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SPECIAL AGENCY AGS CY Tribaae Beftjlnff BeftjlnffaicaTO Dn Bsldlngheago lnr lnricalro
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FRIDAY MAY 15 1898 1898Agreements 1 1Areemcnts 10 10Agreements
Agreements Among the States StatesSecretary StatesSecretary SateseerGtary
Secretary Root whose mind is essen essentiaJly Ssentitlly ossentilly
tiaJly constmetlve made a suggestion to tothe tothe tothe
the governors conference that is timely timelyand ttmelyand timolyand
and ftorfcaple wer rkabIe h The Constitution ha h heforbade aid seidforbade aidforbade
forbade agreements agreemen l among amon the States Stateswithout S Stateswtthout tea teawithout
without the th consent t but tl there ere il Is no nolimit no1imlt nolimit
limit to the number of agreements O53flOfltS that thatiriay tatmay thatmay
may be made with the consent of Con Congress Coa8THS ConI ¬
gress TtS5 With respect peet to forestry and andwaterway andwat4UWAy aMatatway
waterway Imrovem Improvements ts it is otten said saidthat Hidthat oatdthat
that the States alone cannot undertake undertakethe undertakethe undertakethe
I the necessary necea ary projects because more morethan morethan merethan
than ONO State stat I Interested For this thisreason thsreason thisreason
reason as 8 m the case of the Appalachian AppalachianI Appalacdanforest Appalachianloteat
I forest crest reserves fe lVOS the Federal government governmentis
is asked to assume the expense e and to toundertake toundertake toundertake
undertake the project p jeet But there is isnothing IIrothln IsrothIn
nothing rothln ra m the way of an agreement agreementamong agreenMntamonr agreementamong
among three or four States Stat by consent consentof conHfttof consentot
of ot Congress C g for the acquisition acful lUon of forest forestreserves terestreservea rNt rNtreservt
reserves > s or for the Improvement of ofwaterways ofwaterways ofwaterways
waterways Such agreements agr eaumts in fact factvould factvould factou1d
vould ou1d prove ideal solutions IOlJtio S of the prob problems problema problerna ¬
lems Involved for they concern only the theStates thetatH theStates
States tatH immediately intoreetod Illtere Wd and not notthe notthe notthe
the whole wh le country save In a remote remotesense remotesense remoteI
I sense As it is the consent of the Bast Bastand Bast1nd Ikstfld
and fld South has to be obtained for projects projectsthat projectsthat psejectsthat
that are demanded in the West and so soon 110n sowith
on n with the result that only after years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of logrolling and fld agitation can anything anythingbe
be accomplished accomplishedYet
Yet y t we do not apprehend any imme immediate Immediate Iminedlate ¬
diate acceptance of Mr Roots Rootstion sugges suggestion sueetion ¬
tion for or the very good reason that Uncle UncleSam UncleSam UncleI
Sam has money to spend and II willing willingtc
tc spend it it The Federal Treasury is the themagnet then1agntt themagnet
magnet that draws the support of Statt Staterights Stattright Stattrights
rights men to plans p1a I for the extension of ofFederal ofF ofFederal
Federal F era1 activity The T e establishment of offorest otfloreat f fforest
forest reserves in the South and in New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England costs money therefore the pee people peepI peepie ¬
pie pI of those regions demand that the theFederal tbeFedel theFederal
Federal government establish eata1 l18h > them tbeml A Arunaj ACiJfl
runaj l CiJfl iJ n connecting C the waters t of one State Statewith Statewith Stat StatL
L with those of another costs co ts money moneytherefore MODetherefore moneytherefore
therefore the roople of those two States Statesdemand Stat StatdemMnd Stteademand
demand chat the Federal government governmentconstruct gOvernmentconstruct overnment overnmentcnstTUCt
construct the ud canal As A Mr Ir Tawney Jtas Jtassaid Jsassaid Mssaid
said When there is a demand either eitherfrom eIUIerfrom eitherfrom
from the poople or from the States for forthe forthe forthe
the authorisation of a new Federal F et1 serv service MYk seYI ¬
ice k and an a appropriation from the Fed Federal Federal Fedcml ¬
eral Treasury to pay for the same me there therewill tb therewill re rewill
will almost always al be found In both bothHousrs bothHos bothHouses
Houses of Con Congress a majority cont1MNled
of f men of all parties and nd from all U soc socticns ac act eecticns
ticns t icns of the country < who do not even evenpause evenpa evenpause
pause pa use to inquire whether the pro propoeed prop proposed
posed p authorization and expenditure falls fallswithir ta118withl thiSwithir
withir withl the legitimate 1 ltimate function of the theFederal tbeF theFederal
Federal F ral government Their own concern concernIs
Is h whether the revenues will be equal to tothe tothe tothe
the consequent increased Inc appropriations appropriationsand ppropriatiOMand
and even this consideration con8lderaUoabas has but little littleweight littleweish littleweight
weight t especially W their State Cte or any anyof anyof anyof
of theIr people are to be the bened beneAelaneii beneclarleg benedciaries
ciaries ciariesThus elaneiiTints clarlegThus
Thus we are not likely Hleel to see seeagreements many manyagreements JMft7lilr
agreements lilr ments among States for the com common cemmon coinmon ¬
mon prosecution of enterprises that In Involve bi bivolve InVolvo ¬
volve heavy expenditure when wh that ex expenditure expenditure cxpenditure ¬
penditure can be saddled dcJW upon a witling witlingand s 11I1qand Ithng Ithngand
and receptive general government The Themoney Themo Themoney
money mo expended d by the Federal F eraI govern government IOftrnmentl governmeet ¬
meet mentl is raised 1Md by indirect taxation taxationwhereas taxationwhereu taxationwhereas
whereas that expended e pendecl by the States is israised Isral3ed Israised
raised by direct taxation as a Mr Tawney Tawneypoints Tawnt7points Tawneypoints
points outn out an additional reason why hy it is isdifficult IsdfflcIlt Isdfficult
difficult to get the States 5tt to enter on In Internal Internal Internal ¬
ternal improvements which their people peoplehave peoplehave people3ave
have been taught llt to regard a as proper properobjects properobjeeta properobjects
objects of Federal expenditure expenditureWhile ependitnreWhile xpeHl tte tteW
While W IIe the governors are away is the thetime tbetime thetime
time for the lieutenant governors to toPlay toplay toplay
More Naval Elimination EliminationArrftagonienU EllmlnatlnnrrtUlPDats EliminationArrangements
Arrangements are being made it is an announced announced announcid ¬
nounced at the Navy Department Dpartm t for the theselection theJeettmt theselection
selection Jeettmt of the board of rear admirals of oftho oCth ofthe
the th United States Stat navy who shall ball select selectout seleetout selectout
out th the B officers of the commissioned commissionedgrades oommla oommiasionedgrades loned lonedgrad
grades grad who lire regarded for one en or r an another tncther n nother ¬
other reason as unflt for active service serviceThis aervieeThSa serviceThis
This te the same me process of elimination eliminationas I Ias
as an aid to promotion which was adopt adopted adepted dopt dopteel ¬
ed last year and nd d which resulted after afterstarchamber afterstarchamber her herstarchamber
starchamber sessions in transferring trtU atrrlQ to tothe tothe tothe
the retired list st officers fflcers s who never knew knewwhy knewwb knewwhy
why wb they were selected for this thl banish banishment anlsbment tanisbinsnt ¬
ment in advance of their retiring age ageand 8teaftd ageand
and who wore re never lver given an opportunity opportunityto
to defend thcmodvM against the severe severejudgment severejudgment I Ijudgment
judgment whjch led to this th drastic rid riddance Tkldance riddance ¬
dance of them tiN This Th1 method method of helping helpingpromotions helpingprooUo helpingproraotjon
promotions tr in n th the naval service is perni pernicious pernIcious perniclous ¬
cious It is founded on principles which whichare whlcbare Whichare
are demoraftrfng demoraJlI hll as any one must realize realisewho realiAwho realizewho
who observes obleM the anxi anxiety ty with tth which the therecommendations therecommpdateis
recommendations of the weadtngout weadtngoutboard weedtnoutboard weedingoutboard
board are awaited Promotion gained by bynaval bynaval bynaval
naval officers who survive this obliterat obliterating obUteratIng obliterattog ¬
ing scrutiny of their seniors Dlors Us a sort of ofadvantage ofadvantage ofadvantage
advantage which is far from the occasion occasionof
of celebration It constitutes a a form rormof rormofrellet of ofrelief ofraltef
relief which has all the marks of Injus Injustice InJustice Injusttee ¬
tice and hardship and zi d invites the upper opportunity OPDGrtunlt uppertunlty ¬
tunity tunlt of positive cruelty by personal personalwhims Pt11IOnalwhims personalwhims
whims and professional prejudices prejudicesDoubtless prfJudleesDoubt18MJ prejudicesDoubtless
Doubtless the navy is or will shortly shortlybe shorU1b
be b in need of some protection against againststagnation againstatagnetlon t t8tacaatJOII
stagnation but it ought to be accom accomplished aeeom1 aeeom1pltllhed aecompushed ¬
pushed by some other means m 11f than that thatwhich thatwhich 1 1whIch
which punishes officers who have done donenothing donenothing donenothing
nothing to deserve the disgrace of elimi elimination e41m1nation Iml Imlnation ¬
nation in this way and who at least leastought l leastought a t tought
ought to have the opportunity to be beheard bebearo beheard
heard heardFme heardFame
Fame walks right tip p and slaps sla S a man manon manOft manon
on tt Ute e back whan wl w1 en i he starts to playing playingbaseball playlngbasU playIngbaseball
baseball says the Birmingham Age AgeHerald AgeHeraJd AgoHerld
Herald Perhaps Pm when he starts to toplaying topla1ng toplaying
playing It he flcvsnj make m ke mighty mightygood mlihtgood mightygood
good however the slap Hi apt to be bechanged bechaag bechanged
changed chaag d speedily to a kick kickThe kickThe kick1qte
The mX rn mvf trdent admirers of theama theameng the theamazing
ama amazing Richmond ball team are alread alreadtn1ttg alreadtrying already alreadytrying
trying to decide just where we sheA sheAhnw shail shailhRi batn batnhiit18
