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TuE WASHINGTON V ASUUCTON HBRAID HERAI D will give space in its Monday issue each week to the views of its rcnder on subjects of generalinterest general generalinterest generalinterest
interest Communications must bear the names of the writers and should not exceed 300 words in length The publication of such matter matterdoes mattercloes matterdoes
does not necessarily necessaril imply that the opinions expressed are shared by this paper
In Behalf of the Salespeople SalespeopleUtor
DUtor Utor The VMbinRtoB WIIbIIIU Hcnld HiiMTirough HcnldThrough JIenIdThrough
Through the columns of your our peper I Ibop Ihp I1p
bop 1p > to bring to the attention of an In IntPlligent Intflli IntHgent
tPlligent tflli ent public one particular class of the theowl theofrworked thecJ
owl ofrworked cJ worked ot our city elt The class cl s in inquestion InqUlstion InquestIon
question is composed d of the employes emp4oy of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th department stores who are required requiredto
to be on their feet ten hours nv ft five days days in inFach InNHh InIaet
Fach week ek and almost if not quite four fourtpn tourtfJ1 fourtn
tn hours on Saturday Seturda And why these thesens the8er thee theei
i ns r hours hou Simply thte We Vet the pur purcm purliI purls1T1g
cm liI sing ng public who finish nieh our weeks weekswork wksWlIrk weeksvrk
work on Saturday at from 1 to 4 oclock oclockJikt oclockiKI oclockt
Jikt iKI t t > > so o home refresh ourselves have havea
stroll to the park parkonioris parkTirt park1i
a g od d dinner < take a
onioris Tirt 1i r1s and then about 880 or 9 oclock oclockjit
I Ii jit through tl > rough the stores to make our pur purrhpss purr purrb
rhpss rb r s H which could be done just as well wellprir wellJrIr wellpri
prir pri JrIr r to 6 G oclock seemingly e54Utfll ncl utterly re regnKlkFS re regl1cs regrWs
gnKlkFS of the tact that the people who whojire wholirit whosrvIng
jire serving Ilng us have already alread put in almost almosttwo almostt almoettwo
two t o clays work workIt workH workIt
It is not the merchants who encourage encourageor
or t want this state tate of o affairs to exist existW existIJ exteti
W IJ i fact a Ct of the matter is that cuetom customand cuetomand cuetomand
and a very erY selfish Rlft Jfleh h custom at that Uta t has hasmade hasmat hasnia
nia made < it the practice It is tb the peoplewho people peoplewho peoplewho
who through utter lack of thought or orregard orrcga orregard
regard rcga Id for the comfort of their fellow fellowr fellowtjUg fellowbings
r tjUg ings persist and continue In the prac practlc practIc pract1c
tlc of Saturday Ra turday night shopping shoppingHow sboppiacHow shoppinghow
How would the people in the service of ofti oCno oft
ti no t government relish the Mm of having havingfvn badngnn havingfn
fn one np hour added to their days work workVhv workWhy workVhy
Why Vhv th thy y would put up a strenuous kick kickna
na < 1 claim they were being shamefully shamefullyoverworked shamefullyIJrworked shamefullyjvrworkeiI
overworked and still these very people peopleon
= i t on the stores keeping open that thattiy thatt
tiy t 1y h y may ma V do their shopping < just when wheni whento
i nvniont n < nll1t to them themThe UaemThl themThe
The tonhour day is not J10 o bad for forwith forwth forV
with V t July Jul and August all establishments establishmentsf e
If < f any an > size ize adopt the 6 oclock closing closingTint cl08in cl08inJJqt closingpit
Tint pit Saturday remains remalllllthemelti the th same It is is3iian
10 11 r human 11I11an to say y the least l to have havetjs lavet11S havetA
tjs tA people In a hot electriclighted electriclightedimilillng 8J electriclightedu1Ung trlcUgbttd trlcUgbttdJlUlilng
imilillng for fourteen comecuttvtt hours hourspimply bOUlllnlplY bowsslnpiy
pimply nlplY because ca we dont feel llk like going goingr
> r 1n nding lng for some little thing we needQr need needfor JIeedfr
for Qr Sunday until a late lat hour Saturday Saturdayright Saturoarnight SaturdayrJght
right after all of our own comforts have havebeen haveLe haveLrn
been Le < n attended to It is our humane and andChristian aDdCrlstlan andUr1stIa
Christian Ur1stIa duty to do d unto others as we wewould wew wewould
would w uld they should do unto us Let us usnnk usmjk uspractical
nnk practical the Golden Rule by bypoking byf byihng
poking f lking up our minds to do no buying buyingttr buylqllLr buyingtt
llLr ttr tt t than 6 oclock on Saturday Such a aY ary
Y TV 1 ry small sacrifice for each one one but buta buth
h a relief for thousands thou anda of overwork overworkid
id d salespeople in our dty dtyI
I voiiid like to have the expression ex of ofotu oflIt ofitrs
otu lIt itrs ifrs rs on this subject I sincerely hope hopethut hopetLt hopethe
thut the public publ e will take tak this matter up upand uphnJ upiid
and iid that H I twit > lt the result hoped for may be beattained befiIphly beattained
fiIphly attained I for one pledge myself myselft
t t 1my my nothing after C p mTHO m m mTHO rnTiIO
lJ T street Mttanrt WjhtmtnB w 111t118 D 1 C CThe Co CoThe 0The
The Enlisted Man and the Uniform UniformEIHT UJ Umiformr iform iformI1t
I1t EIHT r Th Washhgton Heald HealdH H liesidIT mM mMIT
IT ving ing been at t one time a wearer of ofti oft oft
ti t uniform unif rm an enlisted man In the army armyserving army5ri1g armysrg
serving my country in the Cuban and andPhilippine andlhiJppine andihjpine
Philippine campaigns I thank you for forr fory
y > < r frankness af set forth in your edl edltriiil eellrjll
4 triiil niT jn n last Wednesdays Herald en enI
I < 1 Enlistments in the Army I Ihvstly ILdrtiy
hvstly 1 ttiy concur in every word you say sayi sa satt
> 0 i f fl l that every enlisted man andrrnr and andfomuT andr1qll1
fomuT rrnr soldier of both the regular plar and andv andilltr
v i illtr < int I ntcr < > or branches who may read the theartiHe tb8artill
artiHe 1 t eand and I would suggest est that they all allrTl aUr11 allitwill
rTl itwill agree ree that yon voice the theiti theitmnt9 theS
S iti itmnt9 jt merits of the soldiers eoldl their famines faminesijjiil famtttea famttteaL11 familiesall
ijjiil L11 all 111 patriotic Americans AmericansTNT AmtrlcansTlre AmericansTtre
TNT can an be found no better class ela of ofn f1rH1 ofT
n rH1 T n Jn the United States than the en enlt enl enI
lt l Stl < l men in the army and navy and andty as ashV asth
ty th hV are ar part of the great mae m of Amer Ameran AmerI1
an citizens itizi > ns free men meo they should be bejMiisirturwl bep
jMiisirturwl p 1 sir1rpd 4rud as such in social as well 1el1r as asr asU
U hr r Ircles IrclesWitivut irlesVjtnt S SWitl11Ut
Witivut Vjtnt the men In unlCorm uniform from fromwe fromI
1 > we w would hav have no land ad of the thefr thefr thefr
fr fr uid nd home of the brave and and again againwithout ap1Dwitnlt againWit
Wit without hIt the men in uniform in UK 1 lSS we wewould wew
w would 1101 1d not today be recognised by the theI theIw1t
I Iw1t WITS of the earth as the great world worldP
P r wrr v r among the nations natio The uniform uniformtit
tit 4 r t V th t > enlisted 11i tfd man like Old Glory should shouldut bouldat
ut a il ill II times and by all cltisens be ae aei ac acr ccrdI
i rrifl r l1 < the th highest respect and nd any ny per pern perIn perfl
In < > n dsecratlas ti M ratlng either by insult or other otherwis otherWS otherWis
wis should > > ouid be dealt with accordingly accordinglyWILLIAM acrordlnrlyWILLIAX accordinglyWIWAX
10 W V street northwest DOrtJawat esthw Wwatogtoo D C 0
The Clay Barbecue 1842llif 1842Liitr 1842 1842LIUT
LIUT The WaAinutOB Wa JleaId JleaIdBeing IleaMEeing H taM taMBeing
Being a native of the socalled dack1T1 darkttfll dark darkan
ttfll an < 1 blood bloody ground whenever I read a urfl llti1 aarts
arts rfl ti1 1 about Kentucky especially If ItIIJrports Itrrports It Itpurports
purports to be historical but te not not I Irannot Icllnnot Ianot
rannot anot refrain from critlctein crlUcWng it It Inur In InIur IDyur
yur Iur ur issue of the Slat a t ultimo Mr Fredlrl Fredt Fred Fredtrio
lrl t trio rt J Haskln writes of the State otl ofKiitttky of ofKentucky
l Kentucky pntll ky In the main his sketches sofar sofar so sofar
far as I am able to state are passablybut passably passablycorrect Iy Iyfle
correct fle but when he says saysA saysA 7s 7sA
A rnln Islington ton we can ItIJI ffl 5e8 se UM t ttmthta nktrs wtarry wberhp nktrs3w
3w y hp an and iO SW h b boa yes ww toitocMd for tIMp th UM UMp
p 7 < a t Ciir I nUr t Uj in JIM MM wUA w hi a attended bj bJJ byV bjc
c re e than MW 50 loral Whiea WIt MOT of tJMa tJMat1I UMBB eehi CMatog CMatogI
1 t1I j i < ebt fbct tsr fcJrn ile toe toeI to 135 3555511 3555511I
I am astounded not so much at tbegreat1 theg the thegreatly
greatly great1 g ri atly exaggerated figures as the fact facttiit factthat factU
U that t t at Lexington in 1M4 tlMr there was DOlJrh norbeetie no nobarbecue
lJrh barbecue rbeetie ue at all Had be fixed it in thfar thear the thev
v ar lh4 1M2 it might have been n excused excas as aJfrSUS aJarsus a ajnpsus
jnpsus pen pennae But as it stands heVill hewill he hewill
will pardon me if I compare it to Aesopsfatlei Aesops AesopsfaWfS eIIOpS eIIOpSfa1JIHI
faWfS and some oC Munchausens uncbau ens beet beatstories beetsto beetstories
sto stories fS Moreover oreover we rarel rarely ever IC att at atsil
