finish ftni h the yok yoke and eel collar eeltar ¬
lar while a bit of embroidery renders
It I Is saM that English Bagll I Is to be declared declaredthe deelaredtbe declaredthe
the language Jan of th the covets of JuMtae In Inthe lathe hithe
the island of Malt falta Malts after aft < a lapse lap e of Often Oftenyean MtaYMn finesyears
yean According to the uutlcs t4ltk the theMaltese tbeNalteee theMaltese
Maltese people except a mere handful do donot doDot donot
not understand Italian and the English Kngltehpeople ZBtJUttbpeople Englishpeople
people do not know either P1tb < Italian or Mal Maltese Kalteeo tal taltese ¬
tese ltaian in the law la court court courts I I Is a as for foreign forlaup forelga ¬
eign a laaauas laup a as was French Frncb In En Entaod E Zag Zagland
land I after fr the t iii Norman Norn conquest cU Neither Neitherthe Nfb NfbI Neitherthe
the ti Ellb English ngtth nor nr the Maltese MI understand tmderatandthe uer understandthe
the pleadings plomA and n the time t sera ripe r for forending forending
ending e8 this U language lanp anomaly 1 in the theoonrtB theatf thecourts
atf courts of justice justiceMuch jasticetueh Uce UceUh
Much Uh interest Ite combined c with t a great greatdeal greatdeal lt ltde
deal de of amassment has been M evinced eve by bythe bythe bythe
the ratepayers rtep5 of Hammersmith and andShepherds andShepherds nd nd5IJ
Shepherds 5IJ liuh D two tw of Ixmdons lAons ot otlyn outlaying out outlaying ¬
lyn laying boroughs bu by b the 01 expenditure of ofL1f oflfgs3
L1f 281008 lfgs3 J1H60M 1 for the t erection tto of ofle a anew anew
new le workhouse wohUI and Infirmary Infry at a Worm Wormwood Wor Worwo Wormwood ¬
wood wo Scrubs Srb a district lU1et to the extreme extremenorthwest extre extrenrthwet extremenorthwest
nrthwet northwest of I London ln a neighborhood neighborhoodwhere neighborhoodwhere
where thrift tbrif and a comfort erort may my be said saidto saidto d dto
to abide ae In house hu of modest moest and an unpre unpretentious unpr unprtentu unpretenUous ¬
tenUous tentu mien m but not a a quarter qurfr Inhabited Inhabitedby Inhabitedby inhabitedby
by the th rich rieb If I however hwenr the description descriptionof delrpUon delrpUonoC
of the new I Infirmary IntJY be b exact exat exact then the thepaupers thepupr thepaupers
paupers pupr of Hammersmith lmmkmth I and a Shepherds ShepherdsBush S ShepherdsBush herdt herdtBuh
Bush Buh are to be b housed hU In a mansion mnon of ofluxurious fC fCluxurioU ofluxurious
luxurioU luxurious fittings ftUg with Ith a baronial brl dining dininghall dlnlnchl dininghail
hall hl and an In a style stT unfamiliar unralr to the theratepayers theratepayers
ratepayers rtepyer themselves tbe8 except excpt when whe they theygo thy thyJ theygo
go J to some 18 expensive hotel he in I the vicinity vicinityof vleoly vleolyof
of Hyd Hyde Park Pr or pay py a visit yll to the th family familyseat familyseat Amly Amlysat
seat sat of some sme nobleman nblemaR or lr r possible pble connie connection conne connieties ¬
ties to Amid mk such ueh lavish Jlh and an extravagant extravagantsurroundings extraV extravagantsurroundings
8UrUnDg surroundings it I is I not to be b wondered wnder at atif atJ atif
if J the poor pr old paupers pu rs grow arrogant arIbt and andoverbearing andoverbring andoverbearing
overbearing overbring toward tOWAr the plainly plinly housed housedclttaens hODS hODSclbens housedcitbena
clttaens clbens whose h money r paid to the tax taxcollector taxcollector
collector eoletor has b built bui this thl noble nbe p pile ple Ham Hammersmith nammtrmth 11ammacsmith ¬
mersmith mtrmth and Shepherds Shems Bush Bt1h by the theway theway
way 11 are not nt poor pr or tenement tenent district districtThe dltrel districtsThe
The people there thef are all al well w n sheltered shelteredand sbetered sbeteredad shelteredand
and ad there the are but few who wh need nM parochial parochialaid prhtl prhtlal
