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8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 190T
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To T keep a IBa4 qpw u uS town townAVImt wDVJant
S S S9int
AVImt 9int the Grcnt rent 3Inn Did DidOf nidor DidOf
Of course it is I right and nd proper that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the places in h which great men men have izva dis distinguished dlstinguIshed dlitinguished ¬
tinguished themselves them eiOO should b be sot apart apartand aprtand apartand
and preserved We have our monuments monumentsat
at Chickamauga and at Gettysburg ML MLVernon MtVernon
Vernon is beautifully utlfuUy cared for and all allof anof allof
of us have been asked lately to contribute contributeto
to a fund to preserve the birthplace of ofLincoln ofLthcoln
Lincoln When private citizens make fu future future future ¬
ture Meccas their t r care the spirit is isone Isone isone
one to be highly commended A man manwho manwho manwho
who spent the summer in New England Englandhas Englandhas Englandhas
has been telling me m of a s hou hoWle e up there thereto thereto thereto
to which a very great man made a brief briefvisit briefIslt briefvisit
visit Islt not not so o very long Jon ago He is a man manequally manequally menequally
equally noted for a great many things thingsand thingsand thingsand
and a fondness for athletics 18 I one of ofthem ofthEm ofthem
them When Then he visited the house I speak speakof 8Pe8kJf SPeaku
of < u luncheon time came and he was wa not notto notto nOtto
to be found Shout > were beard from the theback theback theback
back yard and the ho host t hurried thither thitherto
to find the children of the family gaz gazing P PIng gzIng ¬
ing in wonderment at the great man manThe mttnThe menThe
The great man had been dared by one oneof oneof oneof
of them to stand tand on his head and he had hadperformed hatlperCormed hadperformed
performed the feat Now so I am toWv toWva told tolda
a small space is marked off in that back backyard bckyard hickyard
yard by means of stakes and a a wire net netting netting netting ¬
ting It is the hallowed spot where the thegreat tMat thegreat
great at man stood on his head headMark beadUnrk headS
S S SInrk
Mark Twain as n n Pilot PilotMark l IIlotMark not notMark
Mark Twains reticence in his autobi autobiography autobiography autobiography ¬
ography concerning conceml one important period periodof periodof periodof
of his career and his avoidance of the thescheme thescheme thescheme
scheme to have hjm pilot the President Presidentand Presidentand Presidentand
and his party down the Mississippi XlMls cer certainly certainly cartainly ¬
tainly does lend color to a scurrilous story storywhich storywhictl storywhich
which is circulated and believed along alongthe aJon aJonthe alongthe
the river as everybody in the middle middleWest mtddle1V middleWest
West 1V st calls the Father of Waters An Anold Anold Anold
old pilot told it to me and I lretwJed refused to tobelieve tobeUee tobelieve
believe it It Mark Twain T he told me me was wasnever wunever waanever
never a real pilot He knew how to pilot pilota
a boat and he did pilot several boats boatsalong boat boatalong boatsalong
along a stream that has to be learned learnedanew learnedanew learnedanew
anew every trip but he wasnt quite the thegenuine thegenuin thegenuine
genuine article artie He didnt begin as deck deckhand deekhand deckhand ¬
hand hand and work up through second mate mateand 1I18t6and mateand
and first mate in the proper way 87 Along Atongthe Alongthe Alongthe
the river It is doubted whether whet r he ever evereven evereven evereven
even acquired a second mates mate vocabulary vocabularythough vocabularythough vocabularythough
though that fact is no great drawback draw k to toa toa toa
a literary man since you can print a real realsecond realsecond realsecond
second mates remarks only symbolically symbolicallyby
by b means of dashes It is tokl of him himfrom himfrom hImfrom
from Shlpptaaport to New Orleans that thathe thathe thathe
he paid a roan n to teach him to be a apilot apilot apilot
pilot I i hope Jvir Clemens will refute the thecalumny tbecalumny thecalumny
calumny some day d but till he does doesdivers doesdivers doesdivers
divers and sundry pilots will sniff at men mention mention mention ¬
tion of his name Also when he does doesstart doesstart doesstart
start In to refute It he will have to re remember re remembEr remember ¬
member that lots of these pilots are from fromMissouri fromMis50uri fromMissouri
Missouri MissouriWnltre MissouriWniire Mis50uriVnltre
S
Wnltre n Query Is Relevant IlelevnntI Itelenntdont
II I dont know kD W whether whether the pompadouced pompadoucedyoung pompadouedyoung pomdoneedyoung
young lady lad who brings me my breakfast breakfasthas brOltktasthas breakfasthas
has been listening or whether heUter she thinks thinksfor Uiinksfor thinksfor
for herself aays the the young ouog man who whotakes whotakes whotakes
takes his meals in a restaurant but batshes butshes butshes
shes getting to b be almost t funny Yester Yesterday Ye8terday Yesterday ¬
day I ordered liver and bacon and then thenI
I waited and waited till Id committed committedeverything committedeverything committedeverything
everything In The Washlngtno Herald to tomemory tomemor tomemory
memory memoryCome memor memoryCome
memorCome Come hither I sAid to her I gave gaveyou gaveyou gaveyou
you my order half an hour ago Do I get getthat getthat getthat
that liverShe liver liverShe liverShe
She stopped chewing ehe1 gum longer than thanI
I I ever knew her to do before beforeYou beforeYou boforeYou
You get It said she but there were weretwo 1eretwo weretwo
two orders in ahead of yours You dont dontwant dontwant dontwant
want your our liver out of order do you youDInliolo youI youDlnlJOJo youS
S S S i 4Diabolo
DInliolo Got Teds Father FatherMy FntlaerIy FatherMy
My Iy young friend Ted has a dlabote dlaboteset dt8bo1ott
set tt which hi his aunt sent nt htm from fro Parts PartsParis PartsParis PaneParis
Paris as the papers have told you OU has hasgone hugone hasgone
gone mad over diabolo Its a game with withan Withan Withan
an apparatus made up of an hour hourglassshaped hourglass hourglassshaped Ia Iashaped
shaped arrangement of celluloid with a acircle aIrtIe acircle
circle < of rubber at each end 00 and two twoshort twoshort twoshort
short sticks i tied tied together t ther by b a yard yardlong yardlong yardlong
long string strln You toss t n the hourglass hoUr Ia up upwith upit upwith
with it h the 1stntng string strln < and catch it on the thestring th thptring thestring
string as it comes down Of course coursetheres coursetheres coursetheres
theres more to the game but thats tlts all allI alli U UI
I i happen to know about it It Last Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day Ted was naughty nau hty and his father fathersent fathersent fathersent
sent him to his room to stay all after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Sunday being the day Ted sr de devotes deotfS tieiotes ¬
votes otfS to training his son Presently Presentlythere Pre Presentlythere ently entlythere
there was heard hearq a bumping on the floor floorand 11001and floorand
and a Jumping about aboutWhats aboutWhats aboutWhata
Whats Ted doing demanded his hisfather hisfather hisfather
father fatherPlaying fatherPlaying fatherPlaying
Playing with his dtabok I suppose supposeanswered supposeanswered e eanswered
answered his mother You didnt tell tellhim tellhim tellhim
him 10 to sit still stillWell sUIWell sURWell
Well I r wont have that noise IOtBe said saidTeds MJclTeds saidrers
Teds father fatJer Ill stop that or Ill Illknow Illknow illknow
know the reason re why whyFather wh whFatht whyFather
Father > r disappeared and for two min minutes mlnutfS mm mmutes ¬
utes there was s silence Then the jump jumping jumpll1g jumping ¬
ing and bumping began be more than ever everand everand everand
and presently pre ntly something crashed cra bed Teds Tedsmother Tedsmother Tedsmother
mother ran up There was as Ted sr srprancing srprancing arprancing
prancing about the room madly throw throwing throwing throwing ¬
ing the dlabolo and makin mak1 wild dives divesat divesat divesat
at it as it came down Twoglobes Twd globes were werebroken werebroken werebroken
broken on the chandelier and a a chair was wasoverturned wasoverturned wasoverturned
overturned Ted ST sat on O the bad badFathers bdFathers bedFathers
Fathers showing me how to do It he heexplained heexplained heexplained
explained explainedFather explainedFather explainedFather
Father turned turn around a little red in inthe Inthe inthe
the face faceYoure faceYoure faceYoure
Youre smashing everything in the theroom theroom theroom
room said the lady of the house houseTed houseTed houseTed
Ted sr looked annoyed annoyedCome annoYedCome ananyodCome
Come on son he said If if f mother is isso Isso Isso
so particular partl ular wed better go out Inth the thebak theblUk theback
back yard ard to do this If youll you 11 apologize apologizeto
to her for what you did I think < shell shelllet shelllet shelllet
let you go Its a shame to keep a boy boyindoors boyIndoors boyIndoors
indoors all day dayThey dayThey dayThey
They played diabolo the rest of the af afternoon a atmoon atternoon ¬
ternoon in the yard anl And after Ted jr jrwas jz jzwas jrwas
was in bed Ted ed sr remarked rebuk rebukIngly rebukIngly rebukingly
Ingly to his wffe wffeI
I dont see why wh you ou dont send that thatboy thatMY thatboy
boy out to play p pay when hes naughty In Instead Insttad Instead ¬
stead of shutting him up He needs ex exercise exercise axeretse ¬
ercise to work off his spirits spiritsIt
It was on the tb tip of Teds mothers motherstongue motherstnngu motheratongue
tongue to say You sent t him to his hisroom hisroom hisroom
room yourself but shes a wise woman womanand womanand oman omanand
and never nt > t f interferes with Ted srs Irsor idea ideaof ideaof
of discipline disciplineWhat disciplineWhat i iWhat
What a boy needs te exercise exerel e Ted Tedsr Tedsr Tedsr
sr went on OIl I think thlnkt Ill get another anotherof inotberof
of those diaboio seta m td I can play with withhim wlilthim withhim
him himAnd
And Teds mother didnt cll nt even remind remindhim remindhim remindhim
him that the game was the one hed hedpooh hedpooh hedpooh
pooh poohed when it first came cameDark camennrk camei camelnrk
i
Dark Outlook for history HixtoryI HIMtor HIMtorI
I wonder what the effect of living livingin
in flats flat is going io be on the race says saysthe saysth saysthe
the th woman who recently moved moved Into one oneWhats oneWhats oneWhats
