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T Th Secretary or o th the Navy In a re recnl recnlIoftYiU at athoarse
hoarse be betr fora tha Hoot Naval Corn Cotnjnltts
3flItt jnltts touched on 0 a L delicate point which whichKigh
Kigh migbLeu11y t asily lead to the cloiteg of aome aomeof orn
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of Urf th navy yards or a reduction of the theappropriations tu tuappropriations I
appropriations for the maintenance of ofthose ol
those plants provided the navy yards yardswere I
were ere act BO strongly troast intrenched as insti institutions ¬
tutions for the bOMftt of thorn thou represent representing ¬
ing districts in States ttOB in fl which the yards yardsare I
are loaned Mr Meyer imparted to the thecommittee S
committee his theory that it would be beadvantageous b t
advantageous to award contracts for the theextensive
extensive repairs and alterations which whichare t
are periodically necessary on vessels of ofvar o owI r
wI var Once hi four er five years a battle battleship
batthf
ship uiip for instance must be thoroughly thoroughlyoverhauled f
overhauled and receive new equipment equipmentsuch equipmentsuch
such as boilers armament military militaryinattts mli1t r rznasta
inattts new internal arrangement and andwhat am I
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what not The expense in some of these theseinstances thes thesiitanc I
instances iitanc amounts to 17060130 per ship shipand hi
and more This work ha baa hitherto been beenIi
< Ii tiie > ne at the navy yards yozd each ship bar havi
barf
i ifl tc its 1t own station for tMis purpose Of Ofcourse 0 f
0e
course this work Is a big thing for the thenavy tb tbnay e
navy yards 3 ards as ft furnishes additional I Ilabor
labor fur the civil force It will be a adistinct I
distinct loss to a community which de deptads
ptads on navy flftV yard employment to lose losethe lea a
the jobs to contractors At the same sametime am C
amd
time Secretary Mejtr believes it would wouldbe woul woulbt d
be bt in the interest of f public economy if ifthere I Ithere
there Were competitive bidding b4dd1n on sped specifications spedfivatlons ¬
fications covering the repairs repairsThis
This proposition led some of the mem members I ¬
bers of the Naval Committee to remark remarkthat remar remarthat k
that this appeared to be an authoritative authoritativeadmission 6 6adm1sstn
admission of the extravagance of f navy navyyard nay I
yard administration and that if the thenavy th kO kOnavy
navy yards were not ot to be used for the theconstruction Ui iO iOcon3truttion
construction of abs of war and were werer wax 8 8bet
r bet > ot to be available vailabl for installing repairs repairst U
it t might be u wit to depend entirely entirelyon entlrel I Ion
on the private shift I yards and do all the thework Ui e
work on naval snipe ahI from beginning to toend I o eo
end under contract and so cut down downthe dow U
the t appropriation for and reduce the thenumber Ui ie
UiIs
number of government plants of this thischaracter th Is
a character There has been periodically periodicallycome perlodicallrome ly
come talk along these lines but when whenever I ¬
ever any attempt has been made to close closea cloi cloia P0 IP0
a navy yard and notice of that event eventhas evi
has been given at the Navy Department Departmenttht t
the clamor and activity have been suffi sufficient 1 ¬
auflI
dent to defeat the purpose urpeso Th The pres present pret I ¬
ent administration had an experience in inthat I
that direction Almost the last official officialact olflcli ii
olflclit
act of Mr Xewberry in the Navy Depart Departrti Deparr t
r rti ftzAt t was to close dOSS two navy yards on the thefJuIf U to toulf
fJuIf ulf coast and among the flrst of the theffficial ft e erjcjal
ffficial acts of his h1 successor when Mr MrMeyer M r rieyer
Meyer ieyer came to the Navy Department Departmentvas Dspartmencas
vas cas to ennui nnul the order Orderand and this obvl obvlfjFly I
fjFly y by reason of the pressure of influ influcnces miii miiires a Ia
cnces res in the neighborhood of the yards yardsmarked yard Is Isma
marked ma rked for suspension suspensionBoys suspaxsaloaBoys
Boys of Today TodaySays Todayya
Says ya the St Louis Globe GObefleJflOt GObefleJflOtWe Democrat DemocratWe
We haw never bees of tiiow thai finding ndtng nw mdc mdcf 45 45deiy
f deogr in n the ruing rii i iWMWtiOB W We fene feneresit ae re reoIJtInus
resit l optimistic oIJtInus tie io the belief belie that the fc be of ofth ofth
th j presert rt dv a ft xt bottom ju what the theboys I he heO
boys of O ft > ny jetra ur i iThe
The real truth of the
matter is we
sus suspect su a apect1 ¬
pect boys are in the average better to today t 0 0day ¬
day than they ever were before Grown Grownups Grow Il Ilups ¬
ups may not always incline willingly to toadmit toadmit
admit as much unhesitatingly but
it itprobably t tprobably
probably Is perfectly true tru
neverthe nevertheless e e1e3 ¬
less 1e3
lessBy
By reason ro on of different and constantly constantlychanging constant 1 1cbanglg
changing environment the boys of one onegeneration o pta ptageneration
generation are not easily sily to ba compared comparedpoint eontpar d doint
point oint by point with the t ± e boys of another anotherThe anotb r rThe
The earner status of this repoolic its itsunsettled Itstnaettlsd
unsettled sections its it conflicting race raceits rnc s sIts
its simplicity ana its crwJenesedevel crwJenesedeveloped rI rIopeci
oped more of the picturesque in individ individuate mdlvi Id Idunla ¬
uate perhaps The boy who walked walkedten walk ed edtea
ten mites to school erery day and who whostudied w ho hostudied
studied his lessons the
by light of a apise a apine
pine torch or a a tallow dip d1p7 stands forth forthIn foz lb lbIn
In our retrospective view ef things
com compelllngly c m mpellingly
pelllngly engaging His homespun shirt shirtand iii irt irtand
and logcabin domicile challenge our def deference d f ¬
erence and admiring attention Xe e must mustremember in ret retremcrnbe
remember however that after all he hemerely hemerely
merely adapted himself to conditions conditionsbe as ashe
be found them Just ust as our presentday presentdayyoungsters preoentd lay layyoungsters y
youngsters would do right cheerfully if ifthey ifthEy
they found things the same way Now Nowadays No w wadays ¬
adays it so happens that sehoolhouses sehoolhousesare sehoelhouj ci ciare
are much more accessible ptno torches torchesand torci tea teannii
and tallow dips have been superseded supersededby auperae led ledby
by lamps and electric lights homespun homespuncloth bomea nn nnloth
cloth loth is known only to song and story storylogcabin stoi ry rylogcabin
logcabin domiciles are few and far be between between ¬
tween tweenWe tweenwe
We do not bellevs that real manliness manlinessamong manlin ena enaamong es
among boys ever was more generally generallyprevalent genra ml mlprevalent ily
prevalent than it is today This i ilargely te islargely
largely the outcome of a closer knowl knowledge lno wl wledge r ¬
edge of and acquaintance with one an another i Inother ¬
other Our public school systems reach reaching reni h hlug ¬
lug far into the rural regions our ourM Y YM
M C As a5 our baseball leagues our in intercollegiate intereolletat n ¬
tercollegiate tereolletat and high school chool athletics athleticsall a aall i
all of these have operated to broac sroaden sroadenthe len lenthe
the youthful horizon and to give the theyouth I Lbsyouth
youth himself a clearer insight into life lifeJn I lifeta fe
Jn Its asor more complex aspects and mans manseternal ma ns nson B
eternal and everlasting dependence deiendencehis on onhis yn
his fellow man for happiness and ci Jn Jntent f
tent aere below belowA j jA
A good many fathers forget that they theyorce U ey eywere y
orce were boys themselves just as th eir ir