t sil n 1 barbecue hogs but pigs and IIiKI6t8t shoals shoalsclioioe
t clioioe animalE an male N Neither ltber do we bArbIP barI bar bartf
bIP I > < > i tf > sheep ae designated They moat t be1aT1hS berhs be beLinhs
Linhs rhs and withers etben specially fitted for thetl thetitle the thetnile
tl titlet title tnileli le leII
li t W1 was in the leafy month of June that thatMire thathrl thathr
Mire hrl hr was as held a barbecue called theCay theuty the theay
Cay ay festival the grandest most generoustt generous generousnyj erous
tt nyj 1 rist notable ever given In honor of orn ofiflt ofunv
unv iflt n flaT Henry Clay the most patriotict patriotic
ti t i i > most magnetic awl ntl electrifying manhis man manf
f his i time was again just looming < up upf
f f 1 < li hI > > Presidency It was on the 9th 9th1q 9thtI2
1 1q tI2 11 I write from memory because becauseI
I WI vis s dlt t here > re and was as so impressed thatnnt thatflAt that thatnt
nt only the date but all the materitf materitffllt matert4its materUfi materUfifacts
fllt facts its and Incidents including the operl operlj open openjiir
j jiir I remarks of Mr 1 CIa Clay were Indelibly Indeliblytipon IndeIlbI mdeliblyfiXl
fiXl upon my memory The location lie sotl se sed
d was Maxwells Spring an ideal idealsjrtt Idealslt IdealSt
sjrtt St where hpre the umbrageous umbraeous sugar treelfailll treecovering tree treepr
lfailll pr iiiiH covering lightly a > soft ft and iluffyTTct fluffy fluffyn utry utrynt
< nt n > rt of blue grass A few days preInJ prot pre previiu
viiu t to the time se set and while hUe the 1Ne 1Nei pre preilininniiefi we we1n
ilininniiefi i 1n I in 1 PI were bel being arranJJedditgtD arrangeddiggingr arranJJedditgtDraiJrI9 arranged digging diggingniK <
raiJrI9 r i niK hce coll collecting < tinl animals and otherIaries other otherssaries
1 < ssaries S55 rice contributed by farmers and andItinrs andti1S andt
Itinrs ti1S t rs round aboutIt about It got out and 800noprfu soonrprea4 soon soonfpread
oprfu fpread l like such things will that XlBemman MrI3erryman Mr MrBerrjman
Berrjman one of the original Importers Importersf
> f Durham cattle had given a heifer thatIt thatC that thatost
C ost It t him 11001 1100Thl l4 l4Th 11001Tho
Th Tho time for the sneaking having arrd atrkd ar arrivd
rd all was hushed 13 Be quiet Be Bestill Bes lIesfl
s still 1ll could be heard throughout thegnat thegrtt the thegreat
great throng In a m moment nt not a whis whlspr whlerr whisFT
FT pr not a sound save the rustle of thel theca4 the
1 lives fI caused a 11Wd by the gentle nUe breeze Event Eventh Even Eventy
t th ty > Hal birds seemed med to take in the situ altohrt sUujCJn situation ¬
ation jCJn and al suspended their carol utteringlnl utteringunly uttering utteringonly
lnl only now and thn UK n a subdued chirp AU AUIS Allt
t IS > s were wP iiigrrly lbrrrI g1y t fixed x upon the standt standntii4ls stand standanxious
t anxious Xi18 to go p c tIt the first ti t glimpse of theiridI theirtd1 their theiridol
idI idol and t to lill mfir his every word Andt11 Andth And Andtl
t11 tl horses v r on rn their beet behaviortinver behavior behaviornever Myior Myiorlu
lu never er a neIg nfl Tho Th Thtv7 were znsn ma nttnj of themth themthrnitghbrej them themthoroTighbredfl
th thoroTighbredfl > OltghbleW tUtftehed to carriages tJatuld thatou1d that thatjuiuld
juiuld ou1d uld compare favorably with any of the
present day d Many Inm ladles and gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men attended by their liveried coach coachman coachman coachman ¬
man and servants remained seated in intheir Intheir Intheir
their vehicles vehiclesMr vehiclesMr vehiclesMr
Mr Clay although slxtyflvo years of ofage ofaile ofage
age was never in better trim His ap uppearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance was greeted by b the most whole wholehearted wholehMrtl wholehearted ¬
hearted and enthusiastic applause After Afteradjusting Afteradjusting Afteradjusting
adjusting his farsoelng spectacles and andlooked andlooked andlocked
looked all round at his audience It seemed seemedto
to a hundred yards Jn every direction he hein hein heIn
in his commonplace and bonhomie style stylesaid atylesaid styieI
said saidI
I know aU you peapte pe didnt eome tens to h bee beelISt beeres r rBM
BM lISt todar I kowr what t > at jw eu Come mo for lie lieDOt Ulewas lie liewas
was not particular about U 1W grasuwr You youto OOBM OOBMto o oto
to net t a lute of ar m friend DlnJDllal I nrraa 1 U > hidertbats l he fttbat w wUiatc
Uiatc tbat what jov OOBM es ft flff flffThe ftrThe r rThe
The rest was lost loslno no stenographer stonographerW 8t pher pherW
W Wa151ua D C CA C CA
A Plea for the Zoo Bears BearsEditor Bear8ItiW BearsSdUer
Editor The WMUBetoo Whibh tn Herald JisMIn HeraldIn JIeraiIIIn
In a visit lslt to tho animals of the Zoo Zooone ZooODe Zooone
one of those hot days I noted tho evident evidentdistress ovidootdletresa oridontdistress
distress of the bears especially e pecIaU The Thelions Thelions Theilons
lions tigers camels 08m and buffalo had hadyards hadyard hadyards
yards In which they the could move about at attimes at110MB attimes
times under the qpeo pea sky but the bears bearsat barsat bearsat
at least most of them are confined in iniron InIron InIron
iron cages perpetually True they tile have havebathing havebathing havebathing
bathing tanks but no opportunity to tomove tomove tomove
move about except In the limited circles circlesof circlesot circlesof
of their cages cagesOne C cagesOne gtl8 gtl8One
One magnificent ma UlCent grizzly Latinised Latinisedhorrfll LaUnized1Iorrftl LatlnlsedhorrM
horrfll sm impressed aed his long agony gon3 ofyears of ofyears ofye18
years in such confinement upon me that thatI
I am impelled to ask your attention to tothe tothe tothe
the matter of Iman Immediate late relief by b the thebuilding th8bulldln thebuilding
building bulldln of yards reIe for these prisoners prisonersTheodore prison61sTheodore prisonersTheodore
Theodore Parker admired and loved lovedbears lovedbears lovedbears
bears Ills pet name for his wife was wasBearste waaDeame wasBearste
Deame Bearste and everywhere about his hisstudy htastudy hilistudy
study were pictures of these his favor favorite ftworlte favorIto ¬
Ito wild animal Now Mr Parker was wasa wasa wasa
a man of strong intellect as well as con conscience conICIence cooscience ¬
science and his admiration was baaed baaednot buednot basednot
not upon fancy merely but on acquaint acquaintance lIICQualDtanee acquaintince ¬
ance Something in the beer compelled compelledhis oomUedhll
his homage or he would not have havegiven havepYeR havegiven
given it itI itI itI
I noted the perpetual restless motion of ofthis ofthia ofthis
this grand old monarch of the wildwood wtldwoodand wildwoodand WIIdWOOdand
and heard his suppressed s ed moans of tor torment torment tormeat ¬
ment Ills toes were werebar bare to the tb bone for forseveral foriMIeral forseveral
several inches As he moved incessantly incessantlythe
the rattle of the bones of his fingers on onthe onthe onthe
the hard floor of his cage fell on my myears m mears myears
ears In notes too pitiful to describe A Along AIonr Along
long confinement there for some som thir thirteen thirtEn thirteen ¬
teen years never touching the earth his hisnative blsnative hisnative
native element e nt an to gratify the curiosity curiosityof
of visiting people To have shot him htmdead himdeed himdead
dead at pnce on would not have ha been l a Utho Uthoof Ulboof Uthoof
of the cruelty of such close and inhumancouflnemeuL inhuman inhumanconfinement InbumanconftnemenL
confinement Think what it means to tosuffer tosuiTor
suffer so much as to shrivel and shrink shrinkaway IIhrInkaway shrInkaway
away the flesh from the bones bon of the feet feetand feetand feetand
and hands Acute Aou mental distress a does doessharpen tIoeeIbM doessharpen
IbM sharpen the lingers ftn to a sensitiveness sensitivenesswhich IIfrudtlvenenwhleh sensitivenesswhich
which is the very quick of mortal agony agonyIn 810ft 810ftIn agonyIn
In nan but what of the soulsuffering soulsufferingof <
of n I mute in a cage so long and so deep deepas deeptbat
as 3 that endured by this great t bearI bear bearTI
I do most earnestly beg be those in au authority au authorlt soLbority ¬
thority thorlt over such grand helplessness tan tanprisoned Imprlmed isoprisoned
prisoned for our pleasure n to mitigate mitigatethe mltiptethe mitigatethe
the suffering soon by giving those bears bearsthe beanthe besrathe
the freedom f of a yard and daily opportwilty oppor opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to move about within it itEvery ItEvery 1t 1tEvery
Every bear in those cages looked lookedwretched lookMwretched lookedwretched
wretched and to beautify Washington Washingtonin
in my mind needs to relieve its distress distressam dlatreastint distresstlrst
am of all things My husband J 1 U UDudley LDudkY I IDudley
Dudley said In the next world horses horseswill honeewill horseswill
will be on ontbe the box and man pulling the theloads tbeIoada theloads
loads as the sure compensation ation for Inhu Inhumanity inhumanity Inhutnantty ¬
Walll D c cTo CTo
To Prevent Wrecks WrecksKditor WrecksEditor WrecksXdhe
Editor The WaAtogton w U UtaII UtaIII U UI
I notice In a recent lIRe of yvor OU1 paper paperthe papertbe paperthe
the following followingSmt fOl fOls followingSuer