Whats going to be its effect on the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future writing of history and biography biographyWhen biographyYhen biographyWhen
When I remember my grandmothers at attic atti attie ¬
tic ti < I just have to wonder Grandmother Grandmotherhad Grandmotherhad Grandmotherhad
had the > wedding gowns of three genera generations generations generations ¬
tions stored away ay She had a barrel full fullof fullof LVIIof
of her fathers sermons and a half dozen dozentrunks dozentrunks dozentrunks
trunks with 1th nothing D thlDf In n them but letters lettersand JettersiUld lettersand
and diaries and keepsakes keepeak In my m flat I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have room for nothing not ing but but the clothes of ofone ofone ofone
one season at a time tlm and no place at all allfor aUfor allfor
for old letters I burned bushels busht > 1s of them themwhen tht themwhen > m mwhen
when we moved mOfflIftters letters that might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been of great value in fifty years ears I It
t
burned keepsakes keepnk and I gave away old oldclothes oldC oldclothes
C clothes Life in a Slat Is essentially aUUr a atiring atJdD athing
tiring of the moment Nobody in a a flat flatcan ftateo flatcan
can keep things that recall old wools associations aaodattonL woolstiona ¬
tions ttonL I think its It going II < to be a return returnto returnto turn turnto
to the prehistoric nomadic life Historians Historiansof
of Stt N wont know a thins thl about us usOur usOur usOur
Our illmade books will have crumbled crumbledto
to pieces and therell b be no attictreas attictreasured attlotreuured attictreesured ¬
ured data Theyll set us t down as a pee people pe0 pe0ple peeplo ¬
ple who had no sentiment no home M e feel feelIng teelin feellag
lag in no setose of attachment to the soil soila solla soila
a mere race of nomads nom d8 who collected no nomore nomore nomore
more possessions than they could carry carryabout carryabout carryabout
about with itk them themWoes themoes themWoes
>
Woes oes of the theSpeaking Flatterer FlattererSpeaking IlattercrSpeakiol
Speaking of fiats remind me of an anexasperated anexupenLted anexasperated
exasperated woman I met the other day dayTheres dayTheres dayTheres
Theres been a stain stat on my bath bathroom bathroom bathroost ¬
room ceiling from m the bathroom room above abovefor abovefor abovefor
for three months moot she said My sitting sittingroom slttlngroom sittingroom
room has needed repaperin ever since sincewe sincewe sincewe
we moved in and my hall has needed neededa
a a new De gas fixture for a year Ive com coroplained co coplained complalned
plained and complained and yesterday yesterdayI
I went down to the landlords office to tosettle toWe tosettle
settle We things tht I was going to coerce coercehim coercehtm coercehim
him into attending to me I was going goingto Ing Ingto
to make him understand Im a person personnot Je1lOftnot personnot
not to be trifled trl ed with A young youn man manwith manwith manwith
with a p graven linage style of face heard heardmy heardlilY heardmy
my complain CDIIIPfalnt complaintsI U UI
I wont stand stand it any aJtyloDser longer I said saidIf ssklIf Id IdIf
If If those things thln arent fixed by the first firstof ftntof firstof
of next month iH Ii move out outWhat 001What outWhat
What flat ftat pleaser please he asked askedFk uk ukFiot
4 Fk Plot > t K 2 the Whisaington Whlutn t I said saidand aidand saidand
and Ill move cur R snip as s fate if you dont donthave cIontba donthave
have ba ve things fixed fixedHe ftncJH fixedHe
He H didnt say y yf1C a a f1C word to me but butturned lie lieturned beturned
turned his gravest Ja jroag bua face to a w1IeJ w1IeJnear lW lWnear heynear
near him himTelephone himuTeIepboDe himTelephone
Telephone the first 1Il t applicant on the theHst theHst thelist
Hst that she can hfcre 2T 22 at the Whiz Whtaztngton Wb1xD Whizzlngton
ztngton D ton on November I 1 w was all he beMove said saidMove saidMove
Move Of course caune I sJiant t move I Ishant Ishaot Ishant
shant have things fixed either Im Imnothing 111Inotb Imnothing
notb nothing but a a worm that pays rent Why Whyshould Whyshould Whyshould
should things be fixed for me mer r
CIVILIZATION IN PERSIA PEESIAIts
Its Introduction Urin hirings rln M Tulierenlosln Tulierenloslnand
and Child Labor LaborIn LnIJorIn LaborIn
In Tabriz Persia the increase Incren 6 of pul pulmonary pulmonary ptilmonary ¬
monary disease dl8e8 e is alarming foreign phy physicians phyaclaDfl pityaiclana ¬
sicians This is due ue to t the introduction introductionof
of Western ways of living declares Eliz Elizabeth Elizabeth EiIzabeth ¬
abeth J Easton in the Cleveland Plain PlainDealer PlninDealer PlainDealer
Dealer Heretofore the housing problem problemhas problembaa problemhas
has been b8e a simple one on The abode fur furntohed turs1Md furniahed
ntohed material tM1al both cheap and conven convenient convenIent convenlent ¬
ient Every Ev ry family had its own little littlehouse littlehouae littlehouse
house and court The door and hole in inthe Inthe inthe
the roof were 8Je open at all seasons Even EvenIn EvenIn EvenIn
In winter no attempt was made to heat haatrooms hoatroom heatrooms
rooms An open fire or what might be becalled becaUed becalled
called a foot warmer warmera a pan of ashes h con containing contain contaming ¬
taming tain a a few red coals eoal coalswas was all allTo allTo allTo
To visit vt a Persian In midwinter whon whonthe whenthe whonthe
the snow was WfI falling was something like Ilkataking liketaJdn liketaking
taking < a a sleigh Sll ride Indoors Tho doors doorsand doorsand doorsand
and windows were ere wide open Host and andguest Rndguet andguest
guest sat on cushions cuehlo a wool filled com comforter comforter cornforter ¬
forter tucked around them with Whh their theirfeet tholrfeet theirfeet
feet toward the foot warmer The family familyslept CAmilylept familyslept
slept lept this way 7 In winter 1ntor In warm weuth weuther wouthor weathor
or they moved their bedding bedding out of doors doorsMore dooIlilMore doomMore
More than this every one was In bed at atnight 8tnight atnight
night No botetrous bol trous crowds wero found foundon foundon foundon
on the city streets streetJItho streetsthey they were dark and anddeserted anddeeerteci anddeserted
deserted No one sat t up by artificial artificiallight ArtlftclnlIIlht artificialhfht
light or lay la in bed when the sun WHS WHSblaxing witsblazing wits witsblut
blazing blut in the sky Planning tho day in inthis inthlll inthis
this way y saves av hurry and consequent consequentworry constlquentworlJ consequentworry
worry Now that the comparatively pros prosperous prosperous prosporous ¬
perous Armenians and Mohammedans Mohammedansare
are building houses like ours and trying tryingto
to heat them with th wood stoves stO and light lightthem lightth lightthen
them th then with lamps a a chango is beginning beginningto
to lake place in all this thu Fuel is scarce scarceand scarceand rcc rccancI
and expensive so every crevice for fresh freshair freshair freshair
air has been closed lest any of the pre precious precious proclone ¬
cious beat escape e The result as far as ashealth a ahealth ashealth
health te concerned conctmedb has been be n just what whatmtaht whatmight j jmight
might have been expected expectedUpon expectecIUpoa expectedUpon
Upon our return ret urn to Persia in i It 156 after afteran ftJteran afteran
an absence of four years we noticed a aremarkable aremarkable aremarkable
remarkable change In the carpet industry industryin
in Tabriz Formerly the carpets were weremade wereJllde weremade
made by women oatelt in the villages ymag and fur furntahed turnbed furnished
ntahed indoor work for the winter But Butat Butat Butat
at this time we found that thousands of ofsmall oCsmaU ofsmall
small boys were employed in the city cityfor city8hQpe cityshqpi
8hQpe for this purpose pUr pUrpose The merchants merchantselves merebtultIvea merchatitstheliwelvea
theliwelvea elves Ivea said W that the streets and the theschools tMchooIa theschools
schools were emptied of children and andthe ADdthe andthe
the native called our attention ftti nUbntio tlon to the thefact thetact thefact
fact that this work had a a bad d effect on onthe onthe onthe
the eyesight of o the children and II nd bIn bIndered hin hindered hiudared ¬
dered their normal development dev lopment
SUNDAY MORNING CHAT CHATTEMPERANCI CHATTEMPERANCE
TEMPERANCE OUTLOOKCHURCH OUTLOOKCH URCH GOSSIPFIRST GOSSIPFIRSTJAPANESE GOSSIPFIRSTJAPANESE
JAPANESE BISHOP
T tt mneraaG aecwfcr whIms came me into intoexistence Intoexietence Intoexistence
exietence existence in Morean ore n Saratoga < a County Count N XY NY NY
Y April 30 at ISO UIIS is said to be the oldest oldestersantzaikm oldesttH oldestirgathzaIo
ersantzaikm tH of the kind la the th world worldPlan worlclPlH8re worldllaneare
Plan PlH8re are being perfected perfett by 0y committee committeeof CODIIftitteeof
of which Rev J H H Durkee of Rochester RochesterN
N Y is chairman for a celebration of ofits ofIts ofIts
its centennial to be held at at Saratoga next nextJune DeXtJune nextJune
June 14 to 30 in the form of a world con congress cong congrsss ¬
gress g of temperance societies societiesIn aocletlesIn societiesIn
In spite plte of the many discouragements discouragementsmet discouraemgtact lftellbi lftellbimet
met by those who work WOIkfor for the cause of oftemperance oftempenwee oftemperance
temperance they may justly congratulate congratulatethemselves a congratulatethemselves qnatulatelhemlielveal
themselves on the changes for the better betterwhkh betterwhh betterwhh
whkh whh h have been brought about through throughtheir throQ5btheir throughtheir
their unremitting labors A distinguished distinguisheddivine difi1Dcuiabedlne distinguisheddivine
divine lne the other day when asked a ked what he hethought hethought hethought
thought of the temperance outlook said saidWhy ealdWb saidWhy
Why Wb I think there to Ieevmy every reasea x for forencouragement foreneou forencouragement
encouragement eneou ment The use of liquors Is tolooked Islooked islooked
looked upon generally with much more moredisapproval motefltuppr moredisapproval
fltuppr disapproval Ml than in days 38 past Take for forinstance torlu forinstance
instance taaee the now historic cocktail dinner dinnerwhich dbanerwhleb dinnerwhich
which has stirred up such waves of pro protest protest protest ¬
test Arty or sixty years ago it would not nothave DOthaNe nothave
have caused a ripple rippleBishop riPflemhop rippleBishop
Bishop Meade ead in his Old Churches Churchesand ChurchesantI Churchesand
and Families of Virginia says that it itwas itwas Itwas