lathers Ta thers before Uiei tho fpt OrOt ot life tIO earn earnthing
thing tlt1 tlt1to n ofT btcours course Tlftat T1ti Is an aft 1iiotoii etory etoryto
to ba sure but boys themtelves are art artld anstory
old ld story A parent vlmrflnQs vIio Jliflis himself himselfgrowing
growing ro wlng pearfmlsitle ifiout hout Ids boys boysto
h ch rIng thltbithOmIs and fatI
1 t to an iratgfi t PJMS 1rOitt aov dvjrde dvjrdendency seiid seiidtendency
tendency te ndency of ijiitjgs thmrs nfeds to put on
brakes br akes ard nd iirnk think It t nllovor X ffvor The tw trou troumay
j
ble blobo way 1 b4 with ith him more than with iris irisboys Idays
boys bo ys at least soma raoasure iuoasure of bins bfcunamay
may n y attach to the qna g ae less tiian t1 the
0 other ot her Boy Boys are tiiaagtl9S5f Uipatlo sto sbd they theyhave
have ha ve tD ba forgiven a ood Ml demL But
there th ththi ere are a et to a llac mop at t large in inthis Ins
this thi s country todfej tod ajfl d all of them used
to b bi boys a nod d seine of o them pretty
bad b ad lisjsig at that vm fancy fancyParents fanayParents
Parents who fall ft to get a a large 1ar ajnouni ajnouniof rnouxt
of genuine gcnt e sattefaetion and pleasure from fromtheir
their th thfa eir children ar ae oowartriv when taty
fail fa U back on tie whine that boys ae s snot
not no t what they were in the od > ed olft olftdays o1 o1ys
days da ys Whatever the trouble ay Y be beat u
that th at is not it it Our cJv CIVIIISMIOJt h tfc > n is 1 K la Liii
ure ur e if our boys are net improving all alle
th the e time And we believe they are areThe
The Playgimds r1aygioundsKcop Keep Cool CoolCongress Coolongmas
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Congress ongmas tr tfeat m Washington well not to toiy
5 5to iy 1 generous nero1sIV U deals with Washing Washington ¬
ton to n usually as tffo grtat Capital of a aglorious
glorious gl orious Republic sfeontd be dealt with withIts withs
Its It s interest in Washington Is growing growingyear growingby
year by year yearIts Us friendly substantial in interest
terest ter set And Washington is quite appre appreofculvs
ofculvs siy of toe fact factHonest
Honest differences of opinion arise now nowand nowd
and 3l d then naturally One hits arisen arisente
te between the House and the commu community ¬
nity nt t with reference to the playgrounds playgroundsmovement
I m movement oYemeut It has led to some playgroundsI sharp sharpwords shariords I
w words ords to some aorn unpleasant innuendoes innuendoesand
and to a costly waste aste of time The Sen Senate ¬
ate takes the view of the community communityproperly communityoperly
properly pr operly we think In the end all win wincome
come co me out right no doubt But pending pendingthe
the th e adjustment it is to be hoped that thatthere
there th ere will be 6 no further outburst of feel feeling ¬
ing la g in any quarter It is unbecoming unbecomingLet
Let L et it be adjusted calmly dispassion dispassionately dispassionly ¬
ab ately ly Nobody wants to see a a deadlock deadlockover
over ov er this item of I17WL I17WLThe 17
The House is I for the th Children Of Ofcourse r rurse
course co urse it is It wants to see 5O their lives livesmade liveiade
made m ade happy just as we do Its hand handis han I
IS
is not raised against them No indeed indeedIt IndOeddOI S
It does net relish being put to an atti attitude ¬
tude tu ds of hostility toward the children chlldrenrflguratively
flguratively and pictorially pictoriallyand and we do donot d dot
not n ot blame it It Perhaps there has been beenundue
undue u and oversealous activity in push pushins
ins In a good cans cause That sometimes hap happens hapbut ¬
pens It is only natural naturalBut
But since everybody has been heard it itis I t
tI
is now time to recover equilibrium all allaround at I
around ar ound and proceed coolly and good goodtemperedly goodSVtpeIWdly
temperedly t That is th way to adjust adjustthese t these
these t honest differences of opinion opinionthi the theonly t
only o nly way
Shall Babte Be Abolished AbolishedOf
Of all the highbrow cult recently pro projecting ¬
jecting je eting themselves into the limelight de deliver ¬
liver li ver us from this Prof Cluck who whothreatens whi a aea
threatens ea the world with the abolition of ofbabies o If Ifabisa
babies b v vNot
Not that he predicts the disappearance disappearanceof C
of widgets of humanity hqman1tfem frem the face of ofthe o
the earth te be sure surhapp1b Jiappirjr the prsf prsffeseor pr presser
feseor L esser is not yet that far gone hi His Hisupper hi hiatoryItut
upper storyut that he does prophesy prophesytime i
time when all babies will be born borninto her it
into I the world so fully developed wen wentally nierally
tally t that they will be able immediately immediatelyto I
to t o talk read write work out mathe mathematical ¬
matical m atkal problems while we wait and dis discuss dliUSS ¬
cuss C USS politics politicsWe oIitics oIiticsWe
We sigh for no such time On the thecontrary th it itontrary
contrary c quite the reverse as Mr MrSam i r rain
Sam M ain Weller WellerIt it was Sam was It not notwas notas
I was w as wont to say We love babies babiesrca real realgenuine I Ienuine
genuine g enuine babies Their innocence their theirhelplessness the It
helplessness h and their unlearned estate estateare ostal ostalre La
are a re their chief charms We enjoy see seeing se t tug ¬
ing l ug them start jtt zero and progress progressalong prngre Is
along a long their way to knowledge step by bystep Ii 0
step The first time a baby sees a sun sunbeam ui 1 ¬
beam be dancing en the wall we encourage encouragethe e e
the thought that to his littleness that thatsunbeam flu tt tta
sunbeam is a a fairy fairyand and a a particularly particularlygood paruoniar ly lygood y
good fairy moreover And nd we are in no nosort r to o
sort s ort of hurry to have him get awayj awe y ythe
from the idea too rapidly If we give him hi in ina i ia
a rose and he cannot tell the rose from fromhis Ire Irehis
his own tiny toes toeswhy why that is the kind kindof klr klrof
of tiling we most admire in babies babiesBesides babiesBesides
Besides so long as a baby has its itsmother I Is
mother to witness its surpassing bright brightness t tand ¬
ness and pronUslpg pmns1afg future what use has hasthe hi La
the youngster for an early conception conceptionof ft ftof
of language mathematics and politics politicsIs r rs
Is I s not the mother able to translate her herbabys h r rbabys
babys persistent goo Into anything anythingand anythtr ig igand
and everything under ianr the sun necessary necessaryte 17 17his
te his happiness or 0 the establishment of ofhis ofhis
his intellectual superiority Why worry worrythe won 11 11the
the baby with the duty ef explaining his hisgeneral b itS itSnII
general nII understanding of men and things thingsaround Uila Is Isaround
around him and especially when lits litsmaternal i s snrntsrnal
maternal ancestor baa that explaining explainingbusiness explalun 11 11business
business down patter than the patti pattestanyway t4 t4anyway
anyway anywayWe
We aro sorry sore we ever heard anythb anything anythingef a athis r k
ef this Gluck Glug persxm and his astonish astonishing aetonis aetonistag ¬
tag theory Wo bopo we never shall shallhear sin Ill Illof I
hear of either again and andwe v we believe boIleir we weshall Ca Canot t
shall not We object emphatically to toti totitw the theabolition
abolition tw of the good oldfashioned oldfashionedbablan ed edbabrnWses
bablan babrnWses MBS n every over one We do not nottrsitt 0 0thazn
trsitt thaw to come here toe wise and andwe aj rid ridiio
we do not ot want wa t them to get wjse wse oae oaeminute a so sominute J
minute bettor they have to They are arenot a re renot
not vouchsafed much time to be babies babiesat lab ta tabest
at beet and we sire re stanch advocates of oftheir oftheIr 5f
their being permitted to play that de deligbtful d Ii IilightIul
