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The President and Favorite l 1ortte Sons Sensfine Sonsn
fine I n nc of the most interesting of recent recentpolitical rPCeDtIjitktl rocentrhuiiI
political developments is i President Pre intlt Roose Roosel
lt l t s apparent change of attitude toward towardtni towardfn
fn t tni favoriteson movement When the tbetory thetlJIY thetiy
tory of the insidious fivemillkmdoluir fivemillkmdoluirirspiacy ftvemIlUondoilarrl flvemilhIonddflarpIacy
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in i 1 Addition to buying legislatures I aturs politi politiil
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tal > d 1 waters through the bringing out of ofvarious ofrius ofIriruS
various rius candidates candldat backed by the con conv conntlln eonvifl
v vifl UMI delegations of their respective respectivei respectivetatg
i tH tatg < s Friends of the administration administrationthroughout admb administrationt etraUon etraUontL
throughout tL t I ighout hout the country were given en to toui ton touii
ui uii n i rtand r < tandthat that the President viewed viewedu vI wtCI wtCIuh
u uh < h plans wHh extreme disfavor and andipporters andprfrrs nd ndrrJrttfS
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Xntor f < rntor tcr Knox and Representative R blttve Can Cwinmhave Cannn Canw
nmhave nn w n han been braaded b acIed formally formall with withtiie withfj1e withtii
tiie tii Presidential Preofl aJ O K K and public men menn
n touch with the White House HOU8hav HOU8havat hav havtMfii have havebn
tMfii at some pains to create the 1m 1mriBFion Imrr tinr
rr r riBFion r < ssion Fion that no foundation Mists for forth forth fort
th t holief that Mr r Roosevelt Is deter deteriioa deterd deteretI
iioa etI d to place all his bl eggs in the Taft TaftWhether TrtWhether TaftA
A t Whether these developments developmentsdue
< r due d I Je to the criticism criUc llm of what some somer IOmen3
r < ns n conceived to be an attempt on onh onn onpart
n h part pa rt of the President to dictate the thetion theIion theof
> Iion > tion of his successor or to some someTliT lODerirf
TliT 1 r cause ra t is not important The point pointthat pointlliat pointthat
that apparently favorite sons if ifcan Iff Ify
f > y can justly ju lay claim to a dteposi dteposiT
T J TO uphold what are known as the theRMSf theR theTh
RMSf R Th 5 nElt volt policies will not necessarily in inth Inth IntIo
th tIo displeasure of the Executive by byT byvraIlnl byrraz
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j t > s for the nomination nominationM
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f it is i that the Knox boom which al alviv alhad alV
viv V had assumed very consideraMe consideraMeIip conatderableFrprtlons conalderahleirp
Iip Frprtlons rtions continues to show a healthy healthyKiwth MaltbyglI1 healthygivth
Kiwth Although la I touch with domi domij
j nt 1 it I financial influences the Pennayl PennsylSenator PennaylS
Senator S ° nator Is not open to the charge chargeng char charng chargeng
> ng a reactionary Ills 111 record as asATfney asn asT
ATfney n T riP ny General al < is an fl effective weapon weaponf weaponfenie
f d Kfense feMe Furthermore FurtMrm although b he hemade bemade hemade
> made no public declaration with ref refi refto
i < to the tariff rlff it Is asserted 8IIIlrt by hit hitwl1 hisTyIs
nds that he favors revision ViloD by the thetx tb tbxt theSxtytirst
tx Sxtytirst xt ty rirst Congress C or at least Is willing willingh
t h t revision be attempted alt mpted by that body bodyuming bodyuming bodyrning
uming rning that it will contain a majority majorityRepublicans majorltyRppubUcans majorityflpubllcans
Republicans Thus he b Is removed fromranks from fromranks froma
a > ranks of the unchangeable stand stondritfr standtr standI
I ritfr ttr tr which with conditions tIon as they theyr
T r at a t present Is unquestionably another anotherpint UIOlberpfnt anotherr
pint r tnt in his favor favorspite favorplte favorspite
spite plte of Senator Hopkins recent receati fecestitratloa recentration
i itratloa ration that Mr Cannon has h lees a Rr aU aY
r U < light on the tariff tari < and that the therates theljgfY theI
I ljgfY rates do not appear as a sacred sacredhim aacredt sacredhini
t him now as formerly Uncle Joes Joesrpilar Joesrpllar Joesr
rpilar r r ilar strength t qth Is still an unknown unknownantity unknownantity unknowntity
antity tity and must t remain so until he heiini heLifplf heri
Lifplf iini ri plf 1t says sa something IOmethln definite on the theifstion theIItioJO
ifstion 4 t fl of revision No standpatter will willTC willnOminated
TC 1 nominated next year unless s we are arern lUol ra rariatiy
rn riatiy l > < i ally mistaken mistakeniv ml mistakenHughes taken takenBUChes
iv Hughes continues to appeal force forcefily forcehy forcef
fily f ly to the people Vice President Fair Fairbanks FalrInkt Fairhp ¬
banks hp s according to more than one ob obfrvpr Db Dbffwr Obrvr
> frvpr rvr Is not as a strong Btioii DO now as he WM WMtw wastw W55I
tw I W < > or three months ago the Taft boom boomlas boomh4
las h4 1 not been received ved with any marked markedgrpe mark markd markedof
d > > < grpe grp of enthusiasm except in Ohio Ohiot Ohiofnalor Ohiotcnator
tcnator t fnator Foraker iwems to be out of the tberunning th thFl1ning theruining
running and andsv so one might go on through throughh tbrou tbrout
t th h list The latest favorite son is iss lanator ist
s t nator La Follette who is of the Hughes Hugheskind Hu Hugheskind bes beskind
kind and has been commended by Mr MrHryan lrJyan r ryan
Hryan yan The movement in his bl behalf may mayafply mayi j ji
i safely expected to toTII grow STOWIn
Tn short hort the political woods are full of offavorite offar1rlte offavrrite
favorite eons but across the path pathilng pathl
ilng 1 ng which each Is attempting to get out outinto outmtl outmci
into the th oym there looms the shadow shadowf shado shadowPresident
0 < > f President Roosevelt himself Marked MarkedrTtiment Xarkfdn
rTtiment r n ntlment t i ment for his renomlnation continues continuesto
to t be in evidence and it te is both interest interesting Interting Interestifl ¬
ing ifl and significant that the promised promisedf promledrmal
f rmal reiteration of his declaration not notaept notI
I aept aq a cpt > pt another nomination hue not been beenf bnrthfomlnc
f incoming t and that ut so far ae the theI thefliI
I fliI I ie is aware Senator Bournes Bourne per perM peront pernt
ont M rt talk of a second elective term termelicited termfJicited terms
s elicited no rebuke rebukeAn rebuken rebuketn
An tn n Alabama AI man has been sentenced sentencedti Hale eed eedt
ti t t the penitentiary for stealing < a peek of ofa of1plls ofip1es
a 1plls I pies If the courts bad proceeded as ast asLfY asdo
t LfY fy do when a railroad is charged with withi Ith Ithl
i l kiting be undoubtedly undoubtedl would have been beenfn beenfrd beetsf
fn frd f rc1 < i the peelings and If It were a very veryaggravated YeIT1ggraated veryaggravated
aggravated case perhaps per the tbep1 core cores a aIt as ascP
cP p1 p1It 1 1It
It is reported that the Kaisers fourth fourthfm foUrthf fourthtfl
f fm > n is s being coaaid considered ted seriously M a acandidate amdidate aandirlat
candidate andirlat for the Hungarian throne to tosucceed tolj totccced
succeed lj tccced 2ted Emperor Francis Joseph J ph As
the young man was born on the Fourth Fourthof Fourthof Fourthof
of July there Is no tolling tollln what good goodfortune goodforlune goodfortune
fortune may be In store for him himIf himIt 1dmIf
If Uncle S Sam in has hA a lid at liberty it itought Itought itought
ought to be put on the BrownevlHe BrownevlHesquabble Brown81I1esquabble Brownsvillesquabble
squabble and screwed down tight and andfast andrUL andfasL
Obliteration of Local Plague Spots SpotsMany Spotslanr SpotsMany
Many lanr residents of the Capital doubt doubtless doubtIe doubtless ¬
less will be shocked by b Mr 11 W C Dodges Dodgesstatements Dodgesstatements Dodgesstatements
statements concerning concrnln Washington WA h ton slums slumswhich lIumawh5eh slumiwhich
which appear in a communication printed printedelsewhere printedelMwhre printedelsewhere
elsewhere in todays today issue of The Wash Washington WallJtIngton WashIngton ¬
ington Herald Most to t of us are so accus accustomed ace acetolM aecustoined ¬
tomed to thinking only of th the beautiful beautifulpleasing beAumulpleutng beautifulpleasing
pleasing and artistic artl Uc features of the thecity thecity thecity
city that we are disagreeably affected by byreminders b breminders byreminders
reminders that such features eatulH are not uni universal uftief88I univernal ¬
vernal And that that despite our magnificent magnificentarray mAfntftcentarra magufitcentarray
array arra of governmental and business bu in build buildings buUtlInp buildins ¬
ins our countless c untlea handsome residences residencesour
our attractive parks par And our wellpaved wellpavedtreeshaded wellpavedtreelbaded wellpavedtreeshaded
treeshaded streets and ivenue there are aresections areecUous re reHCUODI
sections of Washington Wa bln < ton just as ugly uI awl awlas udas andas
as dangerous from the sanitary stand standpoint > tandpoint taadpoint
point as the purlieus purlieus of Any of the huge hugecommercial hu hucommercbl hugecommercial
commercial cities of the land landIt lndItlIs landIt
It ItlIs 1s to be hoped that Mr Dodges Dod e com communication communication cornmunicatlon ¬
munication will set the people or the theDistrict theDltltr1ct theDistrict
District to thinking of the discreditable discreditableconditions dlleredltabkfeondltloDII tICTedItbIeconditions
conditions which he describes and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be get on foot a a movement movementwhich m fetMtllwblch movementwhich
which will bring about whatever batenr action te teessential IIINHnUal isemontlal
essential to complete reforms It appears appearsthat appealllthat appearsthat
that the special committee appointed by bythe b buie bytn
the uie tn District Commissioners to investi investigate InveetJlBte Inveetigate ¬
gate insanitary inltar alleys te making an excel excellent excellenl exceltent ¬
lent start uart In the right rl bt direction but of ofcourse ofCOUr8e ofcouiae
course the scope of Its U work is more or orless orh orless
less restricted and many doubtless will willagree willagree 111 111a
