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4 A i I I THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY APRIL 25 1910
THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDFCDLICATIOS
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SPECIAL AGENCY Bramwick BuiWlflff BuiWlflffChicago BuUl11D BuUl11DChICl BulhlthgCbtco
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MONDAY MON MO9AY AY APRIL 2S IflO IflOWashington 1110Washington
Washington and Its Problems ProblemsWashington ProblemsWashinton ProblemsWashinCton
Washington will always Iway be primarily primarilywhat prlmarllhat
what hat It is I today the favorite residential residentialcity resfdentlalcity
city of the th land Pooplo of moans and andculture andcuJture
culture will olect to reside hero because becauseof bocausoof
of the parunouet advantages ad1intA Ol the Capital Capitaloffers CapitalotrersIu
offers otrersIu Its cleanliness cle nUn and orderliness ordorJln Its Itsrefinement ItsreftRemeht
refinement its freedom from local poll polltics pollUcs
tics and turmoil its wholesome environ environments o lron lronmenu
menu and attractiveness generally Heal Healdcnce Raldtnco
dcnce In Washington Wuhln on is an education in inItself InItielC
Itself The city ett is yearly carJ becoming b more moreand moreand
and moro the th center of learning Joarnln and In Intime Intime
time will be the really great Mt educational educationalcenter eclucatlonalcanter
center as it will become a musical and art artcenter artcenter artcenter
center and nd perhaps also the financial tlnuclalcenter financialcenter financialcenter
center of the country countryThat countryTh1t
That It will mal always be be of course oour the theFederal theFedcral
Federal City Ctt In which the governments governmentsgrowing sovornmentsgrowlnl
growing business bUlln will moan constant constantgrowth conatantgrowth constantgrowth
growth and expansion of the city every overybody everybody werybody
body understands President Tafts TAtt im imagination ImaltfnUoll Imegination ¬
agination was none too lively when ben in a arecent are
recent re < ent speech he h said that in thirty thirtyyears thirtears
years ears all the available land in tho thopresent thoprescnt
present area of tho District of Columbia Columbiawould Columbiawould Coumbiawould
would be utilized That prediction con contemplates contemplatea
templates a population of a million souls soulsat 8OU1sat
at least leastWeighty leutWeighty
Weighty problems Innumerable will Ill be beinvolved beInvohfOO beinvolved
involved in tho Capitals wonderful dave davelopment development
opment A trebling trobllnSot of its Inhabitants Inhablt nw Is Issomething Iasomething
something to consider and consider see seeoucly erl erlously 1 1oUlly
ously ouslyThe oUllyThe
The situation today requires a large largeview c cview
view If Washington R tnljton fe not tho best gov governed bO bOerned governed
erned municipality it is ono of the thebest theb
best b st as the President said But it should shouldbe sbculdbe
be the very best Even then It would bo bono bono
no more than its status as a city calls callsfor callitor caNZor
for Things are possible here her that are arepossible arepossible
possible in no other American city Tho Thoincentive ThoIncenUve Th
ThI
incentive toward good government Is Isstronger I Istronger I
stronger the freedom from fromgraft graft In the theabsence u uablence
absence of local politics is only natural naturalWisdom naturalWlldom
Wisdom Is I revealed in the socalled socalledJudson aoca1ledJudson
Judson plan planto to meet the Capital financial financialneeds ftnanclalneeds I
needs for the coming comlngdecade decade and provide providefor providetor I
for the great permanent improvements improvementsunder Improvementunder
under way or definitely decided upon uponThis uponThis uponThis
This plan may be subject to criticism in inminor inminor
minor details but the broad principle It Itembraces Itombracetil ii iiembraces
embraces is sound and It deserves the theearly thocarlY I
early attention of Congress CongressThe CongrsThe CongressThe
The question of rapid transit is 1 one onethat onethat on onthat
that will press for solution as the city citycontinues cityconUnuM cit r rcontinues
continues to grow The street railway railwaysystem ranv6Ystom raliwa P Psystem
system of today to y admirable aa it is Is will willbe m mqulto 1 1ho
be quite inadequate to meet the demands demandsa a aa
a few te years hence Even now no thero is In Inevitable Inevltablo inovitablo ¬
evitable congestion oatJon during the home homegoing homebolng
going hours and as tho city build bulJa miles milesout mUeout 4 4out
out time and distance will be increasing increasingly Increaa1n Increaa1nJ ¬
ly J large and Important problems problemsImproved problemsImproved problemsImproved
Improved sanitary conditions better betterhousing betterhousing C Cbousing
housing of the poor encouragement nt to tolight tolight t tlight
light industries that would give employ employment emplomant employmont ¬
mont to skilled and unskilled labor with without without without ¬
out making Washington in any an sense sons a amanufacturing 8manul1clurlng i imanufacturing
manufacturing city clt or imperiling Its Itsbeauty Ibibrautythe i I Ibeautythese
beauty brautythe these and other problems already alreadyarc alreadyaro airead aireadare
arc pressing upon this Federal munici municipality munlclpaUty municipallty ¬
pality and calling for tho best b st thought thoughtand tboUithtnnd t tand
and action of the city builders buildersIt
It Is not a 0 time for false
economy on onthe onthe oi S Sthe
the part of Congress or tho District au authorities aUthoritles authoritles ¬
thoritles Tho CapItaVg future requires requiresand requlrand I Iand
and will continue oontinu to require a liberal liberalwelldefined lIboralwolldefined I Iwelldefined
welldefined progressive policy In keep ¬
ing with tho Capitals greatness today todayand toda todaand tod V Vand
and mindful of Its greatness to come comeThe comoThe comeThe
The Woman Who WinsWe Wins WinsWe WinsWe
We glory In the spunk of the Kansas KansasCity I anAs 5 5City I
City woman who Is pursuing with Uh an ac action acUon action ¬
tion for fraud a fruit dealer of 6c that city citywho citywhg cit y ywho y
whg who sold her a quart of atrawberrlesr atrawberrlesrin ia iain s
in a box that could in no conceivable cir circumstances circumstances cii ciicumatances ¬
cumstances bo made
to contain more morethan morethan moi 0 0than
than one and onefourth pints pintsThousands pIntsThoU82ndsnn pintsThousandsnay
Thousands ThoU82ndsnn Thousandsnay nay millions mllllonsot of freeborn freebornAmericans froobornmericans 11 11Americans a
Americans suffer themselves to bo swin swindled swIndled 1 1died t ¬
dled in this regard year after year and andall ai id idall M
all because they the lack tho nerve and de determination do dotermination di 3 3termination ¬
termination of this Kansas City woman womanIt WomanIt I IIt
It may ritay be b the increased cost or living livingalono JlvJngo1ono livft I Ialone
alone that finally drove her to rebellion rebellionBut robeJUonBut a aBut
But that does not
matter particularly so sofar sotar i ifar o
far as the merits of her present status Is Isconcerned Isconcerned I IconcerDed
concerned She Shols is I everlastingly ovorla tUblY and eter eternally oternally ote r rnally ¬
nally right rightAnd rightAnd rightAnd
And after all why should she sh not havo havoher hayoher hai 0 eher
her quart of strawberries if she pays for forthem forthem f r Cthem
them There can bo no question of her herright l1erright hi an anright r
right and title to them And anyway an way it itIs ItIs ItIs
Is the woman who demands her ho full fullpennys fullpennys ft dl dlpennys 11
pennys worth that gets It It Who gets the thespecked tbespecked ti 10 e especked
specked tomatoes tomato os and the wilted lettuce lettuceThe lettuceThe e eThe
The woman who stands back altogether altogethertrustingly altogothertrustingly altogoth or ortrustingly r
trustingly and hopes through her exces excessive exccssho a asire ¬
sire modesty to get the best of the dis display display di 5 5play ¬
play Tho woman who wlip asks gets The Thewoman Tbewoman TI 18 9 9woman
woman who phonos In her message and andnever andnevor ai d dnever
never complains complainsshe she gets too but what whatshe whatshe wh at atshe lt
she gets Is t what hat the others will not have haveTho baeTho bac e eThe B
Tho Kansas City heroine herein con concorned concorned co n ncorned
corned is on the right track unquestion unquestionably unQuesUonably a aably i ¬
ably She is seeking to adjust a wrong wrongthat Wrongthat wroi lg lgthat
that is of long standing and especially especiallyobnoxious e especial p60lally p60lallyobnoxIous ly lyobnoxious y
obnoxious Strawberries como but once a ayear aear ayear
year ear and they are ar flitting pleasures plo Suros then thenSuch thenSuch the a aSuch u
Such as wo contract for wo are re entitled entitledto ontitl ad adto a
