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MONDAY IONDA Y JUNE M MI7 MI7Nothing lIIiotlting 19 19Nothing
Nothing Venture enture Nothing othln linn HnvcNations linnaUors llavtNations
Nations aUors have characters as distinct as asindividuals allIndhlduals aeIndividuals
individuals and it does no harm now nowand ROWand aowand
and then to have some of our most prom prominent pcomInent peomInent ¬
inent national characteristics pointed out outby outb outby
by b a foreign observer Of course 0 urae we are areapt a ahpt arept
apt pt to resent these generalizations leMt8l1z tlOIUI when whenthey wbenthp whenthey
thp they are not to our liking Ukl and some me of ofus otus ofus
us even yet et have not quite forgiven for tven Dick Dickens Dickens Dickens ¬
ens and l Martin Cbnwslewit Cbmmlewlto or orTrollope orTrollope orTro1Iope
Trollope or Max ORell We were quite quiteconvinced quiteconlnced quiteconvinced
convinced as a people that there was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too much exaggeration in all these esti estimates estimates cat catmates ¬
mates of our character characterThe characterThe characterThe
The latest foreigner to pass upon us ia te teHerr isHerr i
Herr Privy Councilor Theodore Hempen Hempenmacher Hempenmacher
macher the government supervisor of the thebourse thebourse thebourse
bourse at Berlin He has been in this thiscountry tblscQuntry thisCUfltry
country for the express expreue purpose of study studyIng stud studIng studyIng
Ing our stock exchange conditions and andhiving andh andhiving
hiving h wing observed has sailed away a for Ger Germany Gernllmy Gerrntny ¬
many Before he went he expressed fX the thebpli tbebPHt theb1tf
bpli bPHt f that no possible change of methods methodsin
in the Berlin rlln bourse could cause even evenan evenan evenan
an approach to the colossal American Americanspeculative Americanspeculative ArMrteanspeculathe
speculative mania He went on to say sayThis MYTbls sayThis
This is due largely to a difference in inthe Jftth Inth4
the th national natlonall natlonalltemperament temperament which hleh makes makesa
a German hold h ld fast ast to what he bas while whilean whileon hlle hllem
an m American will sacrifice all he owns ownsfor OWJUIfor ownsfor
for the sake of gaining more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The difference is one of Mood and race raceas rtICeas raceas
as well as s temperament It te the essen essential e essantial n ntial ¬
tial difference between the AngloSaxon AngloSaxonand Anglosaxonand AngloSaxonand
and the Teutonic races It Is the differ difference dlfercnee differenc ¬
ence enc that made It possible ro8 Ibie to colonize colonisethis colonizethil colonizethis
this continent continent and in three hundred hundredyears hnndrfllars hundredyears
years ars place it in the forefront of o nations nationsIt naUonsIt nationsIt
It is the difference that marks the leth lethargy letharg lethargy ¬
argy arg in the German colonies in distant distantparts distantJarts distantparts
parts of the world while the AngloSax AngloSaxon ¬
on colonies and the countries under An AnInSaxon An1JnSaxon An1Saxon
1JnSaxon InSaxon rule keep step with their elder elderlrothers eider1r
1 rothers 1r thera In the march of progress plO < rees Ger Germany Germany Oarmany ¬
many is a great nation but phlegmatic phlegmaticnnd pble5matlcnnd phlegmaticnnd
nnd she he has never learned the Joy of offighting orfI ofuihting
fighting fI hting the game of life for the games gamessake gamesake gamestake
sake sakeThe takeThe ake akeTht
The spirit that Herr Hempenmacher has hasnoted hunuttc hasThjtetl
noted in our speculation speculatlonundetdrable speculatlonundetdrabletllotJgh speculatIonundesIrableI undesirable undesirablethough
though I I o igh some of its manifestations are areis ar arIS areIs
is the he spirit that has turned our West Westrn Westrn Westrn
< rn deserts into fertile fields that has hasIfiund huI haslajnd
Ifiund I < md the continent together by a net network netWork network ¬
work of rails that has sent the Stars Starsnd StarsJ Starsnd
J > nd Stripes into every ever sea seaA sea seaA seaA
A combination of newspapers 11 has de derldPd de der doekied
rldPd r ld who is the moat beautiful woman in inthe Inth Inth
the th United d States but there are a num number number numbar ¬
ber of beauties lett who cannot be eon eonInfd con convinced convineed ¬
vinced Infd that the papers know 00 more about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the matter than any good mirror mirrorOne mirrorII mirrorOne
One Regulation Needed NeededAn Nccd ccdcd ccdcdAn d dAn
An article in a recent number of The TheOutlook TheOutlook TheOutlook
Outlook by Mr Stanley Washburn who whowas whowas ho howas
was correspondent corr pondent during the RussoJapa RussoJapanese ¬
nest war for or a Chicago Chl ro newspaper on onFloating onFloating onFinating
Floating Mines in Naval Warfare calls callsattention callsnt callsattrntlon
attention nt f ntlon to a subject that needs Impera Imperatively Imperatlelr imperatively ¬
tively the attention of the international internationaldelegates internationaldrlfgates InternationaldIrgates
delegates at The Hague Conference Mr MrAVashburn MrWashburn tr trWashburn
Washburn describes de crl the state of the Gulf Gulfof GulfIf Gulfcf
of If Pechill and the surrounding waters watersis terl terla
is a few months after the war started Both Bothcombatants Bothlnhatant5 Bothjnbatants
combatants lnhatant5 used floating mines anchored anchoreda
a few inches below the surface II1IrC of the thewater thewatpr theWater
water and presumably intended to be bestationary bestationary beetationary
stationary The Russians spread them in infront Infront Infront
front of the th entrance to t the harbors of ofFort otPort ofPort
Port Arthur Dalny Newehwang Pigeon Pigeonand Pigeonand Pigeonand
and Society bays 11 and other places and andthe andthe andthe
the Japanese at night lukl other fields fieldsoutside fteiodsoutside fieldsoutside
outside of these Undoubtedly some of ofthrsa ofth oftheso
thrsa th > o mines broke loose from rom their fast fastenings fastcnings ast astrnngs ¬
enings during storms but Mr Washburn Waehburnavers Washburnanrs Washburnavers
avers that some were deliberately set setadrift setadrift setadrift
adrift to float whither they would The Theevidence Theeldtnce Theevidence
evidence in support of this theory is ismeager Ismeager ismeager
meager aad in any an case it would be behard behard behard
hard to substantiate substantiateIt
It Is a fact fact however that the Gulf Gulfof Gutcof Gulfof
of Pechlli Pe < hllf wa WU pretty PAlt well crowded with withvagrant vUhagrant withvagrant
vagrant floating mines mln loose from their theirmoorings theirmoorIng theirmoorings
moorings and that from latitude N Nnorthward K Knorthward 35northward
northward navigation naipU t by merchant or orother oro orother
other o her steamers was wa a thing to be dreaded dreadedIndeed dreadedInd dreadedIndeed
Indeed Ind d the mines were so many that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when steamers reached latitude W N Nthey Nthe Nthey
they the began to station two men in the bow bowwith bowwith bowwith
with binoculars to keep a lookout for for foreign tordgn forcign ¬
eign objects in the water This in the day daytime dartime daytime ¬
time none was rash enough to keep keepgoing keepgoI1g keepgoing
going at night The war by no means meanstnded meansnded meansnded
tnded nded the danger cIa er from these menaces menacesto menacesto menacesto
to life and shipping Since the cessation cessationof
of hostilities it Is said that over thirty thirtymerchant thirtymprchant thirtymerchant
merchant vessels have been sunk by bysuch b buch bytuch
such uch mines ml and even today it is not notimprobable notImprobable notImprobable
improbable that some of them are still stillknocking sunknocking stillknocking
knocking about at the mercy of the th tides tidesSome tidesSome tidesSome
Some stringent International regulation regulationshould regulationS110UId regulationshould
should be promulgated promul atcd < on this subject subjectNo subjectNo
No 0 one questions the th right of a nation nationto nationto nationto
to defend its ports by b submarine mines inineabut minesbut minesbut
but this method thod of defense should be beso beso beCu
so conducted as to eliminate danger to
peaceful foreign marine travel The mat mattor matter mattar
tar is one that comes very properly before beforesuch beforesuch fore foresuch
such a tribunal as that of The Hague Hagueand Hagueand Hagueand
and It is to be hoped that the question questionwill questionwill questionwill
will now bo finally settled settledThe sottledThe settledThe
The prG present nt revolutionary attitude oftM ofthe of ofthe
the French wine producers has beenbrought beenbrought been beenbrought
brought about because the they cannot sentheir sailtheir sell selltheir
their wares It looks as if the enUreFrench entireFrench entire entireFrench
French nation will have to fall off thewater thewater the thewater
water wagon in order to quiet them downWherein downWherein down downWherein
Wherein We Consider Nearpoets NearpoetsTho Nca curIOet5The rpocts rpoctsThe
The Washington Herald cordially and andheartily andheartily Mndheartily
heartily welcomes additions ad ltwns to its al already alread already ¬
ready read worldfamous galaxy laxy of nearpoets nearpoetsFrom ncarpoetsFrom nearpestsFront
From New Hamp Hampshire hlre to Texas from fromMontana tromIontana from fromMontana
Montana to Florida Floridanot anot not to mention sev several 5e 5eera ccveral ¬
eral era points outside the th threemile limits limitsof limitsI limitsof
I of the seashore soashorennrpoetr nearpoetry has been beenlavished beenupon beenlavished
lavished upon us Some of it has come comeby comeI comeby
I by b way WR of our exchange some of It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been tendered by nearpoets themselves themselvesand themlelI6and themSelvesand
and some has come from loving friends friendsof friendsot friendsof