ligbtful string out to the very end endnot
Do not be unnecessarily alarmed Every e II
time you feel a disinclination to work workcreeping o rk rkcreeping
creeping on these days do not jump to tothe tothe
the conclusion that you are being de devoured ii iivad
voured by hookworms bookwormse
e 4 cheese j etaoin eatoin mtnu re remarks 0 0marks ¬
marks the Charlotte Chronicle Must Musthave M ist istbeen
have been limburger limburgerA
1 1A
A Virginia woman is reported to t have ha Va Vaput
put a burglar to flight by Utrwiag oggs eg ge geafter
after him No wonder
the burglar burgi ar arskipped
skipped before a woman so vehemently vehemeni ty
desperate desperateHa4s thsperateBats
Bats ave to be bigger this spring than thanever ur its itsever tt
ever before so c fashion authority anthorl ty tysays y
says Pretty soon there may nof not be beroom
room in this World for anything else elsecopt ex
copt hats hatsPerhaps
Perhaps Philadelphia would welcome weleci lie liethe
the opportunity to get a good nights nIgh S Selcep
sleep a daytime nap or any other old oldtiling aidtling
tiling by way of a reposeful period periodOne
m i
One of the candidates for governor of ofTexas ofTexas if
Texas seems to be running on his quall cua LII LIIfiiMtkuns I
fixations In the tjse of a large number mimI er erviriety r
ana variety of words gays the Chatta Chati La l
ijoosjt noo g Times Candldatog pf of all lf lfhlitve 5OrSu 5OrSuv
hlitve 1Ei v been d doing ing that iry y sa Baii e esince 1h 1hce
since sin ce flue yea I however howavorWhether 2 2Vlutther
l Whether the next liousp house IB J pniocratlfc ThrnooratIcnot pniocratlfcoc
oc in not the DanviJie Bi ill dlatibt distrIOt pr0h pr0hW rqb
W y will return uncle Joe to fion fionji C n nHeJrftlttod
HeJrftlttod toSO tIiftin rrQm
ji j lire lireOth > inside no matter what happens happensothorwise
otl othorwise Oth erwise s
The Senate ol tlis tIeUnitud tjnlted States tatcln tatclneod Ifii Ifiised
P Ims sed the postal savings bank bW bWy b1U b1US
Oiy y S the KorfoDc Landroarfc Jts tL host hostfriend
fri friend end jntght pass it nbwr uOV and TQ ndver ndverrecognise
w recognise rec osa iu JnoreoverNo Jnoreover xnoreavero
i No N o nMrtteV mattet how l lirit jr L the first robin robintries robinea
tfl tries tr ea semenew the theIinek btek beer jjoa oaI man maneg manea
trag
ag eg to baj W iii ithwui ivory vary sprliiijV sprliiijVIt splfli
It I t has been demonstrated recently in
Connaciicut Ca x nii etlcut that a a lSparwealc bfinJc bAnIrkha8
eltrc I rkha8 hae acftbualness owning a 4Hior 40horse 40horsew a anowtr
nowtr pO w itutomobili itutomobiliMore
j More 1ere than one sedate and stswCUftgoIrif sti Ugol
bu bupip 04 slnetis man k l indulging In Cobb
pi pipe pip e dreams nowadays
Some S ome New Yorker urker must have mafln maflnHop 1flfltiOp
Hop Ho p Smith hopping mad L
Fruit 1 ri1t trees are bursting into bletim alj U Uer
over ov ovtal er Georgia Qoodby old noadli ecOi on ontake
tal take i er oie o yoancif See yon nast ItLgUrn um ummer
mer m ere sure 5U
Senator Bailey is the th most famous famousorator famousator
orator or ator in the world says th the Birming Birmingham ¬
ham ha m Ledger So the irslnift legiilattifa legiilattifaseems IigIslatueems I
seems se ems not to think thinkHave thinkHave
Have you heard the call of tire tiree b MV MVdenr
de denr e inquires the Knoxvtjle 3 nonvlis Sefiffasl SefiffaslThink SisiIink
Think Th ink so sure Sounded like Hioal HioalThank
Thank heaven the Cornet scare can cannot cant
not no t be used as an argument in favor of a alot a at
lot io t of new battle ships and things thingsIt
It is said M that the Black Hand han de demanded deinded
manded me nded ffa fabulous sum from Caruso CarusoWhy Carusohy
Why W hy does not the great Caruso tender tenderthe
the th e Black Hand a song recital and call callsquare I
it square squareWfll
Will the next House be Republicaninquires Republican IlepubLIeanluires
inquires Isq uires the Chicago Inter Ocean A Aquery L Lery
query qu ery of that sort simply tickles Mr MrtChamp
tChamp harnp Clark almost to death deathAn
An Illinois minister has h quit his charge chargein
in order to become a baseball umpire umpireEvidently umpirevidentIy
Evidently this in Ii a nr nisterial fan who whocannot wIt wItnnot
cannot ca nnot bring himseh to let bygones be bebygones b bgones
bygones bygonesHon by gones gonesHon
Hon Zelaye probably will feel like ten tendering ¬
dering de rlng his congratulations to Mr Knoxs Knoxsyounger Knoxrunger I
younger yo unger son sonPerhaps
Perhaps Mr J Jaek rk Cudahy aspired to ti
be known to local fans as s the village villagecutup
cutup cu tup
The Platt revrlations recently publishe < l
do not tell anything new 50 o much KB KBthey a 5
they th ey rattle a lot of old skeletons
Congressman Macon Is from Georgia Georgiays
sa ys the San Antonio Express Xpris Wt Vo do donot d
not n ut believe Congressman Macon suspects suspectsit S
it It however howeverA
A writer of fiction describes his as ascent is isent ¬
cent c ent of Mount McKlnky observes the theNew tb e
New N ew Orleans States Poor old Cook He Hewill II IIill ep p
Nw
will w ill never hear th the l lit st of that of ofThe a r
c ourse
The little lltti thing hovering on the hori horison I
son Z On no bigger than a mans hand That Thatis Tha t
is the peekahco shirt waist waistThe
The stage career of a beautiful actress actressends actre Is i
ends e nds with her marriage says a writer writerFor r
For F or a aNew mason pert
New Jersey IP threatening to chastise chastisea chastli e j
a few trusts 8ap thorn on their wrists uTlStdoubt a
no doubt doubtMr doubtir
Mr ir Taft could baMly make a braver braverstart hravc r rtart
start s tart on his Rorond ei n4 year than the theweather tli IF
weather w eather man is making makingMan
Man in New York was awarded 4 iA rG X Xfor SO >
for f or the loss of a leg Fays the Schenec Schenectady Scherteudy 1
tady Ui dy Union Tin should warn all leg legpullers Ici
p pullers uliers not to ktcp it up until the easy eax ly y
mark m arkIs is separated entirely from the leg le g
gLfl
Col oI Roosevelt saw lWXI W natives in an x xfrican Lfl T
African A frican war dance asys ayg the Savannah SavannahNews Savann ifl j
News Naw Still tntu wa not a marker to towhat 0
what the natives saw sawCHAT
CHAT OF THE FORUM FORUMThe
The Present Outlook OutlookProm
Prom I u the CfeKtaad l lesdtr dtr dtrAll
All ftigna point caut to i i Jong ftioB of f Cmnwa Cmnwalot uree or a
lot k of important woric loft iinfirisbtd iinfirisbtdXot
i I Iot
Xot ot So the Other OtltcrFrom
From Uw iii Atlanta CoiiftiMM n nThree rh1ThlO
Three hns h1ThlO OBejteibTdiT Rrrtn and Fairbank FairbankEconomy Fahbar ib ibbit
bit we n mAsejc tO f tIififl with a pink 1 fa fadol1F4s 1
dol1F4s
Economy Is Good iOOd Government GovernmentTrasA Governmentftim
TrasA the Detroit FMO Fr lrc lrcMaser v vMaior
Maser Otyiwr lashriifstioe i s savio savioYert vhig New NewYerk
Yerk Citr non 38099 a dn luo E4aly saiy in 1 aiso l o th thr n rrcud d dHoir j
cud govewiasnt govewiasntHow
How Long May a Joke Exist ExistAm ExistYse2
Am the KMMI < XSy ij Star SwrThe StarT
The T HOB J Je S Dn Dnt ta rf i Aik Arkjnr neas vn r3 a jck Ce Cerbis ke
wbw i rbis be 1rit nt wacb rncbcd J W V hicgton bat six yean yeer is nrety
entkety rety too tOc kas for totAgree oae jots tn laat
Agree with Secretary TtMlflon W1IontOes
tOes t the Detroit Nnrv NnrvSams NeiriScme
Sams of the things Xr s PfndMt sti be begooS b ft ain
gooS e many ft tbeaa theft est ttya ys St Stmt Mtiig MtiigThat in r
That fa i what tha psopb tfcl thIa fcMa gu gudi pail paili jj
i di Uiou
H Vsnally fins Unanm finsFrrtn
Frrtn nm the Dtjtoo X News NewsGiernrn ra raA
A CSo Giernrn MMBAH stated t th aUrtr dar that tk tkcnanent the at atetirnent < r >
cnanent 0 aold ld affjfd to par tbc tt dt1it taut a athou eea
wd thou dolUn a war for nming UM Pwrt Pwrt4o Pr PrDprtmfn
