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MONDAY APRIL H n 1910 1910Deserters 1910Deserters
Deserters as Pensioners PensionersTho
Tho Th House Military Committee is en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in an animated dlsoussion of a aproject nproject aproject
project to reader eligible to the th pension pensionlist p pnsonlist nslon nslonlIst
list some om of several thousand applicants applicantsfor
for that benefit b neAt who aro denied ac access aocess access ¬
cess to the roll on account of the mark markof markor markof
of desertion d8lil rton on their civil war records recordsThere recordsThore
There has ha been opposition oppositionand and properly properlyto
to altering In the War Department of official official officifti ¬
ficial records of individuals who served as asenlisted asen115t8d a aenlisted
enlisted men m menor DOr or for that matter as a offi officers omcereby ouilcere3ay ¬
cers cereby by legislation I atlon It is maintained that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the records may not be so amended At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the same time there are axe it must be berealized bereal1zed
realized eas oatteEI e s where the th Desertion eserUon alleged allegedagainst al1eS9dagainst
against an old soldier may be satisfac satisfactorily sBtlsatorily satbfaotorily ¬
torily explained It is stated that some somefortyfive somafortyfive
fortyfive or fifty of theee meritorious meritoriouscases meritoriouscasea
cases have obtained committee approval approvalIt
It is not intended to change any reoord recordbut reoordbut reoordbut
but to enact nact legislation which shall sorvd sorvdto sorvdto servdto
to establish o tabUsh a soldiers eligibility to the thepension thepenaion thepenalon
pension roll by by regarding his civil war warservice warservice warservice
service as of sufficient Integrity to entitle entitlehim enUUehim
him to the pension pensionThe pentl penSIonThe ft ftThe
The project of collecting these merito meritorious merltorioue maritorious ¬
rious claims in an omnibus bill has met metwith metwith metwith
with opposition with what outcome re remains remains remains ¬
mains to be seen The scheme is a reason reasonable rMfWnable reasonable ¬
able one to which no on one may fairly ob object object ohject ¬
ject provided provt d those who ho determine the themerits themerits themerits
merits of the cases are In a position oiUon to tojudge tojudge tejudge
judge fairly and without prejudice to in individual Indhldual Individual ¬
dividual Interests inter and without peril to tothe tothe tcthe
the Interests of the government 8Ovorn nvornment Mftt There Theremust TheremUlt Theremust
must be Instances WIere where desertion was wascharged wascharged wa
charged under drcu circumstances liJtna6S which may mayproperly mayproperly ma r
properly be regarded re rdd as extenuating and andEO andBO ant I
EO 0 entitled to liberal consideration The Themain Themain Th I Imain
main thine thln thing < it would seem 8MIII is to have le the theapproved theapproved thi
approved legislation le 1tlon apply only to these thesewho tlHMiewho thoe thoewho S
who can show that the theaJlagatien allegation of ofdesertion atdOG o f fdeeertlen
desertion dOG rUOn may ma be waived for the purpose purposeof purpoof a aof
of a pension pensionSize pensionSize pensionSize
Size of Womens Hats HatsWhen Hatsvllen KatsWhen
When tl UN e Merry Widow lost its popu popularity popularity popularity ¬
larity a year or more Jft re ago 0 there was washope wad wadhope ftAhope
hope that a a safe and sane hat h t would wouldbecome wouldbecome ccouh I Ibecome
become the vogue v gue e The turban Russian Russiantoque Russiantoque 1 1toque
toque and other forms of millinery ap approved ap approved approved ¬
proved by the masculine portion of so society society soclety ¬
ciety seemed to be coming oomln Into faxor faxorand faorand faiorand
and loud hosannas were sung Disquiet Disquieting Disquieting Disquietlog ¬
ing rumors now come from Paris and andLondon andLondon ani I ILondon
London about a piece of headgear bead NLr that thatIs that1s tha t tIs
Is a marvel to behold a creation ne plus plusultra plusultra plu S Sultra
ultra of the milliners art artA artA arLA
A fashionable West End nd London mil milliner milliner mUliner ¬
liner a few days before Easter dis displayed dl dlplay1 dlplayed ¬
played play1 in her showroom various shapes shapesof shapesor S Sof
of the turban among them a Spanish Spanishtoreador Spanlhtoreador S Storeador
toreador the Nabab and the Sultana Sultanaall Sultanaall Sultanaall
all closely fitting made in straw with withfeather withfeather witifeather
feather and flower trimmings The de designers de61gners designers ¬
signers believe bel levu however that those pl pleas pliSIng pleasIng as asIng
Ing models have blLv no hope against the all allconquering allconquerlns allonquee1ng
conquering hat of gigantic dimensions dimensionsOpposite dlmenlonsOpposite dimensionsOpposite
Opposite this display of turbans was a aenow ashow a ashow
show window whore perched a hat com composed compOsed cornposed ¬
posed of black Chantilly lace draped drapedover drapedover 1 1over
over a light wire frame with nodding noddingblack noddingblack noddIn g gblack
black plumes reared on high and a bow bowof bowot bo V Vof
of windmill sails 51 ls of black tulle at the thebacc thebacr th S Sbacc
bacc It measured two yards and a ahalf ahalt a abait
half In circumference and had a big high highcrown highcrown h hcrown
crown crownExperts crownExpert crownEtperta
Experts on the subject of feminine femininehead femininehead a ahead
head decorations declare there is one onechance onechanco on a achanco
chanco for the turban It can be worn wornin wornin wor C Cin
in the now and very er brilliant shades shadessuch shadYsuch shadeasuch
such as coulaur do o rose and a dazzling dazzlingblue dazaUngblue dazaIin g gblue
blue called nourrlce Such scintillating scintillatingcolor scintillatingcolor cinUhIatln g gcolor
color schemes would scarcely bo appro appropriate approprlate appropriato ¬
priate on a hat more than two yarJs in incircumference Inclcuntorenec L a acircuntforencc
circumference A A delicate shell pink shot 5hotwith she t twith
with dull gold and trimmed with a cou couIo ecu1e
pe Io of great rosebuds is as bright a adecoration alecoratlon a adecorhton
decoration aa milliners m11llnersso so far have dared daredrecommend daredrecommend dare ii iirecommend
recommend for the mammoth confection cone1tJonM I IMere
Mere M r8 man dares not express an opts opinion optsion
ion but ho can ca and does hope that ra rationalism rationnllsm rationalism ¬
tionalism will prevail among the design designers designers designera ¬
ers ers and that the beauties of the small smallhat smallbat sma 11 11bat
bat will be pointed out to the purchasers purchasersProtecting purc ors orsProtecting C CProtecting
Protecting the Chesapeake ChesapeakeFortifications ChesapeakeFortifications ChesapeakeFortifications
Fortifications at tho mouth of tho thoChesapeake thoChesapeake th 0 0Chesapeake
Chesapeake are unnecessary Despite D plte the theopinion theopinion th 0 0opinion 1
opinion of President Taft Taft of the com committees comrnitteos I Irnitteoa ¬
mittees on military affairs al alrs in Congress of ofarmy otBrmy If Ifarmy f
army and navy officers and others who whohave whobnv wh 0 0have
have bnv studied the Question such fortifi fortifications fortifications I Ications ¬
cations would be a waste of money moneyThis moneyThis mone r rThis
This matter was settled in Baltimore the thelother theother th Le Leother
other evening and from this decision decisionthere decisionthere n nthere
there is no appeal appealThe appeaJThe appealThe
The Lowell Literary Society of the thePolytechnic theolytechnlQ tb 0 0olytechn1e
Polytechnic Institute in the city on the the5atapsco thePatapsco Ui 8 8atapsco
5atapsco atapsco debated tho Question and the thenegative thenesaUve iii te
negative side won How dare learned learnedjnen le learrie learriemen1 rnoo rnoomen ci I
jnen men war boards or admirals express an anopinion anopinlon a a aopinion I
opinion when Charles Burllngham so soclearly soc1ear1y ID IDclearly
clearly sets torth the arguments against againstthe aga1nstthe aga1n rt rtthe fc
the suggested fortifications as to win a averdict averdict averdlct