of bards too modest to let their lights lightscoruscate tightscoruecnte lightscoruscate
coruscate before men menIf menI menIf
If you ouknow know a nearpoet let us hear hearfrom hearfrom hearfrom
from or about him himor or her h r Beside Be ld such suchcelebrities suchcelebrlU suchcelebrities
celebrities celebrlU AS s Morgan Mottle Muilga To Tobias Tobia TobIas ¬
bias bia Sprlgglns Wiggins Tansy panl OBrien OBrienMcNutt O OBrienMcNutt rlon rlonMcNutt
McNutt and Jay Ja Byrd OFlannagan it itIs ItIs itis
Is an honor to shine All of these thesehold now nowhold nowhold
hold high place in the Hall of Fame we wehave wehae wehave
have set up and an there is I always room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for one more In this respect no flower flowershould flowershould wer wershoukJ
should blush b ih unseen u n or waste Its sweet sweetness sweetn6ifi sweetflees ¬
ness on the desert de rt air airBut alrBut airBut
But there must mu t be no pushing or ahoy shoving lbo lboIng ahoying ¬
ing or other unseemly unseeml conduct Here Herefor Heretor Herefor
for instance is an anonymous offering offeringcast oaerlnccat offeringeast
cast upon a cold and careless world by bythe bytbe bythe
the Pnnxsutawney Spirit SpiritThe SpiritfM SpiritThe
The btkMteaded Idbeaded MM a Bt allll as > J the kewear kewearEftaMM ise iselihteoa ir irBIt
BIt tr will wDlliK act toathcr toathcrAnd t tb4 topethertad
And fkc ae wffl do their tct to toTMag toIWtIIs aisle aisleThIs
TMag ThIs i Utdr fer cacti otter otterWho ICIMrWho etherWho
Who te the author of this tb quatrain quatrainIt quatrainTIt
It comet squarely up to the standard of ofworthy orworthy ofworthy
worthy nearpoetry as set by such emi eminent eminent statDent ¬
nent authorities as those cited above Our Ourcontemporary Oureontemporar Ourcontemporary
contemporary sees fit to give ve it forth to tothe tothe tothe
the rabble unlabefed and unsigned As to toits toIts toits
its authorship auth blp the Spirit doesnt even evenwhteper evenwbiper eveswhisper
whisper Right into this breach The TheWashington TheWlUlblngton TheWashington
Washington Herald hurls itself and andinsists andI andInsists
insists I that the writers name be beheralded beheralded beheralded
heralded while yet et there Is no room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for dispute or opportunity for rival rivalnearpoets rlntnurpott8 rivalnearpoole
nearpoets to wrest from the brow browof browof browof
of one wo worthy one single 81n sprig of oflaurel ofladlel oflaurel
laurel We are the nearpoets friend friendhte triendhit friendhis
hit guardian and his guarantee to fame fameThe flUHThe fameThe
The ivearpoeta must and shall be pro protected protedell protectstl ¬
tected Let heedless heed lea contemporaries be bewarned bewarnfd bewarned
warned let et them give credit where credit creditte creditIs reclltII
te due or beware the consequence consequenceA
A friend of the President Presidenttime saId Id some omeUme sometime
time ago that Mr Ir Roosevelt would accept accepta aceeptthird
a third term In the event ent of a war Since Sincethen Sincethen Sincethen
then California has been as a mild and a apeaceful alii aliipMCeful aspeaceful
peaceful in language as any a one could couldak eouldINk couldask
ak INkloj
Mnj loj Sylvester Honored Again AgainFor AgainFor galn galnFor
For the eighth time Maj aJ Richard Syl Sylvester Syltlter Si Sivaster ¬
vaster tlter has been elected president of the theNational the1a150118l theNational
National Association of Chiefs of Police PoliceThte PolleeThis PoliceThis
This honor has been conferred annually annuallywith amuaUr1th annuallywith
with 1th such luch regularity and unanimity upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the superintendent of the Washington Washingtonpolice WuhlnctOftpollee Washingtonpollee
pollee department that it has come to tobe tobe tobe
be taken for granted to be accepted as asa Ua asa
a matter of course It 1s I a high honor honorand honorand honorand
and a signal recognition of ability never nevertheless nevertblelll neverthaleis ¬
theless thelessWashington tblelllWaahin thaleisWashington
Washington Waahin ton may m well fU feel complimented complimentedas
as a city To be singled out year after afteryear aLterNr afteryear
year Nr by his fellows and kept at the head headof headot headof
of their organlzatlCTi Is not merely a atribute atribute atribute
tribute to him personally but a recogni recognition IeCOfnltJon recognition ¬
tion of his achievements e W at the Capital CapitalThe Capi CapiThe CapitalThe
The police system here n te as perfect as It Itcan itcan itcan
can be made with the facilities provided providedMora providedlore providedMore
Mora men could unquestionably be used usedto ecIto usedto
to advantage No small per cent of the theforce theforce theforce
force Is constantly COJIstaJlU on special duty dut in incident Inctdtnt incident ¬
cident to governmental rather than local localaffairs localatraln localaffairs
affairs Patrolmen are required to cover covertoo conrtoo covertoo
too large territory But with all 11 that thatWashington that thatWuhln thatWashington
Washington Wuhln ton te a splendidly policed city cityThe cityTbe cityThe
The system as developed and strength strengthened s strengthened w wened ¬
ened under Maj aJ Sylvester STlv ter has been free freefrom freerom freefrom
from rom graft raft and scandal and the force Is teso Isso
so notably efficient considering colUlldertn its slxe II as asto asto Uto
to attract wide attention attentionIn
In complimenting Maj 4aj Sylvester the thechiefs thehlefs thechiefs
chiefs of police likewise Ukwl e compliment complimentWashington complimentWuhlqton complimentWashington
Washington It is something to be proud proudof proudof proudof
of and we are sure that every verT good citi citizen clllZtn citiZen ¬
zen unites unit with lth The Washington Whln ton Herald Heraldin HeraJclIn lieraidin
in extending congratulations to the super superintendent superintfndent auperintendent ¬
intendent upon the continued recognition recognitionof
of his ability and good service serviceOh ervkeOb serviceOh
Oh come now it te entirely entlrel too hot to totrot totrot totrot
trot out the Cortelyou Presidential Pre tdentlal boom boomBek boomnck boomBeck
Beck to cold storage with it itWhy It ItWhy itWhy
Why Should We Nag nJ Japan JapanJapanese JapanJapanese
Japanese Jingoes jlng having been for the themoment themoment themoment
moment lulled into repose better oppor opportunity opportunlt opportunity ¬
tunity Is afforded to hear the American Americanvariety Americanvariety
variety rletT We regret that a Jarring note noteshould notelIbouid noteshould
should be sounded by the Army and Navy NavyJournal NavyJournal NavyJournal
Journal at a time when hen the Japanese Japanesesituation Japa JapasltuaUon Japane JapanesItuation
situation has dwindled d 1ndled to practically practicallynothing pracUeaIlnothl86 practicallynothIng
nothing That military organ loudly loud I de demands de deJMOOS doniands ¬
mands that we dispatch a fleet forthwith forthwithto
to Oriental waters in preparation for a awar awar awar
war that is regarded by it as bound to tocome tocome tocome
come and asserts that it would be an anact anact anact
act of decided and unmistakable hos hostility hostUlty hoetility ¬
tility for the Japanese e government to toobject toobject toobject
object to our sending our war vessels to towhatever towhatever towhatever
whatever part of the world may ma seem to torequite torequite torequite
requite their presence Japans opinion opinionof
of such a performance would depend dependaltogether dependaltOtJeth dependaltogether
altogether altOtJeth r on the purpose pur and motive of ofthe otthe ofthe
the naval mobilization If we were to tosend tosend tosend
send a fleet to the far East for the theavowed th thnV8wed theavowed
avowed object of overawing Japan or of oftaking oftaldng oftaking
taking up strategic positions with 1tl1 an eye eyeto c eyeto e eto
to future hostilities hosUlltI it would not be at all allsurprising aUurprlsJng allsurprising
surprising If the Japanese foreign office officewere officewere officewere
were to institute discreet inquiries as to tothe tothe tothe
the purport of the maneuver If the theresponse thereflpo theresponse
response reflpo of o this government were evasive evasiveand easlveand evasiveand
and unsatisfactory unsatl factor the Japanese would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be forced to the conclusion that the con concentration coneentratlon concentratlon ¬
centration of a naval naa force in her vicinity vicinitywas vicinitywas Icinlh Icinlhwas
was a hostile act and so intended Intend d to be beWould beWould e eWould
Would not a naval move of that sort sorttend sorttend sorttend
tend to aggravate feeling against us and andto andto andto
to bring about bout the very ar conflict which the theJournal theJournal theJournal
Journal thinks it would avert avertFortunately aertFortunateb avertFortunately
Fortunately the administration shows showsno showsno showsno
no sign of doing anything an thlng so foolish and andso andso
so provocative as the dispatch of a naval navalforee nalforce navalforce
force to the Orient It would be a com complete comptote cornplots ¬
plots reversal of American naval policy policyto
to maintain or attempt to maintain In Infar Infar infar
far Eastern waters a fleet capable of ofcoping ofcoping ofcoping
coping with that of Japan Jap n To do so sowould 50would sowould
would entail an enormous expendlturo of ofmonoy atmonor ofmoney
money to attain an fl object namely the thopreservation theprOlienaUon thepreservation
preservation of peace which can be at attained attained attamed ¬
tained by quite other methods methodsmethods methodsmethodsequally methodsmethodsequally methods methodsequally
equally effective and quite inexpensive inexpensiveWe InexpensleWe
We have but to adhere faithfully to the thetraditions thetrndltlons thetraditions
traditions of our foreign policy pollerto to culti cultivate oultl8te cultirate ¬
rate friendly relations with all nations nationsand nationsand nationsand