aid al 141 This Thl section ation of London Ldn enjoys enjys the theJuste tb tbjuste thejuate
Juste milieu mieu prayed prae for by St Augustine Augustineneither Auguetne Auguetneneither Augustineneither
neither poverty perty nor riches ricbe This Thi may mayhowever m mayhowever
however hwever be b the th reasons r1 of the board bar of ofguardians oranlans ofguaedians
guardians anlans Hi r It erecting eretn such suh a palace pace for forthe forthf forthe
the thf poor pr The Hammersmith Jlmmertmih paupers paupersare pups pupsare paupersare
are probably pbby probablyconsldered considered c dtre of an aristocratic aristocraticorder altortc altortcorer arlstocratlcorder
order orer not like lke the vagrants vAgrant from frm the theslums theslums theslums
slums of the East El End and naturally nturaly ex expect expt exect ¬
pect pt ect magnificent accommodations aecommoatons But ButIn ButIn Butin
In their imaginations they can hardly hardlyhave harl harlhe hardlyhave
have he expected e tetl such splendor spendr a I as the real reality rel relIt realIty ¬
ity It The entrance entrMt hall haJ Is fitted fte with withplateglass withplateglass 1th 1thplategJI
plateglass plategJI screens sreens and an a floor foor tiled ted with withmosaic withmoslc withmosaic
mosaic moslc ware w e of the most mst expensive expn lve type typeThere tYI typeThere
There are ar general generl and an ladles ladle committee committeerooms committeerooms committeerooms
rooms and an rooms rm for clergymen clerfrme of all alldenominations al alldenominations
denominations The dlninghall dlnlnghal is most mostbaronial mot motbonil mostbaronial
baronial bonil in style It I Is I like lke a cathedral cathedralor cAtherat cAtherator
or chapel challl The Th light lght is diffused dlls softly softlyupon 8m 8mupn softlyupon
upon the pampered Pmpre pauper patl r through throughstained thrugh thrughstlne throughstained
stained stlne upn glass KIRs windows The kitchen kiche is istiled it istiled
tiled te with the best bt white whie tiles te and andbiases andbl andblazes
biases bl with wih four brass brs electroliers eletrolers fitted fittedwith fited fitedwith fittedwith
with five lights lghts A system SstOl of duplicate duplicatewiring dupUcte dupUctewiring duplicatewiring
wiring has been ben Introduced Intrlueed into this thispalatial thispataUal thispalatial
palatial poorhouse prhou that that was WA rejected reJeetl as asoo aso asoo
oo o expensive oxpnsh for Buckingham Palace Palac n nfew 1 iifaa
few re years ers since lnce when that royal royl man mansion manslo mansloti ¬
sion slo was under repairs repirs In fact fac this thisunique thisunique thisunique
unique workhouse workhot e Is said sid to equal eUl the thenew thenew
new Hotel Ritz Riz or the Cecil CPI and is to tosupply toslpply tosupply
supply slpply the same sme service senlc of finishing and andelectric nd ndelectric ndeletric
electric eletric fittings ftngs It I is clearly cl al a case casewhere canewhere
where the board of guardians guanlnns had plenty plentyof
of money to deal with wih and they the have havedealt hacdealt havedealt
dealt with 1th It I accordingly The rumor is ishowever Ishowev ishowever
however howev r that there Is to be an election electionin eleeton eleetonin
in the near future In the Hammersmith Hammersmithand Hammersmithan hiammeramithand
and an Shepherds Bush borough brouh It I did not notsuit notsllt notstilt
suit sllt the present board bud of guardian guudlaDc po political p politleal ¬
litical IU al policy pler to have hve it known knqwn that there therewas therewas therewas
was an Immense surplus surlus in In their tress treasury tres tresur tressury ¬
ury ur at the time tme of the th next net polling plng The Theplea Thepic Theplea
plea pic of Hammersmith Hammersmih has IRS been b n poverty povertyso perty
so 1 in order to get rid of an Inconvenient Inconvenientsurplus Ineonvenltntsurlus Inconvenientsurplus
surplus surlus the guardians guarians decided deided that tht noth nothIng nth nthIng nothlag