Smt s of these t dan tarn the ossht to be st a araw mufcrtloa zeseIesis mufcrtloapaHiewin
is raw isst W 1M utls is 11IM et 1M 1MpIIbIie lbsIc
pIIbIie paHiewin Ic sill eonthMt to j JIll r IU IUIt good eod BMS assiP wftaeat wftaeatIran withestIt
Iran IranIt
It seems strange that such a statement statementshould statesnentshould ta1ementsbould
should be printed at the seat t of the goy government goyem1Dfl1t gayernment ¬
ernment which itlch to able to effect eet the mecca necessary ueceIfY meccaeeiy ¬
sary revolution spoken of The muse of avery a avery avpry
very large number of railroad wrecks Is Isthat 111that isthat
that the wheels are fixed rigidly to the theaxle tbeaxle theaxle
axle on locomotives and cars ea As both the thewheels tbewbeehl
wheels on each axle ax are supposed to be of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the same diameter er they will wUI of course
travel In a straight line When come cometo cometo cometo
to a carve the natural consequence Is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the wheels on the outside le run against the theoutside theout85de theoutside
outside rail of the curve and In many manycaeca manycues manycases
cues climb up on the rails Then there thereis tbereI thereis
is I an accident Such accidents could be beprevented beprennted beprevented
prevented if the railroads would wo Id adopt in inthe Inthe inthe
the place of the oldfashioned axle and andwheels andwheels andwheels
wheels which have been used W since the thtfirst th thfirst thefirst
first railroads were opened wheels loose looseupon 1001IIupon looseupon
upon an axle which in turn Is also left leftfree Jeftfree leftfree
free to revolve in the axle boxes The Theadoption Theadoption Theadoption
adoption of such an appliance would not notonly notonly notonly
only be a safeguard f uanl to human life but butwould butwould butwould
would aYe the railroads themselves them elveB mil millions millions mitlions ¬
lions of dollars Many reports of trains trainsbeing trainsbelD trainsbeing
being < wrecked by train wreckers wrecke broken brokenrails brokenraUIl brokenrails
rails Ac c are only to distract dl tract public at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention from the positive po lthe cause which I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have outlined The press should keep the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public fully informed In the premises and andif andIf andif
if the railroads will not act of their ownvolition own ownvolition ownvolition
volition the government should s uld compel compelthem compeltb compelthem
tb them to do so soI 110I soI
I am the Inventor and nd patentee of an anarrangement analTaDPment anarrangement
arrangement of wheels and axles of the thekind tMkind thekind
kind referred to above which I will be beglad beglad beglad
glad to describe or demonstrate d monatrate to any anyone aDYone anyone ¬
one Interested On ever evc even other kind of ofvehicle ofveblcle ofvehicle
vehicle except railroad cars and locomo locomotives loeomotlVtw locomotives ¬
tives the wheels are loose and free freeeven freeevenon even evenon
on the fastest automobiles which are now nowrunning nowrunning nowrunning
running at a greater Jle tfl speed than any rail railroad railroad raftroad ¬
road and which can turn urn freely on very verysharp verysharp erysharp
sharp curves without accident which whichwould whlohould whiehwould
would ould occur if the wheels wh were fast on the theaxles theaxles theaxles
Suits Moet MoetFrequent MeetFrequent MootFrequent
Frequent Elections and Succession SuccessionEditor SuccessionJcUtor SuccessionEdit
Editor Edit Tbe Tb WaAtoaimi w llemld llemldThe HenadThe IlsealdThe
The nature of a government guvernmen has ha an Im Important important important ¬
portant Influence In uen In forming the charac character eliameter character ¬
ter of a people A country count circumstanced circumstancedas clrcum buued buuedas
as our ours with its It restless activity con constantly oonstAnUy constantly ¬
stantly increasing in wealth gaining In Inrespect Inreaped inrespect
respect among nations abounding aboun lng with withall withall withall
all that Is i progressive in business busine en endeavor endeavor endeavor ¬
deavor the enterprise onter e of the th ago q and andsocial antIsocial andsocial
social life Imt may go take up the attention attentionof
of the people that they the may neglect the theclaims therlaim8 theclaimp
claims of government upon them as ell citizens elllntI ciiiZeus ¬
Zeus and thus endanger th < life and permanence per permanence permanenee ¬
manence of our institutions I 8t1tuUoD8The The great greatplan lreatplan greatplea
plan of tho past was wa to divide the duties dutiesof dutiesof dutiesof
of government among as many citizens citizensas
as possible ae a matter of prudence and andsafety andlafely andsafety
safety Abandoning the precepts of our ourfathers ourfathers ourfathers
fathers today toda our country is menaced menacedby menRcedby menacedby
by another theory of government by a afew afew afew
few and longer periods of holding office officewithout oflicewlth officewithout
without wlth ut intervening Intervt > nlng elections electionsIt eleettonIt
It is admitted that elections educatethe educate educatethe educatethe
the people and an are worth more as edu educators educators educators ¬
cators than all they cost yet ot prominent prominentpublic prominentpublic
public men are found advocating a alonger aloftier alonger
longer term for President Pre I nt and favoringinelig1biItt favoring favoringineligibiilty favoringIneligtblUq
ineligibiilty for reelection The oxten extension oxtenSloll oxtenaba ¬
aba of the Presidential Pre ldenUal term is In the thedirection thedirection
dtr direction < tlcm of a hereditary here llar or life service servicemagistrate serviceniagietrate
magistrate m8 t1Rte and when commenced will willnot willnot willnot
not stop until fully accomplished Inell Inellgfbility InaHdblllty Ineltgibility
gfbility in this connection Implies dis distrust digtrnat distrust ¬
trust trnat iukI and may may operate o erato as a restraint restrainton
on the will of the people and if adopted adoptedwill adoptedwill
will 111 prevent their elr Approval of otJulUlful otJulUlfulI ofahUuful faiUtfuI
and efficient Executive xecuUve Our Constitu Constitution eoneUtutlon Oonetitution ¬
tion te for the guidance of a free people peopleIt peopleIt
It permits rmlt8 them to select a public officer officeras o ofticeras r rs
as s many consecutive times as their ex experience experience cxperlence ¬
perience seems to indicate best for or the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public welfare Any An limitation of this thisright thl thlrlht thisright
right would Infringe < o upon individual individualsovereignty Indh1dUAIaoverelgnty individualsovereignty
sovereignty and not comport with its itsprinciples Itsprinciples itsprinciples
principles This freedom of action Is I ex expedient exped cxpetilent ¬
pedient ped nt wise wl and proper It prescribesno prescribes pr6S ribn ribnno j jno
no limit and can C n do no harm as it de dependa de depends Osponds
ponds wholly on the public will 111 Nations Nationslike NtUlontllike Nationslike
like Individuals must assert and not ab abjure abjure abjars ¬
jure their rights if they the would retain retaintheir retaintheir retaintheir
their freedom freedomOur freedomOur freedomOur
Our constantly contltanU increasing Incree l nativeborn nativebornpopulation nathobornpopulation nativobornpepulation
population and the cultivated as well wellas wellas
as Illiterate coming from other countries countriesmake count countmake countriesmake
make on educational grounds the ne necessity he heceMit noceesity ¬
cessity ceMit of frequent elections that they theymay theymay theymay
may learn from practical demonstration demonstrationour
our political system They must be edu educated educatetl educatd ¬
cated in the principles of of freedom by byconstant b bcoutant bconstant
constant observation and active expe experience experience experience ¬
rience rienceWhat rienceWbat rienceWhat
What the th District of Columbia needs te terepresentation Ierepreeentntion Isrepresentation
representation in Congress which makes makesits makesIts makesits
its laws 5t5 and directs its affairs and par participation pIlrUelpatlon perUcfpation ¬
ticipation in the electoral college then thenthe thel thelthe thexthe
the people resident at the American cap capital capItal caphal ¬
ital will stand equal equ l nationally in politi political political polIticcl ¬
cal rights and privileges with the people peopleef peopleef
ef the entire nation nationAPPUETON nationPlMrrO nationAPPLETON
11 lit Sixth rireet wrttHWt sorthitVaildeetce wrttHWtThe aortfMoMtWul
Wul D c cTl1e C CThe
The Marine Bands Programmes ProgrammesBdtter
Bdtter The WajMaftsa W Herald HeraldIn IIeraltlIn heraldIn
In your Issue of Sunday June It 11 there thereic thereIe thereIs
ic a criticism of the programme given Iven the thepreceding tbepreeecling thepreceding
preceding afternoon by the Marine BandIn Band Bandin Ban1In
in the White Wb1teHoue House ground Some ex exception exception cxcepiion ¬
ception IB taken to the classical pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme given by Limit Santelmann sailthe and andthe antthe
the question te asked why more numbers numbersof
of lighter vein do not appear It would wouldseem wouldseem wouldseem