hiit18 hRi the pennant says the Times Tlm 3 3i
Dlspatoh DJ toh of o that city To be b perfectly perfectlysafe perfeotlsafe r tl tlsaCt
safe suppose you oU deolds l1Idi to hang it in inyour Inyour Inyour
your mind windIf mindIf mIndIf
If Roosevelt Should Be Called CalledH Celledsit
sit H Oregon sad a d a w 1dlcItItt e t t wstr DWlbet fIf f oth atIMr Suites SuitesepBHMRd Statesj Statescqmoand
epBHMRd Wm ReeftCTtlt n n1t to sere hi his coantry an anotlMr an anoUttr anotII
otlMr otII lost yeafe fee awt ebey r CIf r be w oeekleed 4deied by byute bJt hiibo
ute Front ani h aH future hIre g StmU gsardlsIsS a roli9i s t qonuapU qonuapUMB QO5UPt1bis pU pUbIe
MB and Mtth COW awl a ti tttr H Iter r to Ms seen MSBtry otrr seentry
try The TIIeJOei Tb powlWKy WItty el f ah n t action on M kkpaet part H Hnet IInet Isnet
net only atari but uteotaicif Iwsaaeelmbte IwsaaeelmbteUoa btOOlleehableUOil IeoeeeeiiabieIjon
Uoa JKatfcaB Beanie Jr JrThis JrThiS JrThLS
This Is a strong statement from the thftOregon U UOrosonSonatora theOregon
Oregon OrosonSonatora Sana Sotwtora tor a presentation of tho thonase thoralO thea2o
nase a2o in words unduly harsh perhaps but butclear butclear butclear
clear enough that all Il may understand understandThe undert1U1dTbe undertandThe
The country wants wnn and needs Boom Roosovalts Roosevelts Boomvolts
volts nomination tho Senator asserts assertsAs i assortsAs erts ertsAs
As an Individual he may say that he hewould hewoukl howould
would not accept if nominated but the thesovereignty thesoverolgnty thesovereignty
sovereignty of the nation and of the theState theState I IState
State is infinite Inftnltei greater tbanh6 than ha In Inother Inother I Iother
other words woras1t it is net for f r Roosevelt but butfor buttor butfor
for the country to say whether wh th8r he shall shallcontinue shallcontinue i iconUnu
I ISenator
continue to serve serveSenator setYeSenator rve
Senator Bourne persistently and con consistently consistentl1 conzlstently ¬
sistently has urged the renomfnatlon of ofRoosevelt ofROOHvelt ofRoosevelt
Roosevelt over since slnc he came into public publiclife p publiclife bUc i iute
life ute and he glve glv a a flne exhibition of the thefaith thefaith
faith and the courage c o urage in him In the met message mltssage metsage ¬
sage he sent to the Oregon Republican Republicanconvention Repu R9pUbliC1convention Ue n 1 1convention
convention A product of the direct pri primary ptImary ¬ i imary
mary system he may fairly be presumed presumedto i ito
to represent reprete t the masses es of the people poopl of ofhis ofhis i iIds
his State and his statement that S0p SO S0per S0pereent per r rcent I Ient
cent ent of thorn favor Roosevelt doubtless is isfree Isfr
free fr from exaggeration Indeed Ind d the truth truthwould truthould truthwould
would ould not b bl stretched if the tb same sam state statement statemont ¬
ment wore applied to most other sections sectionsof
of the Union The man who is not alive aliveto a11v8to aliveto
to this fact is not in touch with the sen sentiment senUment sontiment ¬
timent of the land landWhatever landWhatever i iWtt
Whatever Wtt fr the outcome of tho Chicago Chicagoconvention Chl ChicagoconventIon tso tsoconvention
convention may be beaqd and it will be b Taft Taftor Tattar Taftor
or Roosevelt unqueetldnably unqu06thSnabltht the Oregon Oregonstatesman OrolOJstatesman Orogostatesman
statesman hasexpresaa4the has express expresEedthe th prasentview prasentviewof present view viewDC vIewof
of many party men the country oounto ovw and an4many aOOy andmany
many y who are am not party p rty men as well wallThat wellThat wellThat
That summer doth approach stealthily stealthilyte
te evidenced In a story 0r7 from Ohio Okl con concerning C eoncitsing n neerIg ¬
cerning hailstones from one to two twoinches twoInchn twoinches
inches in diameter dlamoterAvaunc diameterAvaunt diameterAvaun
Avaunc Brownsville
It seems too good to be true Browns Brownsvftle BrOWRSvMle Brownsvifle
vftle pestiferous worrisome longdrawn longdrawnout longdrfLwnout
out out twosWedthere t will i be > e nothing nothingdoing noUtngdoing nothingdoing
doing for Brownsville until next Decem December DecemHr Decemher ¬
her at least leastWe leastW8 leastVe
We Ve believe everybody can get along alongvery alOllgvery alongvery
very well for awhile now without any anyBrownsville anyBrowntlvm anyBrownsville
Brownsville arguments or r disputes to tefret tofret tofret
fret their patience or vex their souls If Ifthere nthert Ifthere
there remains anything unsaid pro or con conwe OOBwe conwe
we really think the average American AmericanciUaen AmerkSntlttan MnericaitelUseit
ciUaen would much prefer not to bear It ItNot It ItNot ItNot
Not now n at any rate After awhile awhileaway awhile awhileawa7 awhileaway
away oil yonder somewhere In the In Indefinite Indeftnlte Indefinite ¬
definite distance mayhap mayhapsome some one may maybob maybob maybob
bob up who wants to hear the story UN all allover allonr allover
over again but we dont believe the theraking theraktDI theraking
raking of the country with a a fine tooth toothcomb teothcomb tothcomb
comb would disclose any such person personat 1erlOnat personat
at large at the present moment Indeed Indeedwe Indefdwe Indeedwe
we believe the party with a determine determination deterndMtlon determinetlon ¬
tlon or desire even to mention the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject after what occurred in the Senate Senateon Se1 Senateon te teon
on Wednesday would be adjudged a more moreundesirable moreundM4ab1e moreundesirable
undesirable citizen than the rankest base baseball beaeball basebail ¬
ball umpire could ever hope hop to toIndceatall7 be beIncidentally beIncjdentally
Incidentally everything at all Browne Brownevtllesque BIOWM1lle1Jque Browns1flesque
vtllesque goes over to that t that at delightful time timein tJmeIn timeIn
in Republican philosophy after the elec election el else elsetion e e1on ¬
tion 1on when life is to be one grand grandsweet gnndeet grandsweet
sweet eet song a ng of happiness and content contentand conttIU1d contentand
and no blessing blu In heseeehed is to be denied deniedthe deniedtbe deniedthe
the humblest m ht the land There is to tobe tobe tobe
be be for the present pre nt no mere ot scratching scratchingOC
OC eyts no puIHvg ef noses n no un unseemly Uftseeml7wrangUBg usseemly ¬
seemly seeml7wrangUBg wrangling J a to tie Influlgtd l dulgd in inno Inno Inno
no soiled linen washed All Is to he hemerry 1MIDftT Is Ismerry
merry as a wedding bell beUunUI entH after the theelection tMeIKtkNI bs bselection
election electionThere eIKtkNIThere electionThere
There never before was a a politician so sowire iO11fe sowise
wire in this libertyloving nation as fe
the Republican party part when election day oaydraws daydraws 7 7draws
draws near the scattered hosts unvarying unvaryingly ¬
ly rally to the nag a and every erstwhile erstwhilewanderer erstwhilewaaderer erstwhilewanderer
wanderer sniffs for victory with a sniff sniffthafwill atatbat111 saWthtwIIL
thafwill not be denied Standpatters and andnonsiandpattars MCIJtOIUIlaDttpatters andnonotandpatterz
nonsiandpattars BrownsvUlians Brow SrJl1la s and non nonBrownsvilHans nonBrown1a nonBrownivilhlans
BrownsvilHans raottoers and nonmotto nonmottoera DOnmottoerB nonmottoore
era big bI navyites and little lit a navyitea navrtttt navrttttmaku navyftenttmakes it itmakes
makes no difference dlffer the latehstring latehstringhangs ltch6trlng1sa lslcherlnghangs
hangs outside and as long as a the th light lightholdS lightholds i iholds
holds out to burn Ute vilest sinner may mayreturn IJULYreturfto qiayreturn
return returnWRI returftoVBI returnwilt
wilt VBI the tb Democrats ever ar leant any anything aayt anything ¬
t thing from this loRgeontimiad perform performance performance performance ¬
ance of the Republicans Probably not notFrance not notFranoe notFranc
France is said Id to be anxious for Venezu Venezuela Venezuela Vonezuela ¬
ela to have bav a licking All right let letFrance letFraftee letFrance
France administer nlst8r it it This country is on onsuch onsueh onsuch
such good terms with everything else elsedown elsedoWII elsedown
down that way just now that it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldhe
be sorry to have the job on its hands handsDr handsDr handsDr
Dr Bristol B lstol Should Be Made Bishop BishopRev BishopRev BishopRev
Rev Dr Frank M Bristol l pastor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Bpl EpiscopalChurch eopal eopalChtlreft
Church of Washington D C Co should be beone beone beone
one of the new ne bishops bl bop to be elected by bythe bythe bythe
the Quadrennial Qdadr rrtal Conference Coneron of the Moth Methodist MeUtocJlst Moth041st ¬
odist Episcopal Church now in session at atBaltimore atEalUmore atBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreOne EalUmoreOna BaltimoreOne
One of the ablest men in the th Methodist MethodistConference MethodistConference MethodistConference
Conference he has filled the most im important hnportaDt hapottaut ¬
portant pulpits of that church He had hadfiftythree badfttylhree heatliftythree
fiftythree votes In the General Ge eral Confer Conference Conferenee Conference ¬
ence four years ago ao ainc since which time timeho tlmeho timehe
ho has filled the pulpit of the Metropoli Metropolitan UetropoUtan ¬
tan Church in so masterful a a way ay that he hehas bebas hehas
has given himself a national reputation reputationPresident reputattonPrNtdent reputationPresident
President McKinley was a member of ofthis oCthll ofthis
this church and had a moat exalted exaltedopinion e exeitedopinion < alted altedopinion
opinion of Dr Bristols saintly saintl character characterand char characterand cter cterud
and rare ability He came to the Metro Metropolitan Metropolitan Metropoiltan ¬
politan Church because it was agreed agreedthat areedtJlat agreedthat
that he was tho best qualified for this im important Important importent ¬
portant pastorate and in coming he sur surrendered surrendered stirrendered ¬
rendered a very lucrative salary at atEvxnston atEftpton atEvanston
Evanston Ill after having filled for foryears foryean foryears
years some of the most mostlmpOl11It important pulpits pulpitsin
in Chicago CklcalQTrlnfty Trinity and Grace GraceHe GraoeHe GraceHe
He has done a wonderful work in inWashington InWuhlngton inWashington
