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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, February 14, 1909, Second Part, Image 13

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Baron C Otto ttho Ton i Schiller Nowjii Now NowIn Nowin
In Prison Hospital HospitalKNOW HospitaIKNOWN
Member o of Engineer Company at ntI atGovernors t tGovernors
Governors Island Has Ha Interesting InterestingCareer InterestingGareer Interestings InterestingCareer
I s
Career In South Africa and CanadaHaa Canada CanadaHas CnnadnHas
Has Documents Attesting to All lieSays He HeSays
Sa Says Regarding Family History HistoryNew HistoryNew HistoryINew II IISa
hosI hosIItal
New York Feb 12 1IA It Is the prison hos hospital hosgital ¬
pital on Governors lafead I awaiting awaitingcourtmartial awaitingcourtmrtial awaitingcourtmartial
courtmartial for deserHua from Company CompanyE CompanySesund
E Ii Second Battalion B + utzfoa of eCBarea Bagteeers is isBarea isHama
Barea John Je sn Joseph tic Otto OtteSchiller v vSchiller vem vemfscbtIer I
Schiller direct desceadeat do ceada t through iWe iWegeneratiGas ve vegenerations vegenerations
generations of the poet SebTOer He is isknown IskMwn isknown
known hi k United States army drdes as asPrank asFraak asr
r Prank rank GoetheThe Goethe GoetheThe GoetIteThe
The baron baronbe be te scanty tweatystx tweatystxbut twentystxbut twentysicbut
but pewerfulty built bast and M well educated educatedIs teaied teaiedIs
Is in ranch mac b the same sam postekMt positiea as aa tbs tJItiMMIt man mantTitbout moantvlthoutt
tTitbout tiMMIt a coati Stace foe the the11eat beirten beirtenlaeat batrfehraest
laeat of Us ls hxaatabec gra b4 d 2dter 2dterin feer fwwt Hanover Hanoverin Hanover HanoverIn
In EK Ute von Scholars Scidii ts have lived mostlyIn mostly mostlyin stb stbin
in London LeadeRHe LoadsHe LondonHe
He Jeught under 1JIIdPrLont Lord Strsiboons at atFaardeburg atp8UfIeburg atPaarieburg
Faardeburg Before the United States Statesgovernment StalesgOYerDment Statesgovernment
government forces CeE sot busy to Panama Paasrnathe Panamathe PItthe
the young ng man seeking bit future ia iaAmerica ItsAmed mJB8Ik1l
America Amed a Joined the th French caaat ea cant en engineers engI ea1neers ¬
gI gineers gineersAt 1neers 1neersAt
At the close e of the tiH Botr war he returnedto returned r8Ulmedto
to Guelph Gu < lph Ontario where he b had en enlisted 0011s onlisted ¬
listed in the Canadian Mounted X RMemea RMemeaand RIAeM8aand IliAenaofaand
and received frovi the th8meat Canadton govern government governrncot ¬
meat a grant of 320 1 acres bi the Nsribwest North Northwest NorthWSt ¬
west he h says yt appreehtdoa doa of his hissplendid hissplendid
splendid service in h Soufh AfricaThen Africa AfricaThen A1rIcaThen I
Then he came to New York joined joinedthe jaiIIetile jolaeithe
the engineers and finally fled to Xoatres1 Mba Mbatreal 011 011tre
treal 1 He surrenderee surre der8ill himself b three daysbefore days daysbefore daysbec
before bec Christmas hrl tlDU while a guest a at the theHolland tIteHelland theHolland
Holland House HouseA HouseA HouseA
A Remarkable CollectionBaron Collection CollectionBaron CollettJoDBaron
Baron von on Schiller or as be prefers to tobe tobeknown tobe
be beknown known Frank G0etbe9has a remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able c ctItCt1on Ilrctlon of old court documents documentsThe 4ocamelltsTbE documentsThe
The records re > cordc and Tetters of patent were reeveturned wereturned wereturned
turned over to the tIa young y g baron wires he heleft 1teleft beleft
left nome and wtth w th them the great gr sealof seal sealof HILIof
of his family granted nted to his most notedancestor noted aoteQancEstnr notedancestor
ancestor the poet SeMBer by Emperor EmperorJoseph EmpecerJOSfph ErnpervrJosrph
Joseph II as a reward for genius gantogStrangely g98lusStrangely geniusStranger
Strangely enough en he speaks speabfectly Engttsfc per perfectly perfectly ¬
fectly and know very er little of German GermanHere GerMaRuHtre GerafanThere
Here are dornments nmea i enough eaa oemgh gta if itWisih you youwisih yerrsrfatic
wisih to learn l a my mta name sod aa + d that of my myfamily DIJami1y myfamily
family he said today These papers papersstow papensit papersshow
sit stow w that my grandfather gnndfattlerOttP Frfedrich FriedrichOtt FrfedrichOttr
Ottr Ott > von Schiller was the grandson of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great poet I did aot as use my right rightBajri IIgbtDam rightnone
none Dam when enlisting as I wished to con conceal CODcea conceiII ¬
ceal my my identity identityTm identityloom identityIm
Tm Im mighty m1 htysoJTY sorry I ran away hut I Itree IW88 Iteas
tree ill distressed d and disappointed ted I Ireturned Iret1lrned Ireturned
returned voluntarily and oul aurrandared aurrandaredThere atrreadecedThere ace4 ace4e
There e is no peer foe foea a deserter I re remalajed ree 18 18mdIted
e malajed in practical sacfeashm EB a ur h at at UK SH SHtaad IIN1 IIN1Iead
taad House e before alvma pelf pelfman up upEvery apI apIEvery
Every man I met I auapecteji 1RIIIPCct as an ancer offi officer eaiRcer ¬
cer 0 XA XAYoum be beYotmg i iy
Yotmg Youm y von on tyOfn the tbeo wtfrtteti 1Ii Jtld at atleast atle atleast
least st forty old uutnmMrts t ranging rasgi from fromHU trIii fray1r
HU 1r 4 u4 ieeoumfe 1 the birth bkt of von vonScMHorc vcmScIIIII vanScIecs
ScMHorc down to that of hfcfowu b V own btrlh btrlhia 1IL bLlbMI a am
ia Loa London a where his mother std lives livesA JmsA livesA
MI A Plea for Pardon PardonNearly ParlonearlT PardonNearly
Nearly aO am written Ia m German onen one onein eaein
in n English being a rftnuirVflble rrrtahtetloR suppUea suppUeatioa snppikelea
tioa lea to his King for pardon from the theyoung tlteO thepoeng
young O Dg barons grandfather trD Frfedrich Otto OttoTOB OttoVOR Ottovan
van Safer who had DeeR exiled from fromHa remw fromBaaever
Ha Baaever ver for bang outspoken when the thegreat Utegre thegreat
great lt Germaa empire of today was form forming femling forming ¬
ing Another was a permit granted to tohis tohis tohis
his grandparent to return to his home homefor homefoe bumsfor
for six mouths m 111 l AH of them are arestamped arestaMped aret areataaaped
stamped with the seals of kings and emperors em emperors emp9lWS ¬
perors and the seal of the von SeMI Sddl1ers SeMIlers Schttlers
lers after ritor the poet was knighted h also alsoappears aleeappealS alsoappears
appears on many of them themThe tIteaLfile themT
The T e von Sehfller coat of arms is a shieldembossed shield shieldembossed IeId8IRII
embossed 8IRII os ed with a falcon which is crowned crownedwith erowaedwith eroWJledwtttt
with a beln helmet helaet eet and two eagles wings wingsYoung wiDgsy wingsYooug
Young y CMIIIg von Schiller has the original seal sealand sealrecords seala4