Ing was too good for a Hammersmith Hammersmithpauper liamiuersmlthpauper
pauper uper even silk sik lamp amp shades shade at 28 2 skit shillings al skitllngs ¬
lings lngs apiece apieceOf apieceOf plee pleeor
Of the he Gorman Germn Emperors six sons sonS the thehandsomest thehandsomest thehandsomest
handsomest Is unquestionably unquestonbb the second secondPrince scond scondPrince secondPrince
Prince Kitel Eiel Fritz and his young wife Ife ie iequite isquite
quite quie the tle prettiest prettest of the ladles htdks of the theKaisers the1ls9TS theKaisers
Kaisers household The Crown Princess PrincessCecelie PrincessCele PrincessCecelie
Cele Cecelie is not exactly exact pretty prett but chic and anddistingue anddlUngue anddlstlngue
distingue dlUngue with wih all al the graces grce of France Francein
in which country contt she was brought up upThe upThe upThe
The little lte baby bby boy y of the crown prince princeand princennd princeand
and princess princes Is the only onl darkhaired darkhairedmember darkbalredmmber darkhairedmember
member mmber of the Imperial Imprhll Hohenzolsrn Hohenzolsrnfamily Hohenzol tm tmfamily rn rnfamiy
family famiy and seems a stray lamb among amongsiKh amongsUfh amongsuch
siKh f fairhatred falrtatrld flo flork ork k Prince Prm8 Adalbert Adalberttie Adalbrttt Adalbertte
tie tt third sn of the th Emperor Emptror is nl nl1 nlo = o very veryhandspmc nryhandsQmc erv ervhandspmc
handspmc but Prince AJgMU JgJt Wlihelm Iihcm
the t watat 1 much MOT 1 ime dainty tt and attrac attractive attesedye ¬
dye A Swi h Swiss law W batiste b or mull mullmight auuimight 1 1mlht
might mlht serve e for the th waist t ae w V will U as a any anyof I IoC anyof
of the th soft st silks 1 or o veilings nUag The Te medium mediumHiu Jm JmMl
Ml Hiu 115 calls wil for to three tbre and an onequarter onqurte yards yardsof yardsof
of nlnch Ifl h material mte five fv slaes 13 S to toinches toIncbe 40 40Inches
inches Incbe bust measure measureA mUI
A pattern pt m of this Il may mA be b obtained obtine by byInclosing byInfoq bymilosing
Inclosing Infoq 10 cents in stamps ItaJI and address addressing adre addresslug ¬
lug I Pattern Pter Department De rtmtnt The Washington WashingtonHerald VanhlngtonHerald uhlngton uhlngtonHri
Herald Hri 714 it 31 Fifteenth F1 ntb street northwest northwestgiving northwestgiving
giving number numtr 2647 < m and size slz wanted want
the fourth roart son on who I I Is soon s to marry Jar his htecouain h hcu hiscousin
cousin cu Princess Pr8 Victoria Y1to Alexandra of ofSebloswigHotetetn orbl8vI ofSehleswlgIiolsteln
SebloswigHotetetn bl8vI HGe is 1 not no at t all n good goodlooking goodlooking
looking Iln At A t a a concert c rt given sve in Berlin Berlinlately II Berlinlately
lately lt a Wohtatlgs otUgl Belt Fet F for fo the theSouthwest theStwt theSouthwest
Stwt Southwest African ri troop tr the th entlse entlsecourt enth e ecour ecourt
court cour was a as present p t headed he by the th JSm JSmperor Emparer
peror pr and a Empress K and an several te 1 of o their theirchildren t1elr t1elrbn theirchildren
children bn The T concert et was held bl in I a hall hallboiding baDbll baliholding
holding bll 400ft 40 Before Dfoe the t performance prrOr be began begsa ¬
gsa P a little ltl bell bl rang three times tl It Itwas Itwag
was u the th signal Ignl for the arrival arrivl of the theKaiser theKaiser
Kaiser X and n the th Kalserin Kalrtn Every one on stood stoodup stoodup
u up and ad faced rac the royal rrl box bx Their Thei majes majestic mJ majesties ¬
tic ti ties entered eter bowed bwe and an acknowledged aknwle the theapplause theapluM theapplause
apluM applause of the audience auic and an seated seatedtbenuelve seatedthemselves
themselves tblve then tbn the th people ppe were seated seatedIn seatedIn ted tedIn
In the th boxes bxes to the th right rght and left of the theroyal tMrylge theroyst