4o IXT Dprtmfn rtmrn But ihc rigt man are sra4y 4y b Dna Dnaasb s sSettliug1
asb
Settling the ContrOversy Controvereytho
Ptv the I iJstre trcH + t N News NewsIn r rla
la oidrr drr to atUe tte that CimgtetOatuA row rc wtty wttydonot iii iiidoeizut s
donot iearr take a iizni < i eri of the more d1ri d sb Wo bleuid Wokuatcrs
kuatcrs 3 uid > id lUprweatatins up u to the ncttb pote potehaw r us usban
haw thent ecrttf the fact and tfJen tten kaa bs Uw thea POUK PO rnthe
UK way bat
CoincIdental Anxiety AnxietyFrro Anxietyfliti
Frro the OkUhivma City OUaHomB OUaHomBRepuHicin
RepuHicin leaders In New Y Yiat k an eH to toeatly te teao
eatly iernoit oii th tiitieai cutloolL he iine iineean ae
ean ao bo rnrthlaTly nnIiLn aid I4 of the fltiuIleait X > pU ca temlta du fe feOBalweu Islu
OBalweu Iii fact H nay b tnitWUlr Jrid 111 ef of oflIO1iIIOEJ HM HMlUpattieaii
lUpattieaii leaden in rrery State in the rferfoas rferfoasi rferfoasDemocrney lsd ass assDemocracy
i
Democracy or Plutocracy Plutocracytt
Free the Ausria tju tjuea
Tb ew of uef > a fa li ciectfant IBM Lsr1se Wflw an edt edtsuit i
of each msaiitH itwt to h this free fSWnmmt ieseriatnt cf the tfcfipeople thepsoiSe
people that the time is RipJdly spbratehW sWecbu te teteen w iss isseoata1i3
teen eoata1i3 of awii done alouewil1 wiSV at abietoijualifyaji e to qaaKfjr a ouo ouodidate ma madidatta
didate fur tJuWk ptib ofiice awl ni the prhKifti sdffine I ta tah iShold
h hold < d gcod whether aiM app3itd ii d t < > the hmnbtert subaltern subalterna subsii
local i saaa a1a t ti t Ii
a or Ugtat natiaUgWat sstMm 1 1kea r rwttoM
wttoM kea cax c < RM aeoDnitiK to owMftitutonal prorljioc prorljioce 7totli kin kinrnLxd
e iutpuefd to be Sited by l an uutramicekd uatrannnel d ex expre ezthe x
pre tii of the pofwlsr will at the baUst Ixo IxoVery joaVery
Very Shady Jiai1y Jiai1yrrcan
From thBii thr Eatijiruu re Americaa AinericaThftt
That man is in shady business
What 2 is It itkie
He provides faraily trees
LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSETIlE
TIlE UiAL aBitERSP
Tlit 11 Jonaufl JonauflThe jonquflThojay
The Thojay Thojayr Jay JayAtfih
A Atfih r both at bund bundVxtyJngexg handTodky
Todky Todky1mrbJnorn
4 VxtyJngexg they duly fcrb fcrbK IthbfKch
K l fKch ch In Its own peculiar gffijb1 gffijb1But garb garbbtt
But 8 btt we refuse tfiiseTo
To sing singAVe 1ng
AVe cant enthuse
On spring
lauu i IlUI tt e gysftmorea are green
And A nti sib two tiyo itraw hate we wen wenSure
I Sure Thing
Oh they Ut liVe nave their u uu uses
What u haver haverTliaea Juwe JuweTheee
Tliaea barefoot dances Since they
ovmd 0J1 j no in lot lots of people are beginning to
u understand uii drataatl art
The Meelmnlnni MeelmnlnniOn
° On thte critic claim that U thee apd spiiitg S SJrooms
Jrooms po oiiw are mechaniejU
M It naturally follows that a spring
P PNB pd ig wnM be mechanical admitted
tftt th e bar bard But theyre way to uncoil
> i InKtruutioiiM to Wlfcy Ifcy
r
So oI I have got to meet you In a depart departjnMit
W jnMit mo nt store Mve nave I
IX hubby
HItt M Ib that ewe would yon mind wetjrins woarfu woarfutw
WM W your xo tw hat tilted back a little for moonS oC oCKtenUflcationr
M KtenUflcationr Ido ntiation
A Siifv JlHgno iiagnosl i iI
I i cannot see my head I Is bet hetMy betMy
My poor eyes drip dripI
I reckon I have probably got gotThe
The pesky grip gripNearly
Nearly ear1y n Sale SaleThe
The editor must have thought this thisstery
stery St ory was wi pretty good goodWhy
Why WhyHe th
He declines U with regrets instead of ofthe
the th e usual thank
Just So SoMy
My wife want 6ft for a spring hat I Iwish Ish
w wish wi sh they grew on trees treesI
I dont Think of the th prices we wd < d be beup
U up against whin the rrop was a failure failureFor
For Settlement SettlementThat
That fellow iwms t to < take himself himselfvery
very ve ry seriously seriouslyYen
Yen he thin thinks k < his personal t iuaftblee iuaftbleeare
are kr e weighty enough to he referred to toThe
The T he Hague HagueGOOD
GOOD ROADS TELL STORY STOEYFrance
France P rnHe Spends JjllSOOOOOO IS000000 n Year YearRpltairln
Repairing r Iu tt Thorough rliorouglifartx faren farenFrom
From Fr iin HIP L < uift U 1 urn urnThe
The existence or ntttonro > of n roadr roadrtrminru > ads adsdet
det do doco trminru rmiru > R Uio I hi iiu uist stion of f whether u hetlir hetliruntry n ncountry
c country co untry i ti it < upifil lY > y a rlvlllWi p peOtii op i
or by savaK s Similarly the il 1gree sree of 01 r
t the th e pnliRhtenmont of a Country or or s spitter ftlon I
to
o of > f a countiy couflul y niinht l ii ascertained by b
P passing over it in a UiHoon and studying stuuIyIn I
with w Ith gia glasses e th thi extent and harncfr hsrut r of o r
ft its s 8yst iiystnr m of roads TO its mats builders buildersno i
no n o If9 than t Ti t its warriors were due i
the th e growth and great grea1ns mss of the Koman r
emj e mpIr irr Not ot th tiii le Iest < st of ii the surviving I
monuments m that attpst ttcst the genius of the thi r
Romans R omans I is the Apphn V Vv v which was r
l > efjiin hv tafsar tasa Apfii i lauilius u1tus mor5 mor P
tlian ti tan two thousitul > ens ear aio aioIt ags
It Is th Moast of r < n r at t liritain tlint tlinther tIm I Ier
her h er rnada pruvc irui th1 th ity ff f her p ptirn rivlli rivlliJHltin
JHltin tirn mini that th tI hiphways higuiimt she sh has ha ii 1
Ctmstrii e tel in h hr > r Afir A i R n1 A H n ri
popflfj p oniiiaiors ions prove tt tnnftifnce nf her hr r
nj fl u > France which i ts famous for th c j jthrift 1
thrift t of its working t lasses probably i j
leads le ads the 1 hr worUI t tnila < li I ri the I he complete 1
ftess tr ess of o h hir r py st ti m < < f rosuls and their tlmii r i
quality q < Vith ith an uH I it only about five fivetimes liv a ames
times ti mes as gr g rrt t as that > ot f Kentucky Kentuck r
Franve F rane has sntnt S liikloCe nVJOCti in the con co
stTurtion a of pi1 Li rrnd rrarls < and ani spend an L
nually n ually 3 per cir cr t of te cost of < > f construe colistruronilcCo4cpephig
t lion ti onilcCo4cpephig IISC X keeping th thm m in repair
The Passing of the Old llnchplor
Rret < Vc h in fl t r At t i
Ttu T1I typical old bach hach1rorulrty > i cniBty irrlta
ble b l solitarr sn1itiry9eeot gerrng ti t Ii > passing aumtn uwa way
If i t indeed he IB not air airrily < iy extirct Now Nealiy r
adayi a liy there Is l every vemv entouragement for forbuchiiordom Ic ur
buchiiordom b until tutu it has h i d 1 velope l from froma fret fretSingle n urn i
a single state tn a unltfd kingdom with wit h i
royal r palaces in al at gr grat at cities citiesThere
There was wa a time when the typical typicalbaclielor typle Li 1
baclielor b achelor was pittund seated alone alon in a i
sadly s adl neglected room pushlnsr a relutnt it
needle n eedle through unyiflclini wloth leth as a he I me metrove
strove s awkwardly t ti sew a button on his hiscoat Ii is isoat g
coat c oat lisin usiua the side wm1 il of his room for fora f r
a thimble This is s all ii donf m1n away twav with withnow wt wtow ii rii
now n ow when the Unieri V lift Jrt Company i
1t Untimked 1 TnlnuieiI sends Us motor tu the door of r rhe f
the t he bachelor apurtnn nts and carries carriesaway carrir s 5I
away a way the garments of Pac elor nor return returning I
ing l ag them at ci nightfi ii rvery button re reenforced r 5
enforced e fvry EVry s > t arul stain effaced
And in what arelss comfort does doesBachelor dus s
Bachelor live Unliaiiii Unhmautr red d hy feminine femlpriceties 10 e
nicttjes n ho hi seis down his pipe whore he I ie c
will pnd swings about his room in easy ear y i
half dress shouting t th Stein Song SongSi at atthe i athe
td the t he top of t his voire vithout let or ha hadrance hI i irance
drance d rance
The TIi Dramatic Vnitirs tuitiraBrsr4Pr
Br Brsr4Pr cd Mtftijpws in the AtUntio AtUntioThe At14ntiThe
The ckanest arul most surrSnct dec declaration d c claiiituun
laration of the drBniatk drum niatfr unities was wasmade aa aamade