agree a with Ith Mr Dodge Dod In the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that the enactment of o a comprehensive comprehensivelaw
law by Congress COII te necessary necessaryThe neceuarrThe necenasryThe
The subject te one to which those re regardful reo reogardful regardfui ¬
gardful of the best interests of the Cap CapHal CapItal Capital
Ital may well w 1I give ve their careful attention attentionLet attenl attentionLet on onut
Let the best Democrat lead says saysMr saysMr 18 18I
I Mr > r Bryan In the meantime the tbei free freeforall freeforall
i forall fight ght to determine who is the best bestDemocrat bestDemocrat bestDemocrat
Democrat will 11I be continued continuedA
A t lcw Words ords on Weather WeatherAnd WontlicrMitt onther ontherAnd
And so yesterdayraw cold drinly drinlyand drlabami driaslyand
and soggy ItOS soggywas Iwas was the weather mans maD idea ideaof Ideaof
of a fit and proper beginning rml for June Junetime JUfttI JunOtime
time was it Overcoats eannutfs hot kotbricks hot1H1e1iC hotbricks
I bricks and chest protectors Pneumonia Pneumoniagerms PMumonlaI Pneumoniagerms
I germs prowling prown around and grip rip micro microseekfn microbes mlcrobeleektn microbesseeking
seekfn seeking < whom bom they might devour Dab BahSubtle DabSubtle DabSubtle
Subtle scientists ielis may know what 1It has hascaused bucaueed baacaused
caused this backward weather The men menof menof
of the Service do not know says y Prof ProfWillis Profntbl FretWIllis
Willis ntbl Moore of the Weather Bureau and andcontinues andcontinues JMl JMlCOiItln
continues continuesit COiItln COiItlnIt
it to not tre trwe that I Ute h re rtraagM ss prise UIII andI
1 61 H not shy when Speaker sjeer Cannon losfMted that thattt tllatIf ttwe
tt we rooM not vratecv scr t better snide of weather weatherit
it srieM t kr a hfaaM0 < to rat off o Uw apcmptatfea apcmptatfeaAt aesasist ees eesAs
At A to the oBKMORtbirBM IIMNIIIDI of c the weather w wknow we wet weknow
know th t That along the upper u tr lilt of the thenorthern theuem tinanthem
northern hcmfephm as tile maps sg are tattX 1Ia then thenha thftwe tintshew
hew ha we e been a tatewetoo IU of hifhpremn aiwa with witha
a KoccewioB of Iow lowpwwor eMws 7551 in the tooth toothK IOUtJtIt tstbIt
It Is certain that when thee dterP to an area of hisS 111IIIJftB hisSIere hte htepremie
premie m ill the north northweather DOlt tailed b dear aM cold colliWft coldwesthtr
weather and an area of towpman te the tileUtat antIS toolhthat antISthat
that the cold ah 5 trim the north to sntoc tsin to toton totawxd mft mfttoward
toward the sooth with IhCb men iacb force forcewith forftnul hereThe
The nul naly WI that atesrc1ea inse noticed IIOtieIItwitJa noticedvhs
with ra ftJIIr4 i4 to m spots Is that their tMtrand frequency frequencyand froqomeyand
and the taioner of d rtectKHsanette fIect 1e Monss on tile tbeKB tileecth theerth
ecth icceesee It and drone nkaMoeoty 0 0eJednI Masy Masyas
KB spot ota Bean MDJ eKHiii oteotioeaNnttir SM n iHIe tie rtonw otce otceTut or orMwhMcei rdilturba
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Tut tut likewise pooh pooh All of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that sounds very fine no doubt NPre8 NPre8sure Pres Pressure Pressure ¬
sure here and pressure Pl lur yonder MeIee MeIeetro elec electromagnetic electromajnetlc ¬
tromagnetic tro tlc storms and sun spots spotsindeed 1IPOtaIndefll spotsindeed
indeed What we want to know Is teWhere IsWhere isWhere
Where does winter Inter get t off and summer summerget BUmmeret summerget
get et on Do we e have any y June apples this thteyear lblayear thisyear
year or do we take taJl it out m In snowball ao snowballsIs snowballIc ba1 ba1I
Ic I the June bride heM to be served frappe and andthrough andIs andis
Is It to be tile 70 young mans fancy to 80 80tbrouP gothrough
through summer elad In raincoat and andmuffler andmwnerT andmutter
muffler Are June days to be so rare that thatthey tMtth thatthey
they th y are raw ra1 Are lit straw atra hats peeka peekaboos peek peekboo8 peekaboos
boos and kindred articles altkl of wearing rl ap apparel ap appaNI apperot ¬
parel to sink into a state of innoc innocdesuetude Innocuous Innocuousdesuetude Innocuousdesuetude
desuetude Are picnic plcn to be mere m mries memo memom memories >
ries and fishing < expeditions to be forgot forgotIs torptTb
Is the foolthatrockstheboat to have no noopportunity JtOopportunity noopportunity
opportunity opportunityIf
If the weather man can furnish no sat satisfactory atIffactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory answers to these questions we weshall Wesball w wshall
shall give to Uncle Joni JoP suggestion suggestionthat eIItlonthat suggestionthat
that serious attention attenUonJt ft undoubtedly de deserves de deserves doserves ¬
serves Here we have been fooling along alongthrough alOllSthroU8b alongthrough
through two and a half months moot of alleged allegedspring alle8edblcb allegedspring
spring which blcb in reality baa been made madeover ma maoypr mad madover
over winter nIB te June according to tothe tothe tothe
the calendar and the almanac Time was wasvrhen Waswhen waswhen
when thoee ancient and honorable institu institutions jn Institutions llu llutlons ¬
tions were held in high bl < h esteem When Whenthey Wbenthey Whenthey
they said spring prin aprina was right there thereWhen tb68When thereWhen
When they said fair and even tempera temperature temperature temperatore ¬
ture good time to plant garden rden rdenplanted ssss sssssass mmSam
sass was planted forthwith Ak Ala those thosehappy uoehappy thosehappy
happy bygone bi ne days daysUnlet dapUnlds daysUnlets
Unlet tbe weather clerk speedily gets getsbusy getsbusy ets etsbue
busy bue and reforms this country can do donothing donotJd donothing
nothing notJd better than go back to the aI aInac almause alma almanac
nac and the calendar They were a great greatdeal Prelltdeal greatdeal
deal cheaper and Dd they didnt make M Mpoint a apoint apoint
point of doing do6D curious stunts just to tooIL show showjolt showott
jolt oIL
Good morning JllCKal Is it coM enough for foryou foryou or oryou
Our Oversea Altruism AltruismMr Altruismlr titruismMr
Mr Taft ought ou bt to b be our Secretary for fortbe forthe forthe
the Colonies instead of It mere War Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary His heart Is in the American cole colonial coIonialpolie coleuiaI ¬
nial nialpolie policy and our subject people have haveno haveDU haven
no n stancher ta eher more loyal friend than he heIn heIn heIn
In eeason and out of season we might mightalmost mtghtalmost mightalmost
almost say he pleads for neglected popu populations pOpulatlona ppuiationa ¬
lations and faroff races he Is the moat moateffective iost iostegective t telecUve
effective and convincing eonviMI defender def of our ourcolonial oureolontal oureolonlai
colonial enterprii enter enterprises The problems of ofcolonial otcolonial ofcolonial
colonial government ernnHnt are at his finger fingertips ftngertlpe lingertips ¬
tips nothing comes easier than to set up upami upand upand
and restore shaky and eruptive govern governments pvernnta governmeats ¬
meats mentsXr meatsMr nta i ifr
Xr Tafts Important share hare In the mak making makIng mac macIng ¬
ing of our colonial policy Icy lends unusual unusualweight uBonalw unusualweight
weight w t to the justification of that policy policyattempted pollerattempted policyattempted
attempted by him in his h SL St Louis speech speechIn apeechIn speechIn
In a comprehensive review of the colonial colonialsituation eoioDlalsituation colonialsituation
situation he discards altogether altOlJ lh < the plea pleaby pleaby
by 1 which it hitherto has been sought l ught to todefend todefend todefend
defend the acquisition of subject territo territories terrttorieltnamtly territorisenamely ¬
ries rieltnamtly namely that of material advantage advantageand advantageand advantageand
and financial recompense recompe recompenseand and ad presents presentsour preeen presentsour l lour
our expansion movement in the light of ofan ofaft ofan
an exhibition of pure altruism He ex examines examines oxamines ¬
amines the figures showing an Increase of oftrade oftrade oftrade
trade with lth each one of our colonial pos possessions pG814II8i0na poesessions ¬
sessions and setting tUn them over against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Immense expenditures Incurred by the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States in conquest conqu t and in annual annualoutlay annualoutlay annualoutlay
outlay for the support of a colonial estab establishment e establishment tab tabUshment ¬
lishment concludes that the increase in inbusiness Inbualnftls Inbusiness
business is not at all commensurate with withthe withthe withthe
the expenditure Our military occupation occupationof oecupt oecuptof
of the Philippines Pblllppl for example costs coetan us usan usan
an annual sum of foOOOOOO whereas the theincrease theIncrease theIncrease
increase of our trade with ith the Philippines Philippineshas Philippinesbu Philippineshas
has been eft but J13080000 For this paltry paltrytrade paUltra paltrtrade
trade tra we paid Id 0000000 OOO I to buy the archi archipelago arcblpeJao archlpotage ¬
potage laid out 1iO 110069000 1lOOPi f OOO In the conquest noroiuestof O fJuost fJuostof
of the rebellious inhabitants and are areyearly areyearlT areyearly
yearly expending over OV r 5000000 to main maintain maintain mainthin ¬
tain them in subjection Porto Rico Ricohowever mcohoweer Ricohowever
however makes makes a much better showing showingand soowlngand showingand
and so does Cabs Co which we do not own ownat ownat ownat
at any an 5 rate not formally Thus Mr Ir Taft Taftte TaftIs TaftIs
Is forced to admit us do the colonial colonialsecretaries oolonlalretarles colonialsecretaries
secretaries retarles of some other nations which whichnave whlebbAye whIchhave
nave gone into the expansion biteinees 11H85 for forwhat forhat forwhat
what hat there was 8 in it that eokmtes eokMt do not notpay aotpa7
pay payOur pa7real
Our real recompense rec mpeHH Mr Tuft would wouldhave wotddhave wouldhave
have us believe b e te In a Uw cantintttag cantintttaggratitude continuinggratitude
I gratitude of the th people whom we have haveI
aided our true reward in the pleasure pleasureof
of pushing the cause of civilisation On Onaltruistic OnaUrntlc Onaltruistic
altruistic ground our colonial secretary secretaryfeels ecretar ecretarreels secretaryfeels
