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Women In Politics PoliticsIt
It is rather evident wo think that tJe t tho thocvomen tltoomen th thwomen x
women omen ot America are r coming were and andnote andnore ani I Inore
nore to the Knowledge that they have havepolitical RnoUUcal i
political > oUUcal mauenoe lIII Inlu noe sics and UN that they tll are will 111 111ng
ng and eager ser to UM U it It Of coarse cOurs the the1l0re thi thixtore a i
11 1l0re ore advanced of these believe MIle that the thest thettot 0 a
ttot > et st expression of this power will m npt be beound b I
ound until the 0 women art sr granted the therrancblH ti C
franchise but even without 1thoat tide they can canllake cai a
nake tb their lr influence felt
Mrs 1111 Harry New No in Chicago the other otherJay otherja othe r
Jay ja ay took note of thte tendency y and othea as asr a ar a
r to give KI point t to what Mrs Irz New had hado hi LI
o say aa to the influence in uenoe of women in InoIlUca Ii 5
politics we W have the announcement aa ounclMMnt of ofMrs oClr8 a aMrs f
Mrs lr8 W J Bryan that in her opinion opltonProf I
Prof Woodrow Wilson q would be a geod ge6drunnlnK ge gerutnIng d
running mate far f r her r husband bu in the thejomlne theomlnG Oi C
jomlne campaign ea a a suggestion which whichTny whichrift whIc whIcrnay it Cit
Tny rift or may aa not havo YO weight lIIght boforo Coro the theDemocratic theDmocraUc 0
Democratic DmocraUcIhE convention conventionThe
The Th women omea who are really influential iDftu tJalln tJallnpolitics in inpolitics I U i
politics however are hardly bar ly those who whorlamor wholamo1 wh C >
rlamor for womans WOI wothans Jt right and demand demandhe d I
he baUot That te too nearly direct com competition comttltlon coa I ¬
petition > with the sterner iternernot mernot not stronger strongerlex atron atronJEX atronetx
lex x and a woman Knows cnow that there are arettuch areJ1uch ax 0 i
ttuch better and surer way ways of getting gettingwhat gettingwhat gtthi S
what you OU want than fighting for torlL U The Thewomen Theftom T se j
women ftom whe nil he > really make tholr influence influencefelt hdluo Ce CefeJl e j
felt elt in politic It1c and felt for th the most mostpart tpa rnoi St t
part pa art rt for the good g od are the quiet homo homoodles ftom ftomooie ioen
odles who while attending to the theduties the1uth t I i
duties 1uth thai belong properly to their theirsphere tbe1rphere tho ir r
sphere also io find time to study lItud tu4b govern governmental IOYernmental over I ¬
mental conditions and Dd needs and who whoire wF tbo tbolre so >
ire re able ab to t dlacuta di political and socto soctoogical 8OC1oCglcal osocli a aoglcal
ogical issue with 1th their husbands h with withintelligence wil itA itAirttJUpaee h i
intelligence and comprehension enough enougho enou hinter h i
o inter interest and nd perhaps perha to move them themThe tbemThe
The composition of our social life in inAmerica inmerica a
America merica makes many opportunities for forthe torthf fi a r
the > American mer1ean wife She has he time U Um and andgenerally andgfneraJly aa ii
generally the taste cite for l8 reading DI abe be has hasner baaer hi 11
ner er clubs where many problems mobI are dis discussed dJIi dl dlseed ¬
cussed Ii seed ed and it will generally eno orally IIy be found foundwe toundWP foun el I
we think that when the 0 women OIMtI make m up uptheir upIelr 1p p
their Ielr m minds on 0 matter u such a u a oducatlon oducatlonr a ar i
= > r prohiWUon or sanitation the
con contusion CODlulliOn ce 5 ¬
tusion luMo at 1 which the have ba arrived to topretty Spretty Iipretty s
pretty likely Ilk to be a commonsen lO one oneAnd ooeAnd oneAnd
And we are inclined strongly stroQst to the thobelief thel ti iso isobelief o
belief l eJiEC that this tendency of the American Americanwomen Amerloanwomen in inwomen n
women to take part rt in the affairs of gov government go goernment r rernment ¬
ernment not directly but by furnishing furnishingthe turnishlngthe furnlshh ig igthe S
the power and sotno of tho brains be behind behind b 0 0iInd i ¬
hind the vote oLe is alto altogether gather desirable desirableThe dcalrablLrhe doatrab to u
The opinions they form on subjects subJ ets which whichman whichman whi oh ohman h
man In his acorn sometimes ohooees to tothink tothink tothink o
think are ar outside ou k of a womans con concern conem cc in inern i ¬
cern em are based on the feminine Intiaront IntiarontIdeas Inh Inhere ront rontIde at atideas it
Ideas Ide of what is right and whether we wechoose WIhooae i e ehoos
choose hoos to acknowledge it or not it can cannot aannot ca a anot ¬
not successfully succCuU be denied that their tholrIdeals theirIdeal thi Ir IrIdeala if
Ideals Ideal are higher than mons mansIt monsIt monsIt
It II not a a pleasant thought that
per perhaps perhaps pi sr srhape ¬
haps some day the women of tho ooun oountry oountry oou a atry i
try will be marching down to the polls pollsand ponsand po lie lieand
and casting their votes vot and in heated heatedcompetition hetedcompetition heat ed edcompetition d
competition with the men Indulge in inscrambling Inscrambling inscramb1Is n
scrambling scramb1Is for office intellectually Int81lectuaU and andmorally andmorally a nd ndmbrnlly d
morally they do not saem oem fitted for such suchpractical suchpractical nix oh ohpractical h
practical politics poUtI But it is flae fin to think thinkthat thinktbat liii nk nkthat k
that subtly subtl and quietly quieti they the are becom becoming becomIng boca xxx xxxIng i ¬
ing each day more powerful influences influencesbehind In influen uencoa uencoabeblnd oa oabehind
behind politics and that they the aro able ableto ableto al ile ileto le
to work for the best b at and highest through throughthe throu gh ghthe h hthe
the power they maintain in their own ownhomes ownhome8 o n nhomeaa
homes home8 a power which is I strong atron in the themaking themaking he hemaking
making of good citizenship in creating creatinga creatl ug uga E
a love of home and of pride pri e in tho na nation naUon r sa sation ¬
tion
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A few more elections In Dixieland DL land and andthe andthe a md mdthe
the Southern Hallway may f t1 el it Itnecessary un unnecessary ¬
necessary nece sary longer to apologize overy few fewdays I Idays
days da for cumbering the face of the theearth theearth I Lheearth lt
earth
The Quebec Celebration CelebrationThe CelebrationThe
The celebration of the tercentenary of ofthe atthe ofthe > f
the foundation ef the city of Quebec Quebecwhich Queb lee leewhich c
which is to be b hold next month will ill bo boIn bOo beIn o
In a striking way wa an exemplification of ofhow ofhow > f
how much has ies been accompUohed in inmodern 1ftmodern inmadam
modern times Um in tho way wa of international internationalamity internatlo on onamity fcl
amity For hero on the scone of ono onoof me meof 10
of their meet me t desperate struggles Eng Englandand Bi ig iglandanEl ST
landand lan and France Fraac
conqueror and
con conquered a on onquerd a ¬
quered will meet In good fellowship to toglorify toglorUy
glorify gl 0 111 the foundation of a city which whichwr wisi cli cliwreeted d
wr wreeted riMed Ked by b force of British arms from fromthe lr em emthe m
the French ended the dominion of France FranceIn Frax IC ICIn e
In Canada CanadaIt Cana CanadaIt L LIt
It was France that established Quebec Queb Quebaoo Que boa ic
800 years ago and It remained rtntaln 4 under the Olerule therule te j jrule
rule of France for a century and a a half baitFrance In tlf tlfFrance f j jFrance
France so O stamped Ler L r impress upon the Unaplace thuplace theplace fa
place that oven o en today after 1 ISO < 0 years of ofBritish oCBrltJ ofBritish
BrltJ British h rule rul the city and its environs are aremore aremore aremore re
more French than English and of the theBritish theBritish 10
British garrison In the Quebec > fort that thatoverlooks hat it
overlooks the St 8t Lawrence by far the IB
greater greatornumb gre ater number r of the coldlenf tiOldler In the thounltorm
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uniform uni unibet form of the British King speak pcBkFrenoh French renchbetter
better bet ter and more mor readily than they do doEnClish
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English EnClishIt En glish
It ItFr is of courses cours eminently fitting that thatFrance
V France 1 Fr rnnC8 should take a prominent part partIn
1 in the celebration ceremonies Bittorncss Dittornc8Sonr
over ove r dofoftt has passed away England Englandand
and n d Franco are not only at poaco but buthavo
h havo ha vq reached a bettor betto understanding understandingtha
hatha
I than tha n they th havo had ha for years and if in Inthinking
thinking thi nking of Quebec France has to mourn mournth
thithG
j tl the th noble Montcalm England has haano haanoles no
loss IOS n grievous memories momorl over O r tho loes of orhor
jj
hor he nor r hero Wolfe WolteAnd
And A nd so curing the ceremonies tho old oldtime
U time thu s rivals and oflomies OI1oml now friends rlldswill
u will wil wilev l meet on the Plains PlaIns of Abraham Abrnbflmev
evoVy ev oy foot of which has reeked with withBrlUsb
British Br itish and French blood and they will w111IntJ
J
3 jointly ol < IntJ nt1y unveil a monument to the two twoheroe
h heroos he roos of tho ilego of Quebec Montcalm Montcalmand
a and au d Wolfe bbth of whom gave ga up tholr
lives liv es in that fierce struggle 8tru gle which was wastG
to ohango so manifestly mlUllt 8t1y tho destiny of otthl
the th e northern portion of the American Amortcancontinlnt
continent co ntinint A ourlons feature of tho cole oe10braUon
bration br atlon will be thnt the province oi u uQa
Quebec Qa bec will 111 not be honored by b the pros pr
ence In 0 c of a single one of its oxgovernor ox oernora oernorapneraJ
general ge neral although five of those survive surviveTJao
Tho Th Thfo e reason for their absence is to bo blfound