Washington and satisfied the most critical criticalof criticalor criticalof
of hit cosmopolitan congregation and an nd is isentitled faentltledto j jentitles
entitled entltledto tO o the recognition n now suggested suggestedHe SUgQSteclI suggestedHe
He is one of the most scholarly soh tarl and anddevout anddevout anddevout
I devout men in tile ministry and andcou1d andcou1dfill could couldfill coulddli
fill the position of bishop with eminent eminentcredit omlnentI eminentcredit
I credit and profit proftt U 0 > Episcopal Moth Methodism Mothodlsm Mothodism ¬
odism odismNow odlsmNow odismNow
Now that the Republicans RpubU s have suc succeeded sue suece asicceeded ¬
ceeded ce ded in relegating reieptI Brownsville to the therear therar therear
rear until after Usa election oI MIett we sup supposa S1Jppue slippolo
polo the Democrats will celebrate It by bygetting brgettlag bygetting
getting up a s big family tow fowThis towTk towThis
This Tk year will alee a o go down in history a aone as asone asone
one In which an unusually large num number numbttr numher ¬
her of prominent gentlemen gentli 16ft declined declinedrtdential
Prde Presidential rtdential tia1 nominations never offered offeredthem ofteredtbem offeredFor
them themFor tbemFer
For the first time in history hl iolY the peach peachcrop peachcrop poachcrop
crop is scheduled to die a natural nature death deathon deathon deathon
on the fruit stands in the thefreezers icecream icecreamfreezers lC6cIltm lC6cIltmfr
freezers fr eu r5 or submerged submerg d in bream cream creamI treamI
I am like the thelallg King Ing says the Presi President President Ptoatdent ¬
dent referring referrln to King Edward This is isapt isapt Isapt
apt to turn Emperor William green with withenvy Withenvy WIthenvy
envy envyNinety envyI envyNinety
I Ninety in the t shtde IIh de for May Ma is goin goinsome going
t isome isomeThe some someThe IO
The Columbia S C baseball team ha haa has hasa
a new pitcher named Salve and of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course now experts to rub it in Is good goodon goodon
on the other clubs in 1 its league leagueOnly leugueOnly
I Only a few days ago the news came camethat camethat 1
that we were to have a bumper wheat wheatt wheato
JroprandYiow 4r drojiMnd tnditOW flow Jew ew York jumps the price priceup priceqp prIceup
up 3 cents can f because the crop Is short shortWhere shortWhero shortWhore
Where do we get off says ys the Indian Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianpolls ¬
apolis polls News Get off otrT We are already alreadyOff atroadyOft alreadyaft
Off We a dont uren ven get a look in any anymore anymore anymore
more moreSenator moreSenator moreSenator
Senator Jeff Davis figures that the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people have been robbed of something somethinglike somethingIIko somethinglike
like 58 no433ecoOIO U413000OOO 483fleo 0OW Quito a tidy sum sumthat sunthat sumthat
that we suppose it Includes that little littlefine littlefine littlefin
fine fin that Mr Rockefeller had so tar farneglected tarneglectod tarnegiected
neglected to pay payNow pa paNow payNow
Now that the th Queen of England has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been roundly hissed for coming Into a atheater athter athter
theater thter during the middle of the first firstact nr firstact t tac
act ac perhaps perba it may become fashionably fashionablyamong ff1shlonabl ff1shlonablamong fashlonabl9among
among the Usmart smart set generally to re reform te teCortn reform ¬
form a a trifle trIll In this regard regardWhen regardWhen regardWhen
When the booze fighters all go one oneway on onway oneway
way there is usually usual something up a atree atrao atree
tree says a the th Cookevillo Tenn Press PressOr Pr PressOr s8 s8Or
Or in a keg or a s barrel or a flask flasks or orsomething orsometblng orsomething
something of the kind kindStill kindSUIl kIndStill
Still even vn though the mayor of TImp TImpson Tlmpson Timpson
son Tex gets only 51 1 a year salary we wehave welave wehave
have no doubt there are a number of ofpeople otP90plo ofpeoplo
people In his town who express them themselves themselves themsolves ¬
selves as willing to take the job for forC8nts forcents 99 99cents
cents centsSo C8ntsS4 centsSo
So far however howo howor r It hasnt bean bl Jl shown shownthat shownthat shownthat
that Mrs Gunnose was as or Is ISffS as the case casemay cas casmay casemay
may be be an original Florodora girl girlThe glrlThe girlThe
The evidence evtdem = c seems to show that at atleast atIe atleutCOl
least Ie leutCOl sL < Col Stewart isnt a mollycoddle mollycoddlesays JT1ol1ycoddlOthe mollycoddlosays
says the Baltimore Sun Perhaps Perl aps he has hasbeen hasbem hasbeen
been located loeated in the undesirable Citizen Citizenclass 1t1zen 1t1zenclass ItIzenclass
class classThe classTho classThe
The Standard OH Company is now re reported reported reported ¬
ported to be b extending tendlng its ramifications ramificationsInto ramificatiOnsInto ramificationsInto
Into Central Africa Carrying the th kero kerosene keroS611e heroSen ¬
sene Sen light into the Dark Continent as asIt LUIt a aIt
It were wreA t tA t1t
1t A Philadelphia somnambulist fell down dowjithe dOWJ1the downthe
the steps without waking recently He Is Isto Isto Isto
to be congratulated congratulatedThe
The true optimist Is the one who ho can canbe canglad canbe
be glad his neighbors falsify his reoqrd reoqrdrather recQrdrather reardrather
rather than th n tell t il the truth about him himIt himIt himIt
It takes a real optimist to plant mintin mint mlnLIn mintin
in Georgia Geor a at this juncture says the theAtlanta thoAtlllnta theAtlanta
Atlanta Journal Journ l Still we believe even a afew nfew afew
few pessimists will take a shot at it
The wife tlfl of the warden of the peni penitentiary renluttary renitantiery ¬
tentiary where Harry Orchard is confined confinedspeaks confinedapeak confinedspeks
speaks of him as the loveliest gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man says the Concord N N H H Moni Monitor Monitor MonttOr ¬
tor In many respects it must be ad admitted admltted admitted ¬
mitted Harry is H beast beautMr btMr beastMr
Mr William Howard H nl Taft Tafi expects to tospend tospend tospend
spend a weekend In Washington pretty prettysoon pretty100ft prettysoon
soon soonInoffensive 100ftInoerenstve soonInoffensive
Inoffensive women weighing within withintwentyfive withintwentyfive Ithln IthlntwentyAve
twentyfive pounds of Mrs Belle Gun Gunness Gunne Gunhem
ness ne and having hair within some seven sevenor seenor sevenor
or nine shades of that ladys are hardly hardlywise hardlyl hardlywise
wise l to travel these days without par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly large and muscular escorts escortsGERMANYS escortsGERMANYS escortsGERMANYS
Have Power of a Drendnnught with vrlthSpeed withSpeed withSpeed
Speed of a Mnnretnnln MnnretnnlnFMM MauretaniaPasse UnnretnnlnPNM
Passe Ute Xr Yat Tribae TribaeWhat TrJ TrJWhat ThhneaWhat
What purport to be authentic details of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new armored cruiser which Germany GermanyIs
Is building are given by the Daily Dall Ex Express ExreSf Express ¬
press reSf of London and if correct tey are arecertainly arecertainly arecertihily
certainly ealeuhxted to command the ear earnest eart earitost ¬
nest t attention of naval powers through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out the world This cruiser which was waslaid waslaMl wasbUd
laid down at Bremen nearly a year ago agoIs agoIs agois
Is as yet unnamed being designated designatedmerely designatedmerely designatedmerely
merely as the p P but Is i understood d to tobe tobe tobe
be only one of a number of r vessels which whichare wblchare whichare
are to be constructed according to the thesan thepia thesan
san > plane planeIn pia pialA plansIn
In sUe tM German ship is by far the thelargest Utakrgut thelargest
largest being Of WfW i tons displacement displacementto
to the InvlncIWes 17310 17 and the Wash Washingtons WuhIngtons Washingtons ¬
ingtons 14JK 1461S The horsepower of the theF theUF theF
UF F will be 44K8 while that of the in invincible InyJnclbla invincible ¬
vincible Is only 4UCO and that of the theWashington theWuhlngton theWashington
Washington Is 36W I0S This power will willdrive willdrive III IIIdrie
drive the German ship twentyfour knots knotsin knotsIn knotsIn
in regular service which is about as fast fastas fastthe
as 5 the Invincible the latter making only onlytwentyfive onbtvatyAve onlytwentylIve
twentyfive knots on her speilal spe Ia1 trial and andprobably andprobabl7 andprobably
probably being beln capable of no more than thantwentyfour thantwnt7tour thantwentyfour
twentyfour In ordinary servIce The Thespeed The8Jt Thespeed
speed of the Ut Washington Is s only twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo
two knots It may be noted in passing passingthat passingthat passingthat
that the F 1 is to be fitted tted with turbines turbinesand turbinesand turbinesand
and with furnaces suited to the use of ofeither oreither ofeither
either coal or oil as fuel In armament armamentthe armam6ntthe armamentthe
the German cruiser rur surpasses the British Britishand BrItishand Britishand
and completely outclasses the American Amarieanfor AmorlMnfor Americanfor
for she has or Is to have a battery of oftwelve oftwelve oftwelve
twelve 11inch guns while the Invincible Invinciblehas Imlnelblehas Invinciblehas
has eight el t 12inch guns and the Washing Washington Washln Washlnton Washington ¬
ton only four 10Inch guns The F is isobviously Isobviously isobvIously
obviously more than three times as strong strongas
as the Washington in heavy hMv firing and andis andIs andIs
is probably probablya a little stronger than the In Invincible Invincible Invincible ¬
vincible for the German 11inch guns are aresaid ansaid aresaid
said to have fully ful1 as great a range and andas andas andas
as great a penetrating power as the 18 18inch Jinch 12Inch
inch guns of the British nvy though thoughtheir thoughtheir thoughtheir
their projectiles each weighs ninety ninetypounds ninetypounds ninetypounds
pounds less The F can fire ten guns gunsin gunsin gunsin
in broadside with a weight olght of metal of of7O
7600 7 7O pounds while klilt the Invincible can fire fireeight fireeI fireeight
eight eI t guns with a weight of only 6808pounds 6808 6800pounds 68Opounds