feels safe fe and so do we e We have done donemuch donemuch donemuch
much for the peoples over whom our oursway our8a7 oursway
sway extends and we have some right to tofeel tofeel tofeel
feel proud of it It Mr Bryan thinks thai thaias tbataa thatas
as colonists they are worse on oft than we wewere wewere wewere
were before we threw off the yoke of ofBritain oCBritain ofBritaIn
Britain but even he does not hesitate to tosay toJlfy tosy
say that that they the are immeasurably better betteroff betteroft betteroff
off now no than under Spanish despotism despotismIf
If a colonial policy can be defended at atall atall atall
all it can be better defended on altruistic altruisticgrounds aJtrul8t1eground altruisticgrounds
grounds than any other for to the senti sentimental entlmental sentimental > ¬
mental side of f the American people that thatdefense thatc1etetllie thatdefense
defense makes a strong appeal appealApparently appealApparently ppealAppretltlr
Apparently San Francisco te seeking 1Mk1 to toI tolocate tolocate
I locate her honest men by the proceM of ofelimination oCoItmioatlOB ofeliminatIon
elimination oItmioatlOBThc
The Nosy tl in the Swim SvlmA SwimA SwimA
A little Jltu lltU knowledge te a dangerous da daand thing thingand thingand
and hasty deductions often lead to erro erroneous erroneous erieneous ¬
neous conclusions Even Eye ven the worm of the theearly theearly theearly
early bird often proves to be rather more morethan morethan morethan
than tough and if the officers of 0 the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States navy had only waited until untilthe unUItbe untilthe
the full facts faet became known they would wouldhave wouldhave OU1d OU1dhave
have been n spared the anxiety and worry worrywhich worrywhich onJ onJwhlcb
which their brother officers of the army armyhave arIDhave armyhave
have experienced aa a result of the orders ordersrecently or erarecenUy ordersreeentiy
recently Issued In regard to the tests testsof t tof testsof
of skill kill in horsemanship horsemanshipThere bonemaDlhlpThe horsemanshIpThere
There The te not not we v fully futiJ believe the slight slightest slighteat t teIIt ¬
est danger da er of tbe naval officers being beingcompelled belqcompelled beingcompelled
compelled to shovel coal against time Ume or orto orto orto
to compete in rowing < races with their theirjuniors lbetrJunlon theirjuniors
juniors All that to to be required Is an anexamination anexamination anexamination
examination in swimming for those thosereaching e ereachh i ireaching
reaching reachh the grade of admiral and even eventhte eventhis eventhis
this is to b bfI neither strenuous nor dill difficult dillculL dlfllcult ¬
cult The department does not require requireits requireIts requireIts
its hag officers to be Leanders Lea den or Lord LordByrons LordBylOnll LordIlyrons
Byrons or even to rank with the second secondorder IeeOndOIder secondorder
order of natatorial experts as hitherto hithertorepresented blthertorepresented hithertorepresented
represented by Cspt Boyton Boy ton and Capt CaptWebb CaptWebb CaptWebb
Webb The examination e mlna on it to said saidis saidIs
is to be simply a test of the ability of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the candidate to swim two miles IK I the theordinary theordinary theordinary
ordinary wayon way his stomach to return returnthe returnthe returnthe
the same me distance swimming < on his b back backand back backand backand
and then to tread water for a period of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
thirty minutes mlnut with his hands clasped claspedabove elupedabove claspedabove
above hte hi head and nd without permitting permittingthe <
the water ater to enter his mouth This n with withi withpreyIous withprevious
i previous experience and training should shouldnot OUldnot shouldnot
not be a difficult feat featI teaLAa feat4t1
I As will be seen this tb order will not work worksuch workuch worksuch
such uch hardship on the navy as did its pred predecessor prede piedeceosor ¬
ecessor on the army ann The Infantry lDfantr7eer osl oslcer o ocer
cer has not been furnished a horse nor norhas norhaI norhas
has he had the ability to keep up JaIl hteriding JaIlrtdin hisriding
riding < after graduation while his brother brotherof brotberoC breheof
of the navy has benor should have havebeen bavebeena havebeen
been beena a veritable Island land of opportunity opportunitycompletely Opportunit7eompJetely opportunitycompletely
completely surrounded urrou ded as are all alllsJanda alllsJandaby islands islandsby Islandsby
by water A modern expensive expenaheshould fleet fieetshould fleetshould
should not be deprived of its commander commanderby
by the accidental upsetting u of a boat t and andthe udthe andthe
the gangway 7 ought not not through the care careless care careIHB canless ¬
less handling bandl of a manrope be tuned tunedInto tv tvInto turnedInto
Into a path of glory that leads but to the thegrave theve thegrave
grave graveSo graveliti ve
So it appears that thattbls this step which rumor rumorsays rumorlaYS rumorsays
says Is contemplated by the authorities authoritiescan author1t1eacan
can hardly as has been charged be con considered conldem considered ¬
sidered due to a desire to delay promo promotions promoUona promolions ¬
lions In the already congested hump of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the upper grades dM of the service II Rather Ratherit RatherIt
it must m t be regarded as an effort to re reward re reward reward ¬
ward those oncers who have made the themost themoet themost
most of ther the r marine surroundings and andto andto
to separate them from their slothful and andprocrastinsting andprocrutlnaU andprocrastInatIng
procrastInatIng companions who have havehung bavebuac havehung
hung their clothes cloth in then th 1r corklined corklinedenameled eolktlntenameled corklInedenameled
enameled bath rooms and like the classic classiclittle claallelittle ciuelelittle
little maid of the hickory limb have Jaot Jaotaone not aotgone notgone
gone near the water waterRobert waterlebert waterRobert
Robert Plgg of Topeka Kaas alter alterbeing Itwbei Stm Stmbeing
being bei acquitted sixteen UmM times was finally finallyconvicted IMIIJeonW finallyconvictod
convicted eonW of lareeft larceny Mxtcam to one te teforever JafOftTer Isforever
forever bobbing up to some term In InThe InK InIM inKansas
K Kansas KansasThe
The Pittsburt Board of Trade has re resolved Jt JtsoIYed insolved ¬
solved to double the population of that thatcity tbatcltl thatcity
city during < the next tea years Of course coursewe eounewe coursewe
we are all expected to watch Pittsburgh Pittsburghsmoke PIttIIburIsmoke Ptttaburgssmoke
smoke smokeHot smokeHot smokeHot
Hot tomandjerry has h not been looked lookedupon lookedupon lookedOlson
upon heretofore as an especially accepta acceptable acceptable acceptshis ¬
ble substitute for the th June julep This Tblaan te tean isan
an era of precedent smashing smubl however howeverThe howeverThe howeverThe
The Loll Angeles Ancel Times Is mistaken mistakenwhen mIItakeftwhen mistakenwhen
when It says that people are forgetting forgettinghow forpttblghow forgettinghow
how to laugh la It Is a long < time between betweenMarry betwebHam betweenIlarry
Marry Lehrs however howeverKing howeverKine howeverKing
King Edward recently appeared at the theraces theraces theraces
races dressed In brown derby gray suit suitpink suitpink uit uitpink
pink shirt bright blue necktie ktle and tan tanshoes tanaboes tanshoes
shoes says a contemporary And yet yetpome letOme yetsome
some people have the nerve JK to refer to the thePresident 1MPre thePresident
President of the United States as a akaleidoscopic aJIaleldoecoplc akaleidoscopic
kaleidoscopic Individual IndividualThe IndlTtdual IndlTtdualThe IndividualThe
The Charleston News and Courier de declares cJe cJedares dodares ¬
dares dares that the story of the Mecklenberg MecklenbergDeclaration eckleabeqDe ecklenbergDeclaration
De Declaration laratlon of Independence Is purely a amyth amytb amyth
myth That paper appears to believe that thatNorth thatNorth thatNorth
North Carolinas undisputed claim to be being be belog ¬
log the birthplace blrthpla of Uncle Joe Cannon Cannonte Cannpn CannpnIs Camsnis
Is glory enough for one State StateHaving StateHavlnA Statehaving
Having invaded a Chicago packing packinghouse pacltlqboue packinghouse
house Gen Kuroki doubtless doubtl understands understandsnow
now y that there tM are even worse things than thanAre thanar thanwar
war ar
Are the statesmen and speechmakers speechmakersbent speechsaltersbent fta ftant
bent nt upon leaving 1et the college graduates graduatesnothing greduatesnothing tes tesIn
nothing in the way 1 of pruWemsto problems to solve 8011elbla solvethis solvethte
this commencement commencementThe commencementThe commencementThe
The per capita t distribution of wealth m mthis In Inthl Inthis
this thl country te reported to be U1t 131k Ui The Thefact Thefact Thefact
fact that John D Rockefeller has cor cornered cornered roenorM ¬
nered the vast majority of the per caps capssomewhat capIIOIDewhat capssomewhat
somewhat detracts from the thejoy exceeding exceedingjoy exceedingjoy
joy that this item naturally might tt be beexpected beexpected beexpected
expected to arouse arouseThe aronlMTbe arouseThe
The President ought oo < ht not to denounce denouncepersons denouncept18On8 denouncepersons
persons as fakers merely because WIt th th4 th4claim they theyclaim < y yclaim
claim to have seen things thin undreamed of ofin ofIn ofin
in his philosophy Any one claiming clalmln to toremember toremember toremember
remember a a June day da like yesterday yesterdaymight yetlterdayml yesterdaymight
might ml < ht heretofore heretoro have been suspected suspectedof 1JtIpectedoC
of rank prevarication prenrlcatlODfIIDd and yet t there it itEvery Itwaa itsas
waa sas
Every house barn and woodshed in a aMinnesota aMlnftetlOta aMineesOta
Minnesota town fe to be painted green greenThat 8ftenTut greenThat
That te almost M t enough to tot tempt the thel Irish Irishcitizens lushcitisens b bcttlHDs
citizens to celebrate by pain paintIng tiny the thetown thetown thetown
town red redAmong redAmon redAmong
Among Amon other things California now nowcomes nowC0tne8 nos noscomes
comes forward with the meanest t man n in inthe IDthe Inthe
the country A bridegroom of that State State1s StateI StateIs
1s I accused of forcing his bride to eat all alltbe aUtIM allthe
tIM biscuits lJI culls she bakes bakesOhio bakesOhio bakesOhio