found fo und in a tradition a sort of under understanding underandlng ¬
standing sta staru andlng that no governor general shall 1it 11I 11Ior
evor or return to tho country which he hemlec1
ruled ru led If he did hl como beck it would wouldhvo
hava ha ve to be in a place Inferior to the ono onohi I
he heUn roelgnod r nod and this is not deemod fit 1ttlnl
tins tlnl Un g for OH onl who was wa the chief repre ropreentatho
tentative ea of tho Crown CrownThe CrownThe
The United States Stat to to be represented representedat
at Quebec by b some war vessels under undercommand
command co mmand of a rear admiral admlrai and it is lit 111Ung
fitC
ting tin g that it should be so for t r of tho thOIIOldlers C
soldiers so ldiers who fought that tba t day da upon the thlPlains I
theS
Plains Pl ains of Abraham and routed tho thoFrench S
thaI
French F rench not a a few were drafted from the thenrluh Ihi I
British B ritleit colonies in America AmerleaBrether
Brother Charles CharI was s some pump pumpkins pumpkins
kins k tes in that tnlxup toe Dont forget forgetthat forgett
that t th at
Prohibition in Bad Hands HandsIe
If prohibition has received a backset backsetin t
i in the 01 South and the recent acts of oCFIorlCla 0 f
J Florida F lorida and Louisiana would seem to in Indicate
dicate di < cate that it has it is the fault of nobody nobodybut noboclTbut nobod r
1 but b ut the prohibitionists ts They The certainly CGrtalAlyhac cortalal
1 had h ad things going their way wa so far as sur surface
i face I C indication demonstrated demonltrat and good googeneriJ8blp goo a
I generalship g might have held the oourse QOurseot itrs 0
of O < f events true to the direction originally orlglnaUmarked original V
i marked m arked out outUnfortunately outUnlortunatety
Unfortunately for the th caueo of prohibl Drohlbltlon 1
t tion tI on however the politician seized upon uponIt upo a
it > before it had developed its it full growth grGthplHd I
I gulsed g uliesi it In the form of ultramorality ultramoralityrode ultramoralityro4
i rode ro4 r it to victory in many localities and andare an d
are now seemingly getting ready to turn turnOft Isir U
over o ver the th battered remains rmain of the machine machineto macbino C
to t o anybody aftOd who i1o will 111 take It It The present presentprohibition presentprohibition presea t
tp
prohibition p law of Georgia for instance IMtanceWU
wa WU W not put on the statute books by the thepoliticians thepOIIUdn8 th C
politicians p It was w placed there because H AuseoC b aue 10
of o f the preaeure brought to bear upon tho tholegislature tholqIatature Ih 0
legislature le after 1U > assembly and 00 with wlthout without x
out o ut the utterance of a word by any IUI pro proalbtUonlat 5
hibiUonlet h on the stump before the oleo oleotIon doe
ttoiM t Ion reautting re in the U present legtalatlve lestelathmembenlhlp 3egielat2 3egielat2embership I
membership m ware held The AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeape AntISalo in
League L eague in Georgia Geor kL demanded of the as a8Mmbled a B
sembled e lawmaking power ef that State Statea Stal e
a most mo t drastic prohibition law and andot it 1tpt
got g ot It It because b cau it made that legislature 1e ture turebttItve 0
believe b that Georgia wanted such a law lawthat 18 18tbat
that t hat the plain common enry everyday ay folks folkswere tolkswere foil m
were w ere for 1L 1LAmazed Itmaed It
Amazed maed at the spectacle in Georgia dc deInl di
s sticnlng Inl politician etoewhere owbere took up pro problbltlon pci pciibitlon 0
bibitlon h like a a duck soaps up sp a a juntbug juntbugIt Jua JuaIt t
It I t proven prov a a great steed on which to rldo rl rk rko to o oto
to t o oiitce ohIo When the AntiSaloon on League LeapaeermJttecl Leage 10
permitted t itself to be dragged d ed Into the thepolitical Utepo1ltleal II IIolitical so
political p olitical ph phase of the question que tton many manyprohibitionists mAnyprohlblUonIata mar marrohlblUonlta
prohibitionists p shook their heads they theyfaw tbe7W the T
faw aw W the finish ftG of their cherished cause causerapt cau S
right r ight then and there Xen ea aeaumed godly 8Q ly lye1otbH
clothes c and affected a < ectect exceerfre righteous righteousMOl 5
new who never neYe ever had b G been known to even evencater evonter evi eviater in
cater e ter to the ranks of the moral mom elc element ci C
Cid
ment before red noeee were bleached bleachedover bIeobtdover beaobi id
over night in order that elections el clions might mlAhtbe mlg mlgbe ht
be carried next day da And over since sincethe ala ce ceat
the politician got hold Aok eC f the movement movementthe movementbe moveme movemethe at t
the cause has been on the wane and andHems ax d dmrns j
seems quite likely indeed to peter out outraUu o Ut Utrather
rather raUu r Ingtorlously oonsittorlng the val valIant vi Li Liant
hint l ant start made such a short time ago agoThero
Thero are honest hon difference of opinion opinionabout opin n
about prohibition a as there are about aboutother abo aboother itt
other questions queaUoDlOtber other phase of the great greattemperaftce gre t ttemperance
temperance question Indgdd But it must mUltbe mi mibe
be conceded led by all n that it is a sad day dayfor d8 d8tor di ny nyfor y
for any cause no matter how worthy worthywhen worth 1 1whn r >
when the politician seize upon it for fortholr I or orit r
their advancement and aggrandizement aggrandizementMuch AIlrfandlzernentlIuch aggrandizamsiMuch it
Much can be accomplished for the uplift upliftoC up ift iftice
of mankind in the matter of temperance temperanceno tomperan tomperanmore ice
no more than along other important lines linesd un as
asor
by b rational agitation but sooner or later latarthe lal lalthe or
the plain people become disgusted 418 8tecI with withany wi 0 0ror j
any socalled moral question whenever wheie wheieit henevarIt ror ir
it beooiueg evident Qhllilt that it i Is befog mails mlidea tn I Ia tie
a a mere cloak for political activity ac activityAntiSaloon vtt vttAntiSaloon
AntiSaloon leagues will 41I do waft to totaboo 11taboo totaboo
taboo politics and fight very fir shy of otDII otDIIUclanl pjpll pc lt ltticlans I
tictans tictansThe UclanlThe
The Republicans ROpUbHeA118 neednt be patting pattingthemselves pamncUMl path ng
themselves UMl Hlv up Inordinately Inomln tely All of thoee thoeelemon th the axe e elemo
lemon lemo they handed the Democrats Democra its ts tsat s
at Chicago will be promptly returned returnedwith returnedwith return returnwith ed I
with Interest at Denver DenverCruel DurCrucl DenverCruel
Cruel Judge Hamilton HamiltonJudge Hommonudgo HamiltonJudge
Judge udgo Harper Hamilton of Georgia is isa Isa Isa Lq
a cruel hardhearted judge we believe bclleeJudge belle t a aHamilton
Judge Hamilton has not heretofore her totrc borne borneany borneAD box ne neIbe 6
any AD such reputation indeed Indoe quite the thecontrary t1l0contrary i 10
contrary Is I true Wo 0 fear however that thatbeneath thatbeneatb U Ubeneath sat
beneath his eversmiling ev rmUlng exterior and andsuave a Lad Ladugve d
suave complacency he harbor har rl an aban abandOlled aba In Indoned
dOlled and a malignant heart MortJudie heartJudge
Judge Hamilton recently rec recenU nUy placed a heavy hoovynne hoe LV LVled y
fine upon a poor dofenselee negro haled haledbofore 1a 1abefore led a
before hi hip court for stealing a watcr wtltrmelon wat watmelon
melon The negro to make the matter mnttermorc mat ter termore
more reprehensible roprehW1 lblo did not enter the tbe tbenold thefold ie
fold wherein this melon originally grew grewurroDUtloul1 gr ew ewsurroptitlously
surreptitiously and with Ith sneaking intent Intentto 1st ant antto
to punJoin the same On the contrary contraryhe contra 11 11h V
he h war wa walking down the road contom oontemplating conte rn rnplating i
plating no harm at peace p with the theworJd theworld ic
world and for the moment deep in cogi cogitatOH cc gi gia 4
tatOH ta a auet a anejtt Ot the Ume when crops would wouldbe wo ud udbe
be laid by and watermelons all but buttreo 1 buttree
free for all when suddenly su dnnly there dawn dnwnell da vn vnd i
ed d upon his view vie ftvo melons piled neatly sea Uy UyIn tlyin y
in a fence fenc cornor right rlg t at his elbow olhowAs olbe w wAs v
As luck l k would have It the victim of oCthIs otthis
this tragic reclt redtJ U had In his hand at atI attho Lt
I tho moment m ent one empty bran sack ack Be 3efrp ¬
l forp IIP 11 hardly harrll had h8 time to realize the theexact ie
I exact < situation or to think upon the le
dir d Ira e conjcquenoee con conequenoea equenoes possibly i 08slbly incident to tohis tohIs toact
h his act act jbne ono n8 of those melons melon9 was In that thatsaok thatsaak thatk
a saok sac k and Sambo was on his way re reoiolng rejololng reoing
j oiolng jololngOer jol oiolngOver < oing oingver
Over O ver the tale of his hl subsequent pur pursuit purl5ult purt ¬
s suit l5ult sui t capture incarceration and trial trialwo trlolwa trialdraw
w wo draw the veil of o silence We hasten hastenon hastonon hastento
01 on to tho purpose purposo In hand To inflict inflictupon In11lctupon Inflicton
ui upon up on iho defendant a flno equal to a amonths 8months anths
ir months mo nths wages wagosnnd and that la what his honor honordid honordid honordo
d did do was beyond the pale of reason reasonoutside raosonoutsldo reasonside
01 outside out side tho very ery ultimate realm of rlght rlghtoougnosn rlghtooufnostJ rightnosn
o oougnosn oou < nosn A negro has a hard onough onoughtime onoughtlma enoughe
tl time tim e refraining from the illegal appropri appropriation appr apprUprion prl prlaUon ¬
a ation atl on of watermelons ovon when it 1 Ii nec necessary ne neaSiary ne ¬
0 essary esl ary for him to accomplish his design designin designIn designthe
ir in the dark of tho moon and at the ac actual ac actual seal ¬
U tual tu al midnight hour when graveyards gravoyardBrawn graoynrdfawn graveyardswn