and a4 records The keepsakes of his anoestota an ancestors anoest ¬
cestors were locked away until 1IfttIJwIleR yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen
when the young baron realising the sec setrlooaess secrkmuuess Iit4rl
rkmuuess rl fJ6 of his offense in deserting west westover WeRtover wentover
over them for the first time and discov dIsooYer dlseovered discovered ¬
ered their value One colored and torn tornrecords tornreaK tornrecords
records the birth of Otto Joseph Schillerin SdI ScufflerIB I8in
in 1WL 1 lw The TheGet poet Schillers death certifi certificate cortlAcate eortMcate ¬
cate is also among themI them
1 I only hope my superiors find it pos perstale possible pGto ¬
stale to be lenient with mer me me he said saidIf saJdIf saidH
If If I have 1t o offended ended gravely it was be because 9 9C8 lfeonse ¬
cause I did sot want to enter the armyas army armyas armyas
as a bare baron The poet Goethe and my myancestor mynDOe5 myancestor
ancestor were contemporaries and what whatwas wiIatWU whatwas
was more natural than that I take tak his hissame lisame hispane
same ame 1 1PITTSBURG
Thirty Residents of Spokane Axe AxeBated AreRated ueRated
Rated as Millionaires MillionairesSpokaae JlllllonalreliSpokaAe MillionairesSpokane
Spokaae Wash Feb 11 13Sp Spokane and aadthe andthe andthe
the district tributary to it will rival Pttts Ptttsborg Plttsberb PlUsberg
borg in a few years if it continues to tosnake tonakc tomake
snake raiittoBtUres at tee t e rate It has sinceI9i7 since since9Ii
1987 According to a compilation by a alocal aJOCIil alocal
local newspaper wspaper there are thirty rest raaldeais restdents I IdeDts
dents with 3COMM 1t rouet er more to their theircredit theircredit bellcre
credit tt fortyfive fortY ve are rated In the illtOO illtOOc ii1R100 ii1R100are M QQ QQclass
PS c class are se aDd m are placed ia the SI SIciassiAcation S Stfe Stfeclassification Iiii Iiiiolassldcatjos
classification There are also O more than
BOO in the UiiGOO m 0 oolsmn oolsmnMoat ooimanYost ooiumnMost
Moat of this wealth was produced Inthe in iathe inthe
the mines forests and wheat belts in iaNorthern InNorthern inN
N Northern rtbern Idaho Eastern Washington WasbJagtonaad Wasbingionand Washingtonand
and Southeastern Seuth British ColemblaOthers Coiurabia CoiurabiaOthers a aJtars
Others Jtars amassed od fortunes ia real estate estatespocutetioes estateaDd estatesipocahatiuas
spocutetioes aDd commercial gaancialend gaancial fiaeaaialPad l le1KI
end tedastrial enterpdses enterpdsesScores enteIlhLcesSe enterpisesScares +
Scores ns of fortunes have been dug out outof outof oate
e of the bilis m In the Ooeur r d dAlene Alone e sometimes some sometimes scDetimes ¬
times referred ret rTed to as the millionaire fac factory tactoIY fact ¬
t tory and much money has also been beealaode beenID8de beenmade
made by mea aad women WOID D who had the theforesight theforesight theforesight
foresight to buy cheap lands In what whatare whatare whatare
are now the irrigated fruit belts and andbonanza aadbeDaRa sadbeaaae
bonanza wheat t ranches hi Eastern and andCeaaxl aDdCeatud andCeattaal
Ceaaxl Washington Holders s of timber timberlauds timber11mis ttatberlands
lauds also realized heavy on investmentsrRTTT investments InTestmeDtsBILL investmentsBILL
Portland Burglar Adds Insult to Indsy In InJn IniU
Jn dsy y in Note ote He Leaves LeavesPortteud LeaesPort1aM LeavesParilaad
Portteud Me Me Feb 13Sgnlog 13 Signing bis biscame hisnaml bisr bisframe
r came as am Bill Sykes to a sttrcastic sttrcasticnote SreaSt1cDot senrastlcnote
note Dot which he left a burglar raa raasacked raasatked ranr ransacked
sacked the th house of TVIUard WI1Jar C C Carney Carneyinspector Carneyinspector Carneyfnspe
inspector fnspe < tor of the board of health early earlytoday earlytda earlytoday
today tda and took all the wearing ap uprel apjrrirel app3el
jrrirel rel he eould find SiDd besides eating a lot lotcf lotcf lotcf
cf food and carrying oft G still more ia I a abasket abasket abasket
basket basketThis basketThis basketThis
This is the fifth robbery of this t ls kind kiadtrttbic klDdmtbln kindwithin
within the past sb sfa weeks but te this thiscase tb1scase thiscase
case the burglar was more deria daring than thanbefore t tbefore thanbefore
before He went dirsc directly jr Iat late the UteIn ream reamI room rooml
l In > which Mr Carney was sleeping aad aadstole aadstole andstcio
stole from the chair beside the bed thect the tbeclothes thec
clothes c ct es of which Xr r Carney Carn Y had di diTasted dfVtlld dlsarted
Tasted himself the night before
As 111 result of injuries J urfes Montana statesman tnt mzm Is using crutches He fell aboard aboardh nboardtbi aboardthe
the < h liner Lncania Lu la and injured Ills les J lei
President and an His Family Preparing for Their Theiri TheirDeparture
i po j jDeparture tJJepartur
Departure fo to Oyster Qy ter Bay Bay EayHome Home I
About AhQ tire orty WAle ara ts that the theReo UteR theRoeboveits
R Roeboveits Reo NtKs are bPOekteg 5 up houeelBeep houeelBeeph boeeekoepMg
Ias Mg h g te is w be > be found to the temporary tempecarygrand tempeal17paDC1 temporarygrand
grand grand stands standi now being erected on both bothstdee taotbsWa bothsides
sides of Bemt Avanla YaaIa aveaue m Iii front of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the White Rouse says ss ys the Wasshtegton WasshtegtoncorreapoudtMit WsbIngtonoorrespondot Taeld gtoa gtoaeorT
correapoudtMit eorT to the New York PostFreIIl PooFreni Post PostProm
Prom his offlce windows Mr Roosevelt Hooseveltcan elt eltcaa
can see the carpenters carpe at work and hear beesthe hearthe JMrme
the sounds of their hammers and saws sawsAnother s sawsAnother ws wsADGtIIer
Another raaa perbape might A dpbmeal d those thosepnysaeal theseptMaydeal
pnysaeal praparatioBS pr to welcome the theeommg tJteeoadag theOng
eommg eoadag guest yeariae esrla oa his nerves Bet Betaot ButDOt Britaot
aot Mr Ro Roesvete 8lelt rent His ns thoughts are ail aflof allof
of Africa and the wild beasts beastsWhite bA bAWbDe beastsWhile I
White the reviewing stands are areup going goingup goingup
up outside the White House the packers packersare pekMSlC packersare
are just as busy inside Ail Ute Roosesat Roose Roosevelt RooseTeAt ¬
TeAt Impedimenta are being beta put m Ia Iabig pack packing picktag ¬
big cases to be seat to Oyster Bay BayThe BayThe BarThe
The rooms used by the President are be being De DeRag belog ¬
Rag stripped of boxteg G gloves books sin sfagJesticks siagtesticks singMstick
gJesticks stuffed animals and birds birosgymnastic blr birdsgymnastic 6 6gynmastic
gymnastic apparatus original drawings drawingsof
of newspaper cartoons and presents ofone of ofoae ofooe
one sort or another from monarchs aad aadrulers aadrulers andrulers