seem to me that all those who are inter interested Interested interesteel ¬
ested in music as an art in our city cKjshould eitrDhoukl cityshould
should be especially ellp < 1aU7 grateful Ft 1I1 to LJout LJoutSantelmann UflutBantelmann LieutSantelmann
Santelmann for forkeeptn keeping < up a high standard standardand 8taDdamand standardand
and presenting what has a real value valueand ftl ftlanil valueand
and Is educational In mimic The great greatcomposers IPtcompoeelll greetcomposers
composers have written from the heart heartto heartto heartto
to uplift and to elevate and In present presenting presentlug ntp ntpInl ¬
lug such numbers often on a programme programmethe prosramlDethe programmethe
the Marine Band is doing a great t service serviceand BCrTicand serviceand
and te I keeping k pn Meals Ideal high highFor bi8hFor highFor
For the masses to listen often oCtt to suchconcerts such suchconcerts neheoDcerta
concerts will gradually help to create a adistaste ad8taste adistaste
distaste for what is superficial Rag Ragtime Ralltime Bagtime ¬
time te rhythmical and often tuneful and andte andIs andIs
Is dangerously attractive for these thesereasons theseUODs thesereasons
reasons but it te flippant frivolous un undignified undlRnlfttd ondIgnided ¬
dignified It te Indeed Inde tf the music of the thestreet thetreet thestreet
street The true art does not stand for forsuch ot otneh elsuch
such things All honor then t n to the thedirector thedirector thediredor
director who in opposition to what most mostpeople moltp mostpeople
people want want gives them whatlihejr ought oughtto OUIbtto oughtto
to have nave
I mil l7 P great MtUtwat WaAtagton W I D C CThe cThe CThe
The daoperative Guild GuildEtor QttildSdKor OtdldJWIt
SdKor The vAtagta + aireta llcndd llcnddTbe 11eaMThe lleaMThe
The press of Washington has given givengenerous sheaceneroua givengeneroes
generous notice to tile cooperative tIYe movemeat move movement movement ¬
ment recently started by government nt em employe empIorM emoya ¬
ploye oya in this city The movement te a amost amo amost
most timely one The prices of the thertes nec necessaries neceeartes ¬
essaries rtes of life are steadily advancing advancingTo advancingTo dnncl dnnclTo
To overcome this handicap either salaries salariesshould Mlart48ehou1cl salariesahould
should be increased ed or the same salaries salariesmust aalarieemuet salariesmust
must muet somehow be made to go farther fartherWhile fartherWhile fartherWhit
While waiting until Congress a sees fit to torate tora toraise
rate ra raise departmental salaries larI as s It has al already aIread already ¬
ready read elat raised the salaries larMM of its own mess members meIDbers messbees ¬
bers the Departmental Cooperative CooperativeGuild CoopentlveGuild CooperaftveGuild
Guild proposes to try the other method methodby methodby methodIpy
by uniting to obtain the necessaries and andcomforts aDdcon andcoufforta
comforts con coufforta forts of life at a a minimum co COAt COAtThe costThe t tThe
The outlook for distributive coopera cooperation cooperat10n cooperatiost ¬
tion In thte city te encouraging encouragingi
i L 1 Because government employee e employ have havethe hanthe havethe
the accessary iI 1 leisure I ure and intelligence to toappreciate toappreclate toappreciate
appreciate the advantages adant of the system systemand 81IteMnd systemand
and nd to assist Ist in its I management ma IDft1t IDft1tI
1 2 Because the system ettt appeals to the thebrotherly tMbrotherly thebrotherly
brotherly motive as well ag to the motive motiveof motiveot motivof
of selfinterest t
1 3 Because the guild < is being planned plannedon
on lines of democracy and genuine lJ co cooperation eo eooperaUon cooperaiion ¬
operation It will not be a Joint stock stockcompany OCkcompany Mockcompany
company of the usual type controlled by byan byan byan
an inner clique ring or 0 machine Every Everyj Everymember Everymember
j member will oe expected to take an n ac aclive IUUve actlve
live part in electing the oulcers o and de determinmg derml deteemining
terminmg rml the policies of the guild nd AC Activecooperation Active Activecooperation e ecooperatlon
cooperation always aIw generates enthusi enthusiasm enthlom enthusisass ¬
sass and pi progress ogress
4 Because it Is planned on lines IIn ¬
ficiency AU details deta of management will wOlbe willbe 01 01be
be left to a compact executive board and andever andel andevery
ever every el > effort will be made to secure a acompetent acompetent acompetent
competent business bu lnew manager mana r for < th thstores the thetttoree theMores
6 5 Because the system ha ball succeeded succeededelsewhere aueceededebwwbere succeededelsewhere
elsewhere under similar condItions The TheEnglish TMEnctl TheEnglish
English Enctl h civil service stores have bunt up upa upa upa
a large business Even greater reater success successawait IUCce88watt successawaits
await watt the American civil service IIf rvlee em employes employes m mplOYM ¬
ployes when they get t a grip on the Mtoct10 sit situation lituatlon ¬
a T rtreet northwut nort northwestWs1gtoii WUt VfeMRftoa W D C CNew CNewJersey CNewJersey
New NewJersey Jersey Women WomenEditor WomenJjdItor WomenEditer
Editor The Wariiinrton Herald IfeialdIt IIadIt HeraldIt
It II austwbat imryig rart MD to hats that lbs tfa ta tat fa faad isset
ad t IU the Mnqotto nsiite there b New Jwey MW tt ttfae ita itaeWetr herme
rme eWetr to the A Measm r that k Is U r rIe tomis
Ie fae alone rtdeh tlth fflmtittes tat lb Asm Rtrah Rtrahof IUeIt8IIIkJ uaessalty
salty of UM lb dee Ae beo wc ttomgMr r rwitIt eaaawed eaaawedwith esiesedwith
with thcee atpbUe nib new kawwa to rk ark Jem Jemfemininity Itrw1 Itrw1ftIDIDlDitJ 3ieyteninisity
femininity ia ewj waft vt llfeT lite TIle TIleHtnId WaAtoaton WaAtoatonHenud
Henud Jane 13 13New 13 13New 33New
New Jersey women as a rule are doing doingthe Joinsthe doingthe
the best they can to fulfill their mission missionand mlaatoRand missionand
and if they fall fall fail honestly If they theymake theymake theymake
make mistakes they the say sa tholr pra prayers 1II at atnight atnight atnight
night and their defect are sure ure to be bementioned bemtntlonod bementioned
mentioned somewhere between the Our OurFather OurFather OurFather
Father and the amen God has put putinto putInto putInto
into the women of New Jersey Jerse the ability abilityto abilityto
to keep out of the marshes and keep to tothe lothe o othe
the uplands The women of o New Jerseyhave Jersey Jerseyhave TCrR TCrRliftve
have the proper curve to Uw nostril and andin andIn antiIn
in the eye and lip the signature of Divine Divineapproval Divineapproval Divineapproval
approval approvalThe approvalThe approvalThe
The New Jersey Jerse women are generous enerous to totheir totheir totheir
their friends fnenl l and Just ju t to their enemies enemiesThe enemiesTAe enemiesThe
The New Jersey women tooketh well to tothe tothe tothe
the ways ys of her household They Theyateo Theyalso Theyalso
also know how to trample down selnsh selnshnesg sel selilshness h hne
ness and live with those who belong to tothem tothem tothem
them with something more than mere merepeace meropeace merepeace
peace and resignation Now Jersey wom women women wornen ¬
en know the real meaning of joy and andgladness andgladne85 andgladness
gladness They know that the greatestthing greatest greatt1tthin greatestthing
thing thin in life is love New Jersey Jerse has the thedistinction thedistinction thedistinction
distinction of having and holding ono of ofGods ofOOOs ofGods
Gods noblest t flying women womenFrances womenFrancesClevfand womenFrancesCleveland Frances FrancesCleveland
Cleveland All New Jersey Jer ey women womenbreathe womenbreatM womenbreathe
breathe their sweetest benediction Dfl lctIon on her herMay herMa herMay
May Ma her life be replete r plete with peace p ce and andhappiness andbapplne andhappiness
happiness happinessCome happinessCome s sCome
Come back after many years In full fullastral funastr81 fullastral
astral body and see your our grandsons rav raving ravIng raylug ¬
ing over New Jersey women New Jor Jorsey Joreey Joreel
eel Abigails strong and sin brave giving givingbirth givingblrtb givingbirth
birth to eons who were the first to the thefront thefront thefront
front to defend the flag New Jersey Jerseyhonors Jetybonors Jerseyhonors
honors honorsThe bonorsThe honorsThe
The New Jersey women keep their youth youthand youthand youthand
and strength because they are loving andbig and andbig andbig
big hearted The New Jersey women re remember remember remember ¬
member tho prayers that hl1t have been beentaught beentaught beentaught
taught and handed down through gener generation generatlon goneratlon ¬
atlon aftor generation geooratlol eneratio of noble ancestors ancestorsNew anoeswrsJerse ancestorsNew
New Jersey Jerse women are filled with a apride aprldo apride
pride and purpose good fresh clean cleanblood cleanblood cleanblood
blood flows In their veins hope and op optimism optimism opUmleni ¬
timism are branded on their foreheads foreheadslov forehQndslo foreheadslove
lov lo love of God and humanity In their hearts heartsGo hoartsGo heartsGo
Go to New Jersey and you will find the thefields thefields thefields
fields of Gods planting pl nUng You will find findwomen findwomen findwomen
women who know the meaning of fidelity fidelityapd fidellt fidelltCQUSc fidelityc1