made by BoSieau when vcn he laid down downthe downthe
the law that a tragedy must show how one oneactIon
action in one day and in one place placeit
It must doal with only a single story storyftftd
ftftd this obligation Is the unity of action
It must never change the scene massing
fcjl it its episodes in a single spot and this thisunity
ie the unity of place And it must com cornjlXtt
pact Successive situations into the space
of 9 twentyfour hours into a single day dayaid clayaird
aid this is the unity of time timeWhen timeWhe
When Whe a tragedy presents a e simple and andstraightforward andetanlghtforwand
straightforward story without change of ofScenery ofenery
Scenery enery and without any longer lapse Iapa
of f time than a single revolution of the thesun then
sun n then and then only are the three threeunities threeUnities
unities preserved as Boiieau under understood undereod
stood eod them themUrcnlwlnst themBrenlcfitst
Urcnlwlnst Eggs Forty Years Olil OlilFhn OhiFino
Fhn the Uotdon Daily M Slsil SlsilFrn1ng JU
Fornslng part of the breakfast menu menuof menuor
of the he members of the council of the theRoyM thes
RoyM s Zoological society of Ireland at atDublin atdii
Dublin on Saturday were some eggs eggabrought 1 1brought
brought by Sir Charles CharlesBarr xBait from China Chinawhich CljIxawhich
which were laid forty yeerg ago agoFew agoFew
Few members of the t tie council could couldho
bo persuaded to taste the unknown dell delic5cie
caBfck but those who wl did declared that thathpy
they were excellent once the Idea of an anordinary anorlInary
ordinary Iristi egg gg could be eliminated eliminatedfrom eliminatedthe
from the mind mindThe mindThe
The egg had become a sort of jelly of ofa ofa
a delicate flavor flavorBitter
Bitter ColA ColASo Coldmrem
mrem ku 1cgo IteccrdHetakl IteccrdHetaklSo
So she treated you coldly coldlyCoidly coldlyCodl
Coidly Codl Say Id hate hail to hare havesextant
a sextant and an artificial horizon to tohe
he Bbte to ami out what teiitudo I Iwas IIn
was in if I had been there for fpj that per perjQSO
pose
In a Hurry linrryFr Hurryyrrul
Fr yrrul jn the Birariwgfaim AgeHewld AgeHewldHo keHenIdHo
Ho claims fcrt was driven to dri driuk driukFar fc fcFar
Far from if He hired ft taxicab to totake totake
take him there and tho chauffeur was wasfined wasLIned
fined for speeding
t
APiToi11
Senator S anator PurcoH the now Senator from fromrtb
N Kortli to rtb Dakota its not yet famHis1 with withtKft
tl the ways ttt the Senate and th the many
lit Uttl le omrftarite that are required by Sons
tflf tp
Bo 13 o lias ultas however tako taken an active part partJn
Jn i tliel thohuathtes iaihew of the body and doesnt
hailtftt bes besloq ttata t in axttr tter a debate The col
loquy loq ity bftwaon him and Senator Heyburn
flu 4oriugft dW dWUt Hthe floMMsraUon aonaldeiatlon of the asrlcul
to taral tl JR 1tl At ta s amuftng and an evidence
thi that tha t tfia Wg nwiffl piai from the Northwest
ewlfl cvu l t tithe ke eirf c ra of himself even against
an oM old4Imer ttiinr S Ji a a ready speaker speakerSajnitar
aftS
Sajnitar S mtor Peroeff mov moved a oy over r to the Re
P pulUosn pu blioutti side d during rtne the debate and tired
an WSfOotK esthJta ai t Senator Heyburn with fre
n naelksf qu sand and pewtotency Ho did not take
tli tlito tbn tuno 1 1e arise am end ng ask the presiding officer ohlicerTpesunhsslhp
to for peemtMfon but QttiKKd the idaJioan idaJioanfrom
from fro frolin r nt his mat After ii time Senator Gal GalHtuier
lin Htuier ger who fNu iLe in the chair requested
8 Senater < nater Purcell to address the chair
wh 1 heti en he desired to ms make te remarks Tie
w sew w Suator esster glelously apologized
The r ho haeeball bug Is running wild among amongemployee
the theCa employee of the Senate side of the
CpltoL Ca pitol Billy Burns of the Senate deco
matt int mt room has organised a team and iii a
etfUcJting c4t1ng contributions for its mainte
WIOQ 1se r and aupport aupportIrery pport pportTerystni
Irery Z Terystni smplojfe from Secretary Bennett Bennettd
d Li Liar wn has contiiftHted snUihited and the prospects prospectsare
are ar e bright ft ton > r a good team and one that thatwill
will wil l be nattily nattllynalformed uniformed Many ex caeel caeelstars col college ¬
lege leg stars are or recognized on the list of ofeligible
eligible el igibles and the manager is in earnest earnestwhen
when wh en he says he will be ready to chal challenge ¬
lenge ku ge any of the creek amateur teams in inWashington
Washington aiIhington Georgetown Alexandria and andAnaeostla
Anaeostla n aeosti at the opening of the base baseball baseil ¬
ball ha il season seasonIt
It I t in the subject of much gossip around aroundthe L
the th e Capitol as to when Mr GrandfKld GrandfKldwill Grandfloldll I
will Wi ll qualify RS postmaster of the District Districtnd
an nd d his successor as First Assistant Post Postmaster Postster ¬
anma
master ma ster General be named Mr Qrandficld Qrandficldis
is still serving Postmaster General Hitch Hitchcock ¬
cock co ck aa hi his first aafiistunt though the thesalary th thlaiy m
salary Ee laiy is smaller than that of the office officeto ofIc ofIcwhich
to which hv lu has burn appointed and con conBrmed
Brmed flr flrhi meJ it l Is said he will remain where wherehe i
he is until the posionVe appropriation bill billhas I
has ha hari s passed both houses of Congress ow owing ¬
ing ri g to ii his familiarity with the provisions provisionsof I
of the measure and his intimate knowl knowledge ¬
edge ei gP of the wants of the Postoffice I Pa Partment > e epartment
partment partmentThe pu rtment
The John C Calhoun statue will be im imvclled
v vclled ve iled with appropriate ceremonies Sat Saturday ¬
u urday mu dry March u The exercises will take takepact I
T pact 1 ac Jn Statuary iIatuau Hall recently called calledthe I
ti the i m Hall of Horrors and Senators Senators1odK1 S
j 1odK1 otig Money and 8nlUi of South outh Care Carolina Careia ¬
jj lina Iii ia will mak makt addresses The resolution resolutiont
t > 5t < t uide tt1d March L U a as the day for the therr thu S Stplinn
rr option and acceptance of the statue statuewan S Sam
w wan am made itrthe Senate by Senator Till Tillman Tillan
n man nu an and it was the intention of the theSenator Ui e eenator
y Senator enator to make the principal address addressOwing addresswing
f Owing i wing to his comirirl illness lnta Senator SenatorTiIIm r rillinan
TiIIm T j illinan n wiI be unable to take part in inthe Ii ri ricremonIes
the th Cremonies CremoniesA
S I Ibill
A Mil to erect a monument over the ti e eave
K grave gr ave of Hi i3igadier igadier Ueneral < eneral James Shields Shieldsn S SSt
t n St Mary x Cemetery ctrctery CarroUton Mo Mohas Moas
fc has as passed btft houses of Ooagreea The Tb S Sf
life lt f of Gen Shields shows abrfth1t ferilHaat re noarkalyle
m n markablf arkalyle ripil < V > < 1 unusual career He was a aeteran
v veteran of two wars the th Mexican war warand Wa r rn1
a and n1 the mivil ivil war warHe
He H was a meml member r of the house ef rep represntatHc8 I
r resntatHc8 re of Illinois auditor of the theState th thtate C
p State g tate justice of the Supreme Court of ofIllinois o if iflinois
j Illinois Il linois and Commissioner of the United UnitedStates d dtates
s States tates Genera Land Office In addition additionto n nthese
t to t these he had the t1 unequaled distinction distinctionof 0 0r
tC
of C r being a United State Senator at three threedifferfnt thee theelffernt
d differfnt times and representing each time timea flut I0 I0rliffurent
a a different State titethe the States of Illinois IllinoisMinnesota 5 5lniesota
3 Minnesota M and Missouri Gen Shields Shieldsditd ShI 1 1at
d ditd d at Oitumwa Iowa in 1873 IS7 and his hisgrave hi Is Israve
grave g rave is unmarked uninartcedSpeaker
Speaker Cannon has been called on more mGi S Shis