Ohio Democrats Hopeful says a aheadline aheadline aheadline
headline in the Baltimore Sun It has hasbeen haaI hasbeen
been I a long time since they were pie piefull piefull piefull
full however howeverThe bowevelThe howeverThe
The case of Dampsklbsactreseskabet Dampsklbsactreseskabetvs
vs Rotterdam was recently called in inHolland InHolland inHolland
Holland A case with a bad beginning beginningand begmnlRCand begInningand
and a bad ending endingCardinal endingCardinal endingCardinal
Cardinal Merry del Val Is compared eom nd in inthe Inthe inthe
the June Current Literature to Secretary SecretaryLoeb SecretaryLoeb SecretaryLoot
Loeb This Insures the Vatican against againstInvasion againatInvtufon againstinvasion
Invasion by Mrs von Claussen ClaussenI
I am only waiting for Mr Ir Bryan Dr to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak first says George Fred Williams WilliamsThis wmamsThis WilliamsThis
This may be regarded rd 1 as the supreme supremetest SUpf SUpftest supremetent
test of Mr Bryans r7an ability to keep mum mumRussia mumRuuiA mUmRussia
Russia will lay out 58GMWOW 8 IGtiOo000 ID on a new newnavy newnavy newnavy
navy we e are told It te safe to predict predictthat predictthat predictthat
that Japan will not set another chance chanceto
to muss it up upThettf upThe upThettt
The Thettf te music in the sighing of the thewind the1ad thewind
wind 1ad It sings a poet ad nd quite < tult frequently frequentlythere frequentlythere rtflUentlrthere
there te a good deal of wind in the sigh sighing ishJng sighIng ¬
ing of tho poet
The Bible ta deflned as a The sacred ered vol volume volUute volmae
mae which contains cuRta the revelations reYt Ue of ofQodthe ofGocIU ofGodthe
Qodthe GocIU Scriptures Se UNl of the Old and New NewTestaments Ne NeTeatalMaq NewTestaments
Testaments TestamentsI
I do ROt think any man or woman well welleducated welledueated welleducated
educated who Is I ignorant of the Bible BibleIt BibleIt BibleIt
It has thoroughly t b1t Interwoven Itself Itselfwith ItAlelfIth itselfwith
with Ith our dally speech b and we are re con continually CODUnuaIl contlnually ¬
tinually UnuaIl using Scriptural words phrases phrasesand pbrueaADd phrases5n4
and Illustration II without being the least leastconscious leasteorou leastconscious
conscious of It says the Charleston CharlestonNews CltarlmOllNe CharlestonNews
News Ne and Courier nil te quite true trueThe trueThe triOThe
The main part of our legal structure te tefounded IIfounded Isfounded
founded on the Bible hence he ce lawyers lawyersshould lawyersshould yen yenaboultl
should be familiar with 1th It It The best of ofEnglish olEntrllab ofngiish
English ngiish literature cannot be read intelli intelligently In Intolligently lI1 lI1patly ¬
gently without familiarity with the Bible BibleHow DlbltHow BibleHow
How could one appreciate Milton or orShakespeare 01Sh orShakespeare
Shakespeare Sh e or even y Byron or In fact factany facLallY factany
any of the th great English poets unless fa familiar faJDJUar insalliar ¬
miliar with the Scriptural imagery of the theBible theBible lbSBible
Bible BibleIn BibleIn BibleIn
In the many prints prinisof of the Bible typo typographical typocrapblca1 typographical ¬
graphical and other otb errors have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made which 1h5ebhaft have given distinctive names nmeato namesto
to certain editions What ta called the theBreeches tMbes theBlble
Breeches bes Bible gets its name from the theprint tbeprlDt theprint
print of Genesis ili7 III 7 which te as fol follows folIowa totlows ¬
lows Then the else of both of them were wereopened wereopened ere ereopened
opened and they knew that they were werenaked w wked werenaked
naked naked ked and they sewed wed figge tree leaves leavestogether Iea Ieatoptbtor leavestogether
together and made de themselves breeches breechesThe breechNThe breechesThe
The Bible BIbi known as the Bug < Bible Biblederives BIblederl Biblederives
derives derl its It name from the following followingPsalm foUowlnCPalm followingPsalm
Psalm xclS xci So that thou shalt not nede nedeto nedeto nedeto
to be afraid for any bugges by night nf < bt or orfor ortor orfor
for the arrow that Myeth by day This ThisBible ThisBtb ThisBible
Btb Bible was printed In London n in IftL The TheTreacle TheTreacle TheTreacle
Treacle Bible derives its its name from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the following printed in it It in Jeremiah Jeremiahviia Jeremlabvtl2Z JeremiahviltZ
viia Is there no treacle at GIbed GI is isthere Isthe isthere
there the no physician there r The Covendale Coven Covendale ven vendate
dale Bible of 1515 l5 has the same me verse verserendered verserendered verserendered
rendered thus Is there no rosin ro in inOilead InGilead InQIIe4
Oilead Is there no physician therer thererRosin Ulere1RotIln there thereRosin
Rosin and nd turpentine are good modern modernremedies modernrnedle modernremedies
remedies rnedle This reading tII gave gal a name to tothe tothe tothe
the first Dual Bible printed in MOB MOBThe 18The 10 10The
The word translated treacle was trans translated translated translated ¬
lated in other editions rosin rosin turpentine turpentineand turpentineand turpentineand
and and lastly balm balmWhat balmWhat balmWhat
What ta known as the PlaceMakers PlaceMakersBible PlaceMakenBible PiaeeakersBible
Bible was wa so called from the verse ene Mat Matthew Matthew Matthew ¬
thew Y4 v Blessed am the placemakers placemakersfor
for they shall be called the children of ofGod o oGod ofGod
God This misprint occurred in the theGeneva th thGenea theGeneva
Geneva Bible in Its second nd edition in inIKl InUIL
IKl Perhaps Perba some of our modern poll politicians pollUcla polltielans ¬
ticians Ucla would like Ilk this th word to remain remainThe remaiDThe remainThe
The Vinegar Bible bIe Is so called from the theheading thebeadl theheading
heading beadl The Parable of the Vinegar Vinegarinstead Vinegarinstead r rtnatead
instead of The Parable of the Vineyard VineyardLuke YlnenrdLuke VineyardLuke
Luke xx xxThe nThe xxThe
The Wicked BIble gets its name from fromthe fIoIDthe fromthe
the lea leaving vug out of the negative u In the theSeventh theeventb theSeventh
Seventh Commandment This edition was wasprinted wasprinted wasprinted
printed in Nn 1G1 and the printer was fined finedSOOD Jlaedfor
SOOD for his bisThe negligence negligenceThe neghgenesThe
The Prosecuting Printers PrInter Bible gets getsits ptaIta getsfig
its name from a verse Psalm cxixl cxm cxtz1O1 cxtz1O1thus 1 1thus l lthus
thus rendered Printers have persecuted persecutedme
me without a cause ca For printersread printers printersread printersread
read princesml princes prlacean princesThe
The Ears to Ear sr Bible BINs had this th thprtat ala misprint alaprint ¬
print Matthew dU4I x l > Who fctth th ears earsto eanto earsto
to ear let him hear The Theltandlna TheltandlnaFl Standing StandingFishes StandingFishes
Fishes Fl he Bible has bill Seek xvJi10 nit xvlt10And xvJi10And 10 10And
And it shall come comel to pass that tbatlbe the fishes fishesshall ftsbelaball fishesshall
shall stand upon ft It Por fishes read readfishermen redabermfoD readfishermen
fishermen fishermenThe abermfoDThe fishermenThe
The Idle SbeohcM BIllIe should have havehad bafthad havehad
had idol instead of Idle I The Dt cba cbaBible Discharge DischargeBible DischargeBible
Bible gives from I Timothy vii I din discharge d dcbar dincharge ¬
charge cbar thee before God The dte dteshould 6sbould dl dlshould
should have been omitted omittedToe C8JttedThe omittedThe
The Wife Hater Bible gives Luke LukeiivB LukeZIvJi LukexivZ
iivB ZIvJi thus If any man come to me and andbate andbate andhate
bate not his father S C Yea and nd bIB hteown bIBTble hisn
own n wife also This reading may ma be befound befouad befound
found In a Bible printed at Oxford Oslo in JOlt ttlftWhat meWht JOltWhat
What to known as Rehekas REbeka Gamers Bi Bible BIble RIble ¬
ble has this th Genesis 0eM xxivfi nJvt1And And Re Rebeka Rp Rpbeka Reheka
beka arose and nd her calmete cal Instead of ofher ofher ofher
her damsels da The Religious Bible Is teso IsSO isso
so called from Jeremiah lv hZ 7 Because Becauseshe BecauseMe Becauseshe
she hath been religious 11CIoWI against me saieth saieththe aletbtbe asieththe
the Lord For religious read rebellious rebelliousThere rebeWOULThere rebelliousThere
There are other editions of the Bible Biblecontaining Bibleeontalnl Biblecontaining
containing eontalnl errors which have received dis distinctive di ditlncthe ¬
tlncthe names lIa but it Is only onl because becausethe becausethe becausetheBible
the theBible Bible te lsOpureandsoholythattheoe lsOpureandsoholythattheoeincongruities 16 o pure and so holy that three threeincongruities thHeInroqndtlell
incongruities and nd mistakes JItlltak are noticed noticedThey notreedThey noticedThey
They resemble spots on the sun sun which do donot donot donot
not Impede either the suns nn light or heat heatA beatA healA
A copy of ofibe the Breeches Bibte B Blblp has been beenfound beenfoulld beenfound
found In Manchester Jia bnt England bearing bearingtwo bearlnctwo bearingtwo
two of Shakespeare Bhak res autographs alltO Jpb < This Thtete TblsIs Thisis
Is dated 1CU It was sent to the Brit British BrItIIh BittIsh ¬
ish Museum Some years ago Mr John J JGarden Jaarden
Garden of Prospect Va had In his pos possession peaesulon ¬
session Ion a large Huguenot Bible BI printed printedin printedIn printedin POSI
in VSi Its preface was s written by John JohnCalvin JohnCalvin
Calvin The entire en Psalms of David are areto areIn arein I
In metrkaPFrench and all U set totnuslc totnuslcThe townusicThe
The Commandments and Songs of Simeon Simeonare lImeo lImeoare fitmeonare II
are also metrically arranged d and set to tomusk tomU tomulie
musk muskIn mUIn mulieIn
In these e days when persons who aim to tobe tobe tobe
be considered intelligent and wellread wellreadform wellreadtorm wellreadform
form classes for the study J of every author authorof authorOf authorof
of reputation might IDf ht it not be well for forthem forthem forthem
them them now and then th n to organize classes classesfor cl88IMfJfor classesfor
for the study of the Bible J they would woulddevote Woul1Tote woulddevote
devote Tote an much time in trying to under understand UDdersUnd understfld ¬
stand it as they tbfl devote to Browning or to toIbsen toDn toIbsen
Ibsen or In trying to solve soIv the question questionof