y fawn rawn a wn and ghosts Bro wont to prowl and andspooks andspooks andoka
3 spooks spo oka to poke about Across the vor verdant vordant vornt ¬
di dant da nt fields that separate this favored favoredollmo tavorodollmo
a ollmo cli me from Dixieland Wo challenge chaIl ng hi hihonor his hishonor hisnor
h honor ho nor to deny it Knowing In0 whur down in inhis Inbls
h his flinty heart that this is true how howcould howcould
d could co uld ho In tho name of common sense sanaoand IOMoand
a and an d uncommon too expect tills defend defendant deCendant defendt ¬
a ant an t of African porsuaslon wholly to re resist resist rot ¬
si sist sla t temptation when flaunted thus thusflagrantly UntilOBTtlntIy thusgrantly
tl flagrantly fla OBTtlntIy in his very face or to be bemore hemore
n more mo re specific and exact piled up for him himin himIn
in i a fenco corner corn or the which his optical opticalapparatus optJcalQpparatu8 opticalparatus
a apparatus ap paratus might not in any wis wise avoid avoidShades avoidhades I
Shades S of as o Blackstone has it come to tethis tothIs tois
t this th is Has Justice indeed fled to brutish brutishboasts brutishasts h hbouts
t boasts bo > asts and become b como but 21 11 hollow mockery mockeryand moeIUHynnd
Q and an d a legend We should hate to believe believeit believetrue I
it it truo and yet there stands s nds this in inhuman Inhumnn Inman ¬
h human hu man judge udgo his hands red with his hisvictims hislaUms
v victims vl otlznts gore as it were werB and hi his heart heartfilled hOArtUed
heartI
fl filled fil Ued led with I
charity toward no living man manCruel manCruel
Cruel unreasonable unreasonabJe and shortsighted shortstghtedJUdgo I
J Judge Ju dge Hamilton What is to become of oftho oCtho 01 01e
t tho th e colored brother if you ou and your our kind kindseek kindseek kinelek
a seek se ek to snatch from him his most mo t cher cherished cherIshed cherhed ¬
1 ished Is hed traditional tradlU nnl rights hi his heretofore heretoforeuniversally berotoforeusahtr t tIversally
t universally usahtr un Iversally nlly undtaputod and supposedly sUP1 OHdly OHdlyInallonable > r
1 inalienable In prerogatives His lot upon uponttii uponUJ 1 1le
t ttii UJ le earth would be unbearable It your yourIdeas yourklo r ress
Ideas bl ess of tho eternal fitness of things were wwepermitted I Irmitted
permitted pe rmitted to prevail Tho way wa ay of the will willful willtul
ful fu l and deliberate transgressor trall r88Sr would be beae bea8 hi a
ae aspo a primrose path boelde be lde that which whichpoor wblclaIXtor whlcl whlclor
I poor po or Cutty would be called upon to tread treadWo treadWo treadWe
Wo Wo see but ono way wa out of thto th di dilemma dilemma dlmma ¬
1 lemma le mma and we trust Georgians GeOrgians will avail availthemselves availtbemeooo
4 themselves th emeolvos of It Let the governor be bepetitioned bepetItionod b betitionod
petitioned p etitionod to pardon those e creatures who whofall wtofan wli S Sll i
1 fall ta ll beneath Judge Hamiltons Hm1iton displeas dispteasura displeasure displeasre
i ura u re let provision be made for their theirsafety theirsafety thet r
i safety s just as fast as they may bo sea JMUIt8nced
i tenced ti nged We fool sure the Hon Hoko HokoSmith HokoSmith 110k 0
i Smith S mith would do the right thing in this th1omorgency 01 S
emergency < e la Crackorland Deepite De pUe hi bI bIrecont a
i recent r defeat for reelection he h is a kind kindhearted klndboartOd
1 hearted h earted man in I the main At least ho h 0
I is not lost to all sense of reason and andjustice andJusUce an anustico ii 0ii
justice 3 ustico and he would not be the lt ltto las it
1 to t o decry eor this this revolutionary doctrine doctrinelately doctrInelately 0
1 lately la tely ovolvcd in Judge Hamiltons court courtOh I
Oh you ounaQ neednt nt mention it It Everybody 1iheoboc17knew verybod 7
knew k new you OU know it was going to be Taft Taftall TattaU t
all a ll along alongNevertheless alongNovertheless alongNovertheless
Novertheless those Hooseveltitea ROOMeIUt of ofRoBwoll otRoswoll o Cf
RoBwoll R oawoll Ga remain firmly firml unconvinced unconvincedTheodore uneoRIACodTheodore I
Theodore Roosevelt is the first r5t Presi President Preslent I ¬
dent < d ent of tho United States who ever or ordered ordered ¬
dered d ered tho dogs of the District of Colum Columbia Columbia I ¬
bia h is muzzled during hot weather sera seraa NSa nay a
a contemporary Ho is also the ftrat AratPro81dont fri friresident It t
President P resident who over muzzled a good many man manothor y
other o ther things sadly adl in need of muzzling muzzlingA
A Massachusetts preacher pr acher says saysHeaven saysHMIven say 9 5
Heaven will m be peopled only by upto uptodate uptodate
date d ate souls It is hardly probable that tbthis the Li Liis i
his h is will bo numbered among the cola celestial eel eeltI1 I ¬
tial t in population no mattor what the rulea ruleaand nalesAnd rub e j
and a nd regulations for admission really rJI may me 3
be e
beDemocmlc
Democratic insurgents may well wellmake wellmake we eli elie 1
make n e up their mind minds right now a as later lateron lateron hiti r rthat
on that tb t something of the same sort is isscheduled IsJObeduled
scheduled s for their entertainment en t rtaIDmeat hi IIIDOIInt I 1
Denver DenverPerbape DOIIntPerbap DenverPerhaps
Perhaps a number of newspaper newa lLPer cor correspondents corresJOndeats co r respondents ¬
respondents r will not thortmgftly UtOrow al appre appreciate appreclat8 sppr a ¬
ciate e late Air Itooseveft
until another man manactually manactU11y me Lfl Lflactuelly a
actually is on the White House job jobAn jobAn JobAn
An Inquisitive inquIaIU contemporary wants to toknow toknow 9
know how It may be said that the thePrinz thePrinz U se
Prinz Friedrich Wilhoim ha hem just made ma he hemaiden
it 118 maiden trip Perhaps Por it 1 I a xnolly xnollycoddle moIl y
coddle eoddloA dle
A Federal geologist 1 IIJ out West Vt try tr I
I ing to locate a aC prehistoric prehl terJc meteor m8 A Amillion
million years from now some such
patt pattwUl part partvill
wUl be trying to locate the th late Leslie Lesi Si
I JL Shaw Presidential boom boomKnox boomKnox boomKnox
Knox and Hughes almost tied for
sec secend second so C
end place in the balloting and it would wou otdd
have been a mighty little second place pie Oe 6
for two men to occupy OCCUP at once onceThe onceThe
The New ew York Sun rotors to the Presl President Pre al
dent as an Irresponsible
unscrupulous unscrupuloJsand Is Isand
and dishonest autocrat autocrat and a hair hair hairb ha lr lrbrained
brained b alned fanatic tn aUc and conscienceless
dema demagogue damagogue dots a agog L ¬
gogue gog Outside of that however how vv even eventhe onnthe ev on onthe n
the Sun must admit that the President Is Isall Isall I a
all right rightThe rightThe rightThe
The per capita circulation is 1 figured uredtoda figur < eel eelthday
today toda at 9630 whereas a a port hort while whUeago wit the theago
ago it was figured at fKJS 1 53 Now ow what whaton whaton wit tat tatearth 1
on earth could have become bocomo of that thatstray thatstray Ut tat tatStray 1
stray nickel nickelCaleb nickelCaleb nickelCaleb
Caleb Powers denies that ho will 111 go on OItthe Ohthe t
the lecture platform This doubUese doubUesewas doubt doubttas doubtle ea eaivan
was ivan tas an antepardon promise exacted of ofhim othim ofhim f
him by b tho governor of Kentucky KentuckyFormer Kentuek KentuekFormer KentuckyFormer
Former Senator Hill denounced Bryan Br1AIlIsorousb Bry sn snvigorously 1
vigorously Isorousb just before departing for Eu Europe B U Urope
rope recently recent Mr Bryan didnt need It Ithe itbe Ithe I
he already alrMd had the nomination cinched cinchedThe ctnchedrbo 1 1fho
The Hon Grim Jlggs comes e comes mes back to toCongress toCongress i
Congress after a campaign that cost hie hieopponent h hopponent xi xiopponent
opponent according to that gentlemans gentlemansewn gentlemansown gentlenjat as asfigures
own figures nearly 5000 JOO The present presentCongreslman pres sat satCongrosaman t
Congressman appears rather an exnen eX expi pa pasive n nslYe i
sive proposition even to try to unput unputFhen unputWhen
When Fhen a man comes into your office officewith o Ice lcewith Icewith e
with a glad smile and shakes hands handsoftuslvoly hand hand8fCulvOI hac ide ideeftusivoly B
oftuslvoly It ho wants something observes observesthe obliorYestM olmeri es esthe 3
the philosophic Birmingham AgeHer AgeHerald AgeH er eraId
aid And when he is greeted in the same amemanner sa in inmanner
manner he isnt going to get it itAnna itAnna it itAntIt
Anna Goulds fortune IB to t be kept keptIel It ept eptuelnate t
seiiaate Iel ate and apart from Prince Hellos Hellosso Hells s
so 1 we ve are Informed This perhaps will willshow w1l1show till tillsho n
show sho the greatest display of contrasting contrastingextremes contrastingextremos contrasti lag lagextremun
extremes over noted on earth earthToing earthTrying
Trying to make both ends meet has basmade I tea teande s
made many a man crooked says ays Drift DrIftArmstrong Di rift riftArmstrong Ct
Armstrong Not honest trying tryingThe trlngThe tryingThe
The Gotham Weekly Gazette was also alsovindicated aisolndICfiLtod a so sovindicated 10
vindicated vindicatedThe lndICfiLtodTbe
The Montgomery Advertiser and the theCbattanooga theChattanooga 16
Chattanooga Times are disputing as to towhothor tow110ther towbothor 0
whothor music hath charm to aooth aooththo got olh olhtho Dththe h
tho savage breast or music hath power powerUlsoothe po r rsoothe
to Ulsoothe soothe the savage s llge breast is correct correcttlIIBk corr cL t
W wa0ink think It Is lathe the former but If it Is IspIMng ismusic
ponffg pIMng aph music referred to It is prob pr ob obably
I ably ub > the th latter >
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSECONVENTION NONSENSEBIPEDS
BIPEDS BIPEDSTho BIPEDSTho BIPEDSThe
Tho sparrows chatter all the day dayYot dayYet