to enjoy There Is no Justice in In depriving deprivingus deprlvii ig igus
us of our moneys worth If t all the thehousewives thehousewIves t he heLa o
housewives of this th1 land were from Mis Mist Ml La ¬
t
souri so ur It would be a great deal better bettertor
I
for fo r us strawberrywlse at least leastLieutenant
lieutenant General Sickles SicklesTho
The House of Representatives which Is Issometimes Issometimes ismetimes
sometimes so metimes swayed In an unaccountable unaccountableway unaccountnbloway
way w ay by b pure pur sentiment appears to havo havo1alntnlncd
npaintalned i aintaIned its sense of the fitness of ofthings otthings
ith
things th ings when It It refused to approvo the bill billreported bl1lreported
reported re ported from rom the House Military Com Commlttoe
mittoe m ittee authorizing tho President to ap appoint appoint fluint ¬
P point po int MaJ Gen Daniel E Sickles SIQkl U S A Aretired Aretlrod
retired re tired to t bo a lieutenant gonoral on onthe
the th thre e retired list While that committee committeerecommended comntlttoorecommen
recommended recommen re ed tho passage of the bill billthero b1llthoro billere
t thero th ere was a minority report rOJ Qrt > submitted submittedsigned submittedslgnod submittedgned
8 signed si gned by tho chairman of the th committee committeetwo commlttootwo
two tw o other Republican and two Democratic Democraticmembers Domocratlcmembers
members m embers so that tho committee ap approval approol aproval
proval p roval was by an exceedingly narrow narrowmargin narrowmargin narrowargin
pm
margin m argin and n did not Include tho names of ofsuch
I such su ch influential members as Messrs Hull HullStevens lIullI
I S Stevens tevens Price Hay Ha and Slayden don Much Muchwas
v was w as made in the committee report and andin andIn andthe
J in tho debate by the advocates of the bill billof blllot
of ° f the fact that Gen Sickles had a gal gallant gallant
It lant la nt record reoor and that ho lost a leg in the thocivil tho thocivil
c civil cl vii war This was no more than several severalthousand severalthousand
IJ thousand th ousand men havo to their credit and andwho andwho andho
V who w ho have been satisfied or had to bo bosatisfied boSfltUl beatisfied
satisfied SfltUl s ed with a pension of 10 fO or less a amonth
month monthGen monthOen m onth onthGen
Gen Sickles has 11 been a distinguished distinguishedcitizen dlUnsulllbedcitizen
citizen et etti tIen and has h occupied lucrative post positions
ttons ti ons In tho government service at home homeand homeaDd
and a nd abroad and while holding such posi positions
ati
tiona ti ons including that tha thaLof of a member of tho thoHouo
tiH
IIouso H ouse of Representatives Ropro ntattvH he drew full tullpay
pay p ay attaching to the civil or legislative legislativeoffices I legislativetllces latfve latfveomces
offices o as well ag 0 tho full pay 10 of a major majorgeneral majorgeneral
general g eneral on tho retired list of the army armyIn
In I n the views 1aw > of the minority mlnorlt members of ofthe oCthe
the th e Military Committee It wa W811 set forth forthtjiat 1ortht forthat
tjiat t t at the government had given Gen GenSickles GnnSickles Gonicklee
Sickles S In the way of army pay nearly nearlyquarter
a quarter of a million dollars Ho does do 6 6not
not n ot need tho increase of J2OQOa year iULr iULrwhich
which w hich would como to him by being a a lieu lieutenant lieutenant
tenant t general on the retired Mst and he hodoes hedoa heose
does d ose not need the title as iut atddttlona1 atddttlona1onor iTdditional iTdditionalhonor ttdlUonalhonor
honor h onor to tho distinction he already en enJoys onjon
Joys j oys It did not moreover add to Gen 0 0SIckllll
Sickles ckiei fame to appear in Washington on onthe onthe
the day when the bill was before the theHouse theHou theouse
House Hou H ouse nor did it contribute to tho dignity dignityof dIntyf
of o f his position po Uon when wb he appeared as an anapplicant anppllcant
applicant a for this tbt unusual favor favorThere ravorThere
There b s no doubt that the project is isbad Isbad isbed
bad legislation lo Uoza uncalled for by b any of oftho ortho ofhe
tho t he exigencies of the th case caa as was w stated atataclIn
In i n the views of the minority It is more moreover mar maronr
over e ver gratifying to note the disposition of ofCongreae ofConrreM ofongress
Congreae C ongress to stop this u advancement of ofarmy otann ofarmy
army ann and navy officers on the reared list listespecially HetJ listspecially
especially e J Jly those e who have bav high rank and andshould andshould
should s not require the extra emolument emolumentIt
It I t Is I simply slmpl adding addln to the coat of military militarymaintenance mtUtarvmaiDtenaace militarymaintenance
maintenance in a way ay which is extrava extravagant extravagaat ¬
gant g ant It savors of rampant favoritism faorlUamoC
of o f which there has h been altogether too toomuch toomuch
much It is time Urn there was a a check and andIt andIt andt
It i t has ha been given now In a conspicuous conspicuouscase
case c ase calculated to attract attention to the themistaken tbemIBtaken
mistaken legislation which bleh has ba been en enacted enaoted enoted ¬
acted n and tho unwise unI and nd unnecessary unnecessarylegislation unnecessarleglelatlon unnecessaryegislation
legislation l of the same character which w11101I
Is I s pending M pendingSo lng lngSo
So far as Gen Sickles SIcId hi concerned he heshould helIbould hehould
should s be content with the honors OO OlS which whichunquestionably whichunqu8l whichnquestionably
unquestionably unqu8l u fonWY are ar his They are not to tobo tGbo t I Ie
bo b e increased by changing c ng1Ag Ms retired rank rankfrom rauktrom rashrom
from f rom major majot general genera oaeral to lieutenant gen general
i eral e ra he does not need the money and he heis heis hie
is L e not entitled to either the Increased In Income Income ¬
come c from he he government or the more moreexalted more8Xalted mon monxalted I
exalted e title tub by any consideration of the theservices theHric I Iervices
services Hric s ho ha has rendered in the past when whenthere wh whUlen L Lthere
there is an unprejudiced comparison n of ofhis ofhis olis
his h is military and civil record with ith that of ofmen otmen ol olmen
men who have 11 been on less fortunate or orless or181M oi oiess
less l ess favored favoredInterest favoredInterest favoredInterest
Interest in in the Game GameThere GameThere
There Is no one single factor actor that makes makesbaseball makesbaebaU mate
baseball the truly national game gam It Is Isa IIpitting h I
a pitting of brawn against brawn and andbrain an Ul4braJn I Ibrain
brain against brain It is I a question of ofthe orthe o ohe
the t he quick thinker think against aJnat the sloW think thinker thInker thinker ¬
er the man of trained eye and trained trainedhand 1lalncdband I Ihand
hand along with unusual speed Tbo Tbomultifarious TbmulUtarloN Tis TismulUfarious
multifarious abilities and qualifications qualificationsnecessary quallficatioMnocOHOry quallficatioanecessary
necessary for an allaround player make makeeach makeeach makieach
each Individual of prominence the center centerof conteroC r rof
of unusual unu ual interest t The kaleidoscopic kaleidoscopicchanges kalek105C0plcchanges C Cchanges
changes in position and 00 action on the thediamond thediamond tb S Sdiamond
diamond keep the spectator ever alert aJert and andevery aooOor ars arsevery
every Oor man among the thousands in the thegrand tb tbgrand S Sgrand
grand stand and bleachers has tho same sameopportunity sameopportunity sam B Bopportunity
opportunity for analysis as has overy overyother overyother over ii iiother
other Points of vantage do not count countand countand count countand
and Iho ho urchin Is as much entitled to toshout toshout t tshout
shout Rotten as is the manager cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam or coach coaohCertain coachCortaln coachCertain
Certain figures stand out preeminently preeminentlyIn peeeminent V Vj
In j tho baseball world When the Detroit Detroitteam DetroIttoam t tteam
team plays pl s out at the Nationals atlonl park parkHughoy perkHughoy pnr pnrHughey
Hughoy Jennings grasspicking stunj 8tU stnntI is istho blthe 5 5the
the only onl thing which detracts from Ty TyCobb TvCobb T y yCobb
Cobb Cobb Is a marvel His sangfroid sangfroidpoise songfroldpoise a apoise
poise as he walks up to the th plate swing swingIng twinging swinelug
Ing three bats is a picture in itself His Hislining rolU HI 1 1lining
lining U lng them out and his base running are areBpoctac ar 0 0spectacular
spectacular Bpoctac lar while his scooping up of tho tbolow th 0 0low
low sharp flies stirs tho heart of the themost Ui La Lamost
I Imost
most loyal 10j d rooter for the opposing team I Isuch i iIt
It Is such mon who sot a standard and andthey andtho an d dthey
they tho arc the men who make baseball tho thogame Ui 0 0game
game or absorbing interest that it U IaFortunatoly IsFortunately