t this his season than ever before to rule OB OBpoints C i iints
tpo
j points po ints of order but your Uncle Joseph Josephith
with w ith the th assistance o the redoubtable Ic Ict
J Ashrr A shrr Hinds always makes
the ruling to tothe i t 0 0h
t the h apparent satisfaction of the House
5 5The
The House of
Representatives was a aeritalult
veritable playground while the play playgrounds I Irounds
grounds g rounds provision of the District appro appropriation appnriatlon
I priation p riatlon conference report waa up for f an anons1detjnn r
c consideralion c ons1detjnnEvrybody
Everybody was shooting his little mar marble me r rle w
ble b le at Representative Tvwey and jump jumping jumiug
ing l ug the rope around the dumber All Allthe A 11 11he 11
the t he players wanted to play at the same sa I Iime ft
time t ime but the star performers were Rep Re p pentatlies H
f frntathes r Parsons Ixmgworth Maim 5 5itzgerald i
Fitzgerald F Gaines Keifer and the be belayer B
J player p layer at all Uncle Joe JoeUsefulness Joetsefnlnesce
Usefulness of Pollyr PollyrA PoIIwriga PoIIwrigaA
A writer aw swea sweaWithin voSyms
Within s IttU little lake lakeAnd IkL IkLand
And instantl tastanUji ueeof esd esdApvxzets
Apvxzets tisyd seks
as iLOtJNG PEOPD PEOPDeseri
Pr eseri t Sytem of ofAppears
Appears nadcruate nadcruateTi
W H O te the New Ywk SonFrom Son SunFrom
From a pile of public school exami examination ¬
nation pa paho tlou papers submitted to me at Ithe Ithehomo the
homo ho hota me of a teacher a afew jfew evenings cvcnlngnago ago I Itake
take ta taof ke at random ran xn the following examples examplesof
of oflo the result of tho th methods of instruct instruction ¬
i ion lo is In n vogue in the city dIt schools schoolsIn sohooI
In one paper I found amonff the as assigned
i signed si gned eatiats of the American revolution revolutionthe
t the th i following followIn Thef wrjta wrt of assis assistance ¬
t tance ta taIja ngo and Tile NavUansqh Navltafls Act Qn Qnpaper OnA OnApe
paper Ija pe dsscriftSB the writ of assistance assistancein aaaItancathIs
i in this language A writ paper vas vaspass
i pass p by the th English Parrliment that no nobbily
b bbily bb ily was aloud to smother goods One Oneipeaks Onepeaks
S ipeaks > peaks of the writs of pagstanco pagstancoanother
a another noth of the Boston Ploa Filpi Pantry Pantryanother Pantrynothet
r another i of ths Decaratlon of Indlpen Indlpenedsf
i edsf sc si One girl Inform as that the writs wnitsassistance writsof
of assistance means the cause made madefrom
f from fr om England to stealing and smuggling smugglinggoods
t goods g oods while another describes the writs writsas
a as s follows The writs of assistance the theBritish
I British B ritish wanted to captue the Amerma AmermaCOB
c COB c one
COBOne
One pupil speaks of snwmoglad snwmogladsmuggled
smuggled s goods Another Anotiler enumerating enumeratingthe
t the he causes of the Hovolutionary war warsays
i says s ays Pfcul Hevsr te a a light stoopla stooplachurch
c church c to start about Another says the theo I
c o on 4 uies es of war were v < r tho Stamp Oct Oetthe Octhe
the t he InvigUgion Oct Boston the rieatanco rieatancoof I
r of i f th the List the RatIo Port Bill One Onegirl I
j girl g irl gravely informs us that The Brltch Brltchstarten I
t starten e from from Lexington to destroy some somemitirty i
r mitirty m mP itirty stores a a yonng inan Araarlc mme mmePaul I
j Paul P aul Revere saw it singled wIres tins tinsBrish
Brish B rlsh were going to start Battle of Itonk Itonka
a Hill HillAsked
Asked what five statesman were promi prominent jnomleat ¬
nent n eat in the Revolution ono pupil replies ropHeeAbram
Abram Libel and Qorlga Vaskiagtyn VaskiagtynAnother 551qflt1
Another A riother says The five statesmen ra flthc flthceport the thereport I
report r for smuggling MOW so many tift tiftlawfuiiy utiawfully
awfully l laws are made the ovary not notallowed t
allowed a llowed tn get cotton rkjss ntqeany tobacco from frommany I tI
many m any country bat British Bnltitcnfllcors officer officerOne
One girl tells us that 4t3Ne tbo Freneji lost losted IDtd
ed a d ail their land In the new ftbrld g1d and andmade
made m am ade a treat with Fsrisf PvI The saint wunftgirl I
girl g irl says The minute man were men menthat metthat I
that warn always coneeMog money iflOfle trom tromthe
the t to he neighboring town A ciaasmate says saysof aayif
of o f writs of assistance Trade Tirtdeorai and OK OKporai
porai p orai apprive lows and groat dW Of Ofeniggine 01 r rniggins
pe
eniggine e was give whatever that nurjr nurjre iua r rmoan
moan moanOne e > n nOne <
One of the best things I caiHO across acrosswas neronas
was w as th the patriots built eaiHaqDaka eaiHaqDakaaround eakiiiqUa3cSlrouM
around a rouM Boston and atietkcr good one onewas 051 a awas
was the inclusion of Oklohpme fn tiie tiielist thai S Sist
list l of the thirteen original colonies coloniesThe colartleachildren
The children from whose papers the theabove thu S Sbove
ae above a bove extracts are aro taken form a single singleclan a
clan e lesa in one of the Brooklyn schools TIM TIMpupils Th Thupils I aI
pupils p upils range in age from ten to fourteen fourteenyears S Sears
py
years y ears and judging from the th names iiftmeS they theybear tha thaear
bear b ear many are of ftirofgn Jurgnjrentae parentage Tke Tkecitations Th S Sitations
citations c serve to illustrate the absurdity absurdityof r
of o f attempting to inetruct InsUu t viary v ry young youngphiidrea yov yovhildren
phiidrea c in history Ilietsiry te not ao aoelementar a
elementar e lementary > but an advanced study It Itrequires I at t
II
requires a awUurod mind ef well 4eveiop 4eveioped dvele dvelead I
ed powers and Advanced in cultiratioa te tecomprehend t 0 0comprehend
comprehend the meaning and force of ofhistqtical ci it ithiaticii f
histqtical inddeat inddeatToung lncIdetYoung
Young children should be taught only onlythose oul I Ithose f
those salient features of the werkV werkVstory g astOry
story that can be expressed hi shuplo shuplowords ahupi 0 awOrdS
words of everydar use No technics technicswords ti tiI 1
words no legal phrases should be em employed enployed I ¬
ployed unless capable of being under understood usadsistoed ¬
stood by the simplest tatelHsenee said saidthen an 41 41than 5
then only after full explanation of tfcaJr tfcaJrmeaning iM It r
ItIt
meaning These young minds should not notbe It t
ShouldI
be confuted by b nMttten fi Liv r and ins away i hr e eyond I
hrI
yond their seapceptton Mass ef tb tbchildre tfacae tfacaechildreft I e
childreft childre are net t even 1rouaded ro ded in ie ierudiments ti I Irudimegts
rudiments of the language lang age they theyto ease < 7 7ly
to speak Yet they are asked not only onlyto oni onito ly
to memoriae words WOed of whose W1SO sJfBtiteaace aIgtcgssthey e
they can lucre no Intelligent conception conceptionbut 5
but to desorlbe political or gevenHnantaJ gevenHnantaJmeasures gvernrnesv 51 a
gvernrnesvad
measures before they can have lawnod lawnodwhat ad d
what politics and government mean meanYou mea a i
You might as well ask them to explain explainthe expla In n
the redsctto ad sbsurdwu or oeoteric oeotericBuddhism osotet IC te
osotetUt
Buddhism as for instance to ask them themto tire tireexplain Ut n
to explain Urn theory of taxation without withoutreprewntAtion witiso at atrepresentatipa it
reprewntAtion It to 1 wtre nrsig to make of oftheir oftheIr > f
their little minds acre lumber rooms roomscrammed v as ascrammed is
crammed with meantngfes meaniaglesewords meaniaglesewordsMoutcutary word
Momentary Tjnp LoPso Lv of Memory aiemoryOent MemoryTies
Ties the Chs bibess bibessQeuflemen
Oent Qeuflemen etnefl said the toastmaster ris rising ii b buS 5 ¬
lag again to na feet we Have with us usthis i ithis
this evening aan n eminent geaUemaa geaUemaawhom gantl ni In Into n
whom I am u sure yno will be gLad tebear te °