Yet havont anything to say sayThe So SoTho
Tho chief chletost est matter matterIs matterIs
Is to chatter chatterAnd chntterAnd chatterAnd
And that thoy do In tireless way wayThe wayTho
The sparrows ondless rows begin beginAnd bogfnAnd
And ovor nothing raise a din dinAnd dInAnd
And in the matter matterOf matteror
or mere clatter clatterThoyre clntterThoyre
Thoyre vary QlY like tholr human kin kinFOOliRllIlttBS kinli
I
FOOliRllIlttBSSoma li Foolishness toll luICIl luICIlSomB
Soma of the stars Is bigger than the themoon themoon
moon alo es
moonNo
No 1 1Faot
Fact FactGwani FaotGwnnl
Gwani Dont you spose I Ikln kin sea BeaIlls el elj elIl1s
j
Ills Currency CurrencyThis CurrcncyThis
This cash register you OU sold me Is a afraud
fraud fra ud declared tho country editor editorJust 00 Ito r rJust
Just like tho sample argued the ihesalesman thewellman
salesman salesmanI sal esman esmanI
I thought that was a model In mlnto mlntnturf
t turf tu re Why man I cant put potatoes potatoesturnlDs
turnips tur nips and At1 the like in these tiny tlnybtnc tlnybtncThe bin binThe
The Society Voel VoelWhen > ovel ovelWhen
When dee dpotl real love begin 1 murmur murmured murmured
< ed tho heroine heroinerrhat heroineThat
That easy y answered the hero heroWhan heroWhon
Whan W hen the Ut author thar run runs out of epigram epigramShiftintr tplgr aptgrameShifting mw mwSbUtln
Shifting ShiftintrAH SbUtln SbUtlnAU ShiftingAll
AH sorts of weather I declare dl1QlaroIn
In the spring 8IJrln occur occurAIy
My lady knows not which to wcarT weur t r rPeeknbOO
Peokaboo or fur furIn Curb
In This True Truof TruofYOu
You YOu cant fool all the people poopl all of the thet1m i
time t1m tIfl iS began the man who quotes quotesAnd
And you OU u dont need tor broke in the UtephUOIOphor
philosopher ph ilosopher with chin whiskers Most of ofthe atUse ol ole
t the th e people will tool themselves themselvesA tbemsoh tbemsohA
A A Partial Succcm Suecc SueccI
I havo invented an automatic tramp tramphat
What hat can you usa that far torr torrNoUat
Nothing NoUat l But its vary lifelike It Itwont I Iont L
i wont w ont work workAt
At the Commencement CommcncemcntThoM
ThoM young girls do me great credit creditI artIdltI
I think declared a lady in the t e a audi aadtenco di dience
ence on < ce
enceYou
You are one of their instructors I pre presume preWIDe ¬
WIDe su ms Tn TnNo
sumeNo
No Im a dressmaker dressmakerA drusrnakorCONVEUTION
CONVENTION GAME GAMEnay
Bay H ay State Comment Commenton on the won wonDone Vorlc ork orkDone C
Done nt Chicago ChicagoEditor ChlcaloBdttw Chicagodtta
Editor dtta The Wuau Waaldllitoa on IltraU I1tft1c1The
The game is through The capture la IseompNttd I a i
completed c It was a a capture The Wa Wb WbIncton ash h I
j ington in gton machinery was bent to the task taskA L
A handful of politician did the work workthe
t the th e wire 118 work deal deals throatcutting and andall an 1
i all a ll the noisy shouting OUUD The people were wereas wweIII war C
as a < s much out of it as are the Russian Russianpeasant RUNknPUUDtI
1 peasant out of the Czars political politicalkitchen polIttekttcben poiltice1t4bOfl
kitchen kitchenBut kttcbenBut k
But who complains Its no use The Thechurches ThechurcMs Tit Tithurcbns e
churches c are not displeased or complain complaining comtn comtnIng I
ing in g The colleges coIt are lees so so It ha halong hM hMlong S
j long lo ng been urged ur by college cotle leaders that thatcollege thateoUege the Lt
college c men should take up politic aad as asad 4
lead Is ad In government Yes And w we lite litehow ae e ehow
how h o It can e be done Classes CIa have gener generally r rall ¬
ally all a lly got atop by b ImUtn martneca watered wateredstock wateredatock waters d
stock M ocks liquored politic doctored pre preand prOM prOMand I i
and a nd organised moral pretenatont pretenatontThe pretenldolThe pretonaloi
The Presidency seem no longer the thegift thegUt dx so
dxa
gift g ift of the people p It te more like a afootball atootbaU
gf
football f ganra f Ulto to be captured and by bylees byI b i
bLI
I le lees ss observance of t the rules of decency decencythan de decenc lenc lenctan < LI
than t 1 Is usually enforced t in the favorite favoritet favorit e i
college oo c tle > test of brute beauty beautyThe heautTThe
The people are fat Inclining te t political politicaldeath poltUea1dMth politicsI il
death d eath It is hard to raise the dead deade If Ifwe Itv I
we v w wII e are not too dead there will be retails retaliation retatILtIon retailson ¬
tion II on to perpetuate a free country Votes VOtosv111 Vote Voteen
will w Ill flow against practical usurpers usur even eventhough C8nthou eve evehough en 1
though thou t the consequence should give us 118DOtbel t
another taste of such times as Cleveland Clevelandstariff CI8eIndtarU1 1
tariff t reform cost us UL ULIt
If Bryan is not our next President it itwill Itvin t
will W ilL I think be due to an extraordinary extraordinaryflght LxtrAerdlnaryt extreordinas 7
flght ti ght t against him by all the forces OrcClS square squareor squat re reor
or o r crooked at the command of the party partyor peel peeladvantageous y r
of advantageous position positionL po ltton lttonIAt
L Let t us hope anarchy will not speedily speedilygain aptodUytatn apoodil 17
gain huge shape sba sbap by b the example and andpractice udpnctic as id
practice p ractices it feed a upon
uponO O II KUfBAL KUfBALJlMeN KUfnl KUfnlJe
JlMeN Je WL L 1 1Vnm hsii Ma M n P D DTnftlI
TnftlI ltunnlnJ Jlute Jluter 1nte 1nterne
Vnm F rne UM lb KfeteMpd Jt TiMWDtopft onDilpa04 onDilpa04Jim TlasDtu
Jim Sherman la th the weakest weak of Jo Joseph Jo Joaeph Ji a ¬
Jit
mph G Cannon three personal bend henchmen benebmen bendmen t ¬
men on the floor of the House Hou e There is isRothlng
nothing n radical independent tAd peadent or advanced advancedabout atlvaaoedabout avance avancebout sd
about a bout Jim Sherman He H i is an oldline oldlineparty oIdlmeparty oldlb oldlbperty
party man of t the oldest line ther is Ie To Tothe TOthe 9 9he
the t he center and foundation of his behtg behtghe betnche bets sg
he h e stands for or every idea tenet tenet and policy policythat poltCTI poltCTthat pout ty I
that Democracy Democrc Is pledged to flght ftgh He Heie HeS I Ic
Ig
ie a faithful induatrlou accommodating accommodatingand aceommodatin g I Iand
who has hasworkod ba it as
and a nti subservient wheeiftorse I Iworkod
workod long enough and hard enough enoughays to tohave I Ihae
have b ays a rich reward drop Into his facile facilepalm fadlopalm feel le
palm palmTaking palmTaking p alm
I Isuit
Taking orders is Jim Shermans long longsuit los loser ig
suit s uit Joseph G Cannon a hard master masterha mutterh macti er
ha h has trained add graduated him Again AsatoIn Agal Agalt U
In i n the apt phrase of J Sloat Faced FacsettHe FaaettHe FacedI t
He believes in party purpose purPoses and dl dlciplines dSa dSaelpl1neti dibe I
ciplines In tho matter of the tariff tariffwarmly he hewarmly hewarJnly
i warmly shares the views of his hi master masterCannon muterCannon masts r
Cannon and his fellowequerries Meecrs MeecrsPayne lteMrLPa Mccci s
Payne Pa n8 and Dalzell His large larg canning canningtactory canuti rig
factory in Utica has doubtless stiffened aUrrenedhll stiffen stiffenIII ed
hi hiS views as a to a schedule which will willguarantee willveranteo is III
guarantee a reasonable profit to Amer American Amerloan Ame Ameoan isin in ¬
loan l oan industries industriesIloowevelts IndustriesUOOIICcItI industriesltooaevclta
Iloowevelts Policies rollclesFRMB PoliciesJlrGIB
FRMB the DaUtmora AoMricaB AoMricaBPolicies Jr ricaa ricaaPOllclH S
Policies like products are usually good goocllthrousb go gothrough eel
through and through If they the are really rlIySOOd real Ily Ilyat r
good at all The croakers who were wereready w we rl rlrtl reho e
ready rtl to load l d tho responsibility for the thoalump t tslump ho 0
slump In the countrys countr prosperity upon uponthe uponthe up on onthe t
the shoulders of the President are no nolonger nolonger >
longer using this as a weapon of attack attackIt attackIt attec k kIt
It is impossible to do so in the light of offact offact offact f
fact It 1 II seen that had it not been for forhis torhll I or orhis f
his policies the country would have sut suterlKl a uf if ifbred
bred erlKl most grievously grlaou l from the situation situationthat situationthat aitutti on onthat 1
that brought on the panic This IB con oonceded en enceded
ceded by some of the leading financiers financiersand financlerand fluancie rs rsand
and business exports opartsAbo exportsAlso
Also bat Xot iot Likewise UlccTTlscFrom JJU LikewiseFrom cwbe cwbeFrom
From the N New ew w York Time TimeAt TJ TleacaAt tts ttsAt
At a recent meeting in Hampton one on of atthe ofthe if
the speakers told of a a colorot witness witnesswho witne ass asswho s
who was rebuked rebul < ed by the judge jud e for the theconstant thoconstant I ho hoconstant 0
constant repetition of the phrase also alsoand allOand a Inc Incand
and likewise Ukcwl e Now judge replied the thewltnMII I h hwitnece
witneen theres a difference between betwe en
those words Fee gwino to aplain Yo o
father was an attuny ttun and a great ono onowasnt oneunt ot no nowssnt
wasnt unt he The
judge assented some somewhat 8m 8mwhat tie tiewhat ¬
what placated Woll judge yes an at attuny 31tun attuny
tuny tun also but pot not likewise See See judge C
The phrase fits the popular estimate of f
Mr RooBOvlt and his probablosuccossor or r
The former Is a radical the lattor also a iso °
but not likewise
SOLITUDE iSOLITUDE SOI SOLlTUDETo i ITUDE j
rTo r S
To sit L oo rocks to nawo maiM ow 0 flood nod flU
To Tetlewly slowly 1J trace the forests fortlt ffcadr acme fC8Be
Vftna things that Am vu na neat doralukm doml dwell I
Ated mortal foot hAth mrr lie or raid ra nasty been
Tft dkab the tncktcM mount mmmtalas iw all umtce H8
With the wU wild ctkf5ec floct U t t aetcr J1ft Modi a fold