Fortunately for tho game each aoh league leagueoach a aeach
each club and each town has its hero heroTho heroTho lion I IThe
Tho National League adherents adhor nts aro over overwilling ovorwillIng ov r rwilling
willing to argue tho question of superior suporlorIty superiorIty superb N Nity
Ity between Cobb and Wagner Chicago Chicagoknows Chicagoknows o oknows
knows there is no player equal to Kling Klingwhile Klingwhile KBn g gwhile
while Chanco is the best first baseman bucmnnand C Cand
and Bvors and Tinker tho best second secondbaseman secondblUJeman secor I Ibaseman
baseman and shortstop respectively Mlko MlkoDonlln lUkoDonlin Mil re reDonlin
Donlln Donlin who with his wife wife Mabel Hlte Hltehas Hltchas Hit e ehas
has been be n in vaudeville for tho last two twolOllIs tsi TO TOroars
roars oars is coming back into tho game and nndNew an id idYork
New York fans will give Mike a mighty mightywolcome mighi y ywelcome
welcome Lajolo Is Clevelands spectac spectacular spoctacular C Cular
ular player Eddlo Collins fame extends e oxten tonas tonastar Is Isfar
far beyond jtho limits of tho City of otBrothorly f fBrotherly
Brotherly Love and he bias bl s fair some someday someday son ie ieday
day to carry off high honors Charley CharloyStroet Chanh y yStreet
Street and Walter Johnson and Kid KidElberfeld KidElbertcld I IHiberfeld
Elberfeld aro too wellknown to need needmention needmentIon nei d dmention
mention mention But take thorn out of the thoWashington ti iG iGWashington
Washington team and tho crowd at Na National N a ational
tional Park would bo greatly reduced reducedAU reducedAU
AU tho world loves a lover but butall all the thebasobaJ1 ti o obaseball
baseball fans lovo a man who ho can aid in inwinning InwinnIng inwinning
winning the games and it is tnls tl fs that thatmakes th at atmakes
makes tho gamo popular popularMr
Mr Hearsts Indorsement of Mr Taft Ta ft ftfl
will 111 not be sufficient to crowd the Hon HonM Ho HoMy fl
My M r Dear Mr A A over among the Hoose Hoosevolt Roosoyelt Boos o ovolt
volt rooters however howevera
A Pennsylvania woman burned her hus husbands hu is isbands
bands wooden leg to keep him home at atnight atnight atnight
night and away from strong drink the t he
i m man an complained tot tottho the courts but the thecharge thechar thearge
c char ch charge arge e against the woman oman was 1lS dismissed dismissedNow dsmlssodNow dsmiseedow
I cI N Now > ow the man Is hopping mad m d of course courseIsnt courseIsnt coursent
1 Isnt nt that Just like a man gentle ontlo read reader rendorossos readosses ¬
Ql orossos orossosMr esses essesMr ossesMr
Mr Longworth Is reported to be the themost themost theost
m most ost accomplished musician in Congress Congresssays ConSTessoys Congressya
says so oys ya the Kansas City CltyStar Star The present presentvariety presentvarloty presentnioty
v variety va nioty of Republican harmony must mustgrate mustgratol1Drskly mustate
grate gratol1Drskly gr ate harshly on the Longworth ear If Ifthat ICthat Ifat
tl that th at bs b true trueGov truoOov I ICoy
Coy Joseph M Brown is a poet says saystho saystho saysMttcon
ll tho th Macon News Notwithstanding that thatand tllatand thatd
and an d his mirth pole promulgations we weshall wesball weall
shall sh all continue to think t lnk mighty well of ofLittle otLlttlo ofLittle
Little Joo nevertheless neverthelessMiss novcrtbelouMiss neverthelessMiss
Miss Democracy D mocracy has boon a wall flower flowerso flowerlong
so long it is to be hoped this sudden pop popularity popululty popanity ¬
ularity ul anity will not turn her head headA headA headA
A St Louis aldorman complains bitter bitterly bitterly bitterthat ¬
ly that somebody somobod tried to bribe him with withJ50 withJ witho
J50 5 J o Evidently they are not no all as cheap cheapas
a as the Plttaburg Plttsbttt variety varietyIt
It II said that through a a clerical error errorIn errorIn
In the cream schedule in the tl present tariff tarlftlaw
law la w ice cream may bo cheaper this sum li1umI sumoe
I mar m oe Perhaps this will 111 cool down the thesuffragettes tbesuttragettM theffragettes
suffragettes su ffragettes a trifle trifleLikely trineI
I
I Likely as not not wo shall hall have some Hmebeautiful someeautiful
b beautiful April weather NthII In May la however howeverParis bow8eri howeverParis
i
Paris evidences evtdtnc surprise IUrp that Mr Roose Roosevelt RooaeeJt ¬
1
velt r ift reached out of his car window wlndo and andUCteO andfteil
J
lifted li fteil Baron Takahira Ta from the th ground groundWhat aroul1dWht groundhat
What W hat did Paris expect That the colonel colonelwould coJonelwould
v would w ould Jump out the t window Indow and hand handtho hande
t tho th e baron a couple of oC swift punches in intho Intho ine
t tho th e Jaw JawKing jawKIng jewKing
King Menollk has been succeeded by a amere amere aere
r mere m ere youth OaUt of fourteen However it does doeshot do donot doesot
hot n ot matter particularly Meneilfc M ealik is sere sereto MIreto soreo
to t o come to life again next weak weekThe weakTho weakThe
The political outlook has not yet be become become beome ¬
c come c ome sufficiently squally in Massachu Massachusetts u usotts ¬
a setts eUs to arouse aro serious apprehension ap1Jleh lUdon in inSenator inSenator Inenator
zS
S Senator S Lodge as to the th state of Ma Mahealth Itahealth
idaI
health h ealth with reference to further service servicein MniQeIn servicen I
in I n the Senate SenateIs SeDateI SenateIi
Is I Democracy a a failure 1 Inquires taqulr the theAugusta tMAu
Augusta Au A ugusta a Chronicle We think not al although 1 1Utouch ¬
t though th ough it may occasionally have htI sailed sailedvery DIIedvery sailedery I
very v > ery close to the doors of bankruptcy y for fora fora foefact
va
a < fact factSo factSo factSo
So far however nobody baa ventured venturedto tvrlld tvrlldto I
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to t o suggest that Mr r Aldrich place in inthe Iathe ishe I
the t he Senate is going go to be easy e esa to AH AHOn auOn fillOn
On the th other < hand convicts who seek seekto Hekto
t to t o follow the lead of that recently r par pardoned pardoned parosed ¬
doned d da < osed poet may ma merely merel succeed In losing losingall 1 losin losinll
all a < ll they have gained for good HJIa behavior behaviorSenator behaviorSenator or orgeutor
Senator Jeff Jeff Davis to bt for Harmon HarmonThe HumoaThe HarmonThe
The Impression prevails however that thatthe tbtthe thaihe
the t he Harmon boom will be able easily to toweather toweatb8t1bat te a aeather
weather weatb8t1bat w eather that gate gateUacte pieUDCIe galeUncle
Uncle Sam keeps k on las iesaing Ming osok osokbooks Okbooks eiobooks
1 books b ooks That is all right ac far aa it itgoes ItON Ii I
l goes g ON of course courH but butStanding butt buttStanding
Standing from under bWa fair to be become be beI beome ¬
I come c ome a omwhat popular Congressional Congressionalpastime Concraoaa1paaUme 1 1astime
pastime p astime apparently apparentlyThe apparenUThe apperentlyThe
The colonels incognito Is so easily easilyseen aUyMft esaI1 r reals
i seen s Mft through that It is 1 considered a good goo4joke pMjoke I Ioke
sj
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I man an you know says the Norfolk NorfolkVirginianPilot NorfolkYSrgjDlanPIIot C CVirginianPilot
VirginianPilot ThJ TJd Th win not prevent preventsome prent1Om8 presn t tpeople
some people from trytnc tI It tn vertkeieas vertkeieasaad Jt Jtand I Ind
and e nd notwithstanding notwithstandingAntomobUes notwWl8tudtaAutDmobU notwithstandingkutomoblles
AntomobUes are to be no cheaper cheaperreads ciaporrl8d8 cheapereads
reads r an item Where Is the poor JAM mteguidoti JAMguided misguided
guided consumer who imagined they theymight tJHymtabt tbe tbendjht
might be beA 1MA beA
A contemporary avers that Mark Twain Twainhad TwaJnb Twalibad
had passed his sixscore years YerIlM and ten tenMark telLJllark tinMark
Mark would have considered that a apretty apratty i I Ipretty
pretty fair lr sort of Joke we imagine imagineLord l imagineLord nf1 nf1Lord
Lord Kitchener says s New York has hasthe baathe ha 5 5he
the t he prettiest gins rIs bx h ever saw notes notestho not nottho a ai
tho t i Springfield Sprin8 eId Union Too To bad that his hislordship htalordtp hi I Iordship
lordship l la such a a confirmed woman womanhater womanIIter a ahater
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ner U boillit uty smoothed earths e ths furrowed f facet faecJShe faoolShe facetShe
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And candid M tbe ddc ddcSiM MIa MIaSW aMes aMesSit
SiM Sit took the hocus 00ni with her hand handAad lun4ADd handAnd
ADd tho lore wiUv wi SSttttb5e her tweet Jt eyte eyteHis cr11UI ss ssThe
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To him that t ktrvd the react roralShe IOEOISM reactShe
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Then treat eDt her saoahioe way wayThe war warTH warThe
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ADd the learoe fell from the dar dajiShe dtrShe darShe