rulers and celebrated personages The Tbeiwhote Thewbok Thewhole
whole makes an a amazing Dg assortment assortmentThe aseortxneattbe aseortmeatThe
The The President has added t to his Met lof lofpersonal of ofpersonal o openo
personal peno poaaeeaiop II J1 oa since he came ea rate ratethe katthe latothe
the White House despite his practice ofrefusing of ofrefusing ofref
refusing ref siDg gifts from persons be did not aotknow netknow
know personally His books pictures picturesrifles pIct1Ir pictaresr1Aes
rifles shotguns whips spurs and sad caddies saddles sddies ¬
dies are nearly ready for shipment shipmentThe shipmentThe
The Presidents ° s sPersonal Personal Library LibraryThe LtbraryThe Llbr1X7Tbe
The books that are being taken from fromtbe fromthe fromthe
the shelves 5 elT9S ia the study Just across the theban tlte8B thehail
ban from the wide stairway win not notbe notbe Betb
be replaced with copies for the Ute1lSe use of of3ir tXr ofMr
3ir Taft The Presidents library the theoae theORe theone
ORe he has kept keptO for immediate reference referenceand referenceaDd referenceand
and reading has bees largely a natarlibrary nature naturelibrary
library There were essays ess and histories historiesaad historiestad historiesand
tad poetry and some action on the theshelves thesitehes theshelves
shelves of course but most of the books booksof booksof booksof
of this kind were kept elsewhere in the theWhite thewaite theWhite
White House for Mr Roose Roosevelt sit seemed seemedto
to feel that from Burroughs and Thoreau Tboreanand Thoreauand Thoreauand
and Wilson and Audubon and Frank FrankForester Fran1cFor FrankForester
Forester For Ster he could get something of the tbeoutdoor theoutdoor theoutdoor
outdoor life he craved cr ved while restrained restrainedwithin restr3iDedwithin restrainedwithin
within the th four walls of a room And so sothe sothe sothe
the nature books b were wer his close com companions c cempaalons m mI ¬
panions paalonsThe panionsThe p lons lonsThe
I The cartoons and there ther must be twen twentyfive tw twentyfive n ntYAve ¬
tyfive or thirty of them them that nave have had 1
places of prominence promln nee on o
low bookshelves may have places s equany equanyconspicuous equally equaJlyeonsplcuus equallyconspicuous
conspicuous in the big room wmch hl h the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President has made his own and whichopens which whichopens wbl wblopens
opens directly from the main hall in theOyster the theOyster theOyster
Oyster Bay home h These cartoons ns are areprized areprized areprized
prized by Mr Roosevelt above many of ofhis oflals ofbin
his more costly belongings They are areamong areAmOIlg areamong
among the few presents be has con consented CODse consented ¬
sented se ted to receive receiveTbe receiveThe receiveThe
The cartoons are original drawings and aadsome andsome andwane
some of them were weresent seat to the PresIdent PresIdentat
at his request after be bad d seen seen the re reprodttctkms re repro reproductions
pro In the newspapers or maga magazines meganines ¬
nines aDd had been struck by their artlsdc ar artistic arworth ¬
tistic worth or by their humor It Isperhaps is isperhaps
perhaps hps needless Bee to say y that all of them themare themare
are Roosevelt cartoons aad that all of ofthem ofthem
I them show evidences of ha ag been beendrawn beendrawn
drawn ia a spirit of adm a admlrat mtn iln el f the thePresidents tilePr6sWents thePresidents
Presidents endeavor eRde VO for the uplift upliftCostly uplUtCosU upliftCostly
Costly CosU Gifts Refused RefusedTbe RefusedThe RefusedThe
The President has refused to receive receivegifts receivegifts receivegifts
gifts of great value since he has comeIto come coaaelate come11lgh
late high office The T le meaning Jile lng is that he hehas 1Iehas behas
has deenaed edIned gifts fts of high Intrinsic value valueThings val1I val1IT1dugs valueThings
Things have been given that money can canaot canBet cannet
Bet buy at least from him Many Ma 1y au authors 8 8tlI9rs asthere ¬
there have seat their books b ks with their theirautographs tbelrautographs theirautographs
autographs inscribed These almost ia iavariabiy invariably Javariably
variably have ave beeR taken and in nearly nearlyevery nearlyevery nearlyevery
every case there has been a return giftof gift giftof t tor
of a copy i PY of one of the Roosevelt books booksgenerally booksgenerally booksgenerally
generally T The e Wilderness Hunter for forby fwby forby
by this work Mr Roosevelt sets much muchstore m8chstore muchstore
store storeWhen storeWhen
storeWhen When James Madison MsHs R succeeded Thom Thomas Tbomas Thomas ¬
as Jefferson as President on March 4l 4 4ISM
ISM 1 the National XatdHgencer a few fetodays fe fedays fewdays
days before inauguration day coo
tamed this announcement oTJe The friends friendsof fdeAdstbe friendsof
of the present admtafsxsd admmis ratHBt n are reguested re requested re reqaeted ¬
quested to meet at at Mr Semmes Tav Tavera Tavera Tsvera
era OR nest Monday o evening at 6 oclock oclockto ocleckto
to take into esmi oomuderation eDIJ deratien the propriety proprietyof
of addressing atldreJS tg Mr Jefferson before he heleaves hef heleaves
leaves f il the District The Madison iaau iaausuration I leuguratioa U Utell
suration feB oa Saturday SatUl sy aDd subse subsequently subseQUeIItl7 subsequently ¬
quently the lateffigeneer Iat informed i ormed itsreaders Its Itsrenders itsr88
renders that the exchange of addresses addressesat
at Mr SemmeE s Tavern actually occur occurred occurred occurred ¬
red on the afternoon of inauguration inaugurationday mausuraUonda7 inaugurationday
day and was aa affair mIroC of great formal formality formalThis orma1Ity ¬
ity This is one inauguration ratlon custom customlong customlong
long alien into disuse which w lcb will not be berevived ber8IY8 berevived
revived for Mr Roosevelt s benefit benefitEvery benefitEvery benefitEvery
Every inaugural committee trios to tomake tomake tomake
make the inauguration taa ceremonies cereanOl under underits underIts underIts
its control more brilliant more coaspic coaspicnous conspicuous eonspfonons
uous nous bigger 1 and better in every way waythan waythu waythan
than preceding ones A onetime Wash Washington Washi Washingtoa ¬
i ington correspondent COIl e poncIent has resurrected afile a afile atile
file of the National Da1 InteHigeacer of ISW ISWand 1SIaDd ISIUand
and from it was drawn this account of ofthe oftile ofthe
the simple Madison inaugural inauguralThe inauguralThe tnaugura1The
The Inauguration of Madison lladlsonMr MadisonMr UndLsonxr
xr Mr Jefferson arrived in the Repre Represewtativs RepreMDtattv05 Repretentatives
tentatives HaIl that day at 12 oclock oclockMr oclockMr oclockMr
Mr Madison had left l tt his own house houseabort G Gabort aabort