pounds Moreover the arrangement of ofturrets otturrets ofturrets
turrets on the F 11 is such as to enable enablethe enablethe enablethe
the firing of eight guns with 6080 pounds poundsof
of metal etal straight ahead or astern while whilein whileIn whilein
in such directions the Invincible Invln lble can fire fireonly fireonly fireonly
only six guns with 5100 ICO pounds Finally Finallysince Finallysince Finallysince
since there has been so much talk re recently re recently receutly ¬
cently about armor belts it is to be ob observed obsernd observed ¬
served that the F po carries eight inches inchesto inchesto inchesto
to the Invlncibles In lnclble8 seven sevenHere sevenlItre sevenHere
Here then is a ship which completely completelyoutclasses complotelyoutclaSHI compietelyoutelnesen
outclasses any cruiser in our navy and in inoffensive Inoftenstve inoffensive
offensive power surpasses vany an any of our bat battle battle battie ¬
tle ships save ye only the Delaware and the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North Dakota She Sh will have the fighting fightingstrength fightingstrength fightingstrength
strength of our heaviest battle ships and andtbe andthe andthe
the speed of our swiftest scout cruisers cruisersShe crulsorsShe cruisersShe
She is a Dreadnaught with the th speed pe d of a aMauretania q qMauretanlil i iMauretania
Mauretania MauretaniaMaine Mauretanlillilalne MauretaniaMaines
Maine Maines Champion Forgetter ForgetterFHHB ForgetterPMm ForgetterFtuse
FHHB tb ue Katmtfcee K Journal JournalThe JIMln JoernaLThe L LThe
The most forgetful forgetful man has been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found He H lives in a little town In tho thoupper thoupper theupper
upper part of York County He fell III IIIwith III1th illwith
with 1th symptoms indicating appendicitis appendicitisand nppendlottlsand appendicitisand
and submitted to an operation To their theirgreat theirgreet theirgreat
great surprise and embarrassment the thesurgeons theI thesurgeons
surgeons found that the appendix had al already nlread a aready ¬
read ready been removed The patient afforded affordedtbe atlor affordedthe ed edthe
the necessary explanatlpn when he re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered from the ether by stating staUn that he heremembered heremembered heremembered
remembered then come to think of it itthat Itthat Itthat
that he had been through a similar opera operation operation operation ¬
tion two years ago agoGov agoGov agoCoy
Gov Hughes Duty DutyPram DutyPlaa DutyPius
Pram tft tM Ztw tew ew York Tribune TribuneThe TrlboneTbu TribeneThu
The governors refusal to consider a anomination 11n anomination
nomination n mtnaUon for the Vice Presidency Prasldenc can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be construed as a Qetermlnallon to toretire toretire toretire
retire from public life Undoubtedly he heis heIs heIs
is reluctant to continue In office and de desirous deslrous desitotis ¬
sirous to return to his profession but huthis buthis buthis
his personal preference roference will not be the thecontrolling thecontrom1g thecontrolling
controlling Influence iBfi ne in forming his h de decision decision docislon ¬
cision The governor Is as he likes to tocall tocall tociii
call ciii hms lm hImself lf in the he language of his voca vocation vocalion oen oen11on ¬
lion the attorney attorne for the people and andhe anahe andIt
he It has a profound sense of duty dut to his hisclients hiscUents hisclients
clients The Th case he has undertaken on ontheir O Otheir n ntheir
their behalf bolmlfls Is unfinished unfinishedBlade unfinlsUedIIl1uleln unfinishedMade
Blade IIl1uleln in England EnglandPram EngJmllPnNRth4a EngiarnLPius
Pram PnNRth4a the New ew York JIaH JIaHUnder 1laRUnder MIIItMer
Under the Invasion present and pros prospective prospe prospeetivo ¬
pective pe Uvr of Englishwomen who wear weartitles weart1t1 weartitles
titles t1t1 titles preaoh politics or write books that thatlive thatIhe thatlive
live ajjout about three weeks toe great Amen American Amrlcan Amencan ¬
can nation remains most amazingly amazlngboom amazlngboomI calm calmConcentrated calmConcentrated
I Concentrated If Not Centralized CentralizedFrom CCJltraUzedI CcntrnlizcdFront
From the Baltimore American AmericanWith AntmaallWith AzerhuaWith
With the governors of nearly all the theStates theI theStotea
States In Washington nobody nobod can deny denythat den denythat t tthatgcwernment
I that thatgcwernment government centralization at t least leasttemporarily lcasttcmpJrarUy leasttemprarfiy
temporarily is the order of the day dayq
I see the college boy is bacK with lengthy lengthyfootball lengthYfootball lengthyfootball
football locks locksAnd locksAnd cls clsAnd
And trousers cut with lots of slack and andflaring I andflaring nd ndflaring
flaring purple socks socksHis socksHis aockHis
His dinky cap is next to nil his ties are areloud areloud areloud
loud and gay gayI gayI gayI
I dont approve of him but still I Used Usedto 11sedto ilsedto
to dress that way wayThe WyThe wayThe
The college boy goes down the street streetand utreetand streetand
and mingling with the throngs throngsBestows thron throngsBestows s sBestows
Bestows on us a voqal VQ l treat emitting emittingplaintive e omittIngplaintive n tlng tlngplaintive
plaintive songs songsHe songsHe songsHe
He gives his elsie da yell you with a a will and andmakes nndmakes andmaks
makes a large display displayI dlspl Y YI
I dont ont approve of him but still I r used usedto usedto usedto
to act that way wayMethod woyllethoU wayMethod
Method MethodI
I love my love in the spring time tlroewarbled timewarbled lmewarbled
warbled tho pool poolSo pootSo poolSo
So SoYes SoYf3s SoYes
Yes its cheaper then Oysters Oyzta are areout ureout areout
out or season flowers nowers grow wild and the thetheaters th ththeaters ththeaters
theaters are running runnln popula popular7pnitiod popular7pnitiodstock ri prioojl prioojlBtock rl tr trtocl
stock tocl
Ample Vocabulary VoqnbnlaryIt ornbulnryIt
It It Is Mid that the average man can canget canget canget
get along alDn with 300 words wordsThe w wordsThe rd rdThe
The average New York man can get getalong setalong getalong
along with three Broadway money moneyand moneyr moneyrand moneyand
and fierce fierceA
A Diplomatic Tramp TrampWhy Tramp TrampWhy TrainilWhy
Why dont you u vamoose vamoose7 I said no noAh noAh noAu
Ah Au madam a beautiful womans no noofting noattfng noofting
ofting means yes yesHe yeslie e8 e8lI
He lI got the cold bite for which he was waspleading waspleadlns waspleading
pleading and It was even warmed w rmed over overfor oertor overfor
for him
Explained ExplainedFluffy Expln Expinined ExpininedFluffy ncd ncdFlurry
Fluffy Ruffle RuffleCoughs RUf RUfCGugb8 RutiloCoughs
Coughs and snuffles snutnesIn snufilesIn snufflesIn
In distressing way wayBut wayUnto weyBut
But by thunder thunderTls thunderTis thunderTie
Tie no wonder wonderShe wonderShe wonderShe
She W8JI was quean of May MayA MayA MayA
A Day Dn Dream DreamWhy DrenmWhy DreamWhy
Why that rapt expression oxpr 5slon7 Inquired Inquiredthe Inquiredtho inquiredthe
the first grafter grafterI
I was building a castle oasUew in j the air airanswered airanswered airanswered
answered the second grafter grafterAnd graftorof
And A overcharging oh an all ma material materlal1 materlal ¬
At The < lie Joke Factory FactoryThe Fnc FactoryThe oPT oPTTbe
The editor of a humorous publication publicationhas pubUaatlonhls publicationhas
has Jo o be familiar with all the old jokes jokesTj jokesT
Tj T keep the th people from rompelllling palming off offnew oftnew offnew
new jokes upon him I spoae spoaeFarming spoaeFarming poea2 poea2Farming
Farming literature literatureThat 4iteratureThat UerntnreThat
That tAgricultural Department I aint aintwhat aintwhat aintwhat
what its cracked up to be beWhy beWh beWhy
Why Wh not Peleg PelegI Pe PeI
I wanted a sample prospectus fer en git gittin glttin gittin
tin summer boarders but they had hadnuthln hfldnutbln badnuthln
nuthln of the kind in stock stockJUST stockJUST stockJUST
From tlw derthwl lAMer LwfetOKI LsederOld
Old Story StoryThe StorTThe StoryThe
The heir of o all the years yearsWas yearsWa Qars QarsWa
Was Wa bathed betla in tears tearsHe te teatel teatelHe ra raHe
He had the body of a demigod demigodThe deml demlThe demigodThe
The spirit rtt of a prophet and a kings kingsOwn klDgaOwn kingsOwn
Own power He owned the daisies that thathe tha thahe thatbe
he trod tradAnd trodAnd trodAnd
And breathed the essence of all th thsprings the thesPt1ngs thesprings <
springs springsHte sPt1ngsHis springsHis
His mind lrHI a sagas and his AI throbbtn throbbtnheart t throbbing throbbingheart bblng bblngMart °
heart heartAttuned MartAttunoo heartAttuned
Attuned to a universal harmony harmonyHe bannonyHe harmonyHe
He cast it all aside and sat t apart apartAn apartAn apartAn
An object for a beggars sirmpathy sirmpathyBecause QJllpathyBecaVi8 siinpathyBecaure
Because a thoughtless s heedless heed I ass childish childishmaid childishmaid chlldistmaid
maid maidForgot maidForgot maidForgot
Forgot him h for a moment Just because beeausYouth becauseYout1 becauseYouth
Youth mocked at wisdom ildernIgneraneo ignorance die displayed dlsp1 dieplayed ¬
played playedIts p1 playedIts Y4ld Y4ldIts
Its old oo conteenptor contempt temt for knowledge knewl ge and IU IUlaws Its ItsIllws Itslaws
laws lawsThe
The heir of all the yoars yoarsWas yoamrae oars oarsu
Was rae u bathed in tears tearsSympathy t tenssi tenssiSympathy s sSympntby
Sympathy SympntbyPoor SympathyPoor SympathyPoor
Poor Adam I sighed Me Ntepop NtepopWhy NepopWhy pop popAdaT
Why poor Adam AdaT demanded deM Mrs N NHe NHo NHo
Ho didnt have 118 anybody to whom nom h hcould he heCGuld hecould
could U1I I the t bright things t little Cain Catsaid Cainsaid CainsId
The Iliird iblrd Kind Kindairs IitudMrs KindMrs
Mrs MalapropParttngton MalapropPartingtonMy IalapropPartJ gtoR My husband husbanis husbandIs
is writing a kind of a a poem poemMrs J08IRtrs poemMrs
Mrs trs Feeder FeederWlI1 What kinda lyric lyricMrs lrfeMrs lyricMm
Mrs MP MPNn L1N No its one ef t these t ese long longMrs 10ngMrs longMrs
Mrs Feeder FeederDnuUd FeederDnuUdMrs FeederDramaticMrs Dramatic DramaticMrs
Mrs MP MPNe No Jtsoh I know Epi Epidemic Bpidemlc Epidemic ¬
The Philosopher of Folly FollyA Foll FollA
A single man who Ita has money t tburn to toburn toburn
burn s says ys the Philosopher of Folly Follycan Folbcan Follycan