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Aid partiBca yet et to be beShe be beSbe beShe
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Was W ad that she WIll clad cladAt gladAt led ledAt
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The sweotiMM eew in the ad aadStill adSUIl esdStill
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And take the berries with her band bandAnd h3ndAnd handAudthslocowlthberlonelyeyes
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Frandj Tij Ton oaraoa
A LITTLE NONSENSE NONSENSDISAPPOIXTING
DISAPPOINTING DISAPPOIXTINGThe
The terrifying comet cometTho cometTho
Tho selfsame ono they say sayThat sayhllt
That hllt used to scare Mahomet MahometIs
Is now upon Its way wayThe wayThe
The anclonts did abhor It ItIt ItIt
It was a dread affair nttalrAnd
And I am looking for It ItTo ItTo
To get a little scare 8cnr 8cnrs
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Yon plnhoad In the sky skyThere SkyThere
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Was overadvertised ooraderUloJler
Her Dearest Pets PctaI
1 I havo a heartrending scene In my mynew mynew
new n ew drama or orHow
How now nowThe
The heroine Is In such xeduood cir circumstances clrcumltanco ¬
c cumstances that she has to cook the thecanary tbecanar
c canary canar canarSn
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But the worst Is yet et to come She Shehas Shoaaa
V has h as to bulkl the fire with the rubber rubberplant rubbernlant
1 plant p lant <
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Tho duke sails for America tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
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j nroval p rov with bill of lading attach attachAn attacked aUachldAll
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I would not live alway alwayWithin
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About tha th first of May MayIll lay1n
Ill move mooloulblr
Possibly a Fixture FixtureShe FJxturaSho
She declares she Is going to eataWivh tlt1Ihpermanent
a a permanent residence In Reno RenoAw Ronow
Aw w shes only hero to get a dlvoroe div rlQ rlQBut
But shell want lIt other divorces wont wontshe wontaher wontlier
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Our Plain Citizen CitizenNo
No o grand opera has ever ver been based basedopoo batedupoo I
opoo a pes an American lertcan theme The composers composersare comPIMOIare
are a re handicapped handicappedA
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We have no peasantry to bring 1 In Ina aa aaa
a chorus chorusWhats CborULWhat
Whats What tho matter with a chorus of ofcolonels oteoIoDelar
colonels c
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The KlnKlve Doctor DoctorThoy DoctorThe
They The Had no trace trae of Dr Cook at the thetop t e etop
top t op of Mount oaot McKinley McKlnieyTil McKinleyT11
Ill head an oxpeditlan to ascertain it Ifha itbe
ha was over vsr w really at the Waldorf WaldorfEVERYBODY wlcIorrEVERYBODY
EVERYBODY LIKES STUBBS STTJBBSGovernor STUBBSGocrnor
Governor of Knii lnnSOA inn Has nn Irrealst Irrealstllily Irrc lst lstIhl
llily Ihl Convincing Wa Way n with Hh Him HimWatt 111mWatt himWatt
Watt Mason in to UaSlDee Cblokgo Now NowSince Nesa
Since being beift elected governor Mr Stubbe Stubbemas Stubberuu Stubbauns
mas r uns down from Topeka to Smporia Smporiaevery EmporSevery
every once in a a while hlle When ho is all aUrun
run r un down by the corking cares of office officeand oateeaa4
and exhausted by b his responsibilities h hhastens he hebUleu I
hastens to Emporia mponIa and rides around be behind bebJn4 behind
hind Old Bill Whites VbJte baggy bu horse hOrMThen
Then he returns to his work a a giant ro rofreabed r r rrre
freabed rre bfd As a rule that horso tre tr trints ta any p pbody
body Of lower degrees than United States StatesSenator
Senator with 1th considerable hauteur but buthe
he takes a a friendly tried Interest in GOT
Stubbe StubbaK1I8U
Kansas baa a lot of citizens who make makea
a profession of hating scubbo They have haveopened M M01MHCl I
opened o offices for that purpose ADd they the theJUt
put in long lon hours After th the busy day ia iaover Iaover Ii Iiover I
over they go to their homes and sit up uplate VIlate u
late at night D ht hating < Stvbbs St and many manypeople manyPeOPle
people Wonder how they tbe do it It They Theysurely TheyJftIctly TheyCSIT
surely CSIT never ne met him or they would quit quitand quitaDd quitand
and engage in some useful occupation occupationTbe occupationTIM oorupationThe
TIM last time Stubbe came down from fromTopeka tromTopeka fretsTopeka
Topeka to pay his respects re to that horse horseOld horeeOld I IOld
Old Bill White led him around and intro introduced lDtroduced Introtiuced ¬
duced him to everybody Stubbs knows knowssomething knowsIIOmethiAC I
something about everybody and every everythtas
thing He went into the bank and < book snookhands bookhaDf1 C Chatids
hands with tbe money changers cbaaS and his histalk hll1k a atalk
talk for nve five minutes indicated that he hehad beha4 ha I
had been a banker all 11 his lift and be belonged beJonced beto ¬
longed to a family of bankers Then he hechased h hcba80d hi I Ichased
chased around to Dave Da Potters Potter livery liverybarn nverbarn l1ver C Cbarn
barn and made it plain that horses are arethe arethe art artthe
the only things fit to engage en gag a grown grownmans 1I0wnman grow growmaWs
mans man attention After he left Dave Pot Potter Potter Potter ¬
ter Mid I never knew kne before that the thegovernor thegoernor the S Sgovernor
governor had been in the livery busjqeea busjqeeaFarther buat buahees buaheesFarther 8M 8MParther
Farther down the street the governor governormet gOV8Ioormet r rmet
j met a halfbaked poet who has been pos postering plltMlng peetarIng ¬
> tering Kansas editors with his verses 8IMa for COtoveral 0 r
ra
several years earB and the executive at once oncerepeated oncerepeated macirepeated a
repeated from memory a couple of stanzas stanzasfrom stanzastrom S Sfront
from the works orka of that longhaired bard bardLots bardLots bardLots
Lots of men In office o lce and lots of men menwho menwho menwho
who want offloo work the cordiality graft graftand graftand graftand
and work it hard hard but the majority of ofthem oCtbem ofthem
them fall to convince tho people that they theyare the theara theyare
are sincere There is J a suggestion of oftinkling ott1nkllft oftinkling
tinkling t1nkllft cymbals and sounding undlnb brass br in intheir Intbelr intheir
their greetings and whon they are gone goneyOU goneYOU
you havo a bad ba taste in your our mouth mouthBat mouthBat mouthBut
Bat It is otherwise otberwls with Stubbs You Yousimply Youslmpl Yousimply
simply slmpl cant doubt his sincerity when he heshakos hesbakos heshakos
shakos your hand < ot and slaps you OU on the theback theback theback
back and tells you ou to call on him when whenIn whenin
in Topeka and shows In a hundred ways waysthat waysthat waysthat
that ho regards ro rds yon 011 as the allflrodast allflrodastfellow allfirodastfellow allflredestfellow
fellow that over sucked suc eggs Thon whon whonhe whonhe whenhe
he points one finger at l you and closes closesone OIOMSone closesone
one eye and overwhelms you ou with his hisbig blabig hisbig
big strong voice oJ CO you OU throw up your yourhands YOurhands yourhands
hands and tell him that you are willing willingto
to stand without being hitched hitchedA bltohedSettln hitohodSettin
Settln SettlnFrum SettinFrom
From Jttdc JttdcA 1udgcA
A farmor was sawing wood whon it itoccurred Itoccurnd Itoccurred
occurred to him that ho ought to have havetho hvethe havethe
the help of one or more of his five boys boysLifting boysLJfUng boysLifting
Lifting up his voice ho called called but not a aboy abo a aboy
boy bo appeared appearedAt appoaredAt
At dinner dlnneror of course they tho all appeared appearedand appoaredand appearedand
and it was not necessary nocossu to cojl thorn thornWhere thomVhere themVhere
Vhere wore you all lll about two hours hoursago hoursngo hoursago
ago when I wanted you ou and shouted for foryou foryou foryou
you youI
I was in tho shop sottln tho saw sawsaid sawsaid sawsaid
said one oneAnd oncAndI oneAndI
And AndI I was in tho barn settln a hen hensaid hensoid hensaid
said the second secondI
I was in gronmas room eettln the theclock thoclock theclock
clock said tho third thirdI
I was in tho garret settin the trap trapsaid trapsaid trapsaid
said the fourth fourthYou fourthYou fourthYou
You are oro ar a remarkable set remarked remarkedthe remarkedthe remarkedthe
the farmer And where wero you ou he hocontinued hecontinued heconfinued
continued turning to tho youngest youngeatI
I was on tho doorstop settln still stillCnnsc stillI
I Cause of Ills Death DeathFrom DenthFrom DeathFrom
From the Philadelphia PhUadelIHala Praw PrawYos PnNoo PresaYou
You oo I remember him said Alkali Ike IkeHo IkeHo IkeHo
Ho died vary o sudden suddenHeart suddenHeart suddenHeart