and to deal Justly with all mankind mankindSecretary mankindSecr8tar mankindSecretary
Secretary Secr8tar Root has not deviated one iota iotafrorn IotafrolI iotafron
frorn frolI this policy He has been b n engaged engagedfor engagedtor engagedfor
for somo time in composing such out outstanding outstandIng outstanding ¬
standing differences with other nations as asremain asremain asremain
remain and while he has before him a atask atnsk atusk
task of unusual difficulty difficult in arriving at a aperfect aperfeet aperfect
perfect understanding with Japan it is isone Isone isone
one not impossible of accomplishment accomplishmentthough accompHshmontthough accomplishmontthough
though made all the harder by warlike warliketalk warliketalk warliketalk
talk emanating from various gossips The Thetheory Thetheory Thetheory
theory that diplomacy guided by motives motcst
of peace and Justice is weakkneed and andcowardly andcowardlY andcowardly
cowardly is not n t one that Is nowadays nowadaysacceptable nowa nowadaysaoeaptablo aS aSaonptablo
acceptable to the better public opinion of ofcivilized ofcivilized ofcivilised
civilized nations It is worthier to make makeready makerd makereedy
ready rd the paths of peace than to prepare preparefor prep preparefor re reor
for or war especially for a war that can canoosily be beeasily beetasily
easily avoided avoidedThe avoidedThe avoidedThe
The current talk about the necessity of oflicking otlicking oflicking
licking Japan is about on a par with withthat withthat withthat
that heard all over Europe at the con conclusion oonclu concluslon ¬
clusion clu km of the war with Spain as to the thedangerous thedal1leroutJ thedangerous
dangerous role Ie the quid nunce of that thatday thatda thatday
day da were sure would be played by the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat as a world power We were wereheld werelu wereheld
lu held 1tl up by b the sensational press of Eu Europe EurOIk Burop ¬
rope rop as a menace to the worlds peace peaceJust peaceJuat peaceJust
Just as 8 Japan Ja n is now and there was the thesame tMsame thesame
same foolish apprehension appreh loR that Inflated Inflatedby Inflatedby inflatedby
by our naval and military prowess we wewould wewould wewould
would start out to clean up the universe universeas univorseas
as is now expressed by b those who profess professto prof profto
to see an allconquering nation in the theJapanese theJapan theJapanese
Japan Japanese le The one thing Is as absurd abi as asthe ASthe asthe
the other oth r Nothing othlnc has been more obvi obvious ob1ou obrione ¬
one ou In the recent foreign polka J1OI of Japan Japanthan Japanthan Japanthan
than the desire de deah ht of her statesmen to min minimize minimize misimize ¬
imize the possibility of war in any an quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter To this th end she has negotiated negotiatedtreaties negoUatodtreaU negotiatedtreaties
treaties treaU with England France and Rus Russia Russta Rueala ¬
ala the purpose e of which te the 95 main maintenance maintenance maIntenance ¬
tenance of the status quo In titft far east BastBut EutBut eastBut
But for or our traditional policy of avoiding avoidingentangling avodlncentaqllng avoidingentangling
entangling alliances there is no question questionthat que questionthat Uon Uonthat
that we could be party to a treaty treat bind binding bindIng bindleg ¬
ing Japan to keep k p her hands off the Phil Philippines PhllIppllML Philippines ¬
ippines Is there any an reason to suppose supposethat supPOsethat supposethat
that that while whU engaging to keep peace P with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the rest of the world Japan te reserving reservinga
a special ground round of quarrel with the theUnited theUltlted theUnited
United States StatesMaxim StateIulm StatesMaxim
Maxim Gorky Gork say Americano are a asilent asilent asflent
silent gloomy people Evidently rtdentt Maxim Maximhas Maximhag laximlias
has never yet 8t had an opportunity to tob use uselite usehis
his b rain check checkOne ebeekOne checkOne
One Kind of Military Rebuke RebukeAa RebukeAft RebukeAn
Aa army officer o on duty at Fort Myer Myerrecently Myerrecently 17 17reeently
recently had occasion to complain to the theWar tbeWar theWar
War Department concerning what he re regarded regardecl regarded ¬
garded as an unjustified unju tlfted reprimand This Thtewas ThItJconveyed Thiswas
was conveyed by b means of a general or order er erdel order ¬
der issued at the headquarters of the de department department depertinent ¬
partment in which Fort Myer yer er to located locatedGovernors locatedGOVmors locatedGovernors
Governors Island N Y and was w over overthe ovdr ovdrth ovdrthe
the th signature atu and presumably pr umabl by au authority autborlty anthorlty ¬
thority of Maj Gen Grant who te at the thehead thehead thehead
head of the territorial command The Thecase Thecue Theease
case was wa that of an enlisted man who whohad whohad whohad
had been tried for some > offense which re required re required required ¬
quired his punishment at the hands of ormlUtaf7 a amilitary amilitary
military court and In commenting on tM tMeall Citecase he hecase
case is the usual review Gen Grant mademention mademention made mademention
mention of the officer on duty dt at Fort FortMyer FortIer Fortiyer
Myer iyer as one who was in command of the thebattalion theba thebattalion
battalion ba t talton in which the accused soldier was wasserving waservtnc wasserving
serving The officer was mentioned by byname byname byname
name and It was al stated In the order that thathe thatbe thathe
he had failed to recognise the rights of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the soldier and had taken unwarranted unwarrantedaction unwarrantedaction unwarrantedaction
action In a certain procedure The War WarDepartment WarDepartment Warrtment
Department rtment was able to do nothing In be behalf be behalt behalf ¬
half of the appellant a nt and the department departmentcommanders departmentcomma departmentcommanders
commanders comma 4kr1 rebuke was obliged to re remain re remain memain ¬
main The appeal however accomplished accomplishedthte
this much Department commanders command have havebeen bavebHn havebeen
been asked to name the tb office oee rather than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the officer e whenever henev they have occasion occasionto
i to Indulge in critical comment and intbat inthat in inthat
that way the individual who ho is the sub subject Abject subPct ¬
ject Pct of remark need not feel that he has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been selected for or humiliation humiliationIt
It Is remarkable that such a simple de derice denee device
rice had not occurred to department com commanders commanders cornmanders ¬
manders before and that the sense of Joe Justice J JUce Joetics ¬
tics which te regulated or at least pro promoted promolfd prometed ¬
meted by Judges advocate of the staffs staffsof RaJrIof stiltsof
of department commanders did not suM suMciently 511 511eleatJT suciently
ciently prevail to spare subordinate ota officers om omtfl8 otaCOTS ¬
COTS the thelndlptty indignity of a seniors reproach reproachor
or reproof Military procedure te of ofterton mys mysterious sq sqterlous ¬
terious operation and this th case seems to toInvolve totJlvolYe toInvolve
Involve a a hopeless appeal from the rigors rigorsof rIIOIIof rigorsof
of departmental scarification scarificationMr KarUlcaUoaJilr scrflcatiosr
Mr r John D Rockefeller has been ar arrested arreate4 arrested ¬
rested for violating the speed Jaw tewDoubtless JawDo lawDoubtless
Doubtless Do btlea he doesnt want to leave any anyof aftof anyof
of them unvtelated 1 mlat when wb be ales alesHenry t tHer diesHenry
Henry Her James Jam says T American Am women w do donot donot
not Rt acknowledge aeknwl the superiority pT of 0 their theirhusbands tr trbu theirhusbands
husbands bu as the th English EDub women W do doNo doNo
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Inde th wmn 02 thi are area aNa area
a limb Ji good P brand brandAn bn bnAn brandAn deal dl harder haer to foot tol than tJ the t Eng English 1q 1qJi Baglimb ¬
An Indiana Inin man m has b been b arrested ar for foradulterating foradulterating
adulterating aulUf Wienerwurst irwm It I te I hardly hardlyposetbta hn hsrdiypoeible
posetbta p that the t nature Jur of o Wienerwurst wienerwuratcould j jcould
could couel be b changed cbDe at all al and u not nt be bechanged I Ichanged
changed cb for the better betteri btter btterTe betterThe
i The Te Houston Joto Post Pt te I now n claiming cJflq that thatthe tt ttO thatthe
the O geese ge of o the great rt State Ste of Texas Texaswill Texaswill
will wi be b depended dend upon upn entirely nUNI te I the thefuture t thefeture
future to cure the people pple of their the woes woesStmllte woesSimilla
Stmllte Simni stmitlbus amll curantur curanturDo cuntur cunturD curanturDo
Do D things tb use 1 your 1 head 1 says 1 a acommencement acmmncmnt acommencement
commencement cmmncmnt orator ot And AD yet t when t a ai agt agoat
i goat gt does d that he b te I rated rate as an a undesrra undesrrabte usdesiraide
bte W citizen citizenBe ctla ctlaa citizenBe
Be a good g boy Willie Wii and a some day dayyou dayOU dayyou
you OU may my be b President Pret and aa have bv 1MM 1MMcamels 1OUQcamels
camels came named nm after arer you says ys the Dalta D DailgiNews DaltaX
X T News e w Do D you yo mean J Willie WiS WHIt B or O Willis WilueA wa WillisA
A Boston Bton man mn ate ate seven sve lobeters It r a a few fewnights fewnights
nights J1lgh ago We W presume prue it I was some something something ¬
thing in the th nature > ure of a Kilkenny Jkennr eat eatfight ct ctfbt catfight
fight fightA fbt fbtA fightA
A Missouri lauri man mn has hs Just waked from frm frmnntTfve a aseventyfive aseventyfive
seventyfive nntTfve days dyg sleep slp We suppose sUpJ he hewill hewill
11 will have to be b shown shwn oven ove more 1t fre frequently frequenty frequently ¬
quenty quently than tha the average aveng Mteeourlan llurla for forthe forthe forthe