abort time before escorted esco ed by troops ps of ofcavalry ofe ofcavalry
cavalry e valr1 and promptly at 12 oclock en entered entered entered ¬
tered the HaD attended by several Cab Cabmet Cab Cabioet Cabinet
met oScers and by Mr Coles the secretary sec secretary secreta17 ¬
retary of the retiring President As this thisgroup thisgroap thisgroup
group groap was introduced iDtr by y a committee committeeof committof
of tbe Senate Mr Mfliedge the Presi President President Preldent ¬
dent ppo tern tem left his chair conducting conductingMr rionducting rionductingMr onductlngMr
Mr Madison to it aDd then sat at theright the theright theright
right of the new President After Mad Madfeoa Madbad Madlieu
lieu bad delivered his speech the oath oathof oathof oathof
of office was administered ml by Chief Jus Justice Justie Justice ¬
tice Marshall MarshallOa MarshalLOa
08 Oa leaving Je vt the Capitol Madison found foundtiie foundthe foundthe
the volunteer militia companies of theDisiriot the theDistrict theDlstl1Ot
District nine In number drawn dm wn up be before be betore before ¬
fore hhia him Their ThelrJlaes Hoes he passed In review re review review ¬
view and aOOOIl on entering his hlscarrk1ge carriage was wasescorted wasesCorted wasescorted
escorted esCorted home In the same way as he hecame hecame hecame
came It does DOt notappear appear that he went wentto wentto wentto
to the White House or that Jefferson Jeffersonhad Jeffersonhad
had left it it Nor N r does it appear that thatthere thatthere thatthere
I there was any an parade down the Avenuesuch Avenue Aenuesuch Avenuesuch
such as now constitutes the great feature featureof featureof featureof
of an inauguration A large concourse concourseof concourselot concourseof
of ladies and gentlemen gen Uemen it is said B aid Jef Jefferson reterson Jefferson ¬
ferson erson among the number waited upon uponthe uponhe uponthe
the he new President and refreshments refreshmentswere refreshmentswere refreshmentswere
lot were liberally distributed The company companythen cOmpanythen companythen
then called on Mr Jefferson to take takelast a alast a atest
last farewell before his departure This Thiswas ThisWas Thiswas
was Was presumably pr sumably at the White WhlteHous House
Most Brilliant Function FunctionIn
I In the evening eveninga a great inaugural ball ballwas ballIWas ballwas
IWas was held In Longs Hotel described by bytie byt1Ie bytie
tie Intelligencer InteJ InteU1 enter as the most brilliant brilliantaad b brilliantand illIa t tand
and crowded crow ed f funCtion ever seen In Wash Washington WashIDgton Wash Washngton ¬
ington To it tbe late President as well wellas wellas wellas
as the newly Installed one and the for foreign foretgn forelgn ¬
eign ministers were invited those pres present preseat preseat ¬
eat reaching according acc rdlng to the veracious veraciouslateHfgeacer veraciousIntefigencer ctaclousInteHgencer
lateHfgeacer the th terrible number of t f 400 400That 400That 00 00That
That enterprising journal j urnaI recorded that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Madison M lsoo was dressed in in a full suit suitof suitof suitof
of clothing of American manufacture manufacturemade manufacturemade manufacturemade
made of the wool of merinos raised in inthis Inthis Inthis
this country IDs coat coati was from the theraaaufactery theDUln8actery themanufactory
raaaufactery of CoL Humphreys Humphreys and his hiswaistcoat hiswaistecMtt hiswaistcoat
waistcoat and small SJDaJlcl clothes t esfrom from that thatof thatef thaton
of Chancellor CbDceJlolL Livingstone Ingst I e the clothes clothesbeing clothesbeJngwe clothesbeing
beJngwe being we understand UDdersta severally presented presentedby presentedby
by these gentlemen g Dtlemen Here is anotherinaugural another anotherinaugural anotherma
inaugural ma ral custom which has b s passed out outThe outThe outThe
The old Presidents received inaugural inauguralgifts Inauguralgifts Inauguralgifts
gifts giftsThe
The carriage in which Van Buren Burenin BurenIn BurenM
in 3S37 was driveR was made out of the theold theold theold
old frigate Constitution and presented presentedby presentedby presentedby
by the Democrats of Now York At Wil William wnIiam WII11am ¬
liam Henry Harrisons HarrJ ons inauguration Inlbd in inlisa In1tiI
lisa 1tiI the general insisted upon riding ridingon ridIngon ridingIn
on his own white charger instead of ofusing ofusing r ruslAg
using aa elegant coach which had been beenpresented beenKSented beenpresented
presented to him by the Whigs of Bal Bali BaldlR Baldmm
i dmm tiraore re re It is doubtful d ubtf t if any article of ofMr OfMr ofMr
Mr Tafts will be the gift of anybodyThe anybody anybodyThe anybodyTIle
The public pubHcls is very much more sensitive sensitiveregarding sensitivereg8rdtng sensitiveregarding
regarding such things now nowthan now than it twas twasI was wasin wasIIn
I IIn in the days when Daniel Deni l Webster profited profitediso profitedI profitedso
I iso so greatly eat1y from the benefactions of his hisfriend hisfrIend hisfriend
friend Corcoran
Governor of Ohio Unpopular UnpopularTvitli UnpopularWitll Unpopularwith i
with the Party Part l Bosses BossesIGNORES j jGNOBES
MACHINE TS i iPeople I Ipeople
people eople of State Pleased by Hi His In Independence Independence ¬
i idependence
dependence in Making Appoint AppolntmCDtsTaot AppointmeatsTact Appointments ¬
ments mCDtsTaot meatsTact Tact Secure s Municipal In Investigation Investigation ¬ t
vestigation Bill and Other Meas Measures Jleasures Measores ¬
ures from the OppositionColunibu Opposition OppositionColumbus t tColumbu
Columbus Feb 13 13Go Gor Harmon is run runIng runIng runlug
Ing Gov Hughes a close race for un unpopularity UDpopu1a1i uspopularity ¬
popularity popu1a1i with the party k bosses S He has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in office a month new and in that thatshort thatshort thatshort
short time he has set the th machine lead leaderg leaders leaders
ers wondering whether a Democratic vie Tictory victory j jtory
tory was worth while after alL In everyImportant every everyimportant overyImportant
important step taken by 11 the new gover governor govern governor ¬
nor n < r thus far their counsel C counsel has been ig ignored ignored ignored ¬
nored entirely Tills strange executive executiveseems executiveseems
seems to t make ma ke up his own mind d and to toact toact toact
act accordingly accordinglyIn
In Ohio the t e State S e board of agriculture agriculturecontrolled agriculturecontrolled ture turecontrolled
controlled by 11 the U Republicans Repu IteaJIs for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years has 8 bacome a powerful political or organization organization organizatlon ¬
ganization with very large Jarb appropria appropriations appropr1aUons approprialions ¬