Alone e otr ste 1tetp5 Meat p and fqunins I fall faHa to l lan an n
TIM fe not soHtwIe Us belt to held heldCottwrse boldCossearse
Cottwrse with Natures trca charnw and
view her storea a aaaroUtd at nes a
unroJIwL aaroUtdBat umuliedmidst
B Bat t ralo midst > t the
cfowd the tea the shock of f men men
To hear to a e to feel f tel l and to 0Aad POMMO poeMecAnd
And ream alone the worlds fOrkl tired denizen dtalzraVlh denizenDone
Vlh none who o Wo blots us U muse hem ire re can Moss I cm
aifcOons Wons of jptewtor dtriokit shrinking from dlKiesst diMxeseiec l
XOB XGflC ec < that with kindred coatciotisneM sneM endued end enduedIf od
If we were Mi would ream to smile tho Jew JewOf JessOC leasall
Of all alltbt U that t flattered tiered folen fo1lewed l dt sought aoulObt and sued IU ene I I
This is to be alone alonel tbi thIs thls this is solltadol solltadolLord
Lord MD Brron lftrc ixi
POmTICAUSOSSIP POmTICAUSOSSIPWhy POCITICAL P GOSSIP GOSSIPThy GOSSIFWhy
Why Thy was there no noattempt attempt to stam stampede stampede ¬
pede ped o the Chicago convention for Rooso Roosovolt o ovolt
volt vol t Because tho the allies wore no less lessalert lesaJ
alert aJ rt than the steamroller crowd to pro provtfnt prov
vtfnt v vsn nt t it It ItThero
vsnT
There T here were man U n in that convention un wnterably unalterably
alterably alt terably opposed to Tan who went to toChicago toCblcngo
Chicago Ch icago determined that that whatever whot or hap hapP
ponod P pon od the ronomi ranomlnation nation of Roosevelt Rooseveltshould Roo evelt eveltsbould
should sho uld bo circumvented at all hazard hazardThey haardThe
They The Th Thtal ey would take Taft if compelled to totako totako
tako tal ee him and run the risk of Bryan Bryanrather Bryanrather
rather rat her than permit the possibility of tour huryeaTS
years yea rs more of Jftooeevelt Roo evelt Their lh tr hostility t08UUtyto S
t to Roosevelt was deeprooted they ware woreImmo
i Immovable Immo Im Immo movable ble implacable They were hi himood Snmood
mood mo od for compromises ready to make makeany lMkeany IntLicey
any an ansta y sort of terms to preserve their party partstatUSaJ1Jthlng
statUSaJ1Jthlng sta atus anything that did not contemplate contemplatethe
t the th e renomlnatloa of Roosevelt There Therewas ThereWlta
was wa s but one Republican they hated more moreLa
La L a Follette and they classed Roosevelt Roosevoltand ROOli6VOitud
and an d La Foiletto together If they had felt telttoot
t toot th at Roosevelts nomination meant his bJaundoing
u undoing un doIng at rthe tth polls poll they would have ba ve veaMented
assented aes aesth ented to a stampede in a a minute but butthey butthoy
they th ey knew he h would win Dead aet et upon U1OI1II
Ida II complete elimination they made A ftshow a
show sh ow of o restating the steam roller to the tIM18t
last Ia t ditch and then accepted the linear of ottwo
two tw o evils oUsTatt oUsTattA Taft
J
A national committeeman who whowaa
v was wa s ever vigilant lant to prevent a t stampede ltamlkwhO
v whO wh ile combating eoMblt lq Taft Taft was v interrogated Snterroptedflr
g after aft er the struggle was over a as to the thechalrmananlp thecbalrman
chalrmananlp cbalrman ch chco lD Either Vorya or Hitch Hitchcock IDtcbooek Hitchck ¬
0 cock co ck will do 410 said ho he brusquely Any Anybody Anybody Anyy ¬
b body ° y will 111 do But no man who values ate 8Itlcal
Jj political po Itlcal reputation is going to take it itwith ItwUh
with wi th the present prospect of a a repetition fepodtloaor
fl or the UK 1 campaign campalnHal
Half Hal f a dozen men of note noteOie noteOiefrom one onerom S
f from fr frtw rom om Georgia one from the th Middle 1441e West WestS Nt Nttwo
t two tw o from the far West FMt one from New NewYork NewYork S
York Y 5 ork and one from New England had hadOOIeveit
I Roosevelt R OOIeveit speeches in readme rulnoe to fire 1Sreoex 1
o off oex of ofdi f if the opportunity offered But con conlitfons concUUona
litfons di tions never got ripe Lodge had his hllMIMI I
v MIMI he land ad on the lever Murray Marra Crane was wasonto a aonto I
onto o nto his job and administration men menaad menADd L
ADd an d antiadministration man generally generallywere generallTwre generallyere
were w ere in accord as to tar ta absolute abeoJutesfty aeces aecessfty neceaty
sfty s4 ty of preventing a stampede No friend trteDdor tnien I
of min mine will 111 undertake to stampede ta the theecmve
convention ecmve co coH nvention tJoa was tho alleged White WhluHouae I
I louse H ouse word constantly given out outVbMhor
Whether W Wp hether it was so or not so 10 it served its Itaparpo Its I
purpose parpoMany p
Many of the Republican leaders leadersthe leaderstile I
t the th e stalwarts aad lately numbered with withthe I
t the th e allies would be tickled half to death deathIf
i if Henry Cabot Lodge LocJ e would Ould take tak the theeamP 0 I
c campaign c cIa ID management Pie Jl 1s very 1 popu pupar
1 1ar Ia ar r with them If not Lodge Lod they would 1OtIWUke I
1 ike lI ke tt t see Beveridge made chairman He He HelOO
lOO to 00 o ie very popular with them If not notBeveridge no I i
Beveridge B evonidge tlw Loeb would suit them to toa t tnicety a I
a a ninety He is their joy forever I
II
J I
Ardent Roosevelt men menmany many of ofthem o oe f
them at any rate ratewho who stand for all he hehas it e I Ibaa
itS
has h am done who believe in his poUde and andwho S
who w 00 credit him with greater achievements achievementsthan aehtenmentJIthan
than t any an other President P t since Lincoln Llneolnare I
t are today tod freely expressing ex the opinion opIaloRthat opinloLat
that th at he made a monumental mistake In Inforcing I a aorcing I Itorclftl
forcing f the nomination of Taft They de deplore de deplore 5 ¬
plore pi H on o the partys account oa ROMe ROMevelt 5
velts velt v vm olts account and particularly and RoomI pri primarily primarll pcici I
marily marll m adly on Tafts account It defeat sboiiu sboiiucome abouIdeome shostome ci
come C ome in November they believe it will be beattributable beattrlbutable b
attributable a directly dfr < to popular resent resentment reRDtment ¬
ment m eat of the Presidents attempt to name namehis namebll nasa a
his h is successor Then that would Quld mean tbe tbeend Ut C
UtI
end e nd of Roosevelt and RooeevelUsm Roo In Indeed Ind I ¬
deed d eed many maa of these ardent Roosevelt Re He HepubllcaD Reubliesna 5
publicans p ubliesna already are regretfully toroed toroedto foIGfI4to torus 51
t to o believe that even now he te 1aCertain undone
Certain newspapers that tl are not notwell nc
well w ell Inform informed are insisting Idtlng that Jim JimSherman JimSIMtrma
Sherman S to a reactionary and that he hehas Ii C
has h as been ODe of the Presidents Prnt eat bitterest bitteresttoes et
ilitterest
foes f oes in Congress ThIS te not so 30 Shot Sherman She Sheman t ¬
man m an came out unqualifiedly Jly < for Rooee Rooaevelts Rooeenit
velts nit Y elLs renominaUoa months ago H He ad advoeated 4 1
vacated v It It It aot a a eloqueatly aDd per perstetently perUy r
stetently s Uy certainly a as earnestly eame tly and peri perilatently perl1lMentlJ pet N
latently i as did Hon Jonathan Bourne BourneHe BourneH Boun c
He H e appraised Roosevelt ss the party partybiggest partysMt a
partyn
biggest b iggest Mt asset His reoomination Sherman Shermanargued Shermanargued n
argued a would insure success at the polls pollsbeyond pollabeotM pot Ii
beyond peradventure aDd prolong Repub RepubIlcan Repub11eD a
Ilcan M ean control COD trot of Congress Maybe there therewas tberewu thee e
was something < of the reactionary in the theUtlca tbeUtica It 0
Ith
Utica man when be It came to dealing with withadministration wtthadlD1mtratlon wit h
witI
administration a policies but politically he hewas hewaa I I
IId
was a a Roosevelt Republican R8 through aad aadthrough aa4tllreu5b ax Id I
through t H He wanted him because beca axxc he hecould hecould I Iwin xc k
could win winSpeaking in
inSpeaking
Speaking of Sherman sneering sneeringallusions sneeringallualona sneerin 0 f
allusions a are made to him as ua a practical practicalpolitician praCtIea1poIlticIa prectic al 1
politician p olitician He te such That te the tb se secret se secret a 0 ¬
ait
cret c ret of hill popularity pot ularlty aDd his strength strengthOnly 8tre strengt th thani it
Only ani in cases of upheavals upbenJaboJODd buyoad human humancontrol AumtUlcontrol hums LII a
control can any an party get along a1 without withoutthe withoutthe witho ut t
the practical politician pollttc Sentiment Sentimentcount Sentimenteouat8 Sentitne at
c count for much but not for everything everythingOf g
everythiapfl
Of itself it seldom carries curl aa election electionSentiment elecUol1Sentlmeut electioSentiment pfl L
Sentiment was with Bryan in IS ISIS But Butthe Butthe B ut t
the practical politician was with wlt Mc McKinley llcKIDley M c
Kinley McKinley won of course Sneer Sneeras Sneeras ne nemuch er cer f
as much a as you like at the practical practicalpolitician practlcalpolttleiQJ practic a apolitician J
politician but he bell te an essential part of ofthe oCthe f
the political game and ever will be The Thetide Th Thtide I he
tide t i te running Bryaaward these days but butBryan butBryan b ut it
Bryan will need the practical politician politicianbefore poUtIcianbeCore politiciatbefore 11
before the contest Is settled As far racTartwell farTaftwell as asTaft
Taft Tartwell well if he can only get more of the thepractical thepractical t
practical politicians behind his h candi candidacy caadIc1uytnen cane 11 l ¬
dacy c1uytnen men like his runningmate runnln mate canen Jim JimSherman JimShermanIlk Jir n
Jiros
Sherman ShermanIlk hte chances will 11I brighten won wonderfully wonderfully we wederfuhly os t ¬
derfully derfullyTaft derfullyTaft derfuhlyTaft
Taft needs the practical pottddan la lahte lab18 Inbusiness a
hte business buatn
buatnThe
The Steel Trust Trn TrustFrom t tUte
From the PUtadtiphk p pReports hissed hissedReports