the next few weeks
weks anyhow anyhowAnd anyh anyhAnd anyhowAnd
And then thn too it I is Just jt possible 1 that tht the thethings te tethlnp thethings
things Thomas Tko Jefferson Jetern might say 3 to t the theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic DrUe party pty were be alive would wouldbe wouldbe
be b entirely entirey unfit unlt to t print printWhat prnt prntWblt printWhat
What Wblt has hs stolen my m youth yout away awaydemands awa awaydemands
demands demd an n Alabama Alb poet pt You Ye are ae at atliberty atliberty
Ubr liberty to search reh us usMen ul ulIen usMen
Men Ien possessed p6e of such su a beautiful bUful land landas landas
as a America Amel should shuld be b very ver proud pro of it itsaid I itsaId
said sid Gen Ge Kurokl in n Japanese Janee before beforesailing 1ore 1oreslng beforesailing
sailing slng for home home We Ve beg bg to assure the thegeneral thegorl thegeneral
general gorl It it that tt Mr 11 Rockefeller Rokefeler Is II proud of ofI oCIt ofit
I am a not nt an authority authorlt on anything anythingsay anythingS anythingsay
S say Jack Jak London Lnon And Ad yet ra he is I always alwaystalking alwAs alwAstalking alwaystalking
talking about himself himslt says 1 S the th Dimming Birmingham Brming Brmingha Dimmingham ¬
ham ha AgeHerald Oh 01 thats nothing nothingTwenty nothingTwont nothingTwenty
Twenty Twont minutes minute of rain rin per pr year yer Is the thesum tbeBum thesum
sum total tot in a certain crin section ston of Egypt EgyptReal Erpt ErptRel EgyptReal
Real Rel rains raIn In that land appear appr to be beabout beabout
about aout as frequent freuent as a Democratic Dertc reigns reignsIn regs regsIn reignsin
In this thisThe thl thlTh thisThe
The Th mayor tor of Baltimore DaUhnre wants want to re restrict restrlt restrict ¬
strict strlt bachelors to a a diet of bread bred And Andyet Andet Andyet
yet et we are taught that it is I not good god for forman forman forman
man to live le on bread bred alone aloneSays alone aloneSrs aloneSays
Says Srs the Spokane Spkae SpokesmanReview SpokesmanReviewProf SpkeslnRelew SpkeslnRelewProf
Prof Alfred AUIM Newton the thenuthorlty authority on onbirds on onbIrds n nbirds
birds Is dead ded Not the authority nuthort con contemporary contemprar contemporary ¬
temporary temprar an authority perhaps perhapsAtlanta pnhap pnhapAUata perhapsAtlanta
Atlanta AUata bakers bkers patriotically ptrtoUeaJy announce announcethat announcetat announcethat
that tat they will wi not advance advace the price of ofloaves or1ve ofloaves
loaves 1ve of bread brd notwithstanding notwitstanding tho rise riseIn riseIn risein
In the price plco of flour four We regret to ro report roport roport ¬
port however that tht they have determined determinedto
to cut down dwn the size sie of the loaves loavesIt 10e 10eIt leavesIt
It Is strange that it has hs never occurred occurredto
to wo1h wealthy automobile automblt owners that they theymight tey teymight theymight
might successfully 5ueeuly flank fnk Marshal Collins Collinsby Cmnll Cmnllby Collinsby
by making up a purse purs and presenting pr6entng the thedoughty thedoughty thedoughty
doughty officer ofcr with Ith a a machine mchine of his hisown hisown
own 0 It I perhaps would woud be a very ver short shorttime shorttme shorttime
time tme before befor the marshal mrsbal would wold come ome to toview toIew toview
view Iew the matter mtter of scorching orching in an en entirely entrely entirely ¬
tirely trely different diferent light liht
The Presidents Preident at at Oyster Bay BayResting DarReUn BayResting
Resting RestingHe ReUn RestingHe
He chops co a cord crd of wood each e day dayHe dayReUng dayHeatIng
ReUng ReUngHe HeatIng HeatIngHe
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And then he hoes hH u MM lieu I of com comOh cornOh rn rnOh
Oh he is I busy b sures surs youre Jr born bornResting brn brnReUnl bornfleeting
Resting RestingThe ReUnl ReUnlTho fleetingThe
The President Pr et haS loU o Of fun funResting funRel funfleeting
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He sweats and al swelters swel s in I the t sun sunResting aunReUn sunResting
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plained plainedYou plne plalnedYou
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who wh have 0
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sweet swet singer singerWell st singerWell
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halter lter go 1 away a from frm home he to git 8t news newsI M
I never er knew that ot Jim sang sangIn 8 8In sangin
In Society SocietyI
I made md my m money m honestly honestlyBut hy hyBt honestlyBut
But Bt pa 1 we could easily 11 lire that tt down downIf dOJ dovaIf
If I you would wuld only 0 stop J te1 telling everybody everybodyThe eJb eJbTle everybodyThe
The Tle Latest LatestThe Iat LatestThe t tT
The T oil ol magnate mJle suggested a com compromise C cosse cossWell ¬
promise promiseWeltr proaaIaeWenT e
WenT Well saM the U JudgeIts Judge JudpIt JudgeIt
Its It this way explain expsine1 1 the rich richmans rleman richmans
mans man attorney attor HIt If proceedings pne p be bedropped 1MdrOpped bedropped
dropped your honor wy client te IIIto wilting wiltingto
to plead nearguilty nearguiltyTHROUGH MarplttyTHROUGH nearguiltyTHROUGH
Foes UM JndlinapolU ll1C11ampelltTUG Nice XwmTH13 NiceThu
The longest days da of all the tit year yearAre yearAre yearAre
Are here hereAnd be beAJICI hersAnd
And yet amid their sunny cheer cheerIts dMerItl cheerIts
Its queer queerHow q1NlerHow queerHow
How we never seam to find findTime tbMtTime findTime
Time for duties of a Mai MaiThat kIIIThat kindThat
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drear drearAnd d drearAnd r rAJId
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Quick flight flightBut ftlPtBut flightBut
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Est light lightOf Ilcbtor
Of the th incaadescents glow glowWe lIoVoWe glowWe
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Well have time U enough for almost every everysight eftrTalcbt everysight
sight sightThere alcbtlber sightThee
There te always awa Day break m in inBtCore Syracuse SyracuseBefore yracuee yracueeofore
Before ofore fully un accepting Dr Wileys die dietum dieturn c cturn
turn that then te no excuse for not Mv MvUif UYIq living
Uif a hundred yean 7 a good many ma people peoplewOl people1IIm peoplewill
will expect him to offer some excuse for forliving torU forliving
U living a hundred years yearsFortunately reanPortuately yesraPortuastely
Fortunately the verbose Mr Orchard at atBoise atBoIIIe atBoise
Boise te barred by the statute of limita 1ImItaUOaa Umitationi limitations ¬
tions from roe having stolen Charlie Boss BossBut loaBut Rosslint
But even tf we were we to bolt oar food feotIt as astightly astightly
tightly t hd7 as possible It te not likely that It Itwould itwou
110 wou would hold the prices down downiUybe o1rnybe downhaybe
iUybe ybe if the physician who declares declaresthere declaraUMre declarethirs
there ia ROth nothing worse than sssoklne were wereto wereto wereto
to quit for a few days he would change changehte c chis changehis
his mind
Released ReleasedTastes nelea iteleaeietlTastes ct1 ct1Tut
Tastes Tut differ and although it may mayv maTNot mayNot
v Not be quite < hot enough for you youIt yOUIt youit
It gives lIy a a chance eba now anyway anywayFor anywayPol anywayFor
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And brandnew furniture dismayed dismayedUpon dlsmaedUPOIt dIsmayedUpon
Upon the perch did not a thing thingA lhIncblander thingA
A blander period has come comeTo comeTo comeTo
To open wide the big front door doorAnd toorAnd doorAnd
And sat in tune the JuaebusTs Juneb hum humUntil hUIItUntU humUntil
Until we take a chance once O more moreOf moreOC moreOf
Of course COU you know one cannot tell tellFrom teU teUFrom tellFrom
From day cia to day what our punk cllra cllraAte clbaAte cIbaAte
Ate will turn out for us but utweJl utweJlT well wellThe
The T Th porch now work wont much muchABOUT overtime overtimeABOUT overtimeABOUT
Gotham Gazette In in New ew York Mall MalltVe allre MaltWe
tVe re are in Vecelpt receIpt of ota a new weekly The TheBig TbeDIe TheI3ig
Big Stick of Washington D C and andextend andextend andextend
extend thereto our most cordial greetings greetingsWe greetingsWe tlnp tlnpWe
We have often wondered why hr the Capital CapitalCity CapitalClt CapitalCity
City Clt could not support a first class heb hebdomadal hebdomadal hebdomadal ¬
domadal and we can see naught save savesuccess saesucceu savesuccess
success pei peiqhing oiling ln on Its pennants The ThePost TbePo ThePoet
Post Po t te a good poor paper and so te the Star Starand Starand Starand
and Scott Bone has made a great paper paperout paperout paperout
out of The Herald but The Big Stick Stickte StickIs StickIs
Is what Washington D C has ha needed neededThere needMThere neededThere
There Is always lots of news down there thereand thereaDd thereand
and if the Stick St lek can get the govern government govemment governmont ¬
ment Job printing the rosy path should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be plain sailing The Gazette extends the theright theright theright
right S3 C g of friendship palm up upPunxsutawney upPunxlluta upPunxsutawney
Punxsutawney Punxlluta eY Pa Spirit The Big BigStick BIgSUck BigStIck
Stick is the name of a weekly journal journalpublished jourJlaIpubllhed Journalpublished
published over every Saturday Saturda by The Wash Washington WuhSngton Washhegton ¬
ington Herald Its motto Is If you see seeIt seeIt seeit
It in the Big Stick It Isnt so Its re reflections reflections refactions ¬
flections and lucubrations on on men and andevents andevents antievents
events appear under the caption of Idiot Idtotortels Idlotorlals Idiotorlals
orlals and Its weather predictions predictionsinclude PredlcUonsIncude predictionsinclude
include the whole catalogue of meteoro meteorological meteorologlca meteorological ¬
logical phenomena We predict that the theBig theBig theBig
Big Stick will make quite a hit hitTerre hitTerre hitTerre