of Hamlets Hamlet sanity or any nr of these mod modern modffn modera ¬
era riddles of literature they wouk would ad advance advance advance ¬
vance their education far more and and in incidentally Inr1dentaIlT incidentally ¬
cidentally improve their minds in the theknowledge theknowledce theknowledge
knowledge of those things tbln which bleb belong belongto
to their t 1r eternal peace peaceICHrnlnp peaceJcRrnlnJ peaceIosrn1ii
ICHrnlnp Iosrn1ii the Arn ArC of Peace PeaceVtam PcnceFroa Pencelbs
Vtam lbs the 8m a Francisco Chronicle ChronicleThere CllroaideThe ChronlelaThere
There The is no better preparation p raUon for good goodcitlsenship IooddURnhlp goodcitizenshIp
citizenshIp than regular lar employment In Inhonest Inhonest inhonest
honest labor even if one does not acquire acquirethe acquiretbe acquirethe
the habit of walking alld with head always alwayserect alwayserecl alwayserect
erect and learn the art of the scientific scientificdestruction sclenUtredestruction scientificdestruction
destruction of human life Until human humannature humannature humannature
nature develops c Yflope a uniformity of good in intentions Intentions intentlons ¬
tentions such as mankind has never yet yetpossessed 7 yetpossessed t tpoRM8
possessed d it will always alIIVa be necessary for forthe forthe forthe
the well disposed to maintain an organ organiaed ol organlard n nlaed
lard force strong enough e h to prevent vhs violence vlo vlo1en ¬
lence 1en by the Itldtepoeed ed and If they fall fallto fallto fallto
to do so the penalty will be terrible But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the nation which te content with its own ownboundaries 011boundarlft ownboundaries
boundaries and has no intent to prey on onits onla onIts
its neighbor may safely tely confine its mill milltary military milltary
tary expenditure to a minimum for It Itwill Itwill
will 111 not be molested molestedUvlilcncc molestedIhfllenee molestedilviti
Uvlilcncc ilviti eitci of > f Tariff Procrcss Procrcssfrom IJrn IrogreesPros re I Itbe
from the X ew w York Jovnul of Commerce CoojawnThe C CTb CommerceThe
The Tb manufacturing interests l of the thecountry tbeeountry thecountry
country are not standing pat but are arerecognising a arecOll1lld arerecognizing
recognizing recOll1lld l changed ch n conditions and new newnecessities De Deaecea newaeceasltles
necessities aecea lties calling imperatively Im ratlvely for read readjustment rhdJuatment readjustment ¬
justment of our tariff policy There Is teevidence IseYidenc Isevidence
evidence of a strong tendency toward a amore amore amore
more rational and logical 10001 al protectionism protectionismthough protectionllmthoup protectionIsmthough
though certain fundamental fallacies are arestill areaUIl arestill
still adhered to These Th e men are calling <
for highminded nonparUban action actionwhich actionwhich actionwhich
which would bring about the gradual gradualintelligent gradualIntelll gradualintelligent
intelligent Intelll < ent revision of the tariff without withoutdisturbance witutdisturbance it out outdblturbanee
disturbance of business s conditions conditionsThere conditionThere eonditlo eonditloThere
There ta in all this tb gratifying evidence of ofprogress ofprocre ofprogress
progress on the part rt of tho t those who hereto heretofore heretofewe heretoroes ¬
fore have been rather indfe IndkmmtlUlte criminate in inthen Intheir intheir
their demands and blind to my ny interests interestsbut IntelMtsbut Interestsbut
but their own ownA ownA
A Serious 1J hinder IIlundertile lilnutlerFrom hinderPtom
From the Kansas K City Ct JovwO JovwOThe J JThe JosmeLThe
The Sioux Falls woman who killed her herhired berhired herhired
hired girl has got herself Into very serious scriouctrouble erloul erloultrouble serioustrouble
trouble She may be acquitted of the themurder themurder themurder
murder but how can the expect to get getanother setanother getanother
another girt T
Kiirokt urokl in Boston BostonItoM 110ton11I8a IlostonFume
Fume the XKMMIKtf JtMTMl JtMTMlBoston JaBoeton JtlSILBoston
Boston greeted Knrohl ilk cries of ofBeanzail ofBMnzail ofBeanzali
MEN AND THINGS THINGSArltHrntloii THINGSArhlCrntlnn THINGSArlilirnilon
ArltHrntloii Act a Failure FnlltircSpecial FailureSpecla FailureSpecial
Special Agent Harry R R Burrill of the theDepartment lb lbDepartment theDepartment
Department of Commerce and Labor who wkewas whoWAIl whowas
was formerly fortMri attached to the WashlngUHi WashlngUHibureau WublRSLeabuffau VashIngtouburOsu
bureau of a New N York newspaper and te tewell Iawell iswell
well known to government ofllcteta and andlegislators d1eplatOIl andlegislators
legislators is sending HKllns la some very Inter Interesting interestl intereating ¬
eating estl reports of his observations in other otherlands otherJanda otherlands
lands Those e which are re now belA being el S pub published published PUblished ¬
lished in Dally Consular and Trade Re Reports Re Reporta Reports ¬
ports are from New Zealand Z 1and which coun country country centstry ¬
try Mr Burrill vtelted latled some two mouths mouthsago monlbllap mOfltl mOfltlago
ago One of the meet m l recent of t the re reports re reports reports ¬
ports relates to labor legIslatIon tei the theinteresting theIn theinteresting
In interesting i island whero herO so many ad advanced adva advanced ¬
vanced va statutes statut have been enacted e Not Notwithstanding NotwUbatandlDlf Notwithstanding ¬
withstanding the oftrepeated assertion assertionthat alltrUonthat assertionthat
that the compulsory arbitration act has hasmade baamade hasmade
made labor conditions almost Ideal there therethe there therethe therethe
the late Henry Detnarest Lloyd Jodeed Jodeedcalled hsdeedcalled eed eedcalled
called the book he wrote on the subject subjectA
A Country Without Strikes 9tr1keaMr Mr Bur Burrill Durrill flurnil ¬
rill points out that the slaughtermen sIaa tMmea of ofthe otthe ofthe
the country have recently shown hown their din discontent ttIcontent dincontent ¬
content by adopting adoptl measures calculated calculatedto
to paralyse paraly one on of its leading Industries IndustriesThte tnduetrlThis IndUStXIHThis
This strike he says ya has seriously lr ember embarrassed emMrTaMed emberramed ¬
TaMed those In control of the mutton muttonindustry muttonIndustry muttonindustry
industry and also has created a feeling Ift of ofuncertainty ofuneertalnty ofuncertainty
uncertainty among other employers of oflabor oClabor oflabor
labor which it Is I feared eared nod may prevent preventlarge prnntlarp preventlarge
large Investments of capital that Suns financiers SunscloTs DaD DaDcler ¬
cloTs were preparing to make maar in various variouslines tariousIIn tarlouslines
lines IIn of business For years New NewZealand NewZealand ew ewZealand
Zealand has been steadily increasing her herpasturage herputurap herpasturage
pasturage and the number of her sheep shoesand p pand
and her export of frown meats have haveenlarged bayenlarpd haveenlarged
enlarged to such ueh proportions as to af afford alford atford ¬
ford one of o the principal prbacl source 80 of ofwealth eCwMltb ofwealth
wealth in the colony colon The strike of ofIaqbte the theslaughterman theslaughtermen
slaughterman Iaqbte n Mr Burrill says ys not only onlythreatens oal1threatens onlythreatens
threatens this splendid industry incIu which whichwas whlcbwa whichwas
was wa one of those the industrial and con conciliation conciliation condilation ¬
ciliation act was w designed to protect but buttmpertte butImper butimperil
imperil the law itself It Is interesting interestingin
in this th connection to note that the Aus Australian Au Autralian Autrslksn ¬
tralian arbitration law which wb b was wascomp less lesscomprehensive lesscomprehensive
comprehensive comp henYe and farreaching tarrtaebl than that thatof tbatof thatof
of New Zealand has signally ally failed to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent clashes cluh between employers and andemployes aademployes andemployes
employes Some 80 months ago one oC f the thejudges theJudpw thejudges
judges of the arbitration court said for forpublication forpublication forpublication
publication that the Australian act was wason w won wason
on Us death d ath bed bedIncidentally HdlneldeDtall bedIncidentally
Incidentally Mr Burrill pays many manycompliments JlUUTcompliments manycompliment
compliments to those e In charge of the ex exposition espo axposition ¬
position po at Christchurch an enterprise enterprisewhich enterpr18ewblch enterprisewhich
which was assisted aasl ted by the tb general neral neralerement guy government guyernment ¬
ernment of New Zealand tt t a much muchgnvater muchgreater ach achate
greater ate extent than similar stows m hi this thtecountry th thcountry thiscountry
country have benefited through Congres Congressional CoapwIIonaI Coagresslonai ¬
sional appropriations The American ex exhibits ublbt oxhiblta ¬
hibits blbt there th were very meager and andBun111 Mr MrBurrtll M MBurcill
Burrtll thinks this was w a great mistake mistakeespecially mlatalally mistakeespecially
especially lally in view of the circumstances circumstancesthat drculDlltaneetlthat circumstancesthat
that Canadas exhibit was large lar f and end creditable endltable eyeditable ¬
itable and nd served as an excellent fSCtI nt adver advertisement advert advertisement ¬
tisement t t of the manufactures manotactu of tha thacountry that tllatcountJ thatcountry <
country New Zealand buys Me009M Me009Mworth 1000100 1000100worth 088 088worth
worth of goods abroad each year and Q Qthis of ofthis ofthis
this amount only SiOOO6GQ OCO comes to the theUnited tbeUnited theinited
United States StatesWoiilil StatesoHlll StatesWould
Would oHlll Pension Pcn lon cfCs exCnnfcdcrntns > nfcdern nfclcrntoR nfclcrntoRJ < oH oHJ
J 7 B Purcell an exConfederato veteran veteranwho TetelaDwbe veteranwho
who lives at Gainesville Va has written writtenPresident writtenPresldeftt writtenPresident
President Roosevelt a letter let in which he hesuggests beuaetrtI hesuggests
suggests that the Executive use his laSs IDftuenee laSsonce Influence ¬
once toward the enactment of legislation legislationproviding JewrlalatlonproTldlqfor legislationproviding
providing proTldlqfor for the pensioning of the BUr surviving BUrtvlng smvivIng ¬
viving soldiers of the lost cause Mr MrPurcell MrPurcell MrPurcell
Purcell commanded the Ewell Guards Guardsfrom Guardsfrom Ouardsfrom
from 1M2 100 to t 1M 1814 and recently completed o4 a acompilation acompilation acompilation