verdict from the judges If Charles Bur Burlingham BurlIngham Buxtiagham
lingham has looked into tho question questionand QJ1 Stlon Stlonand n nand i
and has made a succinct argument argumentagainst crIDtmQnt crIDtmQntR argurnqr it itagainst t
against R nstth6 the proposition that tho United UnitedBtates UnitedStates Unite d dltaten j
States should fortify the mouth of the theChesapeake theC Ui LO LOChesapeake
Chesapeake C esapeake we accept his views an anbenceforth > 4 4henceforth l lhenceforth
henceforth shall listen to no proposition propositionto a ato 1
to the contrary It ia l presumed prefju d that the thegovernment th6sovernmen Ui a aovernrnen >
government overnrnen will immediately abandon all a IL 1
idea Id ea of placing fortifications at Cape CapeCharles
Charles C and nd Cape Horfry The Potomac Potomacdistrict PotomacdIstrict
Cd district d and that of ot I the Chesapeake Chesapeakshould Chesapeakehould
should s war come will be b amply guarded guardedby guardedby guardedy
by b y turning to the forensic eloquence of ofCharles otharles
Charles d Burllngham It Is one on of the thegreatest
greatest g reatest moneysaving propositions on onrecord onrecord Onecord
record recordIt recordIt r I
It is I to be hoped that all future do dobates 10bntes <
bates b ates by the Lowell Literary Society SocIe will willbo willbe
bo b e given to the press for then many of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e problems of state will not need to totake totake toake
take t the time of Congress whero the thedebates thedebntes
debates d are long and tedious and where wheremistakes wheremistakes whereistakes
mistakes m istakes are liable to occur as few tewCongressmen
Congressmen C ongressmen claim infallibility and every everymember everyember i
i member m ember of Congress admits that those on onthe onthe one
the th e other side can err errDr errDr
Dr Guthrie and Washington WashingtonIt
It is unnecessary unnocos ary to say to the readers readersof rendersot readersf
of o f this newspaper l that it has no quarrel quarrelwith quarrelwIth
with w ith the Rev Charles E Guthrie or any anydisposition anydisposition
disposition d to deal with him or any an man manother
other o ther than with tho utmost fairness fairnessIt
It esteems him and respects his views viewseven viewsoven viewsven
even o ven If It itmay may not always agree with him himOf hImOf
Of course he did not intend to slander slanderWashington slanderWashington
Washington wheif speaking to the Bal Bo1tlmoro
timore t Conference ho said this was a awifleooen awldeoDen awideonen
wifleooen town jEut But the utterance utterancetended utterancetended utteranceended
tended t to do so nevertheless neverthelessThe nevortholessThe
The term wide open as commonly commonlyaccepted J Jnccepted
accepted a does not fit the Capital City CityAs CityAs
As used to apply to moving picture pictureshows picturehows
shows s in the absence of qualification quall caUon or orInterpretation orlnterprolat1Qn ornterpretation
Interpretation I it was necessarily mis misleading mlslo ¬
leading lo l and hurtful to Washingtons Washingtonsgood Washlngtonsgood
good g ood name No doubt undue emphasis emphasiswas omphaslsVoaS
was given the utterance as it reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the prom ross of the country and thereby therebyworked thorebyworked
worked orked Injustice to Dr Guthrie as well 011 0118S
as a s the city but this only serves to show showtho
tho wisdom of guarded speech speechAs speeohs
As s we have said Washington is not a aperfect aperfeot aerfect
perfect p erfect city and a selfsatisfied spirit Is Isnot Isnot Isot
not n ot to be encouraged But It is orderly ordorlyand
and a nd distinctively free from the evils be besetting be besetting
setting s the average American city Surely Surelytherefore Surolythereforo
therefore we may all of us be optimists optimistswhilo opttmlstswhilo optimistswhile
whilo considering its everyday eVeryd problems problemsPossibly problemsPo
Possibly Po ibly aa a Dr Guthrie says 15 a31s there ia iaan laan
an a n irreconcilable difference in standards standardsbetween standardsbetween
between b newspapers and the ohuroh ohurol but butwo
wo see no reason why they should shoUl not notjointly notjointly notointly
jointly j bo full of hope and honestly honestlyproud honestlyproud honestlyroud
proud p roud of Washington WllShln ton And wo believe ballevothey bt believethey leve levefJtoy
they are
The Upper Berth BerthThe Berthho BCrtIiThe
The ho impression seems to bo well found foundad founded founded
ed that the public la Ii about to be re relieved 16Uove ¬
loved I < at last of the necessity D of paying payingthe paymgtho payingthe
the same samo price for an upper berth in a aPullman nPullman aPullman
Pullman that one is required to pay for fora or
a lower The Interstate Commerce Com Commission Commbslon Cornmission ¬
mission Is reported to look with favor favorupon fnvorupon favorupon
upon a petition to proclaim it unrea unreasonable UDreaiOnabie ¬
sonable to charge the same slU e for the one oneas oneas oneas
as the other otherIf otherIf otherIf
If the th Pullman company should make maketho maketho
tho upper berth rate twothirds the lower lowerberth lowerberth
berth rate say we doubt that it would wouldresult wouldresult ivoukiresult
result in a a dollars loss of revenue Tho Thodifference ThodUfonnce
difference would ould be more than made up upin upIn upIn
in Increased sed purchase purcba e of sleeping car caraccommodations caraccommodatlolUl caraccommodations
accommodations wo suspect And wheth whether whether whether ¬
er that were ere true or not not surely the dif dltferel1ee differeuce i ifereace
fereace in tariff would Incline tho gen saneral gsaOZZ1
1 1era era eral public to a a more favorable attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudetoWSJd
toward the Pullman company oompnnythose those who whomuch whomueh whomuek
much prefer rofor lower berths would find findmore findmore findmore
more lower berths at their disposal l and andthose andthoee L Lthose
those who had to accept upper berths berthswould ber1hswoUld berthswould
would find themselves more equitably equitablytreated equitAblytreated equitablytreated
treated as to the charge for the same sameThs semeThe sameThe
The widespread conviction at this time timeIs timaII timethat
Is that the present Pullman rates are ex exi excasetvo excoselvo
i ceseive and exorbitant exorbitantIf
If the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionshould CommL8lonshould Commisslorshould
should tacitly acknowledge that th t lower lowerberth loworberth lowoberth
berth rates are fair as they now stand standbut standbut standbut
but that upper berth rates are not not that thatwe thate thatwe
we e should think would be rather a flat flattering fiatterlng flattering ¬
tering finding In the companys favor By Bygracefully BybIacefuUy BIgracefully
gracefully submitting and governing it itself itself Itself ¬
self accordingly the sleeping car corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion might safeguard itself against even evengreater evengreater evergreater
greater trouble In tho future It might mightlive mJghtItve t tlive
live to congratulate Itself that it ws wsno wasno wa 3 3worse
no worse oft than it was at t the time it ithappened Ithappened it ithappened
happened happenedThe happenedThe happenedThe
The traveling public seems thoroughly thoroughlyagreed thoroughlyagreed r ragreed
agreed that while the lower berth Is Isnone Isnone ii I
none too low the upper berth is very verymuoh vorymuoh ver vermuoh r
muoh too high If the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce Cornmarco ¬
merce Commission will m bring the upper upperberth upperborth r rberth
berth down to Its relatively r atlvaly proper laval lavalno levalno levelno
no further questions will be asked we weshould weshould sv svshould
should say sayDo sayDo sayDo
Do nice people go to baseball games gamesInquires gamosinquires gainesInquires
Inquires a correspondent In the New NewYork NewYork r rYork
York Sun Baseball manners are in a aclass aclass L Lclass
class by themselves They are not nearly nearlyso r rso
so bad as they seem seemTho seemTho seemDoseret
Tho Deseret News says history will willnever willnever wil wilnever
never know Senator Jeff Davis Oh Ohwell Ohwell Ohwell