royal rylge loge sat t the court crt and an beyond nd the theambassadors theabJdr theambassadors
abJdr ambassadors Uniforms rnlorn and an orders ordrs biased biasedeverywhere bIasedeverywhere
everwh everywhere r but the thJ ladies ldlflS wore wor highneck highneckand highnk highnkan highneckand
and an evening ev lng hats bts or tiaras tas and feathers feathersin fttbers fttbersIn
in th teir their lr hair blr with wlb dresses dr of light Igbt ma material materl materlal ¬
terial terl and an color But It cannot cf ol be b disputed disputedthat dIsputedthat
that tht the German Germn men make mke a a far more morebrilliant mre mrebrilant morebrilliant
brilliant brilant and nd striking trklng appearance appra than the thewomen thewomn thewomen
women The T court curt ladies Jadf were uniformly uniformlyhomely uniformlyhomely
homely hol the general eal unbecomingness unbmlngne of oftheir oftheir
their attire accentuating ctuUng their plainness plainnessof
of feature feture The Kalserin herself hersl te I the theonly theonly
only 0 exception excepton to this thi as she was quite quitethe quitethe quitethe
the handsomest het lady ldy of the co cort irt present presentShe presentShe
She Se has hs snowwhite sawwhle hair hir a dzzM du dnzzllg kg > g pink pinkand pinkend pinkand
and white whie complexion comtltxlon and strikingly fine finefigure ftneft finefigure
figure ft ur The Th Empress Empre wore wor a pale blue bluecloth bluecot bluecoth
cloth cot dress dre trimmed trimme with 1th silver slver and n a atoque atoue atoque
toque toue of dark drk blue velvet trimmed trtm with withhaded wltbhe withshaded
shaded he pale p1 blue feathers It I was wa Indeed Indeedthe indeedthe
the same M hat she e wore re last lst December Decemberwhen Dembr Dembrwhen Decemberwhen
when she went Vent to receive rele the King Kng and andQueen andQun andQueen
Queen Qun of Denmark Dnmrk in Berlin rln She has his a also alsobeen bra brabeen
been b seen sen driving in It I since sine This Thl goes goesto goesto o
to prove that even Empresses Empre 5 do not al 1 ¬
ways wear wer new hats With Wih this becoming becomingand bemtg bemtgIlnd becomingand
and smart smAt costume tume the Kalserin KaIrt had a ahandsome Ahansme ahandsome
handsome hansme dark drk blue carriage coat lined linedwith Inf linedwith
with chinchilla Beautiful Beautifulamong nesutifulamong
wih chinchia Especially Especlal 3autful 3autfulamong
among the uniforms unlrorm is that tht won by b the theSouthwest theSthwesl theSouthwest
Southwest Sthwesl African troops trp The officers officerscoats ofcer ofcercts olficerscosts
coats cts are re heavily h cv I galooned gJne with wih silver silvercords alhercor silvercords
cords cor and tassels tasels across Rcr05 the front Crn white whitethe whif whilehe
the he uniform uniorm Itself itsel for both bth officers ofJeer and andmen ad admen andmen
men is of pearl prl gray < rf cloth with itb blue blu or orcherry oroherry oroherry
oherry high hlb standing stanl collars clArs and the hats hatsare hatsar hatsare
are ar widebrimmed widebrimme soft st gray gy sombreros sombrerosturned sombrerosturne sombrerosturned
turned turne up on one side and fastened with wih a aknot aknot aknot
knot of blue or cherry cher like lke the collars colas In Inact InIct Inact
act Ict all al the soldiers of the German Geran army armythose arm armUos armythose
those Uos in the Berlin Berln garrison grrtrn particularly particularlyare prUcularl
are as gorgeous 10rgoUs as strutting struttng peacocks peacocksand pecoks pecoksan1 peacocksand
and make mko by their magnificent magnfeent ap apoearance apoenrnc speeamnnce
oearance oenrnc tho dowdiness dowttness of the th German Germanwomen Gprmnn Gprmnnorno Gennunwomen
women orno All n the more Ir8 apparent The young youngdaughiir young8ugh youngdaughtir
daughiir 8ugh r of the Kaiser Kllser Princess Prn ess Victoria AlctoriaIx Victoriaoule VictoriaLouIse
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teen ttn was wa made to look still more unat unattrscMve unattrscUe battracive
