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6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1910
THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPUBLICATION HERALDPODLICATIOY HERALDPOBLICATION
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newspaper whether for the dally or the thaSunday theSunday theSunday
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THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDNcr HERALDYork HERALDYork
Ncr York ReprejcntaUre J a C WltBERDINQ WltBERDINQSPECIAL WILBERDISGSPECIAL WILBERDINGSIECAL
SPECIAL AGENCY AGE CY BrocMriek BtslWlnj BtslWlnjChicaco Btmildln BtmildlnCilmgo d1nrChIC
Chicaco ChIC Representative BAKNABD it BRAN BRANpAir BRLNRAM
pAir Boyce Buildicr BuildicrTHURSDAY BIllldJuTH BuildingTHURSDAY
THURSDAY TH tSDAY JANUARY J NUARY 6 1910 1910Nerve 1910Ncnc 1910Nerve
Nerve Strain on Soldiers SoldiersCol SoldiersCol SodiersCoL
Col Surg Dannehl of the tb Carman Gonnanarmrmakes Oersnnarmy Carmanarmy
army armrmakes i makes an assertion which has cre created created oreated ¬
ated a stir in Europe In the new Army ArmyMedical ArmyMedkal ArmyiIedicaI
Medical Journal the tb tt officer says r5 The Thenext Thenext Thenext
next time Germany goes tft t war It will willbe willbe witbe
be with an army which is thrice as aanervous asnervo asiervous
nervous nervo s as in 1SW 1SWThis 1S7tThis iZttThis
This statement Is backed up with lth fig figures 1gUf figires ¬
ures Uf > S taken from the statistics of the theMedical theMedical theMedical
Medical Service Corps where it Is shown shownthat ahownthat sbownthat
that in tho last ten years the number of ofu ofnrve ofTerve
u nrve rve sufferers in the German army Arm has hasincreased huIncreased hasIncreased
increased by 3M per r cant and those at afflicted atflicted attlicted ¬
flicted with hysteria by Ml par p cant cantOwing OMtOYIng castJ1ng
Owing to the th stress of modern times t1me
these numbers are increasing relatively relativelyeach reitiUveJyarh rs3at1veyeach
each arh year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The figures are alarming but the state statement stateriient tale taleTuent ¬
ment te not overdrawn ovrorawn as the Ut6 th investi investigator Iftvestlga Investlgator ¬
gator ga tor points out that no aceount is taken takenof takenof takenof
of the large number of cases of latent hys hysttria hystEria hystrla
ttria and oC a still stllIluler larger number of indi individuals ilMllyduals mdi1ua1s ¬
viduals 1ua1s whose nerves may be expected expectedto
to give way under the baptism of fire fireThe AreThe lireThe
The next war the writer says ys will willrnafce willmake willmake
make tremendous demands on the sol soltiers 101dilg sotIters
tiers nervous nen systems and only those thoseuhose tboHiloJse thosevhos
uhose vhos iloJse nervaa Ml are of steel will m be Mable Mabletn able ableto ableti
to ti bear the strain He R therefor resent reeomrrrnds recommrnfts resentrvn1s
rrrnds that a strict watch be kept by byregimental b bngimDtal byregmentl
regimental eommandora ever the nervous nervoustflrclency BeM nervousf1cieney UII UIIttIc1ency
tflrclency of their troops so that lor forecially lor1ejalJY Loreeial1y
ecially trying tasks a contingent could couldalways couldalwas eouldalways
always be immediately Imm Immllately t6Iy selected whose whosecondition whoseITldltion whosecuridItio
condition would enable them to stand the thestrain thet thetrfl
strain t trfl ain with the best prospect of success successLife succeesLife successLife
Life has become more complex and the thespecializing tho8peIal1ztn theapeclaltatng
specializing process through which we wearc wearC weare
arc passing has had its effect on the them thonnvous thenrvous
m nnvous rvous system We now concentrate conc ntrate our ourenergies ourpnergles oum oumnergies
energies which means that we sap vital vitality vitalt vitalty ¬
ity t ty by allowing nJlo lng tho greater part of our ourphysical ourphysical ourphysical
physical and mental faeultlae and a d func functions functions functions ¬
tions to become atrophied We live un under under under ¬
der a a constant strain and the genera generations generations generatons ¬
tions to come will be the greater suffer sufferers sufferfrs stifferErs ¬
ers Figures are not at hand but the theproportion theproportion theproportion
proportion of insane may not be greater greaterfor greaterfor greaterfor
for those who in past decades d des went In Incane inEane Incane
cane now perish lacking the stamina to tosurvive tourvive toeurv1ve
survive tho pressure pressureThe pressureTh es ure ureThe
The Th pace set in America and Europe is isdestructive illestructJvei isdestructive
destructive we all know it it yet make no noeffort nottCort noeffort
effort to change conditions The stir survival aurvlal stirvival ¬
vival of the fittest fitt lt no longer has the thesame thesame thesame
same meaning it had when first used usedThose usedThose usedThose
Those WIO ho H > now survive conserve the theenergy thernergy thoenergy
energy others dissipate probably for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of mankind but certainly to hefr hefrcwn heir heirnwn he4rown
own destruction deatruetlonAs destructionAs
t tAs
As to h Uncle Joe JoeSays Joea JoeSays
Says a g the Bristol HeraldCourier IeraJdCourlerOne r rODe i iOne
One of the t eurfcmg uloua deToetpaenU a of f rMWt rs st BMattu BMattus oI1is oI1isis
is s the estco est esteeM cd WMhiagtan Heralds s JMIUadaSn JMIUadaSnWm sradaIrathn radmlra radmlratin
tin of the ABtfeat eDt and a HewraM Jft Jeatk ph G ufinnon GCannon GCannon
Cannon finnonOh CannonOh CannonOh
Oh we know It is more or less the fad fadto fadtl fadtJ
to take a fall out of the Speaker when whenever whentver hen heneer ¬
ever occasion legitimately presents itself itselfor Itselfor itselfor
or may be manufactured manura tur 1 nowadays and andwo andwo and1o
wo havo no crow to pick with our ouresteemed ouresteemed ouresteemed
esteemed contemporary that thfl it evidences evidencesa
a disposition spo lUon to join the anvil chorus choruswith choruswith choruswith
with respect to o that gentleman but we wehave wehave wehave
have labored la ed to small purpose In the theJournalistic thejournaU thejournalisUc
Journalistic journaU t1c vineyard it we have not yet yetlearned yetlearned yetlearned
learned to be fair even at the sacrifice sacrificenf
nf f some applause from the galleries now nowand noVoand nowand
and then if necessary necessaryIt
It may b be that distance lends enchant enchantment 6nchantment enchantTrent ¬
ment to certain phases of the political politicalgame poUtiealgame politicalgame
game as it is I played in Washington es especially espelaUy especialty ¬
pecially relating to the House of Repre Representatives Representativ6B RepreaentaUvee ¬
sentatives but right here on the homo homobase homobase homebase
base a great deal of buncombe and andnonsense andnonsense andnonsense
nonsense that passes for patriotism and andproposed andproposed andproposed
proposed reform a thousand miles away awaydoes awaydoes awaydoes
does not impress profoundly or last lastingly last1ngly lastIngly ¬
ingly Wo have watched the outs seek seeking seeking seeklflg ¬
ing to overthrow tho Ins for a good goodmany goodmany goodmany
many years In Washington and tho pre preponderance preponderance preponderance ¬
ponderance of virtue has always seemed seemedt
t tll i dwell with the outs as against the theins themsto theinSto
ins msto to hear the outs tell it it We Wehave Wehaye Wehave
have heard Speakers abused abu and severely severelyarraigned severelyarraIgned severelyarraigned
arraigned by statesmen who afterward afterwardcame aterwardame afterwardcame
came ame Into power themselves only to out outHerod outHerod outHerod
Herod all deposed Horods In the matter matterof matterot matterof
of striving for partisan advantage and andtho andtho andthe
tho material things that go along with withmajority withmajority withmajority
majority control controlThe controlThe controlThe
The HeraldCourlor is mistaken when whenH
H L flippantly refers to our socalled near nearadmiration nearadmiration nearadmlraUon
admiration for the present Speaker of ofthe orthe ofthe
the House Such admiration as we have havefor havefor havefor
for him himand and we havo an abundance abunClancais abunClancaisreal Is Isreal
real and maturely considered But we wehave W6havQ wehave
have never undertaken to apologize for forhim forhim forhim