was no uncommon thing for ministers ministersof
of respectable standing to offer brandy brandyto
to thier guests while deacons and elders elderssold eldersI elderssoki
I sold rum by wholesale without fear of ofcriticism ofcrt ofcriticism
criticism crt lief am In proof of the prevailing use useof U8eof useof
of liquors and the light 1I < bt in which lalcb itwa itwaregarded Il itwasregarded wu wurded
regarded rded Bishop Meade tells that at the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral of a minister the officiating officiatingclergyman omctat1ngcle odlelatingclergyman
clergyman cle man said in his bl praise that he henever henetr henever
never permitted even a morning vialtor visitorto vialtorto vialtorto
to depart without offering him wine wtnaon wtnaonother IneAr IneArother or orother
other refreahfoeats rt JhfJt jo great M a hia WahoO WahoOpftahity hos hosBflality bot botItftllty
Bflality Til T ass 8 S2 tvnen en his dgUes called calfedhim caIfedhim calledhim
him to various parts of the country countrywhere countljwhere countrywhere
where he mingled freely treel with 1th all denomi denominations denominations denonilnations ¬
nations Bishop Bt bop Meade says ay this careless carelessness careleaJle8 carelessnuns ¬
ness In regard to the use of intoxicants intoxicantswas intoxIcantsVU Intoxicantawas
was everywhere manifest manifestThe manifestThe manifestrhe
The annual meeting of the Womans WomansHome WomansHome WomansHome
Home Missionary Society Washington WashingtonDistrict WashingtonDistrict Yubi tOl1 tOl1Dl
District Dl trlet of the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Kpl EpiscopalChurch eopal eopalChurch
Church was held at Hamllne Church last lastWednesday lastVadn lastWednesday
Wednesday Vadn ay At the morning session H the thedevotional thedevotional thedevotional
devotional exercises e erelties were led by Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn Mn MnJOhn
John W R R Sum Sumwlt Sumwalt wait with with addresses of ofwelcome otwelcote ofwekoie
welcome welcote by b the pastor or of Hamllne HamllneChurch HamllneChareh Hamilnethureh
Church RevJ Rev Charles Chari B IL Guthrie and andthe andthe andthe
the president pre 4 8llt of ofthe the society Mrs James JamesE JamesGilbert JamesGilbert
E Gilbert The minutes were ere read by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs Frank T Israel Then there were werethreeminute werethreeminute ere erethreeminute
threeminute reports presented pre ented as fol follows folIows followe ¬
lows Home Guards and Mothers Jew Jewete Jwel8 Jewale
ale and Childrens Home Missions Mrs MrsM Mrslf MrsIt
M It M Mitchell thank offering Mrs E EH EH EH
H Lamar temperance Mrs Frances FrancesSmith FrancesSmith FrancesSmith
Smith memorial memberships Mrs Hen Henry Henry Henry ¬
ry T Brian systematic beneficence Mrs MrsJ IrsJ MrsJ
J FInney Engle Womans Home Mis Missions Missions MIsalone ¬
sions Mrs Ho Howell well Bartle literature Mrs MrsR MrsB rs rsR
R L Wright Trlght reading circles Miss MissGrace 111 111Groce MISSGrace
Grace Chandlee mite boxes Mrs M > L N NFernandez NFernandez NFernandez
Fernandez supplies Mrs rrs C A A Williams Williamsyoung WIlUa Williamsyoung Ul Ulyoung
young peoples work Mrs G R Linking Linkingtreasurers Llnkinstreasurers Linkinstreasurers
treasurers report Miss Ella Steinmetz SteinmetzThe SteinmetzThe SteinmetzThe
The foreigners in our neighboring city citywas citywas citywas
was the subject of an address by Mrs MrsWilbur MrsWilbur MrsWilbur
Wilbur F Sheridan of Baltimore and andMrs andlIrB andMrs
Mrs D B Street corresponding secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary of the society told of the years yearsjvork years1Ork yearstsork
jvork A prayer of consecration con ecraUon followed followedby tollowedb followedby
by b the Gloria and benediction closed closedthe clotredthe closedthe
the morning session sessionAt StS8IooAt sessionAt
At the afternoon session the thedevotlonal thedevotlonalexercises devotional devotionalexercises devotionalexercises
exercises were led by Mia Charles haries E EGuthria EGuthrIe EGuthrie
GuthrIe Then followed brief addresses addressesThe addresThe addressesThe
The SiWey Hospital Guild Mrs G W WStokes WStokee V VStok
Stokes Stok Three of our wards Mrs Clara ClaraL ClaraJM ClaraIj
L JM Roach Citizens of tomorrow tomorrowour tomorrowourr tomorrowourresponsibility our ourraponalDtHty
responsibility r Mrs ra W P ThlrkieW ThlrkieWand ThlrkleldaDd Thlrkieldand
and Tidings of our work in Honolulu Honoluluby Honoluluby Honoluluby
by Mrs Emily Harris McIntosh Mrs MrsMclntosh MrsJrleIntosh MrsMcIntosh
McIntosh who is a sister of Bishop Har Harris Harris Harris ¬
ris ris and has been associated u with him in inmuch inmuch Inmuch
much of his work among the Chinese Chinesetold Chineeetold Chinesetold
told of the difficulties dlf encountered in the thebeginning thebeglnnlDC thebeginning
beginning owing very Very often to the op opposition opposition opUon ¬
position Uon of the white race to having the theheathen theheathen theheathen
heathen taught anything aaythin On one oc occasion occasion occaslon ¬
casion while trying to establish a Chin Chinese ChIneN ¬
ese 5 mission in California Mrs McIntosh Mclntoehwas McIntoshwas elntoeh elntoehwas
was refused room and boarding in a ahouse ahouse ahouse
house where here like > applied for thenjL thel them L be because becaWte beimuse ¬
cause the landlady said she would not nothave notbavean nothave
have bavean any owe In In her house e who would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do such a athing thing thlngas as teach in a a Chinese Chinesemission Chineeemle ChInesemission
mission lon In InaddltJon addition to the addresses addressesthere addres addressesthere es esthere
there was a contralto solo by Mrs D DOlln DOlin DOlin
Olin Leech and a soprano solo by Mrs MrsBessie MrsDOI8Ie MrsBessle
Bessie Latham Gibson Last of all came camethe camethe camethe
the election of officers for the year Mrs MrsGilbert lrsGilbert MrsGilbert
Gilbert Gilbert who has so acceptably filled lled the theposition thepo theposition
position po for aJM a tUmber Imber mb r of years was wasagain 18analn wasagain
again elected president of the society societyShe octetShe societyShe
She is an Ideal presiding officer possess possessing potMeaWIng possessing ¬
ing tact tact decision a quick sense of humor humorand humorand humorand
and the gift of clear expression ton together togetherWith togetherwith togetherwith
With a sweet well modulated voice that thatreaches thatreaehtS thatreachts
reaches an entire t nUre audience The other otherofficers otheroflters otheroffleers
officers plotted are Vice VIc Ice > president Mrs MrsJ Mrsaltcr MrsJ
J Walter Wal altcr ter Duvall recording r ording secretary
1
Mrs A B Lacey IAi corresponding secre secretary secretary caeretary ¬
tary Mrs D B B Street Str t treasurer Mrs MrsFrank 1nIoFrank MrsFrank
Frank T Israel IsraelMany lsraftany IsraelMany
Many any Interesting ntereMd addresses and bright brightthoughts brilhttboU8hUl brighttitought
thoughts marked the sessions n of the Na National Nattona1 National ¬
tional Association of Local Preachers of ofthe oftM ofthe
the Methodist Episcopal Church which wnichheld whichheld whichheld
held its semicentennial Icentennlal anniversary ry at atthe atthe atthe
the Metropolitan Church from October 11 11to 11to 11to
to IS 1i Monday evening was especially in interesting InteMUR Intereeting ¬
teresting < it being the occasion of the thereception Utereception thereception
reception to the English lah delegate Rev RevS RevS RevS
S S T Sherwood presided The n address of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the evening as delivered by b Rev Henry HenryEmm HoorEmIlMr8On HenryEmmensoit
Emm EmIlMr8On rson of Birmingham England Englandwho Englandwho Englandwho
who came as a delegate from the Wes Westeyan YeaJeyaa WesIeyan
teyan Local Preachers Aid Society This Thissocietys Thla8OCIets Thissocietys
societys aim aim he explained is to help helpaueiaUJ
financially aueiaUJ any 11Y local preacher PfNcb r who by byreason byreason byreason
reason of age or poor health 1HIa1th Is forced to toatop toatop tostop
atop work and stand stands in need of assist assistance assistalice t tR ¬
alice Her R Mr Emmerson Mn paid an elo eloquent eloquent olebent ¬ I
quent and glowing JCloI tribute to the noble noblework noblework noblework
work done by the local preachers of Eng ¬
land of whom there are 50000 The local localpreacher Io localpreacher al alpreacber
preacher he said is as old as the priest priesthood prlestboocI priesthood ¬
hood and among amon Englands En nds local preach preachers preachers preachens ¬
ers may be found the most mo t intellectual intellectualand intellectualaad intellectualand
and cultured eultu men as well as farmers and andlaborers andlaborers andlaborere
laborers and between them ar are no class classdistinctions cla88dbtUneUons classdistinctions
distinctions He called attention to the thefact theract thefact
fact that out of the twentyfive Labor Labormembers Labormemben Labormembers
members of the House of Commons Commonseleven Commonseleven
eleven are local preachura There were wereshort wentshort wereshort
short addresses by Rev John Corbett CorbettRev CorbettRev
Rev G W Finlaw Rev Cotton Amy Amyand Amyand Am Amand
and Rev I L E Graham GrahamAt GrahamAt GrahamAt
At the suggestion u NtIon of the pastor Rev RevSamuel R8 R8lunuel Revilisnuel
Samuel M M AJford Grace G Methodist Epte Epteeopal EpIaeopal EplacOpel
eopal Church beginning last Sunday ob obaervcd obeel ohserved
served eel okl home h week Special services serviceswere servIeewere r rwere
were held throughout the week and andwhere andwhere andwhere
where it was possible former pastors pastorswho pastorstho pastorswho
who tho are now stationed elsewhere were wereinvited wereInvited wereinvited
invited to fill the pulpit Old members of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the church and d congregation con egatlon who have haveleft baveJelt haveleft
left the church were hunted up and asked askodto askedto askedto
to be lwnent lwnentAn lwesentAn > resent resentAn
An event of especial e P Cfal importance in inchurch Inchurch Inchurch
church history during the past year was wasthe WII8the wasthe
I
the organization of the Japan Methodist
Church Three churches eburch s at work In Ja Japan Japanthe Japanthe ¬
pan panthe the Methodist Episcopal Epl copa1 Church Chur b
South the Methodist etllOCllat Episcopal Church Churchand Churchand Churchand
and the th Methodist Church of Canada Canadaagreed Canndaagreed Canadaagreed
agreed to unite and form the new de denomination denomination denomination ¬