Heart disease asked the Eastern Easterntourist Eastorntourist Easterntourist
tourist touristWaal touristWanl touristWatt
Watt now I dont know as you kin kinsay kinsay kinsay
say it was tho heart any moren tho club clubspade clubspade clubspade
spade or diamond Anyway he dealt dealthimself doalthlmselt dealthimself
himself four aces acesGcorgrln ncosGcorJln acesGeorgia
Georgia Electioneering Etiquette EtiqncttcFrom EtiquetteFrom EtiquetteFiun
From the Young Yoon Harris News NewsWe NewsWe ews ewsYo
We Yo agree with a contemporary that lit litis ItIs I IIs
is a good plan to believe no nocharge charge made madeagainst madeagaInst madeagainst
against a candidate for office om e unless tho thocharge thocharso thecharge
charge was made before a man becomes becomesa
a candidate
PEOPLE P PEOPLEANDTHINGS PEOPLEANDTHINGSEnloiry 1 AND THINGS THINGSEulo
r Eulo Eu Enloiry logy on Gras GrnoaJohn GrnI3John Grasohn
John J ohn I Ingalls eulogy on grass has hasprobably hasprobably hasobably
probably pr obably been copied more mor times In the thecolumns thecolumns
columns co lumns of the dally press than any other othersimilar othorsimilar
similar si milar selection with the exception of ofSenator oCSonator ofnator
siSe
Senator Se nator Vests Vest I tribute to dogs dog It Is Isworth Isworth Isrth
worth wo rth at least one appearance each year yearIn y6fttIn
j In every newspaper hnd nd this seems to be bea bea beparUcuiarly
a particularly ParUcularly awsptewus season for its itsuse tt ttUSQ
v use us e no hero goes goesGrass gooOra
Grass Ora Is the th forgiveness torstVenda of nature natureher nature natureher naturer
her he r constant benediction Fickle tram trampled trampled tramed ¬
pled pl ed with battle saturated with blood bloodtorn bloodtorn blOOdrn
t torn to rn with 1th the ruts of cannon grow green greenagain TOilt TOiltain een eenapln
again ag agte ain with crass and carnage Is I forgot forgotten torrotten forgotn ¬
ten te n Streets abandoned abandonedb1 by b traffic be become 00 00COllM beins ¬
come co ins gmssgrotrn gmasgno wn like rural lanes lu and andobliterated aDflobliterated andliterated
Q ob obliterated literated Forests decay harvests per perish perIb perh ¬
j Is ish h flowers vanish but grass la isortal im immortal Immortal ¬
roi r mortal m mof ortal Beleaguered by the seven hosts hostsof hM hOOtSwlntr I Iot
oi of winter it withdraws Into the Impreg Impregnable Impresnable hapregbis ¬
nable na bis fortresses of its subterranean subterraneanvitality subterraneanvitality subterraneantality
vitality vi tality and emerges upon the first solid solicitation 8OI1c1tatlon solidtion ¬
t tation ta tion of spring Sown by b the winds wi by bythe b7the
t the th e wandering birds e propagated proP6 t6d by b the thesubtle thesubtle thebtle
subtle su btle horticulture of the element ement which whichare whichare whiche
are ar e its ministers mlnlt and servants IerV ts it softens softensthe sotteaathe softense
t the th e nude outline of the world Its teM tenacious teMcIoWi tineone ¬
cious cl one fibers hold the earth In its place placeand placeD4 placed
and an d prevent its I soluble components from fromwashing fromwalnl fromashing
washing w into the wasting sea It invaoes invaoesthe InvadM InvadMthe InvaJede
the th thin e solitudes solltu el of the deserts de rts climbs the theInaccessible theI theaccessible
Inaccessible I in accessible ble slopes and forbidding pinna pinnacles plnnaelM phu phuisa ¬
elM e isa of mountains modifies climates cllma tea and anddetermines anddetermlnee andeterznnes
determines d the history character and anddestiny and4eaUn sadestiny
destiny 4eaUn d estiny of nations Unobtrusive and pa patient JIILUent paut ¬
tient tis ut It has immortal vigor llor and aggres aggression aggreeon SIlMlion ¬
lion st on Banished from the thoroughfare thor htare and andthe IfIUItbe ande
the th e field it bides its time to return and andwhen dwilen andbsnv1giInce
thw
when wilen w bsnv1giInce vigilance is relaxed or the dynasty dynastyhas 4yuutyu dynastyas
has u h as perished it silently resumes the thethrone thethrnne therone
t throne th rone from which it has been expelled expelledbut expelleclJut expelledut
j but b ut which it never abdicates It bears bearsBO beersblazonry
BO blazonry of bloom to charm the senses senseswith aen8H1th sensesith
t with w 1th fragrance or splendor ple or but its homely homelyhue homelyhue homelyue
wh
hue h ue is I more enchanting enehaIIUn than the lily or orthe orthe ore
the th e rose It yields no fruit In earth or orair orIlk orir
s air a ir and yet should It its harvest ben fall for fora tore
forI
a a stogie e year famine B no weak depopulate depopulatethe I
t the t he world worldAlpine worldlpine oriel orielAIIlne
Alpine A > lpine Tragedies TragediesLast TragedIesLut TragediesLast
Last years statistics show wan an alarming alarmingincrease aJarmtnJSncreaH alarmingcrease
increase in crease in the number of Alpine fatali fatalities Latahie taU taUtf ¬
tf ties e as compared with those thoa of the year yearprevious IarKlvto yearrevious
previous Klvto p revious No fewer than IB deaths have havebeen bayebeen haveeen
been b een recorded in mountaineering JnOUntalD 81tDI acci accidents aeeident aecients ¬
dents d ents during 1MI 1 Bight years ago the thenumber theaumber theumber
number n of such deaths only reached fit fiftythree fttt7thrce fitythree ¬
tythree t but since that rather < unevent uneventful WMYentwi uneventl ¬
ful fu l period in such matters matt the figures figureshave ft3urelhe figuresire
have he h ire greatly increased each year As re regards re reprda neirds ¬
hg
gards g irds the causes of the accidents ac dent in IK IKinvestigation 1JOt 1JOtmvtUon hitvestigation
in investigation shows that twentyone per perwere perwere
i 0fl were quit quite alone and sixtyseven sixtyseventraveling atxtytleveatra I
sixtyeavesr
tra tr traveling veUag in parties unaccompanied by byguide byIUtdeII b r
guide IUtdeII g uides Only twelve persons with guides guidesmet guId guIdmet I
met m mlo et with accidents tI Twentynine persons personslost personsst I
lost 1 lo loor st their live IIY in gathering Alpine flow flowers Slower blowe ¬
ers er e and seventeen t through whiter sports sportsNo JIPOItsNo sportso
No N o fewer than seventysix deaths were wereoccasioned wertoccuIoned I Iccasioned
occasioned o by attempting rash and fool foolhardy foolhardy footard ¬
hardy h ard climbing feat featPreo tt ttFreo featsreo
Preo F reo Lunch ImnchByhaving IuncbJ3yhaYinc
Byhaving a a record kept at the cashiers cashiersdesk easbien s sdMk S
desk d esk of all pay 1 checks which patrons pa fail failto ranto fal falo 1
to t j o turn in I sometimes omeU make up my mylosses myloa m r rosses
losses l s aId the proprietor of a a large rca restaurant r rtaurant rcaautant ¬
taurant taurant t according to the New ew York Sun SunToday SonIfToday Sunreday
Today a a man got a check for 95 cents centsTo centsTo
cenUS
r To T o the cashier he presented on one for 35 35cents Scenta I Ients S
cents c ents The Tb latter glancing at his missing missingcheck mbltneMck < S Sheek
4 check eMck c discovered that it was one of the thelifted th thJteted C Csted
j lifted li sted ones 0 I Detaining > the man he nod notified notlfte4 noded ¬
j fied fl ed me After being be confronted with the thewaiter thewalter tb C
Ci
1 waiter w aiter tho beat wanted to pay both bothchecks bothebeea botiheeks i
4 checks c I ordered a policeman sum somi sumJIIOAed
JIIOAed m ined i The Tb mans pleading led me to tohow taJIhow ta tahow S
JIhow s how Mm the Mat of misjatog g checks checkswhich o coka cokawbJeh I Ihich
1 which w hich amounted to something like I I1D 9H 9Hsaying I Isaying
saying 1D that I didnt know but that he hewas heWU Is C
was w as the thcauae cause of them alL He offered to topay topay t 0
pay P 51 the lot if the matter would be bedropped bedropped b C
CI
dropped and this proposition tkm I accepted acceptedMexicos accept1Iexleos acceptedMexicos I
Mexicos New CTr RUle niflcMexico RUleXmco
Mexico hag recently adopted a new newautomatic newauto noi 5
automatic auto t1o rifle tho invention of Gen GenMondragon GenJtlondrqon GezMondra4on 2
Mondragon for her ho troops It is self selfloading Mltloading selloading
loading l but not selffiring ad the charge chargeis
i thered
is I ten shots hots The armies of all civilized civilizedcountries ch11tzedcountnel d
civilizeh
countries are now experimenting with withautomatic withutomatlc wit h
automatic arms but Mexico seem to be betbe bethe b te
the t he first one to solve the problem of ofpractical a apractical apraettcal
practical rifle of this class The Mon Mondragon Xondra 1 1dragon
dragon dra weighs w lgb8 slightly more than the theSpringfield thoSprSn Ui I0
I0r
Springfield SprSn < ftld of the United tnlt States army armyand armyand arm r
armto
and its mechanism is said to be simple simpleand sinipt mple mpleAnd to
siniptit
and practical in that It will stand muchhard muc mucbard much muchhard it
hard usage e When it 1 t was 8 being tested testedone testedone tests testsone