compilation of the record of the muster musterroll mu musterroll ter terroll
roll of that organisation OP tIoft He Is a astanch a8taneb astanch
stanch Southerner but be admires the thePresident thePretddent thePresident
President excessively eJctl8tftl and has frequently frequentlyshown frequentlhown frequentlyshown
shown that he b possesses the courage of ofhte ofhis ofhis
his convictions by defending ckfeD IDC the t Execu Executive kecutlvt Rxecvtire ¬
tire against the political attacks of ofneighbors ofIMllbbon ofneighbors
neighbors and friends who are dyedra dyedrath dyetlIntbf dyedinthe ¬
th the wool Democrats He calls Mr Reese Roosevet ROOtIIvt Reesevst
vet a combination of the Teuton T utOll and andthe andthe andthe
the Southern sportsman and soldier IOldlertIemaD gen gentleman gastlsinan ¬
tleman and la his letter proposes to the thePresident tilePreIdnt thePresident
President the toast Hoch son er r lobes IebenSo lobesMo
80 far it has ha not appeared that Mr Par Parcells PurCtUs Percells
cells idea to have ex Confederates eratetl placed pIaMOn placedOB
On the same footing footl as exFederate JF in lathe lathematt the thematter thematter
matter matt of pensions te generally pneranyby upheld upheldby upheldby
by his comrades es Many of the Southern SouthernStates IIouthemBtatf08 SouthernStates
States now pay pa small pensions to the oM oMexConfederates oNnConfederatea oldoxConfederates
exConfederates within Ithln their respective respectiveborders re8peetlyeborden reipectiveborders
borders bordersG bordenGtn bordersGss
G Gtn v Terrells rerr V H Service ServiceHon crlccHon trsJceHon
Hon Joseph M X Tonsil governor of ofGeorgia ofGfIOrcia ofGeorgia
Georgia who oa Juno 20 will give way to toHon toBon toIots
Hon Iots Hoke lOok Smith recently elected eleet to sue succeed 1Ueeeed suecoed ¬
ceed him after one of the bitterest cam campaigns CIDpaIcna camgns ¬
paigns gns e ejer eer er waged pel in the South has an announced an anno announcethat ¬
nounced no nouncethat that he b will retire retirerom permanently permanentlyfrom permanentlyfrom
from rom active politics and engage with his hisbrother blsbrothfr hisbrother
brother In the practice of law in Atlanta AtlantaBefore Atlantafore AtlantaBhfore
Before fore being < elected governor l Yernor Mr Ter Terrell Terrell Terroll ¬
rell served for eleven years as the States Statesattorney State Stateattorney Statesattorney
attorney general and made a record that thatattracted thatattracttCI thatattracted
attracted attention throughout thro ut the entire entireSouth entireSouth odro odroBouth
South nov Terrell has the unique dllUnctIon din dinUnction
Unction of having served as governor for fora fora fora
a longer I r period than any other chief chiefexecutive cblelexecutive chiefexecutive
executive in the history of the Common Commonwealth Commonalth Commonwealth ¬
wealth alth His lii period of service covered coveredtwo tOVt tOVttwo coveredtwo
two full terms of two years each Me and andeight andel andeight
eight el bt months additional This was wasbrought wa wabroUrbt wsb wsbbrought
brought about by a change in the organic organiclaw Diclaw organiclaw
law of the State by which the time of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the meetng of the legislature le was moved movedforward movedforward movedforward
forward from October to the following CoIlowt CoIlowtJune
June necessitating the continuance in of office offtce offlee ¬
flee of the incumbent until he could be besworn besworn besworn
sworn In as the law prescribes in the thepresence thep thepresence
presence p of the legislature lqt lature and nd a few fewdays tewdall fewdays
days after its It assembly aa When the bill billmaking billmaklnc billmaking
making this change passed the legislature legislatureIt Iature IatureIt
It was vetoed v oed by the governor because bfoca e It Itoperated Itoperated Itoperated
operated as an extension of his term termThe termThe termThe
The veto was overridden however and andsubsequently AndSUMfOquentJy nn4subsequently
subsequently the th law was ratified by the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people Personally Oov Terrell Is one oneof ODeof oneof
of the most popular executives In the theentire theenUre theentire
entire South SouthA Southn6k
A Il honk wk Ilnic lot or Adiiiirnl Sifrnliec SifrnliecThey SI SltretleeThey Iec IecThey
They were talking taW about bout book plates plat in intbe Inthe inthe
the Metropolitan Club yesterday aDd Ad Admiral Ad Admlml Admien ¬
mien Sigsbee who Is a lover IOY of books bookssaid boob boobAid bookssaid
said I wish the bookplate habit were weremore wertlOOn weremore
more prevalent In America than it Is for forIt forIt forit
It seems to indicate more than a merely merelysuperficial merel7uperftclal merelysuperficial
superficial love of books During Durl my mycruising mycrulalnc mycruising
cruising about the world I have gathered gatheredtogether ptheredt gatheredtogether
together t tb r a lair collection of books but butthey butthey butthey
they are all in boxes I have not been beenaway beenawa7 beenaway
away from the sea long Ion enough mou b yet to set setup eetup setup
up a book plate plat but I hope to some day
Of course there were a tot of suggestions suggestionsas tlons tlonsto
as to a design for the admirals book plate plateand plateand plateand
and m In most of o them the Maine figured figuredThe J1predTbe figuredThe
The admirals personal predilection predilectionseemed predlJctlonseemed predilectionseemed
seemed to he W for a land design < n and us usmost A Amo asmost
most sailors when they get t ashore seem seemto seemto seemto
to have a passion for horses hones it te not un unlikely unUkely uslikely ¬
likely that his book plate te will 111 pertain at atsome Ja JaeolRe hisome
some degree d to the character ch of ofcountry a plain plaincountry plaincountry
country gentleman gentlemanJoseph pntlemauJO gentlemanJoseph
Joseph JO OIh T Kn linnlllllg n 11 1 up Illsc IllscJoseph nl 111ccJoseph c cJoeepb
Joseph T Fanning F formerly of Indian Indianapolis Indlaaapolle Indianspells ¬
spells mho ho was in Washington the other otherday olberday otherday
day is I a striking example of the man manmeeting mumeetlne manmeeting
meeting his opportunity Mr Fanning Fanningleft FanDlngldt Fanningleft
left Indianapolis as s a sort of aiddecamp aiddecampto
to Thomas Taggart Ta rt when that gentleman gentlemanassumed gentlmanauumed gentlemanauumed
auumed the reins r hs as a chairman of the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic National Committee in the thecampaign theeampalSn thecampaign
campaign of 19M While in New York he bemet hemt hemet
met August Belmont who was struck struckforcibly struckforcibly struckforcibly
forcibly by air Fanning lIannin a capacity for forsilence forsilence forsilence
silence After the campaign cam R Mr Fanning Fanningwent FannlDent Fanningwent <
went ent into Mr Belmonts office o and has hasremained baarema hasremained
remained rema there ever since 1I1n as the leadingman leadingman leading leadingman
man of the Belmont forced There Ther Is very verylittle verrlittle verylittle
little of the old Indianapolis manner marlner about aboutMr aboulMr aboutMr
Mr Fanning now he Is A typical New NewYorker NewYorker NewYorker
Yorker and his apartments at the Wal Waldorf WaldorC Walderf ¬
dorf are the scene of many an artistic and andjovial andjovial andjovial
jovial gathering gatheringThe latheringrime therln therlnrhc <
The Metropolitan Press PressHewy lrcilu lrecclay
lay Wtuenon Wit te I IWc5IPOesPrJeaasL IWc5IPOesPrJeaasLIt vffl IIe O eisJoon L LIt l lIt
It seems true to say and to lament lamentthat lametatthat lamentthat
that that while bile the newspapers of o New York Yorkwere Yorknever Yorkwere
were never so yellow they Uti were never so sounlnnuentjul 80unlnftuen souninftuentiej
unlnnuentjul unlnftuen tial
You saw how April played the game gameDo gameDo gam gamDo
Do you Oll propose to start the tireOld Mine MineOld senseOld
Old tune tuneWe tu1 tu1W tuneWe
We W wish wi to know throughout our oU land teadL4lcs 1IuMILIke landLike
LIke Harriman Ju Jut t where we stana1 stana1Well luuulWell standWell
Well June JuneYou JuneT JuneTY JuneYou
You Y u saw w how May was damp P ad d cold eohlDt8ftChinc coldDrenching OW OWDrenching
Drenching the town tow likewise the woW woUAmi woWnd woldAntI
AntI nd dune duneMust dunehllt duneMust
Must hllt still another blank we draw drawWed drawl draw1Wed drawlWed
Wed rattier have it rare tha Uaa raw rawWell raw1ell rawWell
Well June JuneSiirlnpr JuneSpring
Spring 5111111 Novelties In Humor HumorThe HUJIlorThe humorThe
The huckster didnt have all the large largeberries lalgeberries largeberries
berries on top toplie topHe topHe
He had MOM on the bottom bottomThttf bottomTbUl bottomThus
Thus wh when n he dumped a a box Into the thepurchasers thePurehaeer thepurchasers
purchasers dish dish a good appearance appewa ee eeprwenYd was ivilad ivilaThe
presented presentedThe prwenYdThe d
The city man moved to the country coaatryHe Htr1H countryHi
He H tad It itas a ea aar te minIs s sH Sid thaw thawM t tIn thereas
M In town townJust to toJ townJust
Just J t about aboutThe oUtThe aboutThe
The offlce boy wasted to so to tile ball ballgame Ipme beltgame
game pmeHe gamelie
lie didnt MT his gfaaoawther g WM WMdead wudMd wasdead
dead He simply asked far r the uaand privilege prfvttegand privilegeand
and got t 1C 1CThte ItIICbeme it itThis
This scheme is worked mare Cr Crlban freepsnUy freepsnUythan freqeistlythan
than one on would wouWOn Imagine ImagineOn hns hnsOn
On Lifes Jltc 1I Sen SenIt SenIt SenIt
It II disgraceful to be poor poorOr JIINLOr poseOrbeinjaiL
Or OrbeinjaiL OrbeinjaiLIt be In Jail JailIt jailIt
It to a tortuous eoarss eeww Im 1 I sari sariWe seeswe 1 1W
We W have to sail sailWovri uiIHistory 11 11ont
Wovri ont ontNHIstOlt
History states that the theworked tMworked Romesis Romesisworked
worked like ilk bees beesUrn beesUm beesUrn
Urn UrnYes UmTee UrnYes
Yes sir I worked like ItkeVery bees beecVery beesVery
Very well Ill bh bite Dotes what whatBtrilding whetBuilding hat r rc
Building c the ajaan aJlan way wayl IAJ I r say oM oMsake oItII oldman
man I 80IM think I eo t tAl lice licesake
sake 8 e the drug business for forbUlldD th the seek and andbuskin andbeam
buskin buskinIm beam
At the PIn PInIm Play PlayIm
Im disgusted with 1tb that tIIatuWbyr villain vflletoWhyr villainWhy
Whyr uWbyrHe WhyrHe Why WhyHe