nomination The first general conference conferenceof conreren conferenceoLthe
of O oLthe the Japan Methodist Church met in inthe Inthe inthe
the chapel chapel of Aoyama College Tokyo
last May lIa under six commissioners repre representing reprospnting ¬
senting tJng the three uniting churches The
Methodist Episcopal Rpl Church was repre represented repreaented repromated ¬
mated by Bishop Earl Cranston and A
B B Leonard the Methodist ethO 1I6t < Episcopal
Church South by Bishop Alpheus W Wit Wilson Wi80n Witnon ¬
son and W R R Lambeth and the Metho ¬
dist Church of Canada by General Super ¬
intendent A Carmen and Alexander Suth Sutherland Sutherland Sutherlawl ¬
erland After the preliminary arrange arrangements arrnngementa arrangements ¬
ments had been decided upon the com committee commlttte cornmittee ¬
mittee on episcopacy recommended the theelection theelfCUon theelection
election of one bishop and on Saturday Saturda
June l Rev Yoitsu Honda was elected to tothat tothat tothat
that omce otIlce The consecration oon ecratlon sermon was
delivered by Bishop Alpheus W Wilson
Bishop Wilson was at one time pastor of
Mount Vernon Place Church this city cityand cityand cityand
and is vice chancellor of the American
University Unnerst The consecration services serviceswere servIceswere serviceswere
were conducted by bj Bishop Bi hop Earl Cranston Cranstonresident Cranstonresident Cranstonresident
resident bishop of the Methodist Episco Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
pal Church in Washington After his hisconsecration hiscpns
consecration cpn cpns ratJon Bishop Honda was formally formallypresented Cormnlbpresented formallypresented
presented to th the conference which hleh he hepresided hepresided liepresided
presided over unul unfit the final adjournment
This was the last act in launching the thensw theng thenew
nsw ng Japan Methodist Church which
en enters enters entens ¬
ters life with a membership of 12000 12000Bishop 12000Bl8hop 12000Bishop
Bishop Honda has the the distinction of be being be beIng belag ¬
ing not only onl the first t Methodist Bishop of ofJapan otJnpan ofJapan
Japan but the first Japanese to be elect elected elected electad ¬
ed to that office by any Christian denom denomination denomInatlon denoinmatSon ¬
matSon Protestant Prote tant or Cithollc ttholic He came cameto cnmcto cameto
to America to fit himself for the ministry ministryand mlnlstnand ministryand
and was educated at Drew Theological
Seminary He has been Identified with withtho wltltho withtile
tho work of the Methodist Episcopal
Church in Japan since 1S72 In 1S80 S90 he hewas hewas hewas
was chosen president of the AngloJapa AngloJapanese ¬
nose College at Aoyama Tokyo whero
he remained until his election to the epis episcopacy episcopacy episcopecy ¬
copacy He is said to possess qualities qualitieswhich qUQUtlesw qualitIeswIch
which w lcb eminently qualify quallt him for the
larger administrative position Intrusted to to111m
him as he is strong conservative firm firmand firmand firmand
and unflinching in the discharge of duties
but but with sympathies wide as humanity
Bishop Honda Hond has been called by a lead
Ing Presbyterian paper the pine tree treeamong trwamong treeamong
among Japanese Christians ChristiansTo
To Commemorate Fountler FounderEvery FountlerEvery FountlerEvery
Every effort is being made to complete completefor completefor I Ifor
for the Little I ttle Church Around the Cor Corner Corner Carnor ¬
ner New York a mortuary chapel in incommemoration incomInemoratlon
commemoration cominemoratlon of o the tenth anniversary anniversaryof
of the death of the congregations found founder found founder founden ¬
er Rev Dr George Hendrlc Houghton HoughtonDr
Dr Hffughton died November 17 1S07 1S07after 1S01after 1St 1Stafter
after fortynine years devoted to the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church which hlch he called eaUedlnt into being
MAKING A PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHow
How L C Weir W cil Effected EffectedJBajes EffectedaJes EficetedB
JBajes B ayes Nomination NominationSTOPPED N NominationSTOPPED 0111illationSTOPPED
STOPPED ELAINE LANDSLIDE LANDSLIDESimple LANDSLIDESlmlle LANDSLIDES
S
Simple Expedient Ibp I1cnt of Cuttonjy Off OffLight onIlght 01 01Ilg1it
Light Suiiply SUI SiiiliI II In Convention Hall HallForced linnIrorcCtI 11811IIorced
Forced Adjournment anil Enalileil EnalileilIlnycM EuuhhdI1Uc Itjiiihle1hayes
hayes I1Uc Dcmornlizictl Dem rnll7lcll InrcuM lfi4rccs to toIte toItelorau He Heform lIeforiii
form for the IGiiNtiliif Fray FrayJMHor ltru ltruKdttor Fraylidliar
JMHor Tk TIM WwMartwi W Wi ± 1 = IlenM IlenMApropos II IIApropoe hluslApropos
Apropos of the th serious rtou illness III of I L > C CWair e eWolr CWoir
Wair president of the Adam Ad Express ExprawCompany Expr ExprComptUty ExpressCompany
Company for r the past p t fourteen years oa1ll I Iam 1am Iam
am reminded of an incident In his hl life lifewhich 1ftwhich lirewhich
which attracted much comment at the thetime th thtime thetime
time time and is part of the political history historyof hltoryof ldetor ldetorof
of the country I was then a young OUn man manand nuutand manand
and so was he and we often ott wont as asdelegates asdelegates i idelegates
delegates from our respective pectl8 counties countSooln countSoolnOhio counti s in inOhio hiOhio
Ohio Republican State conventions He HeWBB Heal111 liewas
was always a leader In Republican coun councils counen cooncite ¬
cite en in Cincinnati and later on in the theState theState theState
State and nation Genial bright brl t and andnot andnot and4 and4not
not an officeholder o or offlceeeeker he hewas hewas hewas
was a man of weight slat in all Republican Republicancouncils ROIMI1 Repubhionacouncils IScan IScancouncll
councils He had the confidence of ofNoyce ofNOYM ofNoycs
Noyce Matthews Hayes I GarfleM Wade Wadeand Wadeand Wadeand
and all ti the e great leaders ia Onto who whoknew whoknew whokne
knew kne him on right t and sailed him by byname brname byname
name nameHe nameHe nameHe
He was a private in the civil war warprivate war warprlnte warprivate <
private alwayi alwaJalater uter on in the great greatparty greetparty t tPfUt
party of his choice His politics was waspatriotism wupatrloUam waspatriotism
patriotism as be understood it It and so a acommon aCOHUon acommon
common bond of sympathy grew up be between be betWHtt betwocit ¬
tween us 1M binding us like brothers to together togother ¬
gether 8 ther In M3 1111 I was a member of the theOhio Ut thOhio
Ohio legislature leplat and often ran down downto downto wa wato
to Cincinnati U and be up to Columbus to toconsult tooot toconsult
consult together about the ao nomination nominationof
of Hayes Ha for the President in which whichour whichour whichour
our views and feelings keyed to the high highest bta1te highcot ¬
est e t pitch of enthusiasm were m tit complete completeaccord COIIIpleteaceord completeaccorti
accord accordI
I in the legislature be la the field aeId left leftnot WlJIOt liltnot
not a stone untamed to bring about the theconsummation UteCOIURIIRMatioft theconsumMation
consummation we so devoutly dewutlwtahed dewutlwtahedne wished wtohedThe wishedThe
The time came about when wtae the Repub Republican It8PUbIIcan RipubIlcan ¬
lican National a1 Convention met in lIIacHall htusicHail Music MusicHall
Hall Hall Cincinnati on a hot day ia June JuaeJIll JuneIslE
JIll There were giants to those days daysThere dayaThere daysThere
There sat t the lordly Conklmg CoakIII the fear fearless fearlIartruft fearless
less Hartraaft the Lb splendid ndId Jewell the thecommonplace thecommo thecommonplace
commo commonplace Iaoe but powerful Cameron CameronMuff aeroabluff cameronbluff
bluff Ben Wade Wilde polished ponh George William WilliamCurtis wlmamCUrtis WilliamCurtis
Curtis poetic M Lowell in his fun lame femethe lameUte tamethe
the fiery Logan Lo the dashing Kilpatrick KilpatrickHhe KllJatricktlM Klipstrkklit
Hhe lit quiet burly Low Wallace oae oaeINt oneIgSdhut onelegged oneleggedbut
but Honhearted Noyes onearmed but hutchivalrous butcW11OU8 butchivalrous
chivalrous Fairchild that Bayard DaTa of the thechivalry tMchtva1ry thechivalry
chivalry of in the tts SO teamed teaa and digni dignified cUpiGen dignifled ¬
fled Gen Cox the towering towert Gerfteld Garfield the thetall tlMtall thetall
tall Long John Wentworta the daunt dauntless clauaJ dauntless ¬
less Devon De and hosts of men 0 like them themwho tbem tbembe themwho
who be made de much of American history and aadthemselves aJWIt andthemselves
themselves t were and forfver t forver er shall be its itscrown I IcroWIt Itscrown
crown jewels jeweteOutlook jeweIOIlt10l1 jewelsOutlook
Outlook Favored lllalne lllalneOur JUnineOur illumeOut
Our little fellow at the start seemed seemedto
to be in the background Sixtyeight Sixtyeightvotes 8txtelPtYOtea tilxtyelghtvotes
votes YOtea including lachacll Ohios Ohlo fortyfour fortyfouran were werenil werenil
nil that Wade v Garfield Sherman Koyea Koyeaand NoJ NoJand Noyssand
and Cox coukl possibly bIJ scrape up upat sad aadat sadat
at the outset Ulet we young fellows ello were weremuch w wmuch weremuch
much discouraged cJMcowag at the reports of our ourelders 011eW ourelders
elders eldersBtatne eW p pBlahss
eWDlabM
Btatne was alt the go The air was wassurcharged wusurcharpd wassurcharged
surcharged with magnetism iaagnet for Blaine BIaIaeHAYes illalneHayes
was hardly considered COMIdend at a first ftrstAnd firstAnd
And so the presentation of candidates eaudldAt on onthe OAthe onthe
the second da dU began H aawlaat what kwg kwgspeeches c cspe 1uIgspeeches
speeches spe We of the little hand of Hayes Hayesmen Hayeemelt Hayesmen
men sat impatiently Iapatl DtJy while Brereton Conk Conkling Conklin ConkIlog
ling lin Hartranft and Morton were pre presented preHIIted proseated ¬
seated by th their ir r respective rea l1ve chosen ora orators oraton eratons ¬
ton while the great hail rang with withcheers o1the withcheers
cheers e NJ for each candidate presented The Thetime Thetime Thetime
time dragged on OR but our boys were vigi vigilant YIgiIant vigilent ¬
lent Those Tb were oldfashioned days dayswith da7a11th dayswith
with clumsy gas contrivances to light lightthe lightthe < ht htthe
the ball at night Luck favored ta us at atlast atIat atlast
last last for it t wa was a well on toward sundown sundownwhen 81ID ouMn sundownwhen
when Mn a a man came quietly q letly forward and andsimply andImplr andsimply
simply > naming Blaine set the e house In Ina Inroar ina
a roar of cheers Oho That suited us usand usand usand
and we Joined jotn In the clamor and kept it itup Itup itup
up to kill time We W r5 did 4 not know k O who whothe whothe whothe