well whore ignorance Is bliss bUs co coY c cYoung conng
Young Y Ung Sldisthe Sldls the Harvard mathematical mathematicalprodigy matMmaUcalprodigy 1 1prodigy
prodigy says ho would sail to lars 1ars in intwenty Intwenty Ii Iitwenty
twenty minutes If he possessed an air airship alrship airship ¬
ship and a piece of radium the size of a ahazelnuL ahazelnut I Ihazelnut
hazelnut It the proposition dO does s not notprovide notprwide no t tprOvide
j provide for a return trip a large number numberof numberor r rof
j of people will wish ho had both bothEverybody bothEverybody bothEverybody
Everybody who has been convinced convincedagainst convincedagainst 1 1against
i against his will In the th Brownsville case casehas casehas S Shas
1 has the courts cordial permission to toremain toromaln t tremain
remain of the same opinion still stillA stiliA stIllA
A New York girl found It Impossible Impossiblethe Impossblethe impossibithe
the other day to enter a street car be because beeauso because
cause of the size of her new spring hat hatThat hatThat halThat
That settles It It Street car doors will 111 have haveto haveto hay a ato
to be made wider widerThe widerThe widerThe
The north polewas discovered a year yea ear earago r rago
ago notes the Detroit News And it ithas ithas I t tha
has ha not yet et been settled ottled to the satisfac satisfaction satisfaction
tion of everybody who discovered dlscover d it itNo ItNo It ItNo
No doubt Emperor Wilhelm feels that thatsomething that thatsomething tha t tsomething
something la coming his way waysomething waysomethingstrenuous waysomethintstreflUou something somethingstrenuous
strenuous and impressive impressiveWhat improsslveWhat ImpressiveWhat
What will we do with him himInquires himInquiresthe inquires inquirestho a atho
tho Charleston News
and Courier re referring reforrIng referng ¬
ferring to Mr Roosevelt What What rather ratherwill ratherwill ratherwill
will he do with us usThe usThe
The report to the effect that Senator SenatorDick r rDIck
1 Dick Is to have no opposition within his hiato hisJarty hi S Sparty
party In OhIo may have have been circulated circulatedto cIrculateto
to inspire the Democrats with false falsehope fals 0 0hope
hope hopeRoma hopeRomo hopeRome
Roma Ga is after President Taft to tocome t 0 0come
come down eown and see seethe the sights He would wouldhave woul d dhave
have a good time all u right and besides besideSho Ii Iiho
ho might move around freely in that thatRomo thatRome tha t tRome
Rome and still step on nobodys toes toesIt toesIt toesit
It Is hinted in Washington that thatpea1ror the t tpeakcr
Speaker pea1ror Cannon non will resign r sign at the first firstfavorable firsttavorable firs t tfavorable
favorable opportunity says the Port PortIand Portland
land Telegram It Is
necessary for Wash 1 1A
i Ingt ln Ington gt n sometimes to go G even eve 80 far tar out outof outof outthe
° of the te way as a Oregon In I order to learn learntho le learnenews n ntho
t tho th enews enewsWe news newsWe newsWe
We refuse rete however lowever to shy at the The TheEmperor Te TeEm Tiremperorwillget
Emperor Em E mperorwillget rrwlget willget youlfyouidontwateh youlfyouidontwatehout yOu1yOuon twatch twatchnut
o out ou t bugaboo buSbo buSboPosesse bugabooPossessed
Possessed Posesse of o millions miions Uncle ncle Andy Andygays AndySo Andyys
gays So ys 8 there tere Is nothing to It It It Is an a old oldstory Odstor oldory
story stor st ory and as few people as ever be believe boleve beev ¬
lieve leve li ev it itParties Itpara It ItParties
Parties para inclined to exult elt because Con Congress Congres Conegg ¬
gress gres gr egg showed a disposition to cut out outUncle outUncle outUncle
Uncle Joes automobile will wi now have haveto hnveto
t to toe call cal it all nI off ot He exults e t1s best who whoexlt whoxults
e exults exlt xults last lastA lnt lntA
A Chicago man wants wt a divorce dtvoro from fromhis tromhis froms
his hi s wife because she drinks drnks two cases of ofbeer ofbeer ofeer
hib wre
beer b eer per pOI day That woman should have havemarried havemarrIed havearried
j married m arried a Milwaukee Miwaukee man of course courseTho courseTho courseThe
Tho descendants dcscendnnt of tho earlier ealer arlier English Englishpoats Englsh EnglshpOet
pOet poats p oets aro to enjoy a a big banquet baquet in Lon London Ln Lndo Lenon ¬
don do d on soon It I is to be hoped hopd Mr Alfred AlfredAustin AUredAustn
4 Austin Austn A ustin will wl not be tempted to make offi official omcia ¬
cial cia cm l note of the occasion occasionLlfo occsion occsionto
Life to is one grand gad process proces of liquida liquidation llquidaon Quldn ¬
tion ton n on says sa s a Richmond minister miniser Not Notwithstanding Notwittding NotithstandIng ¬
v withstanding wittding w the somewhat wabbly for forward forward ¬
ward w ard maroh of prohibition prohibitionVery prohibiton prohibitonVer
Very Ver few people pople should object to Mr MrRoosevelts MrRoosevels
Roosevelts Roosevels R dally occupancy occupncy of the best bestposition bestposfon
position posfon p pR osItion on the front page If I it wore woe not notRoosevelt notRosovelt notoosevelt
Roosevelt Rosovelt R It probably probably would be Pitts Pittsburg Plts Pltsburg Pitt Pitturg
1 burg b urg or Albany AlbanyA Alby AlbyA
A physician says that work kills kUa many manypeople manypeple manyeople
people peple p eople observes obero the Augusta Augsta Horald HoraldOur HoraldOur Heraldur
Our O ur contemporary contemporI is feeling reeIng a D trifle tife spring springfeverish sprng sprngfeversh springoverish
feverish feversh f we ve imagine imagineIt
It must be lots of fun to t be an officer officerin orcor orcorIn
i in n the th Cuban Cubn army says sa s the Son Sa An Antonio Antonio ¬
t tonio onlo Express xpress To be a private prvate however howeveris
is i s muoh more novel and distinctive dIstlnotve of ofHalleys orcourse
course courseHaUey8 c ourseHaleys
Halleys HaUey8 comet travels at tho rate of
j 1966 1 1 6 miles mies a minute says the Atlanta AtlantaGeorgian Atiantaeorgian
Georgian Go G < eorgian tn Almost Amost as fast faf indeed as a areal nreal aeal
real r eal spicy piece of gossip gossipTha gssip gssipThe gossipThe
The price pric of bacon baon has ha advanced adance 3ft 3ftpar 300 300er
par p p er cent cnt within wihIn the past pt ten ter ter years Old Oldhigh OldhIgh
high h igh cost cst of living lving IB w the thing that is isgoing Isgoing Isoing
j going g oing to cut the big figure fgro in tho next nextCongressional nextCongrolonal nextongressional
Congressional Congrolonal C election electionSenator 6locton 6loctonSenator electionSenator
Senator Tillrnans Tlmans charge chars that the news newspapers newl newspapers ¬
papers ppers made Mr 1r Roosevelt is in a meas measure measro ¬
ure Uft u up ro perfectly pefety true true However tho news newspapers newsppts newsapers ¬
papers ppts p apers must admit that Mr r Roosevelt Roosveltmade Roostvet Roostvetmae Rooseveltmade
made mae them tho mighty interesting interestingBerlin interestlngeln InterestingBerlin
Berlin eln objects obects to 36cent butter butor says saysthe sayrthe as aste
the te Birmingham Blrmgha AgeHerald AgeHerad Berlin Berli no nodoubt nodoubt nooubt
doubt doubt d oubt will 1 have hvo to take tl < it out in kicking kickingBesides kickingBulde kickingBesides
Besides Bulde Hoent Mont oent butter buter will w1 not look so sobad 80bd so sobad
bad bd after ater Berlin Bonn has ha reached 40ccnt 40ccntbutter 4cot 4cotbuter 40coalutter
butter butterMaude buter b utter utterMacdo
Maude Mudo Adams da scheduled appearance appance as asChantectar asChantecrr arChantechr
Chantectar Chantecrr seems to have aroused arouse a agreat ngreat o L Lreat
great g reat deal of sincere slnCro apprehension apprehensionSecretary apprehoneronSctary apprehensionSretary
Secretary Fred Fre Carpenter Crpenter is a A modest modestyoung mo modestoung
young y oung man and evidently ovldet does dOI not go in instrong instonS Ir Irtrong
strong stonS s for advertising adV8Ulng He has ha not notmite per permitted petmitted ¬
mitted mite a single resignation rElgnoUon rumor rum r to toescape t toscape
escape Q e from frm his office ofoe since the President Presidentwas P6ent P6entwa Presidentwas
was wa inaugurated inauguratedCHAT Inagrato InagratoCHAT inauguratedCHAT
Wo VC Dont Say They Tiey SvilL SvilLFrara iVil Will WillFrear