one of o the guns was fired rapidly and andcontinuously aooconUuuously an ad
adU
continuously until It became so hot that thatthe tlIatthe Us Usthe U
the stock took fire without any Inter Interference Interrerence Into I Iferezsce
ference with the operation of the mechan mechanism mechanSsm I Iam ¬
ism l am It ie i capable of sixty shots a min minute minute ml mlute ¬
ute
MAXIMS OF OFMARK MARK TWAIN TWAINThey TWAINTl1c TWAINThey
They Tl1c Are Full of Homely Wit VU and nndof andot andof
of Deep Wisdom WiKtlomTo VbdomTo
To be good is to be b noble but to show showothers showothers
others o how to be good is nobler and no notrouble notrouble
trouble troubleNoI t roubleNoise N NNoise
Noise NoI o proves nothing Often a hen henwho
who has merely laid as egg g cackles as asif ast
if i f she be had laid an asteroid asteroidTraining aateroldUTratnlng
Training is everything The Tit peach warf warfonce wuonce
once o nce a a bitter almond cauliflower eau1I is noth nothing nothIng ¬
ing l ug but a a cabbage with w h a college co o educe eduoatlon education
don tlonThe
TII The autocrat of Russia R joss 10 possesses ess as more morepower morepower
power than any other man on the earth earthbut rtll rtllbut
but he cannot atop a sneeze sneezeHabit eltZ eltZHabIt
Habit is habit and not to be flung out outof ootot
of the window by any II man bUt coaxed coaxeddown eoaxeddown
down stairs tllll a a step at a time timeOne timeOne UrnsOno
One of the most m t striking differences differencesbetween dlttencebetween
between a cat and a lie II that a cat catonly has hasonly
only nine lives livesWhen IIv IIvWhen
When I reflect ro ect upon the number of ofdisagreeable ofdlagreeable
disagreeable people who I know have havegone MY MYloae
gone to a better world I am moved to tolead tolead
lead l ead a different dJft1erent life lifeThe HC HCTbe
The true Southern watermelon hi a aboon aboon
boon apart and not to he mentioned with withcommoner withCOIIUDMr
commoner things It is chief of this thisworlds tht8worlels
worlds luxuries king by the grace of ofGod otGod ofGod
God over all the fruits of the earth earthWhen earthWhen
When one has tested it It he knows what whatthe whatthe
the angels eat It was wt not a a Southern Southernwatermelon Southernwatermelon flout era
watermelon that Eve ve took we know it itbecause ItbeeaH
because she repented repentedBe repenedBe
Be good and yOU will be lonesome lonesomeFew omeFew
Few things are harder to put up with withthan withtbIln
than the annoyance of r a a good example exampleIt exam examIt
It were not best that we should all allthink aUthink
think alike it 11 1 dl cWrerencf dIfferencot Cerencf of opinion opinionthat opt lon lontht
that makes horse races racesEven racaBY
Even BY vwt the clearest and most perfect perfectcircumstantial perfectcJrcatnU1
circumstantial evidence 1 ta likely to be at atfault atfault
fault after all and therefore ought to be bereceived herecelved
received with great caution Take the theease theeaH
ease of any pencil sharpened by any wo woman womaa ¬
man I K you ou havo witnesses you will 111 find findbe Andshe
she be did it with a knife but butlt but1if if you take Ukesimply takeatmply takesimply
simply the aspect of the pencil you will willsay willan 111
say an 1 she lib did it with tth her teeth teethApril teetbApril
April J 1 This is the day upon which whichwe 1deh 1dehwe
we are reminded ed of what we are en the theother theoth theother
other 1ft 1ftThe L LThe
The English E are mentioned la the theBible theBible
Bible Blessed are the meek for they theyshalr theyshalt
shalr inherit the earth earthAdam th thAdam
Adam and Eve had many 1 adventures adventuresbut lYeDtm lYeDtmbut adventuresbut
but the principal one was that they theycape4 es escaped escased ¬
cased teething teethingThere teethlDgrhere
There I Is this trouble about special specialprovidence IPfdaIJKO1deDClY
providence JKO1deDClY namely there hi so often a adoubt a a4Oubt aubt
doubt ubt as to which party was intended to tobe toM tobe
be the beneficiary beneftcla 7 In the case of the thechildren thecht1dren thechildren
children the bears ra and the prophet the thebears thebean thebears
bears got more real satisfaction out of ofthe otthe ofthe
the episode than the prophet did did be because be beea ¬
cause ea they got the children childrenThere chUcJoenrbere childrenThere
There is s no character how so ever < good goodand 500dand goodand
and fine but it can be destroyed by rid ridicule rtdteuJe rideels ¬
eels euJe how so ever poor and witless Ob Observe Ob ObMIV Ohserve ¬
serve MIV the ass for instance hi h his character characteris
is about perfect rfect he la the choicest spirit spiritamong IPSrttIUDODb spiritall
among all the humbler animate yet see seewhat Metwbat seewhat
what ridicule has brought him to In Instead 111tea4 Instead ¬
stead tea4 of feeling complimented when we weare weare weare
are called an ass we are left in doubt doubtConsider doubtConet doubtwell
Conet Consider well the proportions of ofthings otthIDp ofthings
things thingsbug It Is better to M a young June Jnab Junebug
bug b than an old bird of paradise paradiseWhy para peradisay ilie ilieWhy
Why y is it that we rejoice at a birth birthand birthancI birthand
and grieve at a a funeral It is because becausewe becLuewe becausewe
we are not the person involved involvedAll 1noIYedAll InvolvedAll
All say r How hard it Is that we have haveto haeto I Ito
to die 4Iee a strange complaint to come from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the mouths of people who have to live liveIt UveIt livepy
It ie easy py to find faUlt fault if one has that thatdisposition thatdiepocdUo thaidisposition
disposition There was once a a man who whonot wbo wbonot whobeing
not being able to find any fl7 other fault faultwith faultwith faultwith
with his coal coal complained that there were weretoo wwetoo weretoo
too many prehistoric toad in it itWhen It ItWhen M MWhen
When aagy count four when very veryaagry veryaA5lY veryangry
angry swear swearso swearTb
aA5lYThe
The Tb holy passion et fr friondip kI ot oland
so sweet and steady and loyal and endur enduring ead1Irin endurng
ing ng a a nature that it will test through tbrouPJUtUme a alifetime s L LIUeUUIe
lifetime if not asked eeI to lend money moneyClassic moneyClasaic H HC1asate
Classic A book which people praise praiseand pra praaDd a aand
and dont read readTbe readTh readTh
Th roan with a new Idea la a crank crankuntil crankattl t tuntil
until attl the idea succeeds succeedsTruth succeedsTruth M MliT
liT Truth ruth is stranger traDg tr than fiction bat it itis itIs i t tis
is because fiction is obliged to stick IIttckOUtWUUM to topossibilities U a apossibilIties
possibilities truth isnt isntFJWB IatAp11IJUou IsntAu1Igueni
Ap11IJUouFJam Ap11IJUou Au1Iguenithe
FJWB taw Gfcvdn vilied Leader LeaderI tederI Lesrwonder
I wonder what t the teacher teacherabout mesa t tabout t tabout
about the staging of my two tv tvtersr dth dthWbt aNgh aNghtersr
tersr tersrWhat
tersrWhat
What did be say sayHe AfHe sayj
He j said that Mamies voice was good goodbut IjDOdbut d dbut
but Maudes a1l6l was better till stlWFnxnc tillFamc stilLFame
Fame FnxncFMWI FamcIN FameFen
Fen UM Cttoso cwcoThere o X Nm NmThere m mThere
There has died in Louisville the t e raaa raaawho muwho ma a awho
who invented giving away an oyster o tr > with withevery Withenry witi it itevery
every drink c It Is easy to become famous famousif amen S Sif
if you do not care what fW or
TODAY IN HISTORY HISTORYLafavette HISTORYLafayette HISTORYLafayette
Lafayette Starts for America AmericaApril Aoril 25
The United States will never forget the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great assistance given to us by the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French nation during durin our struggle le for in independence InI ¬
I dependence Nor will we ev ever cease in inour Inou inous
our ou ous paeans of ft praise for Lafayette and andhis andII andhis
his devotion to our cause John Quincy QuincyAdams QulncAdms QuincyAdams
II
Adams in a speech on Lafayette Lt ette de delivered de delivered dilivered ¬
livered in Congress on December Docemb II 1 1SU 1SUsaid 1534said
I said liThe The selfdevotion of Lafayette was wastwofold wasi wastwofold
i twofold First to the people maintaining maintaininga
I a bold and seemingly seeml I desperate struggle struggleagainst strugglel struggleagaInst
l against oppression oppr lon and for national ex existence e eletance cxistence ¬
istence Secondly and ofeiefly left to the theprinciples thoprlnclplCti theprinciples
principles of their declaration when they theyfirst the1flrst theyfIrst
first unfurled before his eyes the conse consecrated conseI consecrated ceasecrated ¬
crated standard of human rights To that thatstandard thatstandard thatstandard
I
standard without an instant of hesitation hoettationhe
he repaired repairedLafayette repairedLafayette repairedLafayette
Lafayette sailed for America from Pa Pasages Pasage Pasages