apd courage Sander JY nder alonjr c1 J th taoka
of the th silvery Ivery Delaware and you will find flndthe ftnettheweeteat findthe
the theweeteat sweetest of lowers the bluest of ofskies otakin ofsides
skies and sweet sweetmeallq smelling soil that will willgiye willlire willglye
lire width to your mind In and strength t tyour to toyour toyour
your body Bath jr pur ur restless r spirit plrlt Inthe In 1ftthe inthe
the freedom of the old New Jerseywoods Jersey Jerseywoods Jerseywood8
woods grow a child ebfJdpIn again Steep your yoursoul yourlIOul yoursoul
soul in the perfume of the flowers and anddrink anddrink anddrink
drink from the sparkling brook to the theNew theNew theNew
New Jersey women n who are not molly mollycoddles moUycoddl8 mollycoddles ¬
coddl8 coddles but Abigails who love this thtewhole thl8whote thiswhole
whole country countr and believe lit It but who whoare wboare whoare
are not going Sol to ha 1 hitched and not notkick DOtk DOtILtU notkick
kick k
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The Majaatfe 1 WMhtsttoa D a aWhats CP CWhats C CWhats
Whats the Answer AnswerBdtter Answer1Bditer Answerhiditer
Bdtter The Wukintton WtibIii aIt Herald JlesahlIan HeraldMan e M MMan
Man Ian is I performing a function in the theworld tbeworld theworld
world Our relation to the spiritual world worldIc worldI workIs
I Ic like our relation to the physical Be Being Be BeIng Bebeg ¬
ing inhabitants of these teee two worlds at atthe atthe atthe
the same me time anything that we do con contitutes eonmutes conitltutes
mutes a humanism People first got a ageocentric ageocentric
geocentric idea The earth to them had hada i ia
a fiat surface and it looks flat to us still stillWhy stillWhy un I IWhy
Why not tyve on o with the old idea of a aRat aftct aflat
Rat earth What difference does it make maketo maketo maketo
to ones one object in life UfeT This T111 much atleast at atleast atIf
least If the t idea of a flat earth serves servesthe servtstbe servesthe
the object in life as well as the Idea of ofa ofa ofI
a round one one then error will suit as a well wellas wellu wellis
as the e truth According to the rule By Bytheir B Btbelr Bytheir
their fruits you shall know them mans manssnowing man manMowing mansshowing
snowing in the spiritual wottA ought to tobe tobe tobe
be like his earthly earthl conduct It te de denominations de denomlnaUOIUI dcnomInations ¬
nominations are Mediterranean seas in inthe Inthe Inthe
the spiritual world No matter where whereman whenman whereinca
man draws a circle he leave Infinitely Infinitelymore In InfinItelymore nltely nltelymore
more outside of it than he Includeswithin includes includeswithin laeludelwithin
within its margin marctnWhat marginWhat marginWhat
What has the genus gftl homo doM does that thatwe thatwemay thatwemay
we wemay may know them by their fruits 7 Only Onlyone OnI7one Onlyon
one on thing from the first generation to tothe tothe tothe
the present one There te only one Idea Ideaabout Ideaabout Ideaabout
about which the members of the genus genushomo ptushomo genushome
homo have been unanimous and upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which they acted namely that the earth earthis earthIe earthIs
is round and DCI not flat dat as was previously previouslysupposed prcvlQuysuppoeed previouslysupposed
supposed That is I the greatest move movement moyement movemeat ¬
ment that the world has ever Men Itshows It Ithows Itbon
bon that man has the power to move moveThey JDOYeThey moveThey
They will move again againR
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Washington D C
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Kdttor The WiiMajtea Mcnld McnldSo liesidSo
So much has been said id about President PresidentRoosevelt Pr sldent sldentRcoevelt t tRooaeYelt
Roosevelt that I would like to give e a avk 5 few fewviews SeWviews
views which I hope may ma prove interest1mg Interest Interesting ¬
ing If not convincing convincingIs
Is there a man In America who would wouldhave woWdhaft Wouldhave
have the hardihood bardlboodor r so little regard for forthe forlht forthe
the truth as to call President Roosevelt Roosevelta
a coward Yet we hear It said that tIaateannot he hecannot lecannot
cannot accept finother term that public publicsentiment pubUeIItRtbMnt publicsentiment
sentiment would be against It It Did he hewaver hewav hewaver
waver wav and retreat at San Joan Hill be because beCIIUM became ¬
cause the Spaniards were shooting at atMm atbIJD athim
bIJD him Mm or because they the might have said saidhe 11 11he salbe
he did not have his glasses OB straight straightKo straighto t T TNo
Ko o And are we to suppose that be will willdesert wUlt willdesert
desert t u II now hi these days of the trust trustevtt trustn1I trustevil
evil n1I that great octopus that te sapping sappingthe sappingthe pplq pplqtbe
the lifeblood out of our country that Is tewarping Iswarplna iswarping
warping the energies and ncl destroying de8tro l that thatfreedom thatfreedom thatfreedom
freedom of action that we bold so dear dearWhen dearWben dearWhen
When the voice v of despair cries Where WbereJUT Wheremay Wheremay
may the wearied eye repose hit us s took hookwith tookwith IooIEwHh
with perfect cooMence eoaftcI upon bit un unMetttelMd WIbletDlahe4 usblemished
MetttelMd integrity batepl with the fu f fulj assur assurance UIaft amaratiee ¬
ance aft atiee e that he will hot hearken to the theclamor theclamor theclamor
clamor of these holders of predatory predatorywealth pnclatorywealth predatorywealth
wealth who bo know that another term termwill ttmnwill termwill
will mean ruin to their method of build building build111I buIldlag ¬
lag up colossal fortunes of poor mansgold mans mansgold man man1OId
gold and making princely endowments endowmentsto
to Institutions that will never oe worth
19 cents ee ta to real al objects of charity They Theyknow Theyknow Theyknow
know that another term will m give him an anopportunity allC anopportunity
opportunity C to prove that though Gods Qodsmllte God GodmUla Godsmliii
mllte grind slowly Iowl yet they grind ex exceeding exn cxcording ¬
cording n < small Yet on every side we wehear wehear wehear
hear complaints and criticisms criticismsIs
Is that fair te that just Did the thecountrymen theoountomen thecountrymen
countrymen of Solon and Pericles rIcltll Ca Caand Caesar Cae8aranet Caesarcud
and Charlemagne Imbitter their liveswith lives liveswith IhfIwtUa
with threats and denunciations to bury burythem buttb burythem
them with weeping and heroic honors honorsNo booono honorsIto
No o Tbat has been ten Id for the American Americanpeople memanIMOpI4 Americanpeople
people and strange to say some of them themseem tbemJ themseem
seem to glory In JIM 4k the contemplation contemplatlonarather contemplationarather a arather
rather dubious distraction te it not notShan notShaD notfibeR
Shan we let this continue Now that thathe thathe thathe
he te 1 fairly launched on this task from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which Hercules would oul shrink and Theseus Theseusrecoil Tbeeusreeo Theseusrecoil
recoil In terror shall ball we not rise as a
man and place placehim him again aln in the Presi ProMdents Presidents PresIdents ¬
dents chair then give him our coopera cooperation cooperaUon cooperatkn ¬
tion and our support apport In carrying < out outthose outtboR outthose
those measures that have made him himlIIU5trloUi himIllustrious j jIllustrious
Illustrious and nd have been tn a blessing IDII toj tojRI to toIJOOOOOO tof4o
IJOOOOOO f4o RI G69 of American citizens cltIRUSuppoetng citisensSupposing i iSupposing
Supposing that Mr Bryan has these theselofty theseloft theselofty
lofty loft Ideate IMa these noble aspirations andthese and andthese andtheM
these grand policies pollel Does any one ac accuse CCIJII socuse ¬
cuse him of havlng > that indefatigable indefatigablephysical IndettteIhyleal IndefatigablePhYSICS
physical and mental endurance that thatdomlnatinK thatdominating I Idominating
dominating influence and that allabsorb allabsorbing allabsorblug UabeorbIn ¬
lug In personality that so characterises this thisstrenuous thisst thisstrenuous
strenuous st UOUII hero of San Juan HIM No NoMr NoMr NoMr
Mr Roosevelts Intellectual Inten tUal greatness his hisstern hitItrn hisstern
stern will ill bit ability to do and dare darecombined darecombined darecombined
combined with an eye single ld P to the thegood thepod thegood
good of his people stamps him undoubt undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
edly as one of the greatest men in Amerlean Amer AIIIeIlea j jlean
lean history and aD places him like some somegreat lOIDet somegreet
great t sun preeminently alone a alul alonecalm alonecalmIumktous calm calmluminous
luminous lftOua and 1UHt1lJppreclated unappreciated
1UHt1lJppreclatedi unappreciatedw
4 w i LOJMJ LOJMJIhaadr LmfODna LOHOIbsady
Dna Station BtatIoII Va VaWashingtons VaWashingtons a aWashingtons
Washingtons Social SooiaLfvit SooiaLEvil Evil
Bitter The Wamiaatm w Hmld HmldScotlands IIIIIScutla 11usdScotlands
Scotlands Scutla ds fainoue famo poet has I it itPraa ItPJaa itFins
Fins tenet like h UMM u t aold SoaMai Scattaalllli ftaadee ftaadeeurine eew eewspring
urine urineThat lllli springThat gi giTIIat
That sakes her land at bme WeNd abroad abroadSuch atnadStach aisesdSuch
Such a statement could never be said sakltruly Akltruly saidtruly