trscMve by b wefirlng elrlng her hair hr hanging stiff stiffand stilland
and straight s ralsht down hnr oar back blek with wih an ugly uglyhat ugl uglbat uglyhat
hat hat fastened fastael by a rubber band bnd under her herchin herehln herchin
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Tho news of the enormous enorous herring catch catchin catchIn catchin
in the Chesapeake Chesapeke Bay B8 Is offset ofset by b the theInformation theInCormaton theinformation
Information InCormaton from Newlyn Harbor Harbr on the theCornish theCornish theCornish
Cornish const st of the millions miions of mackerel mackerelnow macktrel macktrelnow mackerelnow
now teomlng in the sea se In that vicinity vicinityIn vicinityIn Ienlt IenltIn
In one week between two and three thre mil millions mi mitlions ¬
lions lons were landed and prices price dropped droppedfrom droppedfrom
from 20 B shillings shilngs per hundred to 2 shillings shiings shiingspence
6 pence while hundreds of thousands thousandscould thousnds thousndseould thousandscould
could not be disposed dispsed of Arriving fish fishIng fishIng fishlag
Ing boats reported that their nets sunk sunkto sunkto sunkto
to the bottom with wih the great gret weight of ofthe ofthe otthe
the fish fsh One boat bt on the tie east coast cast of ofCornwall ofCorwal ofCornwall
Cornwall Corwal shot 2S9 t0 i nets and lost all Al but butsixteen butsixtee butsixteen
sixteen sixtee from which the men secured secure over oerli8 overiiaio
16880 li8 fish fsb Such unprecedented ulprecedented catches of ofmackerel ofmckerel ofmackerel
mackerel mckerel and the consequent cnsequent lowering of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the prices price mean ten ruin to some of the Cor Cornish Cr Crnish Cornlsh ¬
nish fishermen fishermenThe fshermen fshermenThe fishermenThe
The Irish International Exhibition Exhibitionwhich Exhibiton Exhibitonwhich Exhibitionwhich
which was ws opened opee by the lord lieutenant lieutenantthe leutennt leutennttho lieutenantthe
the Earl of Aberdeen Abrdeen on May Iay 4 is being beingheld being11eld beingheld
held in the beautiful Herbert Park ParkGrounds Pak PakGrounls ParkGrounds
Grounds Grounls In historic historc Donnybrook flanked flankedby fanked fankedb flankedby
by b the Dodder River Rer and set off by b the thepicturesque t thepicturesque e eplcturesquo
picturesque background of the te Dublin Dublinhills Dubln Dublnhis Dublinhills
hills his The little lttle town so s famous for Its Itsfairs Is Isfairs itsfairs
fairs looked ook6 resplendent reptendent in the May Iay sun sunshine sunln sunshine ¬
shine ln with the gathering crowd of thou thousandsof thousnds thousandsof
sandsof snds of people clad In the gorgeous uni uniforms ur ufliforms ¬
forms of the officers ofcers and the bright brightsmart brlshtsmart brightsmart
smart spring costumes of the ladles ladles The Thevast Theast Thevast
vast ast building buiding was wa packed to its it utmost utmostcapacity utmostcaplcl utmostcapacity
capacity caplcl and was a blaze of o varied Irle color colorCanada colorCanada colorCanada
Canada New Zealand Zealnnt France Frnce Italy ab and andJapan andJapan d dJapn
Japan Japn are represented at this exhibition exhibitionwhile cxhlblwn cxhlblwnwhie exhibitionwhile
while whie the section setion for Irish home and cot cottage cottage cottage ¬
tage industries of which Lady LRd Aberdeen Aberdeenis Aberen AberenIs
is president president has been organized orgnized on a alarge alalS alarge
large lalS and comprehensive scale scaleSAW scalI scalII acal acalI °
Foraker Sourfds 80U ds Warning WarningLest arning arningLest arningLest
Lest Evil Evi Days Come ComeSENATOR ComeSENATOR ComeSENATOR
Ohio Solon in Memorial ICllorlnl Day Ad Address Au Austress 1 1crell ¬
dress crell nt Stcubcnvlllc Taken Tnkel Occn Occnnion Occasioti
nion 101 to Defend Deeu1 Those rJIIC Who ho Differ Differwith Difer DiferI Differvitls