sages in Spain on April 25 1777 At the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first news of tho American revolution the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French patriot was seized with enthusi enthusiasm enthuilnsm onthustasm ¬
asm for or the colonists He was compelled compelledto
to evade the vigilance of his governments governmentsofficials governmentsofficials governmentsofficials
officials The he King would break out Into Intoa intoa
a passion whenever ho heard of help fur furnished turI furnisbed ¬
I nished to tho Americans but he could couldnot couldi couldnot
i not suppress suppr s tho enthusiasm of the French Frenchnation Frenchnation Frenchnation
nation nationAfter nationi nationAfter
i After a a stay of three weeks eokS on the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north side of the English Channel La Lafayette Lalayette Lafayette ¬
fayette with Baron De Kalb as his com companion companion cornpanlon ¬
panion traveled from rein Paris by way of ofBordeaux orBordeaux ofBordeaux
Bordeaux to tho Spanish port There he hereceived hereolvod hereceived
received the order of tho King to give giveup gheup giveup
up his expedition but he braved the theorder theorder theorder
order and embarked for America AmericaThe AmericaTht AmericaThe
The English lay in wait alt for him To Tohis Tohis Tohis
his wlfo ho wrote while at sea From Fromlove Fromlove Fromlove
love to me become a good American the thowelfare theweltaro thewelfare
welfare of America is closely bound up upwith upwith upwith
with the welfare of all mankind it Is Isabout Isabout Isabout
about to become tho safe asylum of vir virtue virtue virtue ¬
tue tolerance equally and peaceful lib liberty Uberty liberty ¬
erty ertyThe ertyThe ertyThe
The Queen of France applauded his hisheroism hisheroism hisheroism
heroism public opinion extolled his hisstrong hisstrong hisstrong
strong enthusiasm in a a good cause the theindifferent theIndlfterent theindifferent
indifferent spoke of his conduct as a abrilliant nbrllUnnt abrilliant
brilliant folly The same folly said saidt saidI
t
I
Vorgennes has turned the heads of our ouryoung otlrYOUn oat r ryoung
young YOUn people peopleLafayette peopleLataye peopleItayete
Lafayette Lataye te and his companions landed in inthis Inthis I Ithis
this country near Georgetown S S C c and andrepaired aDdrepaired an anrepaired
repaired directly to Charleston where he hewas hewas ii ie iewas
was cordially received On leaving leavingCharleston leavlllfjChariton lesvin lesvinCharleston
Charleston he rode nearly nine hundred hundredmiles hundredmUM hundremiles I
miles on horseback to Philadelphia Philadelphiawhere PbUadelJb1aI a awhere
I where as soon as he announced that he hevolunteered heI Ii Iivolunteered
I volunteered his services and would be of ofno otno C Cno
no expense to Congress Co or the country countryhe countr r rho
i he h was appointed on July JUl M 1777 immajor a amajor aI
I major general g rral in the Continental ConUnezats army armyOn armTI arm armOn
I On the following a day he was presented presentedto pre presents entecl i ito
Ito to Gen Washington with wiu whose service servicebe ervk Ice Icebe Sc Sche
be was destined de tobe to obe so closely cJo el ident identified identfted 1 1fled ¬
fled fiedDuring
During the entire war Lafayette served servedthis servedthis serve ad adthis
this country with loyalty and distinction distinctionJohn dlatincUonJohn a aJohn t
John Quincy Quine Adams still further suit eulogised eqloctzect suitgined l ¬
gised him in the speech already a1rd referred referredto reerreclto ad adto
to The names of Pulaskl and De Kalb Kalbare Kalbare ICa ICaare o
are numbered among the martyrs of our ourfreedom ourfreedom Os Cr Crfreedom ir
freedom and their ashes repose lte in our oursoil oursoU os ar arsoil r
soil side by side with the canonized bonw bonwOf bonMot boat as asof s
Of Warren and of Montgomery To their theirvirtues theirIrtues the ic icvirtues ir
virtues or Lafayette a a more protracted protractedcareer protractedcareer Ml Mlcareer < j
career and happier earthly destinies were werereserved wet ace acereserved re rereserved e
reserved Youth health fortune the thefavor thetavor U to tofavor e
favor of o the th King ho gave them all for fortoll fortoll ft ar artoil r
toll and nd danger dan er in a distant lead leadPronounce landPronounce laudPronounce
Pronounce him one or the first men of ofhis oCbls orhis >
his age and you have not yet done him himJustice himjustic hi at atjustice m
Justice Turn back b clt your r eyes upon the therecords ther6COrds U iso isorecords M
records of time summon from the crea creation cro a atim t ¬
I tim of the world to this day d the mighty mightydead mbhtydoad migh ty tydead y
dead and where among the race of ofmerely otmorely ormmely f
merely mortal men shall one be found foundwho 1oundwbo tout ad adwho kd
who as the benefactor of his kind shall shallclaim shallclaim shs ill illclaim 11
claim to take tak takprecedence precedence ecedence of Lafayette LafayetteOn LafayetteOn
On April S 1S2 1S12 the United States S tos Land LandOffice LandOffice La Idoffice id
Office was established It is the date on onwhich onwhich nflwhich m
which war was formally declared against againstSpain abInstSpain again stSpain st
Spain in 1S86 1 On which in 1S45 occurred occurredthe occurredthe occurr ed edthe > d
the first engagement enga ement of the Mexican war warat wrat w ir anat
at La Koala a it Is the birthday of Ed Edward Edward E d dward a ¬
ward afterward Edward II the first firstPrince fiutPrince fir nt ntPrince t
Prince of Wales ales 1284 12S4 of Torquato Taseo Taseothe Tess o otile to tothe o
the Italian poet 1596 Admiral Augustus AugustusKeppel AugutuIeppeJ August us usKeppel us
Keppel of England l7S 1736 17 of Sir Robert RobertPeel RobertPeel Rob art artPeel rt
Peel 17S8 and the day on which William WilliamCowper WlUlamCowper Willia Un UnCowper m
Cowper the English poet died in 1SOO
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s
AT THE HOTELS HOTELSJanitors
Janitors In apartment houses housesuoc are graft grafters granors grafts ¬
ers ors en s said John B Hicks of New York YorkN York YorkN YorkY
N Y who is a a banker at the Raleigh Raleighand Raleighnd
nd asserts ta that he knows whereof ho hospeak hespeak hopeaks
a speak They usually make no little littlespending littlespendIng littleending
spending ending money by the graft which they theygat theyet
et from the renters A family moves movesInto movesw
w an apartment 2JMLrtm at and is I promptly promIK1 In Intonued inrmed ¬
fo rmed by the Janitor that he look hooks after atttbe aftere
e milk and ice I have an excellent excellentmilkman excellentilkman
ilkman and every one on in the house bOWIettk housekes
ttk kes him says Y yg the janitor Of course eour eourYOU courseen
en understand uatand that I cannot distinguish distinguishmilk d dlat1ngutsilk Ih IhMilk
milk m ilk bottles very well and it is S no end endor endor endf
or o f trouble to look after different milk milkmen mllkTIle milken ¬
men m en
menThe enTh
The Th renter soon finds out out continued continuedMr continuedr
r Hicks if he sticks to his old dealer dealerthat dealertbt dealerat
that th at the janitor makes it pretty hard for forhim rothim forint
him h int to get his la1 milk Bfcfore eZore long he gets getsit getsIt getsfront
it from the milkman who was Was recent reoonmtftded recentended ¬
m ended by the janitor The janitor makes makesa makestew makesfew
a few dollars a month graft out of the themilk thomilk theUk
milk m Uk supply as much from the ice Ic which whichcomes whichcom whichomes
comes com c Into the house and probably aa aamuch asmuch a auch
much m uch more out of the groceryiaan rOC who whosupplies whoupple whouppllu
supplies s the renters rentersBut renterBat rentersBut
But the graft of thTjanitors th jaJ1lt rl is only a a arop
drop d rop in the bucket as compared with withthat Withthat
that t of the steward Jitewanq of many clubs The Thewine Th
wine w i in merchant must pay him a percent percentage percentse percentge ¬
age a se the butcher must yield tribute In Inshort Inabort Inbort
short a bort everything that comes into the club clubvia clubYla clubia
via v ia the steward route must afford him a arakeoff 3rakeolt aakeoff
rakeoff r Thjs Tn accounts for the fact that thatmany thatmany thatany
many m any of them soon get to be e hotel pro proprietors proprtetors pronbetors ¬
prietors p nbetors on their own account Not long longago longa30 longgo
ago a go the management 1 in a Weetern Westec city cityof c1tyot cityf
of o f a club found that its steward had been beenbuying beenbU1 beenuying
buying bU1 b uying g secondrate beef bee for years and andcharging andeharctn andharging
charging c it up to the club as firstclass firstclassIt
It I t was necessary for the butcher to play playhis playhla
his h is part in the game or lose the trade tradeand tradeaDd tradend
and a nd he did not choose c the latter ex expedient expodtut cxedlent ¬
pedient pedientBut podtutBut p edlent edlentBut