Frara J O te the Austin Au Statesman StatesmanTi Sn atesnan atesnanThe
Ti The JDwissippI MMp bribery b cases c may ma sy yet Jc xako ne makeVaida makeVaidanun Vavda Vavdamaa
nun m UM t most m popular PpI nan m in the to State StateInevitable Bt BtInevJnble Statainevitable
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tally mark of the th savages believes Maf
Charles MS ii Woodruff the anthropologist anthropologistand
and military sanitarian The natural way wayof wayof ay ayof
of recording numbers is by tally marks marksand markand marksand
and It i Is the universal custom of man mankind ronnk1nd mankind ¬
kind at least leaat of all intelligent enough enoughto onouhto I Ito
to count countHistorians countHtortau ooUfltHlstorlaaa
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tally marks to rater to the notched sUcks sticksbut sUcksbut sUcksbut
but it ic here meant to refer to any sim simple sImpl elmpie ¬
pie pl marks or scores BOor Tally marks must mustbo mustbo mustbe
bo so diattnctivo that they the can bo read readno readno mac I Ino
no matter how the coin or stick is held heldvertically held8IttcaUy baldvertically
vertically horizontally or inverted invertedTh InvertedThe InvertedThe
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boon useless since they would have been beenUBdteUagttfshabie beenuB beseundtsUnuIsha2de
UBdteUagttfshabie uB l UttIhabI unless the top was wasknown waskaOWB wa I Ikaowjs
known Therefore Th rotoce we find many In Instances Instances instances ¬
stances in which hleb the numerals have been beeninverted beenJaverted I Ihiverted
inverted or inclined at various angles as asit asIt ni 3 3It
it was no practical importance at first firstwhether llrstwhether 1rs I Iwhether
whether they were upside down or not notOur notOur notOur
Our two ae well as the four five six sixor sixor sixor
or seven all have been Inverted and re reversed re reversed reversed ¬
versed at times There may also have havebeen havebeen hay a abeen
been reversals of the forms due to the thefact thefaet th a afact
fact that the people from whom the theArabs theArabs tb tbArabs
Arabs obtained the numerals probably probablywrou probablywrole r rwrote
wrote from left to right while the Arabs Arabswrote Arabewrote B Bwrote
wrote from right to left and the Europ Europeans Europeans Europsans ¬
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guage was written from right to left leftand Iertand let t tand
and another left to right When forms formsof tormsor S Sof
of numerals are evidentally tally marks marksthe marksthe S Sthe
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stick to any particular arrangement but butform butform bu t tform
form now ones provided they indicated indicatednumbers indicatAdnumbers f fnumbers
numbers This Is the most reasonable reasonableexplanation reasonableexplanation e eexplanation
explanation of the evident tally mark marknature markD8ture mar k knature
nature of the numerals numeralsTen numeralsIen numeralsTon
Ten Is a nine with an extra stroke and andthe andthe an anthe
the eights are sevens with an extra strok strokeThe strokThe strokThe
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derived from groups of marks In course courseof aourHeor 0 0of
of time by b slurring omission of strokes strokesand strokesand I Ianti
and adding embellishing nourishes the themanuscript themantlScript th thmanuscript
manuscript forms arose In the seven seventhero seventhero seve sevethere
thero is a perfect graduation of evolu evolutionary evolutionry evoluUonary ¬
tionary forms to our present seven sevenIn sevenIn sevenIn
In the four the resemblance Is seen by bymaking bymakIng
making an assumption In the five there thereis thereIs
is moro evidence e1r enco of an attempt to write writedecisively writedool51vely writedecisively
decisively one of the X forms orrrus of the theChInese theChinese
Chinese The supremacy of the th Chinese Chineseis
18 is explained by the fact that the Chinese Chinesenumerals Chinesonumerals
numerals wore the first ideagraphs in inthe inthe Inthe
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Bearing In mind that It was only sixty sixtyfive sixt sixtyftve
five years ago n o that Texas was admitted admittedto
I loathe to the Union this is an astonishing record recordIn recordIn recordin
In empire building For Texas Tcxa Is cer certainly certainly ocrtelnly ¬
tainly an empire None of the monarchies monarchiesof
of Europe with the exception of Russia Russiacan Russiacan Russiacan
can show a larger area than hers She Shepossesses ShepOSiies5e Shepossesses
possesses 57600 lO00 square miles more of ter territory terlitory
ritory than the Kaisers realm Prom FromthIs Promthis
this it will be seen that great as have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been her achievements of the last few fewdecades fewdecades
decades they are after all InconsIder InconsIderable inconsiderable
able In comparison with what the future futurehas futurehas futurehas
has In store for her Her great diversity diversityof
of soil the multifarious character o ot her hernatural he henatural hernatural
natural resources her geographical posi positlon pcsltlon position
tlon and the high type of immigration immigrationwhich immigrationwhich
which has swelled her population all allpoint aUpoint allpoint
i point to the day when in numbers and andwealth andwealth andwealth
wealth and every adjunct of empire save savothose savethose savethose
those of making treaties and levying war warshe warshe
she will be on a par with the Old World Worldempires Worldomplres Worldempires
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terest the energetic and Incorruptible pub publie
lie servant who had been appointed to tobrincr tobring tobring
bring them to book bookPray bookPray
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quoth they theyBy tileyBy theyBy
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servant servantYou servantYou servantYou
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presumption conact conactCertainly corrOGUCertolnly cOrrec cOrrecCertaIn1y
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something by sad experience and 81Jd they theywere theywere theywere
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He HeHundreds Hundreds of times Why do you youknow youknow youknow
know I actually Rct l1y recognize about half the thewaves thewaves thewaves
waves we 0 meet meetShe meetSheIndeed meetSiieThdeed
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J An A n Old Custom CustomEggrolling outo C1UtOJUfEggrolling n nEggr01l1ng
Eggrolling at Easter time with Its Itsclamoring 1tsdlamoring Itslamoring
t clamoring c children and holiday attire attirewhich attirewhich
which w hich is 1 such a delightful feature of our ouryearly ouryearly
yearly y early celebration of that festival Is Issaid 1Bsaid
said fi aid to be as ai old as the hills Its ob observance obsorvance oborvanco ¬
B servance s In England dates back to the themiddle themiddle
r middle m iddle ages and today In that country countryeggrolling countryeggro1l1ng
eggrolling e is as big an event as it ever everwas everVas everas
was w as The Easter eggrolling at Preston Prestonnear PrJatonnoar Prestonear
r near n ear Liverpool was observed with great greatanimation greatanimation
a animation a this spring In Avenham AvenhamPark AvenhamParkover Park Parkover Parkver
over o < ver 35000 children participating The Theslopes Theslopes Theiopea
slopes S iopea of the valley in the park were werethronged wer werthronged werehronged
t thronged with Joyous young people either eitherrolling eitherroiling
r rolling r their colored eggs or engaged in inminiature Inmfnature ininiature
r miniature m battle with them At the close closeof closeof closef
C of o f the th festival the grass was fairly buried buriedbeneath burledbenooth
beneath b eneath a carpet of egg shells orange orangepoel orangepoel orangeeel
I poel p eel and other debris Undoubtedly we wehave W8have weave
have h ave followed the example of England England1in
1 in n the matter of eggrolling as a wo have havein havein haven
in I n many anther weightier w lshUer matter and andas andas ands
as a s it Is seen that this custom dates back backto backto backo
to t o a time dimmed by distance we are areagain areagain aregain