can find a match almost any place placeRetired pltt placeRetired e eRetired
Retired from Him HimI
If I hear has retired from
Bjone busi business buslness business ¬
ness nessNot
Not exactly exactlyWhat exact1 exact1What exactlyWhat
What do you mean meanThe Blea meanThe 7 7The
The business boat thtnt Mm to it itHlB It ItHI itHIs
HIs HI Withers lthers Were ere Unvrrnnc UnvrrnncScribbs UnvrrnnJSerlbbs hlnvrrungSenlbbs
Scribbs didnt mem to be beat at all sort sortwhen lorewhen sorewhen
when they hissed his opera operaOf operaO operaot
Of O course not not He knew that none 01 01the
the music was bIB hieKoxy bIBBDX hisFoxy
Foxy BDX Boy BoyI
101 I certainly made mad good with Ith that sirlast
last night chuckled Mr Bjames You Yoiknow Youknow Youknow
know Ive been proposing pr proposing poslns to t her one onea
a month for the last two years 0818 I did 1 1again
again yesterday and she was mad Six Sixsaid
said Look here Mr Bjaaies Ive tollyou
you no for the last time So I ake akeword a <
her again and being a woman or
word what could she s say but yes yesRemintHcence Y681 Y681RenllnlHcence yesRentin
RemintHcence RenllnlHcenceThat Rentin RemintHcenceThat macn cc ccThat
That Mr Jenks is an emotional man manisnt manIsnt manisnt
isnt he heWhat heWhat heWhat
What makes you think so soHe soHe 1 1He
He was moved almost to tears who whoI
I played that concerto for or hlmrsaid it re reminded reminded reminded ¬
minded him of his hlsptlst past life lifeOh lifeOh lifeOh
Oh yes 63 he used to be a piano plan tuner tunerA tunerNntlotnl tunerA
A A Xntlounl Movement MovementFrom IUocmentFrom MovenientPreen
From the Ibitadrite llaUadel Pms PmsThe Plft5The PtsosThe
The President In this conference no noonly not notonly not notonly
only brings all the States together bu buunites but butunites butunites
unites parties by making the three prin principal prlnclpal ptlucipal
cipal candidate for the Democratic Pres Presidential PresIdontial Presiclentlal
idential nomination members of the con conference conference conference
ference He has initiated an imposinand
and most wholesome Wh leJllOme movement for tin tinpublic the thepublic thepublic
public goed and the general welfare am amhas and andhas andhas
has studiously stripped it of all section sectionor sectional sectionalor
or partisan color It Is the work of ofman n nman aman
man who thinks nationally That thl thlis this thisIs thisIs <
is an indissoluble union of Indestructible indestructlbliStates IndestructlblStates IndestructibleStates
States does clqes not to his mind create anj anjreason nnyreMon ny nyreason
reason why the Union and the Stitos Stitosshould StJtosfhouldnot tetos tetosshould
should fhouldnot not act together harmoniously harmonlousl for foithe fortho forthe
the common good and especially to con conserve oonsente eonserve ¬
serve the countrys wasting natural re reWhere resources resources
Where here the Joke Hiss HIjtBFera Hlj HljF HissFrees
Frees F UM X v Orleans Th onesDtntClnAL onesDtntClnALThero TimesDemeritTh eD B cnit cnitThere
There Th ro la jsllll jSUlt LIll some doubt as 8 to whether whetherSenator wbetl1erSonatOr whetherSenator
Senator Jeff 5 lr Davis latest Joke is on the thebesotted thobesotted thebesotted
besotted press or the State Stat of Arkan ArkanSnnlloTTcd Ar1 Arkansas an ansas
Swallowed Em WholePmn Whole WholeFwm VJloJeFmn
Fwm thePlflaeeHik the FJlna PalMs LtAw LtAwThe LftIgtISThe LelcrThe
The man who swallowed a a check fp f fpr r
150 must have ve som some personal knowledge knowlodgof knowlQdgeof
of undigested securities securitiesExtensive securlUelExtcnllhc securitiesExtensiVe
Extensive and Inexhaustible InexhaustiblePrwn InexhaustibleFratn
Prwn tte DaUfraoce tltfn1oceNow ion ionNow SosNow
Now let us u hear from the delegate or orMerry on onlferry onMarl
Merry Marl Widow hats as one of our na national n nlIonal naions
tional ions resource resourceWhat resources rlWlOureeaVltnt resourcesWhat
What the Trouble Is IsFrem IsFrom IsPreni
From the Outfeum IIR sews ews and Gfcerler GfcerlerThere OIiftrter OIiftrterThere tur1etThere
There is such a thing as misgovern misgovernment misgovernment misgovernment
ment by injunction
Coming from the First district of the theBay thaBay theBay
Bay State to represent over OV ovu f 200009 000 per persons persons pereons ¬
sons In the House of Representatives Repr s ntaUves is isone Jsone isOtto
one George Pelton Lawrence Lawr nco Republican
of North Adams He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was born in Adams Adamsbefore Adambetore Adamsbefore
before the war but butnot butnot butnot
not very many years yearsbefora YOfirsbefor yearsbefore
before befor that event eventHe eventIE eventRe
IE He graduated Can Centennial C Canteinlal n nt ¬
tennial t nlal year ear from fromibe fromtbe fromthe
the Drury Academy AcademyFour AcademyFour AcademyFour
Four years lator in in18SO In1SSQ
18SO Amherst AmherstCol AmherstColl Col College Co Colege ¬
lege l gQ addod the th name nameof nam namot nameof
of George G e 0 r go e Pelton PeltonLaw PeltonL PeltonLawrnce
Law L Lawrnce a w ranee r Q n c e to its itsalurr itaalull Itsalurt
alurr ni He then thentook thentook thentool
took a course in law lawat lawat lawat
at Columbia Law LawSchool LawSehool LawSchool
School and was ad admitted admlttf admitteci ¬
mitted to the bar in in1SS8
1SS8 1 11 and has since sincehung sincehung Inee Ineehung
hung his shingle out outat outat outat
at North Adams He
T j was appointed Judge jldg81lEl judgelv
tifflBtWMUtK 1lEl lv D lJlKlAflY LAJfSEKC of the District Court Courtof CourtoC Courtof
of Northern Berkshire and after wear woarIng wearing r rIng
Ing the Judicial gown for nine years he heresigned heresigned heresigned
resigned upon being elected to the Mae Massachusetts Musaohueetts Maesnohusetta ¬
sachusetts State Stat senate For three years yearslie yearshe yearslie
lie sat in that body two of them as aspresident asI aspresident
president each time being selected by a aunanimous aI aunahimous
I unanimous vote Mr Lawrence saw sawgreater lawsreater sawgreater
greater glory and greater emoluments in inthe Inthe inthe
the Housje pf Representatives at Wash Washington W Wington Vashington ¬
ington so he went after a seat in that
He got there the first rK time In the Fifty Fiftyfifth lPtttyOCth pittyfifth
fifth Congress and the life has enticed enticedhim enttcdhim enticedhim
him to return up to the present pre at time timeBesides timeBQsldGS timeBesides
Besides his offlct omc room in the Ut new House Houseoffloe Houseomoe Houseoffio
offloe offio building Representative nepr8li Dtat1vc Lawrence Lawrenceis
is permitted to sit at times In the rooms roomsallotted roGJtIB roGJtIBallottOd momsallotted
allotted to Rivers and Harbors and Ex Expenditures Expenditure Expenditurs ¬
penditures in the War arnpartment Department Com Committees Committees Coinmltteos ¬
mittees He is chairman of the latter lattercommittee att attcummlttee lattercommittee
committee committeeThe cummltteeThe
me meThe
The need of a Joker j ker in the Senate was wasshown wumown waseiown
shown plainly during the debate dt ete on the theRaynor thoJtanor theRaynor
Raynor resolution Nearly Nearl every Senator Senatorat
at one time or another yother was wa on his feet feetexpounding feetxpoundlng feetexpounding
expounding the low Vt It needed a a Cush Cushman Cushman CushPlan
man or a Bed Bode tc ttf jump in with a funny funnystory fUnnydory funnystory
story or some wit to enliven the dry dryj drYromarks dryremarks
j remarks Even Little Sunshine Sena Senator Senator Seastor ¬
tor Carter was found wanting and Till Tillman TUIman Tillman
man was absent A want ad has been beenwritten 1HMtnrIUqn beenwrlttqn
written rIUqn and will soon appear in a con conspteuoue COItspleuou conspicuesis
spteuoue place It reads as 5 fallows fallowsWanted rotlowsantedA followsWantedA
Wanted WantedA antedA A humorist for the United UnitedStates UnlleelStates UnitedSttes
States Senate It tont t necessary n for him himto himto himto
to be an adept at law la or even an ora orator orator oretoi ¬
tor The essential qualification to the theability tbeabntt theability
ability abntt to t get in anywhere with lth a funny funnystory fUnDYstory funnystory
story a Joke or any diversion of a a pleas pleasant pleuant pleasant ¬
ant vein He need not be a handsome handsomeman haacIaomeman handsomeman
man or one who dreseec dr IIiJHS faultlessly In Inether Inather InOther
ether words word he must be after the style styleand aQrleand styleand
and character of Francis Cuchman and andJ aJldJ
J 3 Adam Bode of the Howe HoweApply HoueApply HouseApply
Apply to Cot RansdoJl who will try tryout trro tryout
out o t all applicants eod eodlt eodltIt oddtI 2t 2tIt
It looked natural to see Senator Till T1Hman TUIIMn Tillman
man in his accustomed place pi la the Ben Senate SeDato Benate ¬
ate Though he has gone through tbrfU h a asevere IlOre asevere
severe Ore spell of ilineea his face aee appeared appearedfull Appearedtull appearedfull
full and his color good Many times dur during dUrIng durlag ¬
ing the lively debate on the battle ships ahipsthe MiPSthe shipsthe
the Rayner resolution ro and Brownsville Brownsvillethe
the remark wag A heard heardHow h8lUdHo1 heardHow
How I wish Wt Tillman was here so that thathe thathe thathe
he could got in the mixup mixupHe mixupHe mixupHe
He WIlt missed for aside from his hissound ksseund hisseund
seund logic his sarcasm reasm has often oftentinge a atinge atinge
tinge ofthumor of humor that drives away way the theI theusftl thetuna
I usual tuna dignified gitfet oIet ef the t e Senate and andcauses anduses andcauses
causes uses laughter laughterYesterday
S S I IYesterday
Yesterday the scene me of Caettvlty f activity and andcrowded a acrowded amicrowded
crowded galleries ctajtgod eeI Heretofore Heretoforethe HeretotoreUte Heretoforethe
the Senat has been the most Interesting raterestmgbody Int Interestingbody l lbody
body to the visitor and the habitues baOlt of ofthe 0the ofthe
the halls ef Congress Usually there te 18sometJIJng Issomething tesomething
something exciting exeltht and spicy on tap tapthere tapthoro tapthore
there thoro enough at t any rate rate to find filled filledgalleries Ailedgalleries ifiledgalleries
galleries and a large attendance on the thefloor thetkJor thefloor
floor Hot shot has been nred in that thatbody tlMLtb9dr thatbody
body on more than one occasion and andvotes amvotes andv0te
votes v0te have been recorded that will bear beart bfoartrult beerfruit