the orator was s but h 1M was Sa a a wonder wonderWe woad woadWe wonderWe
We had never heard of him before no nobody nobody nobody ¬
body seemed ecI to know him but t as he heswept 1Mswept is isswept
swept on rolling out his magnificent magnificentperiods maKDlftceutperiods magnificentperiods
periods about the plumed knight we were werefairly werefairly werefairiy
fairly stampeded and beaten out out and andsunk andsank 00 00Slm
Slm sunk Into despondency eRCY All needed was wasa wsa wasa
a vote when Ingersoll I n f8011 closed in a shower showerof sbowerof showerof
of oratorical fireworks I never saw sun surpassed su supused sunpassed ¬
passed but th the cheering cbeert went on and on onand onaDd onand
and we helped it on to kill time t The Theonly Tbeonly Theonly
only chance was s to put off o that fatal fatalvcte fatalvet fatalvcte
vcte vet
Cheers to Prevent Vote VoteDarkness YoteDarknea VoteDarkness
Darkness settled > thick over the hall as asIngersoll asIngersoll asIngersoll
Ingersoll sat down but the Blaine men menkept menkept mastkept
kept on cheering stamping the he floor floorthrowing floorthro1ng floorthrowing
throwing up hats canes and handker handkerchiefs haD haadkerchiefs ker kerchl ¬
chiefs chl ts and some fellow with 1tb a horse horseflddle honlefiddle horsefiddle
fiddle raised pandemonium in the gallery galleryWe galleryWe
We 1 e helped keep ke p up the racket rackt > t and 1Id our ouronly ouron ouronly
only on fear was that it might cease a a bal ballot bltlJot hallot ¬
lot be taken and Blaine nominated nominatedsure nomlnatedsure nominateda nominatedasure
sure thing then But s 5top 4o top Early Ear Jn In Ingersolls IngersoUs Ingersoits
gersolls speech Louis Lou Weir went around aroundthrough aroundthrouh aroundthrough
through the Ohio crowd sitting In the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of the hall and gave us our cue cueto cO cOto cueto
to prolong Ingersolls presentation till tilldark tilldark tilldark
dark if possible po by all manner of con confused confused confused ¬
fused noises nol8e8 which hleh were nujsic to the theBlaine theBlaine theElaine
Blaine men menThe menThe menThe
The chairman rapped for order onlercon onlercontuslon orderconfission con confusion ¬
fusion was the only response and more moreand moreand moreand
and more till worn out at length It H Hntlnished i imlnlshed lminished
ntlnished enough enou < h so that a form was wasdimly wasdlmi wasdimly
dimly seen n and a loud voice vot e on the plat platform platform platform ¬
form exclaimed There Is no means to tolight tolight tolight
light this hall I move an adjournment adjournmenttill
till tomorrow at 10 a m and a thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand of us sprang up instantly seconded secondedthe secondedthe secondedthe
the motion and stated back over the theloose the100S6 theloose
loose chairs on a rush for the doors onto ontothe ontothe ontothe
the street and the thing was done and andthe andthe andtho
the day saved for the bewildered and andpanicky andpanicky andpanicky
panicky crowd followed us so all out in a aperfect aperfeot aperfeot
perfeot pandemonium pandemoniumLouis pan pandemoi1umLouis emoqlumLouis
Louis Weir and his hlslRn men had cut oi the thegas thegas tilegas
gas That night we laid the ropes and andnext ROOnext andnext
next day do on tile seventh ballot nominates nominatesHayes nomlnatef1Haes nominatedHayes
Hayes It was Louis Weir who made madeHayes madeHaes madeHayes
Hayes President PresidentWeir PresidentVclr PresidentVe1r
Weir Declines Reward RewardIn RewnrtlIn RewardIn
In the last days da of ofFebnlalj February Gov GovHayes GovHnyes 0evHayes
Hayes bade goodby to the legislature legislatureand legJslRtureand legislatureand
and proceeded to Washington in the clos closing closIng clogIng ¬
ing hours of the count It was a wild wildride wildride wildride
ride and full of hazards but when ne nereadied nerenclJed noreached
readied the capital In a dismal rain Fri Friday Friday Fniday ¬
day morning before his inauguration we wewho wewho weWho
who accompanied him did not fail to see seeLouis 5eeLouis seeLouis
Louis C Weir rclr the happiest t man all the theway theway theway
way through Hayes once Inaugurated InauguratedLouis InaugumteuLouis InauguratedLouis
Louis called to bid him goodby before beforeleaving beforeleavIng beforeleaving
leaving for Cincinnati and in the peas presence preeence peasonce ¬
ence of us s all n he said something like tills tillsto Ullsto thisto
to Louis LouisYou LouisYou LaulsYou
You look around and see if theres theresanything t theresanything eres eresanything
anything you want and you shall have haveit haeIt haveit
it It
itLouis
Louis laughed shook his handsome handsomehead ln handsomeheed me mehood
head and replied repliedNo replieduNo repliedNo
uNo No no I want nothing but my myoId myoIdstand old oldstand oldstand
stand in Cincinnati CincinnatiAnd CIncinnatiAnd CincinnatiAnd
And off ff he went went happy as the day is islong islong Islong
long
PRIVATE DALZBDL DALZBDLNaturally DALZIILLNntural DALZWLNaturally
Naturally Nntural So SoFrom SoFrem Soem
From em Life LifeThats LIfeThats U UThats
Thats a splendlrkphonograph 5plondlJ1 > PbonagnlJh old old man manIt manIt manIt
It reproduces the sound of Roosevelts Rooseveltsvofce Rooseveltsolee Rooseveltsvoice
voice olee better than I ever thought possible possibleWhat postblerhnt possibleWhat
What rhnt make makeWe makeWe maker makerWe
We call It The Taft TaltI
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NOT THE BLUE RIBBON RIBBONTemperance RmBONTCI1l1ernnce RIBBONTeluperallee
Temperance Matron l1utronN Maid how Ilovrover 110 110e however
over e r Followed Instruction InstructionThe haNtrnoUonsTho 1lstruotIousTile
The Temperance Society says 18 Youths YouthsCompanion YoulbsCompanion YouthsCompanion
Companion was to meet that afternoon afternoonairs a1ternoonJtra afternoonMrs
airs Phllpote dressed in a hurry and andcame andeame andcaine
came panting own tal She Sheallort was a ashort ashort
short plump woman womanAddle WomanAMIe womanAddle
Addle run up to r 11 y room and get my myblue myUtt myblue
blue Utt ribbon rosette the temperance temperancebadge temperancehedge 8 8bad
badge bad she directed to her meld I have haveforgotten hayeforotten haveforgotten
forgotten It It You will know it It Addle Addleblue A Addleblue dt dtblue
blue ribbon and gold lettering letteringYasm letteringYazxn tteJ1n tteJ1ny
Yasm y I knows It right t well Addle Addfecould AAIdIecould Addlecould
could not read but she knew Jme a Mew ble rib ribbon rAtboA ribboa ¬
boA with gold lettering when she be saw w it itand itand It Itand
and therefore had no trouble in finding it itand Itand Itand
and fastening ra tenlng It properly on the dr drher reM ot other ofher
her mistress mistressMrs
I
Mrs Phltpots was too nay greeting greetingher greettnlher greetingher
her friends or giving rJh1 close attention aUentlort to tothe tothe tothe
the speakers peak at the meeting to note that thattfcey thattJtey thatthey
they smiled when they shook hands bao with withher witbher withher
her herWhen
When she reached home supper was wasserved w wrvect wasaerved
served rvect so she went directly to the theroom dinIng dtetogrootn dinIngrootsi
room where the other members of the thefamily t1M tefamily
family tam II were seated seatedGracious matedGracious ted tedGradoua
Gracious me mother exclaimed exelah her herson heriIOII herSon
son that blue ribbonhave you been beenwearing bee beewfllnnc beeswearing
wearing that at the temperance meat meatIng meetIn meatlug
lug IngA Inloud
A loud laugh went up on all sides sidesWhy IIkIesWby sidesWhy
Why what te It It Harry asked the thegood thepod thegood
good woman womaH clutching clutch at the ribbon in insurprise lasurprtee insurprise
surprise surpriseWhy surprteeWh7 surpriseWhy
Why mother dear didnt you know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that was the ribbon I won at the show showThe IIbowThe showThe
The gold lettering on the ribbon read rendATLANTA readTLANTA readATLANTA
ATLANTA POULTRY SHOW SHOWFirst SHOWFInK SHOWFirst
First Prize Bantam BantamCONSTITUTION ButamCONSTITUTION BantamCONSTITUTION
CONSTITUTION GOOD ENOUGH ENOUGHAny ENOUGHAn ENOUGILAllY
Any An Change Likely 1lkel to lie Fatal Ie IedlnreM IJedlurtH Doflares
flares Western Paper PaperIt aller allerIt
It is very much to be doubted remarks remarksthe rftnarDtbe remarksthe
the Seattle PostIntelligencer whether whetherany wbetMaany whetherany
any new Constitution would be anything anythinglike anythinglike <
like as a satisfactory an organic ol nlc law as is hithe Isthe
the present one ODe with the hundred and andmore andmere
more yean of court interpretations l tlon8 of ofpractically ofpraetlcaJ1J ofpractically
practically every syllable which bIcIa It con contains COlItal contains ¬
tains tainsThe tal
talTIle
The pressing necessity for any radical radicalchange Jehanp radlefilchange
change to not apparent Indeed there tber8a to toa isa
a fairly large and intelligent element In Inthe Jathe Inthe
the United States at present which whichlidem eon eonstderti emalden
alden the moat dangerous daneiuu tendency t m mmodern ba bamodem Inmodern
modern time times to to ignore or attempt attem to toevade toevade toevade
evade the present conatttutional n Md Uoaal limits limitation ItatIou limitsdons ¬
dons tion which a new convention might bt wipe wipeout wi wioot wipaout
out of existence exi
i 1a 1aI 1aAFFAIRS
I
AFFAIRS IN IRELAND IRELANDBy
By SEUMAS MACMANUS
SpeeW ndsi OMNSaudMM OMNI1I1 sPeelssieSes I Tlt The WMbtagtM gWi Uttmld UttmldMount uJdJlloont Ileusidblount
Mount Charles County Donegal Ireland IrelandThe Irelandrite Irelandrho
The case of Lord Ashtown A and tno tnoblowing tlobIowlq tfleblowing
blowing up of his lodge in County Water Waterford Waterford Waterford
ford is at present p nt occupying oeeup ng every ones onesattention onesattention
attention Notwithstanding Nottb tandlng the reports reportamade r reportsmade por
made upon the subject by the pohce of officer ofleer offleer ¬
leer and a a government expert expertreports expertreportswblch expertreportswhich report reportwhich
which tended to show pretty distinctly distinctlythat distinctlythat
that the blowing bIowln up of this lodge on onthe onthe
the eve of the advent of the evicted ten tenants tenant tenants ¬
ants ant bill in the House H of Lords was ac accomplished accompitHecl accomputed ¬
computed by some me person in and andIonltft be belonging belonging ¬
longing to the lodge Lord Aahtown at atthe attbe atthe
the recent quarter sessions claimed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the district dl compensation eompen Uoll for malicious maliciousdamages maliciousdaMaaa maliciousdamage