again a gain forced to ask ourselves ours h6S If there Is Isanything Isanything isnything
anything a new beneath tho aim aimCnpla sunCupid attnupid
Cupid C upid anti Psyche PychcAmericans P7cheAmoricans PsycheAmericans
Americans will now have an oppor opportunity opportunl1Y opporrinity ¬
tunity t to see the famous painting Cupid Cupidand Cupidand Cupidnd
and a nd Psyche P8cI e without taking a trip to tothe tothe toho
the t ho ola country for this work of one of ofthe ofthe
the t he greatest of our early artists Ben Benjamin Benjamin Benarnin ¬
jamin j arnin West painted moro than a cen century century conury ¬
tury t ury ago was lately brought over from fromLondon fromLondon fromondon
London L ondon and has been sold to the Cor Cornoran Cornoran Cororan
noran c oran Gallery of Art of this city where whereIt whereIt
It i t Is now or soon will viil be on exhibition exhibitionBenjamin exhibitionBenjamin exhibitionenjamin
Benjamin B West was the th first president of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he Royal Academy In London and the thacanvas thecanws theanvas
canvas c in discussion was painted p In 1nI 1808 1808for 12i 12ior
I for f or exhibition under the auspices of that thatinstitution thatInstltutlon thatnstitution
i institution It contains nearly lifesize lifesizefigures Utesizefiguros lifesizegures
figures fi gures and Is said to be In Its color and andtone nodtone andone
tone t one a work of distinction The compo composition compostlon compoition ¬
sition s ition reveals the god of love love not as a arosy aI aosy
rosy r osy cheeked boy but rather as a winged wingedyouth wingedyouth wingedouth
I youth y ry outh who Is embracing the fairhaired fairhairedPsyche fafJohalrodPsyche fairhairedsyche
Psyche P syche CupId and an Psyohe was until untilrecently untllrOGentl untilecently
recently rOGentl r in the possession po85 Sslon of an English Englishfamily EngllsbnInny ngIish ngIisharnily
family familyOklahoma nInnyOldnhoIDa arnilyklahoma
Oklahoma O Train TrainSeveral TrainSQveml TrainsSeveral
Several years ago when a Garber GarberOkla GarberOkla Gatherkm
Okla 0 km gentleman on the return trip from fromBillings tromBillings fromBillings
Billings coughed hi his false teeth through throughthe tbroughthe throughthe
the open window of a flying express expresstrain cpresstrain expressrain
train t and the train was Halted and andbacked andbaoked andacked
backed b acked up a mile or two while the crew crewand crewand crewnd
and a nd passengers organized a posse and andsearched andsearched andearched
searched s until the missing teoth were werefound worefound wereound
found f it was thought thou ht that the limit in insuch Insu Inuch
such su s fs fn uch < h adventures had bean reached But Butnot Butnot Butot
not n ot so gentle lr ntJe reader Listen to this one oneyou oneIla ones
Ila a s you ou will see For queerness Queel Ol5 and anduniqueness andunlquene andniqueness
uniqueness u a stunt pulled off between betweenGarber botweenGarber betweenGather
Garber and Enid last la t week we think thinkhas thlnJhas thinkhas
has the false teeth episode put away in ina Inbox Ina
a box wrapped in crepe A coyote run running running running ¬
ning ahead of the train in question ply plyIng plyIng plyag
Ing l ag betveen bet oen Garber and Enid attracted attractedtho attractedtho attractedhe
tho t he notice of the engineer and fireman fireman3JUle firemanJJJe firemanMile
Mile JJJe after mile mU it Jogged and capered caperedalong caperedalon caperedalong
along alon in front of the locomotive in the themost themost themost
most tantalizing manner and when the theengineer theI1KMer theengineer
engineer put on a little more steam In an anendeavor anendeavor anendeavor
endeavor to run It down the coyote sim simply simply elmply ¬
ply awoke from iisUeasnesa and pro proceeded prooeeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to gallop along In racehorse racehorsefashion racehorsefashion racehorsefashion
fashion under double wrap After the thecoyote thecoyote thecoyote
coyote had taken his regular morning mornlogexercisa mornlo mornloexercise morningexercise
exercise in the manner hero related he hejuet hejuet I Ijust
juet turned about looked at the engine enginesquare enginesquare I ISQUfttO
square in the face and bopping down downtho downtho downthe
tho embankment at the th side of th the track trackentered traokentered trackentered
entered a convenient culvert The engi engineer engineer orrgiflOOr ¬
neer and fireman noticed this movement movementand movementand
and stopped the train while the crew crewand crewand cronand r
and passengers who had already alight alighted alighted alighted ¬
ed divided into two parties and hemmed hemmedin hemmedin I Iin
in the coyote on all sides Mr Coyote Coyotewas Coot Cootwas Coyotewas
was poked out alive trussed with a apiece npiece e L Lpiece
piece of wire from 8 a nearby barbed wire wirefence wirefence i ifence
fence placed upon the train and taken takeninto takenInto I IInto
into Enid EnidIlirtli EnidDlrtl1 BaldBirth
Birth of Venice VeniceThe VenloeTbe VeniceQueen
The Queen of the Adriatic was born bornof bornof herrof
of the troubles caused by the invasion invasionof Ii Iiof
of the famous fam Ul or Infamous Attila the theHun theHun th a aHun
Hun who about the middle of the fifth fifthcentury fifthcntury I Icentury
century overran and devastated such suchlargo snoblarge B B1nrgo
largo portion of Europe In consequence consequenceof a aof
of the ravages of this Scourge of ofGod otGodono o f fGodono
God Godono one pf the th most oruel and remorse remorseloss remorslosa remorselos3
loss characters chara ters in history historyfugitives fugitives from fromvarious fromvarious fror a avarious
various regions of Italy sought a refuge refugeamong refugeamong 0 0ong
among ong the islands which skirt the north northern northern northera ¬
ern coast of the Adriatic which were wereat wereat war 0 0at
at that time but the haunts of fisher fishermen fishermen fisherman ¬ >
men and seabirds Here was born Venice Venicewhose VenIcewhose VenIcewhose
whose history was to ba b written upon uponthe uponthe upo a athe
the waves for more than 1000 OOO years It Itwas Itwas I t tws
was during the century between 460 and an a
550 that the most entrancing city in the thaworld theworld th a aworld
world may be said to have been founded 1
Our Great Literary Statesman StatesmanApril April 11
Today is the birthday of Edward EdwardHJverett EdwardE EdwardThcrett
HJverett E erett one of tho most purely literary literaryof
of all American orators Among tho thomore thomore themore
more eminent scholars and statesmen of ofour otour ofour
our land no one on has ever been more moredeservedly moredeservedly moredeservedly
deservedly honored for Intellectual power powerpurity powerpurity powerpurity
purity of character public 1 ublic and private privateand prhateand privateand
and for clearness and perception of Judg Judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment than Everett He was born on onApril onAprIl onApril
April 11 1794 1m and few men have had a abetter Dbetter
better advantage for acquiring knowledge knowledgethan knowledgothan knowledgethan
than he and being of a studious turn turnof turnot turnof
of mind he was graduated from Har Harvard Harvnrd Hatyard ¬
yard College and with the highest hon honors honors honOrg ¬
ors of his class of uncommonly able stu students students sIndents ¬
dents when only a little more than sev seventeen s sYenteen v venteen ¬
enteen years of age ageYoung ageYoung ageYoung
Young Everett remained in college as a atutor atutor atutor
tutor for a while during which time he hestudied hestudied liestudied
studied for the ministry and at nineteen nineteenhe nineteenhe nineteenhe
he was preaching in Boston and was wasalready wasalready wasalready
already eminent as a polished pulpit ora orator oratOr orabr ¬
tor and logician At twenty he was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to fill the Eliot chair chaIt of Greek Greekliterature Gree1cliterature Greekliterature
literature at Harvard and about the thesame thesame thesame
same time became the conductor of the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North American Review ReviewIn ReviewIn ReviewIn
In the course of a few years Mr Ever Everett Everett Everott ¬
ett had so well prepared himself for forpopular foropulnr forpopular