with I I President n ni an to the Proper ProperMethod lroperMethod roler rolerlotho1
Method of Regulating Iegulntng Corporations CorporationsSpatial Corliorntons CorliorntonsSpl CorimrationsSisial
Spatial to The WMhtagtea undO HtrshLStetibenville Hel undOSteubenville
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Stetibenville Stebvie Onto Ohi May Ma 9 3Senator 3SenatorForaker flSenator flSenatorForaker Senator1 Senator1Foraker
Foraker In his hi Memorial Memrial Day Dy address addresshere adress adresshor addresstiers
here hor this afternoon aternn took tk occasion oasion to tosound tosound tosound
sound a veiled vcle warning wing against any possi possibility ppl pplblt pose1billty ¬
bility blt of a a third ti term tem for any ay President PresidentHe PresidentHe I IHe
He said sid in part partWe Irt IrtWe partWe
We have been 1 singularly nglarly fortunate in inalways InAlways Inalways
always having hayin a patriotic ptU libertyloving libertylovingman Ibrtylolng Ibrtylolngman
man in the t1e White Whie House Hou from whom no nodanger nodager nodanger
danger dager of usurpation urJU could culd be b appre apprehended apprennded appreheaded ¬
headed but bt the t time may my come when it itmay I Itma
may 1 ma be different dlf rt A class of an announcements Anounments announcementa ¬
nouncements ounments appearing apprlg in the newt newtpapers new newIprl newspapers
papers Iprl almost daily daly prompts prmp9 the mention mentionof metl metloC
of one oe of o the th greatest gretes but bt least lest appre appreciated apP appreelated ¬
elated eat abuses abs of powerthe power prostitution prostitutionof plUuUo plUuUoof
of public pbli patronage p tmn ge For an a unscrupu unscrupulous unsrupu unsrupuI unserupulens ¬
lens I Executive Bxeutlv If we should shold ever evr be b so sounfortunate s srortnte sounfortunate
unfortunate rortnte M to have one the appointing appointingpower appointingpwer appointingpower
power pwer is 1 a dangerous weapon wepn with wih which whichta whichto
ta enforce ofoe his b will il on o not only unwill unwilling unwl unwilllag ¬
lag members mmbr of other departments deprtments of the thegovernment theg thegovernment
g government vonmet but upon upn all who make makepobito mae maepl makepublic
public pl sentiment sentimentClinnce lenU sentimentChinnce nt ntChnnce
Clinnce of Evil Ihl Day DayWe DnyWe DaysWe
We cannot ennt hope hp to t always alwa escape mis misfortune mllfOtu misfortune ¬
fOtu fortune We must mu therefore thefoe reckon reckonagainst Jkjn JkjnAlm reckonagainst
against Alm the possibilities plbllUf and a among mng them themto themI themis
to I always awa the te chance ehane that evil evl days daYJ may mayovertake mayeke mayovertake
eke overtake us in that tt respect r t as a they have havealways ha havealways t
always 1 overtaken overtake other oth natons nations We have havean haeAi havean
an Ai object oJt lesson I ecsonlnthe tirthe 1e experience eperlent8 of Mex Mexico Mexlee Ix IxI ¬
lee I Sh Se She Is If probably pbly more prosperous pC81rOUS and andkappy andaPY andhappy
happy aPY under unr Diaz Da than thn she 8b could culd be b under underanybody underaayMr underanybody
anybody aayMr elw eM for he is II one oe of the most mostMNUvekras mn mostissarvelotis t tJe
MNUvekras Je and most mt successful sDeful of the theworlds theworids
worlds 8 rulers rol but M J far fa at least llt as the thecboka th theble thechoice
choice eble of her r President Plt to I concerned concernedMexico cc concernedlexleo rned rned1ex
Mexico 1ex is I NO J lnge longer a republic repubic except exceptin exceptl exceptIn
in l name nameThe nameThe
The average Yr5 American mn scouts Its the idea ideaof ideaof
of any y such nb danger dager for u u us but bt the aver average Atra average ¬
age a American Amricn is I so 1 totally b occupied ope with withhis wih withhis
his 1 own at agalrs alr8 that tt he h does d not nt fully fullyrealize ful fullyrealize