But why wh complain about these people peoplewhen peoplwhen peoplewhen
when graft alt and corruption in high offices officesis omcnIs
is I s rife Public officials who have been beenelected beenelected a alected
elected e to their offices o because of the con confidence conftdence eonMince ¬
Mince the people peopleplacedin jplacedJn piaceUn their honesty honestyare honestyare honestyre
are a re being unmasked unmuk d every day as graft grafters grtWbY graftl ¬
ers f l Why then blame janitors and club clubstewards clubtawarcls clubtewards
stewards tawarcls s for pursuing their little course courseof courseot coursef
of o f pttftrlng pttftrlngSpeaking pO plln1ngSpeaking ir irSpeakDg
Speaking of Senator Depew and his histalent histaJe hisihent
talent t t for making speeches p and cracking crackingjokes crack1ngjot crackingokes
jokes jot j okes LjP p Cooper an attorney of r New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York who was seen at the New Willard Wlllardsaid Willardaid Willardsaid
said You recall that episode of a night nightwhen nightwbeD nightwhen
when Chauncey M X Depew was at t the thesummit theaummI thesummit
summit t of his oratorical orat kal fame He was wasin wasIn wasn
in I n demand on so many occasions that his hisnote rsnote hIsnot
note not book like a padding was stuffed stuffedwith stuffedwith tuttedwith
with dates datesIt at atIt datesIt
It was an exciting campaign and the tbeRepublican theRei theRepublican
Republican Ublkaa party ready to offer its best bestto bestto bestto
to the th humblest t bad decreed that Depew Depewits Depewita Depewits
its flower Ao of the hustings should spend spendaa spendan spendan
an evening venla among the teeming t tenements tenementsof
of the Ea East Side A hi bt hall was engaged engagedancl engagedand
and an hoar before the speechmaking speechmaklngevery iJHCbmk1ngIftr speechmakingevery
every inch of even the upper 8r galleries gallerieswas pllerieawu gallerieswas
was filled 1U1e4Xl filledMr
Xl Depew was W at Ida bat i he sized sizedup sIzedup 1 1up
up his crowd when he entered and with withrare withrare wttirare
rare wisdom w18 om played pIa ed especially to the top topgallery topp1Jerr topgallery
gallery where unwashed and shirt shirtsleeved 8hlrtaleend shirtsleeved
sleeved universal suffrage sat on its na native ziatire ¬ 1
tire heath He joked he 1M e answered ques questions que quetIoIM quesdons ¬
dons in a a way that turned the laugh 1a h on onthe onUte ontile
the interlocutors he told stories tori In fit fifteen fi fitHa fitminutes ¬
teen minutes he had the audience going goingaad xolngaad goingand
aad all were going his way wayIt wayit
I Hft It was hi the Inn of a moment that thata thathueky
a hooky young man on tbe front upper upperrow up upperrow r rrow
row leaned over the rail and hurled at atthe atUte atUse
the orator ora tJiat tat immortal phrase eha Chaunyoure Chaun ChaunUp un unyacre ¬
yacre a penciL Up to that tb t moment momenta JDOmentpeach
a a peach had been no more than an apple applea applePinS pp1 pp1pur
a pear or an fl apricot But what has it itnot Itnot itnot
not stood for since thac that memorial memortab1D1lbt mensoniabic mensoniabicnight e enight
night Is not the term a a peach the thesweetest theeet thesweet
sweetest sweet eet song of praise that can ea be sung sunginto smgInto runginto
into the human ear earEverett earXYerett ear earXvsrett
Everett H Spencer of Boston a lawyer lawyerof JaW1 lawyerof r rof
of that city who has been at the Arling Arlington ArISngu Anlingten ¬
ton u in speaking D of the unbusinesslike unbusinesslikemethods 1ID unbuelnessllkemethods l1ke l1kemethod8
methods in which Congress Con ea is conducting conductingtho conductingthe conductingthe
the business of the United States said saidIf saidIf saidIf
If If only they Congressmen C men would use usea Ul UlJ1tt1e usea
a little more business sense Del little littleless Jlttle1aa littleless
less politics in managing mana Uncle Sams Samshousehold Samshoueebold Samshouaehoid
household the country would profit 1m 1mensery 1mmeuely lmmensely
meuely ensery thereby I am positive that most mostof moatof mostof
of our national legislators are shrewd shrewdand shrewd shrewdaud shrewdand
and clever financiers when it comes to tolooking toatter tolooking
looking after their own personal inter intereats Jnterbut Intercats
eats but why they treat the public publictreasury pubUIUeuury publ1 publ1treasury
treasury differently dt erenUy from their own bank bankaccount bankaccount bankaccount
account I cannot understand un erMaad It seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to me they are very shortsighted not at atall ataJ1 atall
all businesslike businesslikeIn
In the first place the government is ispaying ispa ispaying
paying pa a large sum of rentals every everyyear eveoyear everyyear
year for private buildings bulJdI in Washington Washingtonand ruhlngtonand
and elsewhere for use of the govern government goernment governmeat ¬
ment Counting up these rentals for ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years or maybe fifteen they would sum sumup sumup sumup
up enough to erect a building Then the theinterest theInterellt theinterest
interest should be added Whats to pre prevent prE prEvent prevint ¬
vent Congress from appropriating money moneyto mone moneto moneto
to erect its own buildings for Ot the usa usaof UNor useof
of the government It certainly would wouldbe wou1lbe 5 5be
be a a paying investment and decidedly the theproper C CJKOPeI t tproper
proper thing If the United States were werea weepoor
a 5 poor nation there might be some excuse excurfor ecCWotor excusethis
for this small way wa of conducting bus business busDeIiW busness ¬
ness America Am r1C should also own her own owaembassy ownembaafy ownembassy
embassy buildings abroad It would be begood l la bea
a good Investment besides increasing ourprestige o our curprestige r rpreetip
prestige The returns from this source sourcewould sourcewQuI4
would amply justify the expense expenseEvery expenseEvery xpenaeEery
Every foreign country is Improving its itscanal Itscanal itscanal
canal and waterway system because It Itserves itlerVei itserves
serves as a great impetus to business businessand bu busInessand int8S int8SaDd
and facilitates the same besides being beingmore beIngmore beingsnore
more economical reducing freight rate ratec °
c Our Congress is too slow Iow to act In Inbuilding Inbuild1nc irsbuilding
building and improving this countrys countrysinland eeuutrsiD1ftd countrysInland
inland canals and waterways which are aredemanded aredemalldecl aredemanded
demanded by the business people all over overthe onrthe overthe
the United States StatesAs Stat8liAs Statessaid
As I said if these were ere private In Interstll Intoccata
toccata with 1th which oar lawmakers are areCOftMCtM arcthey
connected they would at once recognize recognizetheir recoplbetbetr recognizetheir
their merit and act acL acLDr actDr
Dr Paul Schwarz of Berlin B8I n accompa accompanied accompaflied
nied by Mrs ir Schwarz is at t the New e Wll Willard 11 11Jard
lard Dr Dr Schwarz is 1 the editor e of a Ger German Conman
man publication which deals exclusively exclusivelywith xclushelYwith
with the study of coal oil in all its itsbranches ItSbranches
branches Dr Schwarz has been in this thl thlcountry thiscountry
country some time and has visited ted the themoet theme
most me prominent oil refineries in this th f fcountry Jcountry ftcountry
country countryAbroad countryAbroad i iAbroad
Abroad It 1 15 universally believed that t thatthe at atthe
the Standard OH controls almost the en ent1 enUIO
Use t1 output of ou I have found on my I1Ytrave rYtravels
travels trave that this is not at all the cas casi casiThere cEThere
There are a a large number of independent Independentpcoclucers peudent peudentproducers
producers The United States te a prao practically pra pratically
tically inexhaustible Inexbau tlble supply of coal oil 011and oiland
and the demand for the same is steadily steadilyIncreasing steadilyIncre steadilyiacreasiug
Increasing Incre Battle ships and menofwar menofwarof
of the future attire will 111 be driven by oil power powerln powerinstead
Instead ln tead of coal and the demand for oil oilwit
will wit 111 considerably Increase Incretl18eMrs IncreaseMrs
Mrs Schwarz who hO is a a typical Vienna Viennabeeuty Viennabeauty
beauty said she thought the American Amerl AmerIcanwoman n nwoman
woman very OCY handsome and d charming a 3holly awholly
wholly holly different < type from rum the Vienna VJennawoman lenna lennawoman
woman Dr Schwarz declined to die discuss J I Icuss
cuss his political impressions mpreiO which he hereceived hereceived
received while traveling In this country countnbut countrybut
but Mrs Schwarz volunteered by saying ayingthat sayingthat
that that according to her observation Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Roosevelt ¬
velt elt IB by b far more popular than Taft
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