bear a a diattnsuisnckl dIatlnguish d esamnlar eof in inshort R
short of Ms wellknown line of human humanendeavor hinni hinniendeaver In n
endeavor oae whose name is a howae howaehold heirs 0 0hold >
hold wood all over this broad land of ofOUTS f
ours one who bo will both Instruct and en entertain a a i ¬
tertain you I Iirtvi have the pleasure of ia t ttroducing e ae >
troducing troducingHere troducingflere
Here he stopped to take takeli 1 drink of Ice I Ce Cewater
water
I have the pleasure gontlemen of ofintroducIng rf
introducIng
At this point he was seiaed In5d with a fit iitcoughing of
cougiiing cougiiingOf
Of Introducing gentlatnan gentlatnanHere gonUainonHere
Here he took another lrge swallow of oftoe ofto > f
toe to water waterThe waterThe
The pleasore gentlemen as well wa as asthe asthe
the honor oC introdttclnger Introducingerthe the Hon Honwho lie ma maBxsfteffemfwypoShrdluaa V
BxsfteffemfwypoShrdluaa Wflimlaulojesj ft ftwho
who win new address you
LTo TODAY DAY IN HISTORY HISTORYFIRST v
FIRST BOOK BOOKFOR FOR THE BLINDMarch 10
The Thognet great facilities that the unfortunate unfortunateWind uiifortwlftt5blind
Wind have today for the acquiring of ofKnowledge ofknowledge
Knowledge makes the date of the issuing issuingof
of the first book for their nee of much muchhistorical muchhIstorical
historical Interest To a Scotchman i idue is isdue
due the credit of having Invented a aye system ayetern ¬
tem of printing raised letters which afford af atford ¬
ford them the opportunity through their theirdexterity theirdexterity
dexterity of perusing the Scriptures as aswell aswell
well as a great many of the classics classicsIt
It was on March Jo 1827 l that James JamesGait James0att
Gait issued his first took in Edinburgh EdinburghPrevious IrdinburghPrevious
Previous to lila effort tn 1785 Many had hadexperimented hadexpetlmeated
experimented with such printing but he heused heused
used the Ulyrian or Slavonic alphabet alphabetand alphabetand
and it was found unsatisfactory not only onlybecause onlybecause
because It was expensive but it required requiredOnly requiredOnly
Only 965 6 letters to cover fifty square squaretecfaas squareinvs
tecfaas of surface surfaceMr surfaceMr
Mr Gaits system was gs found entirely entirelypracticable entirelypracticable
practicable and tn IQi i he published the theGospel theGuepel
Gospel of St John the first book of ofthe
the Scriptures ever printed fdr the blind blindFour blindFour
Four years later he printed for the Brit BritisU 1rltIsti
isU and ForeIgn Bible Society the Gospel Gospelof
of 3t St Luke Uke and the Acts of the Apostles Apostlesfie ApostleslIe
fie jised a modified Reruns letter choos choosing ehoostug ¬
tug the lowercase alphabet Jn prIVrence prIVrenceU pr fernee ferneeto
U to > capital capitalCredit eapIthiCredit
Credit is due to Or Hone the husband husbandof husbaniof
of Julia Ward Howe for having made madepractice niadepracUcil
practice the system and while he was wasin wasIts
in charge of tho Perkins Institution Boa BosIon Boaton
Ion In 1S36 the entire New Testament Testamentwas
Testamenti
was printed By Dr Howes established establishedmethod estabIithedmethod i
method 702 letters are printed in fifty fiftytuaro
setbaro < tuaro Inches of surface He finished his histask histask I i
task of issuing the entire Bible in lift 1S43Mr liftMr
Mr Iucas of th the Bristol Institution Institutionand
and later Mr Frcre of 5Umdpn Lonpn devised I
I
a system of printing priutin for the blind using usingstenographic intl ug ugstenographic
stenographic clmrnctors The arbitrary arbitrarypeint arhitra ry rypfnt T
peint character Avog tsat invented by Charlos Charloskwbier Chcu en 88
kwbier i srber a Frenchman and arranged in int In1I
1I present t form by Louis Braille a Wind Windprofessor bit ad adprofessor l °
professor at the Institution Natlonale of ofParis ofPuns
Paris It consists of six dots Ono or ormore ormere
more of these are placed la various posi positions po ci ¬
tions titan making stetytvp varlotlas of
f totzn orm One grant at admvsptago ajitage of this char character clii tr trcrier r ¬
crier is that It can bs used by bythe rth blind hi ad ld
for writing to 4Jtiters tf r fn ru EHefr condition conditli n
There have been a number of other
sys a ls fl ¬
tears Invented from tlmm UmQt to time timeThe timeThe
The principal printing establishments In Inthe Inthe
the United States for the blind aro the I he heAmerican h
American Printing Blouse Kt Louisville LouisvI lIe lIeKy le
Ky and the Howe Memorial Press at atthe atthe
the Perkins Institution Boston The first firstcirculating 11 ret reteirulatlng
circulating library for tho th blind In i the theUnited I LheVnitcd Q
United States was established at the thePerkins I thePerkins h
m Perkins Inntitutlon in 1SS2 ISS although althot ugh ughbooks
i books lifed been lent to the blind free of ° ofcharge
i charge before tb UI1j time Philadelphia PhiladoIp bin binand lla
I and New York also have libraries of this thissort t his hissort J8
sort and departments departm ntn for the blind have havebeen hr we webeeti vo
been instituted In the Stale Stnt Library of ofX ° oNtw
X Ntw = w York at Albany onti anc Ift several of ofI ofthe
i I the principal cities of New England Englandl l lOn
l
On March 1 10 37S i Thomas Joffqrsun Joffqrsunwas Joffer run runwas un
was commissioned first Minister to toFrance toFrance
France It is the birthday of Admiral AdmiralWilliam Adiril Iral IralWilliam al
William D Porter ll lilO Nathan K Hall HallPostmaster H all allPostmaster ill
Postmaster General under President Pill Pillimoro p Iii Iiimore 1M
imoro more i0ith SlOithgdaiy day on on which Kim King Ed I Itlward tl
j ward VII was married in 1SS3 iS6 on which whichjthe wh kb kbthe ch
jthe I the Emperor Hellgabulus was beheaded beheadedA hiehea ded led
A 1 > t X and nun Benjamin BenJs mm West Vet3 the noted notedpainter ited Led
I painter died in 1S20
I4ZIi L LfIj4
fIj4 jO s sis
is uta I1n akt aktaft
Taft T aft wnt hi n K > V sisel kimseiC immeIf in the theWhite thehite
White V hite Houso touO1 se14 k M charles 0 Oster OsterolItical er erpolitical
political p editor of I IiEclcir Bclair a preml premlnent prerneat
nent n eat Paris dajlr who was seen at atthe ate
the th e Ns New r WillBrd lust night M Oster Osteris
is a clokfi cloe studant of American poHUcs poHUcsand pohlucsnd
and a nd during the last Presidential cam campaign oamaign ¬
paign p aign he followed both the Republican Republicana itopublicenJmoeratI
a d pemocratlfr JmoeratI candidates on their theirpBscltmakfns theirPeclimakin
pBscltmakfns Peclimakin tours throughout the coon countrjf coony
tt trjf y JI Qatar > is in close touch with withiders
leaders l iders of both partis partisSome pnrtiaSome
Some few weeks ago I sent a story storyto storyi
to i my paper IEolalc In Paris to the theflftoct thefoct
flftoct foct that the next Prpsident of the thenited
tJnltcd U nited States would eitherbe elth rbo Mr Roose Roosevelt Roosest ¬
velt st or Cfov Harmon of Ohio There is isono Isno
ono o no thin thIng which seams certain and that thatis thatunless
is unless an absolute change of senti sentiment sentierit ¬
ment m erit toward the prevent national admin administration adnilatraion ¬
istration 1a traion takes place before the next na national naonal ¬
tional ti onal convention taken place Mr Taft Taftwill Taftill
will w ill not be plaoefl jianed at the th head of the theRepublican theiepubflean
Republican l tlekot It Will he Mr Roose Roosevelt Rooseeil ¬
velt v eil unless I am greatly mistaken If IfTAft Ifaft
TAft T aft is nominated it is almost a a fore foregone foreone ¬
gone g one conclusion that the Republican party partywill partrill
will w ill go down to defeat Ha cannot beat beatHarmon
Harmon and the New York man who whowill whoill
will w ill bo placed on the ticket as his run runnins runtng
nins n tng mate The present administration is isnet Isot