realize rUa how many and an bow bw dangerous dnerou arc arcthe arcthe arcthe
the abuses Au of power powerThe pwer pwerTe powerThe
The Te intelligent Intemlent thinking thiking men of this thisgreat thist thisgreat
great t republic rubc will wi not nt allow alo a repetition repetitionhere t repetitionhere ptln ptlntre
here tre of the Mexican Xtxean precedent p nt Any man manwhom manwho manwhom
whom who they shall place in power may well welltrust 111truat welitrust
trust them to nam name his successor and if ifhe Ithe ifhe
he should not they would OUlf find a way to toimpress toImpretlll toImpress
impress on him that they are re sovereign sovereignand sovereignand sovereignand
and that he should be content to trust trustthem tru8tthem trustthem
them them as they have trusted him himTouched himroucltell himFouclies
Touched on Trusts TrnstnSenator TrnOlt5t TrustsSenator
Senator 5t < Foraker took occasion also to todefend todefend todefend
defend those who differ with President PresidentRoosevelt P PresidentRoosevelt ent entRQoMwlt
Roosevelt as to the proper methods of ofregulating ofre ofregulating
regulating re trusts and railroads railroadsAre railroadsANt railroadsAte
Are we to confuse policies and meth method IMtboda inethads ¬
oda ads od he asked and nd failing to distin distinguish dlttUnpt disUngulch ¬
gulch pt between w them forget that the one onemay oney onemay
may y be favored and the other condemned condemnedwithout condemned1thout condemnedwithout
without any ny inconsistency and lack of offidelity offtdellty offidelity
fidelity to the principle involved Diver Divergent DlverKftIt Divergent ¬
gent view TIe arouse discussion and discus discussion ditICUIIston discusdon ¬
sion don insure Intelligent Intell nt conclusions Yet YetIt YetIt Yetit
It Is becoming an everyday occurrence > to tohear tobear tohear
hear and read expressions of impatience impatiencenot
not only because somebody y insist upon upontime upontime upontime
time for consideration but also because becauseof
of constitutional restraints that interfere interferewith intnfefewith interferewith
with freedom of action coupled coupl not un unfreqnently unlffIuently Unfrequently
frequently with 1th suggestions that no great greatharm greatbarm greatharm
harm would be done if m In this or that or orthe orthe orthe
the other particular case they should be bedisregarded bedlregarded bedisregarded
disregarded disregardedThe dlregardedThe disregardedThe
The Senator Insisted that great t care careshould cartpboukl careshouid
should be taken to enact no legislation legislationthat leldsilltionthat legislationthat
that would confuse eonru e or Intermingle the thepowers thepowers thepowers
powers of the three thr separate departments departmentsof
of the government gO8IDJIttntthe the legislative IIIathe the theexecutive theexecutiTe theexecutive
executive and nd the judicial He con continued canUaued eontinned ¬
tinned UauedPutt
Full Protection of Law InvrThe IR IRThe LawThe
The great primary purpose pur of our Con Constitution Constitution Constitutlon ¬
stitution Is not only onl to give the people peoplein
in their collective capacity control of oftheir Iftheir oftheir
their own affair aftaira but to secure to every everycitizen eencIU3eD everycitlien
citizen no matter how humble he may maybe ma mabe maybe
be the ltun ull protection prot UOIl of law in the th en enjoyment enjorment enjoment ¬
joyment of all the rights ri hts and privileges privilegesof pr1n pr1nof
of his citizenship This in h the very nr spirit spiritand spiritand spiritand
and essence eNe of our Institutionsequality Institutionsequalityof
of right equality of protection and andequality aMfQUAIIl andequality
equality of opportunity These are fun fundamental Cunda fundamental ¬
damental da ntal rights of which no man Is to tobe tobe tobe
be deprived except by b due process s of law lawand Javand lawand
and the law la is merciful
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