him or especially to defend him If we wedid wedid wedid
did It would be entirely entlrel gratuitous and andnot andnot andnot
not that we thought it mattered particu particularly particu1arly particularly ¬
larly to him save 0 in lane so far as any man so soconstantly soconstantly soconstantly
constantly under fire might inclme to ap appreciate appreciate appredate ¬
preciate an effort to be Just toward towardhim toward111m towardhim
him 111m1Ir
himMr
Mr Cannon probably has his faults faultseven taultseven faultseven
even though we more erudite Heralds and andHeraldCouriers andHerallCouriers andHeraldCouriers
HeraldCouriers may m not have and hence henceMr hence henceMr henceMiS
Mr Cannon seemingly has done manj4 manj4things mM mMtMngll manthings
things of a political nature that he ought oughtnot oughtTiot oughtriot
not to have done and has loft undone undonemany undQnemany undonemany
many things that he ought ou ht to tJ have na done doneThere donaThere doneThere
There have been melancholy moments momentswhen momentshen momentswhen
when hen we disapproved of Uncle Joe and andfain Mdtaln andfain
fain would have bed him see the error of
his ways waJ We fear foarconfidentlallythat foarconfidentlallythatthere oaroon confidentially dontlal1ythat dontlal1ythatthere that thatthere
there have been moments too when whenUncle whett whettUncle wheiUncle
Uncle Joe disapproved of us notwith notwithstanding notwIth5trmdln notwithistandIn ¬
standing 5trmdln the fact that he seemed not to tothink totbln1 tothink
think it necessary to 1to o make any an extra extraordinary oxtraordlnarr extraordinary ¬
ordinary stir because ot that surprising surprisingcircumstance 8urprlilingclrcumstanoe surprisingcircumstance
circumstance But nothing has ever come comeunder comounder comeunder
under our analytical observation that has hasled hasle hasled
led le us to suspect for or one moment that thathe thMhe thatlie
he is anything less than Honest candid candidloyal candidIO candidloyal
loyal IO 1t1 to his friends and reasonably fair fairto aIrto fairto
to an enemy And we wecan can forgive a man mana mana mana
a groat many sins both of omission and andcommission andcommlion andcommission
commission when we can feel that way wayabout wayabout wayabout
about him himIf himIt himIf
If It wer were not that wormlght wo womiht mlsht be held heldguilty heldguilty heldguilty
guilty of endeavoring to damniUW damn lUlo Spoakor Spoakorwith Spoakorwith Speakerwith
with faint praise we should advance the thesuggestion thesuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion that In any event he Is as asgood asgood asgood
good as his orowd Evqn Ev n then of course courseopinions courseopinions courseopinions
opinions would vary as to how much of a areal nreol areal
real compliment that Is Andyot And y t when whenwo whenwo whenwo
wo got right down to hard pan the theSpeaker theI theSpeaker
I Speaker is nothing more or less than the theconcentration thei theconcentration
i concentration of majority control controland controlandi controlantiCannonism and andCannonlsm
i Cannonism In the House simply almpl means meansregnant moansI meansregnant
I regnant regular Republicanism therein thereinand thereinnnd thereinand
and you cannot get away awa from it itNow it itNow itNow
Now If anybody anbod desires to exhaust the thosupply tbosupply thesupply
supply of superheated adjoctlv a adjectives jocth bom bombarding bombarding bornbardlng ¬
barding that thatwh thatwhy why that is his business businessand bustnuand businessand
and it Is a very different sort of proposi proposition proposiI proposition ¬
I tion We merely opine that it Is i not fit fitand titi litand
i and proper that the sins of the multitude multitudebe
I
be visited exclusively upon the Speaker Speakerand SpoakerI Speakerand
I
I and for no other apparent reason than thanthat UUlnthat thanthat
that he Is a shining mark and easily easilyreached eaal17I easilyreaehed
I reached L
Wireless Control ControlA
A bill has been introduced ed In Consjre Consjreby COItCleM COItCleMby
by Representative B E W r Roberts of ofMassachusetts ofaseacbusetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts providing for a commis commission commblsion cotnntlsslon ¬
sion to su suggest est some means by which whichthere whichthOl8 whichthere
there may be proper and adequate regula regulation r rouladon fiulatJon ¬
don of wireless telegraphy and telephony telephonyThere tolephon7There telephonyThere
There are advantages of such an ar arrangement arransement arrangement ¬
rangement and it is surprising that this thisgevomment this6voramont thisgevoramoat
gevomment 6voramont has accomplished nothing npthl npthlng in inthat Inthat Inthat
that direction with all the appeals appelt which whichhave whichbave whichhave
have been made for several years for forsome tor101ft forsome
some 101ft means to protect wireless communi communication communlcatlon communication ¬
cation In the ute proposition propoa1t1onwrJch which Mr MrRoberts MrRob MrRoberts
Roberts Rob lts has advanced adnnc ho takes tal ee Into con ¬
sideration the commercial interests as aswell asell aswell
well ell as the tb official as distinguished dl from tromthe fromthe j jthe
the mllitarynaral mill taryunl aspect At present pre it itis Itiii itii
is possible for any amateur to erect orectwirelei1 a awireless awireless
wireless outfit and interfere with com communication communlc8t1on cornmunicatlon ¬
munication There are Instances taM which whichwill whichwill
will 111 doubtless be exhibited Q lbSted to Congress of ofgreat orrre ofgreat
great rre t expense and trouble caused by this thisirregular thl8irregular thisIrregular
irregular operation of wireless Ireleu telegraphy telegraphyIt tel apby apbyIt
It appears app tAfj < to be a a pastime of some me mis mischievous schlevouB mischievous ¬
chievous amateurs to send moesages m e to tonaval tonaval tonaval
naval ships and revenue cutters and andgenerally andlenerally andgenerally
generally Impede public business with no noother nootber nootbot
other object than u amusement for them themselves themIve themselves ¬
selves Ive This might result seriously and andindeed ami andindti
indeed in real disaster if there is no noofllcte1 nOomekl noofficial
official hindrance to this peculiar sport sportThe sportThe sportThe
The lack of official regulation of wtreteas wtreteastelegraphy wtnIeNteleeraphy wtrelesstelegraphy
telegraphy has already proved detrimental detrimentalto
to public Interests and something ought oughtto oughtto oughtto
to be done without further delay to es establish Mtab1lsh establish ¬
tablish a system which will protect wire wireleas wlrelees wireless
leas communication from irresponsible irresponsiblemeddlers IrrespotMlblemoddler Irrespossibemoddlers
meddlers The bill which has been intro introduced introduced Introducod ¬
duced by Mr 1r Roberts provides a means meansby 8bJ meansby
by which this desired de result can be ac accomplished accompU socompilahed ¬
complished compU bed without peril to the com commercial commercllLI cammercial ¬
mercial element which is a consideration considerationquite conskieratlonQuite considerationquite
quite as important In It ltawy way as the safe safeguarding atesuardlng safeguarding ¬
guarding of ouTcial Interests InterestsSearching InterestsSearching InterestsSearching
Searching Tax Dodgers DodgersIt
It Is an Interesting effort that Gov GovHarmon GovHarmon GovHarmon
Harmon of Ohio is making to bring about abouta
a complete and equitable collection of oftaxes ortAxes oftaxes I
taxes on personal property prop rt He under undertakes undertak98 undertakes ¬
takes the task of enforcing the command commandof
of the constitution of the State that all allproperty al1property a1iproperty
property of every kind shall be taxed ta ed by bya bya bya
a uniform rule rule according to its true value valuein valueIn valuein
in money He asks the th legislature to tomake tomake tomake
make a statute that shall be stringent and andeffective andeneeUve andeffectIve
effective He would block tho method of ofevasion ofevuion ofevasion
evasion by cltisens who claim residence residencein r 8kIe e eIn
in another State This device he would wouldthwart Wouldthwart wouldthwart
thwart by requiring every one who lives livesin 11011In livesin
in Ohio during any an t part of the year to tomake tomake tomake
make a full return of his taxable prop property property proporty ¬
erty Upon this the th tax ta would be col collected collected collooted ¬