t fruit both sweet and sour later The Thesessions The50Kkms Thesessions
sessions of the House have been interest interesting mterntIng interestleg ¬
ing occasionally OCOAlIO ltr only Yesterday how however howover howover ¬
over nearly every member was U in hi hiseat hiS hlaseat hiSseat
seat seat and the galleries wore v comfortably comfortablyfilled colRC comfOrtablyfilled rtabl1 rtabl1find
filled filledThe findThe filledThe
The Yreeland currency bill was to come comeup JfteUJ1 posseup
up and the U anticipation of some lively livelytalk IIvfl7tAlk Ilvettytalk
talk was realized The minority leader leaderJohn leaderJonn lenderJohn
John Sharp Williams tired broadsides broadsidesInto broadsidesInto
Into the th machine and the five expert expertmachinists expertehtntts expertn5sehinitL
machinists ehtntts but what did they Ole carethay care caNUIO car carthey
they UIO run that machine and a It has got to togo togo togo
go as they t er direct The Tb stones Mr Will Williams wniR WilllouIs ¬
louIs iR S throws in Its it path are crushed and andthe alMithe andthe
the machine goes on just the same sameThere MUMThere sameS
S S I 5 5There
There may m8 be little UtU in a name Rame if there thereis tlaer tlaerJS thereis
is only one person enjoying the name nameWithin DaMewithin namewithin
Within a given radius so that conflicts conflictsare confilotsaro conflictsare
are unlikely But If the nam name is too toothickly toothickly toothickly
thickly distributed in any locality it may mayhold mayhold mayhold
hold great possibilities of trouble troubleWoodbridge trouBleVoodbrkJge troubleWoodbnldgo
Woodbridge Clapp one of the Senate Senatestenographers SeRatestenographoffs Seentestenographers
stenographers is not related to the th ele elephantine eMphanUne 1 1phantine ¬
phantine Senator from Minnesota ota whose whosename whosename e enamo
name also is Clapp But the gentleman gentlemanwith genUenaDwith gentlenmnwith
with the hardwood name find linda that he is isthe Isthe isthe
the recipient of a voluminous Glumlno mail mall rim rimply amply simply
ply because there is a Senator of the thesame thesarno thesame
same name He gets JNin many letters invi invitations invitations Invitations ¬
tations and packages which are intended intendedfor Intendedfor Intendedfor
for his distinguished contemporary and andmuch udm andmuck
much m k of his time tim is taken up in seeing seeingthat sHingthat seeingthat
that the Senators mall is properly trans transferred traMferred transI ¬
ferred ferredSenator ferredSenator I erred
Senator Benjamin Ryan R n Tiliman look looking lookIng looklug ¬
ing as fresh as a a daisy d Jsy but not moving movingwith movln movlnUh movingwith
with Uh tho same springy step that has h hheretofore hasheretofore haiheretofore
heretofore distinguished him appeared appearedin
in the Senate yesterday yesterda for the first time timesince Umesince timesince
since his recent illness IUne and remained in inhis Inhis Inhis
his chair on the Democratic side fornearly for Cornearly fornearly
nearly two hours He was greeted by a anumber anumber anumber
number of fellowSenators and talked talkedwith tslkedwith talkedwith
with several sev ral of them for some time timeIt U tIneIt e eIt
It was w s Mr Ttllmans last vfeit prior priorto priorto priorto
to his departure for Europe where wherehopes he hehopes hehopes
hopes td wholly recover reco r from his attack attackHis attackHis attackHi
His Hi fellowsolons had quite a bit of fun funwith funwith funwith
with Mr Tillman upon tho supposition suppositionthat suppositiontlla suppositionthat
that he would have to keep quiet during duringhis durlaghis duringhis
his visit Islt to the Senate owing ow to his sup supiposedly auppOSQdb supposodll
iposedly weakened condition But he in informed InfornMd informed ¬
formed them quite forcibly that if he hefound betound hefound
found occasion to have ha anything to say sayhe sa sahe sayhe
he would say sa it with his usual vigor < or and andt andhe andhe
t he looked a Ra if he were fully fill capable ctNlbleof ctNlbleofkeoplng of ofkeeping ofkeeping
keeping his word The occasion however howeverdid howeVfldid howeverdid
did not present Itself ItselfI ltaeltSenator
S CSS CSSSenator
I Senator Flint Flint of California has a com complexion comple cornplexion ¬
plexion ple lon that many man a pretty girl might mightenvy mtslttonv mightenvy
envy onv and his general appearance of vig vigorous vlgorous vigorous ¬
orous health is a matter of frequent com comment comment cornmont ¬
ment His residence in the salubrious salubriousatmosphere saluhrlousatmosphero salubriousatmosphere
atmosphere of California was as put down downas do downas n natho
as atho the cause use of his ruddy rudd appearance and andsturdy andsturd andsturdy
sturdy sturd wellbeing until a few nights ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when n newspaper man who wanted to toask toask toask
ask the Senator a question of more or orless orless orless
less Importance called him up at his hishome hishome hishome
home about 10 oclock oclocki oclockHe oclockHe
i He was informed that the Senator had hadretired hAdroUred hadretired
retired eioreover the information was wasvouchsafed wasvoue1sated wasvouchsafed
vouchsafed that the Senator had retired retiredi retiredat retiredat
i at 9 oclock that he always retired at atthat atUtnt atthat
that hour and that he could not be beawakened beawal beawakeaed
awakened awal < oaed under any circumstances circumstancesSo cht nut nces ncesSo
So now everybody who wants a com complexion eomplextan cornplexion ¬
plexion like the Senator knows how to toachieve tcachieve toachieve
achieve It We Ve shall watch for r a steady steadyfalling strad stradfAmngoft steadyfailing
falling fAmngoft off In the attendance fttt ndanc at dances dancesand dane danennd dancesund
and other late entertainments among amongthe monothe amongthe
the feminine half of Washingtons popu population po popumatlon u ulatlon ¬
lation at least
Shaped by the Ethical Ideal of In International International Inletnational ¬
ternational Friendship FriendshipFrom Fde Fricndshlprem lbblv lbblvFrom
From rem the Boston Herald HeraldSecretary Herald HeraldSecretary iferahiSecretary
Secretary Root like Secretary Hay be before betore betore ¬
tore him rejects the theory that what wh t Is IsIndividual IsIndividual Isindividual
Individual good is national folly It Iffriendship Itlond5hlp Itriendship
friendship lond5hlp is a lofty personal idea It is a aworthy aworthy aworthy
worthy national national ideal If mutual inter interchange Interchange Interchange ¬
change of knowledge aids men so it will willHid willAid willaid
Aid nations Witness the success of the theinterchange theInterchange theInterchange
interchange of teachers between Ger Germany Germany Getmany ¬
many and the United States If fra fraternity fraterntty fraternity ¬
ternity among man within a nation is ispraiseworthy Ispralseworthyso Ispraiseworthy
praiseworthy pralseworthyso so is fraternity among amongraces amongrAces amongraces
races and an among men of many nations nationsIf nationsIf nationsIt
If the tll strong man has a duty to set a awealr aeflk aweak
weak eflk man on his feet to save him from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the spoiler to aid him to selfmain selfmainttnancf selfmalnttnanCr selfmaintonanc
ttnancf and selfassertion so has the thefltrpag thetrpng thetrpng
trpng nation a duty dut toward a weaker weakerone weakerono weakerone
one ono not to absorb It ftbut but to perpetuate perpetuate1L
1L It In short short internationalism as Mr MrHoot MrRoot MrRoot
Root conceives It Is II not fratricide but butfraternity buttmternlv butfraternity
fraternity His policy takes the sting stingout cstJngout stingout
out of Tolstois lash when he says The Thewords Thowords Thewords
words a Christian state resemble the thewords thewords thewords
words hot Ice IceSuch I iceSuch e II IISych
Such sentiments nUments are not only progres progressive progreaIve progre3dye ¬
sive dye Ive but conservative cO solaUe To the masses of ofmen ofmen ofinca
men throughout Europe Eur and this coun country country courttry ¬
try who are taking to internationalism internationalismas
as taught by socialism they show that thatthe thatth thatha
the th ha American republic has its foreign foreignpolicy foreignpolley foreIgnpolicy
policy shaped by a statesman with an anethical anetJlical anethical
ethical ideal no less lofty than their own ownbut ownbut ownbut
but who lIo holds it without ceasing to be berepublican bea bea
a republican and an essential individu individualist fndhldualt61t individuallot ¬
Urged Ur elI as a seeded Supplement to Our i
Federal System SystemPtoa SstcmPn SystemFrom
From the New ew Yk Time TimeThe Tines TinesThe IIJ IIJTM
The house of governors seems to be a aneeded aaee aneeded
needed aee 8d supplement tQ to the Federal and andStale andI andState
I State system It could interfere with the theprerogatives tbeJMB1OgatlvN thepeeregatlves
prerogatives and functions neither of the thegovernment thegovernmnt thegOteroment
government at Washington nor with that thatof tbtof thatof
of the th States The Constitution declare declareJhat deeiaroslJhat declaresjhat
Jhat the th powers not delegated to the theStates theStatu theStates
lJhat States by the Constitution nor prohibit prohibited ¬
ed by it to the States are reserved to the theStates theStates theStates
States respectively or to the people The TheStates TheStates Ih IhStates
States are privileged of course to act actindividually actindividually netIndividually
individually for the regulation of their theirown theirbwn theirbwn
bwn own internal affairs There is no prohibU prohibUlion prohlbltloa prohibitioi
lion upon a voluntary attempt to act by byagreement byagreement byagreement
agreement and understanding for the reg regulation regulation rogstation ¬
ulation of matters of common concern concernIn concernIn concernin
In fact subjects sub ts of legislation seem to be bedivided belYklecl bedivided
divided lYklecl naturally into three classes classesthoae clBSsestho classesthoo
thoae thoo within the power of Congresr Congresrthose Congresethe t tthOH
those the within the power of the States in individually Indlvlduall7 Indivklually ¬
dividually of purely local l concern and andthird andthlnl andthird
third those that Uat while within the power poweicf powerof
cf of C the States States nevertheless are of such a amature aIature aietur