truly of the Capital City of this mighty mightyrepublic mightyrepublic mightyrepublic
republic Llstwi Seven hundred anti amififty antifin andfifty
fifty fin known prostitutes ia the District Dl trlct of ofColumbia ofC01 ofColOmbia
Columbia C01 mbla and of all this fearful array itwould it itwould Itwould
would seem that nearly onehalf are un under under onOcr ¬
der twentythree yearsvof ago How many manyof Jtnyo itcnyof
of o all these will ever be saved from rom the thepit tbepit thepit
pit This is a question that curdles our ourvery ourery ourvery
very ery blood for the gate get which these un unhappy unhappy onhappy ¬
happy creatures pass through Is a gate gatethat lJatethat gatethat
that seldom opens but one way Recently Recentlytwo RecentlTtwo Recentlytwo
two ministers of tho gospel from another anothercity anothercity anothercity
city Milo a tour of these e houses of ill illfame 11Ifame Illfame
fame and made public tho announcement announcementthat announcementthat announcementthat
that when to their respective respect1 homes they theywended theywended theywended
wended they would carry away with withthem withthem withthorn
them the knowledge knowletJ of what wellregu wellregulated wflIregulated wellreguhated ¬
lated houses of illfame Washington kept keptCreditable keptCreditable keptCreditable
Creditable Very Ver creditable creditableTl creditableTI6 creditableTie
Tl Tie < e usages of sOCiot society trample down the theerring theerrln theerring
erring errln woman and pass in tender ten er mercy mercyby mere mereby mercyby
by the villain who ruins her If I had hadmy hlldm hadmy
my m will lynch law so far 8r as tho gay ga se seducer se seduoer soduoer ¬
duoer or libertine Is concerned would be bethe bethe bethe
the legal law without parson or sheriff sheriffA
A piece of ropo a good stout tree and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two pairs of willing hands Alls wel welIn we1In weIIn
In todays press we read a lot of our ourrevivals ourrevhls otirrevivals
revivals our fine churches and large as assemblies assemblletil assembhles ¬
semblies when at our very doors are aremany areman aremany
many man 3 egregious egrt ous poisoners of body and nnlsoul andsoul an1soul
soul from whom our Christianity Christlanit retreats retreatsin r retreatsitt treats treatsIn
in dismay dlsma and despair despairOven despairOver
Oven a thousand new cases of low lowdiseases lowdlsere5 lowdiseases
diseases develop in the District of Colum Columbia CoJumblfL ColumbilL ¬
bilL biennially No wonder that the av average averago avcrago ¬
erage duration of human life is l but little littlemore littlemore littlemore
more than half as long In this city c1t as InLondon in inLondon InLondon
London Edinburgh compares mortality mortalityat
at 35 per cent less than Washington WashingtonDublin WashingtonDublin WashIngtonDublinatIS
Dublin DublinatIS ntas per cent less and Ottawa at
40 per cent loss than this city of beauty beautyculture lH autyculture beautyculture
culture and wealth The average dura duralon durandonedwoman
lon 1 fUi9 O abandoned fJ ndonedwoman womans Y tn illt IjffcJfl
the District of Columbia Is just four fouryears foureafll fouryears
years eafll a truth well worthy orthy of being re remembered 18memberel remembered ¬
membered memberedBut memberelBut memberedIhut
But the most terrible robuke to the theprofessedly theprofMltdIJ theprofessedly
professedly Christian and moral por portion portion porHon ¬
tion of the community IS to be found foundin foundIn foundIn
in the fact that while we are building ex extravagant cxtravagant ¬
travagant churches and am residences dress1mg dress dressIng drell8InlJ
Ing and faring sumptuously and heaping heapingup
I I08tentatjUII
up worldly worldl treasure perhaps making an anostentatious anostentatious
ostentatious display of o our benevolence by bypublic b3public bypublic
public collections for the Rev Re Dr So SoandSo Soand80 SoandSo
andSo and the poor heathen a large largenumber largeDUllber largenumber
number of these public prostitutes to say saynothing saYnothing soYnothing
nothing of private mistresses mi tresE08 the lattern41 latter latterno j jno
no doubt in four figures come from our ourvery ourftl ourvery
very ftl midst No systematic effort is made madeto madeto madeto
to save them My lI reader whether you youare youare ou ou11ft
are of the stern tern set 1 or the gentle I In1l1 sot sotwhom 9 setwhom > t
whom we adore honor and respect wont won < t tOu i iyou Iyou
you Ou do d your little part in stamping out outWashingtons outVublqtons outWashington
Washington greatest curse curs the socialevil social socialevil socialevil
nu KUttenui Mmt MsstWishiactes Waihteetoa 1 D > C CA CA CA
A Negro on Brownsville BrownsvilleCdttor BrownsvilleIdttor Brownsvillegdhter
Cdttor The Waehtoutou w lltnht lltnhtWe lImlllWe HeraldWe
We find from the press and eOn from cer certain cerlain cerlain ¬
lain wouldbe leaders that the colored coloredpeople col coloredpeople red redpeop1e
people of the thl th United States have ha lost lostconfidence 100tconftdence lostconfidauce
confidence in the great Executive and andthe andttre andthe
the Secretary ry of War I believe that it itte ItIs Itii
te my duty to state to the public that the themajority thtmajority themajority
majority of intelligent colored people of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country have the same me confidence In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the President as they had when bon he nom nominated nomInated nommated ¬
inated Dr Crum and stood by his nom nomnatfam nomnation nomnation
nation lie was acting aetlu then upon thereconunendatlon the therecommendation tbeD1JDtIICIatIon
recommendation D1JDtIICIatIon of the citizens that thatCrum thatCrum thatCrum
Crum was worthy worth of the position When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he Issued an order to muster out die diehonorably dishonorably dthonorably ¬
honorably the colored soldiers he did it itthrough Itthroqh itthrough
through the recommendation of those thosewho thowbo thosewho
who bad charge of those men We will willagree willagree 111 111ee
agree ee that it was a mistake to send out outon outon outon
on the public 1W 1 men branded as mid midnight mldnlCbt midnight ¬
night murderers but the President was wasmisled wuwilled wasmisled
misled by the iuormatlon ortien from the offi officers office oil oilccis ¬
cers ce of the army arm Such criticisms crlUc1 me upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the Executive are dangerous The con confidence cooftdettce confidence ¬
fidence of the colored people of the thecountry theun thecountry
country un y In the State governments emments has hasbeen hun hasbeen
been n shaken To destroy d tro that th t confidence confidencenow contkloo confidencenow e enow
now in the national government andcause and andcause andcause
cause them to believe that the great greatchief grtehlt greatchief
chief > f of the nation and the Secretary S retAry of ofWar otWar OfWar
War would ould discriminate against all18t any cit citizens eltiaeo oftliens ¬
liens iaeo on account of their color would wouldcause wouldCUIe wouldcause
cause the colored colo people soon to become becomea b
a gang of highway y robbers and midnight midnightmurderers mklnishtmurderelll midnightmurderers
murderers murderersTherefore murderelllTh murderersTherefore
Therefore Th fore these self Hlreo selfconstituted constituted lead leaders 1eadera leadera ¬
era who are criticising the President Presidentrougher PresidentroUlher lresldentrougher
rougher than I would a chief of police policeare poUCnot policeare
are not representing the intelligent COloted color colored eoIoreel ¬
ed people It te tree that we w heartily b rttly In Indorse Inclone Indone ¬
clone the efforts of the Committee on onMilitary on1tIIutta1 onMilitary
Military Affairs in their efforts to give giveto glTeto giveto
to the country the facts with reference ref ftCii tothese to tothese toldl
these soldiers > ldl w If are guilty of
midnight murders they ought to be to today to today today ¬
day chained and in prison cells Instead Insteadof IDIt IDItof Insteadof
of wearing dtteens ttunJ clothes clothesThe etotbesTbe clothesThe
The Committee on Military Affairs dif differs diffore If Ifttn ¬
fore with the th President on great sub subjects subj sublens ¬
lens j t A few years rw ago the Presidentand President Presidentand PrHldentand
and the Secretary of War sent nt to th thCommittee the theClfDmlttee theCommittee
Committee on Military Affairs a favor favorable fayorable favorable ¬
able recommendation presented by the thelate thelatf thelate
late Senator Hoar to appropriate JW9 11thd SUGOO
GOO d to build a home In honor of otcolored deceased deceasedcolored deceasedcolored
colored soldiers out of money due to toth totb to totheir
th their lr r estates and 160000 fifi for the educa education edu eduUon cloonUon ¬
Uon of the colored colo youth In the Wllber Wllberforce vm Wilberforce r rforce
force University of Ohio The President Presidentsent PlMldeatsent Presidentsent
sent these measures with his favorable favorablerecommendation fa favorablerecommendation bIe I IrCOtnmlMldauon
recommendation and and that Ie q of the War WarDepartment WASDepartment I
Department but the Committee tOmmltee omMCte on Mil Military 411itary ¬
itary Affairs found ItseK I too busy to toconsider toeonsSder teconsider