lected unless tho owner gives satisfactory satisfactoryevidence satisfactoryevidence satisfactoryevIdence
evidence that it has been duly taxed in inanother Inanother Inanother
another State Failure to establish that thatfact thatfact thatfact
fact should be made conclusive proof of ofresidence orresidence ofresidence
residence in Ohio Still another method methodis
is to require that any anyone one bringing suit suitinvolving sultInvolving suitInvolving
involving property shall be reculrod roc ulred to toshow toshow toshow
show that the property shall not have haveescaped haveoscaped haveescaped
escaped taxation taxationIt
It Is proposed that no estate shall b bds bdstributed dis distrlbuted dISI
I
I tributed without proof that tha all moneys moneyscredits monoJeredtx moneyscredta
credits and securities of the deceased deceasedwere d8eMSedwere deceasedwere
were duly returned for taxation Other Otherwise Otherwise Otherwise ¬
wise the property In default or some part partof partot partof
of It It must go to the State or else there theremust theremust theremust
must be payment of an amount equal to towhat towhat towhat
what the taxes would have been had hadproper hadproper
proper returns boon made This experi experiment experiment experimnent ¬
ment will be observed with careful carefulscrutiny c carefulscrutiny
scrutiny by students of taxation The root rootof rootor rootof
of the matter would appear to Ho In Ini InIndlvidual Inindividual
i individual honesty and public spirit spiritWithout spirItWithout spIritWithout
Without them the unscrupulous will con conI continue continue
I tinue to profit at the expense of citizens citizenswho citizenswho
who fulfill conscientiously their financial financialobligation financialobligation financialobligation
obligation to the Commonwealth CommonwealthAnother CommonwealthAnother CommonwealthAnother
Another Roosevelt policy gone gum glimmering gummerlng ¬
mering President Taft proposes to com combine comblne cornbloc ¬
bloc two messages to Congress In one oneIf oneIl oneIf
If the ultimate consumer can manage manageto
to survive a4 a little longer he may see seetho teetho seethe
tho ultimate merger mergerMr mergeiMr mergerMr
Mr John Barrett has been elected electedpresident el electedpresident ted tedpresdent
president of the Esperanto Association AssociationHowever AMOclatlonHowever AssociationHowever
However Mr Barrett Is still perfectly perfectlywilling perfectlywtlling perfectlywilling
willing to tell anybody anything he may maywant maywant maywant
want to know 1m ow and in perfectly perte < tly good goodEnglish goodBngllh goodnglinh
English nglinh moreover moreoverThe moreoverThe moreoverThe
The Belgians have started off their theirnew theirnow theirnow
now King lnG with tho title ttJ of Albert the theGood theGood theGood
Good just to show there t ore are no hard hardfaeellngs hardfoceUngs hardfocehinge
faeellngs presumably presumablyRoosevelt presumabhnooscvelt presumablyRoosevelt
Roosevelt employs only six skinners skinnersIn
In Africa notes the Brooklyn Eagle EagleWell EllgleWell EagleWell
Well that Is six more assistants than thanhe thanh thanhe
he h ever seemed to need in n Washington WashingtonFortuno WashingtonFortune YashlngtonFortuno
Fortuno knocks once at every mans mansdoer mansdoor mansdoor
door says the Blakely Reporter Which Whichshows Whichshows Vblehshows
shows that It Is not always well to be beimpatient beimpatIent beImpatient
impatient with knockers knockersNo knockersNo I INo
No President of the United United Unl d States tateshas tateshasever tatos has hasever hasever
ever resigned but if somebody should shouldput shouldput shouldput
put up the 1Vha What Is soda pop pOP ques question qUiStlon quaction ¬
tion to Mr Taft ha he might mightMayor mightMayor mightMayor
Mayor Gaynora new secretary 5ecrelr Bob BobAdamson BooAdamson BobAdamson
Adamson Is an exAtlanta newspaper newspaperman nawspaperman newspaperman
man and the Journal of that burg says sayshla sayshill sayshis
hill ripest jp work was done In Atlanta
long before he went to the New York YorkWorld YorkWorld YorkWorld
World The Journal does not mean to toIntimate toIntlmato toIntimate
Intimate however that Bobs subse subsequent subsequent eubsequent ¬
quent work ork should be rated ratcderoverrlpc ratcderoverrlpcWhere ratederoverripeWhere er overripe overripeWhere
Where are the undesirable habits of ofthe oftho ofthe
the yesteryear yesteryearSo elter oarl I ISo
So far no one has started a Back Backfrom Backtrom Backfrom
from Elba movement In favor of Mayor MayorMcCIellan 3fayorMcClellan fayorMcClo11an
McCIellan McClo11anWill McClellanWill McCIellanWill
Will not some onelegged oneI gcd jack tar some sometlmo BomoUrn sometime
time Urn butchered to tomake make a a sharks holl hollflay hollft hohiUsy
flay ft como forward and confound the theI theNow theow
I Now ow York Sun and Its antiman eating eatingshark eatingshark eatingshark
shark crusade crusadeThe cnJadeTho crusadeThe
The Houston Post has been making makingfun makingtun makingfun
fun of the Charleston News and an Cour Couriers CourIers Courbrs ¬
iers Sunday editorials < ltorlals and now the theCharleston theChflrlQiton theCharleston
Charleston papor vouchsafes tho inter interesting Interosting interosting ¬
osting information that they aro written writtenby writtenby writtenby
by a lady Looks like trouble for the thePost thePost thePost
Post Posti PostLa
i
i La tho poor temporatuce temporatuic says 5a S tho thoNetf thoNew theNcV
New York Mail Brrrrr It is low lowenough lowonough lowenough
enough all right rightTimes rightTimes rightTimes
Times change Bill Chnniller can hang hanghis lmnghis hanghis
his hat anywhere In the White House Housenow Honsanow Housenow
now says the Boston Herald Still he hehas hehas hehas
has not yet hung it over tho picture cf cfMr efMr
Mr Theodore Roosevelt RoosoveltA HOOiovoltbUnd
A blind tiger tier located in a well hos hosbeen hosbeen hasbeen
been raided in Tennessee Tenne see The neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood will now no have to find some other othervasty lthervalty otherety
vasty ety deep from which hlch to call up spirits spiritsDr spIritsDr spiritsDr
Dr Fletcher says Sftj ovory bite of beef beefstoak beefItook beefsteak
steak should be chewed not less than thanthirtytwo thanthlrtytwo thanthirtytwo
thirtytwo times before swallowing The Thefleeter Thetor Thedoetor
fleeter tor believes in getting tils moneys moneysworth moneygwrtb rnoneygworth
worth worthMr worthMr
Mr 1 Gaynors high opinion of Mr Charles CharlesMurphy CharlsMurphy CharlesMurphy
Murphy publicly expressed is entirely entirelyto
to Mr Garners credit perhaps but even evenMr eenMr evenMr
Mr Murphy will admit that it tempers tempersprecious temporspr tempersprecious
precious pr clous little wind to tho numerous numerousshorn numerousMorn numerousshorn
shorn lambs lam of Tammany persuasion persuasionMr p
Mr Morses final statement concerning conoarnlmrjails conaarnbttrjails concerningjails
jails and things may be taken to hate act aeiforth tletforth actforth
forth en Inside view viewI vi ow owI
I believe that the primary purpose purposeof purposeof purposeof
of Mr Knoxs noxs activity against mo was wasto Wf8to wanto
to farce ores my resignation says Hon Ze
lays I By and by Hon Zolaya ZoI Yfl will likely likelyconclude likelyconclU4Je likelyconclude
conclude that Senator Rayner is no nofriend nofriend nofxiend
friend of his either eitherGov eitherGov eitherGov
Gov Vardaman says he Is being bit bitterly bltt1ly bitterly ¬
terly opposed for the Senate by b the thegreat thel1eat thegreat
great moneyed interests That may bo bothe bothe bethe
the surface face view deep down in their theirhearts tb6lrbarUi theirhearts
hearts we suspect the great moneyed moneyedinterests mono moneyedinterests od odinterestS
interests rather favor Gov Go Vardaman Vardamanfor Vrdamantor Vardamanfor
for Senator SenatorA SeAa1orcarlod
SeAa1orI I
A carload of T xas Txas xas turkeys that re recently recently recooLly ¬
cently netted U the > producer 11 cents per perpound POIJOWJd perpound
pound was finally ftDaU disposed of to the gill gtntte gilltie gsatie
tie consumer at 8 cents i par pound Looks Looksas LookBu Looksas
as If that dear Mr r Johnsing tho middle middleman mtddll mtddllmaJI middiemast ¬
man may get et a fairly healthy rakeoff rakeoffsomewhere rakaoftIOnMwh816 rakeoffsontewhere
somewhere along the line of these th8l trans transactions transactJ0ft8 traitsactions ¬