mature ietur as 8 to make it desirable that regis reguI regtlattnr regissting
I sting laws should be uniform throughout throughoutI
I he Union In this sense Mr Jordans JordansI
1 ouse of governors would meet a need for foiwhich torwhich forwhich
which no provision now exists and nd which whiclought whlehought whichought
ought to be met His plan respond per perjfectiy erectly perrectiy >
jfectiy ectly to Mr Roots admonition It Itwould ItI Itwould
would be a protective measure safeguard safeguarding afeguardIng safeguardIng ¬
I ing the rights of the States against th threcent the therecent therecent
recent powerful centralizing tendencies tendenciesand tendenciesancl tendenciesnd
and nd preserving pre ervlng the balance of America AmericaInstitutions Auierlcashestitutlons anerlcaa anerlcaat1tutlofts
Institutions t1tutlofts as they were established by bythe bythe bythe
the founders round en upon a plan so wise and amiprovident andprovident andprovident
provident that t 1 t it is applicable to every everystage everystAge everystag
stage stag of our national na tiGna existence existenceSTRENUOUS exste existenceSTRENUOUS e eSTRElffiOUS
Frank Pr nk Heney IIene a 3Inn Inn After the Pres Presidcntfl PresIdent PresIdents
idcntfl Ident Own Heart Heartnw HenrtFNM HeartPius
Pius nw St Louis PJtrD leitDifltAleIa leitDifltAleIaTIle PiatDipaehThe p tea teaThe
The President picked what is popularly popularlycalled popularlycalled popularlycelled
called I a live one when hen he selected selecteeFrank selectedPrank selectedFrank
Frank Honey to prosecute the Oregon Oregonland OregonlaRd Oregonland
land frauds and later recommended him himas himI hintss
as the man to get after the ha San Fran Franclsco FranclliCO Franclose
close heedless bood DsWe We note that Honey H n83ad n83adMtttOd ad admitted Mnettled ¬
mitted in sourt rt the other day that he hehad hebad hebad
bad a gun on him and also that he in invited lftYtted Inrued ¬
rued Abe be RuftP s attorneys to come me out outside ootide outside ¬
side if they wanted uted anything anythingFor anythingFor anythingFor
For years a number of people have havrbeen haobeea havebeen
been thinking of shooting Heney Honeynot not his hitpresent hispresent hispresent
present antagonists but people generally generallyThere generallyTtaere generallyThere
There has been whispered talk about It Itand It Ituwi itand
and nobody would wo ld be surprised if H Hwere lie Jier liewere <
were r to be picked up in the street some sonvday someday someday
day shot Ibottn In the back Recalling necallln whahappened
happened to a bad man In Arizona once oncewho oncewlM oncewho
who was W about to shoot Heney in thi thiopen
open nobody nob dy is likely to seek an en encounter oncouoter ancounter ¬
counter with him face to face faceWhen faeeWhen faceWhen
When prosecutions reach the gun stage stagit stageIt <
it te a sign that the prosecutor has made madian madean suedean
an impression Honeys Heney acute unpopu unpopularity unpopularity unpepularity
larity with fth grafters and great malcfac malcfactors malefactors mneictactore
tors west of longitude KB 1 indicates tha thatbe
the President has made a mistake in no noI m t tmoving
I moving him East An Arizona snake snakehunter sftAkehUDter snakebunter
hunter would nave ba va made something of j jstir a asUr astir
stir ore this in the office of AttorneiGeneral
General GeneralSeeing GeaeralSeeing GeneralSeeing
Seeing how Roosevelt R6 S velt loves 1 veB a r a afighter
fighter the wander will 111 ever be that hi himanaged
managed to content himself with 1th Bona Bonaparte Bonaparte Bonnporte
parte parteSTATE parteSTATE porteSTATE
New cn Election Lairs Have AboaObliterated
Obliterated Old Ole Distinctions DistinctionsFIMI Jbtlnctions Jbtlnctionsdie DistinctionsFte
FIMI Fte the ParttaBd Itertla IertlsadParty oJeL oJeLParty togMhB togMhBParts
Party lines have been virtually abut oblltorated obliterated abutorated
orated in Oregon For years there haibeen
been a tendency in that direction ant antthe
the primary law and insistence on State Statement StAt StAtment Statemeat
ment No 1 have about completed thidissolution
dissolution of the Republican pofty poftywhile pnftywhile petywhile
while the Democratic DemocraticPilrty party already hatbecome
become so weak that it had virtual virtualceased
ceased to live U < 8 as a party p rQf and since ha haexisted
existed only onl by professing nonpartisan nonpfurtisani nOftptUttHllablp nonpartisanship
i ship and being wielded wfeld 8 as a club club by Re Republican RepublDn Republicen
publican factions to boat out the brainof
of each other otherFrom olherFrom otherFrom
From twothirds to threefourths 01 01the
the voters of tho State are registered a aRepublicans
Republicans but that fact signifies signlfioo lit littie little uttIe
tie or nothing It doesnt oesnt mean that a aelectors
electors so registered rog tered intend to vote ote foiRepublican
Republican candidates The past foiyears
years ears has proved ProVl this Men havent reg regtetered reg1sttred regIsitired
tetered as Democrats because it ha hai
i seemed eent Hl to them that thai It would be b absurd absurdsince aburdnee absurdsince
since nee there ws ss no Democratic emoeraUc party partyHence partyHenee partyHence
Hence they have registered as a Republl Republlcans Republlcans Rapublicans
cans cans but with no intention of voting foiI
I Republican R ep bllan candidates can canIdates ldates for any of the of offlees ofnee offlee
I flees flee over which there might be a con contest contest contest
test testThe
The fashion of the day dft now is to roe recognize roeognize ¬
ognize no party ties or obligations H Hreally
really has become almost absurd foianybody
anybody to run tar office In Oregon as asRepublican
I Republican especially esp any for an important importantoffice Importantoffice importantoffice
office The interpretation given generally generallyto generaJlte
to the primary law virtually annihilatethe
the usages UI es or claims of party part for II IImakes
makes politics a contest or scramble be between between between ¬
tween individuals for place which IE IEmore
more odious or offensive in candidatewlio
who rely on party numbers than in those thosewho
who do not not but who frankly claim thi thibenefits tb tbMIlts thbenefits
benefits MIlts of the nonpartisanship which the thenew
new system Is pledged to enforce enforceOntpnt enforceOntJJOt enforceOutput
Output of Denatured Alcohol AlcoholPra AlcoholFma UcoholUae
Pra Fma the Sctentiie American AmericanThe AmranThe tmerlrasThe
The production of denatured alcohol for foithe forthe forthe
the first six months of ICflT 100 under the ne nelaw now nowlaw nowlaw
law covering Its manufacture amount amountto amounted amountedto
to 1774272 irti2 gallons lons Tho supplemental ne nealcohol
alcohol l bill will it I is estimated load to t tproduction
production of 4eoj060 gallons nons for the cal calendar calender < al alendllr ¬
ender year P8r The operation of the Jaw lavhas Jawhas lawhas
has already reduced the cost of woo wooalcohol wood woodIlleohol woodaicohol <
alcohol from prices varying between betweenand betweenand
and 71 cents to 10 cents a gallon a fnc fncWhich
Which amply ampl indicates that a fairly fairlyefficient
efficient monopoly has been
I In the woodalcohol business businessXo businessn
Xo 0 Strni Sh Stinpbnngera Stinpbnngeralnm np1mugerll np1mugerllFrllR m seri seriWyoming
FrllR lnm Ute Dltlnr nttJU1IucaL nttJU1IucaLWyoming itisibliceVyomlzsg
Wyoming hasnt a streetcar line withljIts
Its borders The fact that his hit feet neveget
get stepped on mustbe must be what makes th thaverage
average Wyoming man man so goodna urec
Bryan is strong In Taf l TeniiesO tte and d there thereIs tbereIs thereis
Is every reason to believe the State con convention eonvenUon COnventIon ¬
vention wii will instruct Us delegate to the thenational then thenational
national n tlonnl cohvention for him said Judge JudgeM JUdCM
M 11 T Bryan of otNashvllle I Nashville Tenn at the theRaleigh theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh last night nightJudge nightJudge nightJudge
Judge Bryan IQ the president of the theTennessee theTenncssoo theTennessee
Tennessee Bar Association a member of ofthe atthe ofthe
the National N Uonal Rivers and Harbors Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission and is well known a M a jurist all allover aUover allover
over the United States StatesI
I have hav met Mr Bryan and also Gov GovJohnson GovJohnson v vJohnson
Johnson who is an able man It is my myImpression myImpresslon myimpression
Impression however that he entered tered the thecontest thecontest thecontest
contest somewhat late to offset the ad advantage advantose advantage
vantage which Bryan the logical candi candidate candidate canddate ¬
date has gained by his early Oath entrance entranceInto entranceInto entranceInto
Into the field of candidates candldat4BsThere candidatesThere candidatesThere
There IB I no doubt in my mind atall atallthat at ail a11that ailthat
that Bryan Q1m will be nominated Being Beinga B ing ingi
i a supporter of Bryan and a Democrat I Ican Ican Ican
can only onl hope for his election electionDr electlorDr electionDr
Dr C B Brayton BraytooC of Stamford Conn Connwho Connwho Coanwho
who Is visiting Washington Oft a sight sightseeing 81 eightseeing ht htseeing ¬
seeing trip and a loyal supper supporter Cer of o the theoldline theoldlIne theoldline
oldline Democracy Is at the Shoreham ShorehamDr ShorebamDr SherebamDr
Dr Brayton Is of opinion that Bryan Bryanwill BryanwI Bryanwill
will be defeated det K1 no matter who the Re Republican R RpubUcan Republican ¬
publican candidate for the nomination nominationmay nominationm nomlnatioflmay
may m y be beBryan beBryan beBryan
Bryan was before the people twice twiceand twiceand twiceand
and as many times Urn he h was defeated defeatedshowing defeatedshowing j jshowing
showing clearly that the people p ple did not notwant notwant antwant
want him No matter who wiH WI b be nomi nominated nominatQd nomirated ¬
rated by the Republican Re Ublteall party he will willdefeat willdefent willdefeat
defeat Bryan BryanJohnson BryanJohnson BryanJohnson
Johnson would put up a strong fight I Ibelieve Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe if he were honored by the Demo Democrats Democrats Demoorate ¬
crats with the nomination he would make makeit makeit makeit