damages and the judge who was Jydge JydgeFitzgerald JVdgeII1tzserakl J dge dgeFitzgerald
Fitzgerald after behaving bebaY K in the most mostextraordinary mostextraordInary mostextraordinary
extraordinary manner upon the bench benchsnubbing benehu benchsnubbing
snubbing u blnc the th witnesses tt who appeared appearedagainst appe appearedagainst red redaptn
against t Ashtowns claim severely repri reprimanding reprlJISIUMIlng repriminding ¬
minding the police oflteer who had re reported reported reported ¬
ported unfavorably to his bl lordship and andIn andIn andin
In every way showing the most ralritL ralritLbias rabUibIu rabitlbias
bias awarded Lord Ashtown Aahtowq damages amges ge for foraa forthreeCourt
aa 5 threefourths of the people in Ire Ireland Ire Ireland Ireland ¬
land believe belieYeblowi believeblowing blowing up his hl own lodge lodgeLord lod lodLord lodgeLord
Lord Ashtown is editor ltor of a periodical periodicalcatted periodicalcalled
called Grievances from Ireland Irelanda a pen periodical pertodical ¬
odical which hIeJt hr circulated among the theBritish therftJU theBritish
British rftJU etectonue eIec and which wl ch is made up upof UJ UJol uj ujof
of accounts of 9ot8 outrages committed by bythe bytbe bythe
the wild Irhmrte Irt rle against Protestants and andLoyalists aDdLoyaJtl andLoyalists
Loyalists Hem Is a description de of the theperiodical thepeiloditmi
periodical Grievances from Ireland as astaken astak astaken
taken tak verbatim from fro Willings Press PressGuide PrellGutde PressGuide
Guide GuideAt GutdeAt GuideAt
At the request of an Influential body bodyof bodyol bodyof
of Irishmen IIuII who view with anxiety the thepresent tbepresent thepresent
present position of Protestants and Loy Loyalists Loyalia LayIlata ¬
alists alia Ilata in the aster SlIt Isle ble the Imperial ImperialProtestant hnperlalProteataot imperialProtestant
Protestant Federation has Issued ed a new newmonthly MWIDOftthly newmonthly
monthly magazine entitled Grievances GrlevaneesfIoIn Grievancesfrom Grievancesfroiui
from Ireland The Th magazine aztae deals la ex exclusively ex1ely cxelusively ¬
elusively with the political events which whichare whichare whichare
are transpiring In Ireland through th h the themachinations tilemachtnatJoas themachinations
machinations of the Catholic Association Axtatlonthe Associationthe Associationthe
the United Irish League and other sim similar 91Mtar nbaliar ¬
liar tar organizatIons which h are activelypromodq activelypromoting actively activelypromoting
promoting the boycotting and persecut per cut
HOW TO CATCH A ATHE MAN MANTHE
THE BACHELOR GIRL TELLS OF THE WAYS WAYSOF WAYSOF WAYSOF
OF HER SEX
By HIBMtX UOVIAND nOJ lt0WIADlice D Dner j jHeres
Heres lice an odd case caa remarked the theMere theMen theMere
Mere Man laa laying J1a down to toh his newspaper newspaperand newspaperand
and drawing his h chair into a position JOIIItIoafrom positionfroai j jfrom
from which he could watch the light of ofthe otthe ofthe
the studio fire playing on the Bachelor BachelorGirfs DacbeIoroarr BachelorGins
Gins oarr profile HA A man wants his h mar marriage marrt marnsa ¬
riage rt annulled on the plea that at the thetime thetime theUnss
time it occurred mied l he b was wa under the in influence ID IDheoce Infinance ¬
finance of aa opiate and didnt dldntknow know what whatwas wllatwu whatwas
was happening bappentnaHI ba baL j jI
HI I dont see anything 1UIf odd about that thatreturned tJaat tJaatreturned thatreturned
returned the Bachelor GW Girl nonchalantly nonchalantlyaa
aa she put down her palette and ud1tb brushes brusheswith brusheswith
with 1tb a sigh and reached for t r her fancy fancywork taDeJJtJIL fancywork
work MDo Do the Ute ewer know what wh t to hap happentng uppeIIhc hapr hapf
pentng r
f9 f9I f
61 I suppose not 1IOt agreed gi 1118I the Mere rea Man Manstriking Manstriking
striking a match thoughtfully thoughtfullywouldnt lOW or < It Itwouldut itwouldnt
wouldnt wouldntAnd wouldutAnd wouldntAnd
And arent t they always under the in IBIDenee n nuenee 1 1nance
IDenee nance of oCoC of something when it does doeshappenr doeIhappeD doesbapenr
happenr happeD pursued the Bachelor Dee Girl Girl bold holding boldtit boldlag ¬
tit out her embroidery frame and adprdbl re regarding nogarding ¬
garding < a distorted t orchid with satisfac atWaetkm satlafacThe satisfaction ¬
tion tionThe
The Mere Man glanced at her reproach reproachfully repreaclltuh7 reproachtuhj ¬
fully fullyYou tuh7Y
You Y speak be declared aeeua1 aeeua1U accuaingty accuaingtyaa
U aa if marriage were a thing that merely merelyHappened merelyhappened ety etyJIappened
Happened I thought k was usually pre premeditated preID promeditated ¬
meditated meditatedIt ID ltatecJ ltatecJt
It t to is rejoined the Bachelor Girl Girl tak taking takI inklag ¬
lag I a a stitch decisively decv Iy by y the woman womanbut woaabut wonmabut
but it always just happens to the theTo man manTo manTo
To him hi love to an Incident IncidentAnd laddetatADd incidentAnd
And marriage aa accident Interrupt Interrupted ¬
ed the Mere Man wryly wl1l r I suppose he headded IeacIde4 beadded
added resignedly Its 1t the effect ect of the theinfluence thelDdueoc theInfluence
influence influenceThewhatr InfluenceThewhat Of OfThewlaat
Thewhatr The Bachelor Girl held heldher 1MWbel heldher
her needle pouted In midairOf midairOf midair midairOf
Of love explained the Mere Man Mor Morthe or orthe orthe
the opiate or the woman When a chap chaploses chap1o chaploses
loses his heart heartThat beartThat heartThat
That has nothing to do with his hissnarrying hI hImurytnl hismarrying
marrying ratorted the Bachelor Girl Girlpromptly GirlproMptJy Girlpromptly
promptly Its tl when he b loses his head headthat headthat headthat
that he does that Its It when he isnt isntlooking isntlookln isntlooking
looking lookln and doesnt know whats hat com coming comIn cornlug ¬
lug In and hasnt the least ide Idea id of doing doingsuch doingsuch doingsuch
such a thing t1ln that he carelessly walks walksInto walksInto I IInto
Into the > matrimonial noose and is I tied tlecltor tiedfor I Ifor
for life before he is aware of It A Aman Aman Aman
man in a normal frame of mind will willon willgo j jgo
go on for years ean resisting resistfn the moet moetfascinating moetralKlnat1 mostfascinating
fascinating ralKlnat1 woman on earth or dodg dodging dOdgIng dodglag ¬
ing the girl rl to whom he has lost his hisheart hisheart bInheart
heart and then suddenly in a lit of ofmental Ofutental ofmental
mental abbe aOHraUon rat ton hell turn around arounduHI aroundtnd j jjMil
jMil marry some impossible illl lbl creature creaturewho creatureho creaturewho
who ho will make hint miserable ml erable for the therest tltert therest
rest of his life 1tf lifesimply simply because e she shfhAppened shehappened j jhappened
happened to he l there at the moment momentWhere momentWhf momentWhere
Where Whf > re cried the Mere Ire Man glanc glancing glanelug 1a1lC 1a1lCIng ¬
ing around apprehensively At what whatmbment whatmbmentr whatmbmentr
mbment mbmentThe mbmentr mbmentrThe mbmentrThe
The moment when he has been jolted joltedoff Jolttdoff joltedoff
off his guard returned the Bachelor BachelorGirl BachelorGfrl BachelorGirl
Girl placidly pulling her thread threadthrough threadthrough threadthrough
through the center of the orthW and andjarred andj andjarred
jarred j rred out of the normal when some something omething something ¬
thing bas happened Iappe ecl to turn his histhoughts hllJthoubts histhoughts
thoughts upside lde down and change her herperspective Iterperspecthe herperspective
perspective and lull his hi caution to tosleep tosleep tosleep
sleep and andWhen aOOYhen andWhen
When the opiate has taken effect effectfinished eSleetfinished effectfinished
finished the Mere Man dramatically dramaticallyAnd
And he added with a note of pathos pathosone pathMone pathosone
one of you is always standing s nd1ng by byready byreAdy byready
ready to give us the jolt and to hand handus handus hindus
us the opiate and andYes andYes andYes
Yes agreed the Bachelor Girl un unhesitatingly unhRsftatlngly unhesitatIngly ¬
hesitatingly Its not the woman a aman aman aman
man loves but the one who knows best besthow besth besthOW
how h to put him under the influence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opiate whom he he marries nine times timesout timesout timesout
out of ten Its not the theglrl girl lrl who waits wallamodestly walblmOdgUy waitsmodestly
modestly and patiently for him to come comeariding comeariding comeariding
ariding In but the one who goes out outnd outlnd outUld
lnd nd trips up his horse Its not the thewoman tbewoman thewoman
woman who is suited to him and an < 1 who whoappeals whoappeals whoappeals
appeals to his hi better Judgment and hi hicommon hicommon his hiscommon
common sense and his higher aspira aspirations aplrtlons aspiration ¬
tions tion but the one who makes him himthrow himthrow himthrow
throw judgment to the winds and fling flingcommon nlngcommon lungcommon
common sense out of the tb window and andforget andforget andforget
forget all about his lhchtgher higher aspirations aspirationsand aplraU9nsRncl aspiratipusan1
and responsibilities and monthly ex expenses expenseswho oxpenseewho ¬
penses penseswho who takes him off his guard guardand gitardand guardand
and off his feet at the same moment momentand mom4mtand momentand
and leads him blindfolded to the theHsr tbealtarIt thealtar
altarIt altarItHelp altar Hsr
HsrHelp
Help Help cried the Mere Man Manstarting Mansartin Manstarting
starting sartin to rise from his chair chairThere chairTbere chairThere
There Isnt any help declared the theBachelor theBachelor theBachelorGirl
Bachelor BachelorGirl Girl and there wont be any anyhelp an anhelp anyhelp
help for it so Ion long as men mencontinue continue to tolook tolook tolook
look upon matrimony as something somethingwhich 1IOme somethingwhich blng blngwhich
which must be dodged and avoided and andrun andrun andrun
run away from so long as they wont wontface wonttace wontface
face It calmly and sensibly sensiblyWould sonslblyVlould sensiblyWould
Would you face a street car calmly calmlyand calmlyand calmlyand
and sensibly cried the Mere Man way waving 1vIng wayIng ¬
ing his cigarette excitedly It you stood stoodon stoodOft stoodOst
on the track and saw M it bearing down downupon downupon downupon
upon you Would rouk you face a runaway runawayhorse runawayhorse runawayhorse
horse or an automobile or a cyclone or orRsurpoons orI orft orasurgeons
I
Rsurpoons ft suraoons knife knifecalmly calmly and sensibly sensiblyWould sensiblyWould easlblyWoul6
Would you youNo youI youNo