Reports of an International In terna tJa1 steel teet trust trustare trt sat satare tt
are probably true The combination may maynot JJMl JJMlnot in sy synot y
not have been effected but probably it itIs ItIs itis
Is in process of being formed Our own ownstel o in inSteel
steel trust t hag not suppressed 8ed but It in Ingreat ingreat n
great measure mea ufe control controla steel competition competitionat Ott Otthome n
at home ho In foreign market it 1 fa a acomp acompeticor
competitor comp Utor which hleb the steel Interests of ofEngland orEngland ofIgngland
England Germany G rman1 France and Belgium Belgiumflnd Belgtumftd Belgit sin sinlad
lad extremely inconvenient In Ger Germany Germany Ge 5 5many ¬
many the Keel men have formed a trust trustmore trustmore tnt tat tatmore 1
more powerful locally locall titan ours and andthe in inthe Inthe
the other European countries the steel steelinterests ateellnleresta ate ateInterests 1
interests are very much concentrated concentratedThat id idThat >
That they will all combine to suppress in IntwnaUonal International J
ternatlonal competition 16 more than th8Aprobable 0 an anprobable n
probable
Brockton Cocktail CocktntlFrom Cocktnlllrm Cocktailthe
From lrm the Bvffiue JCxstds JCxstdsWhen E EWbe xiwes xiwesWheat
When Wbe you ou go to Brockton Mas Mass be beware be beware I 10 10ware ¬
ware of the cocktails I drank four fournarrated fournarratvd tout r rnarrated
narrated William Havot in the Taunton Tauntonpolice Tauntonpol1ce Taunt tL tLpolice tt
police court and on my m way w wa home homelooked homelookecI ho sue suekg
looked kg up and saw a a herd of elephants o1opbantslftg olophat
Hying lftg on pink wings win with baby blue bluecors In Inone
car cors one eye o and pint pInl patches When Whenthey Whenthey Wit Witlit
they lit on the telegraph wires wilt s and be began began 1 begun ¬
gan to dance I got t excited and when whenI wit en enI n
I came to I was as in the station Never Neveragain Nevoraaln Net er eragain ir
again Brockton is a prohibition town townand town townand to ra raand i
and the cocktails are made m de principally prlnelp Uy of ofspirits otspirits ofspirits it
spirits of camphor camphorHostile camphorHostIlc
Hostile Houston HoustonFrom lIoutitonlIrGm Houston11rcm S
From the Ctaotaad OK Plain Dealer DealerIt D DIt DmleIt
It Is stated that at a recant murder murdertrial murdertrial mitre len lentrial
trial in i Houston nearly KO pistols wore woretound we ire irefound o
found on the persons of the lawyers Iw ars and andwitnesses anditneases a nd ndwitnesses d
witnesses It would seem as if the resi residents rllltdonts re 1 1dents ¬
dents wont WO t pretty heavily armed in that thatTexas tllatTexas U tat tatTexan t
Texas paradise paradiseUp
Up Goes I3ccf I3ccfthe hod hodum
em um the Houston Pott PottI
1 I Beef prices still soaring say sa the dis disttches Its Itsmtches
ttches Thank the good Lord that the theiwlngs t4eIngs tiexvings
iwlngs Ings of the spring chickens aro clipped clippedand cllpj ed edxnd d
and nd that the birds are roosting r > ostJng low
ON O < N MARRYING IN HASTE HASTEBy
f
By THE OPTI3IIST OPTI3IISTJune OPTIJ OPTI3IISTuno IST ISTJuno
June J uno being the month for brides it ItbrJngs
brings bri ngs with it the thought of o marriage marriageand marriagegiving
and giving in marriage It Is a subject of orvIta
vita vlt a4 importance and especially e P dally in the thecountry
country country cou t ntry where marriage Seem li eema ems to be betut
fast fas t losing lo it its character a u a a religious religiousceremony retlgloucceremonya religiousemonya
ceremony ceremonya cer emonya a sacrament sacramentand nd te being belnfconderod
considered con j sidered more as a5i a a legal process da d dstgnoo
slgnod sig ned for social convenience c nvteJtc We have havealmost
almost alm ost ceased to think as Milton did didthat
that thatMantes thatl1IlIII tha t
Mantes 1 arrsge k a solemn Urtwg g UM nHmIIIa rtnmhUaoi of
c CMtt chr ist MId Ilk came ar sad n i I V J It te vtost He Hetlae
tl the peaoos ant italy icltfigM mtb ios and w we know aU aUnercd aUtJ
nercd mer J ed tkiagt titia wt p ptrlenad ptrlenad8UIIK rf nntol nc d ttawMly stumr M a abt tfcer tfcerustac
ustac ss bt are NO way meceyuti to God te tbetr oat eMItward
ward war d ftmalh1 ftmalh1There
There te no problem proble that life offers offersin ottersIn
li in inso which the young cnuag folks should lad it
so > neoesamry to consult their parents as asthte uthll
thte thi s ope o > e of marriage We are in the themklut themidlft
mklut mi J dst of a rapid age e and our young youngsters 7OUngsters
sters ste rn are taught t t so quickly and their cur curriculum eurr1culum curulum
riculum ric ulum embraces embr ce such an inAnlte variety varietYoC
0 of things that were hardly dreamed of by
t the thewo past generation that it i Is small smallwonder natlwonder smellnder
v wonder wo nder that they think that wisdom is iswith Jawith
with wi th them rather then with their thei par parenU parmUt
e enU en ts The lad or las lass who fails taU to take takeadvantage takeadvaatage
advantage ad vantage of the command Honor thy
f father ti ther and thy mother in this impor importaut JmportaRt
taut te at step of o selecting eI8Ctln > a mate te very veryely
U likely Ukel lik ely to live to regret it it There Tberenothing te tenothing
n nothing no noqu thing in bookkDowllMl bookknowledge e that Will winquite WillqtUe
M quite qu qufa ite take the place of the experience of
l father fa ther and mother which lovingly will willcrystallize 1n 1nIIr1Ita1llze
crystallize j r itself into advice that should
if heeded heed keep many IINW young people off offthe offmatntmocia
t the Ib matrimonial rocks rocUTInII rocksTktH
TktH Th u suet rW Ma tirade eee poo die beds of platen mrs
Hanfed Jn bMte w we asajr y repeat at atMr Jrtatwe JrtatweMr
Mr Robert Louis Stevenson had some something something ¬
tl thing thi ng to say of this matter mattertim matt r rWIIaa
WIIaa W hen a horse has MID away and the two
u MmI tir tirisle ed III In the sir haft Mdt posseed thou thous
Mjj M m isle tim s of a eels r w know tbe tad of tint daataaee misses
jj anct aa aayca oswhiIstbedteb wfil ia So
UM dHa owbes wbto I las sw a ayomh alaS
yomh yca th and a sma sem lid Satrf itd aDd flddM in a aoanctec a S
oanctec di diend DCbIc ocht SMMUIB hit Into that acer ashes ooaMnct 1IId
a aDd aMtiag Ntt oat vpao Ufr Ufps Joatnty jEmn with idoM ao aoiiuaim 10L
m L iiuaim 4 eHvpoK dheap I cat not aotprtawl tiat tmrnt tmrntMake talas att t
at as Make shipwicck ipeseck but that any a COM to port
v Wkrnt W bat taw boy doea alwwt al proudly M Mprrounuo a adie assI
P prrounuo pt eesdhlb tat lb airi I sill abodder at as asvfer a awi assII I
rise Iet wka wi to bar r tile mtn comma ou same ef ofwill tactfct tactfcte
he e will n spit oat of hk awata oath UI M ahemftiL sstoi Tkcooca C
M awfa sar is a a ata of oootrarittira comn moat this i ifonoolh mm
Ste en theW tb way aDd taDtm eemtrv to loft to adt es esrct oClaIr i
ftIIpeCt fonoolh i iUBM aad lie re slus 1M C
UBM 55M 55Msh 1 arm to educate edQca
tile httle 1ittJea mta aDd wotD se I Ie
sh ho e shall tnoBetd to tarfr plans aad as iMrpkxfcfae iMrpkxfcfaeA Ipln Iplnpeat
A great deal Is I said about the divorce divorceevil dl dlevU
e evil ev il but there would be much k kne s ef 1
t this th is if It were ere not not in tbe fIrst place for
t the th e marriage nil and if that te to foia be beremedied beremedied be a
r remedied re medied 10 o that our social life Ill rony take takeon takeon takea
e on o a more healthful and hearty tone it itmust Itmat Ii L Lust
t must m ust be done through throu greater
mm care in inmarrying InJDalrJtba IT I
marrying m greater thought and care ear in inselection hr I II
selection MleeUooWhat s selectionWhat
What therefore there tore God hath joined to together to
J gether g etb tor let no man put asunder But Butcan Dutcan toI I
can ca n we say that God hath Joined to togetber to toetber
t getber g gy etber the foolishness looUabn of unguided unguidedyouth uncuJdedyouth unguldesouth toI I i
j youth y outh hath joined hotheao > d wlllfulaees wlllfulaeesto I Iunlitiseos
t to unfliaea ua so that the children of f auch aucha cud C
a marriage shall be perpetual discord discordand d1IIcordand I
and a nd hate As Disraeli said saideoauaoo kIto
los ansi marIna to n aDd tdda tddaI wtd a
t ben I iosmium di cet tile at lea leasam it
0 en eoauaoo sam k to tad tadprofooad ia mother beat a perfect lid a d
j profooad ir olcual cjnpattor to aaite ash ooea ODe on txktmee wtth wtthaonova aft h hoth
DCJtJIft n oth abe CUI sham aD tt joys gotten aU C a acit
aonova aid id all ka imjerts and eDIIIIIII remm sl ta aD O Ka Kaoam C
W oam a To sad roar y We bIt by each aa tote toteeac IIaeea th this
eac eea m is all to feel that jose kdhwaee am bteea bIeaa soeh soeha sea h
a Uf ISis hk lot k the aest wet afcfcw dMsi of dIshes lifts ajftsfame I
t ser p se ud man fame en acrer rf m mTHE l ka 4t 4tTHE el a
1
THE PRESS AND BRYAN BRYANHe
He H e Will VBI Prolmlily have Lena Sup Support SnpJOrt I ¬
port Than Any An Candidate CandidateFrom CantllcInteha
From Fi cm the Sprtegsdd SllrtadeldNoUg Itogaiiiitaa R5pI lIL lILNoting f fNoting
Noting the attitude of the Sa Eutelll t rn pre prewtoward pretoward peas SE SEoward
toward t the Taft nomination the New NewYork N Ne w wYork a r
York Y ork Tribune Trlbu sees Indications that the thenewspaper tbenewapaJHtr dx 5
i newspaper n bolt from Bryan will reach reachalmost r rent b balmoet
almost a the proportions propor ODa whfeh 1h it attained attainedin attalne Pd
j in Inc hi his two previous Nm campaign In this thiscity tht8city 01 Is
city c ity for instance 1uta ce it is probable that he hewill hewt11 it I0 I0ill
will w ill not have the rapport of a single singlenewspaper enwspaper pingI I
newspaper n It is Is indeed had < probable that the
Mr r Bryans newspaper support in the II
East E ast will be quite a as meager as It wae wa wen IIL5 L5