consider them I feel f l safe ia saying Inl that thatthere thaithere
there are not two men In public life lit who whowould whowould whoWould I
would do the colored people a favor or orwould oswould i iwould
would give more time tlm to consider mess measures m mUltll messores ¬
ores In which they were Interested than thanthe thantbe thanthe
the President Prt > ldent and Secretary of War WarHIV Warasv i iItE
WI BK ttth ettect Mtliwtat WaehiARtoa D 0 0Figures 0 0Figures 0P1guro
Figures as to War Prisoners PrisonersIditor PrisonersIidIt PrisonersLUbe
LUbe The Wufeinttm Heals HealsSince s dBlnee HesaMHinee
Since writing my communication re regarding reI reIlardhJI regardlitg ¬
garding the th number of Federal and andConfederate AtIdConfed sodConfederate
Confederate Confed rate prisoners which wb b you pub published pubIbed pubilohed ¬
lished in your issue of last Monday Yonda I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have seen the report r port of Surgeon Gen General ion ionera n neral ¬
eral era Barnes for 197 at t the th library of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the War Department But as this re toport report report ¬
port Is very brief and Dl obviously lim limited limIttd limited ¬
ited to a statement of the th financial con condition CotIdltlon cogdition ¬
dition and needs need of the medical depart department departmfnt department ¬
ment for the fiscal ft 1 year 18MI7 one onewould O onewould t twould
would not expect to find nd any historical historicalbtatement hJtorkaltatflMlIt historicalstatement
statement or allusion to the point in inquestion InqUHtJon Inquestion
question There 1 is however the one onefollowing onefoUowInl onefollowing
following item of interest in connection connectionwith ectnnetlIoDwith connectionwith
with the work of the office otII e In its then thennew thfnnew thennew
new quarters the old Army Medical MedicalMuseum 4cJfcalMuseum edlcal edlcalNum
Museum on Tenth street northwest northwestThe
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ister lilt still incomplete it may be put inapposition In Inapposition Inapposition
apposition with another Item of infor information InformaU IntormatlOn ¬
mation maU n contributed in the report of the theSecretary thestoretar theeeretary
Secretary of War page 415 but ema emanating emanatinrr emsnating ¬
nating from the quartermasters department de department department ¬
partment as follows followsprimaen tollowsfte followsThe
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Mil M ir4 Bryan ryan and the Tariff TariffKdttar TariffIIidtter Tariffuditer
Kdttar The W WMhtoKtmi Herald HenldA HeraldA HeraldA
A number of the dailies of the coun country COUIItry countr ¬
try tr are greatly exercised exerel tt because bfca becapee 1Ie of the thealleged tb tballoWed thalleged
alleged failure of Col Bryan to em emphasise etnphulse erapbasize ¬
phasise the tariff issue Some are fear fearful feartul fearto ¬
ful to lest the result be the defeat in INS 1908of 18of INSaf
of that same Democratic party part which whichthey whicht whichthey
they t e have constantly and consistently consistentlyopposed consletpUyoppoaecl consfrtntlyOpposed
opposed during most of o the last ast decade decadeand d dJcatjeand ea e eand
and more Touching generosity to be besure be1U1e bepure
But toes Mr Bryan Bry n belittle tho quos question QUe5Uon quostiei ¬
tion of tariff revision In the oflurse edurse c Llrse of ofhis orhis ofhis
his address ddress at Norfolk on May hi 30 Patrick Pat Patrick Patrick ¬
rick Henry Day D on the subject No Notaxation 00taxliiUon Notaxation
taxation without representation he hesaid heMid liesaId
said saidNow saIdNew
Now when I my ajr that mr oW < proteetUe tarn to a ar a1YWfIII aees
1YWfIII ees r v by which w eh taw tired are famed out ost I an aware anatethat awarethat searsthat
that I mr fed are IOJi critics bat t when oar high hightariff lIitIhta bigtrW
tariff ta laws an at Made they are made med By the tilewho wen wenwho asswho
who want taxation net t by the t ass DIll who pays the theMean thetaxes Unbn
taxes taxesWbm
Wbm bn I asked fer a place pl on the WI Ways aDd aDdMtaDS eelMeans
Mean CcGMnntaet C ualt Uf r rather atfced MI Batter BatterIVmocrat BatttnIJnoocrat BeatersIleinecrat
IVmocrat to teooMBiend ow ho said hi There k I BO BOchance JIOeba sodanes
chance eba I had a letter of hiuwlMcUon to hIM hhafiwa hIMfmll toelass
lass a Mend of his he wa tree pleated in receive the theletter tilekiter Ibekiter
kiter and told me ha would tie dad to de di any anything 811thi aspthing ¬
thing he amid for Me and M I Ul him I wanted wanteda WlntfdpIaar
a pUoe on that eowettitw He said akh That i k ta tatxmiUe 00JIOSIiw is ispoibh
txmiUe I atked arli t why lie Mid We 10 put JIOitf turn turnram cestam
f tam ram thr namfacMrteg States en n that coats rommtuee rommtueeI tUea tUeaI
I Mid 1d What about the conwramr c connunes nMlDft9 lIe Mid ctiwe MidWe MidWe
We dost put them en tbat t ba t committee When Whenthe WMIlthe Wbnlbs
the vrotectioiilat are in power they m illite ke np u the theeoonnittee tileODmittee themoesUttee
eoonnittee from the men who represent n t the tax taxeater taxNter tarester
eater and not the taxpayer and th these e e men make makethe aislethe lie lietbe
the laws Jew ia their OWH ow Interests terfItt and the raimfc raimfctnien mauaflleturera meoutectrrers
tnien collect from the people po 1ie not only M orach mti a agfws as asJIMS asgoes
goes into the Treawry but wiHHtiHH ti tea tines tinesa time8ae theaas
a ae < much a as sort into the Treasury That k knot kDOt isDot
DOt only OBI famine out the taxes tales but it is paying fClytaglarp a alarge alarge
large ooMMieifon for the ooiltctkm eol tlon < of tb the taxes taxesAnd tausDIl taeatuti
And DIl so we are farming out the taxes When we wecharter weetaner wetheater
charter a corporation which is not regulated by com competlibtt comvetItinB asstietitIn
petlibtt There are only two ways of resulattaR resulattaRounmiaUoni reuJatiAltc retttlatlsgooeprtstlonoaie
ounmiaUoni c ooeprtstlonoaie Olll one to by kw sail tie other Is by byeotaBetnioB lITand byeoaistftioti
eotaBetnioB and vies competition kaot is DOt DOtthe poceiWe poceiWethe poalbislbs
the people are taxed without reprtsentatieo UK UKwithout aDd aDdwithout andwltbsst
without mercy mere tHtttM there U ejcfent eJlki lcteoit t rtgnlatioa rtgnlatioaAnd repilationAnd taUolI taUolIAnd
And here in Washington he recently recentlysaid recontlysaid recentlysaid
said to a representative of the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Press PressI
I did not not and would not not saT that the tariff Is Isnot isIJOt Ishot
not 50 important as the other two lean the toasts tnwteand tntlteand toastsend
and the railroads All 118 re Important and I would wouldnot mlUklDOt wouldnot
not attempt to fix their relative positions They The all allhrroire aUIoT01re althordes
hordes the Mine me principle and that Is whether the theinterests theint theinterests
interests ets of the rainy hall be subordinated subord1 ul to the theioteretU JaoiDtereIt Usinterests
interests tit t tbe few fewThe fewThe fewThe
The trouble lies with Mr Bryans Bryanscritics BranscrlUts Bryanscritics
critics Always on the lookout for forcause lorCAUlO forcause
cause of criticism in tho great Com Commonor Commonor Cornmoner
monor certain papers in reporting his hispublic hispublic hIspublic
public utterances emphasize whatever whateverthey whateorthf whateverthey
they thf find objectionable while hUe neglect neglecting neglectJ1E neglectjig ¬
jig or Ignoring fgn ri1g lug Is oth Othr h r remarks
Capital and Surplus 1600000 1600000Allows 16OOOOOAllows
Allows interest on deposits subject to ctyeck ctyeckRents ccck ccckAccepts
Accepts Trusts created by Will or otherwise
1 Manages Property as agents for the owners ownersRents
Rents Safes and Stores Val uables in fireproof fireproofvaults fireproofvaults
vaults vaultsFurnishes vaultsFurnishes
Furnishes Letters of Credit for Travelers and andIssues andoee
oee Issues Drafts on all foreign countries countriesJOHN countriesJOHN
Mining Stocks StocksI
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Phone aialn ia1ri a 802 22 2 1410 II St AW AWBryan NVBryan itv itvBryan
Bryan while realizing the importance importanceof
of th the tariff question at this Juncture Juncturein
in our affair a < alra and publicly expressing expressinghlmMlf expressinghlm expressinghimself
himself hlm elt accordingly refuses to lendhimself lend lendhimself lendI1lmlJtlf
himself to the purposes es of those who whowould whowould whowould
would distract the attention of the pub public publie publie ¬
lie from ether ther grave gra and pressing problemiby prob problems prob1ems ¬
lems lemiby by shouting tariff to the cxclu cxclulon cxcluIoft cxciiiion
= lon of af f everything else Hence the thecriticism thecrltltlsm thecriticism
criticism of those who have always an antagonized 80tAlonlaed antagonhzed ¬
tagonized Mr Bryan in his hi war on the theevils theevils theevils
evils of special 81 < Ial privilege in all its itsforms Itaforma itsforms
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A Tribute to the late Dr Gilbert GilbertKdttor GilbertJdIt GilbertEditor
Editor The Tb WMbtoctOB W Herald MamMThe HenIdThe HeraldThe
The demise of Dr Charles B n Gilbertremoves GIlbert CHIbertremovea GIlbertremoYH
removes from a large Held of usefulness usefulnessa UMfuli UMfulia