actions actionsThe actJ0ft8The actionsThe
The Augusta Chronicle of Monday last lastcarried Jatltcarried mEcarried
carried an editorial on The Checks You YouCan YouCan YouCan
Can Write rite Oh 011 one < n e can write writ all sorts sortsof sortsof sortsof
of cheeks tad OM may indeed but butmost 1Jtttmo htmLmost
most mo t of the time ttmeaWRY aayway whats the theuse theUH timeuse
use UHHold
Hold tight to the water wagon gen gentlemen genthemes In Intlemen ¬
tlemen Remember Rlmemboc a tide cometh After Afterfall IUer IUera aftera
a fall fallANENTOUR faUANENTOUR fallANENT
ANENTOUR ANENT OUR STATESMEN STATESMENMr
Mr Clarks Defense DefenseEtna DefenseFn DefenseFram
Etna tin Atlanta CoMtitattoa CoMtitattoaBtace Co1NtitlatioD61ae Coetfttkms
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pafetkanfcHi When Wken therefore Ohio paper ac acknowledge noknowl acknowledge ¬
knowl knowledge e that Gannonism is without support In InOhio InOl inOhio
Ohio o they acknowledge lge that the Republican sti stithere saUtere star starthere
there bss 1 liS set set
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ItepreeratatiTv taU Hall is now propping JtlO D that Con Congrett Consreea tongrees
grett shall InraiigBte the Increased Increased cost of living livingThis I1TlngThis hiringThis
This is a rery T ry proper suggestion but the preamble prcambkof
of Mr ir Hulls resolution suggests that he already alreadyknowB allHdyknow alreadrknows
know EO nmch about it as L to make prolonged prolongedinquiry proJOllgeillllJUlrr prolongedisri
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when he wrote that letter cf Norcmbsr Nonm r 39 3 1906 1906patting 100JMIUiD I9O I9Opethsg
patting cm record this statement of tho powerful powerfultoSuencee powerful1e powerfullelisiencec
toSuencee that had been exerted to weaken the thehaad Utelta8d thekasti
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It is reported that President Taft cheerfully cheerfullyaccepted cheerfullya cheerfullyssvned
accepted a few minor < verbal alterations DIl ra urged by bythe bythe bythe
the railway ram IUiIl but was sadly disappoiatcd dlsappoi tro at their theirg theirJaaal theirgeneral
g Jaaal eial attitude of hostility to the th largo changes changesbe chng13he changesbe
be has In mind But was anything else soberly soberlyto
to lie expected from the conference conferenceTUB conlercmcelTilE conferenceTILE
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Have little plot plotAll plotAU plotAll
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I to kiss their wives in tho morning morningTea morningYes morningYes
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when they forget their overshoes overshoesSo oorsho S SSo
So SI Soon SoonIs SoonfIs SOOflYIs
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country before long If prices prlc keep go going goIng going ¬
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number nUtn r of howlers submitted in con connection connection connoction ¬
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ranged by the University Correspondent Corrospondoatfor
for the best collection of twain mistakes mistakesmade ntlstakwsmlule mistakesmade
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following foUowln story storyA storvA storyA
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housebreaking houl breaklng spoke like this thisYour thisYour thisYour
Your honor I submit that my client clientdid allentdid clientdid
did not break into the house at all He Hefound lieftund Hefeund
found tho parlor window open and mere merely mereIy merelIp ¬
ly Inserted his arm and removed a few fewtrifling fewtrUllng fewtrifling
trifling articles Now my clients arm is isnot Isnot Isnot
not himself and I fall to see how you youcan youcan youcan
can punish the whole individual for an anoffense anoffense anoffense
offense committed only by one of his hislimbs hisI1mbs hislimbs
limbs limbsThat I1mbsThat limbsThat
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very well put Following It logically I Isentence Isentnce Isentence
sentence the defendants arm to one oneyeara onejeats oneyears
years imprisonment He can accompany accompanyIt
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The defendant smiled and with the thelawyers tholawyers thelawyers
lawyers assistance unscrewed his cork corkarm corknrm corkarm
arm and leaving it on the dock dock walked walkedout walkedout walkedout
out
Atmosphere In London LondonFrom JoDl10nFrom LondonFaxa
From an KzchaBge KzchaBgeYes ExdlaDeYes ExchaeYes
Yes this Is bad weather said Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Tillman on a day of rain and sleet sleetIt sleetIt sleetIt
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Once on a dripping winter day in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London a sulphurbrown or peasoup fog fogin fogIn togin
in the air and everybody drenched to the theskin thealdn theskin
skin I sat on a bus top beside a Parsee ParseeIn ParseeIn Parseein
In a red fez fezWhen fezWhen fezWhen
When the Parsee got off the driver driverof driveror driverof
of the bus bu touching his hat with his hiswhip hiswhip hiswhip
whip said to me meWould meWould meWould
Would you mind tellln me sir sr wot wotsort wotsort wotsort
sort o chap that is isHes isHes IsHes
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you you o know kno a sun worshiper worshiperWorships worshiperVorships worshiperWorships
Worships the sun does he sir said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the wet and shivering driver I suppose supposehes supposehes supposehes
hes como ere to ave a rest restIllprovided restIlIluovldell restIllprovided
Illprovided for a RaIny Day DnyFrom Du DuFnm DayFiten
From Mens veer WeerThousands
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ford to do so never carry an umbrella umbrellaFar umbrellaFar umbrellaFar
Far from being ashamed at such a con confession contesslon confession ¬
fession they make of It a vainglorious vaingloriousboast vaingloriousboast vaingloriousboast
boast Many an otherwise sensible man mansurfers mansutC mansuffers
surfers sutC rs from this weakness weaknessJfoi weaknessNo weaknessNo
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From Judge JudeeThe 1UdteThe JudgeThe
The management of one of the big bigopera bigopera bigpeia
opera opera peia houses in New Ne York has to pay payJ2000 va vapOOO pay20O0
J2000 20O0 a week for conductors conductorsDoes copductors copductorsDoes coiductorsDoes
Does It pay the same rate for motor motormen motormen motormen
men Of
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The group of Senators who went to the theIsthmus theI theIsthmus
Isthmus I thmus of Panama on n trip of inspec inspection lnepectlon laspoction ¬
tion and pleasure have returned much muchpleased muchpleasea muchpleased
pleased with what they saw at thai thaiplace thafplace thatplace
place They The spent two days at Panama Panamaand Paaamaand Panamaand
and In that time witnessed the system systemof S1ternot systemof
of improvements On their return they theyencountered theyonc theyoncuntored
encountered onc untored a severe storm off the Ba Bahamas Bahamas Babarnes ¬
hamas Senator Penroae In describing describingthe d describingthe lblng lblngthe
the fury ulJ of the gale said the wind lnd wa wablowing wJ wJblowing wIblowing
blowing at the rate ot eighty miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour and tho waves were ero about forty fortyfeot fortyfeot fortyfeat
feot high The other members of the theparty theparty theparty
party didnt dispute the measurement measurementOf
or the Pennsylvanian Senator r Heyburn Heyburncouldnt ReyburneoullInt Heyburncouldnt
couldnt for ho was troubled with an un uneasiness uneasiness uneasiness ¬
easiness commonly called soa eoo s a sickness sicknessand sicknessand I Iand
and remained In exile The Senator of ofWobstorlan ofWobstorian
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Wobstorlan appearance was the only poor poorsailor poorsaUor poorsailor
sailor In tho bunch bunchIt bunchease
ease easeIt 4 4It
It was noticed that tho custom of drap draping drapInS draPing ¬
ing the desk of a deceased Senator was wasomlttod wa waomlttod wasomitted
omlttod in the case of Ute late Senator SenatorMcLaurin S6DatorMcLaurin SenatorMcLaurln
McLaurin The omission was as the first flratInstance firatInstanco firstinstance