lions and a great t deal ef r muchsought muchsoughtpatronage meritsoughtpatronage 1IIVdtsou bt btpatronage
patronage at its disposal tt When the op opportunity op opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity came to GOT Hanson by the theexpiration theexpiration theexpiration
expiration of the term ten of two Republi Republican t Republican pubU pubUcan ¬
can members to recognize r e this board he heproceeded heproceeded heproceeded
proceeded to t817 every ones surprise on the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory that there should be no politics politicsIn t
In the direction of the Suites agricultural agriculturalinterests agriculturalInterests agriculturalinterests
interests He appointed one Republican Republicanand RepublIcAnand Republicanand
and one Democrat Crt to fin the vacancies vacanciesmaking Y vacanciesmaking es esmaking
making the board strictly st etly nonpartisan noapartimaand DOIIpartlMnand nonpartisanand
and saw to it that the patronage g6 was ap apportioned ap apporUoRed apportioned ¬
portioned on the nonpartisan idea The Tbebosses Thebosses Thebosses
bosses were furious but everybody elseseemed else elseseemed elseseemed
seemed to like this novel way of doing doingthe dotDgthe doingthe
the public pWllcRnlhA brines buahteasRailway brinesRnIIway
Railway RnlhA Comminution Chosen ChosenAgain ChOCDAgain ChosenAgain
Again when it came to rearing a Dew aewmember Dewmem newmember
member mem er of the State railroad commission commfeGfoaa
a tveMpaid and very important office Osgeethe officethe omce omcethe
the governor gave absolutely ao attentioa atten attention attPfttion ¬
tion to the frantic demands of the party partymanagers put putIMJlAg partymeaageo
i iAdent
managers IMJlAg the chief of whom was a con confident COIlft ¬
fident ft em applicant for the job himself but butquietly butftUled7 butoniony
quietly picked out a man whom he bad badlong badlOng badlong
long lOng known personally ad te whose fit fltaess fitness U UReSS
ness for the place he had confidence conbdenceThis confidenceThis eoaft4enceThis
This man the bosses did Mt ot even know kaowby knowby knowby
by name and aad when the appointment t was wasannounced wastbeJ wasannounced
announced they lacked the wit to keep keeptheir keeptheir keeptheir
their surprise and chagrin to themselvesAcid themselves themselvesAad hes1
Acid agate the man in the street appeared appearedte
te like this unwonted WOIIted style of ofure proced procedure procedure ¬
ure in the governor gevemorore of ofMore office officeMore I
More ore examples of Gov Hanaoaa lade ¬
pendence might be cited but the these two twoare tToue twoace
are typical of bin first months ardminis adminlctratioa ardministratioa a mInletrattoa
tratioa He seems to accept Mr r Clove Clovelands ClovelaMs Clevelands
lands view of the meaning afea ft g of public ofAce of 0Ace j jace
ace Ace and like his old chief to regard as asof asof asof
of small importance the effect ect which his bisaction bl5aeUon hisaction
action to any given premises may have haveon baeon haveon
on the part party partyTact > tt7 orsauteaHoa orsauteaHoaTact DMttoP DMttoPTact
Tact with Opposition Legislature IjCfclnlntnreNor IeJblatureNor LegislatureNor
Nor is be lacking In tart Already be beha behas
has ha forced through a Republican ad po potentially po poteauDy poteatialiy ¬
tentially beOfgcrent legi legMatwe Je iature e a measure measurewhich measurewhkh measurewhich
which promises to assure an honest ROD aoaparUean RODpartieR nonpartisan
partisan probing of th tW municipal Ul elpai governments govern governments en enmellts ¬
ments of CtnetnaaU t and Cleveland The Thelegislature TheleglsJat1lre Thelegislature
legislature came to Columbus expecting eXPfietmgtoftght expectingto
to toftght fight every lack o of > d the way with thegovernor the tbegovernor thegoverDOr
governor for party advantage Up to todate todate todate
date it has found itself yielding rIehIiD > to his hiswishes hiswishes
wishes ia every ey ry matter of real Importance import iroportaace importance
ance aaceIt anceIt anceIt
It It Is many years Y MS since Ohio had a gov governor govmer govemor ¬
ernor whose course m lit office won himsuch him himsuch himsuck
such early and wide popularity as has hasGov hasGov hasGov
Gov Harmons His most active politi political poUtIcal political ¬
cal opponents oppo et8 concede him ability and aadhonesty andbonesu andhonesty
honesty aDd earnestness etaess of purpose purposeThese purposeTIlese purposeThese
These include MeA the AatiSaJoon AatiSaJoonLeague AltiSaJoooLeague AntiSaloonLeague
League Of course his tool fool friends as asbe asbe asbe
be calls them are talking about him for forthe forthe forthe
the Presidency Pre6hl DCY In 1H2 la They overlook overlookthe Gedookthe overlookthe
the fact that he baa served but one onemonth onemontk onemonth
month of a twoyear term that he must mustbe mustbe t tbe
be reelected to his present office in 1n1Ifi 1n1Ifito IMA IMAto llllto
to be in the Mmelgiht in the next Presi Presidential Preq1dentlal Prestdentlal ¬
dentlal year yearSPENT yearSPENT yearSPENT
Largest Item Financially for Carver CarverDurlnjr CarverDuring CarTerDuring
During the Year YearCarver YearCarver YearCarver
Carver Mass Feb HL JaThe The town W offl offlcsrs omcars officers
cars are busy sy preparing prep < ng their reports reportsfor r6portsfor reportsfor
for the annual a ° aga town t wn meeting The year yearhas yearbas yearhas
has been an evantful one lnanciellyMore financially financiallyMore financlaH financlaHlfor
More lfor money moDe was t8k taken R hi and mere merespent lD4Hespent niecespent
spent than in any Y other year yearTha yearThe yearThe
The largest item of expense has been beenbrowataE beenbrovntaR beenbrowntali
browataE moths S46U un having been ex expeaded expended expended
pended The greater part of this WIN wiHbe wmbe WINbe
be returned by the State The T e pests gotInto got gotinto gotInto
into the bogs last year to the extent exteatthat extentthat extentthat
that the crop was curtailed to a largedegree large largedegree largedegree
degree This year the first signs of thegypsy the thegypsy theSY1SJ
gypsy or browatail moths showing up uparound uparound uparound
around the bogs wiU be the signal for forthe forthe forthe
the owners to get to work work3IY werkMY workMY
They ask that I my Love would dressIn dress dressIn dressIn
In robes rob s that t suit her loveliness lovelinessMy o osellneseMy lness lnessMy
My love my valentine valentineAnd valentinAnd valentineAnd
And mocking say a Lovers dreamIs dream dreamIs dreamIs
Is always In his own esteem esteemA esteemA esteemA
A tribute most diviaeNo divine dh1neo divineNo
No o earthly robes were ever made madeIn madeIn madeIn
In which my Love could co W be arrayed arrayedTo arrayedTo arrayedTo