Terre Haute Tribune Ono of tho Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington Heralds Big Stick editions edlU ns in informs Informs informe ¬
forms the public that the Indiana Au Authors Authors Authors ¬
thors Day at Jamestown is expected to toput toPUt toput
put the exposition securely on Its feet feetAlready feetAread fastAlready
Already Aread acceptances have been received receivedfrom rec8ledfrom receivedfrom
from 2516462 Indiana authors and W C CBebba CRobbs CDobbs
Dobbs has consented to take charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the itinerary Captious people may say saythere sa sathere saythere
there are not so many authors In In Indiana IndIana Irkdiana ¬
diana but they overlook the fact that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are Indiana authors living in all allparts allparts allparts
parts of the country who proudly main maintain maintain mainthin ¬
tain their title ns Hoosiers HooslersIts HooelesF HooelesIts HoosiersFAKING
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Philadelphia Ihll clphh LwSj LediU
A Tribute to George Frlslile Hour HourDaniel HonrDanlei HoarDaniel
Daniel Chester French the sculptor sculptorhas lilCulptorhu sculptorhas
has completed at his studio in Glendale Glendaleaiaas GlendaleMass
Mass 1 the model of the statue which the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of 0 Worcester are to erect M A a atribute atribute atribute
tribute to the memory of the late Senator SenatorGeorge SenatorGeorb SenatorGeorge
George Friable Hoar In this till model the thegrand thegnuld thegrand
grand old Iei man II shown seated f ted his arm armrating arms armare armsresting
rating re tlag on the arm arms of the chair and a amanuscript amaauaerlpt amanuscript
manuscript In his right hand Photo Photograph PhotograpM Photographs ¬
graph of th the model show that Mr MrTrench MrPISaeh Ir IrP1UCb
Trench has ha succeeded In getting an ex excellent exceI1eItt cxceileet ¬
cellent likeness In its general features featuresthe teaturesUM featuresthe
the poet of the stbj tbJeet t c the statue statuewill statueWIll statuewill
will not be widely wldel7unllfte unlike that of Horace HoraceGreefey I101eeCIetic7 HoraceCreelcy
Greefey In New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkPh
The Ph contract with IUt the sculptor calls for forUM torthe forthe
the delivery of the statue in time for fordedication fordedleatkm fordedication
dedication In October O tOber and Mr r French Frenchthinks FrenchtIItab Frenchthinks
thinks he will be it able le to furnish the thecompleted theeompleted thecompleted
completed work then The cost of the thememorial tbeJDhaor1al thetaSmotisi
memorial will be paid through popular popularsubscriptions popularaubecriptiOfts popularsubscriptions
subscriptions from the people of Worces Worcester W Worcestee fteS fteSter ¬
ter at which wltl b place the dead statesman statesmanlived statelmanUv statesmanlived
lived Uv many years yta and where wh re h ho was wasknown wukaoft wasknown
known and admired by practically every everycltiaen everyciUMft everycitlien
cltiaen So far Ole exact site for or the thestatue thestatue thestatue
statue has not been selected but it will willbe wU1be willbe
be somewhere on the Worcester common commonnot commonnot commonnot
not far from the tb city ell hall hallBoll hallDoll hailLioll
Boll Weevil ee11 Here I1cr to Stay StnyThe StnTThe StayThe
The scientists IIClentl ta who a a few ew years 1 ago agoentertained agoeatertalfted agoentertained
entertained widely divergent views v1w as to tothe totbe tothe
the future of the boll weevil now sewn sewnte seemto m
te be agreed that the bug IB here to stay stayFor atayor stayFor
For the benefit of the uninitiated It there therebe therebe thereb
be b any such uch now after miles mn s and miles milesof mllellloC milesf
of f article have been written about the thepest tbet thepest
pest It may be explained that the an anthonomua antbono anthonossus
thonomua tbono grandls grand as It IB technically technicallyknown tecbaleaUyImown technicallyknown
known is the cottondestroying insect insectwhich InHCtwhich insectwhich
which crossed the Rio Grande from Mex Mexico 1lexIc MoxIco ¬
ico something over a decade ago and has hassince hqlIDee hassince
since progressed ood steadily northward and andeastward andtMtwani andeitward
eastward through the cotton belt Since SinceHa SiJIceIts Sinceits
Its first appearance the we weevil vil has cost costthe eostthe costthe
the cotton farmers of the South and andespecially andespecially
especially 7 of Texas to which bleh Its I opera operations operattona operalions ¬
lions were confined for sOme years ean un untold untold ontold ¬
told million of dollars At first so thor thorough tbor0UWb thor011gb ¬
ough was the destruction wrought In lasome InIOIIIe Insoiso
some sections the IM planters cast about aboutfor aboutfor aboutfor
for some other crop 6op and talked of 0 aban abandoning abandoD1Da abandosing ¬
dosing cotton culture entirely Since the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal Department of Agriculture took tookcognizance tooke tookcogaisanee
cognizance e ltlee of the subject IUb t however ma material mawrtal materIl ¬
terial progress toward the circumvention circumventionof
of the pest has been made as a result of ofthe otlbe ofthe
the application of uptodate cultural culturalmethod culturalmethoch culturalmethods
method and of close attention to the thecotton theI thecotton
I cotton fields generally The kelep or orant orant orant
ant which was discovered dt erOd in the wilds of ofGuatemala otOuemala ofGuatemala
Guatemala by Dr O F Cook of this thiscity th15dty thiscity
city and Imported tJlt Orted to Texas In consid considerable coMlderable conaldarabic ¬
erable numbers for the purpose of 0 wag wagmg w wIn waglug
mg In war on the weevil did its It work sat satisfactorily atlefaetor1l7 satIsfactorily ¬
isfactorily but In too limited a way to toresult toruult toresult
result in any benefit The ants could not notsurvive notaurvte notsurvive
survive the Texas Teoc winter winters and of course coursecould cou coucould coursecould
could not be brought to this country in insufficient Inu Inumclent
sufficient u quantities to be spread over overanything overaDythJJlg overanything
anything like an extensive territory Now Nowthe r rthe Nowthe
the ant theory has ha been practically practicallyabandoned praetleallyaMDdoaect practicallyahandoised
abandoned aMDdoaect and the methods already alreadyferred re referred metermed ¬
ferred to are being depended on almost almostexclusively almotexcluhely almostexclusively
exclusively It is now possible to grow growI powcotton growcotton
I cotton In spite of the weevil but that thatthe tbatu thatthe
the pest will ever be exterminated Is not noti JIOtbeUeftd notbelieved
i believed by any any of the experts 6IWr In time timeIt tbneIt timeit
It probably will be it found foa over the whole wholeof wholof bole boleof
of the cotton cottonbelt cottonbeltMtime belt beltJlore beltIoru
Jlore Ioru YIMturft to Hnvrall linnnilThe hawaiiTb I IThe
The Tb Territory Territo of Hawaii that entranc eatraJleroup eutranclug i iing
lug group roup of stands which composes composesthe COtnpoeetthe composesthe
the half way house of the Pacific te teto Isto Iato
to be favored with a visit from a second lecondPUb secondparty j jparty
party of American Congressmen soon soonI oonThe soonThe
I The first party to which reference refe has hasbeen balbHn hasbeen
been made In this column left Honolulu Honoluluhomeward Honoluluhomeward Honoluluhomeward
homeward bound some e two or three threeweeks threeweeb threeweeks
weeks ago and the other malihlnte asj asjthe u uthe isthe
the Hawaiian He term tea tenderfeet are areexpected areexpeeted irsexpected
expected next Month The members el elthe cthe atthe
the first group of vtsttors were royally royallyentertained ropJIrentertained royallyentertained
entertained and pined much information informationregarding InIonnatloarqardUQr Informationretarding
regarding the Island which the Ha Hawaiian Hawaiian Hawailan ¬
waiian residents hope will result in some somebadly 101Mbedly somebadly
badly needed legislation for the good < ood of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Territory The second party which whichcan wblchealt
can hardly expect ex as much attention a as asthe utbe asthe
the first will be composed of Represents Representatives ReprMeDtatnfa Representstires ¬
tires Cocks of the Oyster 07 ter Bay Ba N Y Ydistrict TdlMrlct VdistrIct
district Reynolds of Pennsylvania Mc McKlnney XcKlnDfY McKinney
Kinney of Illinois 11I100 and Higgins of Con Connecticut ConJ1eetlcut Conneeticut ¬
necticut Messrs e Tawney and Dalzell Dalzellexpected DalaeUPSpected false falseexpected
expected to go and had made reserva reservation reservatiosts rva rvatIona ¬
tion tIona on a government transport but since sincehave shttehaft sincehave
have informed the Honolulu committee committeethat eommtttesthat committeethat
that It will be Impossible for them to toget toaW7 toget
get away awayXo aW7Xu swayNo
Xo Arrest Wna n Mnde MndeIn MaileIa Incle Inclelit
In Dupont Circle these days the flowers flowersbloom AowsbIOOID flowersbloom
bloom m In all their story and many maD a apedestrian apectMtrlan apedestrian
pedestrian stops to sue at their beauties beautiesor uti utior
or inhale their fragrance The flower flowerbeds IIowtfbeds flowerbeds
beds are jealously guarded by the park parkpolice parkbat parkico
police ico but the theVother Other tMr day there was a amoment amolMDt amoment
moment or two of forgetfulness Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the circle came a fashionable young youngmother YOUD YOUDt youngmo4her
mother t er with 1tb a nurse and a a little girl The Thechild Theehild Thechild
child was beautifully dressed and her herpretty herprettJ herpretty
pretty face was crowned with a a wealth wealthof wealthor wealthof
of golden hair which fell in ringlets over overI oerhlol overher
I her shoulders The Tb nurse stopped sto to sit siton lIton alton