popular oratory that ever after ho en entered entered entered ¬
tered upon Its practice in 1834 164 he held heldthe heldtho boldthe
the first rank among American public publicspeakers pUbJicspealters publicspeakers
speakers His life as a statesman began beganat beganat beganat
at the same time for he h was that year yearelected yearelected enr enrelected
elected to a seat in the national Con Congress ConGroos Congross ¬
gross Ho remained there ten years and andwas ondwas andwas
was then chosen governor of his State Stateand Stateand Stateand
and for three consecutive terms He rep represented represented represented ¬
resented our country at tho British court courtthen courtthen courtthen
then for five years ears was president of Har Harvard Harvard Hatyard ¬
vard College and succeeded Webster as asSecretary asSecretary asSecretary
Secretary of State under Fillmore The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter years of his life were devoted to toliterary toliterary toliterary
literary labors and the delivery of ora orations orations oralions ¬
tions on timely Ume subjects although he was wasnominated wa wanominated wannominated
nominated by the Whigs for Vice Presi President President President ¬
dent In 1S60 His orations during the thocivil tMcIvil thecivil
civil war were always decided yet mod moderate moderate modcrate ¬
erate in their th lr views Itlws and his last speech speechmade speechmade peechmade
made on January 9 9 1SS5 1SS5 was in behalf
The Sultan of Turkey Hn line i 82 SZthe nnil nnilthe nd nd1bo
the JEmyorer of Germany 73 73From 1G 1GFrom
From Answers AnswersIt A em emIt
It is a curious fact that the monarch of ofthe otthe Ofhe
the t he greatest and most important nation nationin nationIn
in i n the world has almost the shortest and andleast andleast
least l east Imposing title Uti of any anyMost anylIost anyMost
Most of the crowned heads of Europe Europerevel Europerevel Europeevel
revel r evel In a multiplicity of styles and digni dignities dls ti tities ¬
ties t ies but apart from from more peerages the theruler theruler
ruler of the mightiest empire the world worldhas worldhas
has ever seen has to be content with the thesimple thesimple theimple
simple s formula Edward VII VIIr by the theGrace theGrnce
Grace or God of tho United Kingdom of ofGreat otGreat ofGreat
Great Britain and Ireland and of the theBritish theBritish
British Dominions Beyond the Seas SeasKing SeasKIng SeaSCing
King I Defender of the Faith Emperor of ofIndia otIndia
India IndiaEven IndiaEven
Even In these titles the th reference to tothe tothe tohe
the t he Britons over seas was added only on onthe onthe onthe
the present Kings accession nccM lon and the thestyl thestyle
styl style of Emperor of India was conferred conferredon
on the British sovereign late In Queen QueenVictorias QueenVlotorlas
Victorias reign rogn Queen Victoria was wascrowned wascrowned
crowned simply Of the United Kingdom KingdomOf
Of Great Britain and Ireland Queen De Defender De Defender Dcfender ¬
fender of the tho Faith though on some someof someot someof
of the early coinage of her reign Telgnthe Telgntheflorin reigntheforts the theflorin
florin for instance fnstanceshe she is styled By the theGrace theGrace th thGrace
Grace of God of all tho Brltalns Queen QueenDafander QueenDelender QueenDefandsr
Dafander of the Faith FaJthn a fine dignified dignifiedand dignifiedand dignifiedand
and comprehensive style styleBesides styleBesides s sBesides
Besides his regal appellation the King Kinghas KInghaa Kinghas
has of course many lessor titles but buteven buteven butoven
even these th8fi are not nearly so numerous as asin asin asn
in i n the case of most foreign potentates potentatesWhen potentatesYhen potentatesWhen
When Yhen one turns to other monarchs the thelist tbelist thelist
list appears very trivial the German Em Emperor Emperor Emporor ¬
peror for Instance enjoying the luxury of ofseventyfive otseventyflve ofseventyfive
seventyfive subordinate titles the King Kingof Kingor iCingof
of Spain fortytwo the Emperor of Aus Austria AustrIa AUStrio ¬
tria sixtyone and the Sultan of Turkey Turkeyeighty Turkeyeightytwo Turkeyeightytwo
eighty eightytwo eightytwoTJIe eightytwoTire two twoThe
The Sultan of Turkeys various styles stylesaro tylesare tyIesare
are somewhat amusing to tho Western Westernmind Westernmind Vesternmind
mind Ho Is of course SulTan and Kha KhaKkan KhaKkan KhaRican
Kkan high prince and lord of lords to tostart tostart tostart
start with then he claims sovereignty sovereigntyover sovereigntyover sovereigntyover
over most districts towns cities and andstates andstates andstates
states in the East specifying each by byname byname bYname
name name and setting out with great delib deliberation deliberation deliboration ¬
eration In eaoh Of his various titles all allthe allthe allthe
the forts citadels purlieus and neigh neighborhood neIghborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood thereof In regular legal form formand rormand formand
and finally his official designation ends endsSovereign endsSovereign endsSovereign
Sovereign also of divers other nations nationsstates nationsstates rationsstates
states peoples and races on the face of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the earth AH this thl is of course in ad addition addItion additlon ¬
dition to his high position as Head of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Faithful and Supreme Lord of all allthe allthe allthe
the Followers of the Prophet Direct Directand DIrectand Directarid
and Only Lieutenant on Earth of Mo Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed ¬
hammed hammedThe hammedThe hammedThe
The Emperor of Austria Austr the Pope the theSultan theSultan theSultan
Sultan of Turkey the King of Spain and andthe andthe andthe
the King of Portugal are all King of ofJerusalem ofJGrU ofJerusalem
Jerusalem JGrU alem The Emperor of Austria and andthe andthe andthe
the King of Spain both call themselves themselvesKing theI themselvesKing 5e1vcs 5e1vcsKIng
King of Gallcla GallclaOf Ga1leiaor GslleiaOf
Of sovereigns who claim British terri territories territorIes tern terntonie ¬
tories the worst offender Is the young youngKing youngKing youngKing
King of Spain Il He is among other otherthings otherth otherthings
things th ngs King of Gibraltar King of the theEast theEast theEast
East Indies King of Oceania King Kingof Kingot KIngof
of the West Indies and King of In India India Indin ¬
dia the last title being also owned by bythe bythe bythe
the King of Portugal while of titles for formerly tor tormerly formanly ¬
merly horne by the monarchs of Britain Britaintha Britainthe Britainthe
the King of Spain Is also King of Cas Castile Castlle Castile ¬
tile tlle King of Arragon and King of ofNavarre otNavarra ciNavarro
Navarro NavarreAnother NavarraAnother NavarroAnother
Another Capt Flbb Tale TaleFrom TaleFreIn TaleProm
From Jatfce JatfceRear II111eRoor JedgeRearrn
Rear Admiral Hodges Hod goo of the navy tells tellsthe tellsth6 3 3the
the following story of a conversation ta taheard hoheard h I Iheard
heard between two old sailors sailorsIt sn1lorsIt sailorsIt
It was a rat ship hlp I was sailln mum o1Un In that thattrip thattriP I ItrIp
trip said one of the shellbacks One Oneof Oneot I Iof
of tho dlngdest rat ships I ever knew knewThey knewThey knewThey
They was rats In it from bow to stern sternrats sternrats sternrats
rats In the hold In the galley in the thesteerage thesteerage tin t
steerage In the focastle In the old mans mansroom mansroomeverywhere maniroomeverywhere a
room roomeverywhere everywhere Rats NothIn but butBlmeby butBlmeby butBlmeby
Blmeby It got so bad we had to put putIn putin Pu t
In an get them off So wa hooked up to toa toa t a
a dock and fumigated I Iwas was on deck an anI anI L
I saw them rats leavin I counted em emThey emThey extThey L
They was 15009000 of em emFifteen omFlCteen emFifteen
Fifteen million asked the other otherAint otherU otherkint
U Aint < lnt that a lot o rats Are you sure sureSure sureSure
Sure Yes Im sure They was 1600i000 1600i000rats 15001000rats 1500 to
rats rats and I counted em More than that thatevery thatovt1 the theevOrY t
every rat weighed half a pound They Theywas Theywas Th Y Ywas
was big fat sassy ones Im tellin tellinFifteen teJllnFifteen bum
Fifteen million rats and every one oneweighed on6weighed on Es