To render her more fairO fair talro
O mockers when my Julia smiles smilesThe smilesThe smilesThe
The flowers round for many miles milesGrow mBeSGrow milesGrow
Grow lovelier everywhere everywhereHer everywhereHer everywhereHer
Her hair is of the russet et gold goldHer goldHer goldHer
Her figure cast in Beautys mold moldSways moldSwaYS moldSways
Sways like the lilys stem
Her face face with roses red and whiteGives
Gives ever varying delight delightDame deHghtDame delightDame
Dame Natures peerless gem gemTwo gemTwo gentTwo
Two coral reefs fair pearls enshrine enshrineHer enshrineHer enshrineHer
Her blue eyes give a glance divine divineOf dIo1neOf divineOf
Of coquetry and love loveO loveo
O mockers when my Julia speaks speaksHer sJbaksHer speaksHer
Her silvery tongue soothes many griefs griefsLike griefsLIke griefsLike
Like cooing of a dove doves doveAnd deneAnd doveAnd
And for her robe Ill search the sky skyWhere skyWhere skyWhere
Where lovely cloudlets charm the eye eyeAnd e eyeAnd e eAnd
And choose that azure hue hueFor HeFor hueFor
For fairy robe with fleecy white whiteIn whiteIn whiteIn
In which to dress my hearts delight delightLace delightLace delightLace
Lace and cerulean blue blueAnd blueAnd bindAnd
And then to crown my Julias JuJta dress dressShe dr drShe dressShe
She wears what hat all who know know her bless blessThe bless blessThe blessThe
The mantle w or sweet Charity CharityTo CharltyTo CharityTo
To God and man dotb sheappear sheappearilore she appear appearMore appearMore
More beautiful and still more r ore dear dearAnd dearAndmore dearAndmore
And Andmore more unworthy J JAnd Jnd IAnd
And nd where my Julia dally daB treads treadsThe treads111e treadsThe
The flowers raise their lovely heads f tTo fTo fTo
To greet their beauteous queen queenThe queenThe queenThe
The violets lelets die with eager grace graceTo graceTo graceTo
To give their fragrance to the place placeWhere placeWhere placeWhere
Where Julias feet are seeR seeaRing seeRRing seenRing
Ring merrily 0 blue bells ring ringA ringA ringA
A welcome to your queen and bring bringJoy brlngJoy bringJoy
Joy to my lady fair fairAnd fairAnd fairAnd
And ye Ye 0 mockers now ia truth truthFor truthFor truthFor
For beauty love and charming youth youthCan youthCan youthCan
Can aught with her compare compareH
Was9iziton W toc Febuary 13 U
Splendid Furniture Valti ValtiEvery V Values ValuesEzcry alues aluesECry
Every furniture llrllturc seeker will vtfcomc such splendid values as wp W offer for Monday J1 ionday on ay The goods goodsarc goods goodsare I Iare
are lick IIC timely timc and in latest styles The prices rites are honestly honestly lowered IotueredT T0morroufs tmorrol < list lisi is so attrac attractKe attract attractia
tKe t ic and so big hi with wziu saving sm 1tK possibilities ssibitities we expect cx ect a large response responseOur res rCSpD1fSeoUr rinse rinseOur
Our thorough store methods are area a guarantee tee of the thetruthfumeSs truthfulness trathfu1 e s of > = our ourst statements tementsan and youras yourassuance your as assurance assurance ¬
surance of satisfaction saf faction jn tl whatever you may purchase
300Ding 300 300Dining
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I holstered box 6eat seat covered cov covered
ered with a durable Im ImltatJon itsltatfon
ltatJon or leather A Avery Avery
very net design In oaky oak oakUtI
y and ODe titat that wH will give givethe givei
the host est at service for tormaay forl
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I S soils US here ere for 3ii 3eSpecial 3iiSpeclal
Special price tomor tomorI
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450 White Metal Bed BedIt e eIf
It you need ano another er Bed for imLugration visitor vlsltonthLs visitorthis
this one 1 is the beet 1A town at YD Mondays ays price It Ie Iewhite Iswhite
white enameled s extension feet and andguaranteed andguaranteed
guaranteed oonstructJoa In sing slaglh or dou donj 95
ble size Sells regularly foE S4a 4it Special
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28 Brass Bed BedThis e eThis
This Bed Is exactly like the Illustration It hu hasheavy
heavy contlnuouspost continuous post and a high lacquered finis finisThoroughly finish finishThoroughly I
Thoroughly well made and guaranteed guaranteedconstruction
construction Regularly sells for 2S 8 AJ A Aspecial 19 7
sPecial attraction for tomorrow at
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glass ends good goodfuiliIk j i ifinish r
finish and ex excel l llent a j at r j jlent
lent construction constructionIt J4ir J4irIt
It Is a notable notablevalue le levalut
value valut at the very verylow ts tslow
low price we weeote weQuote
Quote eote for Mon Monday on onday
Seventh and I Eye Streets N W WConvenient WConvenient
Convenient Credit T Terms emu Arranged
How It Hay lay Be Beneficially Bene ciallyUsed ciallyUsedPending Used UsedPending UsedPending
Pending the Doctors s ArrivalFor Arrival ArrivalFor ArrivalFor
For Indigestion and Ifervon Nervonanaa NervonanaaHot ervousneu ervousneuHot nea neaHot
Hot Water Tater Has Always Been an anEfflcacloas anEalcneloa aftElfleacioas
Efflcacloas Remedy RemedyThera RemedTThert RemedyThere
There is always alwa s safety ia water The Thewoman XheWOIR8n Thewoman
woman who ADds herself In charge eC eCfriend a afriend afriend
friend pending pen ing the arrival of a doctor tlectereeed doctorseed ect r reed
eeed eed think of just this World hot IIetcold or orcold orcold
cold water be better te this ease ease and aadhew aMJaew andbow
hew sbould sb uJd it be appliedA applied applled1A
A little discretion at this moment may mayprevent mayprovent mayprevent
prevent a disaster before the doctor deetwsecultd can canbe canbe
be secured and certainly much pain for forthe fortne forthe
the the patient says the Kansas City Star StarIn StMIn StarIn
In case ftf tC a ute indigestion hot water wateras wateras wateras
as hot as the patient cars sip k k taken takenvery takenvery takeavery
very slowly will bring relief Ia case CL of ofnausea oCMusea ofnausea
nausea nausea which may rack an already en enfeebled eafeebled enfeebled ¬
feebled system cloths wrung out t in iceeater ice icewater Icewater
water and bound around the throat er erlaid 8taid orlaid
laid ever the stomach stOmach ROt the abdomennmay abdomea abdomeamay abdomeaIB8Y
may give relief rel It t is better still to apply applyan applyan applyan
an ice bag of rubber which comes for forthis reithis forthis
this purpose and can can be fitted d with wlt chop chopped c8oppedice chopped ¬
ped pedice ice and thon slopped precisely alee a ahot 8hot ahot
hot water bag bagThe bagThe bagThe
The ice bag is used also so in acute acatetkroat sore sorethroat corethroat
throat Never use hot puttees p nlttces tIcs In ease easeof e seof easeof