net n ot at all popular out West Bat it itsoems Iteams
soems s eams rather presumptuous to attempt attempteven attemptven
even e ven to make prophecies at this time timewhat timehat
what w hat maj happen in three years from fromnow fromow
now n ow TJiaro may be changes which may mayurn
turn t urn plUJcaj sentiment topsyturvy
Roossvait wW receive a a great roeep
Ins t whiQLlio wh0 Ito visits Paris where ho will willoilvor
delfvor d a lecture at the Sorbonne SorbonneIt
It is vary dlifleult to say At this time timehow timethe
how the tariff negotiations between betweenPrance betwaranceu
Prance ranceu stag ipc the United States will end endJ sui suiritie
J ritie anoe whatever laterer may happen will not noto uotfi
b > o a groat losar oven if she does not notfvo not0e0
0e0 fvo in to the demands of the United UnitedSttos Unfte4ttos
Sttos S ttos All that France gets from the theUnited theUnited
United States is victuals and food stuffs stuffsat stuffsieet
at least that is the biggest part of our ourimports ournpQcts
imports i npQcts from the linked States We Wedont Wehave
dont have to obtain our food stuffs from fromthe fromtitilted
the United States we can raise them themourselves thornourselvee
ourselves ourselvesBtectisstag ourselveeDIaetzsiig
Btectisstag politics In Onto Henry F FForry FIf
Forry of If CievBlaria IoveIafld who was w sesun n at the theArlington theArlington
Arlington last night nlht said that not only onlywould onlywoulil
would Ui6 tht Democrats elect the next gov governor governor ¬
ernor of Ohio b bat t that the Ohio dele deletion deleto ¬
tion to Conetess would change its itspolitical ItspolhIeal
political oomnlexion oomnlexionHt11 oonnilexionJ
Ht11 J be either Gov Harmon or Gov GovWldaeftld GovWICkL
Wldaeftld WICkL S id iuc Pr Ferry You ask who whois whois
is Mr Wicks Well I tell you Mr MrWfcSw MrW1cls
WfcSw has boon dead since the civil war warwas warw
was w oaded Most of the Ohio Represen RepresenTatiros Reprswiathe
Tatiros l athe Jtt Congress are going bai bauk to totttgir totiir
tttgir coiiatiLuanclae to ask them to be bek
UstwnoS ° ° k tD ii Cenpess Every one of ofsnk ofdnt
snk Jts itJItYd Win in iris heart that he has hasWg a abIg
Wg fight In front of him and every ono oneredlioea
refflhses that tire HegHblican party does doesnot doesnot
not stand in the highest public favor m In InOhio
Onto Ohiolhe
The presence of Wade Ellis or rather ratherlnjcoLloil
his laJeatJoi in Ohio politics has com esenIlPt0d
ijlieatod the political situation there and andoonfnsod andconfused
confused everybody His appearance on ontha onthis
this scene was not much relished any anyWAY
way by the regular stalwart Republi Republicane
cane of tit tisd Buckeye State who see in inILIN6
BBte a plalnDHnocrat who only Joined Joinedtho joinedthO
tho Republican party a a few years ago agoThey
Th They y aie giasi d of Pros4dw t Taf Tafts f a 41s 41sg dliaiywal
aiywal ot g sdnt la b io to Ohio to tonmge
nmge matts mattsZanhary
j 2acbary W V Perkins of Boston Mass Masswhaltla
whaltla at She Raleigh said last night nightthat
1 that Washington will be the most beau beautHat
tHat city at th the world within twenty twentyyears
years if Iraprevoaaants are carried on and andcoptinued
continued at the present rate rateI
I have visited Washington fSr tir the thelast
last thirtyftve years earst said Mr Perkins Perkinsand
and I can distinctly see how step by bystep
step the former great village with its Itspoo
poor poo streets and sidewalks has emerged emergedinto emergedInto
j into a wellpaved and wellstreeted com community corninunlty ¬
munity munityAttention inunltyAttention
Attention has been given not only to tothe tothe
the streets bat aJooto aiao to parks buildings buildingsand
and other public nacoSe4tias Monuments Monuaaeotshave Monumentshave
have been erected and public and private pr3vatebuildings
buildings of great artistic merit So far faras farmunicipal
as municipal art la concerned Washing Washington
j ton is making greater l headway > than any f fother
other city in the world There Is no city cityanywhere city cityanywhere
anywhere which erects as many menu menumeats
meats every year a aii tire Capital of th thlTpfteJ
United Sitafr and It is right that it itskould t tbe
skould bo so we as a nation have nag neglected naglected ¬
lected the idasfe of fife fliotoe too long Our gov goverament goveminent
eminent te established on a firm mm basis basiswe basiswe
we are a woalOty nation and there is Iswork
work for everybody we e are at peace with withthe withthe
the world worldlovod lovad and respected by all AVe AVehave Wehave
have passed the rough stage of oar na natena nationsi
tena tionsi existence and are now entering enteringupon enteringilpon
upon tbS tb HHidd of Idealism Idealismire
aionuntdnts tr ire siWtoging up every everyWheue everywbbao
Wheue fn WaehlngteB The heroes of the theRevolutionary theRevolnuonary
Revolutionary war ar are Immortalized In Inand
stone and bronzfr by a grateful people peopleThere peopleThere
There are foremost of all our own Ameri American mei meican
can iSerOlutlonary neroes heroes then the thePrerioMj thePtanoul
PrerioMj Ptanoul tHo Polish th th9 Scotch the Oar Oarman
man fenfl ul others But what has become becomeof becomeor
of our Irish Revolutionary heroes What Whathas Whathad
has become of Commodore Barrys arrys statue statuethat statuethat
that great Jrlsh patriot who tbo resigned a afine afine
fine Philadelphia Tiirahant to take com comrnand cornmand
rnand of the first American manofwar manofwarIt
It was Barry who captured the first Eng English ng nglish ¬
lish ship Why feha not honored Why Whyare Whynra
are the Irish people of this country nag negM6ted nagIddted
M6ted They oertminly deserve recogni recognition rocognition ¬
tion frorji ora ovexy everpolnt point of view I under understand understaitd ¬
stand tliOy haye been Invited bjr the thepowers thepowers
powers that be here to Washington WaShlng4n to toa
select a model for Bftrrys statue which whichfor
howeVer for some unexplained reason reasonwas teesonrejected
was rejected to make place for the model modelof
of a Paris artist aitiat who Insulted the whole wholeIrish
Irish nation natiQ by his conception of Barry Barryand
and the Irish people Why antagonize antagonizethe antagonizethe
the Irish citizens when they are entitled entitledto
to select their modal the same a as the thePolish
Polish soleetod thalr own model for Pu u uk1
laskl k1 and KosclnsKo die French for Ro Reeluimboan
chambeau and the Germans for von vonSteuben
Stoubon StoubonIt
It happoned on a Pullman car h be betwoen
twoen 2fnv York and Chicago sd saIdPeter
Peter G Joyce oyce of Chicago at the Biggs RiggsHouse
House lastvuight recounting this little littlestoO
stoty stotyDinnoj
DInner having been finished the gen gentIonin
tlomon assembled la tile smokingroom srnokingrO0mto
to enjoy their cigars Burlng uring the time timeI timewas
I was ftiHhe war atM the twist man I Isaw Iwonderful
I saw a yfy wonderful thing in the line lineof
of surgical operaOoiw A friend of mine minewas
was shot shotthrough through the right breast the thebullet
bullet pftsailRBs cJaar through him The Thoprosenqo Theprosenio
prosenqo oif o Jlilnfl of his companion un nfldoubtedly
doubtedly saved aavtid1 his life He wrapped wrappedhis wrappedhis
his liandkorohlcf around the ramrod of ofhte ofhim
him gun and pushing it through the thepath
path rnado mnd by tho bullet cleared the thewound
wound of ail ahIoisonou poisonous lead I know It ItIs
is hard to believe but gentlemen the theman
man still lives to tell the u tale taleVliIch
Which rnftnr mrtnr Inquired t tie e slim pas pOSsangor
songer on onth the Other a sect t quiet quictIThe
The wounded unclod one of if course ex a ailaimOd
claimed the Old soldier scornfully seriifuhiyOh
Oh > iv I Vcg bps pardon I thought it mlgiit mlgbtbe
be the other i

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