weighed half a pound and they all came cameoff cameoff cam e
off your our ship Thats 7000000 and a half halfpounds halpounds hal f
pounds of rats Say Sa Jim Jim what was the thetonnage thetonnage Ut Uttonnage e
tonnage of that shipt shiptOh shlpTOh shIp shIpOh
Oh about 160 tons tonsSpecial tonsSpeclnl tonsSpecial
Special Request RequestFrom RequestFrom RequestPam
From the Buffalo Bxpreso BxpresoWill xpreseWUl BirteasWIll
Will you have anything on your face facesir facesir I
sir whon I am through asked tho thobarber thobarber th thbarber C
barber barberYou barberYou barberYou
You might leave my nose there an answered answered ¬
swered the man In the chair who had hadalready hadalready ha haalready II
already been cut several times
of the needy and suffering citizens of ofSavannah ofSavannah o f fSavannah
Savannah Ho died on the 15th of the thesame thesame th e esame
same month monthTo montTo monthTo
To the efforts of Edward Ed ard Everett more morethan morethan mon C Cthan
than to any an other one person is I to be becredited becredited b 0 0credited
credited the raising of funds sufficient suflclent to topurchase toplrohWle t 0 0perobase
purchase the th home of Washington Wlhlngton at atMount atMount s t tMount
Mount Vernon He delivered a a lecture lectureon 0 0on
on the character of that great man more morethan moreI morethan mar e ethan
I than 100 times and gave the proceeds to tothe toI t 0 0the
I the Ladles Mount Vernon Vernot Association AssociationHe AssociationH 1 1He
He H personally placed over 50000 in the thetreasury thetreasury th e etreasury
treasury It la probable that his hi oratory oratorywon oratoryWon orator I Iwon
won for benevolent purposes at least leas it iti00o0o
100000 100000Among 100000 i00o0oAmong 100000Among
Among the greatest of Everetts ora orations orations oretlons ¬
tions were his History of Liberty Libert de delivered deUverod I Ilivorod ¬
livered at a celebration of the anniversary anniversaryof annlversar y yof
of the Declaration of Independence at atCharlestown atCharle a t tCharlertown
Charlestown Charle town Mas In 1S28 on The First FirstSettlement FiratSettlement Firs it itSettlement
Settlement of New England at Plym Plymouth Plymouth Plyxtouth ¬
outh December 22 1824 If the Ameri American AmerIcan I Ican ¬
can Patriots Had Failed at Concord ConcordApril ConcordApr1119 I IApril
April Apr1119 19 1825 The Men and Deeds of the theRevolution theRevolution th 0 0Revolution
Revolution in Christ Church Cam Cambridge Cambridge I IbrIdge ¬
bridge July 4 1SS 1826 his speech to a dele delegation delegation i igation ¬
gation of Sac and Fox Indians lndian In the theStatehouse theStatehouse th 0 0Statehouse
Statehouse Boston October a 30 1527 Tho ThoFlower ThoFlower Tb LO LOFlower
Flower of Essex delivered at Bloody BloodyBrook BloOdyBrook Blood y yBrook
Brook South Deerfiold Mass In observ observance observance 7 7alice ¬
ance of the 160th anniversary of the In Indian Indian In I Idian ¬
dian massacre mas cre on that spot September r r
30 1835 5 his Last Hours of Webster Websterdelivered Websterdelivered lobsterdll1ered > t
delivered In Faneuil Hall October 27 271SS8 27IS 2 7 715i2 rf
1SS8 IS and The Approach of Day Da at the thededication thededication tI Q edOdication
dedication of the th Dudley Observatory ObservatoryAlbany ObsenatolYAlbln y yAlbany
Albany Albln N Y August 2S S Bid 1SSGApril 1S5tiAprlI BidApril
April U Is the day William of Orange Orangewas Orangewas Orani B owas
was crowned King In 16S9 William Pitt Pittthe PIttthe Pit t tthe
the eminent first Earl of Chatham died diedIn diedIn die I Iiii I
In 1778 and Rev Roland Hill the eccen eccentric eccentric eccertrio ¬
tric English clergyman died in 1S33 It Itis ItIs Itis t
is the birthday of the following eminent eminentmen eminentmon eminer it itmen t
men Augustus E SiHIman financier and andauthor andauthor an id idauthor j
author OSOi 1S07 George Canning the Eng English English Ent g glish ¬
lish statesman 1770 1770 Christopher Smart Smartthe Smartthe t tthe
the poet 1722 17 Charles W r Couldock the theactor theaotol U te teactor C5
actor 1815 1815 and Ephraim E Ellsworth Ellsworththa Ellsorththe It Itthe i
the commander of the th New ew York Ft Firo FiroZouaves ire ireZouaves ro roZounve o
Zouaves Zouaves killed at Alexandria 1S37 1S37 >
I I do not think that tho efforts of f the theDaughters theDaughters theaughters
Daughters D of the American Revolution Revolutionor
or o r any other patriotic organization organizationshould orSanlzattonshould organizationhould
should s be made to appear ridiculous ridiculoussaid r1dlculOUsnld ridiculousaid
said s aid Fraaland S Warner of Boston Boston who whowas whowas whowas
was seen iQ Jn < at tho New Willard WillardhI WilterdI
hI I sawin saw In this mornings paper an artl artljcle article art artle
jcle cle o le or interview relating to the estab establishment establishment eatabishment ¬
lishment l of an empire in this country countryunder countrYunder countrynder
under u nder Theodore as emperor and the thaDaughters theDnught theDaughters
Daughters Dnught rs as tho nucleus for an Ameri American American Amenan ¬
can c an nobility Thats naturally absurd absurdThe absurduThe absurdThe
uThe The chapters ch vter3 of the Daughters Daughtersthroughout Daughtersthroughout Daughtershroughout
throughout t the country have left little littleundone littleundone littleundone
undone in the way of promoting patriot patrlotsm patriotism patriotern
ism t sm and in commemorating the deeds of ofbrave ofbrave ofravo
brave b ravo men and women said Mr War Warner Warner Warncr ¬
ner They have worked among the law lawmakers Iawmakers lawmakers ¬
makers until the national government governmentand governmentand governmentnd
and a nd many of the States have set about aboutsafeguarding aboutsafoguardlng aboutafeguarding
safeguarding s the flag from advertising advertisingpurposes advrtislngpurposes advertisingurposes
purposes p They have purchased pur based < and re remired repnlred meaired
pnlred p mired historic bl torlc buildings they have havemarked havemarked havemarked
marked the graves gra 8 of o soldiers and Bail Bailors satlora sailors ¬
ors of the Revolution and of women womenwho womenwho womenwho
who performed acts of heroism herol rn They Theyhave Theylutv Theyhave
have lutv offered prizes for the purpose of ofencouraging oto ofencouraging
encouraging o ouragtng the study of history have havetad havehad havebad
had tad chairs of American Amerl an history estab estabIshed established established
lished in colleges have sent out olrcu olrcuating olrculatlng olrculating
ating libraries relative to American big hlaory hla hlatory bigtory
tory ory and have sent out lecturers lect r6rS to de deliver do doliver doliver ¬
liver free talks on this subject subjectBut subjectBut subjectBut
But their most me t telHng work is the thegathering thegathering thegathering
gathering in or children added Mr MrWarner MrWarner MrWarner
Warner from among the foreign ale elements ele elements alements ¬
ments in our population and teaching teachingthem teac teachingthem mg mgthem
them about this country its Institutions Institutionsits
its aims its general greatness s and above aboveall aboveall aboveall
all teaching them a love and reference referencefor rete referencefor nca ncafOr
for the th flag Most gratifying results have havebeen hav havbeen havebeen
been achieved from this work and today todaythere todaythere todaythere
there Is no small amount of genuine genuinepatriotism genwnepatriotism genuinepatriotism
patriotism among Uncle Barns little citi citizens ctIor cltinails ¬
nails of foreign birth or of 1mtncd1atoforeign Immediate Immediateforeign lmmnadlateforeign
foreign extraction In fact fact there are aremany armany aremany
many instances where the young foreign foreigner ¬
I er is already more deeply rooted In the thefacts thefacts
II facts relating to the history of this coun country counfry cotmtry ¬
try than Homo native citizens who are aredoubly areI aredoubly
I doubly unfortunate In that they reside residein rstd6in residein
in remote parts and have parents pA ts who whoiave Whoi witohave
i have iave neglected their education educationThe educaUonThe educationThe
The D A A R R owns much property that thats thatIs thatIs
Is s historic having purchased It to prevent preventits preventIts preventits