of colds notably on the totals 1 except un under Uftder under ¬
der orders oider s from your pfayslctaM ph A poul poultice p0ultice poultice ¬
tice which becomes cold is dangerous
For severe headache insomnia and aadnervousness andncrvousnes9 andnervousness
nervousness of any sort sort apply a hot water wa water water ¬
ter bag to the base of the brain at the thenape thenape thenape
nape of the neck and to the feet Kea Remem Remember Remember em ember
ber In filling the bag to leave room forair for forair forair
air inside the bag so that it will be soft softand 50ftand softand
and pliable fitting snugly arouad the theaching theachIng theaching
aching parts If the headache Is ia the thefront t thefront e efront
front of the head head forehead and temples templeswring templeswring templeswring
wring out flannel cloths ia very hot wa water water water ¬
ter to which you can add a little vine vinegar vlD9gar vinegar ¬
gar If you like likeFor IIkeFor likeFor
For toothache earache neuralgia aDd aadlight aDdlight andlight
light touches of rheumatism the hot hotwater hotwater hotwater
water bag is invaluable Understand it itwill itwUl itwill
will not cure The cause of pain eventu eventually eventuaUy eventsally ¬
ally must be found and removed but butthere butthere butthere
there Js s no reason why ky the sufferer su < especially es especially especia1ly ¬
pecially she who Who wakes up In agony inthe la lathe IIIthe
the middle of the night should not be begiven begIen begiven
given relief when se simple a thing as ashot ashotwator ashot
hot hotwator water will effect itThe it itThe it itThe
The bag should be filled with water as ashot asbot ashot
hot as it can be obtained and then coy covered coyered cohered ¬
ered with soft cloths so as not to burn burnthe bumthe burnthe
the skin Sometimes in case of nervous nervouschock nrWCMISebock nervousehock
chock and bad circulation cJrc et1on the patients patientsskin ptJentsskIn patientsskin
skin may be burnt before she has anysensation any aaysensation anysensation
sensation sensationla sensationIn
In case of a severe e ere bruise apply hot hotwater hotwater hotwater
water immediately A nail on finger or ortoe ortoe ortoe
toe may be saved by prompt application appHcatioaof
of this very ery simple remedy remed The band bandage bandage bandage ¬
age must be changed directly It t coolsand cools coolsand coolsand
and the th treatment kept up for twenty tweatyminutes tweRtymInutes twentyminutes
minutes You will be amazed to see how howthe nowthe bowthe
the black and blue mark from congested congestedblood congestedblood congestedblood
blood will disappear under the bet water waterapplication waterapplications I IappUcatio
application applicationThe applicationsThe 1 1The
The man or woman who spends long longweary1days loagwearjpydays loaKweaqI
wearjpydays weaqI on foot often wastes W4SteS on a acMropodlstsjnoney achlropoiilstmoney achiropodlstrmoney
cMropodlstsjnoney which w ich could b be spent
to better advantage The chiropodist at atbest atbest I
best gives bet temporary relief while whileproper whileproper I Iproper
proper bathing of the feet will effect e a acure a0UIe aeure
cure Bathe tired feet nightly with water wateras wateras j jas
as Jot as you caR bear adding a a tea teaspooa teespooR teaspoon
spooR of sea e salt St t to the basin of water waterThis waterThIs waterThin
This sea salt can be bought ia boxes or orbags orbags orbags
bags of any druggist When the feet feetshow teetsBoW feetshow
show a tendency to swell an alum pow powder powGer powder ¬
der should be added to the hot bath bathThe bathTIle bathThe
The nervous woman will secure a greatTeiief great greatrelief greatreIieC
relief and drowsiness from a tepid netbat not nothot MtHt
hot Ht bath taken directly before retiring retiringA retiringJNmb
A number of correspondents corre ents have co copiiaed COIR eompiained COIRpialRed
piiaed that warm baths make mak their t elr skin skinprickle skinpridde skingr
gr prickle tide To soothe this condition use the theoatmeal tAea theoatmeal
oatmeal a lleei bag with your bath bathAad bathAJM1 bathAnd
And beer b r in mind that when you are in ingood ingood Ingood
good health water will viii de much to pre preJoag pt ptJ prolong
long that happy condition Drink hot hotwater hotwater hotwater
water night and morning if you are too toostout tooLOot toostout
stout or have a tendency to headache or orhtdtgesdOR ElINJIgestlOlL oorhadIgestlos
htdtgesdOR Sip it very slowly and add addteams addIamoD addlemon
teams juice if you like the tartness But Butif ButIf ButIf
if your digestion Is IsgOOd good and you want wantto wantto wantto
to keep it that way or if you are a trifle trifletoe trinetoe trifletoe
toe thin drink cool not iced water a auart art atluart
rt uart between each meal a full glass on oaarising onrlst onarising
arising rlst g aodaaother anda other On retiring retiringHOW retiringHOW retiringH0W
Even Connoisseurs connoIS Arc 1C Some Times TimesDeceived TimesDeceived
Deceived l b by > y Imitations ImitationsFro Indt ImitationsFtna tlons tlonsF1S
1 1Europe
F1S Fro Success SuccessEurope SisEurope tCOS
Europe is full of artists who as far as asline asline 1 111ae
line and color go can turn out admir admirable a adtnlrnbble mlr mlrable ¬
able copies of anything thing those th e copies are aremade aremade i
made of old convases mounted on aframework a aframework atr
framework tr of old wood and when the thepaiatiag thep thepainting
painting p is dry the picture is put through throughan
an ingenious aging process pro ss A certain certainfcrad certainkI1Id certainkind
kind of varnish gives a ripe golden tone toneaad tonead toneand
ad a deepening or shadows with a sug suggestion suggestion ruggestlon ¬
gestion of the EOn n ell of centuries is had hadby hadDy hadby
by the smearing of licorice JuiceAs juice juiceAs
for the cracked paint surface surfacesure sure
sign of age agethat that is obtained obtain d by
the picture carefully in an oven or by bylaying bylaylng bylaying
laying a plaque J of metal on the surface surfaceand surf surfand surfaceand
and striking it gently with a hammer hammerworm MInlRerworm hammerworm
worm holes in frame or panels are mereby mere merely merely ¬
ly a matter matter of fine shot tired In and andafterward andafterward andafterward
afterward picked out ADd fly specks specksto
to deceive the flies themselves may be bebad behad bebud
bad by the judicious spatter of india iadiaiak indiaInk IndiaInk
Ink InkNo No doubt to the sure connoiss coiuioissire ire there thereSs thereis thereis
is sometMcg cold and hard about thecopies the thecopies tbecopies
copies something vaguely aguel un unsatisfyingbat unsatisfying unsatisfyingbut yIng yIngbut
but ao one can deny that they are enor enormously ooormousIy onornmously ¬