Instance of tho kind for many years and andwas andw andwas
was w commented C mmentOd on favorably by many man of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Senators some of them regarding the thei timecustom i icustom
i custom grewsome and unnecessary unnecMaaryExsenator
1
ExSenator Henry Gassaway Ga ay Davit DtlvI spent spenthalf sPenthalt spenthalt
halt an hour or aO o on the floor of the theSenate theSonntc theSenate
Senate conversing with first one on the thaRepublican tbeRepublican theRepublican
Republican side and then with another on ontho ontho onthe
tho Democratic Bide lde Most of his time timewas tImewas timewas
was spent however with Senator Root Hootand Rootand Rootand
and he ended his hi visit with a a heartto hearttoheert hearttoh hearttoheart
heart h 6rt talk with his hi soninlaw Senator SenatorElkins SenatorElkins SenatorElkins
Elkins While talking with Senator El Elklns Elkins Elklan
klan Senator Bankhead walked up and andafter andalter andafter
after exchanging greetings with the once oncedefeated onceeroated oncedefeated
defeated candidate far er the Vice Vle Presi Presidency Presidency Presidency ¬
dency asked what brought isbn In their tholrmidst tbolrmldlt theirmidst
midst Oh said Mr Davis I have haveto baveto haveto
to come over once in a while just t to look lookafter lookatter lookafter
after Steve I hare to give him some semefatherly somefatherly me mefatherly
fatherly advice at times and this is one oneof on8of oneo
of o them themA themA
S S S SA
A great majority of the Senators Senat rs are arevory arevor arevory
vory vor much interested latere ted in conservation n but
Senators stm ter Dick and Burton of Ohio are aremuch uemuch aremuch
much more Interested in conversation conversationbou CODVenatJonDou conversationbou
Dou bou the situation In their Stale Stat While Whilejihe WhUethe Whilethe
jihe the attention of the Senate wu directed directedat
at t everything everythlqg that pertained to the pro pronosed propoHd proposed
nosed investigation of the tlI controversy controversythey e ntrov8UYthey eontrevorsythey
they wore attentive to each other la a abrotbariy 8bmtbBrly abrotherly
brotherly talk about affairs at home homeSenator bomeSeutor horse5sS
5sS 5sSSenator
Senator Elkins Introduced a resolution resolutionin
in the Senate asking for an Investigation Investigationof
of the increased cost of foodstuffs Soon Soonthereafter Soonthortter Soonthereafter
thereafter the jovial West Virginian en entertained eatertained otttertalned ¬
tertained at luncheon a a distinguished distinguishedparty disttngutaJhedparty distinguishedparty
party in the Senate restaurant Ul1Ult In the theparty theparty
party part were w weh Mrs ire Robert Goelet oehet and Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWIUIam MreWiUlam
William K K Vanderbilt of New ew York YorkMrs YorkJnt YorkIsles
Mrs NichotM N1ebo1 ebolgLoncwotth Lenaworth Lengworth Miss u Katherine KathertneBlkin KatherineItktnii
Blkin KlkImI th tM Vice Tce President Senators SenatorsKean sntttGrIKeu SenatorsKssa
Kean and Brmndegee Messrs 1 Gary and andHltt saidBitt
Hltt of New York YorkSenator YorkSena Yakas
as asSenaor
Senator Sena Senaor Gordon has taken a great fancy fancyto fancyto fancyto
to the likewise new Senator from North NorthDakota NorthDAkota NorthDakota
Dakota Senator Thompson They took tooklunch tooklunch tooklunch
lunch together and on their return to the theSenate theSenate th thSenate
Senate Senator Thompson complained of ofhaving ofhaving ofhaving
having a a headaena Of course the sturdy sturdySoutherner stwdYSoutherner sturdySoutherner
Southerner Waft waiftsyinputbstic sympathetic but he re remarked ra raIMrkid remarked ¬
marked that hQaaver hait h ev c TWC sick and said ealdtbe eaklthe saidthe
the old war horse 1NtrH I havent taken takenmedlcinne takenmtdldane takeninedicisne
medlcinne of any kind for over flf tlftyolM tlftyolMy littyoneyears tyone tyoneyears
years yearsThere y 88rs 88rsThere
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There is no mistake about the State of ofGeorgia ofGoorgta ofGeorgia
Georgia being beln in the spotlight continu continually continually continually ¬
ally In the Senate Senator Bacon of ofthat orthat ofthat
that State is Johnny on the spot when whenit wbeRIt whenit
it comes to a question of law la interna international International iuternatiopal ¬
tional or otherwise Senator Clay is I wait waiting waltIn waitlug ¬
lug < to set et another crack at the sugar sugartrust suprtrust sugartrust
trust trust and over in the House HousewelL welt they theyare theyare theyare
are there with both feet Addison with withhis with111s withhis
his defense of o Roosevelt Griggs Gri with withhis withbilS withhits
his cloakroom jokes Lon Livingston Livingstonwith LlvlutStonwith Uvingatonwith
with Iamsfsrmer look Gordon Lee Leewl LeewitJJ Leewitli
wl witJJ Jj his Glad to toseeyOu see you and the mid mldsots midgots midgets
sots Bartlett and Tommy Harawick Harawickever Hati Hardwickover 1ck 1ckever
ever present and getting tUna a word wom ia IawIN edgewise edge edgewise ¬
wise with persistency persutteacyThe per atenelThe persistencysees
sees seesThe
The most t important Item ft < t gossip gossiparound gtMIeiparound gossiparound
around the House on the Hilt is the theBallingerPlnchot theB theBallingerPinchot
BallingerPlnchot B dispute the formation formationof
of the committee of Investigation and andprobable aadprobable andprobable
probable findings It is certain that the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special committee will be headed by Son Senator nator Sonator ¬
ator Knuto Nelson of Minnesota and andfrom andtrom andfrom
from his sturdy character his record for forhonesty forhonesty forhonesty
honesty and fairness it Is assured 8S ured that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the investigation Investl aUon will be far reaching and andthorough andthorough andthorough
thorough As to the makeup of the therest therest therest
rest of the committee there is consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able doubt but it is probable that the theEastern theXastorn theEastern
Eastern member will be Senator Elihu EHhuRoot ElihuRoot ElihuRoot
Root
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Birthday of the TelegraphJanuary 6
Today Is the birthday of one of the thegreatest thegreattst thegreatest
greatest and most useful Inventions of ofall otall ofall
all times the telegraph It was on onJanuary onJanuary onJanuary
January 6 1S3S that tho first telegraph telegraphapparatus tele telegraphapparatus raph raphapparatus
apparatus was ftS completed Samuel F B BMorse BIorlepo Btorso
Morse Iorlepo possessed ef ed the master mind which whichconceived wRichconceIved whIchconceived
conceived this wonderful instrument but buthe buthe buthe
he lacked tho money to carry carr out his hisproject hisproject hisproject
project He gave private demonstra demonstrations demonstrations demonstralions ¬
tions of what ho had accomplished but butthrough butthrough butthrough
through the financial assistance of Alfred AlfredVail AlfredVan AlfredVail
Vail also an electrician and Inventor InventorMorses Inventororses inventorMorses
Morses orses ideas wore put into workable workableshape workableshBpe workableshape
shape Alfred Vail following ollowtn Morses Morsesplans Moraesplans Morsesplans
plans constructed the instrument which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was made at the Speedwell Iron Works Worksnear Worksnear Yorklnoar
near Morristown N J JThe JTh JThe
The Th work was conducted with great greatsecrecy greatsecrecy greatsecrecy
secrecy William Baxter who was an anemploye anemploye anemployc
employe at the works rendered valuable valuableassistance vluableassistance Iuable Iuableass
assistance ass stance Morse had devised devl a series seriesof serleiloC seriesof
of ten numbered leaden types tJ which whlerrwore whichwore whichwore
wore to be operated in giving the sfgnals sfgnalsbut sfgmdsbut sfgnalebut
but which necessitated the use of a dic dictionary dictionary dietionary ¬
tionary by which the numbers could be betranslated betranslated betranslated
translated into words This was not sat satisfactory MtIsfactory satIsfactory ¬
isfactory to Vail and he constructed an anentirely anentirely anentirely
entirely nef newl instrument Involving Involvl a alever Ilevor alever
lever or point on a radically different differentprinciple dUferentprinciple differentprinciple