I No the Bftohelor BnohelorGltl GIrl interrupted the thetirade thel thetirade
l tirade with a laugh uBut But she added addedI
I
its foolish to try to dodge them While Whileyou WbJleyou Whileyou
you are escaping eIIC from a one automobile aa or orone orone orone
one girt there t Is always another antoine autOAlObUe antoinebile automobile ¬
bile or another girl coming the other way wayIts wayIts 3 3It
Its It just aa well ell to pick out the woman womanyoud womanyoud Omanyou
youd you prefer to he married by byOr byIt byItOr byOr
Or the automobile youd JOA 4 prefer to be bekilled beJdUed bekilled
killed by put in the Mere Man bitterly bitterlyOf bttterbOt bitterlyOf
Ot Of course acquiesced the Bachelor BachelorGirL BachelorGirl BachelorGIrL
GirL And then you wont be so sur surprised surprI8etI surjwIaed ¬
prised when it happens nor so utterly utterlyastonished utterlyutoad utterlyastonished
astonished when it to over as the average averageman averageman veragewben
man is when be finds himself going home homeregularly hoRaerepIarI homeregularly
regularly to dinner and walking > the baby babyevery lMtbyeftIT babyevery
every night Its J ts much wiser and more morecomfortable 110ftceaalertaWe morecemfortable
comfortable to be prepared for a seem necessary uecearJer seemsaryer ¬
sary arJer saryer saryerEvIi a aEvil
Evil 1 suggested the Mere Man ZIaa spite spiteEntergency splteI splterpacf spiteLergency
I Lergency
Entergency rpacf corrected the Bachelor BachelorGtri BacbtIorGIrl BachelorGirl
GIrl calmly uBut But But she went ent on a man manwilt manwill n nI
I wilt prepare pr pare for the worst erst in all the great greatemergencies IfellteaNl1eDClea greetemergencies
emergencies of life except matrimony He Hewouldnt HewouWat Hewouldnt
wouldnt think of crossing the ocean oceanwithout oceanwithout
I without selecting selecU a good ship and locaL 1ocat11teprNEMfr locaLlag locating ¬
lag a lifepreserver and learning how to toswim ton11n toswim
swim or of going ptD on a long tailored jour journey jourwithout journy ¬
ney without taking takl out an accident pal policy OI1eJ palIcy ¬
icy or of buying a house without equip equipping equlpptag equipping ¬
ping it with nre fire escapes e PN and patent extin extinguishers exUnguaben extinguishern ¬
guishers or of signing g abuemese a business con contract contract contract ¬
tract without Ithout first making maJd sure that it itwas It1U Itsus
1U was genuine uine and advisable ad Yet hell hellsign heUthe hellsign
sign the marriage JlMrrta e contract without even evenreading evenIt evenreading
reading it over and select ael t a wife as he hewould 1Mtwould hewould
would a buttonhole bouquet simply be because be befaUlie because ¬
cause she to nice to look at and smells smellssweet SOIeItsaw smeltssweet
sweet aw t and nestles gracefully fuUy on his Ilapel coat coatlapel coatlapel
lapel And of course coue Hes always horri horribly horribly horrilily ¬
bly shocked and disappointed if she shedoesnt shedoeMrt shedoeint
doesnt torn out to be en e useful and sat satisfying satIst7iDC sattsCyIug ¬
isfying as a bag of potatoes potatoesYes potatoesYes
001 Yes Yes sighed the theMere Mere Man lIaJi puffing his hiscigarette hiselrarette hiscigarette I
cigarette its the surprise that hurts hurtsIf burtsIt hurtsIf
If we didnt take you off your guard guarddeclared JUIlrddeclared guarddeclared
declared the Bachelor Ba belor Girl waving her herembroidery herfIIIbroidery herembroidery
embroidery frame frame wed ed never get you youon youoa youon
on the marriage register If we didnt didntlull dldntIiail didntlull
Iiail lull you into a hypnotic state wed never neverentice neverelttlee neverentice
entice you into the domestic state The Theonly The0IdJ Theonly
only way to get a husband nowadays is isto Isto isto
to snatch him mm when he isnt t looking Jookto or orsuspecting orSUflleetmg9 orsuspecting
suspecting or W his usual u fighting flghtingThats ftghUagtriIRn fightingtrim
triIRn triIRnThats trim
trimmts
Thats itr It cried imi the Mere Iere Man hastily hastilyIts kaaUl kaaUlIts hastilyIts
Its when a chaps down or ill or upset upsetor upsetor upsetor
or too weak to resist t its when hes Jt s rut suffering rutfaring f ffer1q ¬
faring from sorrow mr IOW or the toothache tootha or orhas orhas orhas
has been thrown ever by another anotherwomaa aootherwoman anotherwoman
woman its It when bE hes bored to death or orin orIu orin
in a lot of trouble that some ordinary ordinarylittle onHnarUttle ordinarylittle
little thing tb comes along aJoa and took looks to him himlike himlike himlike
like an angel aD 1 in disguise and nd he clutches clutchesat
at her as a Q drowning drowot man does at a aspar aeper1t aspar
spar eper1t eper1tAnd
sparAnd
And then the sparring commences commencesfinished CIOmffleftCeSftaIabecI commencesfinished
finished the Bachelor Girl cheerfully cheerfullyBut cMerfuJlyOat cheerfullyBut
But Oat she added selecting ecttac a pallid pur purple purIe perpie ¬
pie thread and carefully 1full aiming it at the theeye tbeeye theeye
eye of her needle ult it R works quite as well wellthe wetltJM wellthe
the other ot r way ay Youre just as easy easI easImean easyImean I Imean
mean susceptible and defenseless dfrensel defenselesswhen defenselesswhenyoure when whenyoure whenyoure
youre up as when l1ftn youre down when whenyoure whenyoure whenyoure
youre happy as when youre miserable miserableWnat mISl8bleWbat miserableWhit
Whit do you mean demanded dema t the theMere tbeMere theMere
Mere Man Ian Does any fellow feUo in a rational rationalstate ratjonalstate rationalstate
state of mind propose proposeOf pro pmposeOf e eOf
Of course not replied the Bachelor
Girl hastily 13ut But many a man has been
irrational enough f to propose to a girl at ata atA ata
a molnent when the work looked Jo ked rosy IOS
because e he bud just come Into a fortune fortuneor
or won on the races or had had just justenough justenough justenough
enough wine to make him happy and andcareless amIea andcareIes
careless ea or was off on a vacation or a ayacht nyacht ayacht
yacht or an ocean steamer stea r with nothing
else to do except forget his cares and andwatch andwatcb andwatch
watch the moonlight on the water And
its their own fault she declared em emroen empltatleaHJ empllatleally
pltatleaHJ llf 71f marriage Is 8 failure If Ifmen Ifmen
men would marry when they tho fall in love
instead of waiting until they fall into a
trap trapIf If they the would marry when they the
ices their hearts instead lnst d of waiting until
they the lose their hands there would be more
I happy marriages marriagesHumph marrlagesHumph marnlagesltumph
Humph grunted the Mere Man uAnd uAndwben And Andwhen Andwhen
when should a a woman marry marrytm please pleaser
When she can retorted the Bachelor
Girl succintly ure If she can surprise the theman tholDan theman
man she sh loves Into marrying her she Is
lucky If she cant eantOe the Bachelor Girl Girlspread Girlspread Girlspread
spread out her hands expressively exprcaivelythere there
is nothing JloEhtng left I tt for her to do but to take takesome takeoHle takesome
some other man manBy man manBy manBy
By strategy or main force or stealth stealthadded stealthaddftl stealthadded
added th Mere Man resentfully resenttnU resenttnUTbe
The Bachelor Girl shrugged her should slioulders shouldens shouldens
ens and put a French knot in the middle middleof middleof middleof
of the orchid with deliberate lIberate care careAnd careAnd careAnti
And to think mused the Mere Man Manafter MilDafter Manafter
after a moment as he lit a fresh cigarette cigarettethat cigarettethat cigarettethat
that we are 8 re simply victims vlctimsspottotj vlctimsspottotjfrom spotted spottedfrom spottedfrom
from the start stattunsuspecUng unsuspecting pray help ¬
less innocent little hittl rabbits rabbitsYou rabbltsYou rabbitsYou
You wouldnt be interrupted the theBachelor theBachelor theBachelor
Bachelor Girl bluntly uif If you didnt con consider consider conalder ¬
sider yourselves so In advance There Is Isa Iga isa
a whole lot In the Christian Science max maxim maC1m maxim ¬
im that you will 111 get just what you ex expect expect oxpect ¬
pect in this world And every man ma ex expects expoets oxpoets ¬
poets to be entrapped Into matrimony matrtmon If Ifyou Ifyou Ifyou
you werent so afraid of marrying the thewoman thowoman thinwoman
woman who frankly wants you OU and loves lovesyon lovesOu lovesyou
yon you wouldnt be so often ensnared ensnaredby onsnaredby ensnaredby
by the woman who wants your income incomea incomad Incomeand
a ad d doesnt love you Ou
Ing Ingpoltey pelicy of the Roman Catholic Chvrefa Wreb
A copy cop of Grievances GzoHva from Ireland I is isregularly Isr Isregularly
regularly r ularly sent every month to each num mp mpb m ¬
her b r of the House of Lords and act tne House Houeeef HfIJ HfIJor Houseof
ef Commons as well as a to the editors of ofevery orever1 Ofevery
every daily clan and pricipal weekly secular dfXularand secularand ular ularand
and religious rel newspapers in the empire
Grievance from rom Ireland appears as the theadvocate theRdvocate theadvocate
advocate of religious r UII liberty for Irish
Protestants Prote talttM and Loyalist in the exercise ex exof exerciseof
i of their just t rights rich as subjects u ta of a Pro Protestant Prott Protestant ¬
testant tt nt King and a Protestant constitu constitution confftJtutton conatltution ¬
tion and with the deterrainalon to make maketheir JDftketheJr maketheir
their grievances and wrongs fully known
to the British public pabllNow publicNow
1 Now after the blowing bIowh up of the Glen Glaaaheiry SIMAbelfT Glenaheiry
aheiry lodge an a article appeared a ed in inAnswers inAn InAnswers
Answers An wers a7 TLndofi London weekly oeId7 with arob k9bably prebably arobably
ably the largest dcndaOoa e ol any in inthe Inthe Inthe
the three kingdoms signed by Lord LordAshtown LonAhton LordAhtown
Ashtown and giving an account t of how howbe bowbe 1mwbe
be to persecuted by the Irish people peopleunder JNIOPifuncleI peopleunder
under the title How Irish Landlords 1AIMIIDrd8Haw IusDo IusDoHave LandlordsHave
Have to Live When Mr Tim Healy Healywas HiMIyVn Heslywas
was croseexamming eroa exa Lord Ashtown at atthe Atthe atthe
the quarter sessions he questioned qut R 11 Mm Mmregarding 1tImrCgft blatregardIng
regarding rCgft rdlns this th article Lord Ashtown A Aubtewnswore Ashtownswore town townswore
swore that he neither wrote rote the article articlenor altleWnor articidnor
nor signed it it He said lei the statement that
he had written it was false and the t1HtI whole
thing tI ng was wa a concoction In reply to the thestatement tbestate thestatement
statement state nt of Lord Ashtowns the editor editorof editoror editorof