on a bench mother met a friend and the thebaby thebaby
1 baby was u alone Without hesitation she sheturned sheturned be betumed
turned to the big bed of heartsease and andto andto andto
to the horror of all the other children childrenwho chlldrtnwho childrenwho
who knew the dire pains and penalties penaltiesfor penaltiesfor naJU naJUfor
for touching touchln the flowers the litle one onecalmly OD ODcalmlY onecalmly
calmly began to gather them She select selected selected selected ¬
ed only onl the largest and best bestSoon bestSoon bestSoon
Soon a cop came along swinging a aclub aclub aclub
club as tall as the child and with 1th a agasp apSI agasp
gasp of consternation conat maUon he > sprang for forward forward forward ¬
ward The little lItt1 one turned and held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the flowers fto n up for him to see e Ixwk Ixwkshe Iookbe Iokshe
she be said lei Aint they boofull She was wasso wa wasso
so unconscious of o having given any of offense ofttnee oftense ¬
tense that the policeman was stumped stumpedIts stumpedIts stumpedIts
Its agin aginacin agin the law he stammered stammeredJust ItammeredJust stammeredJust
Just then the mother came up and saw sawwhat laWwbat sawwhat
what had happened She was profuse profusein
in her apologies apoto et and offered to pay for forthe forthe forthe
the damage She scolded the child childThrow childThrow childThrow
Throw those flowers down wn now nowaaJd site sitesaid h hsaid
said and when you ou get home home the therest thereat therest
rest was left to be inferred inferredThe Inforrec1The informedThe
The policeman pollc an scratched his head headSure headSure headSure
Sure I ought to arrest her he said saidSo al saidSo
So far from being frightened the child childcrept childcrept childcrept
crept up to him and slipped her hand handinto handInto handinto
into his You go o home wid your our mamma mammaaid mammaaid mammasaid
aid aid the officer then No dont throw throwthim throwthlm throwthim
thim away awaIet let her keep tlilm mam mamAn mamAn mamAn
An mam theres no harm done den at all allsure allsure allsure
sure I wouldnt punish her Dood by byt b bsaid bysaid
t said aid golden lden hair as she trotted away awayShe awayShe awayShe
She still had the flowers and the incident incidentwas Inddentwas incidentwas
was closed closedBnrton closedDnrton closedBurton
Burton Favors Revision RevisionThe RevisionThe chlonThe
The speech of of Representative Theodore TheodoreE
E Burton of Ohio at Aurora Ill last lastFriday lutFrida lastFriday
Friday Frida night affords still another evi evidence 01dence oyldoses ¬
dence that prominent Republicans are areawakening arewakening areawakening
awakening to a realization of tho neces necessity neeMsit nocessity ¬
sity of tariff revision Mr Ir Burton is isone Isone isone
one of the deepest thinkers and most mostcareful mo mostcareful t tcareful
careful students In Congress He isx Is inde independent Independent mdcpendent ¬
pendent and outspoken and the observer observermay ob observermay erormay
may rest assured that he is not rec recommending recommending raeontmending ¬
ommending tariff revision because of the theexigencies theexigencies theexigencies
exigencies of practical politics but be becausa beCue because
Cue ho thinks the tariff should be re revised realthough re1t ¬
vised 1t although he is as strong a believer believerin
in the principle of protection as the moet moethardened m08thardened mosthardened
hardened standpatter standpatterA
A t new story on Mr Burton Is going goingthe goIngllM goingthe
the rounds rnun IiJ now no by the way His pros prospective prospeethe prospective ¬
pective arrival in a small Ohio town townwas townwas
was 88 thus announced by a local paper paperIlM papernIL paperlies
nIL Theodora Burton Dvrt D of Cleveland trill trillMrar de deIh Se Seline
line Ih UM PbBrth of July address In Mechantesbwe MechantesbweIt lec 1daGurlt 1daGurltIt
It fcabD 11 understood that the ladles of this maine rommuBttjr CIOIDIRUteDlend maineaug
Bttjr ban tendered Mrs rD Burton an Invitation to tofeed totIIM toIniepeadence
feed Independence Ipc dtslCe Day Ds in Mcchaniobarg and it ith itre ItIi
h same re than Iftelr that the be will lil bo our guest 11 en entat tIQUII entic
tat Feorta Bile fe a most attnctlre woman awl aadher aBt1Me awlher
her appeataMe a Dee hn her trill bo a great teat erect eTEl t IB social socialtesta otklire asciiMr
testa testaMr
Mr Burton it is ISV perhaps superfluous superfluousto
to tell Washingtonians Wnshlnl tonlans is a bachelor bachelort
Mr Brynnfi Drnn Definition De nltlCn the th Topic of ofVarious otVarloUIi ofVarious
Various Able Editors EditorsKMM EditorsitMn
1 KMM the New ew Ted YOItIIn TedIn a aIn
In point pont of fact t It IB ac difficult to de define detine detine ¬
tine a Democrat as it hi to define a Re Republican ne nepubUcan Republican ¬
publican A Republican at the present presenttime pre ntUme presenttime
time might roughly ro hly be defined as a de descendant de descendant tiesesndnt ¬
scendant of o the followers of Lincoln who whohas whob whohas
has b appropriated nearly Mrl all the doctrines doctrinesof
of W J Bryan Ha might ml t aIIoh also be de defined deftMel tiefined ¬
fined from the high tariff and trust truststandpoint treatstandpoint I IstandpolJlt
standpoint as one who believes In the thegreatest thereatfat thegreatest
greatest reatfat good to the smallest number numberBut numberBut numberBut
But while there is difficulty m In giving a asatisfactory aIRttaCaetory asatisfactory
satisfactory definition of a Republican Republicanthere RepublicanUNre Republicanthere
there Is none as to the real thing when whenIt
It comes eo to practical action Nobody Nobod dis discusses dllCUNeI tilscusses ¬
cusses cusses What Is a Republican because becausewhile beca becahlh becamewhile
while hlh the party may ma wear Josephs coat coatof coatot coatof
of many colors there Is practically but butone butone butone
one homogeneous body underneath It Itanimated It Itanimated itsnitnated
animated by the same s spirit add the same sameaims lIIunealms sameaims
aims When the Republican party gets to todiscussing tocUlleung todiscussing
discussing What Is a Republican r r the theDemocratic tbeDemoeraUc theDemocratic
Democratic party pa ty can sit up and take takefresh tak takfrellh takefresh
fresh hope hopeFrom hopeF hopsPress
From F th u uWe SprfavSeU B fleisthna fleisthnaWe 1 MfeuL MfeuLWe
We might DI ht add that If the World ever eversucceeds eversuceeedl eversucceeds
succeeds in defining a Democrat it should shouldopen sbouldopen shouldopen
open Its columns colum to the question What Is Isa Isa isa
a Republican For since Roosevelt has hasoccupied hasp hasoccupied
occupied p the center of the stage tage Repub Republicanism RepubIIcanl Republlcanism ¬
licanism IIcanl has come to mean me a new and aaddifferent anddUferent anddifferent
different thing and hence it is that the theRepublican theIepubllcaJ theRepublican
Republican party now has ha It I its Roosevelt RooseveltRepublican ROOMVttRepubllcu RooesvitRepublicans
Republican and its reactionaries reactionariesFrom lisetlonarimPius
From 1 the Baton UenM UenMIn IIeNIdIn lisraidIn
In the technical party part sense 8C H President PresidentRoosevelt PrwtRoo PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo and Gov Hughes H b are are r rcourse of ofcourse ofcourse
course not Democrats But ia the thebroader thelMoeder thebroader
broader sense as believing bellnt in the rule ruleof MIleot ruleof
of the tb people and desiring de to make the thegovernment thepYimtment thegovernment
government an a Instrument in the tbeof bands bandsof handsof
of the people to carry out their will are arenot a anot arenot
not these the Republican executives ae thor thoroughly tholoUChJy thoroughly ¬
oughly Democratic as Mr Bryan himself himselfVnm JdIMtlCFrc himselfPenis
Penis tae New Tort TritaM TritaMMr Trarlr ToiitMr
Mr Bryan seems to think that Damon Damonand Daatonand DaMonand
and Robespierre were ere the original Demo Democrats Democraw Demoemits ¬
craw At any rate he favors adopting adoptingfor adoptingfor adoptingfor
for present day cia purposes their ancient ancientslogan ancientslopn ancientslogan
slogan Lea artetoerates a 5 to lanterne lanterneVttm 1aJItetneFre lanternePros
Pros UM PhuaddphM lhIWtl Pmt PmtBoiled IIfta6B PassBoiled
Boiled B lled down Col Bryans definition of ofa ofa ofa
a Democrat seems aee to be that a Democrat Democratis
is I a Democrat when he Is a Democrat Democratbut Democratbut DemOcratbut
but not at any other time timeDUTIES timeDUTIES timeDUTIES
Some Advice to Telegraph Tcle rnplt Comnon Comnonle ColltpnnIe Comptulies
le ies and Their Employes BI11IlocliFroa ltiiiploycaPm i iFraa
Fraa Pm th till New York Journal of Contra ContraThe cTbe CosmemThe
The service of the telegraph companies companiesIs eommIs
Is essentially a public service lee and its I in intemmtion InttrrupUou intermuption
temmtion by a strike Itrlk of the operators operatorswhatever operatorswhatever operatorswhatever
whatever its cause would not simply ply be bean beaD bean
an injury to the companies and their bust business bulJIeR bustflees ¬
ness as corporate organIzations of private privatecapital privatecapital privatecapital
capital but would affect Injuriously if ifnot ItJ10t Ifnot
not disastrously all business operations operationsconducted operationseoncIucted operationsconducted
conducted on a Urge scale throughout the thecountry theCOUJltry thecountry
country It would seriously enout harm much mucheven maeheYen mucheven
even of local trade and industry and In Inconvenience InCODftnte inconvenience ¬
convenience ce the entire public If the thecompanies tbeCOIIIpanJea thecompanies
companies should propose to suspend that thatservice thataemce thatservice
service in order to carry any an point of oftheir ortbelr oftheir
their own OJI either with their employes or ortheir ortbetr ortheir
their customers or for any purpose of ofcoercion orcoeftlon ofcoercion
coercion or of ultimate gain it would be bedeemed bedeemed bedeemed