principle which when tested produced produceddots produeeddots produceddots
dots and dashes dashesVaJl dashesVall dashesVaiI
VaJl found that the letter a was tho thomost thomost themost
most frequently used and he accordingly accordinglyassigned Rccordinglyasslsnec1 accordinglyassigned
assigned it the shorter symbol a single singledot singleot singledot
dot ot He visited a printing office an 8n4 8n4from an4from j jfrom
from the problem as worked out in th thcompositors the thecomposltors thecompositors
compositors case ase devised tho famous famousdotanddash famousIdotanddash famousdotanddash
dotanddash alphabet misnamed the theMorse theMorse theMorse
Morse At last the machine was in inworking Inworking inworking
working order and Baxter on January
6 hatless and coatless announced the thegood thegood thegood
good news that the machine was com
IMPROVING OUR CITIES CITIESA CITIESGrent
A A Great Movement In trhlch uh1cb There ThereI Tberelit
I lit Work for Every Ever Citizen CitizenCharles CitizenChuIt CitizenCharles
Charles Mulford ttobineon in the Craftsman CraftsmanWhat CraftIDanWhat CraftsmanWhat
What Is the secret of that wave of city cityand citYand dtyand
and town Improvement effort which Is Isso isso
so conspicuously con lcuouslY sweeping sw plng over the coun country country courttry ¬ I
try Civic Improvement has always been beena
a need noednot not less great at the beginning beginningthan beginningth beginningthan
than th n now though only In recent years yearshas yearsba yearshas
has ba It led to energetic action Today the themovement themoomtnt themovement
movement is continentwide and hag h 3 on enlisted onllated onlisted ¬
listed all sorts and conditions condlt ons of people peopleHa peopleHal peoplehis
Ha Hal one business or Industrial In ustrlal Inter Interests Intereats Intereats ¬
eats Civic Improvement facilitates the thetransportation thetransportation thetransportation
transportation of merchandise by street streetnd streetand streetand
and nd rail and water it lessens wear and andtear andtear andtear
tear by the Improvement of pavements pavementsIt
It broadens markets by the attraction of ofresidents otrealdents ofresidents
residents transient and permanent It ItIncreases ItIncreaaes itIncreases
Increases the efficiency of labor by thoi thoiprovision the thoprovhdon theprovision
provision of a more wholesome environ environment environmeat 1 1raent
meat and the opportunities for health healthCuI healthful j jful
ful but Inexpensive Inex nsive recreation recreationHas recreationHu recreationHas
Has one interest In sanitation Purej Purejair Pure Pureall Pureair
air pure pure food and pure water are among amongits amongits amongits
its objects ject8 and better housing is one of ofIt ofIt ofits
It It first desires Public baths clean pave pavements pavements pavemeats ¬
ments clean yards are included In Its Itspropaganda Itspropaganda itspropaganda
propaganda and It la one of the stanch stanchest stanchest stancheat
est allies in the white plague fight fightHas fightHas fightHas
Has one lovo for little l1ttl children The Thechild ThecblW Thechild
child te the special ward of the t e civic Im Improvement fmIHovemoot Imnprovemerit ¬
provement effort For him the play playground playcround playground ¬
ground is equipped for him the school schoolIs schoolis hool hoolSa
Is made healthful efficient beautiful beautifulwithout beauUrulwithout beautifulwithout
without and an within wlthlni for or him are the theswimming theIwtmmlng theswimming
swimming holes in tho parks the skating skatingponds skatingpond skatingponds
ponds and toboggan slides the th ball ballgrounds ballsrounds ballgrounds
grounds the interplayground meets and andfor andtor andfor
for the little mother are storytelling storytellingsewing storytellingelng storytellingsewing
sewing and singing the swing the flow flowers fio fioers flowera ¬
ers and for her charges the sand and box boxCivic boxClvle boxCivic
Civic improvement paints out the sign of ofKeep ofKeep ofKeep
Keep off the grass grassDoes grassDoes grassDoes
Does one look back instead of for forward forward forward ¬
ward The worthy worth landmarks of the thepast thoput thepast
past are preserved the historic sites are aremarked aremarked aremarked
marked and the b beauty auty of earlier archi architecture architecture archiLecture ¬
tecture Is reverenced reverencedIs
Is ones interest in sociology The Theplayground ThepJ Theplayground
playground pJ yground the park tho better housing housingmake housingmako housingmake
make their appeal The social center the therecreation therecreation therecreation
recreation house with its evening enter entertainments ontertalnments entertainments ¬
tainments the th bettor factory surround surroundings surroundInss surroundbegs ¬
begs the folk dance the many roM > and va various vanoun a artous ¬
rious noun activities which are included In the thegrowing tbefOwlng thegrowing
growing social service of the parks even eventhe eventJe eventhe
the civic club Itself in its essential o senUal da damocracy damoeraey dato4s
mocracy to4s all this is effort that will not
De amea ameaIs
0OIi
Is ones one Interest in art and culture cultureSuppose cultureSuppGH cultureSuppose
Suppose It Is music mu ic There are the free freeband treebaad freeband
band concerts in the th parks Or sculpture sculptureThere seulptureTltere sculptureThere
There are the public statues and bun fountains tountaJns buntaIn ¬
tains taIn Or painting There are the gal galleries galIerI galtories ¬
tories IerI ll for which civic improvement improvementstrives Improvementtrlv Improvementstrives
strives trlv the mural decorations In the pub public public publie ¬
lic buildings the pictures in th the schools schoolsOr echoolsOr nchoolsGm
Or architecture There are the monu monumental menumental monumental ¬
mental cIVIc centers the noble bridges bridgesthe bridSMthe bridgesthe
the encouragement of good design d goner generally gonerally er erally ¬
ally th the regulations imposed to protect protectit
it It Or is the interest in landscape Art nitThere ArtThere artThere
There are the parks the ornamental ornamentalsquares omaJlumtalN ornamentalsquares
squares N and open spaces the improve improvement Improvement improvemeet ¬
ment of grounds surrounding public and andprivate andprfYAt andprivate
private building and the preservation preservationof pre ervstlen ervstlenot
of viewpoints wpolnt and natural beauty beautyIs
Is one rich To him appeal the drives drivesthe drlnsthe drivesth
the th increased splendor of environment environmentthe enrfronmentthe
the great eat avenues Is one poor For Forhim Forhim Forhim
him are the public gardens the vacant vacantlot vacantlot vacantlot
lot cultivation and nd all that beauty and andcomfort andcomfort andcomfort
comfort and pleasure which is proffered profferedto
to the th citizens a a common possession possessionDoes possessionDoes n nDaM
Does one love animals The drinking drinkingfountains drinkingtountalu drinkingfountalas
fountains on the streets the sheep on onpark onpark onpark
park meadows ma oWl the birds and waterfowl waterfowleven waterfowleven waterfowieven
even the zoo and aviary make Mm a re reemit recruit recrult
emit cruitIs crultIs emitIs
Is one a a craftsman There are the thestreet tbemeet thestreet
street furnishings to interest him himname himnamesI himnamesigns name namesigns
signs sI s light standards trolley poles polesalJ polesalJtho polesallthe all alltho
tho fixtures xtures of the common way wayDoes wa waDoes wayDoes
Does one without pretending to art art yet yetloving yetloving et etJovlng
loving beauty and grace and nd fitness feel feelaffection f feelaffection 1 1atrecUon
affection for the city and town whore men mencongregate mencongregate
congregate CGn te and desire to surround with withpleasantness withpleuantMII withpleasantness I
pleasantness the lives of the people He Hemay Hemay I
may enter the billboard fight join the theantismoke theantismoke theantiamoke
antismoke leagues l encourage the preven preventive preventlve preventive ¬
tive work of the juvenile street cleaning cleaningorganizations eleaniDlorganizations cleaningorganizations
organizations join the tree planting so societies socleUeI socleties ¬
cieties and work Iork to secure municipal municipalj munclpalcontrol municipalcontrol
j control of the th street trees and expert expertcare expertcare expertcare
care for them tbMThe themTime themThe
The Versatile Mr Webster IVchnierJ