of Answers in the following < week k set lie
down In his hi paper per the t following aworn
declaration of one of his staff staffi
i I solemnly affirm that the article articleI articlewhich
I which htch appeared hi Answers nawff8 was dictated dictatedto dIe dIeto
to me by Lord Ashtown at the Boston
Hotel on the evening of Monday onday August
Iff 1 that I told his h lordship that the arti article artiole ¬
cle wa wu for publication in that journal joarM1that journalthat
I that he during the course of the dicta dictation dIeatloo dictaLion ¬
Lion again and again asked me to alter alterthe alterthe alterthe
the language langua where it required verbal verbalalteration verbalalteration al alalteratio
alteration and that be gave me his slg slgI signature g gnature
I nature to append to the article articleThe artldeThe articleThe
The The editor adds TheS The MS bearing
his lordships signature Is now 110 ha my mypossession JIIYn mypossession
possession n Under these tlle8eI ctreumetanees ctreumetaneesI circum tances tancesI
I think it will ill be conceded that in pub publishing JSibUshhsg ¬
lishing biaS the article Answers acted in per perfect perfoot ¬
fect good faith and there so far as I Iam Iam Iam
am concerned the matter ends Yet Yetthto Yetths Yetthis
this same Lori Ashtown btown Is a fair sperm specimen speeSme spermmen ¬
men of the kind of man who rules Ire Irelandand Ire Ireland1MI Irelandmd
landand England too I wonder w hew
long would America stand 114I for this thtoThe U1kThe thisThe
The latest < report report of the general te era1 pris prisons pcWons prisoils ¬
ons board of Ireland very strikingly strikinglyshows strIkglyshows strikinglyshows
shows bow crime te declining in our coca conntry CDUIItr1 cocatry
try The number bet of prisoners committed committedto
to prisons in Ireland during UK was wasM 5 31 31the 31 31d
M and d the daily average number RU f in incustody IneliJtod Incusisdy
custody was XSO Ml a decrease of 1l S3 in inthe Inthe Inthe
the number of commitments and a de decrease tIeerMse doeresse ¬
crease of M in the daily average number numbercompared JnIIIIttereopared numbercompared
compared with the previous prevt u year In 29K 29Kthe 18the i3 i3the
the number of prisoners committed hi hiIreland IaIrelaDd inIreland
Ireland was 31306 M There has been a agradual 8a4lual agradual
gradual annual decline since then UIea until untilthe untilthe dl dlOM
the figures ftgar of last year were reached reachedI reacbedIIaetJe reachedThese
I These were the lowest since 1ICe UK The Theproportion T1aeproporUoIt Theproportion
proportion of prisoners sent to prison on onconviction OfteonYicUon onconviction
conviction for drunkenness to the total totalnumber totalober totalnumber
number of convicted nvktr prisoners s continue continueto eoatIMIHto
to decrease In 1302 19 the proportion was wasi W8about wasabout
i about M per cent in 1906 hI it had fatten to to4J
41 per JK r cent The report records with withsatisfaction withsaU withsatisfaction
satisfaction saU fa tJon a decrease in the number of ofjuveniles oti ofjuvenIlesnamely
i juveniles etfaamely namely printers pr1lf > Mn tinder six sixteen shteea sixteen ¬
teen years of age agocommitted committed mltted to JMiMnthe prIsonthe prison prisonthe
the figures for MM viz 155 1ii h being the thelowest tbeIoWE thelowest
lowest for the past ten years yearsfallowing 1eanFJtIlowtag yearsFollowing
fallowing the lines of the lb SQaete SQaeteknowR sohemeknown strain strainknown
known as the Borstal System System1 a a new newdeparture MWdeparture newdeparture
departure was made In Ireland during the theyear Uteer theyear
year er in the treatment of male convicted convictedcriminal eonyl costvidtedcriminal ted tedcriminal
criminal prisoners prt between etween the ages a of ofsixteen ofsixteen ofsixteen
sixteen and twentyone years with wltIalew a aview a1ew
view of bringing brtn ng special reformatory In Influences 11lJluerues iniluences ¬
fluences to bear on them before they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have become hardened ed in a course of ofcrime ofcrime ofcrime
crime At AtnSeltt present the new treatment Is teapplied Isapplied Isapplied
applied to those male juvenileadults veRlie altl who whoare Voiloare whoare
are sentenced Eeflte to nine months and up upward up upward upward ¬
ward this being beln considered eonWer the shortest sbortaetperiod IJ Orteetperiod shortestperiod
period which will give e the treatment a areasonable areuona areasonable
reasonable reuona le chance of succeeding Such Suchprisoners SuchX Suchprisoners
prisoners X are transferred tranftr rred from the dif different dlCfereat diftenant ¬
tenant prisons pd olU In Ireland to a portion of ofdonate orCIoftmeI ofCloimei
donate Prison on which ha Has been spe spedaliy apeclxiii
daliy set apart and fitted up for their theirreception theirreception theirreception
reception They Tb receive special instruc instruction hMItraeUon hmtrucLion ¬
Lion in useful trades and 1JN1st industries have havephysical AnpIIysteal havephysical
physical drill in addition a to walking waf1 Ag ex exercise exI axercise ¬
ercise receive special attention front the theofficials thelo theomciais
lo officials lcla1s and are allowed a certain amount amountof BlOUntof amountof
of association in a recreation room A APrisoners APriaoners APrisoners
Prisoners Aid Society has been formed formedat
at Cionniel with a view YIe vIet to aaatsttng aaatsttngthese A8IIsdagI aeelsthsgthese
I these prisoners on discharge to obtain obtaina n na
a good start In life life this being an omen essential eentlal omenLiii ¬
tial part of the system and the prisons prisonsboard pricl pnissasbound ns nsI
I board makes special grants of money moneyIn MODeyIII moneyin
In deserving de8f cases to supplement the as assistance asSistanCO ¬
sistance of the aid society societyA
A remarkable monument of o Irish cul culture Cltlture culture ¬
ture In medieval times has just t been beenpublished beenpublisltecl beenpublished
published by the Royal Irish Academy Academythe AeMem AeMemthe Academythe
the astronomical treatise of the Irish Irtehmonk IrlMmonk Irishmonk
monk Dicuil It is edited for the t e first nrsttime irsttime firsttime
time from a single ninth century manu manuscript mannienfpt au aug ¬
script g rlpt in a library In the north of Prance Pranceby Fraaeeby Franceby
by Mr Mario Esposito R who has given givenan sivenan givenan
an account of its contents in the preface prefacewhich prlfiicewhich prefacewhich
which accompanies a omJaJtIs his edition Little Lktieaccording Lktleaccording Littleaccording
according to the editor is known about aboutDicuil aboutDienil Nut NutDleull
Dicuil He lIved about 77 74N o t A D and andcomposed Delcomposed andcomposed
composed his book in France hi IItSKA O4SK O4SKA 14516A
A D when 4ie Ie was teaching in one of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the court schools bools of the King of the theFranks theFranks theFranks
Franks Louis le Deoonnalre to whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he has dedicated d lcatecl the work The treatise treatiseis
is i interesting to historians of astronomy astronomyand astroaomyand astronomyand
and to students of medieval Latinity Latinitybut LAttnt1Ybut LatInItybut
but but of o course course from the scientific point pointof pointof pointof
of view i It does not teach us anything anythingA
A geographical work by the same Dicuil Dicuilis DlcuilIs
is also extant t dant and has been published pubhehedin hed hedIn
in France and Germany A new edition editionte
te 4n n preparation by Mr Espoeito who whoalso wboalso whoalso
also tells us that several other astrono astronomical utrouomiCftl astronomliii ¬
mical works by Irish monks written in inLatin inL1tin InLatin
Latin and not yet published ed are extant extantIn extantn extantin
In n several continental libraries librariesDuring librariesDurlnJ librariesDuring
During the th Young Ireland movement tnoventontof
of the forties a priest who ws was wasnally sig signally dgnally ¬
nally faithful to the people and a to Ire Ireland Ireland Ireland ¬
land one whose memory should be cher cherished clterIshed cherIshed ¬
ished was Father Kenyon Many will willremember willremember wilLremember
remember that it was as he who at a later latercritical latercritical latercritIcal
critical period when other priests had hadrefused badreCused hadrefused
refused to tootflelate officiate at the burial of Tee Terence Teeence Tenence ¬
ence Bellew MacManus lac lanus Father Kenyon Kenyona
a a fine Irishman ever was wa the man boldly boldlyto 4 4to
to step forward and otter his services A Aparagraph Apam Aparagraph
paragraph pam graph throwing striking light upon uponFather uponFather uponFather
Father Kenyons I tnOns dauntless s Irish char character character charactor ¬
acter has been unearthed by some one onefrom 0from onefrom
from a letter written by b Aubrey De Vera Verato Yensto Versto
to Henry lIern Taylor It is dated July 1S47 1S47De 1341De j jDe
De Vere says saysWill sasWlll saysWill
Will you ou liave an incident of our else election eMetlon elsetion ¬
tion A Roman Catholic priest fiercely fiercelybolted fiercelybaited y ybolted
bolted by b the mob because he catted cattedOConnell ealledOConneIl caDedOConnell
OConnell a tyrant and was himself hifM lt a aYoung aYoung a aYoung
Young Irelander had refused all protec protection prot prottfon protection ¬
tion from the police and military say saying sIng sayIng ¬
ing it was better to be torn to pieces than thanlive thanlhe thanlive
live on such conditions As he walked walkedhome walkedhome walkedhome
home alone the crowd divided like the theRed th4tRed theRed
Red Sea as the Prophet passed but butroared butroared butroared
roared at him like the sea on our west western western westera ¬
ern coasts As the waves seemed j just justreedy st stready strood
ready rood to topple down on Ills head he hestopped hestopped hestopped
stopped turned to them them and s MId MIdSInvQJ saidSlaves ld ldSlaves
Slaves you were slaves you are ar and andslaves andslaves andslaves
slaves you 01 will 111 be to the third and andfurth andfurthgeneration fourth fourthgeneration fourthgenerntion
generation of the children who come after afteryou atterOu alteryou
you Ou
youThey They were so much astonished a toos1Iod that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the lot him pass Please to remember rememberadds rem rememberadds fttber fttberad
adds ad e AUbrey De Vere that this Is ISRn ISRnnneodole an anTmaodote anbneodote
Tmaodote in favor of Mr Kenyon and andnot andnot andnot
not against the Irish people and so turn turnIt turnIt turnIt
It to no bad use
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