a conscientious and self aett1aUlftc1ag sacrificing P phy physiclan physiclan > > r rsictan
siclan who will be sincerely mourned by byall byaU byall
all who knew him best bestDr bestDr j jDr
Dr GUh Gilbert it was a pupil of Dr Con Consiantine Conuntlne Constantlne
siantine Hoeing Heri of Philadelphia and a amember aIDembe amember
member of the family famll of that eminent eminentPhysician eminentpb11kian emInentphysician
Physician for several years Dr lisTing Heringwas lIertngw lisTingwas
was w justly celebrated as the father of ofhomeopathy ofboIneopath ofhomeopathy
homeopathy i to America It is my deliber deliberate deU dehiberate r rate ¬
ate opinion that thAt Dr Gilbert bad no noenemies noe noenemies
enemies e IRS nature and disposition were wereso wereso
so kindly and conciliatory that thesu thesetraits thesutraitl thesutraits
traits disarmed dl armed all illfeeling lI1t ling which whichmight whichmht whichmight
might have been engendered by his sturdy sturdyand 8turdyanc1 sturdyand
and uncompromising defense deten of the cause causeof causeo causeof
of o pure pu homeopathy of which he wa wu a aconspicuous aconsplcuo aconspicuous
conspicuous champion championHis championHis champIonHIs
His health was never very robust and andhe aDCIhe andhe
he was at one time an Inmate of the theNational theXaUonaJ theNatIonal
National Homeopathic 1Iljm tble Hospital for a anumber anumber anumber
number of months He Heided aided in promot promoting promotInll prousoting ¬
ing the interests of that institution and andas andas nd ndas
as a member of Its medical staff Itdslsted as assisted asslated ¬
slated in placing It upon a successfulworking successful successfulworking ncce efl1lworking
working buts His place In the ranks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the profession on will be vacant for a long longtime 101IIItime lonitime
time before a worthy successor win be befound beto1llM1 befound
found c w aorcnocacHMiDT T u uThe K D DTIle IlThe
The Themes WaAtogtos D C Cffjjtof C CCaJliBe 0MiBe
CaJliBe MiBe H Nwiaanoos NwiaanoosUibsr llRUOS llRUOSIoMar
ffjjtof The WasttawtoB W Herald HealdHood HcxaldHood HeraldHood
Hood says sa Evil is wrought by want wantof wantof I Iof
of thought as well as want of o heart1 heart1Isnt heart heartIsnt 1 1It
Isnt It so in most cases when house householders householders ¬ I Ibolc1ent
holders keep nervous terriers te1 1era te leee with a achronic aebroalc achronic
chronic habit of sending < their piercing piercingcries pI eIqerIeI piercingcries
cries Insistently wntly and peraevertngly peraevertnglythrough peneverlqlytbretllla perseverthglythrough
through the open windows of the scores scores9i eco1 scoresof
9i surnmndiag nouses ooses Can R 1M h that it itnever ItMftr itsever
never ocean to these owners that tnermust Utermuat there theremust
must be within the reach of that contmu contmuous eontlnu continumm
ous 0 nervenagging Jng sound wakeful Ill 111and m mad Illand
and sufferIng persons tormented to excoperation ex exasperation uuperaUon ¬
asperation The terrier is I of all ani animals anImala calmale ¬
male mala most easily euIJ roused to the barking barkingpoint barJdqpolnt barkingpoint
point and seeming steml most vo enjoy the theexercise Uteexereble theexercIse
exercise The footfall of every passer passerttte pal8tltlfe passertile
ttte call of every distant dog the velvet velvettread velvlttrea4 velvettread
tread of any It cat cateven even the tiptoe step of ofa ota ola
a thoughtful cockroach or the sigh the thealienee theUe thesilence
silence Ue heaves heaveewill will excite him to the theduty thedut theduty
duty dut of alarming the neighborhood neighborhoodThe nllI tborboodThe
The requirements requl entB of the law are such suchas 8urha suchas
as to discourage legal proceedings np and andso andso
so a whole vicinity may suffer In silence silencefor sll silencefor nce ncetor
for a dogs dog age It is a a wonder the law lawof Jawor lawof
of aelfpreservatlon doesnt oftener pro provoke proyoke proyoke ¬
yoke reprisals and nd prompt the quick quickquietus quickqul quickquietus
quietus qul tuIt cf 1 strychnine tIT balne J P MORSE MORSEL lMSEW
W L D C CSchool c cSchool CSchool
School System Sys m of of the District DistrictEditor DistrictIItar DistrictUftw
Editor The Wafagb w Ws laptos Herald HmldThrough JIaa1dTblOu HeraldThrough
Through b the courtesy of Commissioner CommissionerMacfarland COIIIIIIIII8loneradartand CommissionerMacfarland
> Macfarland and Superintendent Stuart I Ivisited Ivisit Ivisited
visited visit last year ten of the city eft public publicschools pubUaehoolt pubhlschools
schools and nd received tyed a happy welcome welcomefrom welcomefrom welcomefrom
from principals teachers and scholars scholarsWashington scholarsWashIngton holar holarWasblqtOll
Washington ha bu bright boys by and girls girlsand girlsand r1Jl r1Jland
and If their teachers were only given giventime GInnlime giventIme
time and opportunity what hat a Il change changewould changewould changewould
would take place But at present the thegreat the5leat thegreat
great number of studies and classes shuts shutsout sbutsout shutsout
out the hope of true t learning < and give giveus glv glvWI givesus
us a flimsy smattering of words words wordsmere wordsmere wordsmere
mere words and hardly a coloring o oideas of ofIdeaL ofIdeas
ideas ideasPoll IdeaLPuu IdeasPull
Poll down Routes Rollta Ancient History and andread andread andread
read his Bemarte upon Assyrian AsQIrI Chal Chaldean Chaldean Cliiidoest ¬
dean Greek G and Roman education The Thescholars TheICboian Thepebolars
scholars were taught tat ideas of virtue the thepower thepower thepower
power of wisdom wtl 0 and what constituted constitutedstate constituteda
a state Do our teachers nave have one hour hourIn hourIn hourIn
In the public public schools to do this Do the theparents thep theparents
parents p renta often oeta visit T t the schools and take takepart tukepart takepart
part m In the hearing of recitations and andobserve andob8erTe anSsbsere
observe the advancement of their chIt ¬
dren T Who now asks questions at the theclose thec10IIe theclose
close of each reading exercise as in the thedays thidaya thedays
days of or the na put t Where II the boy who whosteps whosteps whosteps
steps out onto the platform and every everytwo everytwo everytwo
two weeks shows how well he can apeak apeakhis apeakbls apeakhis
his piece taken from the best authorsAnd authors authorsAnd authorsAnd
And do the girls write compositions C c npositlons and andin AlldIn apdin
in their seats listen to the reading of tne tnesame tll tossame I Isame
same by chosen ones before rore the whol wholschool whiokschool 11 < 10 10choolT
school If the parents have no interest interestIn Int interestin < rest restIn
In the scholars and the teachers who whothen whothen whothen
then will blame ne them for their hwSiffi hwSiffienre Ind1lr indllfetcwe l lenre
enre cweHow enreHow enreHow
How happy happ I was wHen my mother and andothers ln lnothers andothers
others took their places on tb the < s bark barkats barkats back4ats
4ats ats and listened to my efforts when whengoing whengoing whengoing
going up the ladder of study Whore Isthe is isthe Isthe
the mother in Washington who now glad gladdens gIaedens gladdens ¬
dens the th heart of her boy or girl in tne tneschoolroom tnechoolroomT tneschoolroom
schoolroom At home I was obliged to toreed toreed toread
reed and spell dally and the great events eventsof eyentsor eventsof
of the times were all reviewed Do the thescholars theholars thescholars
scholars holars now talk over the mighty movements move mOements movemeats ¬
ments of the nations at their meals The Thefunny Tbefunny Thefunny
funny paper is the weekly kly theme Our Ourwhole Ourwhole Ourwhole
whole system is false and Injurious ant amishould antshould andshould
should be at once changed changedDAVID cba cbaDA changedDAVID
SI i G street etrsetnortbwest northwest AVttnteKtas D C CTen C CTen CTea
Ten Sin Smoking ok I us Centuries Old OldFrom OldFrom OldPram
From the Mtewspotts Journal JowaaJWith JournalWith leeredWith
With your 1Jur tea cigarettes oIgarett saW the an antiquary anthlUr antiquary ¬
tiquary sternly you young oung ladles think thinkyourselves thinkourselves thinkyourselves
yourselves ourselves very mdern and decadent But Butlook Butlook Butlook
look here hereHe hereHe herelie
He took from a portfolio a French Jr IH print printof printot printof
of the seventeenth century that portrayed portrayedtwo portraetO portrayedtwo
two men with cumbrous silver pipes pipescharging pipecharging pipescharging
charging the same from a box of China Chinatea Chinatea Chinatea
tea teaThis
This shows you ou the old man said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the antiquity of tea smoking It was vas a acommon acommon acommon
common thing in France 906 U years ers ago agoBlegnt agoDlent agoBlegot
Blegnt mentions It and Grand dAuesayin dAussay dAussayin d AU88a AU88aIn
in his Hlstolro de la Vie Privee des desFrancois desFran desFrancais
Francois Fran 1s describes it in detail detailAn detAnAn detailAn
An old vice foe a dead vtca leoor for the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French found that toe smoking racked rackedthe rack rackthe rackedthe <
the nerves how very ery very foolish you yougirls youClrls yougirls
girls are nr to have revived it It
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