J F Shades in HMflrittl Bessys BessysAn BlMfLAn leaysAim
An English gentleman enU remarked to an anAmerican anAmerkaJt anAmerican
American What t a giant intellect that thatWebster thateblter thatWebster
Webster eblter of yours had To think of so sogreat sosreat sogreat
great an orator and statesman writing writingthat wrlUngthat writingthat
that dictionary But I felt sure that one onewho onewho onewho
who towered so much above his fellows fellowswould fellowswould fellowswould
would come 8 to a bad end and I was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not a bit surprised to learn that he had hadbeen hadMen hadbeen
been hanged for the murder of Dr DrParkman DrParkman DrParkinan
Parkman
Needs ecl1s Explanation ExplanationFrom Exp1anuHonFrom ExplanationFrom
From the Kansas City Ttaws TtawsIf TiIMsIt TisassIf
If kissing transmits fatal germs how howdees howdces howdees
dees it happen that all the babies kissed kissedby kissedby kissedby
by Lafayette are dying at the age of 110
pleted An experiment wa made with witha
a coil of wire three miles log Vail was wasat wasat wasat
at one end of the wire and Morse was wasat wasat wasat
at tho other Yalls father who was wasskeptical wasskeptical as asskeptical
skeptical as to the possibility JM sslbUlt of such an aninstrument anfnBtnnnont aninstrument
instrument wrote on a piece pI e of paper paperA pperA paperA
A patient p tlent waiter is no loser and said saidIf saidIt saidIf
If you can send this and Mr Morse Morsecan 1Iorseenn Morsecan
can read It at the other end I shall be beconvinced beconvinced beconvinced
convinced It was accomplished and andthe andthe andthe
the fathers delight knew no bounds The Themachine Themachine Themachine
machine was taken to Washington and andcaused Andcaused andcaused
caused not only wonder but excitement excitementThe excitementThe excitementThe
The first telegraph line was constructed constructedbetween constructedb constructedbetween
between b tween Washington and Baltimore and andthe andthe andthe
the first Instrument used is now In the thecustody thecustody thecustody
custody of the National Museum at atWashington atVashington atWashington
Washington WashingtonMay WashingtonMay VashingtonMay
May 24 1S44 the official test was made madeIn madeIn madeIn
In charge of the Baltimore end of the thewire thewlra thewire
wire was Alfred Vail Morses partner partnerwhile partnerwhile partnerwhile
while at the other Instrument in the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber of the United States Stat Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court at Washington sat the Inventor Inventorhimself Inventorhlmselt Inventorhimself
himself now fiftythree fift three years ears old sur surrounded sur surrounded surrounded ¬
rounded by his friends and high govern government government governmeat ¬
ment officials officialsMorse officials1I9Ise officialsMorse
Morse had promised his young frIend frlandMies frIendMflS friend3tlss
Mies Ellsworth who had surprised him hima hima hima
a year ear before with the news of the pas passage passale pansage ¬
sage of ofliis his bill that she should s send nd the theflrst thefirst thefirst
first message Her mother suggested the thewords thewords thewords
words What hath God wrought and andthey andthe andthey
they the were accepted by the inventor 1 entor who whofound whofound whofound
found them quite in accord with his own ownreligious ownreligious ownreligious
religious feelings Written in the Morse Morsealphabet Morsoalphabet Morsealphabet
alphabet the four words were transmitted transmittedto transmitteto
to Baltimore and a a moment later were wereflashed wele welefiashed wemeflashed
flashed back by Mr Vail It was the first firstmessage firstmessage firstmessage
message to he recorded on a complete completeline completeline completeline
line of telegraph and with It tho triumph triumphof
of the inventor was complete compl te
Other notable events happening on January C were the birth of Thomas ThomasCiiittenden ThomasChittenden ThomasCisittenden
Ciiittenden 1i30 1730 Charles Sumner 1311 eminent American statesman Joseph JosephHolt JosephHolt JosephIlolt
Holt 1801 1S07 > the jurist Clarence King 1S43 1S43 the originator of the th United UnitedStates UnitedSttes UnitedStates
States Geological Survey Joan dArc 1402 Richard II of England 1366 and andthe andthe andthe
the weddimr day of Qeonre Washineton and Martha Custls 1759
I
AT THE HOTELS HOTELSPresent HOTELSProsent
Present Indications point to the UIOpes UIOpesslbfo pas passible uissiblo ¬
sible return of the tbo Liberal party to power powerin IJOwer IJOwerIn powerin
in England again but It will be with a agreatly 0cath agreatly
greatly cath reduced majority not big enough enoughhowever enouGhhowever enoughhowever
however to be a working majority said saidGeorge saidGeorge ald aldGeorgo
George S Wyndhatn of Liverpool Liverpoollan Eng England Bughand ¬
land lan an ex reporter at the Raleigh Raisighenight test testnight lastnIght
night nightThe nIghtThe nightThe
The Liberal party p rt as It is today is ismade Ismade Ismade
made up of so many faotion from which whichit s sIt
it draws Its Its ts support that tho slightest slightestdissension sUghtMtds5enslon slightestdissension
dissension may cause a defection which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may join hands with the Conservatives Conservativesand
and thereby bring about the fall of 0 tho thoLiberal thoLboral theLiberal
Liberal party That being the case cuetak cuetakIt casetakeit take takeit
it for granted for the sake of an Illustra Illustration musutlonthe hlhtstxtiontho ¬
tion tlonthe tho Liberal party would not dare darebring dIU dIUbring darebring
bring In a bill granting home rule to toIreland toIreland toIreland
Ireland It would be bound to bring bringabout bringabout bringabout
about dissension which might precipitate precipitateits
its fall and demise So even If the theLiberal thoLiberal theLiberal
Liberal party should be returned it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be in a position to make good the thepledges thepledges thepledges
pledges it gave to the Irish party which whichnaturally whichnaturally whichnaturally
naturally would insist on the passage of ofthe otthe ofthe
the home rule bill as the first legislative legislativemeasure legislattyemeasure legislativemeasure
measure of the new cabinet cabinetAnd cablnotAnd cabinetAnd
And even If the Liberal party were re returned returned returned ¬
turned with the tremendous majority it itnow Itnow itnow
now enjoys In the House of Commons Commonssomething Commonsomething Commonssomething
something over DM 3IOIt It would not moan meancontrary moanclntrary moancontrary
contrary to popular expectations the thediminution thelmlnutlon thediminution
diminution or abridgment abrl tMnt of any of the therights theright therights
rights or prerogatives of tho House of ofLords otLordl3 ofLords
Lords This branch of the national natlonallegb natlonallegblature legis legislature legislature ¬
lature was established by King John and andits andIts andits
its rights are obtained in the constitution constitutionof
of England It Is as secure as the th House Houseof HouseoC Houseof
of Commons which was brought about by byOliver byOliver byOliver
Oliver Cromwell In order to change the thestatus thestatus thestatus
status of the Lords the people would wouldhave wouldbae wouldhave
have to vote on It as a special slHClalls Issue IssueEngland issueEngland ue ueEngland
England is not a socialistic country countrynotwithstanding countrynot1thstl1dlng countrynotwithstanding
notwithstanding tho fact that the Social Socialists SocIalIsts Socialists ¬
ists in Parliament hold the power of bal balance balance halance ¬
ance There is much talk about taxing taxinggreat taxtngsreat taxinggreat
great estates of the lords and commoners commonersIt
It that tha should be done there is nothing noUtl g to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the owners of these estates from fromabandoning fromabandoning fromnabandoning
abandoning them or shutting them down downand dewnand downand
and discharging those who are employed employedi
i on them sometimes as high as SM S com composed coinposed composed ¬
posed of otgarnekoepe11 gamekeeper gardeners rarden a farmers farmersservants farmersservants farmersservants
servants artisans and others othersWhat othersWhat othersWhat
What would these e people do if the theestate theettate theentate