He dont ont t ee seem m to team nothm by bypt ex experien oxperlende
pt perlende perien denle < te I saw this show last year an anhanged anbnpct anhanged
hanged If be aint still waIMn into the thesame thesame theme
same me old traps trapsFLEETING trapIIFLEETING trapsFLEETING
Jfasi tile lb Xflwaakec KIhrawIiIeIlIIS SevJteeL SevJteeLWITH OestisdWIThiN
Beyond the grime of town and eJtr dI street streetBeyond 8tNetBeyond streetBeyond
Beyond the portals when begins th thstrife u ulItrIte thestrife
strife strifeAre lItrIteAft strifeAre
Are tender blossoms you mar go to greet greetIn greetIn
In pathway path verdant with aew JIIIWtlfe nawsng nawsngIngIlfe SjJrlui SjJrluitagltfe
tagltfe tagltfeAad IngIlfeAnd tlfe tlfeAa4
And night sad morn I hear thaw calling cattingme callingm callingBut
me meBl 1MB m
Bl duty dul guards sad will not set m ma free freeIL fftLIL freeIL
I I see in dreams the road that winds wmdsaway windsausy i iawaJ
away awayBeyond ausyBeyond I I7oM
Beyond 7oM the nKlerT restlessness IJ of hall and andmart aDdJIIUt andmart
mart martI mart JIIUtI martI
I se me where sunbeams ad the th shadows shadowsp shedowplay I IplaJ
p play plaJDd playAnd y yAnd
And weave their way Into s a rovers roversheart IOftJheart roversheart
heart heartand heartBut heartBut
But etbat chains tht bind and clank of gain gainand I IaDcI
and andcannot spoil spoilCannot spoilCannot
Cannot be severed from the j jIII sster toIL toILIU tellUI
The meads are rich with carpeting atpe of ofgreen IIIcne ofgems
green greenAnd cneAnc1 gemsAnd
And valleys sweet with violets a abloom abIeoIdTbe abloomThe bloom bloomThe
The shadows IIIaaiIIowaJliMt meet the glassy rivers riverssheen rtftr rtftr1heeD riverssheen
sheen sheenThe 1heeDThe sheenThe
The broom bring a hint of Junes per perfume peer peeI perI ¬
fume fumeI
I hear them calling ea son aDd low 10 to teBut me meBat maBut
But duty guards and andwUl wW 1U1IOt sot set MM bee frtaDidnt beeJUlInt As AsIidnt
Didnt Mkc Tlmt Kliul KliulI
I have an advertisement here which I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would like to have you run run he said to the theeditor theeditor theeditor
editor Please see that it goes next to topure topu topure
pure pu reading matter matterAll matttrAll matterAll
All right replied pled the editor Tit Ill ran ranit 1111IIt runit
it next to the latest divorce divorceThe ease easeMy < It
11 My dear sir I aid pure pureter xesdhig suet suette
ter te
The Hcn ItcnuBn ItcnuBnWhat flencnnWhat n nW1aat
What does your wife say to yea when whenyou hen henJOlt
you 70 come home late oM inaa inaaI iciur iciurr r rMr
Mr I cant say sayWhy INkYWIt7 sayWhy
Why not notTimes notTimes r rmes
Times mes too abort and I cant talk fast fastenough t teIIIOJI5b fastmough
enough enoughFran
Th Flie Jleli1111eI01C lcIinley Ioie Sior SiorPmD Story StoryPius
Fran a letter te the FWUeMphh IV IVIt Wlsdia bedfctr bedfctrIt
It was in Philadelphia The President Presidentand k1entand Presidentand
and the reception committee were about aboutto aboutto bout boutto
to start from the old Bellevue Hotel HotelThey HotelTbey HotelThey
They were already some minutes behind behindtime behindtime blnd blndtime
time and the great crowd nearby was wascheering wuh wascheerIng
cheering h loudly and as loudly calling In Intheir Intheir Intheir
their Impatience for the President With Withone WithODe Mithone
one foot already on the carriage step stepMcKintey stepMcKinley I
McKinley turned suddenly and with 1th a ahurried ahurrtecl ahurried
hurried Forgot Fo t something lIO ttbln Important Importantback Importantback Importantback
back in a minute he disappeared within withinthe wltblnthe withinthe
the hotel A moment after he h had pass passed puetCI passed ¬
ed from sight a belated member of the theception re reception reception ¬
ception committee mistaking the door of ofMrs orXra ofMrs
Mrs McKinleys private parlor for that thatof thatof thatof
of a public reception ptlon room room found tfi tfiself ktm ktmself m mtelf
self an unwilling witness wltnp to a scene scen m mthe in inthe Inthe
the McKinley home life The intruder re retreated re retreatect retreated ¬
treated quickly but not so quickly that thathe thatbe thathe
he escaped overhearing oYerbearln < the words Dear Dearheart DNrbeart Dearheart
heart beart I had to come beck for one more moregoodby JII8Ieb7 storegoodby
goodby b7 kiss ktesAn kJuAn kissAn I
An Optimist at BlKhtyclKht BlKhtyclKhtFtaB KI ISlglityolglttYtea htclJht I
FtaB an a Art MUeIe br or Mrs Julia Wart Horn HornThe lioeThe
The world grows cro s better and not worse worsebut worse worsebut werebut
but it does not grow better everywhere everywherean i
all the Ume Women of fashion seem to tome tome tome
me to have lost in dignity d ty of character characterand eharaeterand characterend
and in general tone and culture On the theother theotber theother
other hand baad outside this charmed circle circleof etJeQ circleof
of fashion I find the tone of taste and andculture andculture andculture
culture much higher I than I IIt rentelftMr rentelftMrIt
It to nave have been in my youth I i iwomen Iud Iudomen findwomen
women omen leading nobler and better lives livesfilling livesftlll livesfilling
filling ftlll larger and higher bl ber places enjoying enjoyingtbe enjoytnlthe enjoyingthe
the upper air of thought tbou ht where here they the used usedto UMdto usedto
to rest upon the very soil of domestic domesticcare domesUcare domesticcare
care and detail So the community gain gainalthough gainaithoqh gains gainsalthough
although one class cia loses loeebut but that re remember re reJnemMr remember ¬
member Is the class c that assumes to give givestandards givestandards givestandards
standards to the rest restCompensations restCOIIIIICIIIIRtlOIlIl restCoiiipezicatioimc
Compensations In IlnAunlity IlnAunlityrtwa ItncnHtthe
rtwa tia the Saw Francisco Ctooafcte CtooafcteJust ItJust ChrosiciJust
Just now the city of San Francisco Franehcoa te teaffording Isaffording
affording a < ordln < considerable amusement amu ement to Ute tbeoutside Uteout theoutside
outside out world but by and by the practices practiceswhich praeU praeUwhlcb prscticewhich
which prompt much gibing < will be atten attentively attentlYtly attentIvely ¬
tively studied and then perhaps it will be beseen beeen beseen
seen een that we are wiser than our critics criticsand crlUcsand criticsand
and that the safest plan te 1 to keep scoun scoundrels lCOundrtla acoundrls ¬
drels in ofllce o lce There is one advantage advantageattached advsntagattached advantageattached
attached to this method of governing a amunicipality amunlciI amunicipality
munlciI municipality Ut There is no chance for the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people to be deceived because beca the rascals
have already been n found out outXntttre gutSnturc outXntnre
Xntttre ObncrvnUons ObncrvnUonsFTOM Ohllcr1nHonFJ brcrvl1unsrrus
FTOM tin St 8t louni fttobeOfmoem fttobeOfmoemAt IIoiDeaesetAt 1tJIIe 1tJIIeAt
At one end or the other of every eVer ani animal I1BIJlMI xmlnat ¬
mal He lies a danger d r which make the theclosest theelO8f8t theclosest
closest investigation InvU tlon impossible Impoj lble To study tud tudthe
the mule we must mu t hold him by the head headbut headbut heedbut
but to study the bull we must have hav a tail tailhoM tallo4d
hoM o4d as 1 a vantage point pointMore pointJlore pointMore
More IliilcNirnhlc Citizens CitizensKnai CltbeuIn Citizenslime
lime the LomsrilW LfIaiInnf CoariejoanHl CoariejoanHlThe ContieciThe 1 1The
The Weather Weath r Bureau Bureau of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat IJIIJtQtIStates
States Stat may be described as a a large body bodyof bodTof bodyof
of undesirable citizens engaged a for the thepast UI8PMt thepast
past three months in rubbing rub g it in upon uponthe upontM uponthe
the fellow wh w iihos s winter clothes wore out outin ootIn outhi
in March
There was a great deal of f moonshine moonlhlnewblRr moonshinewhisky moonshInewhisky
whisky made when I first entered th threvenue tho thorevenue threvenue >
revenue service but of late lat years illicit illicitdtotlttlas UlieitdlRUItatr Illicitdistilling
distilling has been on the decline ant amiIn anllIn anthi
In some Stales Ita where It formerly flour flourished ftourIshed flourIshid ¬
ished but little of the contraband stuff stuffis Itllffsaid stnffis
is produced said Mr David A Gatt Gatesthe Gattthe Gattthe
the big and goodnatured chief of rev revenue r re revcane ¬
cane e agents In answer to a Herald mans mansquestion ma man manItuestlon n nque
question questionNowadays ItuestlonNowadays uo uoUNowa4a
UNowa4a Nowadays more of the crooked arti 1 1originate Ion 1mig1neW
originate on In I
licensed plants than any anywhere a awhere awhere ¬
where else and constant sarvakaice ce V Vkept i ikept 1kept
kept on a certain class of orutlllln disUHsrs wh whare 1hare whare >
are continually e utlnuall trying to cheat Un UnSam tnd tndSam Unhem <
Sam Of course there the is yet a good dp d < Jel Jelof ° t tof I Iof
of moonshine nude made North Carolina an a ant antGeorgia Jt Jt1Ielnr i iQeorgia
Georgia being in the lead lead and Kentucky KentuckyVirginia 1Cefttuck 1CefttuckYJr5lnla KentuekVirginia
Virginia Alabama and nd FlorIda following followingabout followI followIIn fdUow1nin
1 In about the order named There I III it itpeeu1Jar apeeullar i ipeculiar
peculiar kind of illicit business buataella to Florida Floridathe rIorlratile Ploridatim
the offenders nden not making makJ use of corn cornin a aIn a3 a3I
I In the mountain regions but producing producingvery producingTer producingvery <
very vile and potent liquor out of sugar sugarcane S1J sugarcane l lca
cane skImmIng There TbP is wry litil litilmoonshlning liftlIftOOMblnlD iittlutounshIning
moonshlning < in Mississippi end haril harilany harliany
any in Texas but Arkansas Arbna carries it Itto fill fillto n nto
to a moderate extent and now and th tl1we thwe < n nwe
we get after some lawbreakers in Mis Missouri MIsom ¬
souri om
TIlt The moonshiners moon btne do not resist t trevenue trOYe trovenpe >
revenue JIe agents nta as they did in former formeryears formeryeqrs
years when hen pitched plte battles with Win WinChester Winchester 11 11clae8ter
Chester rifles was not uncommon Last Lastyear La at atyear
year there was w not a revenue officer kill klllp killet killetby I Iby
by them and none has ba been killed so far farin farIn farin
in the present year yearOne 7NrOne yearOne
One One of the greatest teet characters ebalaet I ever everknew frkaew everknew