its desecration by people with mistaken mistakenIdeas mistakenIdeas mistakenideas
Ideas of what constitutes progress Wher Wherever Wherever Wherever ¬
ever there is a historic spot to preserve preservethe preservethe preservethe
the Daughters go about taking care of It Itand itsnd itand
and Instead of censure and ridicule they theydeserve theydesene theydeserve
deserve public commendation and the thepraise thepraise thepraise
praise of all patriotic citizens citizensSpeaking oIt1zensSpeakIng citizensSpeaking
Speaking of oranges and the manner of ofmarketing ofmarketing ofmarketing
marketing the same Price F Howard Howardof
of San Francisco who Is interested in inCalifornia 2nCal1fornla InCalifornia
California orange culture culture aDd and is at the theRaleigh theRaleIgh theRaleigh
Raleigh said saidProbably sa1dProbably saIdProbably
Probably there Is not a greater at attraction attraction attraction
traction to tourists than are ar the per perfumed perfumed pertimed ¬
fumed orange groves that beautify thous thousands thousands thousandq ¬
ands of acres in the foothill sections ad adacent adjacent adjacent
jacent acent to the Sierra Madras The enor enormous enormous enormous ¬
mous crop of the rich golden fruit gives givesan givesan givesan
an added charm to the handsome trees treesand treesand treesand
and naturally leads the visitors to an anInvestigation aninvestigation anInvestigation
Investigation of the manner In which it itIs itIs ItIs
Is carried out A visit to the great pack packing packIng pecklag ¬
ing houses of Redlands Riverside and andHighland and andIghlan andUlghiand
Highland Ighlan all worldfamous districts de devoted de devoted dovoted ¬
voted to the culture of citrus fruits is isabout i8about isabout
about the best way of getting a a correct correctidea correctIdea correctidea
idea of the prodigious industry industryAs ndUtryAs iiidUStI7As
As the oranges begin to ripen rIpen ripe the thepicking thepicking thepicking
picking Is controlled by the market price priceIf priceIt priceIf
If tho market is strong each grower growerpicks growerpIcks growerpicks
picks the portion of his hi fruit that Is Issufficiently Is5utndentlYcoloreda Issufficiently
sufficiently 5utndentlYcoloreda colored celoreda a method that fa faquite 13quite isquite
quite an expensive one as some cr iardfl iardflare > SUds ardBare SUdsare
are known to undergo five pickings In a aseason aseason aseason
season seasonWith seasonWIth seasonWith
With a heavy crop and picking pickingclean pickingclean picidagclean
clean as they go some men will work for forthe torthe forthe
the small amount of 2 2 cents per box boxand box boxand boxand
and if veterans at the work w rk they gen generally generally genorally ¬
erally earn earn 210 280 to 100 100 00 e day Three to tofour tofour tofour
four cents per box is the average price pricepaid pricepaid pricepaid
paid most pickers making from 175 275 to
25 225 a day In the orchard nine hours hoursconstitutes hourscon2Itltut8s hoursconstitutes
constitutes a days work Each man must masthave musthave musthave
have a picking sack a ladder ad er and a pair pairof paIror pairof
of clippers or picking shears After Afterclipping Atterclipping Afterclipping
clipping the orange off close to the stem stemit stemIt stemIt
it is dropped Into the sack which when whenfull whenfutl whenfull
full holds half hi f a box By pulling a string stringthe stringthe strIngthe
the bottom of the sack Is Bed OJ and the thecontents thecontents thecontents
contents emptied into a waiting field box boxTo boxTo boxTo
To avoid vold any an r dispute as to who picked pickedcertain pIckedcertain pickedcertain
certain boxes each picker Is assigned a aspecial aspoolal aspecial
special row of trees When his row is isfinished isfinIshed isfinished
finished the foreman orem n credits him with the thenumber thenumber thenwnber
number of boxes filled In the th row It is isa isa Isa
a great industry and Is one of the chief chiefsources cbtefsources chiefsources
sources of wealth of California CaliforniaB
B S S Walls of
Boston speaking of su superstition mIperstitlon muperdition ¬
perdition among business men and the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general public said yesterday that one oneform oneform oneform
form of misplaced confidence is tile treas treasuring treasuring treesUring ¬
uring of mementos of travel given to tosuperstitious toSUPE tosuperstitious
superstitious SUPE > rsUtlous recipients A friend who whovisited whoslted whovisIted
visited slted Plymouth last summer said Mr MrWells MrWells MrWells
Wells who Is at the Shorebam receivedlogr8m received receiveda
a a telegram logr8m from a descendant of the orig original origInal original ¬
inal colonists demanding a a piece of Plym Plymouth Plymouth A Aouth
outh RookAs RookAs Rook ReekAs
As everybody knows who has been to tothe tothe tothe
the bleak village on Massachusetts Bay Baythe B8Ythe Baythe
the Rock Ro < k Is protested from such van vandalism vand vandalism ¬
dalism d llsm as my acquaintance would ould have haveencouraged haveencouraged haveencouraged
encouraged by a heavy iron fence But Butin ButIn ButIn
in the shops of the village 1IJaa plenty oj the thesame thesame thesame
same kind of steel gray granite as that thatcomposing thatcomp thatcomposing
composing comp Slng the famous palladium pf ladlum of re religious re religious religlous ¬
ligious liberty can c n be purchased at rea reasonable reasonable ronsonable ¬
sonable prices One of these tbS bits neatly neatlypacked neatlypacked neatlypacked
packed in cotton went West by the next nextmall nextman nextmail
mall and is treasured highly highlyPieces hl highlyPieces hly hlyPieces
Pieces of stone from the th Wailing WailingPlace WalJ1ngPlace WallingPlace
Place in Jerusalem are procurable in inevery Inevery Inevery
every curio shop in Palestine as for forvials torvio1s forvials
vials of water from the Jordan Phlla Phlladalphlans PhUadelphlans Philadelphians
dalphlans who drink the muddiest water waterimaginable waterImaginable waterimaginable
imaginable could supply Jordan water waterwithout waterwithout waterwithout
without the trouble or expense of a atrip ntrip atrip
trip to the Holy Land The SohuylkiU SohuylklUand SohuylkiUand SohuylkiUand
and the Jordan are of the same color colorand colorand colorand
and consistency the Missouri River is iseven Iseven Iseven
even a nearer approach to the flood of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sacred river riverCharacteristics r1erChnrncterJstfclt riverCharacteristics
Characteristics of the Duck DuckFrem DuckFrm DuckFrom
From Spars Monwsrta MonwsrtaA MornrtA cments cmentsschoolboy
A schoolboy assigned to prepare an anessay an6as anessay
essay 6as y on ducks submitted tho following followingThe folIo fofloringThe rIng rIngThe
The duck is a low heavyset bird birdcomposed bird birdcomposed birdcomposed
composed mostly of moat and feather featherHe featherHe featherHe
He is a mighty poor singer having a ahoarse ahoarse ahoarse
hoarse voice caused by getting so many manyfrogs manyfrogs manyfrogs
frogs in his neck He likes the water and andcarries andcarries andcarries
carries a toy balloon in his stomach to toIteep tokeep
keep from sinking The duck has only onlytwo onlytwo
two legs and they are Jet et t so far back backon backOlt
on his running gears by nature that they theycome theycome
come pretty near missing his body Some Someducks Som Somducks Someducks
ducks when they get big have ve curls on onthair ontheir ontheir
their tails and an are called c lIed drakes Drakes Drakesdont Drakesdont Drakesdont
dont have to set or hatch but just loaf loafand loafand
and go swimming and eat everything overyU ng In Insight insight Insight
sight If I was to be a duck I would wouldrather wouldrather
rather be a drake drsk drskTb drakePhi <
The Tb Red Terror TerrorProtnPnck TerrorFrenn
ProtnPnck ProtnPnckSnlrrThe Fran Peek PackSniffThe
Sniff SnlrrThe The barbarlain of i it makes my myblood myblood myblood
blood boll Just ust look at this picture of a QstrIke astrIke f fstrike
strike riot riotShnnkHa riotShankHa
Shank ShnnkHa Ha ha hat Tint Thats tbe comic sup sup supPlGment supplomont
plement youre ouro looking at Those lhos boys bOY bOYare j jare M
are simply putting their grandmother grandmothertho in f fthe
tho cistern

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