estate which employes them and sup supplies supplies supplies ¬
plies them with their dally d bread and andI andbutter andbutter
I butter were to shut 1It down down as a ooase cons
quenco of the Liberal party executing executingtheir execuUngtheir executingtheir
their threat of taxation taxationThe ta taxationThe Uon UonThe
The Liberal party got Into power POW re repeatedly repeatedly repeatodly ¬
peatedly by trickery I remember whenGladstone when whenGladstone 1enGladstone
Gladstone put the question to the House Houseof DaIeof lionsof
of Commons Comm s on granting home rule to toIreland toIreland toIreland
Ireland and tho Conservatives arose and andleft andleft andleft
left the house in a body M a sign a of ofprotest oCprotest ofprotest
protest Quick as a flash fta b Mr Gladstone Gladstoneannounced Gladstoneannounced IItoDeaRnounced
announced that the bill had passed nasal unanimously 111I121mousty nasalumoushy ¬
mously It was unanimous because the theopposition tillo theopposition
opposition o bad left And then then after all allhome althome allhome
home rule WM not put in execution At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that time most m of the prominent maMtoera maMtoeraof Dt MM1 MM1o
of the Liberal party deserted its U ranks rankaas ranksas
as itr Chamberlain Lord Gosches the theDuke theDulle theDuke
Duke of o Devonshire and many y others othersRobert otIIersRobert othersRobert
Robert M Hiatt ot ol1Mhoma Leeheme Ohio at atthe atthe atthe
the New Wlllard last evening WAg In speak speaking npaking peakIng ¬
ing of the new State said saidOklahoma saidOklahoma midOklahoma
Oklahoma is destined to become one oneof oneof oneof
of the greatest If not the leading I State Statein StateIn StateIn
in tHe Union it being progressive and andenterprising andenerprl8lng andenerprialng
enterprising in most every 7 particular ar line lineor lineorlbnmch lineorbranch
orlbnmch or I branch of business from its own re resources r rsources resources ¬
sources it is rapidly increasing in pop population population population ¬
ulation and the small towns of a few fewyears fewyears fewyears
years pgo igo f are now fast developing dev g hi Into mtalar Intolarge to tolarge
large lar cities such as Enid GuthrIe Okla Oklahoma Oid Oklahoma ¬
homa City and others all having the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest improvements and facilities as in inthe Inthe inthe
the Eastern cities The opportunities ton tonyoung fo foOU totyoung
young OU b men are splendid IoitdW and the farmers farmersare farDMrsare farmersare
are prosperous an aDd their homes of the thebest thebest thebest
best bestCapt bestCapt
bestCapt
Capt J L Bass and Mr J 3 Nephew NephewKing NepbewKing ew ewKing
King leading leacllD citizen and public spirited spiritedmen spiritedmen sidritedmen
men of Rome Ga are In the city citythe citytheformer citytheformer the theformer
former at the Wfitard the latter la ec at the theShoreham thoShoreham theShoreham
ShorehamKJng ShorehamKing Shoreham ShorehamKing
King and myself said Capt Bass Basslast Buslast Basslast
last nl night ht are here in the th interest of ofthe otthe ofthe
the greatest and most magnificent ftcent waterway water waterway waterway ¬
way possibility in th tM entire tire South S utb Southanopen < at atopen n nopen
open Coo o River from Rome Ga to tothe tothe tothe
the Gulf of Mexico e 1co The showing we weshall weshall 8 8shall
shall be able to make mask before the Rivera Riveraand RtvfrsAnd Riversand
and Harbors Committee of the House Housebefore HOU Housebefore 6 6before
before which we shall appear tomor tomorrow tomorrowwill tomorrowwill ¬
row rowwill will be convincing and ought ou t to toget toget toget
get results If results are ar ever to be beobtained beobta1ned hoobtained
obtained for entirely worthy objects objectsDeep objectsDeep objectsDeep
Deep water from Rome to Mobile Xob1Joe where wherethe wherothe wherethe
the Coosa empties Into the Gulf would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be of inestimable advantage to the rich richest rlchNt richeat ¬
est and finest section of the southcentral southcentralSouth JIOuthceatralSouth southcentralSouth
South affording aordln water transportation as asit asit asIt
it would for all the territory alone the thaway theway theway
way of Gadsden Ala Wetumpka Mont Montgomery Montgomor Montgomory ¬
gomery and on down We believe we wehave wehftvo wehave
have a a good proposition to submit submitand submitandthe and andthe d dthe
the reports of government experts re recently reeently recentlv ¬
cently centlv looking into this matter confirm confirmour oooftrmour confirmour
our brightest hopes and aspirations aspirationsThe upiratloMThe aspirationsThe
The whole South is booming as never neverbefore neverbefore neverbefore
before If it can get its just deserts desertsfrom deNrttrom desertsfrom
from the Federal government Kon governmentand mmentand and I Imust Imust Imust
must say the government vernment is showing showinga 5 5a
a disposition to give gI it just tbatIt will willsimply wIllsimply willsimply
simply flow with milk and honey in the theyears th thyoars theyears
years to come In fact tACt Dixie probably probablyi
i is destined to be the prosperity caster casterof ceGtetor canterof
of tho world protty soon no matter what whathappens wh whathappens t thappens
happens happensCharles happensCharJ happensCharles
Charles CharJ R Carruth a New York attor attorney Attorney aLterney ¬
ney who is at t the Raleigh and is repre representing representing representing ¬
senting the interests of the tobacco trust trustbefore trustbefore trustbefore
before the Supreme Court related a pe peculiar pecull8r pacuhiar ¬
culiar coincident coIndulne yesterday He said saidI Iud
I happened to meet meet at the Supreme SupremoCourt SupremaCourt SupremeCourt
Court another lawyer lj r who is connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with tho case and In exchanging names nameshe namNhe nameshe
he gave his as a Edward G Rogers of St StPaul StPul StPaul
Paul Minn One word brought on an another another another ¬
other and finally he asked me where hare I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was from I told him Berlin Win where whereupon whereuponbe whereupon ¬
upon uponbe he informed me that h he also was wasfrom wasfrom wasfrom
from that place It finally A developed developedthat developedthnt developedthat
that his family lived across the street streetfrom strHtfror streetfrom
from my m people peo and that I used to know knowhim knowhim knowhim
him quito well when both of us wero weroboys weroboys wereboys
boys which was more than forty years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago We e certainly never thought th t at that thattime thAtthroe thattime
time the wo 0 would meet again both as aslawyers 1191awers aslawyers
lawyers representing the same cast c be before ftore before ¬
fore the same sa1 Q tribunal What bat a is small smallworld m11vorld smallworld
world this is after all allGrcnt allGreat allGreat
Great CHic and Big IJ Once OneuFrom One OneFnm1 OnceFrom
From the Amerkwi Ckj CkjA CiUA UtyA
A city ct can be great without being big bigand bigand bigand
and if onehalf of the energy expended expendedby
by b chambers of commerce commer e and boards el eltrado ettrado oftrado
trado in booming their cities wore de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted to bettering them the results would wouldbo wouldbo wouldbe
bo more satisfactory even from a bus business bustness I Icess ¬
ness standpoint There are already rndynumber a anumber anumber
number of relatively or actually small smallAmerican smallAmerlean emailAmerican
American citing cltl to which people of means meansare mansaro meansare
are moving by choice because they U are aradesirable arodeslrablo aredesirable
desirable places to live in or in which whichto wbichto
to bring up children Civic virtue Is be becoming becoming beconning ¬
coming an asset that the shrowd business businessman bU6n businessman s sman
man will 111 not long overlook overlookFair oerlookFnlr overlookFair
Fair Exchange ExchnneFfOiJ ExchangeFrom ExchniicreFrom
From Life LifeDo WeDo LiaDo
Do you have social relations reiatiog with their theirfamily theirfamily theirfamily
family familyNo familyNo familyNo
No purely business businesswe we exchange exchangeChristmas exchangeChristmas exchangeChristmas
Christmas presents

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