in i n UN 1 although no one could seriously seriouslycontend serious rtouab rtouabconte Li
contend conte c d that papers calling eaUtn tbemselvee them thosacelveemocratIc elvee elveeratte
Democratic D emocratIc ratte In party partyamuaUoM aUationc now have ba p palf B
j half h alf the Justification in opposing him that thatthey thattbey thi it t
they t hey had twelve years ago Yet faction factionalism 1 ¬
alism s ham and interminable feud have prac practteally pta4ai
tteally ai destroyed the ene of party al allegiance aiIeKlalte8 a angiance ¬
legiance I which formerly held party partypapen news newspaper 5 ¬
paper p to the support of distasteful nomi nomination noDdntlonL now nowations I 5I ¬
nation n ations In UK 1 Mr Bryan Bry had the sup support support eui ¬
port p ort of Hearst New Xe York paper but butthese butt be it t
these t are re e now in the service of the lade Independence ladepeRdence mdi e ¬
pendence p eadence League Lea e Mr Bryan in all allprobability aUprobabtUty a arobability ill 1
probability p will have comparatively leaneapaper lee less lessnewspaper a i
newspaper n support east of Ohio and udnorth ax 4 1
north n orth of Maryland iry and than any Presidential PraldentJalaJldldate ci i
c candidate of his party in MO year yearIf years yearsIt
If newspaper support settled the ques question q qur ea eaUOn 0 0ion ¬
tion l ion of popular success or failure of ofCCUIR i f
course nse the election would have to be re regarded re reprded r e
garded g arded a as already definitely settled But Butnewspaper Bi sit t
newspaper n support after a Presidential Presidentialcampaign PreakleaUaIcampaign Si 1
campaign c gets eta started te not necessarily necessarilya nececeant ly lyvital f I Ia
a vital factor Four year ago Judge JudseParker Judi e t
Parker had an exceptionally strong surv IUp IUppert au fr frtk
pert P 1 In the Eastern pree proeM In New York Yorkhe Yorkhe Yox Yoxe tk c
he h e was the candidate of the majority of ofthe ofthe I f
the t he papers of large circulation dre and strong strongviews stro strovleWL a aThe E
views The World Tune Ttme Poet and DdEacle as ad adC I
Eagle among others labored for hi his eJec eJecUon ele C
tion t ion yet Parker lost New Ne York State by bya b ba 1 1d 17 f
a larger plurality than Bryan BIT ever did didThe dl d
dlif
The support of an able prea had no ef e ewhatever if
feet whatever apparently in bringing bringli g gTttea Kctes
vote t ctes to the Democratic candidate cuclNatMI cuclNatMRelict candidateRelief I
Relief from Roosevelt RooseveltVtim Roo RooseveltY53se eelt eeltPYa
Vtim the Cbutcetoa News aad Oootar OootarWKen Cewi CewiWien
WKen en the Republicans in Chicago re removed x 0 0ire > i
moved the menace of four yean nI more moreof moreoC me meor ire
of ROOM Rooseveltlam ItI8m they accomplished for I or r
I
the country a noteworthy service for forwhich I Iwhich or r
which latch all American ctttaen should be bepatehal begrateful I
grateful and and moreover their gratitude gratitudeshould Pat1tude8hotI1d gretitu do doshould
should also be stirred toward tOwr Tbeqdore TbeqdoreRoosevelt TbeqdoreRooeevelt Theqels Ce CeRoosevelt
Roosevelt himself whose word te net netbroken netbroken a set setbroken I
broken who has not sought a anomination second secondnomination f fnomtnatlon
nomination that would have alarmed the theeober t he hesober
sober and rational I8 tlonal people of 0 the United UDtteclState Unit 1 1States
States and would have excited excited forebod forebodmy forebodIngs beebeings
Ings throughout the world world All 0 of ofmay us usmay
may look forward to the retirement of ofMr orr ofMr > f
Mr r Roosevelt on the fourth day of next nextdareb me nt ntMarch t
March with emotion of huge hue relief aad anclwI8h a itsI itsIwish 4
wish that his retirement may ma be happy bappypermanent hapi I Ipermanent r
permanent and complete completeThere completTherc completeThere
There Is Xo Panic PanicFros PanicFn Panicixen
Fros the Detroit Free Pre PreThere
There is no panic There is ao reason reasonto roan roanexpect on n
to expect one If such a contingency contingencywere conUngeacywere continges ci ciwere y
were imminent the beet and surest way wayt w ay ayavoid y
to avoid It would be to patronize the thebanks t be belea
banks instead of the broken teapots teapo hole holein holellIn ho hoIn lea
in the tit wall U old stockings or even safety safetydeposit 8aletydePNIt asic ty tydeposit
deposit boxes Deposit 8lts enable the bank bankto bJIk8to btx ike iketo
to loan aad such loans mean the ua up upholding up uphokl p ¬
holding hokl of all business the moving mo1n movingits of ofcrop otcropa pof f
crop included Depositors Dep have it within withintheir wttbtntheir with withtheir its 1
their power to kill banking credit but to todo todo 9
do so te very ery like suicide suicideJohn nleldeJobn suicideJohn
John 3Iltcliell8 DoomFrem BoomFrom Boom BoomFrom
From tbe Doabaa New NewThe NewsTb e eTb6
The Tb Democrat of Texas have started startedbOom szarts I a aboom abo
boom bo for John Mitchell for VIce Preei PrNident Pre sal saldent
dent Mr Mitchell wa WAS for year head of ofthe ofthe f
the miners union in America and te one oneot c meof
of the ablest bleat and best spirited men who whowas ho hoWU o
was WU over at the head of organised labor laborIn laborIn lab or orIn r
In Time of Peace PeaceProm PenceFJvm PeaceFism
Prom the Otrafcwd lisle Dealer DealerOne DeJkOne Dea DeaOne
One man IDen was killed and IM 1IIlajared injured dur during durI durIIng d sir sirlag ¬
ing the Ittd celebration of the battle of ofBuaker ofBunker f
Banker Hill in Charleetown Xaa aas last Jaatk i ast astwoolt t
weak k The casualties at these annual annualcelebrations 8lUMI1oelebraUO ann seal sealoelebratlons 1
celebrations 8 have exceeded those of the theactt1al theacthal
actual battle many time over overOnly overOnl overOnly
Only Onl Half huh Glad GladFrom GlaIrom GladFinn
From rom tb tM Donee Da Ness XnrcGov NenGov Ness0ev
Gov Hoke Smith says S he Is I about half halfglad it calf calfglad H j j81ad
glad that he vas as defeated d N1ted Still one can cannot c en ennot n nnot i
not help believing that he would bav ha habeen itt a abeen
been defeated wholly wholl glad had he been only onl half halfdefeated i saltdefeated If I
I t tAT 4AT
AT THE THEHOTELS THEHOTELSNothing HOTELS HOTELSNothing HOTELSNothing
Nothing can prevent the election of ofTaft otTaft oft
T Taft Taf TafDm t no matter who the candidate of the theDemocratic thoDtmoeraU thenocrat1
D Democratic Dm nocrat1 party prtT may ma be be said Judge JUdEf A AC A AC AKauman
C Kauman well known public man of ofCharleston ofarleston
C Charleston Ch arleston S S C at the Raleigh last lastnight 1astnight lastht
n night nightThe nightftae nig ht htrhe
The ftae pros press accounts or at least thomajority thomaJorl tho thejority
m majority maJorl ma jority ty of them have been saying there therewas therewas theres
was wa v s a lack of Taft enthusiasm enth at the con convention convention contion ¬
v vention ven < tion That is net correct Taft enthu enthusiasm enthutum onthunce ¬
gj siasm sta tum nce wa WI manifest and the chairman chairmanSenator chatrman chatrmanSeator chairmanator
Senator Sen ator Lodge who presided presldeclln in a a master masterful muterful mastermanner ¬
ft ful manner knows more than any an other otherliving otherI1Ying otherng
u living livi ng man that thft Taft enthusiasm ran high highthroughout highthrourrnout highroughout
throughout th roughout the entice convention I tray traveled tn tneleel trayd ¬
el eled ele d 1509 1 IJ mIles to be present at Tafts Taftsndminatlon T8tsnOmlnatlon Taftamination
ndminatlon no mination and I am now on my way wayback wayback wayck
back ba ck home making another anotber IM9 1 miles milesBusiness milesBualneH mitessiness
B Business Bu siness aDd financial interests would wouldrather Wouldrather wouldther
rather ra ther Me ee Taft elected than any one elso elsothey elsotlMy elsey
they the y have confideace oor ld9Dee in him and are con convinced convtneed conceeI ¬
vinced Yin > ceeI he h will give gtcy the country a safe and andsaae andsaae andne
a saae sa ne HdminUtration HdminUtrationJohamt dmln adminIstzidonohann n nJohansa
Johamt J Georg Sonuhmacteer manufac manufacturer manurncU1Nr manufacer ¬
turer tun er of woolen goods of Chemnitz Sax Saxony Suony Saxy ¬
ony on y Germany i is at the New WlNard Mr MrSehuhmacher Mrfkohuhmacher Mrhuhmacher
Sehuhmacher Se huhmacher Is no stranger in this coun country country counvisitIng ¬
try visiting hero every two years 0I3 when whenhe vbenbe whenmakes
he makes a a round of his customers customersSpeaking cuatomersSpeaIdo customerspeaking
Speaking S of business condition in Ger Germany Germaay Gerny ¬
many ma ny Mr lr Schuhmacher said the business businessoutlook buSinessouUook businesstlook
outlook ou tlook in the fatherland wa as getting gettingbrighter gettlngbrlgbter gettingghter
brighter bri ghter after ft many months of depres depression dtpres81tMt depream ¬
sion sli m la all n branches bnmch of industries IndustrieThe induetrleTbe industriesThe
Tbe The hard times in America continued continuedtbe continuedtbe continuede
tbe th e German have given us hard time timein Urn UrnI timesGermany
in I Germany But it was w not only 0D1 Ger Germany Gerny r rmaft7 ¬
many ma ny that wa WU affected I understand understandEngland understandBn understandgInd
England Bn n iand France and all other European Snropeaunations Europeannattona Iuropeantions
nations na tions were affected by the American de depression deThtnp doThings ¬
pression Things seem to b b9 getting bet better better bethere ¬
ter here and the consequence is a bright brighter brightoutlook ¬
er outlook abroad Business Dual relations be between between beeen ¬
tween tw een America and Europe are so inti intimate InUmate Intiate ¬
mate m ate that one country te i immediately af affected attectecl afeted ¬
fected fe eted by b the buaineas conditions of the theother theother theher
other otherI ot her herI