deemed an Intolerable outrage and the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts would be promptly called upon to toInterpose toInte1pGM tolntermee
Interpose to compel them to perform the theduties theduU theduties
duties for which hkb they tbe are chartered under underpenalty uJIderpenalt7 underpenalty
penalty of forfeiture of then franchises franchisesSuch flftehlseSucb franchisesSuch
Such a performance on the part of the thecorporations tbecorporatlonl thecorporations
corporations Is in fact inconceivable inconceivableBut IDCOOCtvableBut
But for or the telegraph operators In the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of the companies through an or organisation orpaSaaUon orginisatlon ¬
ganisation of their own Independent In t of oftow otlaw oflaw
law to jobs in forcing a suspension or orhaterrapt a aserious aseiloes
serious haterrapt interruption of the service would wouldhave wouldhave
have the same practical effect so far tarthe as asthe asthe
the attempt proved successful 1 uJ and In its itsmotive Itamotive itsmotive
motive and purpose would be no more morejustifiable moreJuatlftable moreJustifiable
justifiable than a lockout by the com companies companlH cornpanics ¬
panics Whether it could be treated treatedcouptraey as a aconspiracy aconspiracy
conspiracy or a combination In restraint restraintof
of trade under existing exl tln law may be bequestion a aquestion aquestion
question but that it would be an Intolera Intolerable intolerable Intolerable ¬
ble outrage out e as surely BUI as if It were the act actof actof ct ctoC
of a corporation admits of no doubt As Aswe Aswe Aswe
we have contended in regard to threatened threatenedstrikes threatenedIItrikes threatenedstrikes
strikes on railroads there should be some somelegal IOmeI somelegal
legal I method of compelling an adjustment adjustmentof
of disputes dleput between public service ser corpo corporations corporations corporations ¬
rations and their employes which would wouldmake wouldm wouldmake
make m e a general strike or an arbitrary in interruption interruption intermuptlon ¬
terruption of the service RrT to the Injury of ofthe ortn ofth
the th public Impossible Individual workmen workmenin w rkmn rkmnIn
in any employment public or private cor corporate corporate carpeTite ¬
porate or personal cannot and should not notbe notbe notbe
be prevented from exercising e taIng the freedom freedomto
to quit whenever they the are dteatisfied dteatisfiedwith cllUatlllddIth dlesatisdedwith
with Ith their th lr compensation or their th 1r treat treatment tttmeJlt tieatment ¬
ment but bu that te a different matter from froman froman froman
an organised combination directed by offi officers 011IefrtI ottirc ¬
cers rc calling out the th whole bole body of em employes emplo1N employas ¬
ployes or the entire force at important importantpoints Importantpotnt Importantpoints
points regardless of Individual grievances grievancesor Irtev Irtevor
or right rlCht as a means of coercion to attain attainsome attalaIOrDe attainsome
some object agreed upon uponImmigration uponII11I11I uponIznmtmrntion
Immigration II11I11I rntlon FlsrnroH FlsrnroHhwm FIJllrC8Pro Flgnrcsiron
Pro UN Beam TrmmeHpU TrmmeHpUThe Traoa2tpThe T TThe
The Immigration Immi atton returns retur for eleven elevenmonths elevenmonths elevenmonths
months stamp this as the recordbreaking recordbreakingyear <
year for fo new ne arrivals In the whole of oflast orJut oflt
last year the largest in the history of ofimmigration ofImmlcraUon ofimmigration
immigration at that time the number numberlanding numberIandlJlg numberlanding
landing on these shores was 10W7JS 10W7JSwhile 101 1OUG3while > a awhile
while already during the current fiscal fiscalyear ftacalyear fiscalyear
year it te 111130616 1130615 and If this month main maintainc malntalas maintains
tainc the ratio it will amount to 1J00008 1 1ror 1JOOtaIFor 1J00008For
For the last fifteen years 8r11 the th lowwater lowwatermark lowwatermark lowwatermark
mark was as in 1IK II when ben only 2991 221 aliens allenrarrived alleMarrived aliensarrived
arrived arrivedTllc
The Root of the Trouble TronlilcFMM Tron1JleProa Troubleiron
iron the Itttataug Post PostIt PaMIt Postit
It is amusing amust to see one of the stand standpat ltaaclpat standpat
pat organs giving Its strong < approval approvalthe
the action of the government against L Lthread the thethread thethread
thread trust It groWs eloquent in its de denuncUUon denunclatJon tienunclatlon
nuncUUon of this trust t but if It were WT no nofor
for the unduly high tariff < on bread hread th thtrust
trust could not have put up the priceto
to our own consumers as it has done Tb Tbsame The Thenme Thesame
same thing ig I true as to many man other in industries Indu industries ¬
dustries du trlfll
Nothing to Arbitrate ArbitrateFront ArbitratetIIo ArbitrateFren
Front UM KMMS K CUjr Clt Star StarThe SUrThe flOatThe
The trouble between the packing paekl he heteamsters
teamsters and the packers ken in Chicago i ito Is Isto ito
to be settled by arbitration In the con controveray controelB controversy
troveray troelB between the beef trust and th thpeople
people however there is to be no arbi arbitration arbitration aridtration ¬
tration So long as the public has th thmoney
money leOne to meet the advancing meat pricethe
the trust has 8 nothing to arbitrate arbitratePax arbitratePnx arbitratePnx
Pnx Roninna RoninnaFraa RomnnaPnIIII flonianuPaiai
Fraa UK Florida TtaMUntoa TtaMUntoaMr T1MqU TherePalesMr
Mr 11 Taft ie drawing gradually nwrer nwrerto n ntrsrto Rrer Rrerto
to Japan leaving undiluted peace pea e behind behindhim be behindhim lnd lndhIm
him and taking an an abundant fresh sup supply supply supply
ply with 1tl1 htma him kind of Roman quiet quietude qutude quietude ¬
Why Xott XottFiwi XotfPr Not NotPisis
Fiwi Pr Ute New eW York Wcrid WcridWhen WadelWhen wmisWhen
When the Kentucky Republicans de demand demand tiemind ¬
mand a Presidential candidate in ful fulRecord fun funAoeoro fullaccord
Record with those policies poIlel they RIME RIMEmean
mean Theodore Roosevelt himself himselfTHE ntmMlfTIIB V VTIlE
Enter the tee mini A afefcty It nun is be beAud 1M 1MAlld heAsS
AsS to UM iwntteg world at large a tm reality reehltiII I Ilit
lit 11 takes a Uttto vtae iisee sf foe a aE d Milt it f far r adbM
dine dbMThats d dineThats
Thats bwJU worth a sinaI aad ho knows it allUM
UM Urn UrnNo IM tineNo
No 0 netter how we te kWt It ki about UK price wa tare topar
par parYoull 11 parYoull
Youll Sir1 tn h hA keeps OB otearstas to UM tame eW eWarcfit eIdCllref elicsrefie
arcfit Cllref csrefieWere war warWere lnFWeTIII
Were sties of ptatwod frfidly whet fate to held in inettre
ettre ettreFor earoJFlit
For the tae nan an T men he leads upon the dark darkPfateafan dirtPietism lit litP1ttte
ian shore f
tblreD Btnisgham D am Afrttenld AenmldI Attlrra3da
The Tb miserable telephone service In InLondon InLondon InLondon
London te something to alMost drive an anAmerican a1A1can aiAnibzlcan
American frantic with impotrot rage ragesaid rIPMid ruesaId
said Mr R It S 5 McGanrey IeC of Chicago at atthe atthe atthe
the Arlington ArlingtonI
I had one or two experiences 1ft toy toying b7IDg trylag ¬
lag London telephones while there recent recently reetntIy rsetntly ¬
ly and am prepared to say a7 that they are areso areSO re V Vso
so atrociously bad that one on wop4e WOIM1In > s tow towon 1Iowon howon
on earth the th public endures e dVltll them tta I gap gapposed appoMd aspposed
posed they were the limit of teeffldency teeffldencyand lMIIdeMyand Inedlelencyanti
and yet el when I endeavored encIea vored to talk over overa OYerA overa
a Paris telephone a few days cia later Ia I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was bound to admit it would take M ex expert IXlort axport ¬
pert to say y which of the two was the themore themo themore
more mo diabolical failure failureWhat faDu faDuWhat failureWhat
What was the matter with tan tfewmWhy tanWby thornWhy
Why everything erJthlnl It took minutes to get getcentral Jetcentral getcentral
central instead of seconds as In I the theUnited thelnUfd thetnlted
United States and then after you had hadsecured JaadNeured hadsecured
secured your victim audible and spin mjtoterrupted mterrupted spinterrupted
terrupted conversation was impossible impossibleAfter ImposeibicAfter e eAfter
After a few fe half understood word word8 there therewould tMfewould therewould
would come a break bres It and a prolonged protaagedwait proIoapdwatt prolongedwait
wait Then the rest of the Interview Interviewwould lat latwouhI interviewweek
would go in this order Whats that thatNo tllatNo thatNo
No I cant catch it it What did didRepNt y you say sayRepeat sayRepeat
Repeat that please pi and so on ad r1nauseam adnauseam adnauseam
nauseam nauseamThe nauseamTb nauseamThe
The Tb reason for such a pitiable service serviceI
I did not learn but it did not take me melong melong melong
long to get et enough and I found to Jld it easier easierand eserand er eraDd
and far more agreeable to get ia a cab cabaad caball4l caband
and ride two miles Ift to talk with a person personthan penonthalt personthan
than to attempt an abortive abortS confab by bywire bywlre bywire
wire wireParis
Paris k a grand grandd and glorious old berg Imrgbut MQbut bergbutlhadsoaoughofittbtsyndrteist
but butlhadsoaoughofittbtsyndrteist I had enough 0USb of it this year to km kmme aatJIHI V Vme
me for a while said Mr W M J Boatwfek Boatwfekof
of 9an Francisco at the Sborehsjo SborehsjoMy ilborshantMy
My 7 troubles were w the same that hun hundred 1I1mdreck kentirade ¬
tirade dred upon hundreds of my fettowetttacns fettowetttacnsof
of the Unite State experience ex and andwere andwere andwore
were due 41 to the fact that the hotels of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the French capital were utterly made bIMequat madequite inadequate ¬
quite to accommodate the swarm awaa of ofAmerican otJIMIIeaa ofAmerican
American tourists who Invade the t town twnI wn wnI
I wrote weeks before bco leaving home to the thebetel thebetel thebetel
betel which bleh I had patronized many times timessent UaMIIent timessent