mously like the originals originalsso so much like likethem Ukethem likethem
them that tbe great museums of Europe Europeall Europea1I Europeall
all uaspecting have bung their walls wallswith wallswith wailswith
with these mellow masterpieces masterple es of yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday It Is said for instance thatRembrandts that thatRembrandts thatRembrmdts
Rembrandts portrait of Sobieski In the theLouvre theLouvre theLouvre
Louvre is not the original at all but butoaly butoD1Y butonly
only a copy the original being in RussiaThe Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe
The Heavenly Heaven1 Bats BatsFhw BatsFrc BatsFla
Fhw Harpers Weekly WeeklyMrs WeeklyMrs 1r 1rYrs
Mrs Ardsley Van Twiller hearing a agreat agreat agreat
great commotion in her drawingroom drawingroomhastened drawingroomhIlsteaed drawingroomhastened
hastened in and found two maid maids brand brandishing brandIsbIng brandishing ¬
ishing dust cloths and shouting shrill shrillcontradictions shrlUcootradlctfons shrillcontradictions
contradictions at each other in front t Of > f alittle a alittle aIktle
little copy of Raphaels cherubs cherubsKatie cherubsKalle cherubsnatle
Katie Katis she cried What Is Isthe Isthe isthe
the matter matterO
00 O maam excuse me me Katie apolo apologized apotogled apologized ¬
gized though there was a gleam of tri triumph tr trumph ¬
umph In her eye oyerls Tip Konly only Hone Roslemaam Honemaam
maam You know k OW shes only In thecountry the thecountry
country this two week and shes sh s so sogreen 80green sogreen
green tis 1s provoking provo Ing She says thim two twon twoIn twoin
In n the picture Is ii bats ba and Im correcting correctingher correctingher correctingher
her theyre twins
SEEING fimflu UniS ONES o bfiLr in UltulUa UltulUaAverage
Average Han Ian Is Unable to Bescriba BescribaHis DeseribHis Descn a aHis
< His Own features featuresSame FeatmesSame FeaturesSame
Same Is True o Our Best Acquaint Acquaintance Acqu AcquaintanceaBut ntc ntcanee <
anceaBut ance iBut But Description IK Is Found1101lt FoundMost Found FoundJlost
Most Difficult DifficultHew DifficultocIlGwstrang DifficultHew
ocIlGwstrang Hew strange it is sd saw ife philosopher pfciloeo pfciloeop 1 hn hnpher
pher p er in the Philadelphia P1IIIa Public P81Mcthat ledger ledgerthat Ledgerthat
that the person for f whom yen cars caremoeC caremoeCon roes raoaloa roesOR
oa earth the one you see oftenest and andwho audWftO andwho
who receives your IRO most constant atten attention aU aU110n aUention ¬
tion Is the ene whose countenance < e ia ialeast Jsleast Isleast
least familiar to you youWho yeaWho yonWho
Who is that asked the visitor visitorYourself visitorYourself
Yourself said the philosopher pII It is isa laa
a fact that if people eO e could be duplicated duplicatedand dU duplicatedand Ucatedand
and could meet t themselves ia the street streetvery streetvery streetvery
very few would recognize r theensetvee theensetveeWe tlme > sseIves sseIvesWe
We look at ourselves S many times during duringthe dud durlagthe g gue
the ue 365 3 days of the year We say oureyes our oureyes oareyes
eyes are blue blueor or whatever color they theytfcey theyle theythey
they le may be beom oer hair browa our r chin chiapeaked d1lnpeaked chinpeaked
peaked our forehead highWe high highWe lgfL lgfLVe
We Ve know ovary eV ry lineament of oer face facefrom facefrom facefrom
from constant study and attention at attumt sa yet yetwhen yetwhen yetwhen
when we turn away from the mirror we wecannot wecannot wecannot
cannot conjure up a picture of ourselves ourselvesWe ou ourselvesWe elves elvesWe
We know just hew our friends aDd even evenacquaintances evencqualntances evenacquaintances
acquaintances look In fancy we can see seethem seethem seethem
them sitting or standing so and theirvarying their theirvarying tbeflov
varying v rymg expressions expr s ms under ader different cir elrcximstaacee clrcumstanceel circumstances
cximstaacee cumstanceel Is dear to us even though we wehave Wehave wehave
have ROt seen them for years er But when whenit whenIt whenIt
it comes to ourselves we cannot even fill fillin fillIn fillIn
in the outline ef the picture We may y
laugh we may cry we may frown frown bUtWe
we do not oot know how we look while w ware ware we weare
are doing it It Photographs Pbotograp s do net heir heirus heltus hellus
us us We have never seen ourselves te the titflesh th thflesh theflesh <
flesh fleshMirrors Mirrors sad pictures are poor aids aidswhen aid aidwhen aidswhen
when we sit down and try to see ourselves ourselveswith G4Irselvest1tb ourselveswith
with the minds eye That Is why people peopleare peopleare peopleare
are so deeply interested ia anybody who whois whoIs whois
is said to resemble them Just Juetman say y to toman a aman
man or I know somebody who looks ks for all allthe allthe allthe
the world like you OU and be will never severest MVerest neverrest ¬
rest until he sees that th t person p Thea if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the likeness is really true he wit ownthat own ownthat ownthat
that up to that time that be had no coacep coaceptlon coacepUon conception
tlon of how be really looked lookedThe lookedThe lookedThe
The visitor smiled wanly I wish you youwouldnt youwoul youwouldnt
wouldnt woul nt talk like that that she said It Itmakes Itmakes It Itmakes
makes me feel so uncanny I am aIu almost almostafraid almostaf ost ostafraid
afraid af d of myself myselfCostliest myseUCostllet myselfCostliest
Costliest of Underground Roads RoadsThe RondaThe RoadsThe
The new Washington Wes street treet subway subwayBoston sWVBYBoston subwayBoston
Boston which passes through the heartof heart heartof heartoC
of the shopping district is considered to tobe t tbe tobe
be the t e most costly mile of undergroundrailway underground undergroundrailway undergroundra
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and equipment had cost about 11100 11100or SlMtli0Or JtG 0 0or
or about 2uW per lineal foot The firstsection first firstsection 11mection
section of Bostons modern system sntemc ef rapid rap rId rapId ¬
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was opened o ned about fourteen years agoThis ago agoThis agoThis
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years later of the elevated road and sub subsequently subsequently subsequently ¬
sequently to that the system was extend extended extended extended ¬
ed by the construction of tile East Boston Bostontunnel Bostontunnel Bostontunnel
tunnel under tie harbor har or Tae T e opening openingof
of th the Washington street tunnel marks marlstheIatest martothe marksth
theIatest the th latest and one Of of the most important importantextensions importantextensions importantextensions

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