knew was John W Wright of LetchT LetchTCounty LetcrrCcNDtJ LutcirCounty
County Kentucky who wo was known far farand farand farand
i and wide as the mountain detective detectivetacky detectivesaid teeth teethaid
aid Xr B B B 1to me7 tOllMrl of Ken KpnAeIIy Kentacky
tacky at the Arlington ArlingtonThi Arllqt ArlingtonTbig n nman
Thi man Wright bt was a terror to hail hailmen 10111tor batmen
men for he had no more scruples about aboutkiltm aboutkIlIIn aboutkilling
kiltm killing any one whom he thought ought oughtto Olilhtto otgitto
to be removed than a boy would hav haw in inshooting inJIIaoottnc inshooting
shooting a a rabbit He confessed eonf to WM WMthat 111 inthat
that he bud killed thirtytwo me m men during duringthe duringtJae durinu durinuthe
the course of his hi career and I do not h hUeve hIIeve hhere <
here he was exaggerating dDA the record II IIwas I I Iw Iwas >
was w getting tIII on In years when I knew him himten hi hirten n ntea
ten yters ago and and if living now he mut mustbe mutbe mutbe
be quite an old man manMr manMr manMr
Mr Pearl arl Wight Wl < bt of New Orleans who whois whoIs h hIa
is at the New Willard told a Herald ex exporter tJporter rjporter ¬
porter yesterday that the tb matter of Ma Mataking I i S Staklq Staking
taking the oflfe ofDN oee of Commissioner ComI or in internal I IterMI InIsrael ¬
Israel Revenue aaa s not absolutely 80hIWl7I1fW 80hIWl7I1fWand sett settand aettiand
and that he would not know rittl TIK TIKday Twclay Tu Tuday
day next whether he would nil that posi position J p plion I ¬
tion In the same connection R Mr AVieit AVieitsaid Wig Wigaid Wigtlaid
said that Washington w < such a tx txUful rUful b btOfu
Uful city that he warn strongly temr emft1 emft1to temnimto i ito
to come here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The gentleman in question migrat mlcraj mlcrajfrom i ifrom 1from
from Maine his nlve n jve State to toOrleaas toOrleans > v vOrleans
Orleans when he was wa quite a young 70 ni niHe nlt nltHe n nHe <
He to now in his sixtythird year ear a ahas i ihas 1baa
has long been recognised as one of t tleading t4iq tleeding
leading merchants and bankers of t tCrescent tClfeeeat tCrescent
Crescent City The firm of whid wbl hp i imember imember = v vmember
member does business in half a d dol dolStates dnzStates < v vStates
States and sells 11a enormous quantities q quantit1eaall tittps tittpsall f fall
all kinds of merchandise e needed by t tplanters tplaDten tplanters
planters the mill owners OWDera railways ratiwayasailing nrA nrAsailing a i isalI1n
sailing crtfL cr itt Although 1 b a very busy mi miMr m maMr Jr Jrlr
Mr Wlrat WIt o1t has found time to dabbU dabbUpolitics dabblppoUtIca dabbIpolitics
politics and Is a member m mber of the RepuM RepuMcan Repu Reputcan h l lcan
can National Natonal Committee H he is a genii gentiman geniiman ntl ntlman <
man of very engaging n address and andthe 11 11the I a athe +
the amiable hearing that I a h characteristic characteristicof ebarafterlstof
of the men of his section sectionWe aectlorWe sectionWe
We are having < in Louisiana the Ea1 Ea1abDormaJ saa saaabnormal aiv aivabnormal < >
abnormal weather that prevails in th thsection t tin tinsection i 1 1RCUon
section said Mr WLt and if It kor kf kerup > p1j p1jup i iup
up much longer there will be a trerm tremrdoes M Mdotts I Idoua >
does shortage of crops Already AIread at it itpIaJII s spUUH aplain
plain that the yield IeM of cotton will be far farbelow fj fjbelow farbelow
below the average In J many places t tfarmers t1 t1Ianaen I Ifarmorn
farmers have already planted cotton cottonthree cottn cottnthze otto ottothree
three times without any 7 good results M Mfanpresstoo My Myimpresahin 1 1that >
fanpresstoo Is that a prediction of 10 10OW 1000 1000IIaIN >
OW bates this year to a Jllaenllltlmatt Jllaenllltlmattand liberal estimate estimateaad eptimat eptimatnest
and that means mea spot cotton win he sell selling sealac sea sealag ¬
lag for Is or M 1 cents a pound poundPeople pouDdPeople penaLPeople
People ought to understand that it is isof Isof
of no use whatever to send a person personafflicted perl persciIcted > 1 1aIUeted
afflicted Icted with tuberculosis to some sKh sKhWestern 8ur 8urWestern sursWestern
Western State as Colorado unless in the thevery th thvery thevery
very first stages of the disease v vmarked 1marked r rmarked
marked Dr O M X Gilbert who occupies occupiesa
a chair in the State Medical College at atBoulder atBoulder t toul4er
Boulder Colo ColoIn CoJoIn coIoIn
In most instances to send one right at atthe atthe atthe
the outset of the aliment does good goodmany a 1 1IDU7 I Imany
many cures C have ba been thus effected t tto
10 have a patient migrate in the b bstages l lta lstages
stages of the disease te more product productof
of harm than benefit Some very plti plticases pit pitiai pitiaicases j a aca <
cases have ba come under my observat observatwhere obsersatiwhine j jw
where w people with barely nonfh m mI mIto mm i y yto yto
to pay their railway fare bare com t tour tour tour >
our country in the hope that the dim dimwould cUmwould dinwould
would restore them to such speedy h bptiil bptiilthat heii heiithat iitii iitiithat
that they would soon be able to get t hn hnto hato J Jto
to their old homes In robust phys phy a acondition 1 1condition Iconditlon
condition In most caws of this kind t tpoor tpoor tpoor > >
poor creatures were the victims of a aluskm atalon i ihlllon >
luskm Often they would fall to get getployment r rployment rployment <
ployment and also fail of finding A their Int Inttrtn I3t5uengUL < > st ststrength
strength trtn With Ith broken hopes came br I IbeartI k khearts khearts > >
hearts and an earlier and more mteera mteeraend mlP miseraa miseraaend > ra1o ra1oend < < >
end than they would have experten espertrtheT experlenhad i ihad
had bt location locationThe locationThe II IIThe
they sought lO no new ne
The sight 8 bt of a Confederate uniform s sso sso
so rare in Washington Wubl that many any pp ppin fWI peIn
in I the New Willard lobby yest yestni i v vturned yturned Vturned
turned to look at an old soldier clad i ithe Ithe im imthe
the gray habiliments that proclaimed J h ha 1 1a j ja
a veteran ran of the Lost Cause Th The TholOIdler Thesoldier ° l lsoldier
soldier was Dr J 1 B B Bailey of Mir MirBlppi Mlrsippi Ib Ibelppt
Blppi who had come up from his South Boutlhome Soutlhome i ihome
home to attend the reunion reunlo of Conf Con f < i ierate 1erale Icrate
crate veterans at Richmond RichmondMississippi JUebmondXlsaIsI RichmondMississippi
Mississippi XlsaIsI ppl said Dr Bailey 1 1 1been s sbeen abeen
been taking care of such of the old amv amvmen I irn m mmen v vmen
men as are in distressed dl circumstan < a aThe 3The aThe
The legislature lature appropriates about aboutI Sr j jI
I believe for pensions which bleb te but b II t a asmall dmall a asmall
small mall sum aum and yet It helps a good mi miof ni niof r rof
of the old boys In addition there tbt is iSl iSlpIendlc1y a i isplendidly tsplendidly
splendidly conducted home for them themBeauvoir themBeauvoir themBeauvoir
Beauvoir the beautiful estate on onGulf t tGulf tGulf
Gulf coast that was formerly the prop r ror rof y yof
of Jefferson Davis Here reside a t tof f 1of
of the most helpless helpl and Indigent sur surrounded f srounded 1 1rounded ¬
rounded with 1tb all that Is needed to make maketheir ma maketheir h e etheir
their few remaining nJ days happy and nd con cunfortahte Cu1f Cu1ItaBehfto confort
fortahte fortahteA f fort
A stancher Ohio Democrat m mbreathed n nbreathed rnbreathed
breathed than Hon H IL James B B Towns Townser Townserwho > i iwho L Lho
who ho In former days was w the pers persfriend per perafriend I Ifriend
friend and trusted lleat Iieuteisam lieutenant t of t tgrand f fprand 1 t told
grand old Roman Allen G Thurtn ThurtnMr ThurmMr Thurnililt
Mr Townsend who bo was wa at the theWillard New NewWillard esv esvWillard
Willard yesterday was a Lima man ar at a I 5was Ira Iwas
was ra mayor of that noted < town when only onlytwentyone Ln LntwentrolH s stwentyone
twentyone years of ofIt age ageIt ageIt
It Is not a good thins tb1 for the Rep Repilicans RpuItcane
henna said Mr Tcwnsend Tc that t tcampaign tLo tLoeampatan 5campaign
campaign in Ohio o should take the xh xhof lhi cliof >
of a personal fight upon Senator Forak ForakCertainly Fora ForakCertainly k kCertainly <
Certainly we have great t enough issues issuesfore 1 1fo 1fore >
fore fo this th nation at present P lIeOt to make > t tIntroduction IIntroduction tIntroduction
Introduction of personal per onal rivalries unn unnsary unnPT unnPTsary unnsary < >
sary The war is on however and andnot andnot andnot
not going to be peacefully pee tully ended In I Inopinion n i iopinion Iopinion
opinion there will be developed developedamount dnelo dneloamount developedamount
amount of bitterness and antagonism r rwill twill Iwill
will make mak Ohio a pivotal State in InIndeed i iIndeed IIndeed
Indeed with the disaffection that ex exnow exnow exnow
now the recollection of Secretary Tat Tatcourse Ta TaUrfi Tmfscourse >
course in the campaign cam which morn ncencaused ft1cauMd morncaused
caused a Republican candidate for gm gmernor gt1 gt1rnor gicruet
cruet to b M defeated and the hostility hostilitythe hostilitythe ttr ttrtM
the negroes who are angry with both t tPresident tPrMtMnt tPresident
President and Secretary Taft because DfMu becausethe e etbe or orthe
the Brownsville matter ma r it would be r rgreat to tosreat rgreat
great surprise to see a apolitical political revolution revolutionin Iutiln IutilnIn
in the State next year yearAVhnt yearhnt yearWhat
What hnt the South Snll h Jinx Done DoneFrom DoneFroM DonePius
From the Woridi W Wndd s WetS WoifcThe WCIItThe WetSThe
The South has worked out three funds fundamental fundtIHlltai fundsmental ¬
mental tasks which all the world w may mayprofit mayproat mayprofit
profit by byFirst b bJI1ntHO1 byFirstMow
First JI1ntHO1 How to teach the farmer who whgMOW 1 1BOW Inow
BOW on the land to double his crop cropSecond aSeoondHow ceupSecondHow
Second SeoondHow How to teach boys and gir girpractical girl girlpraeUeal gi r rpractical
practical trades while they am fettle fettletheir gettintheir tun tunlbeir
their education educationThird edueatlolLThITdHow educationThirdHow
Third ThITdHow How to govern cities without pc PlJUcs p4 p4ltlcs l litics
itics and without graft

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