I am purprkKti to see HIlA la your American Americanpapers AmerIcanpapeq Americanp
papers p p that graft ratt has been discovered in inthe Inbe Ine
the th e German government navy JIlL yard yards I Idare Ie Ire
dare da re e say y there te 1 not a a word of truth in init InIt inAnd
it It And let me add that it Js my 1It firm firmopinion ftrmopbstoft firminion
opinion op inion this report wa WU spread by b English Englishintrigue XacUhIDtrltruea Englishtrigues
intrigue in trigues and government t agents a ts It has hasalways hasalways baaways
always al ways been England End plan to lower or orbelltUe orlittle
belittle be little German preatl prestige They stoop to tothe tothe toe
the th e meanest and moat despicable manners mannersin mannersba
in doing 0 so Why Because e they have havean haeaa haveidea
an idea that they can retard Germanys Germanyscommercial Germanysconamertial Germanysmmercial
commercial co and political progress PfOt relil in that thatmanner thatman thatanner
manner man mG m anner r that they the thereby will discredit cJMcreditHrmanT discreditermany
Germany G < ermany in the eyes of other powers powersThats powersThat powersats
Thats That Th ats the English method of fighting and andalways andIa andways
always Ia al ways has been understand in the se secret soet
cret Cr et and dark darkEmperor darkpCor darkEmperor
Emperor pCor William is aware of Eng Engndg ¬
lands la ndg true feelings teeU toward Germany G and andalthough andIthough andthough
although al alp though anxious anxious to preserve > jmee 9ace ce his hispatience hIspatIeonce hisatience
patience p atience has often ttcen tested to the thebreaking thebreakl theeaking
breaking breakl br eaking point It te not cur eur Kaiser who whosturbs
disturbs di sturbs the peace and equanimity oC Eu Europe Europe Eupe ¬
rope ro pe it te Edward Ecl aZd the English King Kingaad
aad his subsidized press PI and secret agents agentsand qentsDel agentsprovocators
and provocators who are keeping the theworld theWOrld theorld
world w orld in Inh a continuous mental uneasiness uneasinessGermany uneu1a uneasinessdoes 8s 8sGftomany
Germany does DOt fight that way We go goahead goaIMad gohead
ahead a head ad if England finds 11mm pleasure In Inher Inher int
her t mudslinging campaign it is her own ownaJCalr owntair
aJCalr s aJCalrGermany tairGermany
alCatrG
G Germany will have a powerful modern modernaavy DIOd modernavy rn rnnaY
naY n avy before tore many DIU years sad the whole wholeworld wholewortc1 wholeorld
world w orld knows the German Ge army We are arenot areftOt areot
not it ot afraid of England Russia R and France Francecombined rranc rranceobiDed Franceombined
combined c we are not as isolated d a u they theyare theyMebyhag theytrying
are Mebyhag as trying to make the world believe believeDiscussing belle belleDhleuulD believeDiscussing
Discussing < introduction o 0 physical JJh7s1 physicaluitare al alcultwe
culture c m ha the public schools 8Choo la the coun country country consry ¬
try t ry Dr William N Mueller M of San SanFrancisco SanlrallCleco Sanrancisco
Francisco F who te registered re ed at the Ar Arlington ArllDgtoD ArzxgtoD ¬
lington li zxgtoD slid who te on hi J way v y to tbe tbetatemattonal tbetatenlattonal theistrnatIou1
tatemattonal I turaerfeat teat ia Frankfurt FrankfurtGermany Frankfurtceid kturt kturtaeraay
Germany said last night that the public publicschool publicIJC publicchool
school IJC s system of the United States before beforemany beCorey beforeflity
many s y years e would undergo a complete completechange completediance completehange
change changeToo dianceToo c hangeToo
Too much attention has been paid in inour Inour inur
our o ur schools to studies stud which are of lit little
tie 0 practical value val to the child m In after afterrL
years y rL g Latin and Greek are all well wellenough weileno1lCb weiInough
enough e for certain special studies but it ithi Itill IthUe
hi of ° little practical value for anybody anybodyWhy azaybtIyJa anybodyWhy
Why Ja not teach Spanish or German or orFrench orFreach orrench
French F rench in the public schools schoo instead lnatsad of ofdead ofdea41 ofead
dead dea41 d ead languages We W need Spanish scnol acbolani scholra
are n ra now since we w have hav minions of Span Spanlabspeaking Spanpeople Spanbisspeaking
labspeaking I people under the Stars and andStrIp andtripes
Stripes S tripes Then are millions of Germans Germansi
in I n this country who are engaged In burl bUi1In burless
ness n ess and it would be Infinitely tn nl1e1 better for torour forur
our o ur children to learn German than waste wastetheir wutetMlr wasteheir
their t heir valuable time with Sanscrit SanscritAnother SaMentAnother SaugerttAnother
Another change chan will be the general in IntrootKtloa inrodurtlon
troductlon t ia the public schools 1a of trade tradedepartments tradede tradeepartments
departments de d partmenta where opportunity opportunlt to given givent n nt
to t o the boy or girl to prepare herself for forthe forhe
the t he future and earn m her own ow livelihood JlnllhoodTrades livelihoodTrades
Trades should be taught in the schools sdoolor
or o r at least the fundamental principles of ofmechanical otmectumleat ofmechanical
mechanical trades tradeslOIttar tradesMmtay
Military discipline and physical cul culture eulure
ture t ure should also be made part of the thepubUc thepublic
public school curriculum The first neces ecellt7 neceesltyisastmngantlbeslthybody >
sity sltyisastmngantlbeslthybody t7 te a strong and healthy body After Afterthat Atttrthat Afterthat
that has been accomplished the mental mentalstudlea mentalstudIes
studies go twice t1 as easy Military dis disctpMne d8ctpllDe dtscipitne
ctpMne will teach the child obedience o and andat andat andat
at the same time will w l aleo teach it to tocommand toeoV towhen
command eoV when necessary it will help to totram totrain totrain
train the mind m lld to make more systematic systematicuse
use of time and all other opportunities opportunitiesThe opportunttterIM opportunitiesme
rIM The Japanese of edToday today said Dr F FQ FQ FQ
Q Monroe omoe of Chicago at the Shoreham Shorehamlast saorhamJut Shorebantlast
last night are a a mixture of Mongolian Mongol1an1Dva Mongoliannvaders
invaders I ers Malaysian and Negrito settlers settlersr ttlers ttlersIn
in the south and a small tincture of ofAryan ofAryan ofAryan
Aryan stock o probably Persian with a ablending ablead1ag ablending
blending of the original AlDus whose whosewomen whosewomen hose hoseWODelt
women were captured by b the Yamato Yamatopeople Yasnatopeople
people sad who came about 20W dOG or more moretj moreju
J ju tj r ago and occupied the fertile alluvial alluvialvalley 8l1u1aloC alluvialof
valley of Central Japan These Th Yamato Yamatopeople YamatoPfOIIe Yamatopeople
people were largely Mongolians ltIOJ1 UaDil from fromAsia tromA fromAsi
Asia A Asi but their leaders were undoubtedly undoubtedlyf undoubtedl undoubtedloi
of Aryan Arya stock judging J from the facial facialcharartertllt facialcharacteilaticl
characteristics charartertllt f pC > t the day cla images found foundIn foundin
In the ancient stonewalled grave e chain chamber chainhers
hers ber of o the chief chiefDr chlef chlefDr chiefsDr
Dr Monroe said that the prehistoric prehistoricJapanese prehiotorlcJpaDeM prehistoricJapanese
Japanese Is not the Japanese of today todayany toda todaany todayany
any more than the prehistoric preb American Americanthe Ammanthe Americanthe
the aboriginal Indian is the American of oftoday orto oftiday
today He has wholly w different skull skullformation skullformation
formation and features Dr Monroe based baaedbill basedhis
bill discoveries OR eighteen bteen years eers of pains palnstaklnl painstaking
taking work in Japan JapanStandard JapanStnnclnrd JapanStandard
Standard OH Victory VictoryPbMt YfctoryP Victorythe
PbMt the Woreeetw WOIUIIftThe TeHgraaa TeHgraaaThe TolsseomTh
The Th eight Rhode Island delegate con controlled controIlecl controlied ¬
trolled by Senator Se tOr Aldrich of Standard Stan4ardon
Oft t notoriety went over to Taft early 6rl 6rlTb earlyThey
The Tb They were claimed by the Taft tabula tabulatoss
toes 8 several weeks before the u delegatewould delept9woulcl delegate delegateswould
would admit they were Meto to vote for the theOhioan theOhtoen theOhioan
Ohioan Before the balloting was over overthe ove ovethe overthe
the head of tbe th Standard Oil banking banktnghoose bankinghouse
house in Wall street and a vice president presidentof presidentthe
of the Taft League telegraphed con congratulations congratulations eongratulatlons
gratulations to Taft Are we going to to10M tolose
lose that 29009038 ooCIOI The ways 3S of reform reformand retoma1HI reformand
and of graft are not always clear until untilafter untilafter
after the voting But not until recently racentlYany
has s any one had tbe nerve to label that thatrt thatt thatsort
sort rt t of politics righteousness righteousnessA rtghteousa rtghteousaI rtghteousaA I
S A Faithful Servant ServantEms 5erTnntFam Servanty
Ems y tb the nankbW n Patriot ratttotTbe PatriotThe
The plaint often hoard that a domestic domeUe domeUelernDt demonicservant
servant no matter how faithful and ef eF eFclut efacient
flclont she may m be be ie S never appreciated appreciatedIn
In tills Country untry te 1 very well answered by bythe bythe bythe
the fact that t t the funeral of o Jane Shee Sheehan Sheehan Sheehas
han who had been Itcen for t vontyflva < rears rearsmaid ears eusmaid earsmaid
maid to Mrs Y De Grass Fox of Philadel Philadelphia Phl1adelphla PidladelphIa ¬
phia was attended atttD ed one day this waok by bymnny bymony
nvmy of oCthe the most prominent and Innu InfiunU influntll
nU ntll l men and women WOI 611 of the dty fy who ho hocovered f floered
covered her coifln with wltkl1owars flower and andshowed
showed evmences of sincere s1ncer sorrow over overher OUher overher
her death

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