sent a cable the day I sailed led from New 2fewYork NewYork NewYork
York York and took the further precaution of ofwiring or1rtn1r ofwiring
wiring from Cherbourg Cbftbou but after all allthis allthis allthis
this when wb n I got to my hotel at almost almostmidnight alMOStmtdt almostmidnight
mtdt midnight gbt the manager threw up his hishands blsbalMls hishands
hands despairingly de and bagged forgive forgiveness tocpn forgIveness ¬
ness n for not being able to give me and andmy andm7 andmy
my wife any quarters quarte He Hew said his house househad bou8bad househad
had been full for weeks wee and < it looked as asthough astbousb asthough
though none of his guests would ever everleave ever1ave everleave
leave But he it had with Infinite trouble troublegot tlOllbeot troublegot
got me a room in an oM dilapidated dilapidatedhouse dtla1latedhoUR dIlapIdatedhouse
house near by where bere I could make out outuntil outuntil outuntil
until morning and then I could probably probablysecure proIIablylleCure probabirsecure
secure better lodgings p elsewhere After Afterward Afterward Afterward ¬
ward I found I had played m in luck to get getany getany t taDY
any sort of place to sleep in In for on that thatvery uatYW thatvery
very night more than one American failed failedof ailedof failedof
of finding a a bed anywhere putting la all allthe allthe allthe
the hours until dawn going from one onehotel onehotel onehotel
hotel to another always to be met with withthe withthe withthe
the same information of a packed packedFinally house houseFinally houseFInally
Finally I ws lucky enough to got in installed Installed installed ¬
stalled in my own ow hotel but discovered discoveredthat dIacoeredthat discoveredthat
that French thrift had availed itself of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the opportunity to charge cbar me Just twice twicewhat twicewhat twicewhat
what I had paid the previous year that is isto Isto isto V
to say Jtt 10 a a day for a room without a abath abath abath
bath All over the city the hotel pro proprietors proprlftora proprietors ¬
prietors had doubled their prices and I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think if they t y had trebled them the rush rushto 1UIhI rushto
I to get quarters would have been been Just as asstrong asstrong
strong atro for the people were there tlere and at atthe atthe atthe
I the mercy mere of the tavern keepers This Thiscondition Thiscondition Thiscondition
condition prevailed all through tfe month monthof IMDthof monthof
of May and well wilIlnto Into June JuneIt JUIlfIt JuneIt
It was the same way my wife told me mem mehi meIn
m hi the stores for or she also knows Paris Parisquite Parisquite Parisquite
quite well and this year was quick to sea seathat t6tbt seethat
that the shopkeepers have raised thrfr thrfrtariffs thdrtariffs thetrtariffs
tariffs fully 100 per cent Just for the bene benefit beneat bonefit ¬
fit of the Yankee visitors This further furtherItem furtherItem lurthetitem
Item I got from her and know it te au authentic authentic authentic ¬
thentic These exceeeive prices for fem feminine feminine fernmine ¬
inine belongings te for the spring and andsummer andSUIlUlMr andsummer
summer mouths when the daughters of ofAmerica otmerlca ofAmerica
America merlca are there t with fat pocketbooks pocketbooksand
and eager r to buy Alter their departure departurefor
for their native shores when the pur purchasing purelwlln purchasing ¬
chasing public includes only the tb4IlocaJ local fair fairsex fairsu fairSex
sex down go the prices to the Dermal Dermalfigures 8OftD1ft permitfigure
figures ft which attract the prudent Pa Parieiennes PaleDDea Parislonnes
rieiennes rieiennesA
A prominent New Orleans Oft businessman business businessman DfIS DfISmu
man mu Mr ltd d Young y who te at the Ra Raleigh Ralelrb Rnleigh ¬
leigh and who te on his h way to China Chinaand Cbinaancl Chinaand
and Japan with tJtb which countries hi hihouse his hishoue hishouse
house has a large trade told a Herald Haraldreporter Heraldreporter Weraldreporter
reporter V something < of Southern and andLouisiana andLouIlJaJl andLouisiana
Louisiana political sentiment sentimentI
I think that you can safely fely say re remarked remar memarked ¬
marked mar Mr Young < that for the first firsttime arlittime firsttime
time in a quarter of a century nt1llJ there will willgo willgo wIllgo
go from Louisiana to the next Republican Repablteannational Republicannational Republicannational
national convention a delegation that thatwttl thatwHl thatwill
will act as a unit and In perfect barlDOD barlDODFurthermore harmonyPurthermore harmony harmonyFurthermore
Furthermore I think this delegation UOa of ofwhich otwbJeh ofwhich
which I expect to be a member will willenthu M Menthusiastically beenthusiastically
enthu enthusiastically luUcaU in favor of renominattng renominattngPresident NIIO lIaatlngP renosninatingPresident
President P eJlt Roosevelt Roo That Is the way waythings wa wathtnp waythings
things look now and I do not see why whythere whythere whyiheme
there should be any change ehan I travel tra trarrtRt a agreat a agreat
great deal In many Southern States and andwherever andbftr andwherever
wherever bftr er I go the people are for the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President unreservedly un fTedly and insist that thathe that1M thatbe
he be given another term The Democrats Democratstalk Democratstalk Democratstalk
talk this quite as freely as the Repub Republicans RfPubllcan RepubDeans ¬
Deans It would be no surprise Indeed Indeedshould bIdeedsbould Indeedshould
should Roosevelt R elt run to see him carry carrytwo carntlllO carrytwo
two or three of the Southern States tatea He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would do this not only on account of his hispersonal hispereonal hispersonal
personal popularity but because many of ofour orour ofour
our people believe that hk continuance continuancehi
In office means a continuance of national nationalprosperity nadonalproeper1ty nationalprosperity
prosperity proeper1tyTbe prosperityThe prosperityThe
The South k not at all attached to toWilliam t tUltam toWilliam
William Ultam J Bryan It views his eanOMacy eanOMacywith e4acywith c cith
with ith indifference indlerence or downright eoMaee eoMaeeand eoNaeealld eoidaeerand
and if he should be nominated thousand thousandof tbOaaDdaof
of lifelong Democrats In our country countrywould cwntr cwntrwould counirwould
would support him with extreme reluc reluctance reluctaJlCt reluctance ¬
tance said Judge Ji X Garwood a anoted anoted anoted
noted lawyer of Houston Tex at the theNew theNeW theNew
New WIllaxtL WIllaxtLOldfashioned WUIarOldtubloaect WillardOIdfaahiond
Oldfashioned party men down our ourway 011way owway
way do not indeed regard Co CeI Get Bryan Bryana Bryanas Bryanas
a as a Democrat at all Men who ho got gottheir lottheir gottheir
their doctrine and political faith from fromsuch fTOmsuch fromsuch
such leaders as Roger R r Q Q MUte X Richard RichardCoke RlcbardCoke RichardCoke
Coke John H II Reagan and the elder elderCuibersoa elderCulbereoa eiderCulberson
Cuibersoa consider It ridiculous that tht thtXebraskan thtebrBekan thoNebraskan >
Nebraskan should be deemed a Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
crat No man who ho advocates the poll policies pollclM poildes ¬
cies des he h does which bleh involve a centrallza centralization centrallzaUoIt centrallzatloit ¬
tion of all authority auth rlt at the National Cap Capital CapItal Capital ¬
ital can n be an exponent of Jeffersonian JeffersontenDemocracy JeffersonianDemocracy n nDemocracy
Democracy President Roosevelt pre presents pre4nts procents ¬
cents one side of the shield Bryan Br the thereverse th8revene thereverse
reverse but it te the same shield mind mindyou mindOu mindyou
you Ou and there seems to be no essential essentialpoints essentialpoints Unt Untpolnt
points of difference between the two twoBut t tDut twaBut
But doe does not the nomination aomlna CM of o Mr MrBryan MrBryan r rBrn
Bryan appear Inevitable InevitableYes Ineltablerrea inevitableYei
Yes rea ei It does at this time for the men reason menson I I80ft ¬
son that nobody seems disposed to ques question Qti QtitJon quertlon ¬
tion his leadership He H does not allow allowanybody al1o al1oan allowanybody
anybody an bodr else to occupy OCCUP the stag stage save wvoBryan tlajBryan saveBryan
Bryan and one would think he had a avested ayeasted avested
vested right In the Democratic nomina nomination JIOIftlnatlon noanination ¬
tion My own opinion te that to nom nominate J1omlnate nomhaste ¬
haste him means not only defeat in 1908 1908but 1C18but 1108but
but further demoralization if not the thecomplete thecomplete thecomplete
complete ruin of the Democratic party partyMoreover part part1Ioreonr partyMoreover
Moreover I believe that we e have In the theState theSUite theStAte
State of Texas Tex an ideal Presidential can candidate candk1ate candklate ¬
didate In the person of Senator Charles CharlesA CbarlesA
A A Cnlberson Cnlber on He Is a man on whom a all allfactions allfactIoN allfactions
factions could unite unit Though of the thoSouth th thSouth theSouth
South he te too broad to be a sectional sectionalcandidate eecUonalcantlklate sectionalcandidate
candidate In point of equipment char character character character ¬
acter and ability he te the peer of any anyman an anman anyman
man In public life and even should he hefall hefall hefail
fall of election his leadership lea enblp would wouldmean WOuldmean wouidmean
mean the upbulldlng of the he party and d its itspreservation ItsprH itspreservation
preservation prH rUon for future victory victory3Ir vletoryJlr victOryMr
3Ir Roosevelt nt Jamestown JnmeatovrnFrom Jnme JamestownPrem ton tonFrom
From the AUkata Qtoi op opThe GorstsaThe m mThe
The President from rom first to t test was wagthe wasthe wasthe
the essence of amiability heartiness and andgood andgood andgood
good nature to everybody fr treat nt Georgia Georgiaand e eand Iheorgiaand
and to everybody else on the grounds

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