it it pretty hot for the Republicans RepublicansRoosevelt Repub1l RepublIcansRoosevelt UUl UUlRoo
Roosevelt Roo eelt is erratic to My y the least leastIt leastIt leastIt
It Is to be hoped be will net t again be in inflicted Inflicted Inflicted ¬
flicted on the country This conference conferenceof
of governors is nothing hut a political politicalmove politicalmoye politicalmove
move on his part partDIsoussing partDiscussIng partDiscussing
DiscussIng Oklahoma Okl boma politics Clay R RHendrjeks RHendlek9 BHendricks
Hendrjeks of Guthrie who is at the theRaleigh theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh said yesterday yesterdayThe YlisterdaJThe yesterdayThe
The Congressional Consresl nal situation is 1 not so gowell sowell sowell
well defined as ether ethor1InN issues The FSm FSmdistrict Firatdistrict FIritdistrict
district was made to order by a Reputo Reputollcan Rt Republican > pub pub1Ican
llcan Congress at tbereflueet tla the request of Repre Representative Repn5entaUvo Represantatlvo > ¬
sentative B S McGwire and was made madestrong mad madstro madestrong
strong stro enough Republican to assure hi hielection hlelection hIs hIselection
election last fall fallHe fallHe fallHe
He will be a candidate for reelection reelectionIt
It takes tall figures on th the part of Dem Democrats Dt Democtate > m mocrats ¬
ocrats even in Oklahoma a to get that thatdistrict thatlstrlct thatdistrIct
district lstrlct In the Democratic column Con Consequently C m msequenU ¬ 3 3sequently
sequently there are no Democrats as yet yetwho yetwho tJt tJtwho
who have announced tentatively or orotherwise orothatwIo orothotwise
otherwise that they propose p opes to content contentair conti contcstMr t tMr
Mr McGuires specially prepared pr berth berthIn berthIn berthIn
In the Second district Representative RepresentativeC R pr ntatNe ntatNeC
C E Fulton of Oklahoma Qklah l City Clt ty alit wfllagain alitagain 1 1again
again be a at candidate He wilt probaktr probaktrhave MObe1Ihae probaYhave
have no opposition At least there IB no noindication 0Indication noIndication
indication of it It so far farIn farIn farIn
In the Third district Representative RepresentativeDavenport Rpre RepresentativeDavenport entathreDavport
Davenport will have to light for renoail renoailnatien reoninaUon rentInation
nation Judge Norvell of Tulsa a mei meiber meBt meBtber I Iher
ber of the tower how house of the Oklahoma Oklahomalegislature Oklah Oklahlegislature Oklahalegislature
legislature is an announced candidate candidateJoe candidMPJoo candidateJoe
Joe M 3 La Hay HR a Cherokee Indian is ht htIng 1MIng brlug
Ing groomed for it It too as are others othersScott othersScott othersScott
Scott Ferris will have a bitter lIght ngfcton fItton lIghten
on his hands in the Fifth l1ttb and Clad ClaadeWeaver Ch ChWeaver CladWeaver
Weaver of Paula Valley who was wasfeat de defeated s sfasted ¬
fasted feat td < for the nomination last year m man illan inan
an avowed candidate and baa been tusk making meJtng tusklug ¬
lug medicine ever since his b first defeat defeatThis deftTbls detestThis
This district too toe has a a tremendous Dem Democratic D Dpcratle Desicratie ¬
ocratic pcratle cratie majority majorityThere maJorItyThere majorityThere
There are fort fosttfoUr four senatorial db dbtrlcts dietilde < H Htrlcts
trlcts In the State Under the constitu constitution conitittllion conetittitlon ¬
lion the members of the senate from the theevennumbered theOY9anumbered th thevennumbered
evennumbered districts drew the short shortteems aortte siorttegins
teems te Ei and there wfH n ftt hg an election in insuch 1ftsuck litsuck
suck districts districtsAn dl ditnictsAn trtct trtctAn
An Interesting pRaM of the election electionwill ele electinnwill tIft tIftwm
will be the vote on tho t1 dispensary aye system ayetern ¬ J
tem as it has seen ostablt establIshed h d by b the thelegislature theJeglslature the3eglslature
legislature The dispensoxy t1 has been tfo tfosubject teubject t tsubject
subject of much criticism enIt1e ln favorable and andotherwise analo an anotherwise
otherwise otherwiseIf o 11I81wlscotIC
otIC If the th dispensary law is voted dimn dimnit dAfwaIt ioiiIt
it simply wipes lpes out the it8penSJJ it8penSJJtom dispensary sys system s stens ¬
tem If It Is earned the law not n only onlystands ealystands 1 1stands
stands but it becomes a a part of the thesUtution ti con constitution censtltuUon ¬
stitution stitutionChances sUtutionChances stltuUonChances
Chances are the dispensary wfll w tie tieadopted lieadopted e eadopted
adopted Just now about half the pro prohibition 110btblUon prohibitton < ¬
hibition vote favors f It It and the other fcalfopposes hilt Wfopposes hiltopposes
opposes The prohiMttooJsts seem to tohave tol1ae tohave
have a decided ded e majority in Oklahoma OklahomaWilliam OkJahoTIILWilliam OklahomaWilliam
William Williams of Ottawa is regis registered nwlltmad rhtoted ¬
toted at the New WlOard Mr tr Was WiOwuis Wasis I IIs
is interested in f trade and commerce comm in inCanada inCanada inCanada
Canada Speaking about the new Can Canadian C Cadlan Canadlan ¬
adlan routes last night he said saidThe aaidTbe saidThe
The utilization ut 1aUon of f Hudson on Bay for forcommerce tincommerce fistcommerce
commerce seems near at hand TIM re recont recant recent
cant movements In l Canada have materi materially nwialb ¬
ally changed longstanding theories about aboutnorthern aboutnorthern t tnorthorn
northern conditions Region R np which hkh have havebon havebon e ebeon
bon deemed of little value because of ofthe Ifthe ofthe
the supposed cold of the climate are be being 1tt 1ttIng be belug ¬
ing developed into prosperous fa facommunities farmingcommunities farming farmingcommunities
communities The suspicion so plel n that fur furcompanies furcompanies furcompanies
companies have hav held < back immignUfrm immignUfrmfor Immignamfor A Afor
for their own selfish sel sh ends has been bee eon eonfirmed 11 11finned n nhitmed
firmed firmedSupposedly finnedSupposedly hitmedSuppoed1y
Supposedly inhospitable lnho pltbt territory territor feas feasbeen as asbeen s sbeen
been proved rich for agricultural asrtcvUuralThe VMS VMSThe soisThe
The lands Rd along the northern border of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States an rapidly filling up upwith upwith upwith
with settlers New States Stat are gaining gainingin I ni niIn
in population and productiveness productivenessIt produe produeIt uettvenes uettvenesit
It Is a matter of time atone until the theeager theeager theeager
eager search for land carries c rrta homeseek homeseekers
ers much farther north The propositiwi propositiwiis
is now made to make Fort Churchill on onthe mtthe enthe
the west side of Hudson Bay a shipping shippingpoint shipp1tpoint shippi shippipoint
point for grain and other products of ofthat ortoot ofthat
that new country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The Canadian government has be been bPmstud1ng beenstudying n nstudying
studying conditions for a number of ofyears ofI ofyears
I years It has been found that there Is Issafe Issafe issafe
safe navigation to Fort Churchill for forthree forthree fOrthree
three and a half to four months of each eachvar eachear eathyeAr
distance dtstancetrom from that thatpoint tbatpOint ttpoint
ear yeAr after ftor July 1 1 The
point to Europe is much shorter than thantirnt thantiat thanthat
that from Montreal or New York YorkBy YorkBY YorkBy
By building a few hundred nrttas of ofrailroad ofI ofrailroad ofrailroad
I railroad connection can be made with withestablished witheatabltshOd withestablished
established lines to the southwest southwestnew t tnew A Anew
new outlet by b way my of Hudson H Buy WIll wUlMve willseva
Mve 0 freight rates to present sMpatag sMpatagpoints IIIItJIIIMpolnti suppingpoints
points It will help to develop MV a eovniry eovnirytoward uytoward esuustrytoward
toward which the attention of atttters aWeraalrMdY is isalready Isalready
already turning turningWhen turningWhen turningWhen
When the remarkable advances ad mode modein M4In madehi
in the Canadian Northwest t M I the hurt hurtfew Jutfew lestfew
few years ye rs are recalled the possibilities possibilitiesof pGI lltkteB lltkteBof
of this new proposition seem more hope hopeful ecuI hopetim ¬
ful tim A decade dae de ago found few people who whodared wodared whodared
dared to hazard a prophecy of what i ilas ilasbHn ss ssbeen s sbeen
been realized r since 186 186It ISiS 1ICiIt ISiSlit
It may be that the tl1 next decade will willshow wlIishow willshow
show as surprising results r ults in a region regionlong rlgioolong regiOnlong
long counted of little Value to the human humanrace humanrac6 humanrace
Our organization orglm tIn Is prospering said saidJohn l saidJohn aid aidJohn
John W t Bcamwood secretarytreasursT secretarytreasursTof ecCetArytreasurM ecCetArytreasurMof
of the International Intarnattonal Typographical Union UnionWho lnloflwho nlon nlonwho
Who arrived in Washington yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdlrmorning yesterdaymorning
morning Mr Bramwood Bnm wd has completed completedarrangements compttt cornptdarrangements > 4 4arrangeltMnts
arrangements for the annual convention conventionof conn > ntlon ntlonof
of the International Union to be h hd itt d in inBoston lnBoston litBoston
Boston in August AugustWe AuSJstVc AugustWe
We Vc expect one of the most successful successfulconventions SUCCtsNtCIOnventIonswe succsefIconventions
conventions CIOnventIonswe we have had In many years yeurtAccording yearsAccording eara earaXccoTdlng
According to present Indications IRClleati n8 there therewill thHwill therewill
will bo 2000 delegates and visitors vl ltors in at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance We have r eatly < Dtly Inaugurated Inauguratedthe
the oldage pensions whereby persons personamore personsmore personsmore
more than sixty years of f age a e who bo have havebeen hav havI havObeen
I been members of the union for twenty twentyyears twentyyoors twentyyears
years receive W 4 a wed It is probable probableother probableother probableother
other legislation will b Inaugurated at atthe atthe atthe
the coming convention that will tend to tobenefit tobenefit tobenefit
benefit the members Mr fr Brain Bramwood wood will willleave wtllol1e v II IIleave
leave Washington n today for Indiana Indimap Intilanapoits IntilanapoitsIL poh pohA lls llsA
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